Freeling's Grand Junction Railway Companion to Liverpool, Manchester, and Birmingham; and Liverpool, Manchester & Birmingham Guide ...

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Page 164 - THE CHETHAM LIBRARY. is under the same roof as Chetham's Hospital, or Blue Coat School. It is rich in old and curious books, in works of Ecclesiastical History, Theology, and Antiquities. It has also some MSS. Strangers are gratuitously admitted, and may have access to the books, from half-past eight o'clock till twelve in the morning, and from one to five in the afternoon. THE
Page 13 - TWO MONTHS AT KILKEE, A Watering Place in the County Clare, near the mouth of the Shannon ; with an Account of a Voyage down that River from Limerick to Kilrush. By MJ KNOTT, with Engravings, small
Page 12 - THE PICTURE OF DUBLIN, OR GUIDE TO THE IRISH METROPOLIS, Containing an account of every Object and Institution worthy of notice, together with a Brief Description of the surrounding Country, and of its Geology.
Page 175 - to Holyhead, Yarmouth, Worcester, Leamington, and Stourport ; at 7 PM for the despatch of the London and Bristol Mails, and half an hour previous to the departure of any of the other Mails. DELIVERIES. The delivery at the Office Window commences at about a quarter after
Page 132 - is dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul ; the living is a vicarage in the archdeaconry of Coventry, and diocese of Lichfield
Page 18 - against the use of Steel Pens. The Patentee is proud to acknowledge that a discerning Public has paid the most gratifying tribute to
Page 18 - all the advantages of the Elasticity and Fineness of the Quill, with the Durability of the Metallic Pen, and thus
Page 95 - who is lord of the manor. The living is a discharged vicarage, and a peculiar of the dean and chapter of
Page 27 - height, was modelled, cast, and sculptured at this Establishment; as also a Shield, in honour of the Duke of Wellington's Victories. These, and numerous other Works, are stationed in separate Rooms, to exhibit the progress of British Art, which Strangers are invited to visit.
Page 174 - 38m. AM—With Bags for Barnsley, Chesterfield, Leeds, Sheffield, Wakefield, Burton, Derby, Nottingham, Lichfield. First Railway Mail, 6h. 45m. AM—Walsall, Wolverhampton, Penkridge, Stafford, Stone, Eccleshall, Newcastle, Market Drayton, Congleton, Nantwich, Middlewich, Northwich, Chester, Preston Brook, Warrington, Liverpool, Manchester, Prescot, Wigan, Preston, Lancaster, Carlisle, Edinburgh, Glasgow.

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