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Found 36 matches across 4 resources.

  • * British History Online *

    8 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Parishes (East Ward), St Colombe, Warcop

    sanctioned that the house of John Martindale of Bleatarn be licenced as a meeting house for religious worship. And on 8 January following they likewise licenced the house of Edward Hollyday of Bleatarn. 1772 Whereas there is within the manor

    Parishes (East Ward), St Theobald, Musgrave

    and Robert son of Peter Musgrave and his tenants of the other part, concerning common of pasture between Musgrave and Bleatarn. The award was that "there shall remain to Robert son of Peter, 82 acres, viz. from the thorn upon

    North Westmorland, Catholic recusancy and Protestant Dissent

    of England, so that they be used according to law. 1699. The house of John Martindale of Bleatarn. 1700. " Edward Hollyday of Bleatarn. 1702. " John Airey of Butterwick Green, Bampton. 1702. " Thomas Atkinson of Gand Busk, Shap.

    Parishes (East Ward), St Michael, Appleby

    during which time she is to be placed at work and then released. 1709 10 9 January. James Birkbeck of Bleatarn, yeo. and others were indicted for riotously and unlawfully assembling at St. Michael's of Appleby and assaulting William Laikland

    Index, General - A-K

    204, 208, 320, 321, 376. William, 27, 28, 144, 354. Blasker , Crosby Ravensworth , 315. Blea Moor , 21. Bleatarn , 179, 217, 227, 234, 235. cell of Byland abbey, 227. Blencarn , Edward, 141, 181. Humphrey, 142. Mrs.,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 April 1790, 21 April 1790

    intituled, " An Aa for dividing, and enclofing the clofiireBill. " Common and Wafte Grounds within the Manor of " Bleatarn, in the Parifh of Warcop, in the County of " Weßmorland" ftands committed, be revived, and meet To-morrow. a Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1790, 30 April 1790

    the Houfe of Lords* »1. ¦'S* Bleatarn E-i- clofure BiU. Beaumont Peerage', Committee to meet. «d« " clofing the Open fields and Commonable Places in " thePariih of Lutterworth, in the County of Leicefier " to which ihey defire the Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume XXXV, A.D. 1774 - Volume LV, A.D. 1800

    432 INCLOSURES—cottfcVma/,, II. Petitions for Bills for Inclosures, &c—cow^'nwed. renewed and referred, &c.; mi. 233. Report, 324. Petitions against, 458,581. King's consent signified ; voices; Lords Amend- ments agreed to ; 632. r.a.691.—-—Beverley and Skidby (York;; xxxix. 135. Petition Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    returned agreed to, 647 a. Royal Assent, 656 a. WARCOP, Westmorland : Parish of Manor of Bleatarn in ;-Enclosure Bill, 30 Geo. 3. wide Bleatarn. Manor and Township of Enclosure Bill, 55 Geo. 3. from H.C; and read 1% 1. Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1790, 1 March 1790

    are entitled to Right of Common upon certain Par¬ cels of Common and Waste Grounds called Bleatarn Common, and other Waste Grounds within the said Manor and Parish, containing upwards of One thou¬ sand Acres; and that if the said Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crosby Garrett parish, Kennytis orem- Crosby Gas-ret towaship, Little Mal~gra-Ve, Warcois parish, Welbainn In of- Was-cop township, tlea t'arn. othberwiss~ Bleatarn, Barton, otherwis last- Sand loridAshy p~arish, Great Ashy, otiserwise Asby WiVwn- Bitrdall the derwath, otheirwise ttby Wirideiwath, Little G4srthwsn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in succession to Mr. W. O. Roper, resigned. The borough engiueer was iustructed to proceed forthwith with the construction of Bleatarn Reservoir, estimated to cost £60,000. THE ROYAL VISIT TO CREWE. Mr. Arthur Hill, of Crewe, has received a letter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    office, Chester, was unanimously appointed Town Clerk at a salary of £400 per annum, in succession to Mr. W. O. Roper, resigned. The boroagh eneineer was instructed to proceed forthwith witb the construction of Bleatarn Reservoir, estimated to cost £60,000 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wood out of Kentmere. One died at hom< J : from inflammation. I lost another when leadins , | from Bleatarn ; it got its leg broken. That ia four ,; I used to lead wood and carry to Kendal. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the cattle plague, nor any other disease, except one case of inflammation of the lungs, which had been stopped at Bleatarn. and not allowed to approach the fair. They hod a*s» inspected the cattle offered for gale on the morning; Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Observer. Sunday, September 16, 1820., 1820

    seat was a later acquisition, but Robert de Helton appears witnessing Thorphin and Robert's grant of lands at Warcop and Bleatarn to Byland A! bey, with other witnesses of the period of Robert de Veteriponte I., who died 12 Hen. Subscribers-only content

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