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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Holmcultram

    had established no fewer than seven granges within their lordship, viz. the old grange and the granges of 'Ternis,' Mayburgh, Skinburness (Schineburgh), 'Sevehille,' Raby and Newton Arlosh (Arlosk), possessions which Pope Lucius thought of sufficient importance to be placed in

  • * British History Online * *

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

    Workington, and Elnefoot, where a ship of 60 or 90 tons may come in at the spring tide, and at Skinburness, 10 miles from Carlisle, a ship of 130 tons. Of these things Sir Hen. Curwen, now at London, can Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, May 1684, 1-14, 01 May 1684-31 May 1684

    officer at Workington at 30 l. per an . to keep a horse and ride the coast from Allonby to Skinburness: as proposed by William Kirkby in his late survey of Carlisle and Whitehaven ports. Richard Beck to be established

    Warrants for Minor Appointments, 1731, 06 January 1731-29 December 1731

    to guard the coast between the Spurn Head and Bridlington, loco Thos. Black, deceased; Timothy Fisher, same from Allonby to Skinburness, Whitehaven port, loco Joseph Milner, superannuated; Wm. Knot, first mate of the Walker sloop, customs service at Weymouth, loco

    Index, S, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    434. -, nations of Indians. See Indians. Sixpence per tax . See Deduction. Sixpenny tax on silver . See Silver. Skinburness (Cumberland) , 203. Skinner , Brinley, Consul at Leghorn, 196, 349. -, Edmund, Sheriff of Worcester, 160. -, Robt.

    Index, S, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    282, 292, 314, 498, 607, 1030, 1037, 1180, 1342 3, 1519 20, 1527; depart ure, 599. Skiddys Castle see Cork. Skinburness (co. Cumberland), 1116. Skinner , Daniel, jerquer, London port, 180, 181, 291, 1191, 1323. -, Edward, tidesman, Bideford, 500,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    victualler, Warrington, Laneash. J. C. Reiffenstein, merchant, Camberwell. 9 BANxRUPTS. S. Les'y, silveismith, Exeter. [Turner, Milman-st. Redford-row- G. Graves, innkeeper, Skinburness, Cumberland. [Adlington and Co., Bed ford-row. W. White, grocer, Great Bridge, Staffordshire. [Norton and Chaplin, Gray's- . inn-square. SV. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Royal Artillery, which has been undergoing gunnery instruc~tion at Skinburness, the northern praotce camp, has been ordered to Stren- sail Camap, near ork, for a month's training before returning to Birmingham for garrison duty during the winter months. Second-Lieutenant G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    June to the 7th July for gun practice, at the artillery range on tn e shores of the SOlxtily, off Skinburness. Marh.s. The 19th Brigade Division PRoyal Artillery. consisting cf three field batteries and derails Royal Field -Artii- lery, will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eighteen years in the ranks of the Artillery. Lieut.-Colonel Cunliffe, Roy-al Artillery, Leeds, has been selected for camp commandant at Skinburness, with I Adjutant Browning, Leeds ½oluntcer Artillery and late Sheffield Barracks, as ranging officer. The Shedive's illness, which was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    95th and 7th Batteries of RoyalI Field Artilery, from LIeeds, and the 96th Battery, from Birmingham, who are encamped at Skinburness, on the Solway Firth, for thgir annual gun-training, are having as pleasant a time as can be exptected. Altogether Subscribers-only content

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