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  • the Altrincham parliamentary division of Cheshire, England, 6 m. S. of Manchester, included in the urban district of Cheadle and Gatley. Pop. (1901) 7916
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  • and has become a large residential suburb of Manchester. At the beginning of the 19th century the greater part of the township was still waste and unenclosed
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  • (1901) 14,934. In the township are reservoirs for the water supply of Manchester, with a capacity of 1,860,000,000 gallons. The manufacture of felt hats
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  • Leigh parliamentary division of Lancashire, England, 13 m. W.N.W. of Manchester on the London & North-Western and Lancashire & Yorkshire railways. Pop
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  • the Eccles parliamentary division of Lancashire, England, 4 m. W. of Manchester, of which it forms practically a suburb. Pop. (1901) 34,369. It is served
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  • of the peace shall apply throughout the whole of the counties of Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Lancashire. (7) In consequence of the preceding provisions
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  • Britannica, Volume 17 Manchester (New Hampshire) 16742841911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 17 — Manchester (New Hampshire) MANCHESTER, the largest city
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  • a Manchester Microscopical Society, which ultimately became a section of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society. When a second Manchester Microscopical
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  • denomination, but was ordained in 1816, and the church of All Saints, Manchester, was built by him at a cost of 18,000l., and consecrated in 1820, when
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  • Britannica, Volume 17 Manchester Ship Canal 13237211911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 17 — Manchester Ship Canal MANCHESTER SHIP CANAL. The advantage
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  • PRENTICE, ONE OF ITS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, AUTHOR OF "HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF MANCHESTER;" "A TOUR IN THE UNITED STATES," &c. VOL. 1 LONDON. W. & F. G. CASH
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  • three hundred anatomical preparations, the greater part of which he presented to St. Mary's Hospital, Manchester, in 1808. A large portion was destroyed
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  • On the Coalfield near Manchester by Robert Bakewell 503861On the Coalfield near ManchesterRobert Bakewell XI. An Account of the Coalfield
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  • death. He died unmarried, on 28 Nov. 1847, at Manchester, leaving property worth over 50,000l., the greater part of which he bequeathed, together with his
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  • manufacturer, but the greater part of his life was taken up with political and railway work. He was, when young, president of the Manchester Phrenological Society
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  • edited and completed, with a memoir, by Professor T. F. TOUT MANCHESTER AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 12 LIME GROVE, OXFORD ROAD LONGMANS, GREEN &
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  • M.P., wrote regarding him: 'I know no man in Manchester or anywhere else who has lived a life of greater purity, integrity, usefulness, and true piety
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  • BELLOT, THOMAS (1806–1857), naval surgeon and philologist, was born at Manchester 16 March 1806. where his father, after whom he was named, was a practising
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  • SAMUEL (1794–1884), Persian scholar, was born at Manchester on 23 March 1794, educated at Manchester New College (then situated at York), and entered
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  • number of other publications, but the greater and more important portion of his work was contributed to the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society
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