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Ackton is a hamlet near Pontefract in the English county of West Yorkshire.
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Containing the Names, in Alphabetical Order, of All the Counties, with Their Several Subdivisions Into Hundreds, Lathes, Rapes, Wapentakes, Wards, Or Divisions; and an Account of the Distribution of the Counties Into Circuits, Dioceses, and Parliamentary Divisions. Also, the Names (under that of Each County Respectively) in Alphabetical Order, of All the Cities, Boroughs, Market Towns, Villages, Hamlets, and Tithings, with the Distance of Each from London, Or from the Nearest Market Town, and with the Population, and Other Interesting Particulars Relative to Each; Besides which There are Maps; First, One of the Whole Country, Showing the Local Situation of the Counties Relatively to Each Other; And, Then, Each County is Also Preceded by a Map, Showing, in the Same Manner, the Local Situations of Cities, Boroughs and Market Towns. Four Tables are Added; First, a Statistical Table of All the Counties, and Then Three Tables, Showing the New Divisions and Distributions Enacted by the Reform-Law of 4 June, 1832 by William Cobbett
Northumberland Ackton, York Ackworth. York - Acle, Nortolk Acomb, York Acomb (East), Northumberland Acomb (West), Northumberland Aconbury, Hereford Acrise, Kent Acton, Cheshire Acton, Denbigh Acton, Cheshire Acton, Suffolk Acton ...
An oak ; as, Ackton, oak-town ; Ack worth, oak farm ; Ock lev, oak-meadow. Acqua, (uk-kwa) [It.] aix, (a) eaux, (f>) [P.] [Prom L. aqua.} water ; as, Aix-la-Chapelle, waters of the chapel ; Bordeaux, border of the waters. Adel ...
by Patrick Hanks, Richard Coates, Peter McClure
William Ackton, 1703 in IGI (Limerick, Limerick).
a compressed air brake for railways; purchased Ackton colliery in Yorkshire, where ...
A Dictionary of Musicians (1827)
From the Earliest Ages to the Present Time. Comprising the Most Important Biographical Contents of the Works of Gerber, Choron, and Fayolle, Count Orloff, Dr. Burney, Sir John Hawkins, &c. &c. Together with Upwards of a Hundred Original Memoirs of the Most Eminent Living Musicians; and a Summary of the History of Music ... by John S. Sainsbury, Alexandre Choron
FJ ACKTON (William) published some solos for the violoncello, also some trios for ...
Compiled from Local Information, and the Most Recent and Official Authorities by John Gorton
1389 || Ackton . -...
by Nathan Bailey
Contriving, ' ackton d'inventer, erfindend; das Erfinden. To Contrôl, contrôler, ad calculum revocare, tadeln, durchziehen. Control, contradition, die Widersprechung, der Tadel.
by Benjamin Pitts Capper
Ackton, a township in Agbrig wap.
Exhibiting the Pronunciation, Etymology, and Explanation of Every Word Usually Employed in Science, Literature, and Art by John Boag
Ackton, A'grè-tin, n. A sub-genus of insects of the order Neuroptera and family Subulicornes. Aostonid E, fig-rk-on'r:b-dè, n. A family of insects including the dragon-flies. Aghiopes, āg-rè-b'pés. In ichthyology, a genus of acanthopterygious ...
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