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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 2, June 1601, 01 June 1601-30 June 1601

    burning, & c., the Newton of Irdington in Gilsland. Third. Also at the slaughter and hership of Little Corby, Great Corby, Warwick brigend, Warwick town, when the Larde Warwicke, & c., were taken prisoners and have paid great ransoms, to Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    A Monumental Group, 1811

    A Monumental Group A woman wearing a cloak over her head gesturing up to left at a source of light and bending consolingly over another who sits back faint and sorrowful with a child lying across her lap, looking

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ESTABLI~~~~~~~~~~aFD A~~~~~~~dS. AUCTION BOOMS and OFFICES:-. kASiT-lALt.DE, LEEDS. HROSE and CARRIAGE RIOPOSITORYr- YORK-PLC.LECED._L M..... Messs. HPP~RThe Yorkshire Repository, wieLlncdefm yesers. REPPERand SONS' Sale onTusv e wlInudfrn 3 0 Ftrmer0,HORSES, the proporty dof Gef(a 181 following are worth, wttO-tinl; - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bd and an w Bounciug Bob II., Donald Cauna- Lady Tempest. Mrn James Alexan-der's f d Billy Miller (late Great Corby) Glenkirin-Bonuie Loon, agst Mr. Thomas Williamson as bit and w d Most be Klins. broth~er to Bonnie Doors-Lady Leahb. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1. ob.-.e Isthat Mr. Tom Grbahm, Great Corby, Carlisle, is disposing of his entire kernnel of run- ning dogs at the Royal Repository, Barbican, London, oa Saturday, the 6th January next He offers twenty-eight lobs, which includes some well-known performers, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hertfordshire; and Choshunt-terrace and Grange-road, Bar- mondsey, auctioneer.-J. LLEWELLIN, Bristol, haberdasher. INSOLVENT PETITIONERS.-T. ENIORMAN, leovil, Somerset- shire, shoemaker.-J. DIXQN, Great Corby, Cumberland, journeyman joiner.-J. ROWELL, Riekergate, Cumberland, joiner.-S. DAVIS, Rooksmore, Gloucestershire, brewer.-J. CALLIS, Runcorn, Cheshire, cabinetmaker-E. MOSS, Bulckingham, bookbinder. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wesleyan (Brampton), Rev. J. Reed, Rev. James Taylor; Brampton Primitive (morning), ' Rev. J. Taylor (evening), Rev. W. Welford; Great Corby, Rev. G. Whitehead; Walton, Mr Henry C. Wood; Cleskett, Rev. J. Snaith ; Calces, Mr J. Featherstone. SUNDAY SCHOOL Subscribers-only content

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