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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases brought before the committee, January 1652, 01 January 1652-31 January 1652

    on the Act of Pardon. 159 49 24 March. Granted, with the usual provisoes 11 297 Reignold and Morgan Jenkins, Carrock,; Eliz. Jenkins, Widow, their Mother, Do.; John and Rich. Jones, Nanteos,; Oliver Lloyd, Foseyblayne, Lledred Parish, and Mayor of Subscribers-only content

    Index, A-C

    Dav. 128; Ellizius, 32; Joh. 278; Jos. 151; Ric. 204, 275; Rob. 215, 243, 271; Will. 243 Carrack , Carracke, Carrock, Edw. 169, 199; Step. 147, 183; Will. 44, 190 Carter , Edw. 68, 94, 109, 185, 228; Geo. 240,

    Index, C, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    as to, 436; are fled to the hills (17th), 439; and outlawed, 440; Burghley's notes on the (7th Aug.), 720. Carrock , Albynie: his arms, p. 39. David: his arms, p. 39. John: his arms, p. 39. John: his arms, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 March 1771, 4 March 1771

    Brampton Farlam, Upper Denton, Nether Denton, Talkin, Irthington, Laverfdale, Neiv- by, Aßerton, Walton Wood, Troddermain, Hayton cum Whitton, Carlatton, Cq/lle Carrock, Cumrew, Brack- enthwaite, and New Biggin, within the Barony or re¬ puted Barony of GVJland in the County of Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1771, 11 March 1771

    Denton, " Nether Denton, Talkin, Irthington, Laverfdale, New- " by, Jßerton, Walton Wood, Troddermain, Hayton cum " Whitton, Carlatton, Caftle Carrock, Cumrew, Brack- <f enthwait, and Newbiggin, within the Barony, or re- " puted Barony, of Giljland, in the County Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1772, 14 April 1772

    of Brampton, Farlam, Upper Denton, Nether Denton, Talkin, Irthington, Laverfdale, Newby, Aflerton, Warton Wood, Troddermain, Hayton cum Whitton, Carlatton Cafllc, Carrock, Cumrew, Blacken- thwaite, and Newbiggin, within the Barony or re¬ puted Barony of (Ml/land, in the County of Cumber¬ Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1772, 15 April 1772

    Denton, " Nether Denton, Talkin, Irthington, Laverfdale', Nezvby, u Aßerton, Warton Wood, Troddermain, Hay ton cum u Whitton, Carlatton Caßle, Carrock, Cumrew, Black- c< enthwaite, and Newbiggin, within the Barony, or " reputed Barony of Gil/land, in the County of Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1772, 5 May 1772

    " Nether Denton, Talkin, Irthington, Laverfdale, New- by, AJherton, Warton Wood, Tr odder main, Hay ton cum Whitton, Carlatton Caflle, Carrock, Ciimrew, Blackenthwaite, and Newbiggin, within the Barony or reputed Barony of Gil/land, in the County of Cumberland, late the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES, !besday, Jugly 25. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOILVlD. J. Carr and J. E. Nefson, Newcastle-upo uTyne, linen drapers - Laverack, Britton, and Co. Kingstos-uporn-Hull, brokers- Skipper and Baker, Swaifham, Norfolk, linen drapers-Sawkiua and Challiuor, Leek, Sraffordshire, attornies -Tregelles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stones, built by the shepherds, and called the Carrock Man. Such cones are on the tops; of almost all our mountains, and they are all called vmein. At the bottom of the Carrock Man I seated myself for shelter, but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. H [0 XE. Ig SALONIERE FOREIGN HOTEL COMPANY (Limited) is an- noaaoed It is proposed to establish a foreign hotel on the site of the freat well-known hotel in Leicester square, and to purchase the I ge business, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are stated to be already disposed of. The properties to be worked consist of the Roughten Gill, Dry Gill, and Carrock End mines, situated in Caldbeck Fells, about eight miles from Wigton and thirteen from Penrith. It is mentioned that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the crew remained on bhard, as there was no danger. A telegram from Tralee states that the ship Port Carrock, of Glasgow, with a cargo of copper valued at £075,000., which was driven into Brandon Bay last week, was Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Geology of the Lake District, 1800

    neighbourhood of Hesket New Market it is again detected in its true position, yet again overlaid in its continuation around Carrock and Souter -fell. Under Wanthwaite Crag , through Flascow, West and East Mell Fells , and up to Dunmallet, Subscribers-only content

    Geology of the Lake District, 1800

    is met with, form ing an angle towards the south, five miles to the extreme boundaries of the sienite of Carrock , and eight miles to the terminus of the greenstone of Binsey . Such are the crystalline outlines of Subscribers-only content

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