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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    giving it a separate representative.-Mr, -OUNT supported the amendment.-Mr. GoULauRN having insinuated that there was one principle for the river Tyne and another for the river Medway-Mr. T. DuNcoMEs said, as the friend of Lord Durham, that this insinuation was Subscribers-only content

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    LAST OF THE UMFREVIrvES.-The beautiful ruins of Prudhoe Castle, with their surrounding scenery on the south side of the river Tyne, have always been ob- jects of interest to the inhabitants of Newcastle and Northumberland, and have become within the Subscribers-only content

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    the tender. Had the accident occurred twenty yards further along the line, where the railway runs close to the river Tyne, the whole train would have gone into the water. The engineer was a steady driver, but the morning was Subscribers-only content

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    A dreadful colliery explosion has taken place near South Shields, at Jarrow, a sruall mining vil- lage on the river Tyne. The accident occurred on Thursday afternoon, at which time ninety men and boys were at Work in the pits; Subscribers-only content

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    pounds. SEVEN YOUNG GIRLS nROtNwrD.-An arcitlent atteoided %with tCie loss of seven lives occurred ott Monday last on tre river Tyne. A steamboat from Newcastle to Marsden Rock, ott a pleasure trip, stopped at How-tien to take in passengers. A Subscribers-only content

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

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    of York Location: Newcastle (Northumberland) Place(s): Newcastle Upon Tyne (Novum Castrum super Tyna) : township Location: York : city Place(s): YorkAldwark (Aldwerk) : street name Location: Northumberland Place(s): River Tyne (aqua vocata Tyne) : undefined Location: York (Ebor') : city


    Castle (Blenkinsopp Castle) : undefined Cumberland Location: Westminster (Westminster) : undefined Location: Parsons Sheeld (Parsons Sheeld) : habitation Cannot identify Location: River Tyne (Tine) : waterways Location: Haltwhistle (Northumberland) Place(s): Haltwhistle (Hartwisle) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Durham (Dunelm) : diocese

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Saxon Houses including Wearmouth and Jarrow

    monast ery of virgins which, as has been shown above, was situated not far from the mouth of the River Tyne , where he was honourably welcomed by the religious, and, in a worldly sense, most noble handmaid of Christ

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LANGTON, William, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb.

    accorded him a licence to keep a private oratory in his own home. He also had property across the river Tyne in Gateshead, and it may be that the bonds which he and two other merchants, Robert Hebburn* and John

    MITFORD, John (d.1409), of Molesden in Mitford, Northumb.

    on to his descendants.[footnote]In February 1370, Henry, Lord Percy, made John steward of his manor of Corbridge on the river Tyne, an appointment which he retained for almost 38 years until shortly before his death. His connexion with the Percys


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