How no one in the Swinton Worsley bit of Salford can not have seen that craft, only me, is beyond belief.
It was not so fatal to life as that explosion at the Salford Barracks, which Mr. Parnell treated as a “practical joke.”
The urn and dagger are now in the museum at Peel Park, Salford.
Dewhurst died in Salford, about 1820, at the age of about seventy.
The population was probably from 5000 to 6000, and of Salford about one-fourth of that.
Manchester contained many royalists; and as we have seen, they were at least the majority in Salford.
Curiously enough, however, Salford was royalist in sympathy.
The average construction of Salford is in this respect much worse than that of Manchester, and so, too, in respect to cleanliness.
Yes, but to push a hand-cart through Salford in broad daylight!
That was what we called him, because he always talked to us of a lovely place called Salford where he had been born.