Granby


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Granby

(grăn`bē, grăm`–), city (1991 pop. 42,804), S Que., Canada, on the North Yamaska River, E of Montreal. Located in a farming area, Granby has textile mills and plants that manufacture furniture, tobacco and rubber products, precision instruments, paper and printed materials, and food products.
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Granby, one of the best connected and most estimable residents in S-, grandson and heir to Sir Frederic Granby: I had the intelligence from her father yesterday."
Clarke."--"What Clarke?" says the lawyer, dipping his pen in the ink.--"Susan Clarke, Markis o' Granby, Dorking," says my father; "she'll have me, if I ask.
The muddy lanes, green or clayey, that seemed to the unaccustomed eye to lead nowhere but into each other, did really lead, with patience, to a distant high-road; but there were many feet in Basset which they led more frequently to a centre of dissipation, spoken of formerly as the "Markis o' Granby," but among intimates as "Dickison's." A large low room with a sanded floor; a cold scent of tobacco, modified by undetected beer-dregs; Mr.
RESIDENTS of Granby Street, in Toxteth, have a long tradition of using creative gardening to bring near-derelict neighbourhoods back from the brink.
Although at first glance Looking Back thought that one of the photos of a tree-lined road could possibly have been Burton Walks, on closer inspection it turned out to be Granby Street, Loughborough, looking down from the Frederick Street end, so rightly identified and pictured for us today by Stephen Latimer -thanks Stephen.
2 Follow the curve of the pond and continue downhill through Granby Wood to Granby Barn.
The community of Granby, Colorado, looks forward to the Christmas model train exhibit set up by the Grand County Railroad Club.
Follow curve of pond and through Granby Wood to Granby Barn.
Work is underway to completely transform the inside of the Granby pub.