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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Quernmore

    Townships Quernmore QUERNMORE Quernemor, Quernemore, 1228. The local pronunciation is Wharmer. This hilly district was part of the forest of the lords of Lancaster . The northern portion contains the well-wooded Quernmore Park ; going east from Lancaster the

    Townships Pillling

    Townships Pillling PILLING Pylin, 1194. This large township, containing 6,060 acres, 1 is level and lies very low, the highest ground within it scarcely exceeding 25 ft. above sea level. A large part is moss-land, much of which has

    Townships Overton

    Townships Overton OVERTON Ouretun, Dom. Bk.; Ouerton, 1176. Overton occupies the southern end of the peninsula between the Lune and Morecambe Bay , and is itself divided into two parts by an arm of the river. The western and

    Townships Middleton

    Townships Middleton MIDDLETON Middeltun, Dom. Bk.; Middelton, 1198; Midclton, 1212. This retired district, on the shore of Morecambe Bay , perhaps owes its name to its position between Overton and Heysham . The surface is flat, and only in

    Townships Slyne -with-Hest

    Townships Slyne -with-Hest SLYNE-WITH-HEST Sline, Dom. Bk.; Slene, 1246; Slyne , 1249. Hest, 1176; Heest, 1246. Stopeltierne, Dom. Bk.; Stapelthorn, 1190; Stapelthiern, 1226. This township has three divisions. On the shore of Morecambe Bay is Hest, with an area

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TOWN AND COUNTRY TALK. The Prince of Wales is travelling ilacog. with his tutor ani servant in the South-western counties. Ott Wednesday week his Royal Richness was at Wimbourn, in Dorsetshire, end visited the famrious remains of a Rotan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDE NTS AIND _CCJJRREl NCES. - . rn1. FsIRoG TPO:;N A BuTr1sec St'rooxst.-The following is an extract P of a letter fronm the wife of Captain Evans, of the British schooner C John and Edward, who was on board Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW NOVELS. The author of 'The Morals of May Fair' has written a second novel (1) more powerful in the interest of its story, and at least equal to it in spirit and in form. It is a strange Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. The most serious of the many disasters recorded of the late gale on the Lancashire coast is the fall of the Lytham Lighthouse, which took place on the 22nd inst. The lighthouse stood on a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. I: 0 l E. IT IS SATISFACTORY TO FIND that preparations are being r6ads in every quarter to render Monday, tile 26th inst. (the day after Christ- mas-day), as complete a holiday as possible. The Stock Exchange will Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Church property: whose is it?, 1871

    33 been exacted from all these lands is an Act of Parliament that was passed in the 2nd and 3rd of Edward the VI. The 5th clause of the 13 th cap. of this Act reads as follows :- Subscribers-only content

    Proposed ship-railway across the Isthmus of Suez, 1859

    8 const ructed (by means of piles), containing one or more hydraulic lifts. The vessels will be raised on cradles by the lifts to the level of the Bailway, and lowered by the same means from that level at Subscribers-only content

    The new illustrated guide to Southport and the neighbourhood., 1875

    TO SOUTH PORT AND NEIGHBOURHOOD. 89 Besides these changes we have evidence of repeated sub¬ mergence of the land under the sea, and of subsequent elevations of the land, carrying with it marine and arctic shells, which remain as Subscribers-only content

    Fourth autumn exhibition, 1886., 1886

    *f 1NTR ANCE GALLERY.-OIL PAINTINGS. 63 884 On the Welsh Coast , near Holyhead Richard Wane 40 o 885 Portrait P.J. Antoine 886 A June Morning Spencer Lcese 45 o 887 A Boat Builder J. Evans Eccles 10 10 Subscribers-only content

    A description of Hoghton Tower: with some historical notices., 1857

    -hoghton tower. 19 Of hedge-row beauties numberless, square tow'r, Tall spire, from which the sound of cheeriul bells Just undulates upon the listening ear." From the top of the Tower hill on fhe east, the trees close out all Subscribers-only content


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