The Road to WinterhillThe Road to Winterhill



Society shuns Belinda Presleigh when her mother's scheme results in a forced offer of marriage from the Earl of Berrington, the man Belinda loves in secret.In the silence of St. George's Cathedral, the clergyman's voice rang out unnaturally ...

Author: Gloria Gay

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1523424478

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Society shuns Belinda Presleigh when her mother's scheme results in a forced offer of marriage from the Earl of Berrington, the man Belinda loves in secret. In the silence of St. George's Cathedral, the clergyman's voice rang out unnaturally loud: "Do you, Richard Branston, Earl of Berrington, take this woman, Belinda Presleigh, of Hunsley Manor, as your lawful wedded wife, to love and honor until death do you part?" The few wedding guests crowding around them waited for Berrington's response, which was long in coming. Belinda saw their smirks and heard their muffled laughter. She felt the sting of tears in her eyes at the long pause and realized she could not undo what she had done. The awful deed had come to roost in her heart. She wished he would say no. She'd rather be jilted than that awful hesitation in which everyone looked at each other, some with smirks of "I told you so." Finally, Lord Berrington's voice rang out-loud, impatient and clear: "I do." After the awful wedding breakfast, Belinda endured the silence inside the elegant carriage as she and her husband, the Earl of Berrington, traveled on their three-day journey to his county seat, Winterhill. Belinda wished she were dead like her sister Roselle, rather than live a life that promised to be a basket of thorns...

Winter Hill ScrapbookWinter Hill Scrapbook



More Winter Hill mining remains! This view shows the "quarries" at the side of the
Rivington to Belmont road (which can be seen at the extreme bottom left of the
picture). Pit shafts everywhere! Notice the "tilled" field on the right hand side ...

Author: Dave Lane

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781409220688

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A book about Winter Hill near Bolton in Lancashire UK. The history of the hill, its geology, past industries, plant life, underground tunnels, archaeology etc. In a nutshell .... all you ever wanted to know about Winter Hill - and much more! ALL profits from the sale of this book go to the Bolton Mountain Rescue Group.

Winter HillWinter Hill



The ground is so boggy, they've had to pour hundreds of tons of concrete just for
the foundations. The road – Irene The road is temporary – it's only being used for
the construction. Dolly But then they'll build the real road. Irene Landscaped.

Author: Timberlake Wertenbaker

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 9780571340194

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Heroism is danger and risk, and frankly, until now, it's been male. In the near future a group of women gather in a half-built structure on Winter Hill in Bolton. Is it a chance to have a drink with friends? Is it a book club discussing famous heroines? Or is it a revolution? Set in the near future, Winter Hill centres on a eight women as they deal with the sale of local land to developers of a luxurious skyscraper hotel. Questioning the lengths people should go in the name of a cause, Timberlake Wertenbaker's Winter Hill premiered at the Octagon Theatre, Bolton, in May 2017.

SomervilleSomerville



Winter Hill, which was at the junction of Broadway (often referred to as the Road
to Winter Hill, the Road to Newtowne [Cambridge], and Milk Row) and Medford
Street, would see large mansions built that enjoyed superb views of Boston, just
a ...

Author: Anthony Mitchell Sammarco

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9781439628904

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Page: 128

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Once a part of Charlestown that could only be reached via “The Neck” (present-day Sullivan Square), Somerville became accessible from Boston with the construction of the Middlesex Canal and the extension of various rail lines in the mid- to late nineteenth century. By 1842, Somerville’s population had increased to the point that the town officially separated itself from Charlestown. Over the years, the population continued to grow. With the increase in population came tremendous change, including the subdivision of farms and estates for residential neighborhoods. The city of Somerville was incorporated in 1871, and the bucolic borough became the beloved hometown of many residents over the next century. Described by Mayor Edward Glines as “healthy, morally clean, comfortable and convenient,” Somerville has thrived for years as an attractive, modern residential neighborhood.

Massachusetts ReportsMassachusetts Reports



The Boston & Maine Railroad . street , south - easterly on land of Richard
Sullivan , northeasterly on the Winter Hill road , and north - westerly on the
boundary line of the town of Somerville , and land of Lucinda A. Underwood and
others : That ...

Author: Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court

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ISBN: UOM:35112103036457

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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the Commonwealth of MassachusettsReports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts



The Boston & Maine Railroad . street , south - easterly on land of Richard
Sullivan , northeasterly on the Winter Hill road , and north - westerly on the
boundary line of the town of Somerville , and land of Lucinda A . Underwood and
others : That ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433006872281

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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the Commonwealth of MassachusettsReports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts



The Boston & Maine Railroad . street , south - easterly on land of Richard
Sullivan , northeasterly on the Winter Hill road , and north - westerly on the
boundary line of the town of Somerville , and land of Lucinda A. Underwood and
others : That ...

Author: Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court

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ISBN: OSU:32437011949555

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The Specht JournalThe Specht Journal



The city of Boston lies only 4 Engl. miles distant from Winter Hill and already
strikes one favorably from the distance because of its many churches and towers,
its size and its harbor, which is filled with many ships. The road to it runs from ...

Author: Johann Friedrich Specht

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0313294461

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Page: 178

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The Specht Journal contains a detailed description of the Brauschweig regiments' contributions to the Burgoyne campaign from 1776 to 1777 during the Revolutionary War.

Report on the Introduction of Soft Water Into the City of BostonReport on the Introduction of Soft Water Into the City of Boston



At a proper distance from the Rail Road bridge it curves to the east and leaves
the canal . From this last point it continues through good ground , about parallel
with the canal , crossing the Medford road to Winter Hill , and entering the
Medford ...

Author: R. H. EDDY

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ISBN: BL:A0017539718

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Page: 40

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Returns of the Railroad Corporations in Massachusetts with Abstracts of the SameReturns of the Railroad Corporations in Massachusetts with Abstracts of the Same



Amount of above debt secured by mortgage of the of the road from Charlesroad
and franchise , or any property belonging town line to the top of to the corporation
, or standing in its name , . Winter Hill , in Somer9 . Number of mortgages on ...

Author: Massachusetts. Secretary of the Commonwealth

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ISBN: HARVARD:LI2MCX

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Returns of the Railroad Corporations in Massachusetts with Abstracts of the SameReturns of the Railroad Corporations in Massachusetts with Abstracts of the Same



Funded debt , $ 25,000 00 4,250 00 17,750 00 12,000 00 This Corporation now
holds the entire road from Charlestown line to Medford Square . That part of the
road from Charlestown line to the top of Winter Hill , in Somerville , is held under
a ...

Author: Massachusetts. Office of the Secretary of State

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ISBN: UIUC:30112106508580

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Returns of the Railroad Corporations in Massachusetts 1857 1869 with Abstracts of the SameReturns of the Railroad Corporations in Massachusetts 1857 1869 with Abstracts of the Same



Amount of assets on hand , exclusive of the road and equipment , and exclusive
of all property on hand , used , or ... That part of the road from Charlestown line to
the top of Winter Hill in Somerville is held under a perpetual lease from the ...

Author: Massachusetts. Secretary of the Commonwealth

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105128479263

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Returns of the Railroad Corporations in Massachusetts Together with an Abstract of the SameReturns of the Railroad Corporations in Massachusetts Together with an Abstract of the Same



That part of the road from Charlestown line to the top of Winter Hill , in Somerville
, is held under a perpetual lease from the Somerville Horse R. R. Co. , by whom it
was constructed . There is one mortgage for $ 12,000 , on that part of the road ...

Author: Massachusetts. Secretary of the Commonwealth

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ISBN: CHI:096571340

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Returns of the Railroad Corporations in Massachusetts 1857 1869 with Abstracts of the SameReturns of the Railroad Corporations in Massachusetts 1857 1869 with Abstracts of the Same



Amount of above debt secured by mortgage on the road and franchise, or any
property belonging to the corporation or standing in its ... That part of the road
from Medford Square to the top of Winter Hill, was built by contract, and cost
$22,000.

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ISBN: IOWA:31858017435045

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Midnight ProposalMidnight Proposal



Veronica Glendalion thinks that she has only one chance in a thousand that the Earl of Westal will agree to her proposal.

Author: Gloria Gay

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1721234780

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Veronica Glendalion thinks that she has only one chance in a thousand that the Earl of Westal will agree to her proposal. But as her aunt assures her, one chance in a thousand is better than the terrible fate that awaits her. The evil Earl of Callincant has vowed Veronica will be his bride, by force if she will not comply. And as he controls Veronica's father by providing for her father's addictions, time is running out for her. Once the earl forces Veronica into marriage and takes her to his country estate, she will be his prisoner and she will never again be allowed to see her dear aunt and cousin. From that day forth, her life will be a misery of pain and despair. She may have gained a few days while the earl and her father are away at the earl's estate in Sheffield, dealing with an emergency, but when they come back, Veronica's time will be up. Unless by a miracle the Earl of Westal, whom she knew as a child, will agree to her proposal... At the masquerade ball.