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You searched for: Place: "Calder Bridge" "Calder Bridge"

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Barnacre-with-Bonds

    Townships Barnacre-with-Bonds BARNACRE WITH BONDS Bernaker, 1450. Byrewath, 1292; Byrewayth, 1357. Grenolf, 1347. Howath , 1274; Hawath, 1276. Lingarth , 1276. Wedacre , Wedaker, 1276; Wodacre, 1292. Bonds lies in the south-west of the township, occupying 960 acres out

    Townships Catterall

    Townships Catterall CATTERALL Catrehala, Dom. Bk.; Catrehal, 1272; Katerhalle, 1277; Caterhale, Caterale, 1292. Catterall lies along the southern bank of the Calder and the Wyre , with Rohall at the extreme west; it has a detached portion, 1 in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PROVINCIAL P;TELlIGENCE. A few days sice some butchiers atiembecl at Ilarworth, neeer keiglev, to shoot a bull : a vouni man who had been a soldier, let- tbe Cllimal aith a large hotse pistol, which he incfuttioal y loiaded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOARD and LODGING for LADIES or GENTLEMEN. or a MARRIED CO TPLE, with or without Children, in a genteel Private V ?aolv, residing in a beastifhl and romanilc part of Cnm berlO id, which affords rtlis dance of field Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. Prince Gortobakoff has arrived at the Alexandra HotWl (late Wallace's), from St. Petersburg. Mr. 0. Repton. K.P., and Lady Jano Repton, have arrived in town-from their seat in Bedfordshire. The newr jouarnal announced nuder the title of La Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lA MISSES ELY, PoN-rrElACTr, beg to ~ euJttheir Frienils anid the Publie,' that having thOe cortmmedlous5 ouse lately ocen'led lif SMr. beoittor, they continue to Board ano( Educate a "i' ~;~erf~ouc Lales;and avio4 lid consi- ~ ~~ieceil~l~tlfl trst hey~vlIbe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDUCATION. -j B. C.. EDNGDUON'S DAY SCHOOL I Rfor YOUN GENTLE-ME N, will flE.OPEN oil TUES. StA Y, the 20th of Junuory, 1i9. ' iiitrmtary-Stret, Leeds, 24th Dec. 1I28. 11 uS. LAN GDN's PREPARAO d Ili DA SCiOOL, for Subscribers-only content

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