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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Lancaster (in Lonsdale hundred) General history and castle LANCASTER HEYSHAM CLAUGHTON

    John Harland , 1851, with portrait. Stout , Autobiog . 67. Probably it was at the east en d of Damside , where a passage preserved the name. In the plans of 1778 and 1821 a sugar house is marked

    Townships Lancaster

    of the 18th century, and Lancaster was made the head quarters of a circuit in 1794 . Two cottages in Damside Street , now a tobacco warehouse, were converted into a meeting-place, but in 1805 a better site was obtained

    Index A-K

    . G., 103 Damas Gill . , Dameresgile, 75, 75 n , 76, 96 Damhead ( Cockerham ), 94 n Damside , 19 n Daniel , Fr. Thos., see West, Fr. Thos. Danson , Geo., 22 Darcy , Adomar, 102

    Index L-Z

    Garden St., 32; County, Shire Hall , 8, 10; Custom House , 20; Dalton Sq., 35, 41 n , 45-6; Damside St., 34 n , 47; Dominican House, see Black Friars ; Fenham Carr Lane , 35; Fine Arts Institution,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was again adjourned. A CORSN MILL BURNT.-About four o'clock on the morn- ing of Sunday last the corn mill at Damside, Hawick, be- longing to William Wilsons and Sons, was totally burnt down by fire. Every exertion was made by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B To be LET, for a TIRaI OF YEAtIS, W A LL that Substantial Stone-built COTTON A MILL, situate at Damside, in the iMarket Trovn S of Keigh!ey. in the Wcst-Riding of tile (County of York, lseittg in l~ength Fifty-Four Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y as o m di u ela a e SppY Brow n, 17, Q aeen. street, Neweastio-cn -Tyme. rVDO LET, Damside MiU, Huddersfieldi, withi a coim- M tT e e set of finishbing m ac h n r . I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~~LABOURING MEN'S PREMIUMS. 0 Best breeding sow, laree breed, £2, James Dawson. Bingleys; 2nd '1 e d(o, lI, John Mitchell, Damside, Keighley. 8 entries. Ric e Best breeding sow, small breed, £2, Mordeeci Ambler, Halifax; will 2nad (lo., I, Daniel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Noble Lord. The resolution was agreed to and the proceedings ter- minated. DRuEAnUrL DEATH.-Yesterday morning Mr. Jonas Holmes,. traveller, Damside, Almondbury, near Huddersfield, met his death in a very dreadful manner. It appears that about half-past seven one of Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1740

    Mr Alexander Murray at Foulis, Mr Aeneas Schaw at Comrie, Mr William Moncrieff at Blackford, ministers; Mr James Graham of Damside, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Dunblance, Mr Michael Potter at Kippen, Mr Finlay Fergusson at Balquhidder, ministers; and

    Acts, 1752

    Mr Andrew Ramsay at Madderty, Mr Donald Munro at Monzie, Mr James Reid at Glendovan, ministers; Mr James Graham of Damside, Writer to the Signet, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Dunblane, Mr Andrew Turnbull at Kippen, Mr James Stewart

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