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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Great Eccleston

    Great Eccleston GREAT ECCLESTON Eglestun, Dom. Bk.; Eccliston, 1212; Ecleston, 1285; Great Eccleston , 1296. This township has a considerable amount of lowlying land by the Wyre , which river forms the northern boundary; but the Copp , which occupies

    The parish of St Michael-on-Wyre STMICHAEL'S ON WYRE.

    The parish of St Michael-on-Wyre ST. MICHAEL-ON-WYRE Upper Rawcliffe with Tarnacre; Out Rawcliffe ; Great Eccleston ; Inskip with Sowerby ; Elswick ; Woodplumpton The church from which the parish takes its name lies in the township of Upper

    Townships Little Eccleston-with-Larbreck

    Townships Little Eccleston-with-Larbreck LITTLE ECCLESTON -WITH-LARBRECK Eglestun, Dom. Bk.; Eccliston, 1212. Lairbrec, 1212; Leyrebrec, 1242; Leirbreck, 1329. The component parts of the township are divided by Thistleton Brook flowing north-east to join the Wyre , which river is here

    Townships Elswick

    Townships Elswick ELSWICK Edeleswic, Dom. Bk.; Etleswhic, 1202; Etheliswyck, 1242. Elleswyk, xv cent. Exceptional forms are Eckeleswyk, Etheneswyk, and Echemeswyk, 1292. This is the smallest township in the parish, having an area of 1, 0361/2 acres 1 ; the

    Townships Inskip with Sowerby

    Townships Inskip with Sowerby INSKIP-WITH- SOWERBY Inscip, Dom. Bk.; Inskyp, 1246; Insckyp, 1285; Ineskyp, 1331. Sorbi, Dom. Bk.; Soureby, 1256. This township has a total area of 2, 9791/2 acres, 1 of which Inskip proper has 2,046, Sowerby 8681/2

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tbftuarp Of Potable Peroono. - I.- -- -- --- -, THE RIGHnT He:N, CHARLEs ARBUTHNOT died on Sunday, at the Dake of WellinAton's house, Piccadilly, after a long and painful ill. ness. He was in his eighty-third year. LIEflT.42EGNIE5L Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ?c?j?&nb?ute. MASTER'S LAW. Sir,-A friend has called my attention to an article which has appeared in the Examiner on the recent report of the Select Committee on the Law of Master and Servant. In this article the following passages Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1Tbt I P . THEE LAMIRANDE CASE. ; ritreal, Oct. 15, 1866. -Sir,-The Court of -Queen's Bench is just now holding its criminal term in this city; Mr Justice Draumdnond presiding. At the beginning of the term his Honour Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MI No g in4glt. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1804, NEWS OF THE DAY. THE meeting of the British Association at Bath has been invested with a melancholy interest by the occurrence of a fatal accident to Captain SPEArz, the explorer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1TEWS OF THE DAY. WI TmiuSdam JUaN 1,o8t1 THUTRSDAY, JUNE 1, 1871. Quiet in Pasis has been so far restored that the rigid restrictions which had been imposed against en- tering the city, precautions which were doubtless necessary, have Subscribers-only content

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