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  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Barbon

    October. Presentment that a common public bridge called Barbon Bridge situate over Barbon beck in the highway called the Low Road leading from the town of Sedbergh to the town of K. Lonsdale is very ruinous and in great decay,

    Supplementary Records, Heversham and Milnthorpe

    before Whitsuntide. We can see remnants of the pre-turnpike road as it passed over Sizergh Fell and in the "Low Road" at Leasgill, and we can clearly trace it passing through the site of the modern Heversham School and along

    Records of Kendale, The main roads

    Brettagh Holt Lodge is very noticeable. The old highway at Leasgill was by what is now known as the "Low Road" but instead of widening this, the Trustees took the Turnpike over the top of Leasgill Brow. The fourth Act

    Index, L - Z

    Layerholme , John, 157. Layfield , John, 167, 271. Lazonby Rectory , 260, 261. Leasgill Brow , 14. " Low Road, 232. " Toll-gate, 14. Leather Hall , Kendal , 97. Leave Brigg , Beetham , 244. Lecke , Adam,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bradford, t1 grocer and beerseller. ri l SAISAsI PEN-iosm,Towngate, Northowram, near Halifax, diaper, r ad wio.r iai JAMZs BUXTOY, Low Road, Hunslet, Leeds, grocer and con. d a fectioner. P lie ISAAC A. WELLS. Rose Cottage, Syston, Leicestershire, boot I. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tir- mission agent. nts JAMES WILLIAzi DALE, Lowerhead Row, Leeds, hoster and de- glover. 3ir- JOHN PILLINO, Low Road, Hunslot, Leeds, grocer and pro- ed- vision dealer. d RODERT GREsHAMe, Melville Street, Lincoln, butcher. t red SAMUEL WILLIAMS, Gore Cockett, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOUNDERSt and LEAD MERCHANTS.-To be DfI- T.LPOSdED) OF. Fifteen Tens of LEAD and ANTIMONY.-Apply to James Jubb, Leadi Sielter, Low Road, Huoslet, Leeds. c366l 1 'O PHOTOGRAPHERS -For PA-LE, choap, a DARIC TEN17, --with Stand; an air-tight Bath. and Camera, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lombard Street, London. .J.AmEs SssEr.iam, 23, Shalcespearo Terraco, Upper Holloway, Middlescx, boot and ehoe dealer, . L.ewrn E-rtorExsse, 262,- Low Road; Deptford, Surrey, and. Lion Wharf, Grecuialch, Kent, etonemeason, builder, aued con- tractor. ' HreNny ronxnn, IFitchen, 1Tertfordshlro, corn merchant. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Caledlonian Street, Leeds, lately trading at Biiggate, Leeds, with Philip Pargeter, lately glass and china dealer. WALTEcL ORANisH, Low Road, Iunslet, Leeds, tobacconist. JeimnS LisrL15, Oldhamu Street, Manchester, residing at Bloomebrery, Rusholme Road, Chorlton-on-Msedlock, general mourning outfitter.- WVILI.IAM SwANXN, Subscribers-only content

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