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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Upper Holker

    Townships Upper Holker UPPER HOLKER Walletun, Dom. Bk. The chief feature of the township is the hilly ridge which extends from north to south and occupies the whole of the eastern half. On the west the hill rises somewhat

    Townships Ulverston

    Townships Ulverston ULVERSTON Ulvrestun, Dom. Bk.; Olveston , 1155; Ulvereston, 1180; Ulveston, 1202; Ulvestun, 1208; Ulreston, 1246; Ulverestone, 1302. A final e was commonly used a century ago. The local pronunciation is Ooston. The township of Ulverston occupies the

  • * British History Online *

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    Scalthwaiterigg, Hay, Hutton in the Hay and New Hutton

    Scalthwaiterigg, Hay, Hutton in the Hay and New Hutton SCALTHWAITERIGG, HAY, 2 HUTTON IN THE HAY, 3 AND NEW HUTTON. 1230 The plea between William de Arundell and William de Lancastre, touching the drawing of bounds between the former's

    General index, A - K

    General index A - K For easier reference the variants of the same name have been brought together under a modernized form in many instances. The same name frequently recurs on the same page without further reference to it.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, 6 c. INCENDIARISM IX SnEFrIELD.-Five stacks were set on fire in the neighbourhood of Sheffield on Monday night and Tuesday morning. A stack of hay belonging to Mr Tickers was discovered to be in a blaze Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .....IE OLP CIGARIS.' Mr. JOTIN REPPER bogs t. maket kniown that he will SELL by AUCTIO, at the- C5otlIDttCIA5. S~ALK Rtnols. STSKNst'd 13UtLDIN 0, LaSSOS.S 05. Molitig.OICt, the Tweshkft'e.J5 tle PA RCEL of FI NE' OL1,D C I GA Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    31, PARK SQUARE. THE SALE, at the Residence of. Mr. Evans IvII be I ESOISIK RD te Dayp at E'leven o'clockt. TheBok an ugr ixtures will commenceoBt Hail-past Twelve o'clock. Catalogues may beltd on apsislcation. JOUN B1EPPER Auctioneer. 15MPORTANT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .a ~acs . ,.wn ALE OF PAPER HANGINGS. JOH JEIINEPI t will SEL b y AUCTION,onT, nel'sy next, ge iJis July nstasnt, at his cme rneroll Sate Rooms, i S=RN B15 BUILOJD1OS, LESDR, . 2,150 PIECES of rich PAPE'R Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cbaif bp2 Auctfon. SIX DAYS1i"'1 SIl. o~bi~f ~'0tntlryI~ectl.-V~r Ittiort~tt to Engineers, Tooll Makers, Jvn.iis 1atrs Ilws~t, ts ron and t~Dine FOcUntlors, Ratilway Colete'Cntraetos o~rs n ers. C',IE1LTI,E1y XI RK has tho honour to annosune that hie Is (35lr. orwith Subscribers-only content

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