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description of Blackpool in Lancashire, frequented for sea-bathing

Hutton, William

description of Blackpool in Lancashire, frequented for sea-bathing

by Hutton, William

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Published by printed by and for Nicols, Son, and Bentley... [et al] in London .
Written in English


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Statementby W. Hutton....
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Open LibraryOL19037964M

Full text of "The Lancashire library: a bibliographical account of books on topography, biography, history, science, and miscellaneous literature relating to the county palatine, including an account of Lancashire tracts, pamphlets, and sermons printed before the year With collations, & bibliographical, critical, & biographical notes on the books and authors". Historical description. Blackpool, a municipal borough, a town, and a fashionable watering-place on the west coast of Lancashire. It is miles from London, and withein convenient distance of Liverpool, Manchester, Preston, and Lancaster, and has three stations on branches of .

Blackpool is a seaside resort and unitary authority area in Lancashire, England, on England's northwest coast. The town is on the Irish Sea, between the Ribble and Wyre estuaries, northwest of Preston, north of Liverpool, northwest of Bolton and northwest of Manchester. It had an estimated population of , at the Census. Throughout the Middle Ages and Early Modern period, Blackpool. Printed guidebooks and holiday guides for Blackpool from the earliest example held by the Local History Centre; A Description of Blackpool, in Lancashire, Frequented for Sea-bathing (), through to glossy guides from ; Photographs, postcards and ephemera from the Cyril Critchlow Collection. Cyril Critchlow was a noted local theatre.

The county lay fixed in provided that Bispham and Norbreck should pay £2 3s. 4d. and Layton with Warbreck £2 6s. 6½d. when £ was levied upon Amounderness. The more ancient fifteenth required £1 5s. 4d. and £1 7s. 2½d. respectively, showing the same relative valuation.. Church. The early history of the church or ALL HALLOWS is obscure. It appears to have been a parish church. A description of Blackpool in Lancashire frequented HUTTON, William The Playscript from scratch HUXLEY, David (compiler) The Club in retrospect HYDE, Arnold HYNDBURN writers: a collection of verse, short stories HYNDBURN WRITERS "Gems" HYNDBURN WRITERS' CIRCLE The amethyst scarab and other poems INGERSLEY, R. M The lay of the stone table: a.


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Blackpool and the Fylde coast has become a ship graveyard to a number of vessels over the years. Most of the shipwrecks occurred at or near Blackpool, whilst a few happened a little further afield but have strong connections with the Blackpool the purposes of this article, Blackpool means the stretch of coast from Fleetwood to Lytham St Annes.

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- Topographical Dictionary of England, Samuel Lewis. BLACKPOOL, a chapelry and bathing-place, in the parish of BISPHAM, hundred of AMOUNDERNESS, county palatine of LANCASTER, 4 miles ( W.) from Poulton, and 25 (S.W. by W.) from Lancaster, containing resident inhabitants.

Blackpool is a seaside town, located in Lancashire, England. It lies 17 miles west of Preston, 36 miles east of Accrington, 42 miles west from Burnley, 26 miles west from Blackburn and 33 miles south from Lancaster.

The town is perhaps best-known for being home to Blackpool Football Club, Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Blackpool Tower. At this date there were Fifty Houses in Blackpool, a Theatre in a Barn in Lane Ends Street now Church Street and two Bowling Greens.

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