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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STANHOPE, Walter (1749-1822), of Cannon Hall, nr. Barnsley and Horsforth, nr. Leeds, Yorks.

    to Sir James Lowther, who had seven seats to fill, three of them contested. By the time he reached Lowther Castle Parliament was dissolved. ‘You are come in right time’, Lowther said to him. ‘We have plenty on our hands,

    CREEVEY, Thomas (1768-1838).

    have the "decayed Member" restored".[footnote] He continued his wandering existence (which took in visits to the Tory stronghold of Lowther Castle in August 1827 and to Whig houses in Ireland in the autumn of 1828) and kept up his lively

    LOWTHER, William, Visct. Lowther (1787-1872).

    took pride in instigating land drainage schemes and patronising London and provincial opera, but he spent little time at Lowther Castle. He died at Carlton Terrace in March 1872, remembered for his wealth, love of the arts and electioneering, and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tle lion. Gentleman proceeded to read anl com- ment on the " loval declaration," which had been isstied f-romt Lowther Castle, and smuggled throngh the eonnty feer Si Tatures. It lied no priniter's lanme, oni which Mr. Broughain asked,-" Do Subscribers-only content

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    supporters of Government. Tlhius one professing to be a " Declaration of the county of Westmoreland," was issued from Lowther Castle (the mansion of the greatest Boroughmonger ii England) and handed about fior-names; but being found too outrage- ouslv loyal Subscribers-only content

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    holders to vote for him as the means cf rescuing the county fLom the haughty and intolerable domination of Lowther Castle. Mr CRACELtEnRaORtPE, in seconding the nominiation.alluded tothe cleri- Cal inftuence exerted in favcueoftlie Lowthers, He knew, lie said, talatthe Subscribers-only content

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    mearning !-Memoeirs of a French Sergeant. LoWTHEP BILLs.-We understand there are sad blue looks at the treasury chamber in Lowther Castle, as the bills for the late contest pour in from allquatteis. One innkeeper's account at Appleby has made its Subscribers-only content

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    We answer at once-Yes. It is better chat th~gji~d.~ Pea' >uld'In>with fewer servants, and even live in hpuspebl~, ci Lowther Castle, thau that the middle classes should be thinned by bankruptcy and pauperism, and the working classes cut off by Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Carlisle

    in the twelfth year of the reign of Henry VI . 1433-4 . 148 In the muniment room of Lowther Castle there is an original lease of a tenement in Cardew , dated at Rose on 11 August 1457 ,

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendices, Architects of note

    Office in St. Martins-le-Grand and the main facade of the British Museum . In his younger days he rebuilt Lowther Castle between the years 1802 and 1808; in 1810 the southern tower of Carlisle Citadel; and in 1812 the cloister

    Haverbrack and Arnside

    esq., paid a yearly rent of 2s. in respect of Haverbrack to the Marquis Fee; Rental and Extent at Lowther Castle. 1764 At the Court Baron of Daniel Wilson, esq. (a minor), lord of the manor of Heversham, holden by

    Affairs of the East India Company, Minutes of evidence: 17 June 1830

    0 3 Henry Templer 1822, Nov. 13th. Charles Grant 1,246 A. 20 12 0 3 William Moffat Nov. 12th. Lowther Castle 1,427 A. 20 12 6 3 John Crosthwait Nov. 13th. Abercrombie Robinson 1,331 A. 21 0 0 6 Henry

    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Shap

    Lonsdale of the 1st part; Adam Potts of Shap, gent. of the 2nd part; and Henry Cecil Lowther of Lowther Castle, Edward William Hasell of Dalemain, John Hill of Bankfoot, Rev. William Jackson D.D. of Lowther, Rev. Robert Milner of

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Lowther Castle Seat of the Earl of Lonsdale, 1829

    Lowther Castle Seat of the Earl of Lonsdale A castle with round turrets and battlements, a square portico with pointed arches in front of the main door, people on the grass in the park in front of low battlemented walls

    Lowther Castle Seat of the Earl of Lonsdale, 1829

    Lowther Castle Seat of the Earl of Lonsdale A castle with round turrets and battlements, a square portico with pointed arches in front of the main door, people on the grass in the park in front of low battlemented walls

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