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1849-1850_135

...sandbach, Holmes Chapel, Calveley, and Winsford, are within easy reach ; while two wharfs upon the Middlewich branch canal, (one in die Parish, at the outlands, and the other in Minshull Vernon,) are very useful for unloading coal, and the transit of heavy goods. Middlewich is the post town ; but many of the inhabitants receive their letters from Nautwich, and some from Winsford. Application has been made that an office should be established in the Village ; and there can be no doubt but, if the...

1849-1850_281

...sandbach crosses the small brook. " Even at that time I considered these remains to be of interest, both as confirming Mr. Whittaker's ideas with respect to the Roman communica­ tion between Kinderton and Chesterton, and as giving to the vicinity of his reputed station, at or near Kinderton, the confirmation by Coins, of which Bishop Kennet admitted its previous want. " But the recent valuable and interesting confirmations and discoveries by Members of the Historic Society as to the line of Roma...

1853-1854_141

...sandbach, Esq., late President. From the Cambrian Archceo- Archseologia Cambrensis for January, 1854. logical Association. From the Author. Examination of the Theory contained in Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation ; by the Rev. A. Hume, D.C.L., 16mo., 1845. From John Longtou, Esq. A Dutch Tobacco box, taken with other spoils from a Dutch East Indiaman, by a Liverpool Privateer, off Mostyn Sands, in 1778. From J. J. Howard, Esq., Impression of a small Silver Seal, of the F.S.A., Blackhea...

1853-1854_251

...sandbach, William R., address by, 90 __ .8 Saughall, Great, township, 77 Savage, Thomas, 11 n Saville, Sir Henry, 32 Saxon Chronicle, 32 Saxon Churches, 79 Saxony, objects procured at, 133 Saxony, cost of deaf and dumb in, 100 St. Albans, Duchess of, 8 n large brass at, 20 to London, 62 St. Andrews, See of, 35 St. Chadd, particulars of, 48 ; character of, 49 St. Chadd's cross, 42, 49 St. Cuthbert, Life of, 34 St. George's Visitation of Westmoreland, 89 St. Germanus, legend of, 34 St. Joh...

1855-1856_18

...sandbach, W. R., Bank Buildings, Cook street, and The Cottage, Aigburth. p. 19th Sept., 1854. Sausom, Rev. John, B.A., Buslingthorpe Rectory, near Wragby, Lincolnshire. p. 7th Sept., 1851. *SANSOM, THOMAS, A.L.S., F.B.S.E., Local Secretary of the Botan. Soc., London, 33, Everton Road. 23rd Nov., 1848. *Scholefield, Henry D., M.D., 14, Hamilton square, Birkenhead. 8th Jan , 1852. Sharp, John, The Hermitage, Lancaster. 2nd June, 1853. Sharp, William, 102, Piccadilly, London. 23rd Nov., 1848. Sharp...

1855-1856_286

...sandbach, Esq., Bank Buildings, Cook Slreet. John R. Shawe, Esq., Arrowe, Woodchurch, Cheshire. George F. Wilson, F.R.S., F.S.S., Belmout, Vauxhall, London. The following Donations were laid upon the table : From the Institute. The Archaeological Journal, published under the direction of the Central Committee of the Archaeological Institute; volumes vi, vn, vin, ix, x, xi, and parts 1 and 2 of volume xii. * These espcriments were exhibited by M. Foucault, the inventor at the Meeting of the Briti...

1855-1856_332

...sandbach, Wm. R., elected, 225 Sankey Brook, act for the navigation of, 206 Sansoro, Thomas, chairman, 248; exhibitor, 224, 232, 23J, 238; paper by. 193. 232, 2i5 ; remark by, 233 n. Sardauapalus, discoveries in the palace of, 104 Sargmi king, constructions of, 98 ; palucediscoveries by M. Victor Place, 100; cylinder, translations of, 105 Sarmatia, one parrison from in Britain, 4 Saskatchewan river, prong burned antelope at, 239 Seville, Sir Henry, mathematician, 75 SAXON ELKMKNT, ON THE, IN THE...

1856-1857_21

...sandbach, W. E., Bank buildings, Cook street, and The Cottage, Aigburth. *Sansom, Rev. John, B.A., Buslingthorpe Bectory, near Wragby, Lincolnshire. *SANSOM, THOMAS, A.L.S., F.B.S.E., Local Secretary of the Botan. Soc., London, 33, Everton road. *Scholfield, Henry D., M.D., 14, Hamilton square, Birkenhead. Sharp, John, The Hermitage, Lancaster. Sharp, William, 102, Piccadilly, London. Sharpe, Edmund, M.A., Coedfa, Llanwrst, N. Wales. *Shawe, J. B., Arrowe Hall, Cheshire. *Sherlock, Cornelius, 22...

1856-1857_244

...sandbach, and Crewe. The town population increased more rapidly than the total; yet not with any remarkable degree of rapidity being only from 44,000 to 99,000, or 125 per cent....

1857-1858_21

...sandbach, W. R., Bank buildings, Cook street, and The Cottage, Aigburth. p. 19th Sept., 1854. Saus >m, Rev. John, B.A., Buslingthorpe Rectory, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire. P. 7th Sept., 1851. *SANSOM, THOMAS, A.L.S., F.B.S.E , 33, Everton road....

1857-1858_37

...sandbach. Of these eighteen towns, no less than fourteen had, in 1851, upwards of ten thousand inhabitants. In the fourth decade, eight of the towns in our full list showed their highest rate of increase. Three of them had ten thousand inhabitants in 1861. One, however, (Fleetwood, at the mouth of the Wyre), was entirely new; and of Blackpool, a watering place, on the coast, a few miles further south, it is to be observed that its increase, in 1841-51, is not correctly...

1858-1859_20

...sandbach, W. R., Bank buildings, Cook street, and The Cottage, Aigburth. p. 19th Sept, 1854. Sansom, Rev. John, B. A., Buslingthorpe Rectory, Market Rusen. p. 7th Sept., 1851. *SANSOM, THOMAS, A.L.S., F.B.S.E., 33, Everton road. 23rd Nov., 1348. *Scholfield, Henry D., M.D., 14, Hamilton square, Birkenhead. 8th Jan., 1852. Sharp, John, The Hermitage, Lancaster. 2nd June, 1853. Shai-p, William, 102, Piccadilly, London. 23rd Nov., 1848. Slmrpe Edmund, M.A., Coedfa, Llaunvst, N. Wales. 1st Dec., 185...

1859-1860_18

...sandbach, W. R., Bank buildings, Cook street, and The Cottage, Aigburth. Sansom, Rev. John, B.A., Buslingthorpe Rectory, Market Raseu. *SANSOM THOMAS, A.L.S., F.B.S.E., 33, Everton road. *Scholfield, Henry D., M.D., 14, Hamilton square, Birkenhead. Sharp, John, The Hermitage, Lancaster. Sharp, William, 102, Piccadilly, London. __ __ Sharpe, Edmund, M.A., Coedfa, Llaurwst, N. Wa]'eli*i- BP °OM *Shawe, J. 11., Arrows hall, Birkenhead. L - lc ' | *Sherlock, Cornelius, 22, King street. .ARY.J *Shute...

1861-1862_19

...sandbach. W. R., Bank buildings, Cook street, and The Cottage, Aigburth. p. 19th Sept., 1H54. Sausom, Rev. John, B A. p. 7th Sept, 1851. *SANSOM THOMAS, F.B.S.E., 18, Breckfiold road South. Everton. 23rd Nov., x 1848. *Schotield. Henry D., M.D., 14, Hamilton square, Birkenlioad. 8th Jan., 1852. Sharp, John, The Hermitage, Lancaster. 2nd June, 1H53. Sluirp, William, 102, Piccadilly. London. 23rd Nov., 1848. Sharpe, Edmund, A.M., Coedfa, Llanrwst, North Wales. 1st Dec., 1855. *Shawe, J. R., Arrowe...

 
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