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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4s 6L1 to Ss. The Superior-calves fetch 5s 6d to 6s per stone. Dairy-fed porkers are 43 6J to 5s. Lumb, 'of the finest quality, is 6s 6d to 75 per stone. -The average price of Brown or Muscovado Sugar, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Inte and G. North, Brunswick street, Poplar, plumbers- J Lumb, T. Simpson, T. Sykes, W. Brown, J. Lightfoot, and W. Sykes, Castle- ford Yorkshire, glass-bottle manufacturers; so far as regards J. Lumb, T. Simpson, and W. Brown-G. Page and J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of England as the moit efficaiosus ltemedy for b lletmati Gent S prains anud Bruiss. Rheumatic Gaul. Spasms and Cramp. Lumb go. Sitffness of the Joints or Neck. Pains in tbe Limbs & Numbuemg Prozen Limbba Sniaric & Paralytic Affections. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r PEAT EXHIBITION of 1851-COUNCIL 3EDALl.-EXP0SITION uNIVERSELLE, 1555- M.BEDALLE d'HONNEUH. AtILERY of BRONZES d'ART-F G ~BABEDIENNE and CO. of Poris, respectfully inform B eitishpublicthatacompletecollectionfof their MATHE- I TIC AL REDUCTIONS, by the process of M. Collas, from '- chefs-detfuVre Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -7%ALACLC.MUSEUM of 1Qfkv ARCEITECTURE.-To Shipowfners, Ship. . ogiocer5 Steam Naelcatian Companies, and others.- ,,6",es' of 'the Crystal Palace CooIpauy being about to F ' i: t , lace a useumi of Naval Architecture, on oA *li n the a Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Newchurch

    ), Whitewall Bottom , Cloughfold and Lumb ( 1861 ); the Primitive Methodists at Newchurch , Waterfoot ( 1873 ) and Cloughfold ; and the United Free Methodists at Newchurch ( 1836 ), Lumb , Water and Hollin. The Baptists

    Townships Cowpe , Lench, Newhall , Hey and Hall Carr

    Richard Rawstorne of Lumb , John son of John Bridge , and George Nuttall of Gollinrod, at the request of Charles Nuttall of Aveley in Essex , son and heir of Charles Nuttall , late of Crow Lumb , deceased,

    Burslem Churches

    . ( 1959 ). Ward, Stoke , app. pp. xxix-xxx, where the emoluments are listed. Stoke Rectory Act; A. L. Lumb , Burslem Par . Church (pamph. on sale in the ch.). Instead of the £68 the rector could demand

    Townships Tottington

    as heirlooms at the capital house of the Lumb . The will of his widow Eleanor ( 1599 ) is in Wills (Chet. Soc. new ser.), i, 226. Edward Rawsthorne of Lumb was a freeholder in 1600 , and contributed

  • * British History Online *

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    Surnames beginning 'L'

    Luker Ann, ser, 62.1 Lukey Ric; Sar, w, 44.20 Lukin John, ser, 49.32 Lullums Rac, 30.2 Lully Anne, ser, 30.4 Lumb Sam, ser, app, 59.6 Lumber : Nic, bach, 7.14 Thos, bach, 47.13 Wm, bach, 7.14 Lume Sar, ser, 20.9

    Index, K-P

    193, 200, 216, 238; Rob. 78, 138; Tho. 8, 132, 184, 196, 226 Lullay , Lulley, Ric. 73; Will. 14 Lumb , Lum, Joh. 46, 191; Ric. 190 Lumley , Lomley, Ben. 280; Geo. 63; Ric. 24, 63; Rob. 96;

    Henry VIII, December 1542, 1-10, 01 December 1542-31 December 1542

    Ormond, Abp. Browne, Edw. bp. of Meath, Brabazon, Aylmer, Lutrell, Travers, Bathe and Cusake. Pp . 8. Add. Endd . Lumb. MS. 602 p. 144. 2. Paper giving (1) an estimate of the yearly charge of the King's army in

    Index, General - L-Z

    333, 334, 349. Thomas, 126, 243, 254. William, 327. Loy , Edward, 118. Lucy , arms of, 258. Anthony, 150. Lumb , Robert, 173, 301, 356. Lunden , William, 78. Lupton , 68. Lyde , William, 109. Lynacre , Christiana,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 21 April 1831, 21 April 1831-21 April 1831

    the said Petitions do lie on the Table. Cloughfold & Lumb: Upon reading the Petition of the Members of Particular Baptist Churches and Congregations assembling at Cloughfold and at Lumb , in Rossendale , in Lancashire , whose Names are

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 April 1831, 21 April 1831

    Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Members of Par- cioughfold& ticular Baptist Churches and Congregations assembling Lumb: at Cloughjbld and at Lumb, in Rossendale, in Lancashire, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; praying, " That " their Lordships will Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Haslington; Moor Chapel, Warrington; Lymm; East-Gate Street Chapel, Lewes; Kendal; Bridport; Mereclough ; Runcorn Chapel, Warrington; Whitehaven ; Pepper Street Chapel, Chester; Quakers of Whitehaven; of Belfast; and of Lisburn; Cloughfold and Lumb; Barrack Street Meeting, Bridport; Bank Buildings Chapel, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    456. Lucton, 444. Ludborough, 55. Luddenden Dean, Halifax, 52. Luddington, 55. Ludford, 55. Ludgvan, 53. Ludham, 455. Ludlow, 487, p. Lumb in Rossendale, 444. Lumley, 157. Lumley, West, 56. Lusby, 455. Lusworth, 56. Luton, 52. 105. Lutterworth, 55. 74, p. Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1831, 28 March 1831

    of York-street Chapel, Manchester;—of George-street Chapel, Manchester;—of Moor-lane, Bolton;—of Hope Chapel, Rochdale ;—of Saint George's-road Chapel, Man¬ chester;—of Cloughfold and Lumb in Rossendale;—of Pleasant-street Chapel, Haslingden ;—of Clarence-street Chapel, Manchester;—of Pendlehill;—of Oldham;—of Colne ; — of Ogdon, near Rochdale ;—of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 April 1831

    Manchester; of George-street Chapel, Manchester; of Moor-lane, Bolton; of Hope Chapel, Rochdale; of Saint George's-road Chapel, Manchester; of Cloughfold and Lumb in Rossendale; of Pleasant-street Chapel, Haslingden; of Clarence-street Cha¬ pel, Manchester; of Pendlehill; of Oldham; of Colne; of Ogdon, Subscribers-only content


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