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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of 031,000,000 gallons, and a drainage area of over 7,000 acreeL the water coming from GrlmWith 3eok, Gateup Gill, Blea Beck. and other minor sources. The reservoir is about 877 feet above sea level, the greatest height of the embankment Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tis iteresting bill, so w~e will :hurry on. A gnood 'shal-ile futher on we comue tso the source of Blea Beck, in a plearant graas-gowavl holltow. We' feel thlat eve hare now lost oaur guide, card are left quite to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edward's, Romford, RICHABD Carington Smith Carington, of Blea Beck, Hallow, Worcester, younger son of Richard Smith Carington, of Barbourne-house, Worcester, to Alice Susanna, only daughter of Edwabd Condeb, of Elm Hurst, Romford, and Terry Bank, Old Town, Kirkby Lonsdale, West- Subscribers-only content

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