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  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 13, April 1566, 01 April 1566-30 April 1566

    the Bee of Whitehaven, which goes with hired fishermen to Chester and Liverpool with herrings, and brings back cattle . Ravenglass creek. Deputies Nicholas Moore, Thos. Frere, Giles Walker, and Thos. Brownrigg; there are inhabitants near, and 10 householders of Subscribers-only content

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 21, April 1572, 01 April 1572-30 April 1572

    I have made diligent enquiry, and am advertised that a ship of great burden may arrive at Pelysudder and at Ravenglass, Whitehaven, Workington, and Elnefoot, where a ship of 60 or 90 tons may come in at the spring tide, Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, June 1685, 11-20, 11 June 1685-20 June 1685

    employ Joseph Herbert as messenger at Ravenglass in Whitehaven port at 5 l. per an . to give intelligence to the officers of Whitehaven and to Mr. Kirkby of all ships that arrive at Ravenglass with tobacco, wines etc. f

    Index, R, 01 January 1619-30 June 1623

    , Robt., Earl of Sussex Bridget, Countess of Sussex Robt., Visct. Fitzwalter Ratcliffe , Trinity House at Rathborne , John Ravenglass Ravoire , Paul de la letter of, to Carleton Rawlins , Giles Rawlyns , John Raworth , Fras., sen. Subscribers-only content

    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    to, 407. Robert, Earl of Sussex, 44, 103, 423, 540. , late Countess of Sussex, the Lord Chamberlain's widow, 170. Ravenglass , co. Cumberland, 432. Ravenna , 159. Ravis , Thomas, letter from, 233. Rawling , Robert, of Newcastle, the

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Conishead

    and Anselm son of Michael (le Fleming) de Furness , from whom they obtained the chapel of Drigg , near Ravenglass on the Cumberland coast. 9 Most of these grants are only known from the general confirmation of their charters

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Calder

    were also given a right of common on Coupland Fells and the fishery called Monkegarth on the sea sands near Ravenglass . 25 The clear annual value of the doctor's grant was £13 10 s . 4 d ., and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    attached to the railway company. NARROW ESCAPE or LORD AND LADY MUNCASTER.-On Saturday, the 23d ult., Lord Muncaster's party left Ravenglass with a carriage and four horses, two postillions, a coachman and footman, and drove up to the head of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was adopted unandi- smously. NAnroW ESCAPE Or Lo hse AND LAmd tUNoACTER.- On Saturday, the party left the castle uner Ravenglass, at noon, with the carriage and four prancing horses, two poutiawiony, a coachman, and footman, aund drove up to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of carrying. out the agreement of repuk- "u ad for liguidating the co6mS . The ordinary generSI meeting of the Ravenglass and Eskc~iflc TRafltyay Cipan w'ill be held on the 7th AiUgust. The ordinary general meeting of the Laguiia Silver Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Their Royal Highnosses the Duke. and Duchess of CONNAUGiiT arrived at Ravenglass on a visit to Lord and Lady MNC.ASTER;, at Muncaster Castle, late on Tuesday niight. They wvill remain till to- day, when they wi~l leave for Scotland via Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the same timee 'btnlfrge their erperience. Among such Northerners Ias like to avoid the madding crotvdv, Silloth, Sea- tscale, Ravenglass, and Grange, towns on the Cum- r berland and Lancashire coast, have of late years )bbisan'inreasingly In vogue. Silloth, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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

    Risborough, 475, p.—Quakers, 324, p.—Radnor, New, 115. Radnor, Upper Part of County, 216. Rainham, 168, p. Rastrick, 436. Ratby, 173. Ravenglass, 312, p. Redruth, 161. Redworth, 168, p. Reigate, 168, p. Retford, East, 130, p. Rhayader, 216. Rickmansworth, 167. Riddings, Subscribers-only content

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

    111. Pwllheli, 145, p.—Radnor, New, 217. Radnor, Upper Part of the County, 312. Rafford, 253, p. Rame, 152. Ramsey, 145. Ravenglass, 217, p. Ravensworth, 258, p. Rawdon, 111. Reading, 263, p. Redruth, 106, p. Reedness, 75. Reigate, 223, Rendam, 96. Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1824, 3 May 1824

    of the United Secession Slayery. Church of Scotland, in Newcastle-upon-Tyne; and of Inha¬ bitants of the parish of J'arrow; of Ravenglass, and the parish of Muncaster; and of the town of Tramore,— were presented, and read; praying for the gradual Subscribers-only content

    Index, 6 January 1825

    Adherents of the United Secession Church of Scotland, in Newcastle-upon-Tyne; 312. And of Inhabitants of the Parish of Jarrow; of Ravenglass, and the Parish of Mun- caster; to be printed, ibid. Of Resident Proprietors, Agents and Inhabitants of Iron Works, Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1826, 7 April 1826

    ion to inted. ti¬ ns, pre. ition. >ajiers. nit Schools, Forth mi. id i Koad raitted. igainst e's tent •airi&t ction 7 Geo. IV. 7° Aprilis. 217 gainst Petition against Bmkbg'syrtem in ireand. Petitions of wonere. Petitions for Slavery"5 Subscribers-only content

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