This book of over 400 pages is a fascinating story of the historical formation of Manchester told by reference to its streets and locations. It contains chapters entitled: Hunt's Bank, Strangeways Hall - Colonel Hanson, Long Millgate and Red Bank, Smithfield Market and its Vicinity, God's Acre, A Glance at Market Street and Piccadilly, Royal Visit - The Great Gala Day, Knot Mill, Aldport: It's Lodge and Park, Deansgate and its Byways, Piccadilly Revisited, Gore Street - Henry Liverseege, Literary Deansgate, The Old Churchyard, The Resting Place, The Dene Gate of York, A Retrospect of Deansgate, Smithy Door Bank, Over Salford Bridge, St Ann's Square and its Silent Inmates, Bits of our Borough Town, Earliest and Latest Epitaphs, The Bishop's Grave, The Way Home and appendices on The Chetham Library and Old Manchester and its Worthies plus an Index and 29 illustrations. Some of the scanned pages appear not to be straight. This is a feature of the original book rather than the scanning process.
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