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You searched for: Place: "Knowsley Park" "Knowsley Park"

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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds.

    College of Heralds. of Bayhal, to the Value of C Shillings, and an Annuity of 8l. 6s. 8d. of the Revenue of the Lordship of Huntingfield , in the County of Kent . To Thomas Holme , alias Clarencieux

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Prescot

    Townships Prescot PRESCOT Prestecot, 1190; Prestecote, 1292; Prestecote and Prescote, 1440. The township of Prescot , cut off from Whiston as a manor for the rectory, is comparatively small, containing only 270 1 acres, lying wholly upon the coal

    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

    The parish of Huyton Introduction, church and charities

    The parish of Huyton Introduction, church and charities HUYTON KNOWSLEY TARBOCK HUYTON WITH ROBY CROXTETH PARK ( Extra-Parochial ) The extreme length of the ancient parish of Huyton from north to south is over seven miles, and its breadth

    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

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LiERPOOL. I - DIRWEST. Y mae y dyddisi diweddafP widibod yI IlaWn o gyfarfodydtd gydatr schna dirwestol. I ddechrii- bu P. T. Barnun, y hkomman Amerieauaidd, yn areithio yn HEefigler's Circus, nosFercher, y 1sf Cyflaol_ o dan nawdd Cymdeithas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MILITARY AND NAVAL INTELLIGENCE. THE VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT. On Saturday between 400 and 500 of the London Rifle Brigade had a field day at Oak Lodge, Southgate, the seat of Mr Sugden, an hono- rary member of the brigade, who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;Qte Mekh. Since Garibaldi landed in Calabria on the 20th ult.., events have made rapid progress, all tending to the accom- plishment of his purpose. The fort of Reggie capitulated on the 21st,-Villa San Giovanni was occupied shortly afterwards,-two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gourt anb- f, as4liolt According to the present arrangements, the Queen and Royal Family will return to Windsor on the 13th of next month. The Prince of Wales arrived at Marlborough House on Monday last from Sandringham. His Royal Subscribers-only content

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    0),4tatrual 6asipe The performance of the Belle-Mflelne has been resumed at the Varietis, Paris, with Mdlle Tautin in 1Edlle Schneider's part. Mdlle Careno, the young and handsome Spanish pianist, who has had such great success in the best circles Subscribers-only content

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