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BLACKLEY, a village, two chapelries, and a subdistrict, in Manchester parish and district, Lancashire. The village stands on the river Irk, near the Manchester and Leeds railway, 3 miles N of Manchester; and has a post office under Manchester, and a police station. The chapelries are B. and B.-St. Andrew. Acres, 1,764. Real property, £10,955. Pop., 4,112. Houses, 838. The property is subdivided. Many of the inhabitants are employed in cotton manufactures and in extensive dye-works. The livings are rectories. Value of B., £182.* B. church was rebuilt in 1835; and is in the early English style, with a fine tower. St. A. church was built in 1866. There are two Wesleyan chapels, a Roman Catholic chapel, a mechanics' institution, a Church institute, public schools, and a reformatory. The subdistrict includes also Harpurhey township.
John Marius Wilson, Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales (1870-72)
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- Restoration, Hopkinson Rd, Higher Blackley, Baptist
- Most Holy Trinity, Goodman Street, Church of England
- St Andrew, Churchdale Rd, Higher Blackley, Church of England
- St Mark, Whitemoss, Church of England
- St Paul, Victoria Ave, Church of England
- St Peter, Old Market Street, Church of England
- Hopkinson Rd, Higher Blackley, Independent Methodist
- White Moss, Grange Park Rd, Methodist
- Warren St, Methodist Association
- Warren Street, Lower Blackley, Methodist Association
- Zion, Crab Lane, Methodist New Connexion
- Rochdale Rd, Barnes Green, Primitive Methodist
- Market St, United Methodist Free Church
- Exchange St/Old Market St, Wesleyan Methodist
- St Nicholas, Grange Park Road, Byelorussian Orthodox Church
- Glenbrook Chapel , Victoria Ave, Evangelical
- Cumberland Rd, Exclusive Brethren
- Crab Lane, Pentecostal
- Victoria Avenue, Higher Blackley, Pentecostal
- Chapel Lane, Presbyterian
- Booth Hall Chapel, Roman Catholic
- Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Old Road, Roman Catholic
- St Clare, Victoria Avenue, Higher Blackley, Roman Catholic
- St John Bosco, Charlestown Rd, Roman Catholic
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