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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 16 March 1830, 16 March 1830-16 March 1830

    said Bill be printed. Longtown Roads Bill. A Message was brought from the House of Commons, by Viscount Morpeth and others; With a Bill, intituled, "An Act for more effectually repairing the Roads to and from Longtown , and certain

    North Westmorland, The insurrection of 1715

    ascribe to the campaign. Late in the day of 31 October, after a long and toilsome march, the insurgents reached Longtown, and Brampton was entered on Tuesday the 1st of November. The High Sheriff of Cumberland assembled his Posse Comitatus

    Treasury Warrants, February 1718, 21-28, 21 February 1718-28 February 1718

    [ to be placed ] on the Establishment of Carlisle [ port ] . Tho. Bully as riding surveyor at Longtown: at 60 l. per an. John Wright as riding surveyor at Scill Wall: at 40 l. per an. Robt.

    Index, L

    Lane , Sir William, 425, 426. letters from, 74, 206, 415(3), 416(2). Langley , R., letter from, 318. Langtowne. See Longtown. Languedoc (Languedocke, France), 385. Lant , John, 181. Lanware , , alias Edwards, 115. Lany , , 170. Lardus

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 18 March 1830, 18 March 1830-18 March 1830

    agreed to the said Bills, without any Amendment. Longtown Roads Bill. Hodie 2 a vice lecta est Billa , intituled, "An Act for more effectually repairing the Roads to and from Longtown , and certain other Roads communicating therewith, in

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 June 1794, 2 June 1794

    " An Aft for amending and " keeping in Repair, theRoad leading from LymeBridge\ " through Longtown, to the Scotch Dyke, and from. " Longtown to the Bridge over the River of Sark, in the " County of Cumberlandj" to Subscribers-only content

    3 June 1794, 3 June 1794

    Aft for tl amending and keeping in Repair the Road leading " from Lyme Bridge, through Longtown, to the " Scotch Dyke; and from Longtown to the Bridge over " the River of Sark, in the County of Cumberland." Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    3 June 1794, 3 June 1794

    Bill. " for amending and keeping in Repair the Road leading " from Lyme Bridge through Longtown, to the Scotch " Dyke, and from Longtown to the Bridge over the " River of Sark, in the County of Cumberland ;" Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1794, 6 June 1794

    An Ac\ for " amending and keeping inRepair the Road leading from " Lyne Bridge through Longtown, to the Scotch Dyke, and " from Longtown to the Bridge over the River of Sark, " in the County of Cumberland." The Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1794, 11 June 1794

    Aft " for amending, and keeping in Repair the Road *c leading from Lyne Bridge, through Longtown, to ** the Scotch Dyke, and from Longtown, to the Bridge " over the River of Sark, in the County cf Cumberland:7 " Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Holy Temple Lodge

    (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 682 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Globe Inn, Main Street, Longtown, Cumberland 1816

    Holy Temple Lodge

    Main Street, Longtown, Cumberland 1833 Swan Inn, Main Street, Longtown, Cumberland 1849 Wheatsheaf Inn, Main Street, Longtown, Cumberland 1855 Graham Arms, Main Street, Longtown, Cumberland 1858 Wheatsheaf Hotel, Main Street, Longtown, Cumberland 1860 Swan Inn, Main Street, Longtown, Cumberland 1883

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    took place, was crowded almost to excess, by a most respectable body of yeomanry and farmers from Penrith, Wigton, Brampton, Longtown, and all the surrounding villages, besides great numbers of the citizens. About 200 persons sat down to din- ner. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the second time, at Artharet, near Longtown, Cumber- land, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, to Marcia Maria Grant, daughter of Lieat.-Uen. Sir Colquhoon Grant. On the 6th ult. at Rome, the Count Andrea Gabrielli, of Fand, to Miss F. Wiseman. On the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St Alban's, shall be polling places fbr the county of Hertford. The next, that Kirkoswald, Dalston, Hesket. in-the- Forest, and Longtown, be polling places for the eastern division of the county of Cumberland. And the next, that Waodsworth, Kenning- ton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Reformn aide for the Brighton contest, and Lord Alfred Hervey, the Marquis of Bristol's son, on the Conserva. tive. Longtown, within some stone's throw of the country seat of Sir James Graham, has shown its detestation of the new Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Netherby, Bart., M.P., being desirous to encourage the establishment s matnufactures, &c., upon his estate, at the market town of Longtown, in the county of Cumberland, the following are tie inducements whici are considered favourable for the encouragement of the Subscribers-only content

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

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    TRANS.CP.1810/2

    (York) : city Participant: John Wilson [Wilson] Role: appellant Details: male; Nephew of the testator Location: Arthuret (Cumberland) Place(s): Longtown(Longtown) : township Participant: Jonathan Robinson [Robinson] Role: testator Details: male; Gentleman Location: Wigton (Cumberland) Place(s): Moorthwaite (Moorthwaite) : undefined

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRAHAM, James Robert George (1792-1861), of Netherby, Cumb.

    economists Adam Smith and David Ricardo*, and initially spent more time with his wife and children at Croft Head near Longtown, Cumberland, where he relieved his ailing father of much of the management of their neglected 26,000-acre Netherby estate, which

 

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