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  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Stainton

    Book, 1750 60. 1769 2 October. Ordered that the petition of the Minister, chapelwarden and inhabitants of the chapelry of Crosscrake for a certificate from the Bench to the Rt. Hon. the Lord High Chancellor of Gt. Britain for obtaining


    of Crosscrake may, after my decease, be again united, being a native of Stainton and perfectly acquainted with everything relative to the above chapel, for the benefit or amusement of my successors I here insert the following short account. Crosscrake

    Index, A - K

    128. " repair of, 125. Crosby , James, 74, 270. " William, 204. Crosby Ravensworth , parsons of, 55, 269. Crosscrake , 240. " Chapel, 5. " " parsons of, 240. " " rebuilding of, 240. Crosthwaite , 17, 49

    General index, A - J

    Crosland , Jordan, 28. Cross Houses , Windermere , 76, 89. Crossbank , 133, 186. " Kendal , 158, 245. Crosscrake church , 144, 192, 200, 200 n , 201 n . " " parson of, 200. " " tithe

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " The Nightig-ale s" (Thomas Bateson, L601). The wluning choir -was Stavelcy (Ionducted by 1iss | Chaplin). the judge commending Crosscrake (Mr. Webster- cooaunctur) and lturneside (conductor, Mirs. WilLisl). 'Tle male voice choirs numbered eight, the piece being Mendelssohn's "The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    > galleries. The maximum number of the choir was 21, n and most of them were full in that respect, Crosscrake, rhowever, having only 12, and Sa-wrey 15. The female dvoices predominated, and the strength and beauty of >.expression in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mfiss iF. Simp- son; 2, Mr. ht. Stoddard; 3, Mr. J. MeIss. Village schlools (subject, *' The Skylark "), 1, Crosscrake 2.Z MietlIng. Church choirs (' H3ow goodly are ThyI tents "-Ouaeley), no first; 2, M~elting. Chulrch choirs (1-0 hOW Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    h1S F. S imp- son7; 2, Mr. M. Stoddad; 3. Mr. J. Moss. Village schools (subject, "The Skylark ", 1, Crosscrake: 2, Malinug. Chu'rch cor "Rwgol r h tents "-Ouseley), no firsn; 2, Melling. Church choirse , 0 how a2miable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the fourth tes, | Isvhieh eias very diifionul; 2, Malry B1olt, from the same plaee, 45j 3, Geo. Webster, Crosscrake. 40. Th3 conoluding contest, solo for boys or girls (subject. MNendelssohn's ' Greeting ), vwas the most attractive feature Subscribers-only content

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