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  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1601, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    in Dorsetshire; Haselbury in Somersetshire; Ardington in Berkshire; lands in Shropshire; Brackley in Northamptonshire; Holborn in London; Bassenthwaite, Whicham and Silecroft in Cumberland, and some tenements in Southwark, Surrey. The total amount of money involved is 478:19:1. Undated . Endorsed:

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    The, 216. Clerk of. See Windebank, Sir Thomas. Signoria (Seigniorie), of Venice, reported to be well affected towards Queen, 32. Silecroft , co. Cumberland, 90. Sittingbourne , co. Kent, Cecil lodges at, 21. Skenfrith , co. Monmouth, plan of lands

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    meetng of the Exeu tiveCommnitceeof tlhe ockermouth Dvision Conservative Assoiation, heldyesterday after- noon, at Cockermnoth, Mr. John Scurrak Bandie, bof Silecroft, Workington, wAS formally adblited as the 5 Conservatave candidate to oppose Sir Wilfrid Lawson at I the next generis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    calved 4thx March, 1821; breedlers exhibiors. 3, George Dickson, Milserose,. Ne-stownards-Xillecross Queen'; roan; calved loth April, 1895; breeder, William llrockbank-, Silecroft. It, Messrs. Lyle, flcnsqhmors Rouse, Cauiity Tyrone--Silver Queen 2nd; roan; calved let July, 1883; breeders, ex- hibitors. CLASS 17-Shorthorn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Before the Judge Ordinary.) GIBSON V. MYEIIS. This was a question relative to the will of William Brocklebaenk, late of Silecroft, in Cunmberland, who died in Jucie IS14, leaving property worth about 3001. By the instrument in dispute lie gave Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prue. - Derby Mercury. On Friday a quantity of tobacco in a raw state was cast upoo the shore near Silecroft, being evidently part of tue cargo o some ill-fated vessel which had foundered at sea. A mast was also Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    copper mines, and being anxious to arrive back at the village in time to catch the eleven a.m. train for Silecroft, he ascended the mountain I very quickly. An old resident, who was between seventy | and eighty years of Subscribers-only content

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