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 Liverpool - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Liverpool
Liverpool became a county borough in 1207, and from its beginnings as a port it was associated with the transport of soldiers and military supplies to Ireland, and with general trade.
Liverpool grew in importance during the 18th century as a centre of the slave trade, and until the early 20th century through the export of textiles from Lancashire and Yorkshire.
Liverpool lacks the medieval grandeur of Bristol, but despite constant rebuilding much survives from the 18th century, though it is difficult to visualize the elegant town that existed on the sandstone hill now crowned by the city's two cathedrals.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Liverpool   (1842 words)

  
 Liverpool - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 2001, Liverpool Airport, situated near Speke in the south of the city, was renamed Liverpool John Lennon Airport, in honour of the late Beatle John Lennon.
Liverpool John Moores University is one of the polytechnics given university status in 1992 and is named after the owner of the Littlewoods retail group.
Liverpool is also internationally famous for its connections with popular music; the city is the birthplace of The Beatles, one of the most successful and famous bands of all time.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Liverpool   (3101 words)

  
 GENUKI: Liverpool, Lancashire genealogy
For probate purposes prior to 1858, Liverpool was in the Archdeaconry of Chester, in the Diocese of Chester.
Liverpool & SW Lancs FHS are the society covering the Liverpool area.
Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, and a picture of the exterior, and the interior.
www.genuki.org.uk:8080 /big/eng/LAN/Liverpool   (1069 words)

  
 Liverpool
Liverpool only had a population of about 22,000 in 1750 but the city grew rapidly in the second half of the century as a result of the slave trade and the textile industry.
Liverpool, a port on the north bank of the estuary of the Mersey, was first used as a harbour in the 13th century for sending supplies to Ireland.
By the beginning of the 19th century Liverpool had replaced London as the principal port where cotton was imported.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /ITliverpool.htm   (687 words)

  
 Liverpool - Wikitravel
Liverpool is home to the and is also renowned for being the birthplace of a wide range of popular musicians including, and, more recently,.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is located in the suburb of Speke around eight miles to the south of the city centre.
Liverpool has long been the butt of jokes about having high levels of crime, but the reality is that crime rates in Liverpool are low compared with most other large cities in the UK.
wikitravel.org /en/Liverpool   (3656 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Liverpool
For boys there are in Liverpool the Catholic Institute under the Irish Christian Brothers, and St. Francis Xavier's College under the Jesuit Fathers, who have also a Catholic College in Preston, whilst in St. Helen's there is a Catholic Grammar School under the secular clergy and lay masters.
Traces of this connexion are seen in the old St. Patrick's Cross of Liverpool which was supposed to mark the spot where St.
13 Jan., 1786), who after being for twenty-one years rector of St. Peter's, Lancaster, was consecrated on 24 August, 1840, at Liverpool, by Bishop John Briggs, with the title of Bishop of Bugia in partibus, which in 1842 was changed to Bishop of Tloa in partibus.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/09314a.htm   (1297 words)

  
 liverpool
The first 'sugar house' in Liverpool was reputedly established in about 1673, by Allyn Smith (a notable sugar refiner of London), possibly on the bankside of 'the Pool' where it entered the River Mersey (near the present Redcross Street) as shown on the conjectural map for 1705 prepared by Henry Peet in 1905.
In Liverpool there was a large German immigrant population in the second half of the 19th century, some being connected with the sugar industry.
Liverpool's infamous history as the capital of the slave trade has belatedly been addressed, but 65 years after Britain's part in that opprobrious trade ceased, the city took on another leading role.
www.mawer.clara.net /liverpool.html   (3324 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Liverpool wins Champions League in historic comeback
It was the fifth title for Liverpool, the first since its fans rioted at the 1985 final in Brussels, causing the death of 39 spectators and leading to a lengthy ban from European competition for English clubs.
Liverpool won the title for the fifth time, scoring three goals during a seven-minute sequence early in the second half.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard started the comeback with a goal on a header in the 54th minute off a cross from John Arne Riise.
www.usatoday.com /sports/soccer/world/2005-05-25-champions-league-final_x.htm   (625 words)

  
 University of Liverpool
In 1904, Liverpool Veterinary School became the first UK veterinary school to be incorporated into a University.
Liverpool Veterinary School was awarded 24/24 in the QAA's Subject Review.
Add to this our top score of 5 in RAE 2001, and you have a top-rated centre of teaching and research in veterinary education.
pcwww.liv.ac.uk /vets/vethome.html   (127 words)

  
 Independent Online Edition > Liverpool
Liverpool are continuing to search for new investment to finance Rafael Benitez's ambitions of challenging Chelsea for the Premiership title and their proposed £160m stadium, despite indications from their chairman, David Moores, that he could be about to sell his majority shareholding.
The Liverpool manager, Rafael Benitez, said last night that he is very confident his midfielder Mohamed Sissoko will make a full recovery from a career-threatening eye injury and hopes he will make a speedy return to training.
Though the trophy is now a permanent resident of Anfield after Liverpool's fifth victory in the Champions' League last May, their hold on the crown is anything but secure after Benfica changed the time and place of the heist.
sport.independent.co.uk /football/liverpool   (1215 words)

  
 Downtown Liverpool - the online magazine and forum for Liverpool, UK
Liverpool has been called the Athens of the North in celebration of it's commercial and cultural prowess and downtown Liverpool has been blessed by two periods of Greek inspired architecture.
Liverpool has a rich and fascinating history of commercial might, civic and cultural pride and great social improvement.
New group, 21st Century Liverpool were given a special tour around the massive site, to gauge how the scheme fits in with the ideas they intend to explore about how the city can fulfil its desire for international revival.
www.downtownliverpool.org   (2389 words)

  
 EducationGuardian.co.uk Higher University of Liverpool
Liverpool is a thriving city that has been chosen as European capital of culture 2008.
Liverpool has just over 19,000 students and is academically strong across the board.
The university is based on a 92-acre campus in the heart of the city and boasts an impressive range of sports facilities and social events.
education.guardian.co.uk /higher/universityguide/profile/story/0,,489347,00.html   (185 words)

  
 East Liverpool on Encyclopedia.com
Liverpool's Robbie Fowler leaves the pitch after Liverpool`s two nil defeat in today`s Premiership clash between Charlton Athletic FC and Liverpool FC played at Charlton`s Valley stadium in south east London, 08 February 2006.
Robbie Fowler (R) of Liverpool and Hermann Hredarsson (L) of Charlton vie for the ball during today`s Premiership clash between Charlton Athletic FC and Liverpool FC played at Charlton`s Valley stadium in south east London, 08 February 2006.
Jerzy Dudek (L) Liverpool`s goalkeeper rises to punch the ball away from Herman Hreidarsson (C) of Charlton during today`s Premiership clash between Charlton Athletic FC and Liverpool FC played at Charlton`s Valley stadium in south east London, 08 February 2006.
encyclopedia.infonautics.com /html/E/EastL1ive.asp   (943 words)

  
 Football365 in association with Tiscali
Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler scored the winner at Blackburn - and then admitted he is still "in the dark" about the possibility of a new contract.
Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler provided manager Rafael Benitez with further evidence that he deserves a new contract with his latest match-winning goal against Blackburn at Ewood Park.
Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez believes more British managers should broaden their horizons by taking charge of clubs abroad.
tiscali.football365.com /teams/liverpool/index.shtml   (225 words)

  
 ESPNsoccernet: Liverpool Team Page
Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez admits it would be 'easy' for him to give Robbie Fowler a new contract but insists he has a responsibility to the club to look at all the options first.
Liverpool's next generation produced an outstanding performance to put themselves within touching distance of winning the club's first FA Youth Cup for 10 years.
Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez expects Chilean winger Mark Gonzalez to join the club in time for next season after being turned down for a work permit last August.
soccernet.espn.go.com /team?id=364&cc=3888   (294 words)

  
 Liverpool Cathedral - Homepage
Liverpool Cathedral is undertaking an ambitious £10 million campaign to ensure it is fully equipped to serve its city and Diocese during its second century of service and welcome.
Liverpool Cathedral is only just over 100 years old but its life has seen many changes.
We are aware of the Big Dig in Liverpool city centre, don't be deterred....
www.liverpoolcathedral.org.uk   (431 words)

  
 Liverpool Football Club News and Results from Football.co.uk
Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler is still waiting to find out whether he will be offered a new contract to extend his second spell with the Reds beyond the end of the season.
Liverpool winger Mark Gonzalez is desperate to finally link up with the Reds next season, as he continues to impress while on loan at Real Sociedad.
Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler is still waiting to discover whether he will be a Reds player next season.
www.football.co.uk /liverpool/index.shtml   (234 words)

  
 Liverpool Labour Party - Fighting for a better future for Liverpool people
Liverpool has been rocked by its biggest political scandal for a generation as emails between the Lib Dem Council leader and the suspended Assistant Media Director are alleged to show a conspiracy to oust the Lib Dem appointed Chief Executive from his job.
Liverpool youths and youth workers descended on Liverpool City Centre to march against Lib Dem cuts plans to cut the number of youth workers and reduce the importance of several youth centres across Liverpool.
A Liverpool community is living in fear for their homes thanks to plans by the Lib Dem council to turn Edge Lane into a bigger M62 extension full story...
www.liverpool-labour.org.uk   (2175 words)

  
 Liverpool City Council leisure and culture
Liverpool City Council's Sport and Recreation Service is Chartermark accredited and manage 18 indoor sports and leisure facilities across the city.
There are many attractions in Liverpool that can be enjoyed by the whole family and you will always find somewhere that keeps everyone happy, whether their interests lie in history, football or shopping!
Liverpool has been awarded Capital of Culture 2008 and World Heritage status.
www.liverpool.gov.uk /Leisure_and_culture/index.asp   (349 words)

  
 icLiverpool - Liverpool Football Club daily news headlines from Anfield, European Capital of Culture 2008 Thailand prime minister
LIVERPOOL FC's plans for a new 60,000-seater stadium on Stanley Park were re-confirmed by the city's planning committee after a marathon meeting yesterday.
FINANCIAL experts have warned Liverpool fans should not to become too excited by yesterday's announcement that the club was in takeover talks.
CALUM WOODS'S goal gave Liverpool under-18s victory at Sheffield United to provide the perfect boost ahead of the FA Youth Cup final against Manchester City.
icliverpool.icnetwork.co.uk /0500liverpoolfc   (361 words)

  
 Stag Weekend in Liverpool Stag Weekends & organised Stag Weekend packages
Liverpool is a city where you can really let your hair down.
Cream has been dragging dedicated clubbers in for years and is a fantastic array of clubs to satisfy every taste.
On the daytime activities side, Liverpool has more musuems than any British city outside London.
www.chillisauce.co.uk /stag-weekends/liverpool   (145 words)

  
 AnfieldRed Kopites unite - Liverpool FC News and discussion - Have your say
Liverpool thrashed Birmingham 7-0 and cruised through to the last 4 of the FA cup.
Liverpool have drawn Chelsea in the FA cup.
In the summer Liverpool’s transfer activity will be vital just as it was in the summer of 2001 and 2002.
www.anfieldred.co.uk   (351 words)

  
 Liverpool - Wirral
This is your online guide to Liverpool and the surrounding areas, if your thinking of visiting us and want some information on where to stay and what to do, looking for lost family and friends or are looking a particlar service that a local business can provide you have come to the right place.
Liverpool and Wirral Guide, The Internet Guide To The Great British City Of Liverpool and Surrounding Areas
Leisure in Liverpool: There is plenty to fill your time in Liverpool
www.liverpool-wirral.co.uk   (231 words)

  
 Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Home Page
Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and Industry has represented the interests of the city’s business community for over 150 years.
"Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and Industry has been successfully representing the business community on Merseyside for more than 150 years.
Enjoy the benefits of being part of Liverpool's thriving chamber community!
www.liverpoolchamber.org.uk   (179 words)

  
 Liverpool Tourist Information
In the run-up to Capital of Culture, each year will have its own theme: 2006 is dedicated to Liverpool Performs, a celebration of achievement across the city, from sport and the arts to business and culture, one of the highlights being the fourth Liverpool Biennial which begins in September.
Liverpool will fly the flag for Britain as European Capital of Culture in 2008.
Liverpool has more museums and art galleries than any other UK city outside London.
www.visitliverpool.com   (206 words)

  
 Visit Beatles Liverpool
Beatles Story – award-winning exhibition where the complete story unfolds from its Liverpool beginnings to the worldwide phenomenon of Beatlemania and beyond.
Liverpool has always been at the forefront of pop.
As you discover what made the band so special you can look forward to some poignant and evocative moments in the legendary city where they grew up.
www.visitbeatlesliverpool.com   (252 words)

  
 Liverpool Football Club - Official Site of the F.A. Premier League
With a record 18 league titles and five European Cup triumphs under their belt, Liverpool are always a contender for football's honours.
And the Spaniard secured silverware in his very first season as Liverpool lifted the 2004/05 Champions League following a thrilling victory over AC Milan.
Formed in 1892 following a dispute over rent between Everton FC and their landlord at Anfield - John Houlding - who founded Liverpool as Everton departed for Goodison Park.
www.premierleague.com /fapl.rac?command=forwardOnly&nextPage=enClubDetail&id=9   (617 words)

  
 Liverpool Travel Information Lonely Planet Destination Guide
For far too long Liverpool has been dismissed as a city of smart-aleck scallies in shiny tracksuits, and for far too long Scousers have closed ranks and sent their critics packing with two fingers and a clever insult.
The Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King is whimsically known as 'Paddy's Wigwam', a reference to its thorny crown and funnel-like shape.
Check out what other travellers are saying about Liverpool.
www.lonelyplanet.com /worldguide/destinations/europe/england/liverpool   (194 words)

  
 Liverpool 2007
Liverpool 2007 provides a gateway to Liverpool's historic past plus an insight into the forces that are shaping modern Liverpool.
Over the course of the next few years it is intended to develop our links with electronic communities locally, nationally and internationally to enable you to easily find out information about Liverpool's 800 year history, its social and cultural diversity and how the city will celebrate its anniversary in 2007.
Web pages developed and hosted by ICDC, project also partnered by the WEA
www.liverpool2007.org.uk   (93 words)

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