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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Durham Rivers, bridges and mills

    Formerly after flowing from Shincliffe Bridge north-westward to Maiden Castle Wood, instead of taking a turn to the north-east, as it now does, it skirted the northern slope of Maiden Castle and took a U-shaped curve back to its present

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    the Historical Account of the Environs of London ( 1811 ) Maiden Cas . R. E. M. Wheeler , Maiden Castle , Dorset (Society of Antiquaries, Research Committee Report no. 12) Manuel J. Déchelette, Manuel d'archéologie préhistoire, celtique et gallo-romaine

    The city of Durham Jurisdictions

    be the principal route to Shincliffe until the river washed away ' New Way ,' where it passed under Maiden Castle Wood. Raton Row was formerly a much more important thoroughfare, as it led to the Scaltok Mills. Except for

    Parishes St Oswald's - Introduction

    this time onwards it became merely two farm houses usually occupied by foremen or 'hinds.' 9 Just south of Maiden Castle Wood is the Shincliffe road , its junction with Hallgarth Street being marked by Philipson's Cross, of unknown origin.

    The city of Durham Introduction (1 of 3)

    in recent years with every prospect of rapid development. We pass to the origin and development of the city. Maiden Castle , to the south-east of Durham , indicates a prehistoric settlement in Elvet 16 and probably the occupation at

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Land, Salley Landes) : fieldname Location: Ryther (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Lead Grange (Lead Grange) : manor Location: Saxton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Maiden Castle (Mayden Castell) : undefined Location: Osen Dike Ing (Osendyke Ynge) : fieldname Location: Hornyngton Ing (Hornyngton Ynge) : fieldname


    : undefined Location: Osyn Dike Ing (Osyndike Inge) : fieldname Cannot identify - spelling modernised. Location: Saxton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Maiden Castle (Mauden Castle) : undefined Location: York : city Place(s): YorkSt Leonard's Hospital, York (Hospitali Sancti Leonardi in Civitate Ebor)

  • * British History Online *

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    XVII, Charter of Robert I confirming charter XII

    charter granted be King Alexander his predecessor last deceist, [which wes King Alexander the 3d ] dated at the Maiden Castle the eighteenth day of June, and of the said King Alexander his rigne the twenty sixth yeir, [which wes

    XII, Charter requiring officers of Dumbarton not to trouble men of Glasgow in passage from Argyll (1275)

    privilege going to and returning from Argyle with their merchandise. Maiden Castle, Edinburgh, 18 June 1275. Charter granted be King Alexander [the third ] , dated at the Maiden Castle, the eighteenth day of June, and of the said King

    X, Charter granting rights of trade in Argyll and Lennox (1242-3)

    Lothian, William archdeacon of Lothian, Henry of Balliol chamberlain, William of Lindesay, Philip of Maleuill justiciar of Scotland. At Maiden Castle, the 11th day of January, in the year of the reign of our lord the King the twenty eighth.

    North Westmorland, Railways

    Bowes Moor and then to the wild and sombre moorland of the summit. After passing the Rere Cross and Maiden Castle the first station met with is at Barhouse, now Barras. And then the line passes over the river Belah,

    North Westmorland, Main roads

    George III, 1769, continued the term and included the repairing and widening of the road from Blackhause Bottom, near Maiden Castle, to Kaber Cross; and also the road from Barras to the collieries at Taylor Rigg, Tan Hill and King's

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '5s3151 of re the West Riding surveyor rero mh900. to £1,20i per ~tannum. 3 While marking at the butts'at Maiden Castle, nre, , Dorchester, on Wednesday, Sergeant Hickey was shob ain the thigh. A number of men belonging to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Imperial Light Horse, and they are defended by a couple of redoubts, with 0-uns-ab Maiden Castle on the right, and M;iddlelIill on the left. Maiden Castle is held by the Gordon Highlanders. Our defensive positions round Ladysmith, wvbich include fourteen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a young wo- iman, a servant in tie employment rf Mr. Shatsio, of New Elvet. She wan proceeiiing slong Maiden Castle h Wood, towoartis a field near tie Nabb's End whitler r lshe was going for the purpose of milking Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being tested they were pronounced to be pure gold. The f whole weigh nineteen ounces. The Roman encampment at Maiden Castle (on Stainmoor), that at Rokeby, and the D large one at Gatherly-moor, with its large tumulus, might all afford Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    40 acres are Iet out for recreation grounds, an ten acres for field gardens. The historic Boman works at Maiden Castle are to be maintained intact. RIoRT OF WAY DIPTE AT DEwsnuay. - On Tuesday, at the Dew-busy County Court, Subscribers-only content

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