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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eighteen. The bill was read a second time, as also were the Afar- risges Legadisation (St. P'eltI's Church at Pooley Bridge) Bill, and tire Marriages Legalisation (St. John thie Evangelist Chapel, in the palisb of Shustoke) Bill. The Gas Orders Subscribers-only content

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    M1ISC IiLLANEOIIS. The Real Property Vensdors and Purchasers Bill passed through committee. The Marriage ~egalisation (St. Paul's Church, at Pooley Bridge, and Sr. John the Evangelist's Chaplel, parish of Shustokel eBills the Hlertford Colle~ge Oxford Bill, asid the Public Wtorks Subscribers-only content

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    Bristol, posting. nnaster. . HE:ty JAusEs Mooir; Cottefliam, Cambridgeslcire, and .Alrlket Place, Nottingham, farmer, he. W.sLILLIAM lAIrVxrNsue, Son liotel, Pooley Bridge, Weatmore. lend, and lonrvick Street, Liverpool, innkeeper and licensed victualler. Ilrnmy BoRIarN Cou.ezEos, Son., Cleethorpes Cleo, Lincoln. shire, late Subscribers-only content

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    in favour of the proposed new line, and to follow up the movement by- a pblie meeting to be-heldat Pooley Bridge. General Viscouat Templotown -George Frederick Upton, third peer), G.Ci., who is an Irish represetatinve peer asd colonel of tse-2nd Subscribers-only content

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    JA5IES CousEs, Esg, of Bank Mouse, near Reighlley, formerly ill tlse worsied business, at Bradford. tH Same day, at Pooley Bridge, near Penrith. aged t, ALFtED a and oil Satiirday, aged 4, FIIANCIS PERCIiVAL, children of the Rev. P. F. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Barton

    gradually rises from 100, 50, 25 feet, etc. as it proceeds north-eastward to where the Eamont flows out at Pooley Bridge. The islands, Cheery Holme, Wall Holme, Ling Holme and House Holme, are all masses of solid rock rising steeply

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    On the future water supply of London, 1866

    terminating- at the north end of (Jlls - water, into which lake, and into the river Eamont it would deliver at Pooley Bridge . These three conduits would intercept all the waters of the river Lowther , and its tributaries Subscribers-only content

    Report on the water supply of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and district, 1884

    constructing an aqueduct of 80 miles in length, which was to leave the lake near its out¬ let at Pooley Bridge , and, passing Penrith , Armathwaite , Milton , Gilsland , Haltwhistle , Corbridge , Whitle Dean, and Newburn Subscribers-only content

    Geology of the Lake District, 1800

    dipping under the carboniferous limestone of High Gate and Penruddoek. Tn tracing this system in a south-eastern direction from Pooley Bridge , it is met with in the stream of the Lowther several times, as far as Shap Abbey ; Subscribers-only content

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