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  • * British History Online *

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    Notes and errata

    reference from Bardisleighe. Burston. For Suff. read Staff. Dele 1312, and add a new entry as follows Burston, Suff., 1312. Gamblesby. For Camb. read Cumb. Georgius Monachus. See Waradin, bp. of. Kelso, abbey of. Add the reference 1112, as it

    Index of persons and Places, G

    See Bourke, Ulick; Ruvigny, H. M. de. Galway (Galloway), Lord. See Monckton, R. Galway , Arthur, forfeited estate of, 440. Gamblesby (Gamelsbie), co. Cumberland, 126. Gamon , William, tenant, 180. Gape , John, jun., Receiver General of assessments, co. Herts,

    Parishes (East Ward), St Michael, Kirkby Thore

    bar, the wind rushes over the country. The places most subject to the Helm are Milburn, Kirkland, Ousby, Melmerby and Gamblesby. Sometimes the atmosphere may be so clear that not a cloud is to be seen, when suddenly a small

    Index, G, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    mayor of, II. 1052. Gamache , Mademoiselle de, I. 487. Gamaches , Mons., brother of Madame de Bours, I. 284. Gamblesby (Gamlesby) , Cumb., II. g. 191 (45). Game , I. 898; II. 186 (43). Games , unlawful, I. 990.

    Treasury Calendar, May 1696, 1-15, 01 May 1696-15 May 1696

    Treasury Calendar May 1696, 1-15 May 1696, 1-15 May 1. Royal warrant dated Kensington to the Clerk of the Signet for a privy seal to authorise the Treasury Lords to direct the officers of the Receipt to take in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    remarkable bird, the gannet; whose home during the summer months is on the Bass-rock, was found in a field near Gamblesby, a week ago. It was seen by a female working in the field, and was mistaken for a goose, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the high lands of Krkcoambeck and Walton; from the Alstou moors, com- prising Rodderup, Cashburn, Tynehead, Teesheads Ousby, AMelmerby, (ilasenby. Gamblesby, GLiderdale and Whit- low, Ayle, Blagill, Welihope, Neuthead, and Aahgill; and from the itoors to the north-east and north-west Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a¢t. Ce roa-aree,-ee7Ct 77rast i prepa4 ax, oict^ et atFenl'tieefd- B I H T H . VARBYESHLRE-AprdQ. at Gamblesby, SeftonPark. LEiverpool, the wife of 1. ;Norma J. Dearbyshire, of' ~Aim- Rlich~nd Du-arnford. of a daugh~ter. 'lLADSTONEB-APtil 6,r at The Cottagce. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the parish of Haltwshistle, all a tho county of Northtimberlnd; the parh of Aleton, the sleverlisenre ships of Glsounhy, Gamblesby, Hunsenby nader Hgkb Ind thlegoparish of Add t neham, the tosrathl /igheuarter In the parish of lrtkowadcp, the parish Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Counts jlctos. Church Pastoral Aid Society.- On Sunday last, Sl_t_s!_^! IW _- P™ o .?* inSt * Jame3 ' s Cburch . Burnley iv behalf of the Church Pastoral Aid .Society. That iv the morning was delivered by the Subscribers-only content

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