Accrington (Manor of)
SURRENDER of a messuage, barn and other buildings, and various named closes of land in Oakenheadwood within the Forest of Rossendale to Mary Brandwood of Haslingden, Widow. At the Halmot Court of Henry Duke of Buccleuch.
Vellum, size 20" x 24", signed by Steward, two blue paper tax stamps.
¶ Mentions Robert Kay, late of Bury, Shuttlemaker, and Richard Ramsbottom late of Quarlton, yeoman, both deceased.
Ashton in Makerfield
BASTIAN MINE Arch Lane Colliery.
Manuscript on paper backed with linen, in ink and a variety of bright colours, size 24" x 28", scale 32 yds to an inch. Shows railway, Carters Fold Farm, Charity Farm, Section of Mine bottom right scale «" = 1ft, showing layers of fireclay, coal, etc.
¶ Workings shown in 6 colours, marked with dates from 1942 - 1948.
MAP OF MANCHESTER Corrected to the Present Time. Divided into Half mile Squares and Circles.
Size approx 12«" x 18", single fold at centre, printed in 3 colours. Scale 5" to 1 mile. Small tear at centre, repaired on verso.
¶ With street index printed down sides.
CANTERBURY ARCHBISHOPRICK ESTATES Ten leases, The Ecclesiastical Commissioners to various tenants.
8 documents in manuscript on vellum, size 17" x 11", sewn at edge, approx. 5p. in each, folded, and 2 printed on vellum, smaller format. All having plans in ink with some colour in the text, scale 41.66 ft to an inch, size of plans approx. 8" x 8", some larger. On the verso of each lease is a record of assignments from the 1880's up until the 1950's. 10 items.
¶ Refers to property in Cherry St., Temple St., Clive St., Queen's Road, Lambeth St., etc.
THE ELECTRIC LIGHTING ACT, 1882. Whereas the Town Council of the Borough... have applied to the Local Government Board for sanction to borrow money for purposes of Electrical Lighting... Notice is given that Arnold Taylor, Inspector appointed to hold the said Inquiry, will attend... at the Town Hall...
Poster, the word 'Blackburn' in large heavy type-face, size 18" x 11". A few repaired edge tears... together with similar poster about prevention of burning of bricks, 1885. 8" repaired split at central fold. 2 items.
THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACT, 1875. Whereas the Town Council of the Borough... have applied to the Local Government Board for sanction to borrow money for purposes of Street Improvement... Notice is given that Col. C.H. Luard, Inspector appointed to hold the said Inquiry, will attend... at the Town Hall...
Poster, the word 'Blackburn' in large heavy type-face, size 18" x 11".
REPORT OF THE PROPOSED MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY AND DIVISION INTO WARDS OF THE BOROUGH.
2pp. with a folding Plan of the borough by R.K. Dawson, coloured in outline. Scale 4" to 1 mile. Folio, disbound, some off-setting on plan.
REPORT ON THE BOROUGH OF CLITHEROE: with a Description of the Proposed Boundary.
3pp. with a folding Plan of the borough by R.K. Dawson, coloured in outline, scale 2" to 1 mile. Folio, disbound.
Davies (B.R), drawn and engraved by
MANCHESTER, SALFORD, AND THEIR ENVIRONS
Engraved plan, size 16" x 21", plus margins, scale 1" = 200 yds. With Reference to the Public Buildings in bottom margin (60 in Manchester and 12 in Salford), Reference to Districts top left. Narrow decorative border. Main streets named. Folds, old repair on verso to tear reaching approx. 4" into map, two small repaired edge tears. Folds, paper browned along some folds, some off-setting, mainly in bottom margin.
Fisher, Son & Co. London, 1833.
¶ Covers Cheetham, Whitworth Hall, Medlock Dam, Ordsall Hall, Pendleton, Charlestown. Shows existing and proposed railways, canals, parkland with trees.
Emmott (Alfred), Liberal M.P.
LETTER to Col. Montgomery, dated Spring Bank, Oldham, 17th Jan. '06.
1p., sm. 8vo, plus blank conjoint leaf. Thanks him for his congratulations and says he hopes 'we have killed the Chamberlain quackery'.
¶ Emmott was M.P. for Oldham, and Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons.
Forest of Rossendale
SURRENDER in the Court of the Manor of Accrington, of four cottages in Carr Terrace, in Hall Carr, late in the occupation of Alice Rushton, to Rev. Ezra Holliday.
On vellum, size 23" x 27"... together with... SURRENDER of a plot of land at Oakley Rawtenstall, John Woodcock to Joseph Grimshaw. On vellum, size 23" x 27", engraved plan 5" x 5" in text, showing buildings, adjacent owners, roads. 2 items.
1898 and 1907.
Grange, Hawes, Gargrave
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet 50 and adjoining sheets.
Scale 1" to 1 mile. Size 30" x 37". Made up of smaller sheets, pasted together with border all round edge. With hachures. Mounted on linen, folding into small 4to marbled wraps. Inserted in green cloth slipcase with Philips label.
¶ Shows Settle and Carlisle Railway.
LARGE SCALE HAND-COLOURED MAP
A MAP OF THE COUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER, Divided into Hundreds and Parishes, From an Actual Survey made in the Years 1828 & 1829. Large engraved map, hand-coloured in hundreds, with an engraved inset view of the New Custom House, Liverpool.
Scale three-quarters of an inch to 1 mile. Overall engraved surface approx. 63" x 43", plus margins, on single sheet, dissected and mounted on linen, folding to roy 8vo. Marbled endpapers, paper slightly rubbed at edges. Green silk edging tape, which is coming away at top corners. Contained within a full calf box, in the form of a book, slightly rubbed at corners, red leather label on spine. A clean copy.
Published by Henry Teesdale and Co, 302 Holborn, May 1, 1830.
Ince in Makerfield
PLAN OF BUILDING LAND in the Township of Ince in Makerfield belonging to Thomas Gidlow Esq. 1869.
Shows Occupation Road, railway, New Hall, a square-shaped moat, 7 building plots with names of owners along Turnpike Road, with areas. In colour on paper backed with linen, size 37" x 32". Scale 30ft. to an inch. Title in different colours. Many small vertical creases in paper, with some tears in the paper (but not linen) along the creases in the bottom 12". Surface of paper very dusty.
¶ Thomas Gidlow is listed in the 1871 census as a land and colliery owner employing 600 people.
BILL of D.A. Weaver, 135 Dale Street, Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Paper Dealer.
Small bill with printed heading made out for 10 reams of 'Cap'. Stab hole.
BOUGHT OF WILLIAM BREWER Canal Coal Dealer, 14 Richmond Row.
Small printed bill for coal, size 4" x 4«", manuscript inserts. Receipted as paid. Stab hole in blank area, traces of fold.
DEMISE of Frances Denison's fourth share of houses in Liverpool under the will of Mary Worsley, and assignment of her share to Joseph Denison.
3p., sm. folio. Signed with small red paper seals.
¶ Does not indicate where the houses are.
GANLY, SONS & CO. Cattle, Sheep, Wool, Grain, Auction and General Agricultural Mart.
Letter to John Nolan, on headed paper, telling him to send his cattle only if they are finished 'as thin cattle are selling very badly'. 1p., 8vo., on conjoint leaf is printed a page of services offered by Ganly.
OBLIGATION BOND of John Worsley, of Liverpool, Gardener, to William Setton of Liverpool, Merchant, for £400.
1p., sm. folio. Worsley's signature from the bottom of the page has been clipped out.
GEOGRAPHIA PLAN OF MANCHESTER & SALFORD Scale 6 ins. to 1 mile.
Colour-printed map size 40" x 28". Folding into red and white paper wraps. 40pp. street index at front.
OBLIGATION BOND binding Richard Thornton of Manchester, Innkeeper, to Joseph Barker, Liquor Merchant, in the sum of £600.
1p., sm. folio, printed with ms inserts, papered seal. Blank conjoint leaf, folds.
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 5 feet to 1 statute mile.
Sheet 29. Size 18" x 36", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into small 4to marbled wraps. Title in ink on front wrap.
Surveyed in 1849 by Capt. Tucker, R.E. Published 1851.
¶ Covers an area bounded by The Royal Hotel in the west, Warwick Street in the north, Grammar Street in the east, Shepley Street in the south. Includes many mills, foundries, wharfs, manufactories, public houses, chapels, hospitals etc., all individually named.
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP OF MANCHESTER and District. Coloured Edition.
Sheet 36. Scale 1" to 1 mile. Linen-backed. Red and buff cover with coat of arms, Index map.
PLAN OF PREMISES IN PETER ST. Manchester. Belonging to the Late Richard Green.
Basic plan showing the property, in ink on cartridge paper size 17" x 24", title in red. Scale 8ft. per inch. Shows slaughterhouse, yard, house and shop, abutting onto Lad Lane. Verso of paper dusty... together with Representations on Title, Robert Green to The Corporation of Manchester. 3p., folio. With a small bundle of correspondence relating to the transaction.
PRICE LIST of Wire Nails.
Rd. Johnson, Clapham & Morris. Single sheet, blue paper, 4to, printed with price list for different types of nails, with advert. on verso. Stab hole... together with... three typed letters, 1908-9, on the company's headed notepaper, with a fine view of the works, printed in green, at the head of each letter. Sent to a customer in Ironbridge.
RECONVEYANCE of a plot of land and several messuages, warehouses and buildings situated in Oldham Street, the heirs of John Houghton of Baguley in Cheshire to Richard Meadowcroft of Manchester.
Four large vellum sheets, signed by the three heirs with wax seals. Loosely inserted is the relevant Lease for a Year, of the same date.
Mersey & Irwell Navigation
PRINTED NOTICE of consignment of 2 bales of paper To the Proprietors of the Mersey & Irwell Navigation, Duke's Dock... per Flat 'Gregson'.
With ms inserts for weight, description.
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Ribbleton, Grimsargh Preston
VALUABLE DWELLING-HOUSES AND BUILDING LAND At RIBBLETON AND GRIMSARGH. A Dwelling-House in Maudland Bank and A Dwelling-House and Shop in Lune Street, PRESTON. To be Offered for Sale by Auction by Messrs. Jabez B. Jones & Sons at their Salerooms, 131 Church Street, Preston on Thursday, 17th day of November, 1921.
Large coloured folding plan, 4pp, original printed wraps slightly dusty.
W. Brown, Printer, Preston: 1921.
ANNUAL STOPPAGE FOR REPAIRS Traffic Will be Suspended During Whit-Week, as Under...
Poster, size 15" x 17", printed in large letters... together with... ROCHDALE CANAL... Special Working Regulations will come into operation... Narrow boats to work in pairs... All boats to be worked through the Locks... Poster in large letters, size 17" x 22", repair at bottom right where corner torn across. 2 items.
26 May 1919 and 27th October 1911.
TO BE LET By Ticket, for a Term of Eleven Years, At the House of Mrs. Marriott, The Roe Buck Inn, in Rochdale, on Monday the 14th Day of March, 1808...
Handbill listing four lots of land, with description, size 12" x 7", traces of folds.
Hartley, Printer, Rochdale, 1808.
¶ The Closes of land included Great Meadow, Barn Meadow with the Barn, Clover field adjoining to Blackwater-street. The occupier of the first three lots was Mrs. Marriott.
PLAN OF SHUTTLE MINE Agecroft Colliery. 1889.
Manuscript plan, scale 1" = 5 chains, on thick paper backed with linen, size 22" x 21". In ink and colours. Shows River Trent, canal, roads, railway, Agecroft Print Works, and underground workings shaded in five different colours.
¶ Agecroft Colliery was re-opened briefly in the 1950's.
PROSPECTUS for a Smelting and Lead Company, at the Seacombe Works, Liverpool. Capital £20,000 in 200 Shares of £100 each.
2pp., folio, blank conjoint leaf. Top corners worn, a few small edge tears repaired with document tape, traces of folds.
¶ The works contain 'three furnaces saturated with lead, four refineries for separating the silver... the machinery consists of a crushing mill, a complete apparatus for drawing lead pipes... a rolling mill... steam engine of 30 horses power...' Emphasises savings to be made by bringing the ores by sea, mentioning ores from Scotland, Cumberland, South Wales, Cornwall and Devon.
Strangeways Hall Colliery
PEMBERTON TWO FEET MINE Late John Leyland.
Manuscript plan on waxed cotton, size 13" x 27", in ink and some colour. Scale 6" = 170 yards. Folds.
no date. 1926 or slightly later.
¶ Fairly basic plan. Shows workings 1925-6 in different colours.
Temple Lodge Estate
Manuscript plan in ink and colours, size 24" X 39", scale 10" = 200yds.
¶ The workings shown cover quite a small area.
GAS WORKS Two manuscript plans in ink on waxed cotton.
One titled 'Tyldesley U.D.C. Levels of Gas Works & District', size 35" x 23", with plan of gas works showing railway, engine house, retort house, purifying house etc., and table of point nos., the other size 20" x 27" showing 'Mine Workings under Sewers' in sections.
PEMBERTON FIVE FEET MINE Ince Hall Moss Colliery. John Walmesley, Esq., Lessor.
Manuscript plan in ink and wash colour on waxed cotton, size 28" x 38", scale 3 chains to an inch. Together with a basic 1936 plan of workings in Ince 4 Feet Mine, Mains Colliery. 2 items.
c1900 and 1934.
¶ The earlier plan indicates pillar of coal left ungotten, coal gotten, closed workings, dates coal was worked up to the pillar permanently left marked in red ink (1870-1882.). Shows railways, pits with numbers, inclination, etc.
Three manuscript plans of workings in Ravine Mine, Eckersley Estate, on waxed cotton, average size 15" x 20", scales 30-50 yds. per inch, with correspondence re. lease, 1917, attached, referring to plans.
REPORT OF THE PROPOSED MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY OF THE BOROUGH
5pp. with 2 hand coloured plans, on one sheet by R.K. Dawson, scale 4" to 1 mile and 1" to 1 mile. Folio, disbound.
POSTCARD Under Ground Canal, Worsley.
Coloured card, titled as above in white.
Grosvenor Series, Manchester.
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