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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cockersand Abbey

    to the seashore 6 on a piece of land that juts out between the estuaries of the Lane and the Cocker , overlooking Cockerham Sands . All that now remains is the chapter-house and portions of the nave walls and

    The parish of Cockerham COCKERHAM .

    some corn; and so riding over Cocker river, that maketh no great course ere he come to the sands by Cockerham village not a mile off. Upon the which sands I passed over Cocker river once or twice again, not

    Townships Forton

    1212. This township, bounded on the west by the Cocker , has an undulating surface, the heights above sea level varying from 25 ft. to 100 ft. It lies in the hundred of Amounderness, and a small part is within

    Townships Cockerham

    in the manor and vill of Cockerham with Crimbles and Laithwaite on both sides of Cocker , within these bounds: From Langwath down the Cocker to Estkebeck; following this beck to the cross between the abbey land and Winmarleigh Wood,

    Townships Oswaldtwistle

    Oswaldtwistle . Whitebirk is a hamlet near Knuzden. A road from Blackburn to Haslingden , by way of Duckworth and Cocker Brook, crosses the township diagonally, and in the south-west corner is part of another road between the same places.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,. "I" 1.f W- I - I e ,,, ;,! -. 1 ip Bo , opi-m a icofiq ni14i , wyi1'&,ag? .o :specto~l,/n ,yn. dr-Oh a Ieun yflte,]l negsiyr oeddi ni' iiSd Imynwsve yn 2 Io I.. brwdfrydedd neillduol, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'r difrod a, wna yclefyd hwnvw, -y__~5 fodedigeth.~ Yr.oaedd yr ym~aaweaig 'yn un a O~bum *ferched y diweddai Mr,. John~ Cocker, yr ~hwn- -a f farWym' flaenor. parchns~gyda 'r Meth`diStiid, Calfin - aidd yn2oar, Risca. Y cyntaf o'r pump a, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IOn;Dda1, Iywyddwyd gea y Parch. John Edwards. Cgfwyd smryw adroddtadau a dal aljrdai pw pSObl gan gerM. Tom Williams, 8 Cocker, a J Ureb, a ebsa- ~ wy yeawynl gn Mrs. S Davies, Misses Mary Wil- lias, Maggie Wil'liams, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Novum Organum. By Johnson.-1s.6d. Bell, Canon. Gleanings from a Tour in the East.-2s.6d. C. Conder. A Handbook to the Bible.-2s.6d. Cocker. The Student's Handbook of Philosophy -Psychology.-2s. Candlish. Discourses on the Sonship and Brotherhood of Believers.-ls.6d. - Life in a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the enemy than in the foresight of the British Minister. In short, the genius of Mr. PITT lay chiefly in Cocker, and taken out of figures, his practical ability was very moderate. Nor was his arithmetic servicable to the nation; Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 January 1702, 8 January 1703

    the Informer: And that no Perfon bring- ing any Excifeable Liquors (except as in the Claufe is excepted) by Coaft, Cocker, Tranfire, Certificate, nor any Perfon to whom the fame are configned, (hall caufe fuch Liquors to be put on Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1762, 2 June 1762

    n Geo. III. Journals of the Etoufe of Lords. " 2 9- An Act to enlarge the Term and Powers, and alfo to render more effeftual, an Aft for amending, widening, and keeping in Repair, the feveral Roads from Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1783, 28 April 1783

    ai. American Intercourfe Bill. cc ii u widening, repairing, and amending the Road from ** Heßet by Tewes Bridge to Cocker mouth,. and from *' thence by Lorton, over V/hinlatter to Kefwick, in " the County of Cumberland; and from Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1801, 22 April 1801

    114 Corfham Road Bill. Weippert's Certifieate read. Cope for a Divorce Bill: Bill read Journals of the Houfe of Lords. J. 1801. 41 Cß t<. a Their Lordfhips, or any Five of them, to meet To¬ morrow, at Ten Subscribers-only content

    23 April 1801, 23 April 1801

    41 Geo. III. ¦ aS Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 119 'Cocker- mouth Road fell. s ton.1 ers to at the lave :oit> r Bill. Stonesfield Enclofurc BiU. ns iBffl. X.ords fum- nvonedi Hertingford- bury Enclo- fore Bill. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Queene Mary. The examination of Nicholas Shetterden and others.

    in the like cause, and like affliction. The names of whome were Iohn Frankesh, Nicholas Sheterden, Humfrey Middleton, Thacker, and Cocker: of whome Thacker onely gaue back. The rest constātly standing to the truth, were altogether condemned by the Suffragan

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SEYMOUR, Lord Percy (1696-1721).

    SEYMOUR, Lord Percy (1696-1721). Constituency Dates Cockermouth 18 Jan. 1718 4 July 1721 Biography Seymour was put up for a vacancy at Cocker-mouth by his father, the Duke of Somerset. There was a double return, on which he was


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