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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Stamford

    practices against Henry IV was Friar John Leycestre of the convent of Stamford , 1402. 70 William Russell, a Grey Friar , maintained in a sermon at Stamford in 1424 that a religious might lie with a woman without sin.

    The parish of Furness

    the Duddon below Ulpha , having the peaks of Wetherlam (2,502 ft.), Carrs (2,525 ft.), Great How (2,625 ft.), Grey Friar (2,537 ft.), Coniston Old Man , the highest point in the county (2,633 ft.), Dow Crag (2,558 ft.), and

    Index A-K

    ; Lady Jane , 302; Thos., mqss. of Dorset , see Dorset Grey de Wilton , Eliz., Lady, 194 Grey Friar , peak, 286 Greygarth Fell , 225, 240 Greynhaldy , Thos., 326 Grim , Rob., 359 n Grimbald ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the gates of Frankfort, and includes the appearance of Mefistofele to Faust, and his companion Wagner, as a Grey Friar. Heralds exhibit proclamations, mountebanks go through their performances, soldiers pass across the stage, a stately cavalcade makes its way Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RAILWAY COLIUSION&. On Saturday evening a collision of an alarming character occurred on the London' and North-Western ilway,' at Crewe, by.whioh fourteen passengers were seriously in- jured. It appears thset an exorroion train frorn London to various seaside resortsijin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRMINGHAM POLIOC COURT. YESTERDAY. Boore sMessws. Miialentore,-Lucy, nd Lan. STEALING WooD.-MCidte6l Reed and Huarolt Sweeney, both ls4ourer% and residing In London'PrentioeStreet,werecharged with stealing a quantity of wood, the property of Mr. W. B. Briggs, from Premises belonging to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had been engaged In making a culvert At the cotton works, ,were drinking together on Saturday evening, at the Grey Friar public-house-a place of very low repute-ia Grey Frlare' Lane. The other company In the house at the time consisted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    atfight in the lane. He at once went down than lane, where he met S9asdbridge, the landlord of the Grey Friar, who told him that there were nome navvle and others fighting together, and that they were mardering one another. Subscribers-only content

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