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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 December 1796, 28 December 1796

    to, at, or near, Muirhouses, by Househill and Damshot, and to Govern and Pollokshaws, and from Barrhead, by or near Brownside, or by or near Barbourhilly to Paisley, and from, at, or near, Barskwan to Linwood, and from Houstoun to Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1824, 2 March 1824

    Owners of lands and premises Petition in the parish of Glossop, called Neighbourhoodships, and against also Owners of estates in Brownside, in the said parish, ^ adjoining to certain lands called by the name of Mill Marsh, in the village Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1824, 5 March 1824

    of several Owners of lands and premises in the parish of Glossop, called Neighbourhoodships, and also Owners of estates in Brownside, in the said parish, adjoin¬ ing to certain lands called by the name of Mill Marsh, in the village Subscribers-only content

    22 June 1831, 22 June 1831

    Taxall and Yeardsley- cum-Whaley, or some of them, in the county of Chester; Glossop, Litdworth, Mellor, Whittle, Beard, Bugsworth, Chinley, Brownside, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Eccleshall, White- Haugh, Combs Edge, Bradshaw Edge, Chapel Milton Wash, Bowdon Edge otherwise Bowden Edge, Slack Hall, Ford, Subscribers-only content

    Abstract of the answers and returns made pursuant to an act, passed in the eleventh year of the reign of His Majesty King George IV, intituled,"an act for taking an account of the population of Great ..., 1833

    Little Cumb. Broughton, Little N.York Broughton, Nether Lcic. Broughton-Poggs Oxf. Broughton-Sulney Notts | Brown Candover Hants | Brownshall Hund. Dors. Brownside - - Derby Brownsover - Wanv. Broxa - - N.York Broxash Hund. - Hcref. Broxburn - - Herts Broxholme Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as Benjamin Clezg and Son, Batley Carr, Dewsbury, and Cardigan Lane, Leeds, mungo shoddy manufacturer. JAMXE CLOUGH, Pike Hil, and Brownside, near Burnley, farmer. JosrPa GAs.szicnsraEDTN, resiaing at Rusholme, Lancashire, and SAXMEL WALTON, residing at Great Cheetham Street West, Lower Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    28 steerage passengers, and 505,700 dols. in specie. Her news has been fully anticipated. NEW YORK, DECEMBER 21. The bark Brownside from New York to Greenock: has been abandoned at sea. Three of her crew were picked up by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the highway leading from North Wingfield to Tupton: Certain lands and houses situate in the township of Chiuley lBugsivorth and Brownside. in the parish of Glossop. lie the county of Derby, bounded on the north by the Rowaley and Buxton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    241 last year. Tie Justicesf renewed all the old licenses. There was only one new application for bee: off at Brownside, whieh was refused. RALLmaD DIYISroN OP TEEp NORTH RMINIG. - These sessions were held at Wath (Ripon) on Saturday. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eightv-six bet-een thirty- | ;V and forty-five: and twenty above sixty-five. At Burnhey yesterday, Masrk Kippax, cotton manu- faeturer at Brownside, near Burnley. -its fined £5 and co-ts for falsifying a register. whereby it appeared that a outh employed from Subscribers-only content

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