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    in the possession of Henry Herles. 53 The present lord of the manor is Mr. William Moore Wood of Crosby Lodge , Carlisle . The grange of Middleton Quernhow , which was held by the abbey of Jervaulx at the Victoria County History

    Parishes (West Ward), St Laurence, Crosby Ravensworth

    of the church; (9) two east of Gilts; (10) one on Crosby Gill three-quarters of a mile south of Crosby Lodge; (11) another a quarter of a mile W.N.W. of the last at an altitude of 1156 feet; (12) another British History Online

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    Ulleewater of 15 miles 78 chains. The direction of the line of tunnel through Shap Fell passes directly under Crosby Lodge and' terminates in a ravnne down which flows Blind Beck, at a total length from Ulleewater of 21 miles Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    on passage from tile West Itildis Mol.rhoiid, half pay Glengarry Fencibles, Quebec. Paymasterr...Birs h, half pay Greek Light ntoantry, Crosby Lodge, near Carlisle, Atljttant... Conwav, latedth Irish 13rigade. Quarter Master... Hoduier, late of Grenadier Guards, iheliporton. Conmiissariat Departmsetnt...Deputy Assistant Comminssary-General Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    daughter. v!~, >ov. 15, at the lNational Bank, Listowel. 1}vtl Fraser, Fsq., of a daughter. . N(,. 17, at Crosby Lodge, Chigwell, Essex ', n. ,f *ildllam IStblo Fry, Biq., of a daughter' ,;~flxSl-Nov. 1i, thr wife vo Major-General *};, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Johnson, Esq., Bank House, Runcorn. Colonel V. A. King, Oxton. S. Ledward, Esq., Hill Bank, Frankby. H. Mason, Esq., Crosby Lodge, Ashton-under-Lyne. E. Moss, Esq., Ravenscroft Hall. S. C. Starkey, Esq., Wrenbury. P. White way, Esq., Runcorn. E. A. Wright, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    I Shorthorn bid ii, above two arid under three years old, 1, John "R.lph, Meaborn Hall: 2, Robert Taylor, Crosby Lodge ; 3, Will'am Handle. Shorthorn bull, above one and uuder two years old, 1, Wm Handley ; 2, William Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    or field : 1, M. Brad- shaw, Old Carr, Pilling ; 2, Thomas Rigg, Grange Hotel; h.c, R. Hutton, Crosby Lodge, Milntho.pe. Three years old tilly : 1, W. Cape, Low Meathop, Grange ; 2, T. Sanderson, Ellel. Two years Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the most severe '- : teuieiubcicd. A Westmorland man. living on bis :l " 1. • iches, uid from Crosby Lodge near i-s :-The 12th of Jam.aiy is a day which I( *ei I. brgctlen Ly Ibose « bo saw Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    late Rev. Thomas Spedding, A.M. of Whitehaven. On Wednesday sennight, in consequence of a fall from his horse, at Crosby Lodge, near Carlisle, David Kennedy, Esq.- one of h*** Majesty's Justices of tbe Peace, and a Deputy lieutenant for Cum- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    £10; Ray. Canon Wray, Leven Rectory, Beverley, £5 5s ; Misa Wray, Loeon Rectory, Beverley, £5 ss. Miss Lowry, Crosby Lodge, Carlisle, £10; Mrs. S Wilsoa. Burrow Beck, Lancaster, £10 10s. ; John Wyoergb. Papcastle, Coekermooth, £10 10s. ; Oliver Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    from the West Indies j Moorhead, h. p. Glen- garry E'enc, (Quebec. Paymaster- Birch, h. p. Greek Lt. Inf., Crosby Lodge, near Car- lisle. Adjutant- Conway, late 4 Irish Brii,». Quarter- Master- Hodder, late of Gren. (ids., Shepperton. Commissariat DepartmenU-Dep. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ISth inst, at Crosby Lodge, Carlisle, the wife of Mufprare Horton Brisco, Esq., ol twin sons, prematu r ely, one surviving only a few hours. Bi'TLKR.- On the 22d inst., at 69, St. Georges-square, the Hon. Mis. Bobeit Butltr. of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Vice-Con3ula f e, Boulogne- tur-iier, the wife of Williai- _ngind, Esq., of a son. Wni!:uK,-On tho 31st ult., at Crosby Lodge, Tonpiay, t!i3 wife ol Luke Wheeler, Esq., ofa daughter. Wilkie.- On the 31st ult., at :1, lpper Berkeley-street, the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    torraee, Kensing- ton, the wife of Mr. Alexander Chalmers, of a A,-n. Glexxy -On the 3d inst , at Crosby Lodge, Wandsworth-road, ! the wife of W. J. Glenny, Esq., of a daughter. Maxbury.- On the 3d inst., at Bastrop Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Mounsey, Carlisle; ilrs. Page, Carlisle ; Mrs. Wiseman, 1, Orme-square, Bayswater, VV.; Mrs. Aiu Lei on, Woodside; Mrs. Brisco, Crosby Lodge ; Miss U._ell. Dalemain; Hon. Mrs Fetherstonhaugli, Ribworth Hall, Lc hitter: Mrs. C. J. Ft-nruson. Carlisle; Mrs. Doblnson, Munwix Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    >f Sale, Victoria. On the 28th inst., at the Church of St Mary _*• £-*__■£ Walter Willim, youngw s^n Crosby Lodge. SW Wandsworth.^o Co_s_anee ■&5K dMBbte ot tbe •*•Frede^ fV-On the 29th inst, at St. Michael's, Wood- iy, younger son Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Knells; Mis. Mounsey, Carlisle; Mrs. Page, Carlisle ; Mrs. Wiseman, 1, Orme-square. Bayswater, W.; Mrs. Aitci.e.on, Woodside; Mrs. Brisco, Crosby Lodge; Misj Basel], Dakniaiu ; Hon. Mrs Fetherstonhaugli. Ribworth Hall, Ltietfcier; Mrs. C. J. Fereusem, Carlisle; Mrs. Dobinson, Stanwix: Mrs. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    8.A., between Mr. James Beaumont Buchanan, C.E., and Miss Emilie Florence Bremer, daughter of Mr. J. F. Bremer, of Crosby Lodge, Tulse-hill. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. A. E. Woods, 3d Sikh Punjaub Frontier Force, as best man, and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TM URSE WANTED, age 18 to 20, for two children, five and seven ii years old.- Apply Mrs. 8., Crosby Lodge, Trinity-road, Tulse- hill. S.W. TV URSE WANTED immediately for little boy two years old, and i. i to take Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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