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Manchester can be found in Manchester, England, United Kingdom in Europe

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Lord Egerton's Fete - the Pavilion at Worsley, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Manchester Print

Lord Egerton's Fete - the Pavilion at Worsley, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Lord Egerton's Fete - the Pavilion at Worsley, 1844. Party to celebrate the 21st birthday of George Granville Francis Egerton, Esq., eldest son of Lord and Lady Francis Egerton...the day was celebrated with festivities.?
It was the desire of Lord Francis, that the occasion should be made one of popular enjoyment, in and out of doors, through the medium of old English fare and hospitality to the thousands of tenants, dependants, workpeople, including the officers of the various coalpits in the estates, the numerous body of men employed on the Bridgewater Canal...In what is called the Worsley Yard, near the Bridgewater Canal and warehouses, stood a spacious pavilion or marquee, capable of containing between 3000 and 4000 persons, gaily decorated with union jacks, British ensigns, and other flags...colours, streamers etc'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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Old Map of Chester 1795 by John Stockdale Featured Manchester Print

Old Map of Chester 1795 by John Stockdale

An interesting, very detailed, reproduction 18th century street plan of the City of Chester Engraved for and published John Stockdale, London 1795 for John Aikin's"A Description of the Country from Thirty to Forty Miles Round Manchester" The map covers from the Brewers Hall, River Dee and the Racecourse ( Roodee) to the west of the City to Flokersbrook Bridge, Horn Lane and the end of Foregate Street to the east . Main streets and buildings of interest, such as the Infirmary, the Castle & the Cathedral are also clearly named. Lower right is a reference key which further identifies many more buildings and streets

Young girls dancing amongst the trees while the Pied Piper plays his pipe Featured Manchester Print

Young girls dancing amongst the trees while the Pied Piper plays his pipe

The Pied Piper playing his pipe to children in the fields near the town of Hamelin in Lower Saxony, Germany, on a beautiful spring day. The legend of the Pied Piper tells how he removed a plague of rats from the town in 1284, luring them away by playing his pipe; however, when the townsfolk refused to pay him, he enticed away most of their children in the same manner. From "The Pied Piper of Hamelin" by Robert Browning, illustrated by Kate Greenaway, published by George Routledge & Sons, London, Glasgow, Manchester and New York in 1888

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