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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Committee had Visited Splottlands, Cardift, and had approved of a plot r of land for a Forward Movement Centre at Moorland t A Road, at some distance from the site originally contem- plated. It was reported from the church at Subscribers-only content

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    are of great merit,,,nd others very indifferent. Going to the Well(.Vlollison) is pretty; The Grandmother (Engleheart) admirable; The Shamrock vilanous; Moorland Mary looks as if looking for a wager; and the Rose of Edendale almost squints. Th'e se&nmd face in Subscribers-only content

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    followed, interspersed with ditties from other performers. Old George Thomson, the friend of Bnrns, was reedy, for one, with 'The Moorland Wedding,' or ' Willie Brew'd a Peck o'Maut;' and so it went on, until Scott and Erskine, with any Subscribers-only content

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    CHRISTMAS PUBLICATIONS. The Moorland Cottage. By the Author of ' Mary Barton. With Illustrations by Birkett Foster. Chap. man and Hall. The Kickleburys oa. the Rhine. By Mr M. A. Titmarsh. Smith, Elder, and Co. The Story of Jack and Subscribers-only content

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    Now ready, at all the Libraries, 3 volo. post Soo, 'RUTH. By the Author of ' Mary Barton,' 'Tj "The Moorland Cottage.' te. T rrhere is a deep interest both in the general story and in particular scesses."-Spectator. A tAe Subscribers-only content

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    CROSBY, Adam (d. by 1399), of Appleby, Westmld.

    figures, including Thomas, Lord Musgrave†, the parsons of Kirkby Thore, Askby and Great Musgrave in Westmorland, and the vicar of Moorland in the same county, Sir William Threlkeld* (along with other members of his influential family), Robert Cliburn* and Sir

    OVERDO, Robert I, of Appleby, Westmld.

    He was later involved in a lawsuit there, being sued, in 1378, along with Thomas Olifant and the vicar of Moorland in Westmorland, for a debt of 40 marks in the court of common pleas. Interestingly enough, the plaintiff, Thomas


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