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  • * British History Online * *

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    Supplementary Records, Windermere - Undermilbeck and Applethwaite

    the land and soil there to the said John Bolton as a compensation. Ibid . 1816 22 April. Presentment that Millbeck Stock Bridge is one of the public bridges and that the said bridge and the 300 feet of the

    Undermilbeck, Applethwaite and Winster

    and he and his men shall have common of pasture for their beasts between Winandermere and Crook and to Mulnebec (Millbeck) and to the bounds of Licheberg (Lickbarrow) which was William Brigthwall's, saving to the grantor and his heirs all

    General Index, M, 01 March 1677-28 February 1678

    Head Militia , the, Act for the better ordering of complaint that commands in, are given to favourers of Dissenters Millbeck , Sir Christopher Musgrave visits, on Sir J. Williamson's command Miller , Francis, and other merchants of London, petition Subscribers-only content

    Records of Kendale, County bridges

    " 100 " " Holbeck Troutbeck 100 " " 8 Troutbeck " 100" " Troutbeck Church " 100 " " Millbeck Stock Undermillbeck 100 " " Ings Hugill 100 " " Scroggs Over Staveley 100 " " Barley " 100

    Index, A - K

    264. " Meathop, 19. " Middleshaw, 32, 121. " Middleton Hall, 32, 304. " Mill, Grasmere , 30, 188. " Millbeck Stock, 30, 205. " Millbridges, Stainton , 239. " Miller, 91, 96. " Milnthorpe, 31, 61, 224, 225, 226,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in consequence or tire ulecease of the tenant, a WOOLLEN MANUFACTORY, with a coad dweling-house and twelve cottages, situate at Millbeck, now in fall work-, rind fitted for carryin on a good rbusinews in the mann. feetoce principally of collard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES. DATi PRaoMr SWALLOWXNE FALsE TEIOTH..-On S afternoon an inquiry was held at the Prince Regent Tavern orday road, Mile-end, by Mr. Walthew, respecting the death of lobe Barringtonagedfiftys8ix. Dr. J.Reillysaidthathewas alI[ar and found deceased had juet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES. DEATH -EOM SWALLOWIN6 FALSE TBETHU.-Ol Saturday afternoon an inquiry was held at the Prince Regent Tavern, Olobe. road, Mileead, by Mr. Walthaw, respecting the death of Mary Harrington aged fifty-six. i Dr. J. Reilly said that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Misadventure-A few days ago, a weaver named Peat, iv the employ of Messrs. Dover, Yuungbusband, and Co., woollen manufacturers, Millbeck, near Kes- wick, actually wove a live mouse into his cloth; but whether the unfortunate little animal bad dropped Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has been proved. The testatrix devises freehold property to Mr William Blackburn, draper, Tunstall Vale, Sunderland; Mr Richard Blackburn, farmer, Millbeck; and Mr Jonathan Story Blackburn, joiner, Burgh; and legacies of £1.000 to Mr Richard Blackburn. £2.000 to Mr Jonathan Subscribers-only content

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