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  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Martin Ford: a descriptive temperance tale, 1800

    How changed was he from the noble and manly being who had wooed her from her happy home at Cross Fell 's She looked upon him as he lay asleep; she fancied that the fine intellectual expression of his face Subscribers-only content

    Martin Ford: a descriptive temperance tale, 1800

    his own house the outer door was opened by the old nurse whom Agnes had brought with her from Cross Fell . Martin entered the parlor- ' Where is your mistress ?' said he, quickly, and without waiting for a Subscribers-only content

    Martin Ford: a descriptive temperance tale, 1800

    long a journey alone, Martin accompanied her. It was a fine spring afternoon when the post chaise which they had hired at the next town drove thro'the lane which led to Cross Fell 's. Agnes opened the window, and leaned Subscribers-only content

    Martin Ford: a descriptive temperance tale, 1800

    to her companion, ' Poor dear! she did not look like the same blythe young thing that had left Cross Fell 's three years before, but sad and melancholy, like one who had seen much trouble.' ' Sorrow takes the Subscribers-only content

    Martin Ford: a descriptive temperance tale, 1800

    | Kedron. j A visit from the clergyman was always hailed with joy by the in- \ mates ot Cross Fell 's, and even Agnes, who had almost forgotten how I to smile, seemed animated with pleasure as he seated Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (East Ward), St Michael, Kirkby Thore

    "the air or wind from the east, ascends the gradual slope of the Pennine chain to the summit of Cross Fell, where it enters the helm or cap and is cooled to a less temperature; it then rushes forcibly down

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the high moors or fells in the north of England. Whoever has traversed the bleak heights, of Hartside or Cross Fell, on his road from Westmoreland to the dales of Yorkshire,- and has been welcomed there by the winds and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OPEN COUR'UNG MEETING. YESTERDAY. The NORTH L.kNCASHIRE: STAKES. for Dog Puppies. Blackball bt Crown Imperial II. I Zan'ibar beat Cross Fell King Ben.beat Wild Dream I Hamilton ja bye) Ignatiu3a beat Shylock l Blackheall beat Ignatius Hamilton (a bye) Kicg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Northuberland werd three weeks agko civeled w*ith snow, njearlv a footidepiti ; he high itnountairls in Cumberland, viz. Cross Fell, tIelvellyn, and Ski5ldaw, are in a simnilar situation ; and those in Scotland have beet covered to their tops Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    head of Itlueboroeghmatight be seen risirrg starve a chain of York- silrs hulls; fad. duc east, the mountain of Cross Fell, near the borders otiD~uham,.nsqreeed from us a considerable portioln of that coanty. Tbq bold fcteniof Saddleback. sceesed almost withir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    violent headaches. r- On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday last, that singular e phenomenon, the " helm wind," peculiar to Cross Fell, in Cumberm ;, land, blew and raged with more violence and terrificneas than it has g been known to Subscribers-only content

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