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    LANCASTER, John I (c.1369-1434), of Rydal, Westmld. and Caton, Lancs.

    border in Westmorland he owned the manors of Rydal, Wynborrow, Loughrigg, Milburn and Howgill, as well as property in Deepdale, Glencoyne and Kirkby Thore, which together produced a minimum of £20 in annual revenues. Not surprisingly, he became involved in History of Parliament

    North Westmorland, County Bridges

    Beckfoot Rebuilt 1823. Barton Eamont (half) 1300. Rebuilt 1425, widened 1874. " Pooley Rebu ilt in 1732 and 1763. " Glencoyne (half) Rebuilt in 1775. " Grisedale 1754. Rebuilt 1868 and 1898. " Goldrill 1825. " Stybarrow Built in 1724. British History Online

    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Barton

    it is as representative of medieval civilization and thought as any building of either of these other classes." Glencoyne Bridge, over the Glencoyne Beck which is the boundary between Cumberland and Westmorland. At the Quarter Sessions held on 9 January, British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 34g.| No. 1 Bombay, 3,000 tens dne at Port Said, realised 32s.| 9d. For the smcall cargo of Australian (Glencoyne), off coast, 34s. 6d. is stilt asked. Odessa Ghirka, July-Aug.,| sellers 308. 66, No. 2 r~ed winter, 10,000 qrs,! Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING. SHREWSBURY RACES-YESTEBDAY. [BY TELEGRAPH.] roregate-Forget-me-not, I; Rodomonte, 2; Vibra- tion, 3. Six ran. Sho.-ts Handicap-Flora, 1; Rosalind, 2. Battlefield Stakes-White Slave, 1; Witchcraft, 2; Raunds, 3. Four ran. 'lankerville Nursery- Mount Pleas-nt, 1; Recorder, 2; Seamstress. 3. Eight Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the lessee, Sir Eonry Allsopp, to Mr. B. Martin, an American sportsman. Sir II. B. Meux has Ceannacroo and Glencoyne forests in G lenmoris- ton (C3,f 00). In llossshire Lord WiLnborns will Shoot over Auhuasheilach, Conlin, and Glencarron forests, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . John Davis, Rangoon ; Universe, New Tork ; Glencoyne Valparaao; Floating Cloud, Bohia . Ann Sums, Ri* Oraad* ; Jnli*, Quebec . Sagitta, Csarea : Heury Cook Quebec ; Heiiooa, Mimlos Jrrwsd /Way. Comwallia! Bahia ; Mary, Creutodt ; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Galveston ; Ida, Laguna ; Bengairn, luuique ; Southgate (s), Imaccs ; Abeona, Portland, Oregon ; Merlin, St. Kitts ; Glencoyne, Pisagua. SHIELDS, April 24.- Britannia (s). Bilbao ; Saxon Prince (s). Huelva ; Balna Craig (s), Garrucha. SOUTHAMPTON, April Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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