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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BATES, Thomas (by 1526-87), of Morpeth and Holywell, Northumb.

    of Hall and Humberstone taken after the rebellion he was shown as holding lands in East Cherington, Holywell, Little Benton, Longhirst, Milburn, Morpeth, Morwick and Old Moor, and after regaining his freedom he added others in East Hartford, Morpeth and

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At Annitsforrd both lines are blocked, and the London goods train has stuck fast. A great drift was reported at Longhirst, and feur engines were rent to cut through it, but they all became inextricably embedded in the snow. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    butI ttr-OtIo.NS~rnrtn..Thi,maa George Corbet, of EIshsa Hall, Esq. b kg of NnoRuitLK.-Henry Viltebois, of 51ariarin House, Eiq. NoaORTHsraenr..Lsrao...Wiltliami Lawson, of Longhirst, Esq. i andi NUTTINI(mIAilsnine-0Sir Juckes Granville Jukeirs Cl1fton, of I W:1 Clifton, Bart. It ord, THE LEEDS POOR RELIEF Subscribers-only content

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    Mrs., and the Mtsses Dent, Mr. Gervase MIarkhamn, Mr. Neecham, the Oili-crs of the 10th Royal IHuasars, Captain and dirs. Longhirst, Mr. B. T. Woodd, Captam and Mrs. Slmngsbv, dirs. and lIiss Pairiax, Mrs. and Miss Gunter, Lieut. EIerzon, antd Subscribers-only content

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    the Government school ship Eagle, since she has been in 2outbampton Water. There are now 230 boys on board. Near Longhirst station, the other day (says Saturday's Gatesh cod Observer) reapers might have been seen busily engaged in cutting down Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tserainent school ship Eagle, since asoe has been in at ~S.Itl~ampton Water. There are now 230 boys on board. Near Longhirst station, the other day (sayse Saturday's Cateakeed Obsem-rer reapers maight heave been at bNleasil engaged in cutting down a Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, L

    tenement in Framlington, 417. -, See also Long. Langham , Thomas, prize ship and goods purchased by, 123. Langhurst. See Longhirst. Langley , Langly, co. Warwick, 204. Langley (Langly), Thomas, captain, petition for place as commander of a packet boat,

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