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  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Shap

    is vicar; may it please your majesty that Thomas Wakefield of Yealand in co. Lancaster and John Machell of Low Plains in co. Cumberland be appointed the new Commissioners. And be it further enacted that James Parnell of Askham, land

    Parishes (East Ward), St Lawrence, Appleby

    vicarage and church of St. Lawrence; Rev. Joseph Milner was the vicar. The Commissioners appointed were James Watson of Low Plains in Cumberland and Thomas Hudson of Carlisle. 1823 1 August. Indenture between George Thompson of Appleby, banker, of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have been privately sold to a commercial man of standingin Glasgow and London, who some years ago bought the Low Plains estateon Broadfield. The price is said to be £55,000. The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and the Countess S en. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    surface. t Three months later, on the first mild day in March, I Will Fairlie, who bad taken the Low Plains farm down in the valley, leaving his mother and younger brother at 3 the old place, rode up the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lake, ou Tues- day week, w.hich weighed 12Jlb. At Mr. Macliell . sale of improved short- horned cattle, at Low Plains, on Tuesday week, the cows und calviiig heifers averaged £17 each, and the young stock in proportion. At the Subscribers-only content

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    Same day, Mrs. Prescott, of Siandisbgate House, Wigan, in the -52d year of ber age. On Sunday sennight, at Low Plains, near Carlisle, in tbe S2d year of her age, Mrs. Macbell, relict of the lUv Henry Machell, of iluinaldkirk, Subscribers-only content

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    Queen's Head, Newcastle-upon- Tyne ; Crown, Kendal ; King's Head, Appleby ; of Messrs. Mnchell and Watson, Laud Surveyors, Low Plains, near Penrith ; Mr. Lowden, solicitor' Clement's Inn, London ; and of Hoggart and Phil- lips, Old Broad-street, Royal Subscribers-only content

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