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    Border Papers volume 1, Addendum: August 1590, 01 August 1590-31 August 1590

    sheep, 1 naig, 3 oxen, insight 20 l . sterling. On margin "lx li ." November 1588. Margaret Forster of Allergarth, Bewcastle, against Pawtie of Harlawe, Wille of Biggams, Wille Kang, Dick of Dryupp, Jock of Calfhills, & c., for Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Border Papers volume 2, September 1598, 01 September 1598-30 September 1598

    wayst." Jobs Clewghe "All wayst," Jenkyn Foster, Alexander and Isabell Foster, "wayst." Florihurst Christofer Foster, sufficient, Arche Foster, not sufficient. Allergarth "All wayst." Oxclose "All wayst." Chrakropp "Three tenantes, sufficient." Goeman Forde, Darman Steade, Bulman Stead, Sowter Moore, Harperhill, and Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Index, F, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    James: passport to, 554. Forster , Alex.: waste, 558. Arche: 75. Arche: unfit, 558. Blanche: spoiled, 183; widow Blanche, of Allergarth: raid on, 199. Christofer: mustered, 558. Cuthbert; his bill quit, 345. Gilbert: signs the warden's award (1586), 111. Isabell: Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Index, F, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    of the Neuk: p. 123. John ( younger ), of the Rotterford: p. 123. Lowrie: maimed, p. 70. Margaret, of Allergarth, Bewcastle: raid on, p. 558. Mat.: horseman, Fleeton, p. 158. Mylys: present when Lord Russell shot, p. 190. Nicholas: Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Index, A, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    78. Aldger , Rob.: Vernon's surety, 372. Allenson , Cuth.: 75. Henry: 75. John: 75. Allerdon : muster of, 76. Allergarth : waste, 558. Allertoun : the postmaster's house at, full, 680. Allondale : outlaws resetted in, 58; East, and Subscribers-only content British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Farmhouse. Apply Thos. Fracsland, Broughton Bridge, Stokesley. 25 YARM.- Cook (good, plain) Wanted; also, Housemaid- Waitress. W. W. Temple, Allergarth, Yarm. w3O YOUNG Girl Wanted -^General : age about 16*; country preferred. Apply 75, Linthorpe-road, Mid- dlesbrougli. 24 Clerks, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    a Farmhouse. Apply Thos. Frankland, Broughton Bridge, Stokesley. 25 YAI_M.- Cook (irood, plain) Wanted; also, Housemaid- Waitress. W. W. Temple, Allergarth, Yarm. w3O Clerks, Assistants, &c. Wanted. ADVERTISEMENTS njsERTKD uxdkb this baaix* rSO AT THE KOLLO WINU PREPAID RATBS : Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    help kept Mrs Turner, Abdy Farm, Rawmarsh, Rotherham. 27 YARM- Cook (good, plain) Wanted; also, Boasemaid- Waitress. W. W. Temple, Allergarth. Yarm. w3O Clerks, Assistants, &c. Wanted. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted under this head- ing AT TBE rOLLOWING PREPAID RATES ; - Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Registn-, 16, Dunning-street, Mieldlesbrougli, and 21. Doveexit-street, Stockton. 23 YARM.- Cook (good, plain) Wanted; also, Housemaid* Waitress. W. W. Temple, Allergarth. Yarm. w3O Clerks, Assistants, &c. Wanted. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted under this head- ing AT TUB rOLLOWINO PREPAID RATES : - Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Apply Joseph Lambert, Miner, Hunter-street, Sacriston. Durham. 1 YARM.- Cook (good, plain) Wanted; also, Housemaid- __ Waitress. W. W. Temple. Allergarth. Yarm. w5O YORK.- Wanted immediately Plain Cook and House- maid-Waitres?; two children ; nurse kept ; good wages. Wright's Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    in X family ; references required. Mrs Ramsey, Yarm. 2 YARM- Cook (good, plain )~Wanted; alsoTHonseniaid- Waitress. W. W. Temple. Allergarth, Yann. w3O YORK.- Wanted immediately Plain Cook and House- inoid-Waitrcg.; two childi*pn ; nurse kept ; good wages. Wright's Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ; Kitchenmaids. £18. £14, £12. Wh'.taker's Registry, Middlesbrough . YARM.- Cook (good, plain) Wanted, or experienced Kitchenmaid. IL H. Temple, Allergarth, Yarm. 4 Clerks, Assistants, &c Wanted. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted under this head- ing AT THX rOUOWTNO PREPAID BATES:- 16 WORDS, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ; Kitchenmaids. £18. £14, £12. Whitaker's Registry, Middlesbrough YARM - Cook (good, plain) Wanted, or experienced Kitchenmaid. H. U. Temple, Allergarth, Yarm. 4 Clerks, Assistants, &c. Wanted. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted under this hud- □lo AT THE FOLLOWING PREPAID RATES: - 16 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Apply Mrs Sykes, St. Paul's Vicarage, West Hartlepool. 4 YARM.- Cock (good, plain) Wanted, or experienced Kitchenmaid. H. H. Temple, Allergarth, Yarm. 4 Clerks, Assistants, &c. Wanted. ADVERTISEMENTS nsBBTBo pm.zb tbb bead- mo xt thb maixowiKo rBBPoio batbu: - 16 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Apply Mrs Sykes, SL Paul's Vicarage, West Hartlepool 4 YARM- Cook (good, plain) Wanted, or experienced Kitchenmaid. H. H. Temple, Allergarth, Yarm. 4 Clerks, Assistants, &c. Wanted. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted u<»de* tbb head- WO AT THE MUOWIsa PREPAID RATES: - 16 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Apply Mrs Sykes, St Paul's Vicarage, West Hartlepool 4 YARM.- Cook (good, plain) Wanted, or experienced Kitchenmaid. H. H Temple, Allergarth, Yarm. 4 Clerfcs. Asßißtapts, &c„ Wanted. ADVERTISEMENTS iksexted t/kuxb in is bead- Ola AT TBE FOLLOW INO PREPAID RATES: Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    weeks old. Hood. 15, Southfield-road, Mid- dlesbrough. 29 "V^ARM.- Cook (good, plain) Wanted, or experienced X Kitchenmaid. H. IL Temple, Allergarth, Yarm. 4 Clerks, Assistants, &c.. WantecL ADVERTISEMENTS lsskrtkd p_d__i this bbaj> 1110 AT THB FOLLOWING PKBPAID RATKS:- 16 wobds, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    estate in Cumberland called the Kirklinton estate, and under the will of his grand- father to two farms known as Allergarth and Leapsrigir, the whole property comprising about 1,800 acres, with an overage rental of £1,100. The plaintiff and his Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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