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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Windle

    Townships Windle WINDLE Windhull, 1201, and common; Wyndhill, 1320; Wyndhyll, Wyndill, Wyndell, Wyndle, xvi century. This township, stretching from east to west for over four miles, has a total area of 3,150 acres. 1 The portion of it in

    Townships Eccleston

    Townships Eccleston ECCLESTON Eccleston, 1280; Eccliston, 1285. Eccleston is situated between two extremes, the green woods of Knowsley Park on the west, and the smoke-laden environs of St. Helens on the east. The country is of an undulating nature

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. On Monday last, the Royal Academicians met to award the Prize Medals to Students of the Academy, for compe- Lency in their respective branches of study. The work of the students was considered below the average. The gold Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3public Nmufiement0, THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. UNDr.S Tn51 M&NAOAMENT OF MR. hI. H. Statysog. JU0N Unabated enthusiasm at the Great Pantomime, and Roberts's Magoiidcent PEARL OF THE OCEAN. Fourth Night of a new and screaming Comic Scene, ' TIE CLOWN'S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1ublui kmuoemmto. THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. 7PNSDE. TBI; MANAGEMlENT OF M-s. M. H. SiXsPaoN, JuN. LAST NIGHT BUT EIGHT OF THE PANTOMIME. T H I S E V E N I N G (Thursday), March S, "1THIRTY YEARS OF A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIC AMUSEMENIT$. TfIEATE ROYAL, fIRM~eiI N G HA M.I rrODUJCTION OF THE' GRAND COMIC CHRISTMAS PANTOMIsME, %qrrDTFN BYINMR. FIIANE HALL AND M1r7. J. J. 15LOOD iQUE AND ENTITLED THlE "UEN OFHEA RT S," AND TIl-jR WONDERFUL TARTS." THIS DAY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I . GLEANINGS. The guarantee fund of the Manchester Jubilee Exhibi- tion now stands at £70,000. It is reported that the snialinox is prevalent at Wady Halfa.. The health of the English troops at Assonan is improving. Mr. Charles Subscribers-only content

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