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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is called Birkdaae; and that of the southern fork, which penetrates the recesses of Great Shunnr Fell, is called Great Sleddale. For the first six miles the course of the stream is almost due east, sd between its head and Subscribers-only content

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    Bar.k; 8, .fchn WcchOdthenscagie'Hal.iiri: 2,n3 6a~e '2 - LOAcK P'AoE tOocIJrA~s EUnsr. ' di Bsar rif 'an aye, Wiltiam Enmdsort Sleddale EBall, Shap,Westinnrc- Wi5 land; 'lands Jtohathan Pest Knowlsmsre'Mtner, Olicheros.-k 'fThreeoehearvinogewors, J., keen and 80n; Sllode'n; 2, J. ingloby, m Subscribers-only content

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    the head of Swale- dale by entering it from Kiricby Stephen, through Birk- dale, wherel the becles of Birkdale and Sleddale unite in thlat desolate region to form the infant Swale. A little farther down conunence those noble wooded limestone Subscribers-only content

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    at Kennal market on Saturday morning c as reported severe weather in the dales of 'Weetmorelaud. ir ed At Long Sleddale. a few miles from Kendal, the snow lies P us six foot deep. The weather continues wintry, and the Subscribers-only content

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    10s~added,W. Mawaon,Swiadlsle Sweepstakes of Is. each for shortherned hoiler calf. stnder 12 mouths, with l.s. added, J. and W. Wilkinsion, Sleddale. Messrs. Carruthers and Co. lancaster offered thepnresin the two foleowing clases :-Boll alf oosd-r 12 months old, fed with Subscribers-only content

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    horses, so chosen for the occasion. The tenants were upwards of 100 mn number. The cavalry, among whamu where Lient. Sleddale, Cornet Wilson, and Quartermaster Willison, mustered thirty-twFo, and the rifle volunteers were about forty bayonets. On the procession arriving Subscribers-only content

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    Fea tat 'he I women u-le.a beautiful. A "plain" w -':an o; th.e house of Sleddale u-as as rare a n,,1U a' a ignoble Squire Sleddale. a A peep into the interior of the ]aLld grs an 4as~y but fAscinating Subscribers-only content

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    to com- mence. The sun has withdrawn his glorious pre- e sence behind a heavv bank of clouds. Wet n Sleddale, not to belie its name, greets us y with a few big drops. Swallows are flying very i low, Subscribers-only content

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    S. t. A.Bailer, M.A.,genioreuratoofHolyTrlnity; curate- S lu-cliargo of St. Mary's, Twiclieubam. S Rev. W. Burrows, B.A.; perpetual curate of Long Sleddale. . Patron, tf Vicar of Kendal. Rev. T. Bnsh, vicar of Burton; vicar of the Priory Church, Christchorch, p Subscribers-only content

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    the sole charge of Balderstone, near Roch- dale, has bad offered to him by Archdeacon Coooer the living of Long Sleddale, Westmoreland, anl has now accepted the offer. The Rev. James H. Denison, who has been ourate of St. Jobn Subscribers-only content

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    University), late curate-in-oharge of Balderstone, near Rochdale, having been presented by the Yen. Archdeacon Cooper to the vicarage of Long Sleddale, near Kendal, in succession to the Rev. Wm. Dent, has now entered upon the duties of the benefice. There Subscribers-only content

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    Fr oa U please aiicept thu iutima tion. '__, Davison.- Oa tho 21th inat , Mary, wire of .Tame- Davison, Sleddale Far u, a^cd 57. Interment ;>. Gnisborough Cemetery on Monday at 1 p.m. Fr.utiti _;ie_.<- a i'i'ipi this hit Subscribers-only content

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    waa remauded till Monday for enquiries to be made. A Gift to Kendal. - The last sur- vivor of tho Sleddale family, of Sieddale Hall, Westmoreland, is about to" erect twelve alms- houses and a church for the aged and Subscribers-only content

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    Interment on WednetiJay ;:t 3 30 p.m , corto┬╗e leaving 46, Albert-road, au 2.15 for All .Saint's Church. Dunn -At Sleddale farm, nuar Kild ile. on the 15th May, Nicholas Thomas, ajred 21, tlu beloved son of Thomas Dunn, of Subscribers-only content

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    inst.. John Edward Culiingwurth, engineer, late cf sin n*. a- ou-Tees, aged 24 yeaM. Interred at. Cicirei .; Dunn -At Sleddale Farm, near Kildale. on the 15th May, Nickolaa Thomas, aged 21. the be!o*.v J s..a of Thomas Dunn, of Subscribers-only content

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    w'orth-terraoe, Spennymoor. 8 FOUND. Half-bred Hogg and ~H_f-br^ ___-hig7~if not churned in six days will be sold. Apply James Davidson, Sleddale, Guisborough. 8 TO PARENTS. - Join your children a* mem- bers of the " Children's Circle" in the "' Subscribers-only content

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    M.A., Senior Curate of Holy Trinity, Curate-in- Charge of St. Mary's, Twickenham, Rev. W. Burrows, 8.A., Perpetual curate of Long Sleddale Patron, the Vicar of Kendal. Rev. T. Bush, Vicar of Burton, Vicar of Priory Church, Christchurch. Rev. J. Butter, Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. William Todd, fellmonger, Penrith, to Miss Tyson, of Kendal. Also, at the same place, Mr. John Mattison, of Long Sleddale, to Miss Saul, of Mill Bridge. On Sunday last, Mr. Thomas Sharpies, of Sunney Side, in the parish of Subscribers-only content

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    Kendal. On the 7th inst. aged 24, suddenly, Mr. Wm. Robinson Thompson, son of Mr Edward Thomp- son, of Long Sleddale, Westmorland. Lately, in London, aged 32, Mr T. Noble, of the house of Barclay, Perkins, and Co and son Subscribers-only content

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    the sole charge of Balderstoue, near Roch- dale, has had offered to him by Archdeacon Cooper the living of Long Sleddale, Westmorland, and has now accepted the offer.- The Rev. Arthur J. W. Crosse, B. A. (University of London) has Subscribers-only content

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