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  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Natland

    December. John Archer, doctor of physic and one of his majesty's justices of the Peace for the county, died at Oxenholme. "He was a worthy man, an honor to his profession, an impartial magistrate, an amiable friend, a delight to

    Appendices, Kendal Castle and the Westmorland coat of arms

    = 3 a. 2 r. 38 p.; the near Oxenholme = 8 a. 3 r.; far Oxenholme = 6 a. 2 r. 30 p.; the middle Oxenholme = 7 a.; Low Oxenholme = 8 a. 2 r.; Round Close =

    Supplementary Records, Old Hutton and New Hutton

    in a substantial and commodious manner and are in complete repair. (K. Indict Book, 1824 34). Each being on the Oxenholme to K. Lonsdale road. 1829 New Hutton chapel was built in 1739, rebuilt in 1828 and reopened on 18

    Supplementary Records, Windermere - Undermilbeck and Applethwaite

    required is 125,000, to be raised by 15 shares. It is proposed to leave the Lancaster and Carlisle line near Oxenholme and proceed westward of Parkside to Kendal and thence skirt along the eastern side of the river Kent to

    North Westmorland, Railways

    year; General Pasley, the Government Inspector examined the work and gave his certificate for a single line as far as Oxenholme on 18 September, 1846; and finally the whole railroad to Carlisle was opened for traffic on 15 December following.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    way affrairs-. tald i 0 Tr'ooki oyal Engitieers, intended for telegraphtic. ser- ian vice in E.gypt, sailed in the trensport Oxenholme from. hs iLondon yesterday. They take with themn an air telegraplh no o liae, 200 miles in length, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tihl The hospital ship Carthage sailed from the Albert Docks the yesterday mrneing'for the Mediterranean, and the trans- Ho' port Oxenholme, whieh'Isad been detained in the Thamos ant all night with the Royal Engineers on board, also got out nha Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I-THE WAR. IN EGYP OOTH:TER RECONNAISSANCE. IBNEW EGYPTIAN MINISTNRY. [ wa's TEGRA 1ZS, EXANiDRIA, A-UGVST 22 (8.4A5 p.m.) This afttrnoon a force of about 60O men of the watch aeh a reconnaissance fron Gabriel 'at Ramlel , in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Euphrates, for Bombay, on Octoler 15; the Royal Engineer Artillery and the Pohtoon and, Telegraph Field Park by the Oxenholme, on October 30. The, troops to 'remnaiil in, Cairo are the 3rd Brigade, consisting of the 42nd, 71st, 75th, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    henceyes- G nterdayforPortsmouth. The troopship Nevada, with ti, d 3690officerand men from Alexandria, left to-day for A d Southampton. The Oxenholme arrived yesterday ar *o afternoon'from Alexandria, with 325 dflicers and co nien and' 143 horses, and proceeded to-day for Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Lancaster Stalmine with Staynall STALMINE

    Arghole and its pool, Harestane and Harecarr, Yarsmoor and Warlesmoor, Scalingstud, Taylid, Lawrence's Cross, Fernbreck, Keldwellbreck, Lamypot, the Greenway and Oxenholme in Stalmine ; Cumbelow, Alsergate, Argholestan, Risegreve, Wallgate, Smerepot, Hychum Oxgang and Uttingland. a John son of William Beaufront,


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