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    of this bridge. Force Beck. This bridge appears upon the list of public bridges made on 28 April, 1679. Riggindale, over Riggindale Beck in Mardale. On 18 April, 1757, Quarter Sessions ordered that John Holme be paid for the repair British History Online

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    Raisbeck Bottom, 204. Raisgill Hall, 15, 204. Randall, 205. Rawthey, 7, 10, 11, 15, 214, 217, 218. Rayne, 15, 205. Riggindale, 368. Ringill, 134. Rosgill, 11, 12, 16, 368, 369. Routhwaite, 10, 11. Row End, 230. Sai nt Laurence, 5, British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of resting himself for a while, but the hounds were hard npon him and drove bim down the straits of Riggindale, and to Mardale Bridge. Reynard then made up to Branstree, the hounds mak- ing the valley ring with their Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Patent Ihß?__^"?*o*» avoided. t_ : »i*'*iha."., ; IoMA HC FILTERS.- No case of -ST .*;"- '« I'tn^t, . l ?„' t ' Um " i , where li "-'se Filters have been in use. i . ; '■' u.-.ii,_ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    P,~ n ,.^ CAUTION -TYPHOID AVOIDED. WEST AUTOMATIC FILTEItS.-No case of t1 1_i...._ l,a_ , -ve r occurred where these Filters have been in use. t__. „__' c " l ' riv * u ' houses or large establishments. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TYPHOID and Other WATER-BORNE DISEASES i_ntir.lv PREVENTED by the use of Uie CISTERN aud ■ber IILfKKb bii^plied by the London and General Water Purifying U_u|_niylLtd... No household is complete without one. Patronised tj L-uierous Hospitals Sanitary Institutions, ke Testimonials Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ani ftropzztits. G* LITCHFIELD, Established 1838. a GENT for HOUSES in MAYFAIR, PARK- LANE. % and ('ROSVENOK-.se. CAKE DISTRICTS I^o. •'■ LRUION-STRELT. DERKELEY-SQUARE. _>__- l/iN"(' LEASE POR SALE. IiERKKLEY-SQI ALE - Handsome Red-brick RESI- : l*> PENCE .r. l.uilt Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    JJEAL & SON'S BEDDING. J-JEAL & SON'S BEDDING. Heal k Son _ celebrated bed- ding is all manufactured on tie prcuus-. with the must H- improved machiueiy. -Ah k SON ri BEDDING. __£EAL k SON S BEDDING. Heali Son's Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SPECIAL NOTICE FOR EARLY SrRING. "VJAPLE and CO LONDON Ik J APLE and CO SPECIAL FACILITIES I^VJR DECORATIONS REHABILITATION C*_kKITABY ENGINEERING XII-ECTRIC LIGHTING VENTILATION , OF TOWN HOUSES FLATS RESIDENTIAL FLATS (YR COUNTRY MANSIONS MAPLE and CO. have maie Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    „ a Plain) GENERALS. aU Classes of Serrants. -Great ,tOT*> < r '°s »\TED excellent situations ; good wages: largest / W v tn _*V_ I sli-iuld apply and get suited Mrs. Pipe. M. V ■'<•• i: 'ti i Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    3jffre_s, Carriagts. && 4LD R I D G E'S. St. Martin --lane, London. BLIC SALES, by AtTCTION.of HORSES and CARRIAGES ! every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, commencing at half-past ! ten o cioct precisely. Horses must be delivered two days Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    .•-I'.TE*"* for town, by llth Oct., Two Sisters or TdoChP-,.-.. ! •jVV,",r •.. Ceo/ COOK and BETWEEN MAID S-T-fi* •'"■'-■' ses< wagef - ana f uU particu- ..A*.iVl> 1 rti.e er.-ii-.-r_,. a Thoroughly-exper*. n-ed COOK ; W :•" ■■'[ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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