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  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (East Ward), All Saints', Orton

    the County Council list. Tebay Bridge, over the Lune on the road between Tebay and Orton. On 18 July, 1649, this bridge was found to be one of the sixteen, as above, that were in decay. Tebay Bridge appears upon

    North Westmorland, Railways

    yards on each side of the railway." II. DARLINGTON AND TEBAY RAILWAY. The South Durham and Lancashire Union Railway, having its junction with the Lancaster and Carlisle Railway at Tebay, was promoted by an independent company and became absorbed by

    Index, T, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    Te - , Robert, I. 7 (p. 10). Tebay (Tibbey, Tibbee, Thebe, Tybie, Tibbe) , Thos., insurgent, I. 416 (2), 498 (2), 687 (pp. 301 304), 992, 1217 (Tebold). Tebold. See Tebay; also Theabold., Tibbee, Thebe, Tybie, Tibbe), Thos., insurgent,

    North Westmorland, Catholic recusancy and Protestant Dissent

    Haile Grange, gent. George Miller of Stainmore, yeo. William Leight of Temple Sowerby, yeo. Andrew Dennison of Tebay, yeo. William Robinson of Tebay, yeo. The Jacobite rising of 1715 was the cause for the compilation of the English Catholic Nonjuror

    Parishes (East Ward), St Peter, Asby

    by a dispute between the King and the abbot of Byland regarding the right of possession of certain lands in Tebay and Asby. The jury, of whom Nicholas de Musgrave was one, are all described as holding land in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bilitrestreet Plunket, William, Dorse, square 'a'emyle, Rtirhd. L, Great Tirels' Pluckner, James, Guildford Street Soeld street Poelkliagton, Robert, (ld Change Tebay, Wim. 46 Deke street bl Pronab, Hn. re er, 3dCaven- 'a eversharn, Njark, Ludgatm dish square. Thaebrab, George, Feltmarnste, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hoxtsn Taswney, Jas. Dodsley, 21 Regent's square Taylor, Richard, E'q., Bedfont Taylor, Rlobert, Heston Taylor, Wam. liy., Esq., Birook st. Tebay, 'William, 3 John street, Edgware road Tescrsham, Mark, Ludgate hill Thelluson, Hon. Arthur, Eaton sq. Thomas, Frank S., LittleToweer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stone, Birmingham, printer-April 3, J. B. Perrynman, Birming- ham, bookseller-April 4, T. Redshaw, Bourne, Lincolnshire, saddler. CERTIFICATES. April 12, R Tebay, Winchester, plumber-April 2, J. Reaveley, Queenniithe, paper commission agent-April 2, W. and 1. Dun- nage, Tooley street, plumbers-April 2, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wlliant Lynn, Lincoln's-lnn fielis Smith, Charles Maniby, %liddle Temple Sowton, Williato Macsiti, Middle Temple Stopford, Jas. Sydney, 41 Cartub'idg' terracei Tebay, William, George stteet Thompson, Berks ,Vni. Oxford street Thrupp, Hy. J. George street Thrmpson, Edward, 16 Bernard street Thomson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bhunt, Harmondsworth Tillyer, William, Cowley Trimmer, Frederick Edmund, Heston Thorogood, William, 22 Sussex street Taylor, William H. Esq., Brook street Tebay, William, Esq., George shreet Thompson, Berks William, Esq., Oxford street Thrupp. Angustu, IEsq., Oxtbrd street Thrupp, Henry J. Esq., Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals SS Mary & Cuthbert, Greatham

    John Burgess , occ. 27 November, 1384 35 Thomas Weston , occ. 9 October, 1407 36 John de Tybbay [? Tebay ] , coll. 18 October, 1408 , p.m. T. Weston 37 Ralph Steel , occ. 1415 38 John Hunteman,

    Townships Rivington

    Mr. Septimus Tebay , then head master, in 1864 . Since 1875 the school has been the Rivington and Blackrod Grammar School. See also Irvine , Rivington , 112-22. A list of the first scholars is printed in Tebay 's

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 March 1761, 6 March 1761

    of Orton, to Kirby " Kendal, and from Orton to the Turnpike Road near " Shapp, and from HigEgate near Tebay, in a Part of " the Highway between Appleby and Kirby Kendal, " through the Town of Kirby Steven, Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1761, 9 March 1761

    the Townfliip of Orton, to Kirby Kendal, and from Orton to the Turnpike Road near Shapp, and from Highgate near Tebay, in a Part of the Highway be¬ tween Appleby and Kirby Kendal, through the Town of Kirby Steven, to Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1761, 10 March 1761

    of Orton to Kirby Kendal, and " from Orton to the Turnpike Road near Shapp, and " from Highgate near Tebay, in a Part of the Highway " between Appleby and Kirby Kendal, through theTown " of Kirby Steven, to Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1761, 11 March 1761

    of Orten, to Kirby Kendal, and from Orion " to the Turnpike Road near Shapp, and from Bighgate " near Tebay, in a Part of the Highway between Apple- '* by and Kirby Kendal, through the Town of Kirby " Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1761, 19 March 1761

    Orion to Kirby " Kendal; and from Orton to the Turnpike Road near " Shapp ; and from Highgate near Tebay, in a Part of " the Highway between Appleby and Kirby Kendal, " through the Town of Kirby Steven, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    A Comparative analysis of English railway passenger traffic for the five years 1883-1887, 1889

    2nd class fares which has taken place on the London and North Western system, and not between competitive points only-e.g., Tebay to Penrith , 19 miles, 2nd single fare, 2s.-and this in some of the finest carriages in the kingdom. Subscribers-only content

    Geology of the Lake District, 1800

    to Fountains Fell , and as far northwards as Sedberg and Wasdale Crag . The Howgill , Cautley , and Tebay Fells , composed of schist, here come next under review. How shall we dispose of these In what category Subscribers-only content

    Geology of the Lake District, 1800

    is seen resting upon Palaeozoic schist, there called samel. Whence it may be conspicuously traced along the base of the Tebay and Cautley Fells into Ravenstonedale . These plain and obvious facts, exhibiting the old red sandstone in a direct Subscribers-only content

    Geology of the Lake District, 1800

    vale of Strathmiglo and Falkland presents an instance of stratification, still more exactly and normally representing a section drawn from Tebay , through Duf'ton and Cross Fell . Looking northwards therefrom, the Ochil range is comparatively flat, and easy of Subscribers-only content

 

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