I slept horribly last night, and have been over to Birkenhead for a little change of air to-day.
One of the Lairds was Birkenhead's first member of Parliament.
Some of the Flemish weavers left their own country and settled on the shores of the Mersey near Birkenhead.
I lived with my grandparents, aunts, and sister in an old house in Birkenhead.
The "Alabama" was built at Birkenhead; she sailed away to a remote island and there took on board her armament.
He must have been at Birkenhead or Liverpool at the date of your letter to me.
Such was the courage of the soldiers and sailors of the Birkenhead.
But he could not resist the temptation of a sail to Birkenhead and back first.
Proportionately, Birkenhead has made even greater progress during the century so soon to close than Liverpool.
The Winslows' private house was up the Birkenhead end of the town.