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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes South Weald SOUTH WEALD 1980

    Green to Pilgrims Hatch , was formerly West Howgate Lane and East Howgate Lane . Mores Lane, which runs north from Coxtie Green Road to Bentley church, was formerly Howgate Lane . Howgate may be a corruption of hafegaete ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    butcher. J. C. Adams, Great Ysrmouth, fish curer. J. Falshaw, Bradford, out of business. E. Stevens, Staubridge, Bedfordshire, builder. 3. Howgate, Pudsey, Yorkshire, tanner. Gi. Livesey, Chorley, Lancashire, beer retailer. H. Cornish, Woolo'ich, butcher. C. Clifford, Norman street, St Luke's, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gate, he could not have done it more daintily, more ten- derly, more like a gentleman, than did James the Howgate carrier, when he lifted down Ailie, his wife. The contrast of his small, swarthy, weatherbeaten, keen, worldly face to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arnold .-JT. Beech and J. Robinson, Hanley, Staffordshire, mer- cers.-G. Kimberly and J. Howse, Birininglasm, anetionaeers.-. WV. Staniforth and WN. Howgate, Slieffield, steel manufacturers.-. T. W. B. Blackmore and G. Walker, New Bread Street, City, tin plato mserchants. STOURIIDGP CORN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    school teachers, which was voluntary and religious in character, at all justified enforced secular labour on thes Holy Day.-Mr. W1illiam Howgate (of Leeds) advocated the Sunday opening of I msseums and art galleries in the interest of artisans, and as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fire which has for a longtime occurred in the heavy woollen district broke out in the extensive premises of Jamos Howgate and Sons, woollen manufacturers, Eavenstborpe, near Dews- bury. The flames were first discovered in the top storey of a Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.E.132

    [de Etton] Role: defendant Details: male; clerk Employment: rector of Huggate Location: Huggate (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Huggate (ecclesia paroch' de Hugate, Howgate) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Richard Butterwick [Butterwyk] Role: witness Details: male; 30 Location: Ryton (Durham) Place(s): Winlaton (Wynlanton) :

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Disestablishment in Scotland: list of the "1475" who signed the address to Mr. Gladstone ... and list of Presbyterian ministers who did not sign the address., 1886

    Reston (F.) Tennant, E. Marshall , Blairgowrie (C.) Thom,Andrew,M.A., Tullibody (F.) Thom, R. Riach , Kilmarnock (F.) Thomas, D., M.A., Howgate (U.P.) Thomas, David, Lock erbie (U.P.) tThomson, A., D.D., Edinburgh (U.P.) Thomson, Alex., Haddington (U.P.) Thomson, Alex., Millerston (F.) Subscribers-only content

    Our dogs, 1865

    she would tell me fine stories when I came out, as I pro¬ mised to do, to see her at Howgate . I asked her how James came to get him. She told me that one day she saw James Subscribers-only content

    Our dogs, 1865

    Ailie the story, up came Rab with that great swing of his. It turned out that the robber was a Howgate lad, the worthless son of a neighbour, and Rab knowing him had let him cheaply off; the only thing, Subscribers-only content

    Rab and his friends., 1881

    palace gate, he could not have done it more daintily, more tenderly, more like a gentleman, than did James the Howgate carrier, when he lifted down Ailie his wife. The contrast of his small, swarthy, weather- beaten, keen, worldly face Subscribers-only content

    Rab and his friends., 1881

    with much lightness, and went straight to that door. Jess, the mare, had been sent, with her weather-worn cart, to Howgate , and had doubt¬ less her own dim and placid meditations and confusions, on the absence of her master Subscribers-only content

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