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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Hawkshead and Monks Coniston

    monks of Furness and William de Lancaster , by which the former received the Hawkshead and Colton part of the Fells , 8 they established a manor-house at HAWKSHEAD and from it ruled the district. 9 After the Suppression this

    Townships Bleasdale

    and Stake House Fells , the height on the border of Wyresdale ranging from 900 ft. to 1,520 ft. above sea level. The central portion, between the rivers, is occupied by Bleasdale Moors on Oakendough and Hazelhurst Fells ; most

    Townships Lowick

    Crake may be crossed. From the bridge ther e is a good view northward over Coniston Water to the lofty Fells beyond. The soil is loamy, overlying gravel. A large part of the area is used for pasturage, but barley

    The parish of Furness

    Thurston or Coniston Water in its centre and Windermere for an eastern boundary. The northern half is known as Furness Fells or High Furness , the southern half as Low or Plain Furness 1 ; the division between them is

    Townships Ulverston

    later times. 86 More recently the Fells of Dalton Gate had a considerab le estate there, which was sold to Myles Kennedy of Stone Cross about 1870. 87 SWARTHMOOR 88 was acquired by the Fells of Hawkswell in Lowick ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    superintenidence of Mr Edward Jeukins, the foramer Proprietor, and the present Proprietor of the Gwalg Hotel, Llandrindod Fells. "Er mwyn yr hen amser gynt." (Auld Lang Syne). The lroprietor begs oniost respectfully to appeal to his nulmerons friends, and acquaintances, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    superintendence of Mr Edward Jenkins, the former Proprietor, and the present Proprietor of the Gwal'4 Hotel, Llandrindod I Fells. "Er mwyn yr hen amser gynt." (A uli Lang Syne). The ?roprietor begs most respectfully to appeal to his numerous friends, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ll ixg' uxeiniaogaeth eimeniiedig V axrieiiii' do(gion liva, gallesid disgwyl i'r rhaiiiad, a'r colled- ioln trymioin dilynol eci g iinyclln Fells' v h Trpeioddc y dylanwad T Llesghaodd y gynrychiol- aetli, ae nid oedd digon o nerth wxedi ei enill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    payment of lottery prizes ...... 24,809 3 0 urplus Fees, Regulated Public Offices . , , 39,718 174 eiundage Fees, Fells Fees, Casualties, Treasury Fees, and Hospital Fees ........10,208 13, Total Ordinary Rtevenue .... 51,508,376 8 111 'he amount of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ltauzen So far eso prosperous? ! rin the breast ot Loch, The blooming love it bore so long a summer, Fells like a li'iit ii'er rips.; end, in the couert, And o'er the King, this Flittering iMorIntespani. qureens itwithoat a Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 March 1713, 4 March 1714

    the following Orders were made : " Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal " in Parliament affembled, That Elizabeth Fells Servant '• to the faid John Morphew, and Timothy Hattißey a ".Boy employed by him, do attend this Houfe Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1780, 25 February 1780

    diem Lunse, vice- fimum octavum diem inftantis Februarii, hora undeci- ma Aurora, Dominis fie decernentibus. Epus. Ciceflrien. Epus. Bath. Öf [Fells. Comes Bathurfi, Epus. Roffen. Prafes. Epus. Exon. Comes Dartmouth, Epus. Lincoln. C. P. S. Epus. Mene-ven. Dux Jncaßer y> Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1795, 17 February 1795

    elfewhere than to the Staple at Calais. " 2. For collecting Impofts for his own Ufe on Wools, " Wool Fells, and other Wares, without Affent of Par- " liament, or charging himfelf on Record to the King, " or Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    Ten Stone. The Leicester Skin worth Lincoln — Hertford — South Down — Norfolk — Shornlings Skin of the Wool Fells s. - 7 - 5 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 1 - 1 d. 0 and upwards Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Volumes of the Journals of the House of Commons

    Lords, 502. For appointing a Day for general Thanksgiving, VIII. 49, 51. 503. For ifiuing Proclamations againft tranfporting Wool, Wool Fells, &c. IX. 121, 122, 504. On making Provifion for his Brothers, VIII. 146, 148. 505. For taking off the Subscribers-only content


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