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You searched for: Place: Mungrisdale, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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    I entered sipon thie study ofi setheaetics, under the tuition of Ilr. f John Slec, at that time residitng at Mungrisdale, a sequestered a part of Cuimbersltid. As a teacher of stheuss'(tics this gets- n tlenian's reputation stood deservedly ligh, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    CATTLE DISEASE IN CUmmBER- D ~x). -Anthrax has broken out among the herd of Mr. t Mandall, of Blake Hill, Mungrisdale, Penrith. Several a young cattle have died, and others are attacked, it is sup- I posed, through eating brackens. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    grave charges affecting the moral, meli- a glens, and Professional character oflhite Rev'~ Noses Hethe- 4 rinton, N.A., incumbent of Mungrisdale, n'ear Peritiif a I benefice which was conferrd on him about' eighteen monihs s since. The commissioners appointed by Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    - The Rev. D. Wilson, curate of St, Nicholas's Chapel, in Whitehaven, has been presented to the Perpetual Curacy of Mungrisdale, near Caldbeck, by the Rev. H. Askew, rector of Greystoke. We regret to learn that the Dean of Bristol Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Bishops-Sutton Rev. R. J. Crosswell, to Timberscombe V. Rev. C. Cure, to St. George's, Hanover-square R. Rev. H. Derrig, to Mungrisdale, Cumberland Rev. S. Flood, to St. Luke's V., Leicester Rev. P. S. Gooch, to Benacre with Easton Bavant with Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    wicked king. On the night of the 20th inst., an old man, in his 80th year, missed the track upon Mungrisdale com- mon, in Cumberland, and the next morning he was found frozen to death, not more than 80 yards Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to Bectory oi bt. George s, Hanover Square. Patron, the Bishop of London. Rev. H. Derrig, to Perpetual Curacy of Mungrisdale, Cum- berland. Bey. J. Fleming. Vicar of St. Michael's, Chester Square, to be Honorary Chaplain to Her Majesty. Rev. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    2s. The Rev. Hugh Derrig, LL.B., formerly of this town, has been appointed Perpetual Curate of Mungrisdale, Cumberland. The Manx Harvest. - In our next issue will appear a series of special reports with regard to the harvest in various Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    is th . only public body that obtained special powers ; and for inclosure the only Act paased related to Mungrisdale Com- mon, Cumberland. RAILWAY RATRS. Under the Railways and Canal Traffic Act the following railway companies have Board of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Grevstoke, and niany other*, all of whom have liberally contributed. We have already £800 ; we watt £100. Donations sent to me will be thankfully aokuowl dged.- Yours. <tc, Hugh Derrig, M.A., LL.B., Nov. 17, 1884. Vicar, Mungrisdale, Penrith. O Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    clearly ascertained, entered upon the study of mathematics under the tuition of Mr. John Slee, at that time residing at Mungrisdale, a sequestered part of Cumberland. As a teacher of mathematics, this gentleman's reputation stood de- servedly high, and perhaps Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Saturday, March 29th, at 2} p.m., for Orton, Crosby Ravensworth. Greystoke, on Monday, March 22nd, at 3 p.m., for Greystoke, Mungrisdale, W r atermeUock. Skelton, Hut- ton iv the Forest. Bowness, on Thursday, March 25th, at 24 p.m., for Bowness, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to six years' solitary confinement, with labour.- Paris Print. Singular Circumstance.- Last Christmas twelve months the Key. D. Wilson, of Mungrisdale, planted some young apple trees and two young pear trees in his garden. One ofthe pear trees blossomed very Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    St. George's, diocese Peterborough: value, £160, with residence; patron, Vicar of St Margaret's, Leicester; Rev. R. Burnaby, deceased, July 15. Mungrisdale, Cumberland, diocese Carlisle : value, £57, with residence ; patron, Vicar of Greystoke; Rev. Moses Hethei-ington, deceased, July 12. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    prebendary of Here- ford Cathedral : fourth honorary canon of Worcester Cathedral. Rev. S. F. Whitehead ; perpetual curate of Mungrisdale, Penrith - patron, the rector of Greystoke. LICENSES TO CURACIES. By the Bishop of Chester - Rev. W. Rowley, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Rev. E. Hall, to the curacy of St. John's church, Notting-hill. The Rev. M. Hetherington, to the perpetual curacy of Mungrisdale, Cumberland. The Rev. W. Holesgrove, to the curacy of St. George's, Gloucester. The Rev. R. S. Hunt, to the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    New parishes and church building acts, &c. Returns of parishes divided and districts assigned to churches under the provisions of the church building acts, and the Parish of Manchester Division Ac..., 1870

    Paul - Ireby ------- Irton ------- Lanercoss ------ Lorton ------ Loweswater ------ .Maryport ------ Matterdale ------ Mosser - Muncaster ------ Mungrisdale - Netherwasdale - - Newlands .-.--. Newton ------ Newton Arlosh St. John - - - Nichol, Forest - Ponsonby Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Census of England and Wales, 1871. (33 & 34 Vict. c. 107.) Population tables. Area, houses, and inhabitants. Vol. II. Registration or union counties., 1872

    Yk. Sub-D Mundcn, Little Mundford Mundhani ii l'ar. Norf. Par. „ Par. Mundham, North Sussex Par. Mundon Mundsley Mungrisdalc . Mungrisdale . Munsley Munslow Munslov:,Lo wer,& e. Munslow, Lower Munslow, Upper Munslow, Upper Mun&low . Munslow Murcot Murrah . Mursley Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Census of England and Wales for the year 1861. Population tables. Vol. I. Numbers and distribution of the people., 1862

    . . Muncaster , Muncaster Munden, Great . Munden, Little . Mundford . Mundham . Mundham, North Mundon . Mundsley Mungrisdale . Munsley . . Munslow . Munslow, Lower Munslow, Upper Munslow . . Munslow . Murcott Mursley . Murston Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Census of Great Britain, 1851. Population tables. I. Numbers of the inhabitants, in the years 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, 1841, & 1851. Vol. II., 1852

    Soil - - Township 51H Huiton John - - Township 665 - Chapelry 9336" - Chapelry 7313 - Chapelry 4710 Mungrisdale - - Township- 6729 Bowscale - - Township 2560 Berrier and Murrah Township 2604, Hutton-Roof - .. - Township Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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