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    Parishes (West Ward), St Laurence, Crosby Ravensworth

    with his army returning southwards and intent on regaining his throne rested for a time at a place called "Black Dub" near the head of Crosby Ghyl from whence springs the river Lyvennet. The Lady Anne thus relates the incident, British History Online

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    William, 243. Birtle , William, 144. Bispham , George, 132. Blackburn , John, 222, 225. Black Death , 379. Black Dub , Crosby Ravensworth , 321. Blackett , John, 83. William, 81. Blackhause Bottom , 5. Blackstone , William, 60. British History Online

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 12 March 1830, 12 March 1830-12 March 1830

    and thence by or near Davieland and the village of Newton , and by or near a Loch called Black Dub , to or near Loganswell , and the confines of the county of Ayr ; that the expense of British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pence teparating the said AllotMent from An- a' eient Inclo-ures, belonging to John Tennant Stasisfield C -7ennant, Esq. called Black Dub,. which Road I call l .Ai. rtsnant's Road. ONE other PRIVATE CARRIAGE and DRIV- b YNG ROAD, of the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    in the Fence separating thc said Allotment from An- cient Inrlosuies, -lhcnrgiing to Jolrn Tennant Stansfie)l( Tennant, Esq. cailed Black Dub, which Road I call -11r. -Ternnal'se-tond. ONE ether PRIVATE CARRIAGE and DRIV- ING ROAD, of the width of Twelve Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the bank from which it had been taken.Balton Press. KING CHAnLEs II.-On Saturday the 27th ult.. was erected at Black Dub, between Crosby Ravensworth and Shap Wells, a rustic obelisk to commemorate the circum- stance of King Charles IL, with Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    i3tubsIftaton0. Just published, 70th Tboutand. 1/IORISONIANA; or, the. Abridged Family V Adviser of the British College of Health. Containing Origin Life, and true cause of Diseases Explained, Important Advice to the World, &o. By JAMES MoResON, the Eygeiet.-May be Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    James Robinson, Liverpool. On Sunday last, Mrs. Elizabeth Beven, relict of Captain Beven, of Liverpool. The Ist inst. at Black Dub, in Cumberland, Mr. John Bell, at the advanced age of 101 - He re- tained his faculties to the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the day of its interment.- Dumfries Courier. King Charles ll.- On Saturday, the 27th inst. | was erected at Black Dub, between Crosbv Ravensworth and Shap Wells, a rustic obelisk to commemorate the circum- stance of King Charles 11., with Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    beggars as before Use poor. law existed. Kino Charles ll. - On Saturday, tbe 27th inst was erected at Black Dub, between Crosby Ravensworth and Shap Well", a rustle obelisk to commemorate tbe circum- stance of King Charles 11. with Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SALISBURY GUARDIAN. SALISBURY, Novbmbf.r in The Bishop of Salisbury h»« instituted tho U ,',•,, Marsh Aiuslie Tower, M.A., to the rectory of Chilu, »ri w . vice the Bey. C. Tower, resigned. ' "" lt »t St. Martin's Church.- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LITERARY NOTICES. DECEMBER MAGAZINES AND PUBLICATIONS TThird Notice.! The Nineteenth Century contains no fewer than five articles on the Labour Question by Labour leaders. Mr. Knowles is a smart man ; when he brings out a number of his Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    HA7AST May 26. Pbtty Sbssiows, T___day.- Magistrates present: John Oeverill. E*>q., Msjor Mondv, and Henry Spencer, Esq. A Pulse Signature and a Heavy Pine.- Sa-iuel Bronmfield, ot the Crown beerhouse. BeObampton. appeared to the information of Superintendent Harvey, charged Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    1 ____=_____________■ ' AUCTION SALES. 1 1 Messra Perkins and Sons sold by auction yesterday • (Friday), the freehold residence. No. 9, Anglesea-place, the price realised being £1040; at the same sale two leasehold houses, Nos. 4 and 6, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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