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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Warton with Lindeth

    and the stocks were near. The beacon of the Crag is marked very clearly on the map of 1590. Fields named Oxgang are on the low ground west of the Crag . The soil is gravelly, overlying gravel and limestone

    Townships Over Kellet

    seisin in 3 acres of land in Kellet, of which Hugh de Crag and Thunnoka his wife had disseised him; Assize R. 404, m. 1 d. William del Crag was an inhabitant of Kellet in 1332 ; Exch. Lay Subs

    Townships Pleasington

    was included in the parish of Feniscowles in 1842 . 3 The alum mines, which were formerly worked at Alum Crag , near the confluence of the Arley or Alum House Brook with the River Darwen , were once of

    Townships Church Coniston

    mass of the Old Man about 2 miles to the west. To the north are the steep sides of Yewdale Crag , 1,345 ft. To the south are Cat Bank and Haws Bank ; near the latter by the lake-side

    Parishes Glaisdale

    Esk is joined in Danby and Glaisdale parishes by Commondale Beck, part of the western boundary of Danby , Ewe Crag Beck which enters it at Dale or Danby End, Clither Beck which flows by ' Doubting Castle ,' Park

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    llwyddiant, a choffawyd am yr angenrheidrwydd o wneyd y casgliad aiferol tnag ati. Galwyd sylw hefyd at bregeth Mr. Williamus, Crag. hywel ar y "'Gair at y Prnphwydi," gan anog yr boll aelodau i'w cheisio a'i darllen yn ofalus. Catwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ?1*00b=-'-f- -m--r -? ?, 'j?` ? ?, " ", " C. ye wynWuyd any ddeiaebs t yn 8enedd gau yr I' aelodau Cy. eig yr -wythnos ,ddiwvddaf. Cyfwyn , dd Mr. Jones.'Irarr' ddeiseii'i "Gerlfaln, Bethesda, o 1, zbaid' Cau'ililythyld Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lewis Lewis; Huh Pugh;- T.- 0 Jones aJ. Davies, C:aernsvfon; Thomas' Lewis, anD. -Davies, Bangort; 'R-Elis Jamles, Ty'nllwyn; jE. Roberts, Crag; W Williams, SPort "Dinorwic;, L. Pugh, Pwllheli; B. ones,'Baik, do. T;-Roberts, C.E., Pontmadc; J. Roberts, Tyddn eanol;: Richard Hughes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am dlyayddaed'd lawer. Mri. Roberts, Penbol a Liledwigan yr Man, a Mr. Roberts, Brynadda, a'r diweddar Mr. Roberts Castell a'r Crag yn Arfon. Y mae en tai bob amser wedi bod yn agored i weinidogion yr Efengyl. Y maent wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,RfWDbblGff ll? CYMDEITHASFA LLANIDLOES. Cynhaliwyd y Gymdeithcsfa uchod ar ddyddian Mercher, Ian, a Gwener, Ebr ll 16, 17, a 18. CYFEISTEDDFOD Y GYMODITHAS. Cyfarfa y Cvjeisteddfod hwn yn nghapel Bethel am haner awr wedi dan prydnhawn ddydd Mercher. Dechreawyd Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DUDLEY, Sir Andrew (c.1507-59), of Westminster, Mdx.

    Officer of Exchequer by 1540; equerry of stable by 1544; capt. Swallow 1545, Broughty Crag 1547-8, Guisnes 1551-2; one of four principal gentlemen of privy chamber and keeper of palace of Westminster Oct. 1549-53; jt. keeper of royal household at


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