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  • * British History Online * *

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    James 1 - volume 65, August 1611, 01 August 1611-31 August 1611

    had a pardon two years ago for stealing plate from his father. Requests permission to redeem some land adjoining Brougham Castle, his principal house in Westmoreland, mortgaged to Braithwaite's father, and now descended to him. Aug. 17. Grant of 228 Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 July 1659-31 May 1660

    letter of Brookes , Sam. Thos., petition of minister Broome , Thos., mayor of Dover letters of pass from Brougham Castle , Westmoreland Broughton , Lieut.-Col. Edw. Brower , Jacobus, petition of Brown , or Browne, Adam Hen. John, storekeeper Subscribers-only content

    North Westmorland, Main roads

    end of Ric. Jameson's barn at Moorhouses and so toward Penrith to a ford across the river Eamont adjoining Brougham Castle, for a length of 1400 yards, is in great decay and a common nuisance and that the inhabitants of

    Parishes (West Ward), St Ninian, Brougham

    and that it possessed a private chapel as early as 1393. But when in 1691 Thomas, lord Tufton, demolished Brougham castle in order to rebuild Appleby castle, James Bird was his steward and it is quite possible that he removed

    Charles I - volume 153, December 1629, 01 December 1629-31 December 1629

    four years ago. Hopes he shall see him at Carleton when his Majesty returns from Scotland by Carlisle to Brougham Castle, his Majesty's next stage, and the writer's next neighbour. Dec. 3. 7. Report, stated in the indorsement of Sec. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LOWTHER, Sir John I, 1st Bt. (1606-75), of Lowther Hall, Westmld.

    charitable uses. Cumb. and Westmld. 1670, recusants, Cumb., Westmld. and N. Riding 1675. Ofifces Held Col. (royalist) ?1642-4; gov. Brougham Castle to 1644. Biography Lowther’s ancestors had been seated at the village from which they took their name since at

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    just published, engraved \ from..jrawingo by J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. and the late celebrated Artist, THOMAS Gl'I, containing Brougham Castle, Boltion Abbey, and the Town of Dartmouth-This work is engraved in mezzotinto, on steel, by Messrs. T. Lupton, Charles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    obliged to you, which I will study to requite, and so I rest, Your assured true friend, AxNE PEEROEI. Brougham Castle, this 3d of November, 1646. Need we remind the reader of the exquisite precision and innocent exactness, worthy of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW BOOKS. sIR WALTER SCOTT'S JOURNAL.* There has been in recent years no contribution to, literary biography so interesting and so important as I that which is comprised in these volumes. Very. copious use was made of this journal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his Lordship hap- pened to mention a design he entertained of purchasing a specimen of this famed manufacture for Brougham Castle - .and no more was said or heard on the subject until his homeward return, when again at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and tomb of Owen Ciesarius, Near these pillars is a third stone, called the Giant's Thumb. Two miles below Brougham Castle, on the steep banks 4 of the Eamont, are two excavations in the rock, having l traces of a Subscribers-only content

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