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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Barley with Wheatley Booth

    1,830 ft. 3 ; on the east is Stank Top, attaining 1,060 ft.; down the valley between them flows Black Moss Water from its source near Firbar House on the Yorkshire border. In the southern end of the valley, about

    Townships Chipping

    FD 27. The same Henry and Maud in 1358 obtained land between Whitacres and Countes Hey and between the Black Moss and Loud; ibid. no. FD 45; box 13 B. These and other lands in Chipping , Wheatley , Wilpshire

  • * British History Online * *

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    Supplementary Records, Windermere - Undermilbeck and Applethwaite

    point near its junction with the Mint and thence pass Burneside, through Ratherheath Plantation, by Staveley, Middle Fair Bank, Black Moss, Droomer Style, Birthwaite and Troutbeck Bridge Mill to the side of Windermere beyond the woods of Rayrigg and Calgarth,

    Index, A - K

    147, 205. Black Brow Bridge , 301. Black Dyke , Foulshaw , 244. " Bridge, Storth , 256, 257. Black Moss , Staveley , 206. Black Yews Scar , Witherslack , 211. Blaikbanks , Stricklands , 142. Bland , James,

    Cases before the Committee, March 1646, 01 March 1646-31 March 1646

    Anne, and his children, Ga- briel and Elizabeth, all dead, the purchaser of it being Rich. Sherborne; also of Black Moss, assingned by Sherborne to Gabriel Hesketh for eight years, now expired. Both premises have been purchased from Sherborne by Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ainsworth, Author of 'The Constable of theTower,' 'Lord Mayor of London,' &C., &c. (Post VOv.pp. viii, 400.) Chapmanmend li1ahl-' Black Moss.' A Talc by aTarn'. By&teAuthor of 'Miriam May,' and 'Crispin Ken.' In Two Voluimes. (Post 8vo, pp. 324, 320.) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW WORKS. -0- FRASER'S MAGAZINE for JANUARY. Edited by J. A. FizouDrl, M.A. [On Saturday next. CONTENTS: On the Causes of the Crimean War. By F. W. Newman. The lnian Deficit. A Fortnight in Kerry. Second Article. By the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Buildings, Trinity Street, Borough, At the Windermere Police Court, on Tuesday, a young man named Nathan Johnson, residing at Black Moss Farn, Windermere, ras charged with th-rowing a stone a- an engine on the London and 2North-Western Railway, Av ery Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    For thea purpose of transporting mtat. rial, &o., to the top of a hill, called Rise Hill, through which Black Moss tunnel runs, a tramiway is laid, coming out at a place cralled Raygill, about seven miles from Bed'. herghb. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M5onday evening on the works in o nection. with the construction of the Settle and Cat"iile Railway. Near the Black Moss tunnel, about sazee e miles from Sedbergh, a tramway has been laid ioc tl . conveyance of material up Subscribers-only content

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