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CUYP, v. (pronounced in a peculiar way, something like "
the eigh being quickly given as in "
weight ") to sulk, and
show that you are sulking; to cry obstinately and causelessly,
but in a subdued way, like bleeding inwardly. L.
GOD'S CROFT, prop. name.
The name of a farm house lying half way between Frodsham and Helsby,and supposed to be the place indicated by the prophet Nixon when he was asked where a man should find safety on the Judgment Day. The seer replied "in God's croff, between the rivers Mersey and Dee." The farm in question, however, can scarcely be said to lie between those two rivers, though it is possible that in very early times the Mersey may have flowed in
a different channel. Some suppose that Nixon meant the whole promontory of the Wirral which is situated between the Mersey and the Dee
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God's Croft Beelzebubbers from Willaston