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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hundred of West Derby Introduction

    Hundred of West Derby Introduction TOPOGRAPHY THE HUNDRED OF WEST DERBY CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF WALTON HALSALL AUGHTON LIVERPOOL SEFTON ALTCAR WARRINGTON WIGAN CHILDWALL NORTH MEOLS PRESCOT WINWICK HUYTON ORMSKIRK LEIGH At the time of the Domesday Survey this

    The parish of Penwortham PENWORTHAM PARISH .

    The parish of Penwortham PENWORTHAM Penwortham; Farington ; Howick ; Hutton ; Longton The parish of Penwortham occupies a comparatively level area on the south bank of the Ribble from opposite Preston westward to the River Douglas . The

    Townships Shevington

    Townships Shevington SHEVINGTON Scheuynton, 1253; Sheuington, 1277; Sewinton, 1288; Sheuynton, 1292; the spelling with 'g' became usual about 1350. Shevington has an area of 1,728 acres. 1 It is bounded on the south-west by the River Douglas , on

    The parish of Ormskirk Introduction, church and charities ORMSKIRK CHURCH

    The parish of Ormskirk Introduction, church and charities ORMSKIRK LATHOM ORMSKIRK BICKERSTAFFE BURSCOUGH SCARISBRICK SKELMERSDALE The parish of Ormskirk comprises six townships anciently arranged in four quarters, paying equally to the county lay; viz. (i) Ormskirk and Burscough ,

    Townships Upholland

    Townships Upholland UPHOLLAND Hoiland, Dom. Bk.; Hollande, 1202; Holand, 1224 and common; Holande, 1279; Upholond, 1292; Upholland, xvi cent. This township, distinguished by the prefix from Downholland near Halsall , is the largest in the parish, having an area

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLaIO NOTIOM& .OLVERHA PON ORPHAN ASYLUBL-Report far thoe Tar' l7l-T~e Board of ~Maagement haveopeon. li ar ilees in~ perenettog their Report of thre state andprresf &berpetarilinaorphgan Asylum. for the last year. 11Whethe tbsp ce0gidtr the increase of 6o11telbntion from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    L IVERPOOL AND YXARLPAIO LINE.-ADDI- uTEoNAL SAfilINS.-The PacifiO Steam hNavigation iompany's Royal Mal Stamoos sre a~peotted to Sai as under i 4r~vesoul for BRO DEJA I1oMONTE VIDf)0 and tPaki,,ng Pasengs ad Cargo foe rAIor A I.ati. comnmander. Datof Sailing. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I MORE DAMAGE BY STORMS. A CEMETERY PARTIALLY DESTROYED. MANY BODIES WASHED AWAY. Our Manchester correspondent telegraphs that on Satur- day the various rivers in and around Manchestor were flooded, and damage to the extent of several thousands of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OFFICIAL COURT CIRCULAR. WeinDnon' CASTLS, Tuesdnay-The' Queen, accompanied by ;I Prillcess Deotslae; left Osborre at eleven a.m. to-day, and arrived t, at Windsor Castle at a quarter past two p.m. Hcr Majesty o Crossed over to (Gosport in her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIC.6USEMENTS. t HEATRE ROY AL, BIRRMIN G1HAM. LAST NIGHTS OF "DICK WHITTINGTON." Stc SOiWSON to rvluetofltly compelled to announce the approach- legr edS of his enormenalby 6uccrssfts1 Pantomime, and ho ta rca the bOryrtuanEof giirnr a lenl notice of Subscribers-only content

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