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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, General - A-K

    132. Ellergill, 15, 202. Force, Morland , 16, 346. Force, Shap , 11, 368. Girger, 9, 135. Glencoin, 16, 268. Glenridding, 268. Goldrill, 16, 268. Gowderdale, 265, 268. Greenholme, 10, 11, 15, 202. Greeta, 7. Grisedale, 16, 26 9, 277.

    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Barton

    land including 22 acres of plantation with some trees upwards of a hundred years old; also the extensive manor of Glenridding, plentifully supplied with red game, besides which there were many seams of lead ore and two miles of fishing.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Heyford, shoomakor, Fob.jO, Northrmgton H-obn W., Cardiff, shipbroker, Fob. 7, Bristol Humphries J., Westbromwich, auctioneer, Jan. 31, Oldbury tilner W., Glenridding, Pattcrddle, miner, Fob. i9, Punrith Morsrison D,, Sundorland, elerk, Feb. 0, Sunderland Ordigh C., Branstone, farmer, Feb. 5, Birmingham Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F'b I0, NortllamPtoi Helm W., nardolt, ehipnroker, Feb. , Bristol IVlsephirie J., Weslhre nwich aucctioneer, Jan. B, Oldbnry 3ti~soer W.. Glenridding, Fettord-ehe miner. Feb. 15, Pocurith ,torrison 3i., Sunderlan'd, cferk, Fes. a, sNidOrlend Ordish -C., lransstone, farmer, Feb.5 0, Brmseiia61lam Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Agsent, &o., Oulton. G 74G3 ri LE LA}ES.-Ullswater, Potterdale.-To be LE', for a3 term or otherwlae the MANSION HOUSE of Glenridding. oitoafed on thy inareta of ibe Lake, with the *essry, ronservatory, and plenaure groundo. There are foor sitting rooms, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d fI nIE LAXEES. -Uliewrater, Potterdain. -To be LE T, for Ji a termn or otherwisoe, the MANSION HOUSE of Glenridding situated ois the margin of the Lake, with the inery, eoneervatory, and pleabue grounds. There are four sitting rooms, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Freehold Estate in Devoahary. ? ?1bot'itt Itotet, in Dawobserv, on ?± edsr.?d?t4 ito Tecnlieih dais of Join, lltiliitltieforeix oclookin y tim evening, eubjert to conditioni IIOLLY llOYD HOUSE AND GROUNDS. LL tlii±t ME?UAGE or Mansion Honoc, Lot 'A called Subscribers-only content

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