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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Angerton Moss

    is tidal water. 1 It occupies a tract of flat mossy land between Kirkby Pool on the east and the Duddon on the west. The population in 1901 was 27. The Furness railway line crosses it. There are 188 acres

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The nunnery of Seton or Lekeley

    October, 1459 , Thomas York , abbot of that house, leased all the lands the abbey possessed between Esk and Duddon , called Lekeley, to Elizabeth Croft , prioress, for twelve years at an annual rent of twenty shillings. 9

    Townships Dunnerton with Seathwaite

    are not mentioned, but the la nd was that between Lickle and Duddon ; from Lickle the bounds went to Deirsgard, Calfhead, Glanscalan and Wrynose; thence down by Duddon . The compiler of the Furness Couch . (Chet. Soc. ii,

    Townships Broughton

    Cross Brow to descend into the Duddon Valley , crossing the bridges over the Lickle and Duddon and then turning south to Millom . This road is crossed by two which begin at the Duddon shore and ascend the valleys

    The parish of Furness

    the north, in the Fells of Coniston and Tilberthwaite and the upper parts of the Brathay and Duddon . The descent of the Duddon valley has been celebrated in Wordsworth's sonnets. The district is accessible by road 3 and rail.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anian. eldir tybied. en bod ar adegaa yn dilyn yr arferion da i eithaflon gor- modol. Yn Millpom ar y Duddon, er engraifft, ysgub ant yr heolydd gyferbyn a'n tai, ac nid anfynych y gwelir . gwasanaethyddion yr gorfod golchi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Capt. Rich, Esq., H3[oilbarrow mines, -a'r teulu oil, a chynrychiolwyr gwahanol gymdeithasau, &c. Cymer- wyd y gadairgan Capt. Morgan (Glan Duddon). Wedi anerchiad pwrpasol ganddo, canwyd y darnau canlyn. ol.:-"See the chariot at hand;" '"Now by days, i(Bishop " "Let Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1371, ar le a Yr elwir "Crab Marsh Point" ar y Duddon. Yr adeilad- d3 ydd ydoedd Capt. Thomas, y ilong adeiladydd adna- e byddus o Ainlweh a Duddon. Cafodd ei chynllunio ye a'i dwyn ymlaen dan olygiad Mr. H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pan gychwynasom. Yr unig olvgfa allanol y a ddeuai ein sylw ydoedd y ffwrneisiau toddi enfawr ar n lanan y Duddon, i' rhai sydd yn gyson fytheirio eu i, ffiamau tanllyd i'r awyrgylch nos a dydd, Sul, g*yl, a X Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y rhai sydd yn teimlo dyddordeb ynddo yn a iliasogi, dywedwn ei fod yn sefyll ar enau yr Afon h Duddon, yn Swydd Cunberland, tua 60 milldir c I o Lerpwl, ac uwohlaw 100 milldir i'r gogledd d o'r Peimaenmfawr Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    State Papers, 1655, March (3 of 8), 01 March 1655-31 March 1655

    said party at Duddon, as he heard them named, mr. Henry Widdrington of Ritton, and one Gawen Snawdon, whom they called captain, who brought into Duddon about 50 horse, and that the said party stayed at Duddon from seven of

    Roger Whitley's Diary, July 1691, 01 July 1691-31 July 1691

    bowles; past 5 came 2 gentlemen (English Irish) who lay at Tarvyn, & came thither to drink the waters at Duddon; they all went past 7 but Minshall stayd all night. Huson went home. 3.Friday, Huson came about 8; Burges

    Roger Whitley's Diary, December 1686, 01 December 1686-31 December 1686

    us; the postillions father was here; I spoke to him to give him some good advise; a man came from Duddon to sell a calfe; Fryer came to be hyred for the whole yeare; I sent Harper with venison to

    Appendix, 01 August 1544-31 December 1544

    Bunham 20, Shappelforde 14, Briggetrafford 10, Parva Barro 2, Magna Barro 49, Tervyn 59, Hokenhull 2, Clotton 23, Burton 11, Duddon 14, Stapleford (John Bryne, esq.) 15, Kelsall 21, Assheton 17, Moldworth Magna (Ric. Leycester, gent.) 14, Horton 2, Torperley

    Entry Book, June 1683, 11-20, 01 June 1683-30 June 1683

    Dalton; the pasture, turbary or moss called Angerton Moss; the fishings called Oyster Fishings; the fishing at Rampside, Walney and Duddon; the liberty to take coneys in Walney and Old Barrow and such other liberties as John Preston (grandfather to

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 April 1824, 1 April 1824

    of the said County of Stafford and One hundred " Yards of the East End of a certain Smithy called Duddon " Smithy, in Clotton, in the said County of Chester;" to which they desire the Concurrence of this House. Subscribers-only content

    9 April 1824, 9 April 1824

    of the said County of Stafford and One hundred " Yards of the East End of a certain Smithy called Duddon " Smithy, in Clotton, in the said County of Chester ;" and to acquaint this House, That they have Subscribers-only content

    12 April 1824, 12 April 1824

    of the said County of Stafford and One hundred Yards " of the East End of a certain Smithy called Duddon * Smithy, in Clotton, in the said County of Chester :" '•' An " Act for enabling the Trustees Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1833, 2 May 1833

    the said Petition do lie on the Table. ¦ Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Duddon: secluded Vale of Duddon, in the Chapelry of Ulpha, in the County of Cumberland, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : And Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    Gosberton; of Spalding; of Bilston; of Sedo-ley ; of Wolverhampton ; of Ettingshall Road Chapel; and°of Oldham; Ennerdale and Kenniside; Duddon; Seathwaite; Bourn; Great Altear and Lydiate ; and Black¬ burn, 235. — Tattershall; Hailsham; and Guilden Morden, 239. St. Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Westminster Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 03/1799

    the Prosecution of Charles Duddon agt Richard Bell of Manchester Street Manchester Square in the County of Middlesex Coachman The Deft acknowledged in �40 Bail David Phillips of Argyle Yard Oxford Street in the County of Middlesex Stable Keeper acknowledges

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Canon Parkinson: a paper read before the Manchester Literary Club, November 12, 1877, 1878

    simple shepherds, speaking from the heart, Deservedly have styled. Pilgrims to Seathwaite Chapel , embosomed in the valley of the- Duddon , will remember with what singular appropriateness God and nature had adapted Wonderful Walker 's ministrations to Alpine scenery Subscribers-only content

    Geology of the Lake District, 1800

    Nevertheless, here we arrive on delicate and questionable ground. How shall we settle the boundaries of Palaeozoic schist From the Duddon to Fountains Fell , in Yorkshire , a space of forty miles, radiations of schist, in advance of previous Subscribers-only content

    Geology of the Lake District, 1800

    distribution of limestone on the southern borders of the Lake District, is exceedingly regular in its general features. From the Duddon to Grassington , and Whern & ide, m Kettlewell , it is everywhere found drifted from the South Irish Subscribers-only content

    Geology of the Lake District, 1800

    heavy tide wave was immediately broken on its foreground, by strongly resisting barriers, like the Palaeozoic schist series, from the Duddon to Grassington , that these mult ifarious and marked appearances are met with. Should we take our stand on Subscribers-only content

 

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