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Land required by the Manchester Ship Canal south of Eastham


Plan shows Searough Wood and the old bathing house as on the 1872 OS County Series Probably refers to: In Parliament.—Session 1888. Manchester Ship Canal. (Purchase of Additional Lands in the Parishes of Eastham and Frodsham. in Cheshire, compulsority and by agreement; Application of Funds; Incorporation of Acts; Eepeal and Amendment of Acts.) I T is intended to apply to Parliament in the next Session thereof for leave to bring in a Bill for the following, or some of the following, among other purposes, that is to say:— 1. To enable the Manchester Ship Canal Company (herein referred to as "the Company") to purchase, compulsorily or by agreement, the following or some of the following lands, all in the county of Chester, or some part or parts thereof respectively, that is to say:— (1) Certain lands (including in the word " lands" where used in this notice, houses, buildings, and other property) partly in the township of Eastham and partly in the township of Hooton, both in the parish of Eastham, belonging, or reputed to belong, to Richard Christopher Naylor, and included in a line drawn from the southern end of Eastham Pier, along the edge of the cliff and the flood bank on the southern side of the estuary of the River Mersey, to the northern corner of the Sea Rough Wood, and thence in a westerly direction for a distance of about three furlongs and six chains, and thence in a straight line in a northerly direction to the said southern point of Eastham Pier



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