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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Geology Geological Map of West Somerset Orographical Map

    Upper Limestone Shales and Millstone Grit appear. The Carboniferous Limestone is there to a considerable extent repeated by the Great Clifton fault, which has thrown down the beds on the north to an extent estimated by Prof. C. Lloyd Morgan

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Role: appellate Details: male Participant: ChristopherAtkinson [Atkinson] Role: witness Details: male; 69 Employment: Labourer Location: Workington (Cumberland) Place(s): Great Clifton(Great Clifton) : undefined Participant: DanielPaw [Poow] Role: witness Details: male; 82 Employment: Tailor Location: Workington (Cumberland) Place(s): Workington (Workington)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Burns's Johnny Morgan Mr. Neild's Nat Miller beat hlr. Causey's Cappy Mr. Grahamos Red Gauntlet beat MIr. Ilusgrava's Great Clifton Mr. Burgess's Brave Scot beat Air. Bass's Albert Edward Psycho beat Nat Miller I Red Gauntlet beat Brave Scot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    life is despaired of. Tbe first dead body foucsd was that of Henry Nealy, aged tweiity-oue, a collior, from Great Clifton. He was frightfcully masacgled, sand waVs at oncee conveyed to the Caledoniain. Inn, English Dam -side. Half ai hour Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who wereheoth badly injured. The i Istbodv Efoulid was that of I-eury Nealy, aged tw oenty-osn, a collier, tfrom Great Clifton. He was frightfully lnnggled. s)st Iwas at once cotveyed to the Cale'donioll itits, Entglislt .iani-side. 1alf ala hiour-afterioiade the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Mr. Mden's Eu'!erpe sndlhd the , t!eh.ipd Stlaks3 b. Slitei 7 Sweelbrta~r,' LYTlHIt MEETING, Dec. 6 antd '.-:th Great Clifton Cup (16 dogs) was won bh Mr. Easterby's iildfaist,'beating in th'e deciding course, 'Alr. Tiltiams'9'Plodder. The Lylllii i aPuipW Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bake, at the Post-offlce Hotel, Liverpool, on or before the 4th proximo, where the entering and drawing 'for the Great Clifton Cup andTalbot Stakes will also take place on the 16th of next month. Should the weatherprove favorable, innmense sport Subscribers-only content

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