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    age and retains all his faculties. Newcastle Chronicle . 1809 6 October. Tosca Bridge over T osca Beck, or Lupton Beck, or Bleabeck, is presented as being in great decay, and that it ought to be repaired at the expense British History Online

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    was unkennelled on the Rough Crag. Away he went at a rat- tling pace down by Newbiggin and to Lupton Beck, where he made a double back again for a wood called Bell's Planting ; here he made an attempt Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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