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(unoccupied, unheated, single-celled structures) for which rent was paid by non-residents including clergy, officials and landowners from elsewhere on the island.

This suggests that the town's nucleus originated as a non-urban port.

The River Douglas forms part of the town's harbour and main commercial port.

Douglas was a small settlement until it grew rapidly as a result of links with the English port of Liverpool in the 18th century.

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The initial growth and development of the town owed much to its natural harbour (now the Inner Harbour), since greatly expanded and improved.

The number of holiday visitors grew from the early 19th century, and from around 1870 onwards, the town was transformed into a leading holiday resort.

But there were increasingly unsanitary conditions, and poor quality housing; again reflecting a trend seen across the United Kingdom.

The annual Isle of Man TT motorcycle races start and finish in Douglas.

on the outskirts, both in the 1890s, hint at the early importance of the site now occupied by Douglas.

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