- a fishing port in NW England, in Lancashire. Pop: 26 841 (2001)
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In 1644 he was serving in Fleetwood's regiment in Manchester's army.
“Remain where you are, dearest,” said Fleetwood, as she was about to rise.
Again the hope revived that, even then, Fleetwood might be rescued.
“Yes, hail if you like; but we are still too far off for them to hear you,” said Fleetwood.