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CABUS, 2 miles N. of Garstang

A.

Cadaley Moor, 2 miles N.N.W. of Preston

A.

CADDISHEAD, 11 miles S.S.W. of Manchester, one of the hamlets attached to the township of Barton-upon-Irwell.

S.

Cadshaw Moss, 2 miles N. of Prescot

W.D.

Calder, (the river) there are two rivers of this name, the first rises in Pendle Forest, and is joined by another branch, from Trawden Forest, in the neighbourhood of Great Marsden, flows by Padiam and Whalley, and falls into the Ribble, about 3 miles N.E. of Whalley

B.

The other river Calder, rises in the moors above Barnacre, and falls into the Wyre, near Garstang.

A.

Calf House, Mellor

B.

Camp House, 1 mile N.E. of Claughton

L.

Canfield, 11/2 mile N.N.W. of Bentham (Yorkshire)

L.

Cannon Winder, (Furness) east bank of Leven sands

L.

CANSFIELD, 2 miles N.E. of Melling

L.

Cant's Field, in Tatham

L.

CAPONWRAY, 3 miles E. of Warton

L.

Capster Green, 4 miles N. of Blackburn

B.

Captains Fold, near Heywood

S.

Cark, (Furness) near Lower Holker

L.

CARLETON (Great), 1 mile N. of Poulton

A.

CARLETON (Little), 1/2 mile South of Great Carleton

A.

Carley Fold, near Dean Church

S.

CARNFORTH, 6 miles N. of Lancaster

L.

Carr Hall, Clayton Le Dale

B.

Carr Hall, 4 miles N. of Burnley

B.

Carr House, 2 miles N. of Bispham

A.

Carr House, Much Hool

LL.

Carr Houses, near Ince Blundell

W.D.

Carr Mill, 2 miles N.E. of St. Hellen's

W.D.

Carr Side, 5 miles N. of Ribchester

B.

Carr Side, near Ince Blundell

W.D.

Carrs, near Pilling

A.

Carry Bridge, near Colne

B.

Cart Ford Ferry, (over the Wyer) 4 miles S.W. of Garstang

A.

Cart Lane, (Furness) 2 miles S.W. of Cartmel

L.

Carter Place, 1 mile N. of Haslingden

B.

Carter's Ground, (Furness) 3 miles N. of Broughton

L.

Carter's House, (Furness) 2 miles E.S.E. of Ulverston

L.

Carter's House, near Cuerdley Marsh

W.D.

Carter's or Guide's House, (Furness) 21/2 miles W. of Cartmel

L.

CARTMEL, (N. lat. 50, 9" W. lon. 2, 51") 12 miles N.E. of Lancaster, and 2523/4 from London; a small market town and parish, in the deanry of Furness, and Cartmel. The living is a perpetual curacy; Patron, The Bishop of Chester. It has a handsome Gothic Church, dedicated to St. Mary. The tower is singular, being one square set diagonally upon another. There is a good grammar school here, well endowed. There are no manufactories in Cartmel, but in the neighbourhood there are several cotton mills. The market day is Monday. The fairs are on Whit-Monday, and on the Tuesday following October 23d.

 

CARTMEL FELL CHAPEL, in the parish of Cartmel, 3 miles N.E. of Upper Allithwaite, is a chapel of ease; Patron, Lord George Cavendish

L.

Cartmel Fells, a range of mountains on the easterly side of the district of Furness

L.

Cartmel Wharf, the shore on the north of the bay of Morecombe

L.

Castle, (Furness) 1 mile N.W. of Hakshead

L.

Castle Croft, a field adjoining the town of Bury, on which scite was formerly a Castle

S.

Castle Head, the seat of J. Wilkinson Esq., at the conflux of the river Winster with the Ken, at the north end of Lancaster sands

L.

Castle Hill, near Derby Chapel

W.D.

Castle Hill, in Hindley

W.D.

Castle Mere, near Rochdale

S.

Castle Stead, in Walmsley, near Bury, the scite of an ancient castle; but according to some authors, it is only the remains of a fortification thrown up by the parliament forces, in the civil wars of the 17th century.

S.

CASTLETON, one of the four townships in the parish of Rochdale

S.

Castleton Hall, 1 mile S. of Rochdale

S.

Castor Cliff, 1 mile S. of Colne

B.

Cat Hall, 11/2 mile S. of Bury

S.

Cat Stones, S.W. end of Tatham, on the borders of Yorkshire

L.

Cat Stones, E. side of Tatham, on the borders of Yorkshire

L.

CATFORTH, 6 miles N.W. of Preston

A.

Catforth Hall, 5 miles N.W. of Preston

A.

CATON, in the parish of Lancaster, from which town it is distant 5 miles N.E. It has a chapel of ease. The living is a perpetual curacy; patron, the vicar of Lancaster

L.

Caton Green, 6 miles N.E. of Lancaster

L.

Caton Moor, near Caton and Claughton

L.

Catshaw, in Over Wyer's Dale

L.

Catt Hall, 1 mile S.W. of Old Accrington

B.

CATTERALL, 2 miles S. of Garstang, and separated by the river Wyer from Garstang Church Town. N.B. A part of this township is separated from it, to the distance of seven miles, to the S.E. lying between Barnacre and Bleasdale

A.

Causeway Bridge, Winwick

W.D.

Causeway End, (Furness) 1 mile N.E. of Ulverston

L.

Centry Gate, 11/2 mile S.W. of Burnley

B.

Chadder, see "Hanging Chadder"

S.

CHADDERTON, a township in the parish of Oldham cum Prestwich, is situated between Oldham and Alkrington

S.

Chadderton Hall, the seat of Sir Watts Horton, Bart. in Chadderton, 8 miles N.N.E. of Manchester

S.

Chadderton Hay, 51/2 miles N. of Bury

S.

Chadwick Green, 3 miles N.E. of St. Hellens

S.

Chadwick Hall, Astley

S.

Chadwick Hall, near Bamford

S.

Chamber Hall, near Bury

S.

Chamber Hall, 11/2 mile S. of Oldham

S.

Chamber Hall, near Bolton

S.

Chapel Island, a small Island in Leven's Water

L.

CHARDGELEY, (a township united with Aighton and Bailey) on the river Hodden, 5 miles N. of Ribchester

B.

Charles Town, Ashton-under-line

S.

Charnock, see "Heath Charnock"

LL.

CHARNOCK RICHARD, 8 miles N.N.W. of Wigan

LL.

Chat-moss, an extensive moss, stretching for upwards of 5 miles on the right of the road from Manchester to Warrington, commencing near the 6th mile stone, and extending to Caddishead; and is about 3 miles wide. It is very nearly all a peat bog, which when cut into turves (a provincialism) are a very good substitute for coal

S.

CHATBURN, 2 miles N.E. of Clitheroe

B.

Cheadle Bridge, (over the Mersey,) 61/2 miles S. of Manchester

S.

Chequers, West Houghton

S.

Cherry Clough Yate, 5 miles E.S.E. of Rochdale, the border of the counties of York and Lancaster

S.

Chesham Fold, 1 mile N.E. of Bury

S.

Chesham Lees, 11/2 mile N.N.E. of Bury

S.

CHETHAM, the township in the parish of, and adjoining on the N. and N.N.E. to Manchester, under which it has a chapel of ease, dedicated to St. Mark; patrons, Warden and Fellows of the Collegiate Church of Manchester. In this township are many beautiful situations and Gentlemens' seats

S.

Chetham Hill, a pleasant village in the township of Chetham, 2 miles N. of Manchester

S.

Chetwood, 1 mile N. of Manchester

S.

Chew Moor, 2 miles N.E. of West Houghton

S.

Chifnal Hall, 2 miles N.N.W. of Standish

LL.

CHILDWALL, 5 miles E.S.E. of Liverpool, a township and parish in the deanry of Warrington; the living is a vicarage; patron the Bishop of Chester

W.D.

Childwall House, Childwall

W.D.

CHIPPING, 6 miles N.N.W. of Ribchester, a parish in the deanry of Amounderness. The living is a vicarage; patron, the Bishop of Chester. There is no market kept here, but there are two annual fairs, viz. Easter Tuesday, and August, 24th. for Cattle

B.

Chor, (The) a rivulet which rises near Heapy Chapel, runs through Chorley into the Yarrow below Astley Hall

LL.

CHORLEY, (N. lat. 53 37" W. lon. 2 32") 21 miles N.W. of Manchester, 9 miles S.S.W. of Preston, and 206 miles from London, is a small market town, seated on the rivulet Chor; it has a church, formerly under Croston, but lately made parochial. The living is a perpetual curacy; patron, the rector of Croston. Here is a grammar school, endowed, but not free; a prison for offenders in the hundred of Leyland. In the neighbourhood are mines of coal, cannel, lead and allum, ashler, flag, and millstones. The market day is Tuesday. Fairs, March 26, May 5, August 20, for horned cattle, and September 4, for toys, smallwares, and woollen cloth

LL.

Chorley Hall, Chorley

LL.

CHORLTON (with Hardy), in the parish of, and 4 miles S.W. of Manchester, a pleasant rural village. It has a handsome chapel of ease; patrons, Warden and Fellows of the Collegiate Church of Manchester. There is also a methodist chapel in the village

S.

Chorlton Fold, Monton, 5 miles W.N.W. of Manchester

S.

Chorlton Hall, in Chorlton Row. In the year 1780, this House was 1 mile from Manchester; it is now (such has been the progress of building) a part of the town.

S.

CHORLTON ROW, a township in the parish of, and adjoining on the S.S.E. to Manchester, to which it is now become a suburb, with a great and increasing population. One side of the beautiful village of Ardwick, is in this township. It contains a chapel dedicated to St. Luke, built in the year 1804. Grosvenor Square, which when completely built round the beautiful plantation in its centre, will be the handsomest Square in the north of England, is in this township

S.

CHOWBENT, 21/2 miles N.E. of Leigh, 10 miles W.N.W. of Manchester, and 195 miles from London, is in the township of Atherton, and parish of Leigh, under which it has a chapel of ease; patron, Atherton Gwillum, Esq. It has likewise a large dissenting chapel, belonging to a congregation of Presbyterians. This place affords employment for many weavers and nailors, (the later being the original trade of the place) and though it is not a market town, there are many such, which have nothing like the population which Chowbent can boast.

 

CHURCH, 5 miles N.N.W. of Haslingden: It has a chapel of ease: the living is a perpetual curacy.

B.

Church Bank, near Haslingden

B.

Church Kirk, near Haslingden

B.

CLAIFE, lies between Winander Mere, and Easthwaitwater

L.

Clarkson Green, 6 miles N.W. of Preston

A.

CLAUGHTON, 7 miles N.E. of Lancaster, a parish in the deanry of Kirkby Lonsdale. The living is a rectory; patron, P.T. Leigh, Esq.

L.

CLAUGHTON, 2 miles S.S.E. of Garstang

A.

Claughton House, 3 miles S.E. of Garstang

A.

CLAYTON, 5 miles S. of Walton Le Dale

LL.

Clayton Bridge, 4 miles E. of Manchester.

S.

Clayton Green, 3 miles S.S.E. of Walton Le Dale

LL.

Clayton Hall, 3 miles E. of Manchester

S.

Clayton Hall, 1 mile E.N.E. of Leyland

LL.

Clayton Hall, Clayton Le Moors

B.

Clayton Hey Fold, Clayton Le Dale

B.

CLAYTON LE DALE, 3 miles N. of Blackburn

B.

CLAYTON LE MOORS, 5 miles W. of Haslingden

B.

Clayworth Hall, Shackerley

W.D.

Clegg, 2 miles N.N.E. of Bury

S.

Clegg Hall, 21/2 miles E. of Rochdale

S.

Clegg's Wood, 3 miles N.E. of Rochdale

S.

Clerk Hill, 1 mile E. of Whalley

B.

CLEVELEY, 61/2 miles S. of Lancaster

A.

Cliff Lane End, 3 miles S. of Preston

LL.

CLIFTON, 5 miles W. of Preston

A.

CLIFTON, (in the parish of Eccles) 5 miles N.E. of Manchester. It has coal mines which produce coals of an excellent quality

S.

Clifton Hall, 7 miles S. of Lancaster

A.

Clifton Hall, 5 miles N.E. of Manchester

S.

Clifton's, 8 miles S.S.E. of Lancaster

A.

Climb Style, 3 miles N.E. of Broughton, in Furness

L.

CLITHEROE, (N. lat. 53 50", W. lon. 2 19") 5 miles N. of Whalley. 30 miles N.N.E. of Manchester, and 216 miles from London. This is a Borough by prescription, governed by two Bailiffs who act together, and are the returning officers of the borough, which sends two members to parliament who are elected by the resident owners of houses, who have estates for life or in fee. The number of these is said not to exceed forty-two. The church is a neat structure, and a chapelry under Whalley. The living is a perpetual curacy; patron, vicar of Whalley. Here are the remains of an ancient castle, the property of the Duke of Montague, to whom the lordship of Clitheroe belongs, altho' the lords Ribblesdale and Curzon, being proprietors of the borough, have the reputation of influencing the return of members to parliament. The market day is Saturday. The fairs are March 24, August 1st, fourth Saturday after Michaelmas day, and December 7th, for cattle, woollen cloths, &c. In the year 1801, there were in the town, 309 houses, and 1368 inhabitants.

B.

Clitheroe Moor, 1 mile S.W. of Clitheroe

B.

Clive's Hills, near Ormskirk

W.D.

CLIVEGER, 3 miles S.S.E. of Burnley

B.

Cliveger Common, 4 miles S.S.E. of Burnley

B.

Clock House, in Droylsden, 4 miles E. of Manchester

S.

Clock House, Fazackerly

W.D.

Clock House, near Fulwood Moor, 4 miles N.E. of Preston

A.

Clock House, in Openshaw, 4 miles E.S.E. of Manchester

S.

Clock House, near Lea, 31/2 miles W.N.W. of Preston

A.

Clough Bank, 2 miles N.E. of Ribchester

B.

Clough End, 3 miles E.S.E. of Haslingden

B.

Clough Hall, Littledale Moor

L.

Club Moor, West Derby

W.D.

Coal Clough, 1 mile S.S.W. of Burnley

B.

Coal Gate, (Furness) 1 mile S. of Broughton

L.

Coat Green, 1 mile S.W. of Dalton

L.

Cobb Hey, 3 miles E. of Garstang

A.

Cocden, 2 miles N.E. of Burnley

B.

Cock Bank, 21/2 miles N. of Ashton-under-line

S.

Cock Hill, 2 miles N.W. of Ribchester

A.

COCKERHAM, 7 miles S. of Lancaster, a township, and a parish in the deanry of Amounderness; the living is a vicarage; patron, F. Charteries Esq. There is no market kept here, but there is a fair on Easter Monday, chiefly for pedlary.

L.

Cockerley Fold, New Accrington

B.

Cockersand Abbey, 41/2 miles S.W. of Lancaster

L.

COCKEY MOOR, a pleasant piece of waste, about 3 miles E. of Bolton, surrounded by many houses and a considerable population. Here is a chapel belonging the established church, and a dissenting chapel, attended by a respectable congregation of the Presbyterian persuasion. The episcopal chapel at Cockey Moor, is in the parish of Middleton; to which place it is a chapel of ease: patron, the rector of Middleton

S.

Cockle Bank, the north east extremity of the county of Lancaster

L.

Cockshuts, 4 miles S.E. of Lancaster

L.

Codshaw, 4 miles N.E. of Bury

S.

Cold Coats, Chipping

B.

Cold Grave, 5 miles E. of Rochdale

S.

Cold Hutch Bank, a famous slate and stone quarry, near Haslingden

B.

COLE COATS, 2 miles E. of Whalley

B.

Collarly, 4 miles S. of Lancaster

L.

Collin Holme, 1 mile E.N.E. of Tunstall

L.

Collyhurst, 11/2 mile N.E. of Manchester. Here was formerly a burial place for the inhabitants of Manchester, when that place was visited by the plague.

S.

Collyhurst Hall, an old seat of the Mosley family, 11/2 mile N.E. of Manchester

S.

COLNE, (N. lat. 53 49" W. lon. 2 9".) 61/2 miles N.E. of Burnley, 30 miles N.N.E. of Manchester, and 216 miles from London. A small market town in the parish of Whalley. The church is a perpetual curacy; patron, the vicar of Whalley. Here is a piece hall for Woollen goods, upon a similar plan to that at Leeds. The market day is Wednesday. The fairs are May 14, and October 10 for cattle, sheep and woollen cloth. Colne has beside the church, chapels for Methodists and Baptists; and a free school. Colne, (according to Dr. Whitaker the learned historian of Whalley) appears to have been erected into a station by the Romans in the year 79, by Agricola. Colne is situated at a short distance from the Leeds and Liverpool canal, where a subterraneous tunnel is carried through a quicksand-kind of mountain. The town covers a bed of coals, with stone and slate beneath that, proper for building. In 1801 there were in Colne 782 houses, and 3626 inhabitants

B.

Comb Fold, 6 miles S.S.E. of Blackburn

B.

Conder Green, 4 miles S.S.W. of Lancaster

L.

Conishead Priory, (Furness) 2 miles S.W. of Ulverston

L.

CONISTON, (Furness) 9 miles N.E. of Broughton, near the west side of Coniston water, in the parish of Ulverston, under which it has a chapel of ease; living a perpetual curacy; the presentation to which is in the inhabitants of Coniston

L.

Coniston Hall, (Furness) 1/2 mile S.W. of Coniston, near the lake, a venerable house, nearly overgrown with ivy

L.

Coniston Water, a large, beautiful, and picturesque lake in Furness, parallel to Winander Mere, at the distance of a few miles to the west. It is about half the size of that famous lake, but in the opinion of many people of taste, equal to it in the effect produced upon the imagination by its singular beauty and grandeur. It is about 6 miles long, and in its broadest part, about 3/4 of a mile. Its greatest depth is about 40 fathoms. This lake contains that beautiful fish, the Char, which is said to be taken here later in the spring than in the neighbouring lake of Winander. There are many boats employed on this lake, by the proprietors of slate quarries and copper mines in its vicinity.

L.

Cook Bridge, (over the Calder) 2 miles S.S.E. of Whalley

B.

Cooper Fold, Alkrington

S.

Cope, near Cope Law

S.

Cope Law, a high hill, 4 miles S.E. of Haslingden

S.

COPP CHAPEL, 5 miles N. of Kirkham, a chapel of ease, in the township of Eccleston, in the parish of Saint Michael on Wyre; patron, the vicar of St. Michael

A.

Copp Mill, near Copp Chapel

A.

Copper Works, 2 miles E.N.E. of St. Hellens

W.D.

COPPULL, in the parish of Standish, 6 miles N.N.W. of Wigan. It has a chapel of ease, patron, the rector of Standish

LL.

Coppull Hall, 1 mile N.E. of Coppull Chapel

LL.

Coppyhold, 21/2 miles N.N.W. of Standish

LL.

Corkers, in Alkrington

S.

Corn Field, 1 mile N.E. of Padiham

B.

Corn-brook, a rivulet which rises in Oppenshaw and Higher Ardwick, crosses Chorlton Row, and winds by Moss-side, to Hulme, where it serves as a feeder to the late Duke of Bridgwater's canal, the overpluss falling into a bason, which conveys it into its old channel, by which it passes into the Irwell about 11/2 mile S.W. of Manchester

S.

Cote, 1 mile N. of Halton

L.

Cottam Hall, 3 miles N.W. of Preston

A.

Cottam Mill, 2 miles N.W. of Preston

A.

COTTOM, 21/2 miles N.W. of Preston

A.

Cotton Hall, 3 miles S. of Blackburn

B.

Coulthouse, (Furness) 1 mile E. of Hawkshead

L.

COULTON, (Furness) 6 miles N.E. of Ulverston, a township and parish in the deanry of Furness and Cartmel. The living is a perpetual curacy; the incumbent chosen by the inhabitants and owners, paying salary

L.

Count Hill, 3 miles N.E. of Oldham

S.

County Stones, marking Yorkshire, Westmoreland and Lancashire N.E. of Greygarth Fell

L.

County Stones, of Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire 4 miles N. of Coniston

L.

Courant Hill, in Wray

L.

Cow Dubs, 3 miles W. of Lancaster

L.

Cow Hey, 4 miles N.E. of Burnley

B.

Cow Hill, 5 miles N.E. of Preston

A.

Cow Hill, near Church

B.

Cow Lane, Burton Wood

W.D.

Cow Ridings, 3 miles N.E. of Ulverston

L.

Cow Tongue, Over Wyer's Dale

L.

Cowden, (higher and lower) 2 miles S.S.E. of Whalley

A.

Cowley Hill, near St. Hellens

W.D.

Crack, 4 miles N. of Rochdale

S.

Crag, 5 miles S.S.E. of Lancaster

L.

Crag, 1 mile N.E. of Dalton

L.

Crag Birch, in Tatham

L.

Crag Hall, 51/2 miles S. of Lancaster

L.

Crag Houses, 5 miles S.S.E. of Lancaster

L.

Cragg-knott, (Furness) in Blawith

L.

Crain Head, in Rossendale

B.

Crake, (The river) runs out of Coniston Water, and falls into the Leven, near Egton at the head of Leven Water

L.

Crake Birch, (Furness) 3 miles E. of Broughton

L.

Crake House, (Furness) 4 miles N. of Ulverston

L.

Crake Side, (Furness) 4 miles N. of Ulverston

L.

Crane, in Rossendale Forest

B.

Cravens, in Little Dale

L.

Crawless Cross, 4 miles N.W. of Garstang

A.

Crawless Dyke, a rivulet which rises near Garstang, and falls into the sea, near Pilling

A.

Crawshaw Booth, 2 miles N.E. of Haslingden. Here is a Quaker's Meeting House

B.

Craystone Lees (higher and lower), Little Bowland

B.

Cribden Hill, 1 mile N.E. of Haslingden

B.

Crimble (Great and Little), 11/2 mile S.E. of Cockerham

L.

Critchlow Fold, south end of Longworth

S.

Crock, 4 miles N. of Rochdale

S.

CROFT, a small township, near Winwick

W.D.

Croft, in Barton, 6 miles W.S.W. of Manchester

S.

Croft Eaves, 2 miles E. of Winwick

W.D.

Croftons, 1 mile N. of North Meols

W.D.

CROMPTON, the township, N. of Royton, in the parish of Oldham cum Prestwich; has a chapel of ease, called Shaw Chapel

S.

Crompton (High), 1/2 mile N. of Shaw Chapel

S.

Crompton (Low), 1/2 mile W. of Shaw Chapel

S.

Crompton Fold, 1 mile E. of Bolton-le-moors

S.

Crompton Hall, 1 mile N.E. of Shaw Chapel

S.

CRONTON, 4 miles S.E. of Prescot

W.D.

Cronton Hall, Cronton

W.D.

Crook, 41/2 miles S.W. of Lancaster, opposite Sunderland Point

L.

Crook's Smithy, 3 miles N.W. of Standish

LL.

Crookey, 1 mile E.S.E. of Lancaster

L.

Crooks, (Furness) near Coulton

L.

CROSBY (Great), in the parish of Sephton, under which it has a chapel of ease; patron, the rector of Sephton. It is 6 miles N. of Liverpool. A good race cource is near the village.

W.D.

CROSBY (Little), 1 mile N. of Great Crosby

W.D.

Crosby Marsh, between the towns of Great and Little Crosby, and the sea

W.D.

Cross, near Garstang

A.

Cross Bank, in Barton, 6 miles W.S.W. of Manchester

S.

Cross Dale, in Tatham

L.

Cross Gates, 2 miles N.E. of Colne

B.

Cross Gill, in Littledale

L.

Cross Hall, 6 miles S. of Lancaster

A.

Cross Hall, near Ormskirk

W.D.

Cross Moor, 2 miles S.S.W. of St. Michaels

A.

Cross Moor, (Furness) near Pennington

L.

Cross Moor, (Furness) 1 mile S. of Ulverston

L.

CROSTON, 6 miles W. of Chorley, a parish in the deanry of Blackburn. The living is a rectory; patron, the Rev. Dr. Masters

LL.

Croston Meadows, between Croston and Mawdsley

LL.

Crow Heath, 5 miles W. of Warrington

W.D.

Crow Hill, near Ashton-under-line

S.

Crow Lane, 2 miles W. of Newton in the Willows

W.D.

Crow Mill, 4 miles S. of Dalton, Low Furness

L.

Crow Trees, 2 miles S.S.W. of Chipping

B.

Crow Trees, 2 miles S.S.W. of Blackburn

B.

Crowcall Trees, Crompton

S.

Crowley, 2 miles N.E. of Oldham

S.

Crown Point, 3 miles S.S.W. of Ashton

S.

Crowshaw, near Blackrod

S.

Crowthorn, near Ashton-under-line

S.

Croxteth Hall, the seat of the Earl of Sefton, 1 mile N.E. of Derby Chapel

W.D.

CROXTETH PARK, a township adjoining to the N.W. of Knowsley

W.D.

Crumbleholme, near Beacon Fell

A.

CRUMPSALL, a pleasant hamlet, attached to the township of, and in the parish of Manchester. It contains several beautiful seats, and its various views into Blakley valley, and the distant hills of Oldham, Middleton, Royton, &c. afford much pleasure to the admirers of rural and picturesque scenery.

S.

Crumpsall Hall, 21/2 miles N. of Manchester

S.

Cucham Hall, 3 miles N. of Ribchester

B.

Cuckow hall, 1 mile N.N.E. of Blackburn

B.

CUERDALE, 1 mile N.E. of Walton-le-Dale

B.

Cuerdale Hall, in Cuerdale

B.

CUERDEN, 2 miles S. of Walton-le-Dale

LL.

Cuerden Green, Cuerden

LL.

Cuerden Hall, Cuerden

LL.

CUERDLEY (and CRONTON, united townships,) 5 miles W. of Warrington

W.D.

Cuerdley Marsh, a large marsh on the banks of the Mersey, 5 miles W.S.W. of Warrington

W.D.

CULCHETH, 6 miles N.E. of Warrington

W.D.

Culcheth Hall, Culcheth

W.D.

Culcheth Hall, Newton, 3 miles E. of Manchester

S.

Cunfey (High and Low), west side of Winander Mere

L.

Cunfey House, (Furness) between Easthwaite Water, and Winander Mere

L.

Cunliffe, 3 miles N.E. of Blackburn

B.

Cunliffe House, 4 miles N. of Blackburn

B.

Cunscough, near Maghull

W.D.

Cunscough Hall, 2 miles E. of Maghull

W.D.

Custom House, 2 miles W. of Preston

A.

Cutler Hill, near Failsworth, 5 miles N.E. of Manchester

S.


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