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by Sandra Hayton

  • ISBN: 1870365364
  • Author: Sandra Hayton
  • ePub ver: 1364 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Salford Dept.of Politics & Contemporary History (January 1992)
  • Formats: lrf lit lrf rtf
  • Category: History
  • Subcategory: Europe
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Rochdale appears in the Domesday Book as Recedham.

Rochdale appears in the Domesday Book as Recedham. At the time of the Norman Conquest the manor was held by a Saxon thegn, Gamel. Before 1212 Henry II granted the manor to Roger de Lacy whose family retained it as part of the Honour of Clitheroe until it passed to the Dukes of Lancaster by marriage and then by 1399 to the Crown. The population increased from 95,796 in 2001.

Salford was enfranchised as a parliamentary borough returning a single Member of Parliament (MP) by the Great Reform Act of 1832

Salford was enfranchised as a parliamentary borough returning a single Member of Parliament (MP) by the Great Reform Act of 1832. From 1868 it returned two MPs to the House of Commons until the Redistribution of Seats Act 1885, when the constituency was split into three single-member divisions: Salford North, Salford South and Salford West. By 1861 this had risen to about 460,000, and so in the same year John Greenwood Jr. made an application to Salford Borough Council and to the Pendleton Turnpike Trust, to build a tramway from Pendleton to Albert Bridge in Salford.

The Irish cellar dwellers by Sandra Hayton, 1992, University of Salford. Salford, Stockport and Rochdale, 1861-71. Published 1992 by University of Salford. Department of Politics and Contemporary History in Salford. Occasional papers in politics and contemporary history - n. 8.

The Irish cellar dwellers: Salford, Stockport and Rochdale, 1861-71.

The Irish cellar dwellers. The Irish cellar dwellers. The Irish cellar dwellers: Salford, Stockport and Rochdale, 1861-71. 1992, University of Salford. Department of Politics and Contemporary History.

Lost photographs charting life in Salford and Eccles in the have gone on display for the first time. freelance photographer Martin O’Neill, pictured, and discovered as he was cleaning out his office last year

Lost photographs charting life in Salford and Eccles in the have gone on display for the first time. freelance photographer Martin O’Neill, pictured, and discovered as he was cleaning out his office last year. Church Street in Eccles, Salford, Manchester, 1970s. Taken by freelance photographer Martin O’Neill.

The Cellar Dweller is set in Victorian England, a tale of the kind nurse and pharmacist and the easy-to-fool man, Mr. Lawney. Learn how sweet becomes sour in this tale of deceit. Came 1st Place in The Circle's Literary Competition 2011. Ages 0 and up. 289. 1.

Cellar Dweller is a 1988 horror film about a comic book artist who unleashes a demon after drawing it. It was directed by John Carl Buechler, written by Don Mancini.

Thirty years have passed since the grisly murder/suicide of Colin Childress, creator of the comic book Cellar Dweller

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