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    conception of Moses receiving the Tables, which makes an admirable termination to the collection.-T/sc ,l2noesxns. As Air. F. Smith, of Ambleside, was lately travelling on borseback be- tween Coniston enrd Aribteside, l'e overtook a flock of gercse, when, strange to Subscribers-only content

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    speedily as was expected, his Lordship got out, and walked the rcmaihder of the stage. H1is Lord ship passed through Ambleside, over Kirkstone, by the side of Patterdale Lake, to Irougham HI-all, wbere lie arrived in safetv, again to en'oy Subscribers-only content

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    cement manufacturer. [Sole, Aldersoanbury. A. Craig, Newcastle upon Tyne, cabinet maker. (Swain & Co. Frederick's place, Old Jewry. H. Dodd, Ambleside, Westmoreland, innkeeper. [Michael, Red Lion sq. G. W. Sawyer, Brighton, builder. [Da% & Bicknell, Lincoln's Inn fields. R. Brittain, Subscribers-only content

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    and J. Sliarroclks, Afanchester, machine-makers. [Adling. and Co. Bedford row. J. Askham, Sheffield, brewer. [Wilkinson, Lincoln's inn fields. J. Tmhompson, Ambleside, Westmoreland, bobbin-manufacturer. [Addison, Me klerhburgh square. J. F. Dalby, BIimiegham, scrivener. [Parker, Exeter street, Stfraod. T. Meare-, Wern, Shropshire, Subscribers-only content

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    Kt. HaclHin- son, Mlauesester, cossinsi.i agent-May 11, W. Stone, Glou cester-May 8, J. Higuawu, lirmioghasu, victualler -May tO, J., Thomrpson, Ambleside, Westmorelsod, bobbin manufacturer -May 8, G. Parsons, Wortbing, Sussex, wine merchant- May It, T. Coates, Leeds, cach proprietor-June 16, Subscribers-only content

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    to have been felt generally, with greater severity in the north than here. At Kirkham, Blackpool, Poulton, Fleetwood, Whitehaven, Kendal, Ambleside, and Keswick, the shock was very sharp. The earth- quake was felt in the Isle of Man at the Subscribers-only content

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    slide, for I am afraid that I am too old to learn to skait now. My 1 wife walks to Ambleside to get the letters, and then gose I round to meet us as we come from the Lake," A Subscribers-only content

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    Saturday week, that the cost to the county of the case of stealing a fishing-rod at Ambleside was 321.-' Westmore. land Gazette.' RAILWAY SLAUICiTEE.-Seven sheep, out of a flock which had strayed upon the Kendal and Windetmere line on Thursday Subscribers-only content

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    be discovered, which passes in succession three farm-houses, High Grove, Middle Grove, and Low Grcve, in Stock- dale, and enters Ambleside, three miles from the.deviation. Travellers who have exhausted the beauties of our own country, or 'who seek -that variety Subscribers-only content

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    to the little cottage where he liveil by [the Brathay, when Charles Lloyd and'he were school conipanions. Mrs Nicholson, of Ambleside, told me of a donkey-race which they had from the market-cross to the end of the village and back, Subscribers-only content

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    as second edi- tions that appear together ; two successful books, genuine and earnest, dating both from " Fox How, Ambleside," and each willi the name of Arnold on the title-page. Noble thoughts and high aspirations are in both, and Subscribers-only content

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    Polypody (Oak Fern), and the Limestone Poly-I pody. Two of the specimens printed here by the new process are from Ambleside, and the specimen of Limestone Polypody is from Lydbrook in Gloucestershire. The lime- stone hills of Gloucestershire are the Subscribers-only content

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    order to obtain the money shie represented to her aunt that there was a kind-hearted lady named Robson, living at Ambleside, who took great interest in money belonging to widows, and she would give twice as much interest as the Subscribers-only content

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    with his entrance to Glen Callater, near Braemar. Mr IV. C. Smith well represents in his view near Brathiw Church, Ambleside, the spectral effect of moonrise. MrI Branwhite excels as usual in a Black Frost-Boatsheds- WTinter; and Mr William Callow Subscribers-only content

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    year, J. Philcox, Esq. -On the 29th ult., at Barnes, Mrs Hayes, in her i9th year-On the 29th ult., at Ambleside, Mrs Nicholson, aged 84-On the 29th ult., at Pack- ham, in his 81st year, G. T. Brice, Esq.-On the Subscribers-only content

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    the Rev. Mr Fleming at Rayrig, and other friends of lesser note, but not less pleasant memory, in and around Ambleside. But Wilson's occupation was not found solely in. the society of poets and men of letters. " There were," Subscribers-only content

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    Co. with thie 4gra Bank, the agency of Messrs Wakefield, Crewdson, and Co., of Kendal, together with their branches at Ambleside, Kirkby Stephen, Sedburgh, and Ulverston. will be undertaken by Messrs Robarts, Lubbock, and Co. 3 from the lst prox.-The Subscribers-only content

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    exceeds that of any other part of England. At Keswiek, in 1863, upwards of 71 in. of rain fell: at Ambleside, 81 ; at Coniston, 83 ; while at Seathwaite, under Scawfell, the fall reached the enormous amount of 173.84. Subscribers-only content

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    John spent the forenoon in quietly superintending some work in the garden. After luncheon, he and Lady Richardson drove to Ambleside and Iydal, making their first call at Dr Davy's and last at Fox How, here they remained for some Subscribers-only content

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    Sow Ready: URRAY'S HANDBOOK FOR M l TRAVELLERS in WESTMORELAND . and CUMBERLAND; including the Lakes, Lan- caster, Furness Abbey, Ambleside, Kendal, Winder- mere, Coniston, Keswick, Grasmere, Carlisle, Cockermoutb, Penritb, Appleby. With Map. Post SOr. 6s. x*, MURRAY'S MAP of Subscribers-only content

 

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