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A description of the country from thirty to forty miles round Manchester.

Aikin, John.

A description of the country from thirty to forty miles round Manchester.

by Aikin, John.

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Published by David & Charles in Newton Abbot .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Facsim. of: 1st ed. London : John Stockdale, 1795.

The Physical Object
Paginationxvi,624p.,63 leaves of plates :
Number of Pages624
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22246687M
ISBN 100715342371
OCLC/WorldCa2616380

Lancashire, Aquaduct over River, Titlepage, [ Aquaduct over River ] engraved by Audinet after a picture by Stothart, published on the titlepage to Aiken's Description of the Country from thirty to forty Miles Round Manchester , Copper engraved print with recent hand colour. This places Reverend George Lane within fifteen miles of Manchester, attending the largest Methodist meeting of the year in western New York, among a great number of Methodist ministers, at a time when Joseph Smith was aware of “an unusual excitement on the subject of religion” occurring “some time in the second year [] after our.

  In the middle of August another start was made up the Shire river; they landed as before, and with thirty-six Makololo porters and two native guides ascended the Shire highlands, passed round by Mount Zomba and Lake Shirwa, and then rejoined the Shire river, the left bank of which they followed till they came to the small lake Pamalombwe, and. J Aitken, A Description of the Country from Thirty to Forty Miles Round Manchester (), pp Gardeners' Chroni (22 November ), pp E Kemp, How to Lay Out a Garden; intended as a General Guide in Choosing, Forming or Improving an Estate (2nd edn , 3rd edn ), pp G Ormerod, The History of the County Palatine.

  “Chris Cleave’s latest novel lives and breathes, sweats and suffers at the harrowing place where ambition collides with sacrifice. That it arrives on the eve of the Olympic Games in London is perfect timing on the part of Cleave and publisher Simon & Schuster, but Gold would be first class anytime, anywhere. It’s an adrenaline-fueled drama about winning and losing, in the velodrome /5(52). [, Book II., Chapter II; , Book II., Chapter ] There are (as I take it) few great towns in England that have not their weekly markets, one or more granted from the prince, in which all manner of provision for household is to be bought and sold, for ease and benefit of the country round about.


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His intelligent assistance in the compilation of the 'Description of the Country from Thirty to Forty Miles round Manchester,'is acknowledged by Dr. John Aikin in the preface to that work. By his fellow-townsmen he was usually styled 'Poet' Ogden, and is so designated in the 'Manchester Directory ' for He also issued the London Courant newspaper, Debates in Parliament (–90), an edition of Robinson Crusoe and John Aikin's A Description of the Country from Thirty to Forty Miles round Manchester (), originally intended to be merely an account of the neighbourhood of Mottram-in-Longdendale, with which Stockdale had personal acquaintance, as well as various geographic maps and plans.

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Views of the old hall, with the adjoining building, known as the Dungeon, and the Gaoler's Chapel, are given, p. Aikin, op. cit. Quoted in W. Glover, Hist. of Ashtonunder-Lyne ().

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