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  • * British History Online * *

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    Supplementary Records, Langdale

    n. 190; xv, n. 151, 191. 1749/50 12 January. Presentment that Pumpelhow Bridge (Poundfell Howe on Bleamoss Beck) in Little Langdale is a public bridge and in such decay for want of reparation that the subjects of our lord the

    General Index, L, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    Landerstown (co. Kildare) Land tax , the Lane , Lieut. Nathaniel Richard Lieut. Thomas Sir Thomas Langdale . See Little Langdale. Lange , Paul Peter Langestein , John Langford , William Langham , Lettice Langhornes , the three Langhorst , Subscribers-only content

    Grasmere

    in Rydal and Loughrigg, monastic land such as the Conishead Priory estate at Baisbrown, a small freehold estate in Little Langdale, and a freehold at Lickbarrow. Windermere water was a several fishery of the lords of Kentdale, and so it

    Introduction

    in Rydal and Loughrigg, monastic land such as the Conishead Priory estate at Baisbrown, a small freehold estate in Little Langdale, and a freehold at Lickbarrow. Windermere water was a several fishery of the lords of Kentdale, and so it

    Strickland Ketel

    as lying within the vill of Strickland Ketel, Whinfell, Longsleddale, Bannisdale, Skelsmergh, Strickland Roger, Staveley, Hugill, Kentmere, Applethwaite, Undermillbeck, Little Langdale, Crook, Crosthwaite and Winster. It is important to remember that an action described in the plea rolls as relating

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PENNINGTON, Sir Alan (d.1415), of Muncaster and Pennington, Lancs.

    principal seat. Over the years they acquired the manor of Tilberthwaite and land in Ulverston, Lancashire, the manor of Little Langdale in Westmorland, and other holdings in the Cumbrian villages of Gaitscale, Blackhall, Birks and Gosforth as well. Through his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this year uiider caeivas. These geritlenmen have hadi their Alpine sleeping tenit (Whyrnper's niodel) generally at Mlen Tarn, is Little Langdale, the scene of WordswNorthi's "1Silitary ;` hut they speak crf the experience of a night of wind aud raiin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the way of business and, having transacted this, had returned a little after g o'clock by the way of Little Langdale, with a Wm. Flem- ing of that place, having called with him at his house, and had some refreshments. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    we will take tbe Silurian mountains of the English Lake country. Ton may know the valleys of Great and Little Langdale, near Ambleside, with Langdale Pikes and high white ■tones to the north; ana Wetherham and Yewdale bills, near Conistan, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    53 years. Windermere- On the 18th inst., George, eldest son of the late Mr John Logan, aged 23 years. Little Langdale - On the 13th inst., Mr John Nevison, aged 65 years. Kendal- On the 20th inst., Mary, wife of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    towards the salary of tbe mistress of the girls. £1,000 to the Trustees of the school for Great and Little Langdale j £1,000 for Troutbeck j £1,000 at Birthwaite • £1,000 at Ings. In the last four cases the annual Subscribers-only content

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