The Conservative Club

c. 1890


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Club-Land, 103

"At the corner of Cross Street and St. Ann's Street, overlooking on the Cross Street side that ancient shrine of Nonconformity in Manchester, Cross Street Chapel (originally erected as a refuge for the Rev. James Newcombe, one of the most famous divines ejected by the Act of Conformity in 1662), stands the Conservative Club." [continued below]

Formatting by George P. Landow

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