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  • * British History Online *

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    because the procession of "The Host" was taken by that route in burials from Soutergate to the old cemetery at Kirkbarrow. It is now Captain French lane. [ Note . The tenure of the messuages & c. in "Ratten Rawe

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    371, 373. " Henry, 371, 372, 373. " Margaret, 371, 372. " Miles, 298, 371, 372. " William, 371, 373. Kirkbarrow , Kendal , 312 n . Kirkby bank , 15, 17, 19, 358. Kirkby Lonsdale , viii, 45, 203,

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    Kilner , Mr., 45. " Richard, 83. " Thomas, 171. Kilne Stone , Longsleddale , 150. King's Evil , 85. Kirkbarrow , 83. Kirkby , Robert, 214. Kirkby Ireleth , 17. " Church, 34, 35. Kirkby Kendal , 10, 13,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Newbiggin and Pallet Hill, so as to cross the ridge on Flusco.a little North-west of Tyraparon Hall, proceeding thence by Kirkbarrow, Penruddock, and Beckses, to the summit level of Tarn Moss, on Hutton Moor. The line here will begin to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. The Retort, an Historical Fact. - When Miss Ann Pitt, shier to the great William Pitf, afterwards Earl of Chatham, received a pension from Lord Bute, her brother wrote her a very angry note* saying ' 4 he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and turnips. The damage sustained cannot, we are assured, be computed at less than AGO OO. Mr. John Green, of Kirkbarrow, has entirely lost twenty acres of wheat and sixty-four of good oats, and sustained other damages, amounting in all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the 10th inst, in Castle-road, Mr. John Ray, organist aged 69 years. Kendal.-On the 11th inst, at No. 7, Kirkbarrow, Jane, wife of Mr. Richard Spencer, house carpenter, aged 31 years. Kendal.- On the 11th inst., in Stricklandgate, Betty, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out, and witness and the oth^r constable followed. Bousfield afterward went running past them, and soon afterwards came out at Kirkbarrow field withjthe watcfc in liis hand. Witness took tbe watch at his h_.nd, and both pri- soners were apprehended. Subscribers-only content

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