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    Parishes (West Ward), St Ninian, Brougham

    Parishes (West Ward) St Ninian, Brougham THE PARISH OF ST. NINIAN, BROUGHAM Including Whinfell Park, Hornby, Winderwath and Woodside. ANTIQUITIES. Within the parish we have a Stone Circle on the south side of Leacet Wood one and a half British History Online

    Henry VIII, January 1526, 26-31, 01 January 1526-31 January 1526

    Henry VIII January 1526 January 1526 26 Jan. Vesp. C. III. 213. B. M. 1926 . LEE to [WOLSEY ] . After giving the King's recommendation to the Emperor, delivering his letters, and declaring the cause of his coming British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cit1t Ctstu-ua (- -jt1£ : : 4 : :: nly JHILD AND )4IS, OR1, WEH.AT CHRISTMAS BROUGHT TO GLADYS CURZON. BY THE AUTHOR O "ATHESSTONE GRANGE.' - Ca.arrcE. I.-Suasmssr. A FAnt night-a night of beauty and radiance-the quiet world Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    RUSHALL FLOWER SHOW. Avery creditable exhibltlon of plants, fl)swrs, frults, and vegetables, open to any cottager, amateur, professional gardener, resident in Rushall, or within a circle of three miles, took place yesterday, by the kind permilsson of Mr. W. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    A VISIT TO THE MONASTER OFI FAT.HER IGNA TIUJS. , Being in the neighbourhood for a few days, I joined three friends in a pedestrian excursion to the valley where Father Ignatius is erecting the homne for'tis Benedictine brotherhood. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SKIPTON CASTLE AND ITS OWNERS. An interesting paper on this subject was road by Mr. E. Hailstone, I.S. A, to the members and associates of the Bradford Philosophical Society, on Thursday even- ing. The situation of Skipton (Mr. Hailstone Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    GWEN WYNN: A R031ANCE OF. T113 WYE, By CA.PrAng BUYNE REnM,r ~uthor of "Tilt HIeadless EHorsefslifi," "Thle Death shot", &C. Hail to thee, Wye-farnad river of Silursa. Welle flesezving fame; worthy of warmest salutation! From v thy fountain head Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    00 A ITAS-13. ie ont true Antiseptic and Dishial5(tsilt th i coombined (proteeted by letters patent). Koh-polsOOu", E niftiay. lreservative- Iunocuous. ig SANITAS eontains theahealth principles Ot the piea sy tcalyptus trees' those principles which succeed in destroying 2, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    'LOCAL NOTES AND O UERIE&, i] k ' 1 M: , . ~ '; 1-:: INumSnn COLXI. . L !iW FAIR ROSAXO DJ .11 Mr. :Fredls`oss, London, in rep1y to N"r. J. T..) Hand (CCLVIIL), contributes the following:- Thefairmistres\x Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    IHISTORIC YORKSHIRE FAMILIES. _~~ au VII,--tle Cliffords of Skipton. i PART I.N BARONS DE CLIFFORD, Skiuton Castle, so long thle home. of the de Cliffords, is en situated in the romantic district of Craven, It was built w, by Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    d , FOR THE GLITTER OF GOLD. I -I _ I1 se a. 1e BY CLEMENTINE MQONrAGU. b A 4uthor of "1he Lady of the Ilohn," "J!y Wrfe or rf .gEw." "1?o~rps qf Sand," 6,c. Ld . p CHAPTER Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ABUSES IN FREE GOAAMMAR SCHOOLS. (From the l'rrst Guardianiin.) Amidst the universol cry fbr education, and the general lenient that means are sorely wanting for its diftc- sion, it is aurprising that the useless condition of a great portion Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SKIPTON CASTLE AND ITS OWNERS. On Thursday evening a numerous audience assembled in the lecture haU of the Bradford Mechanics' Institute to listen to a paper by E. Hailstone, Esq., F.&A., on " Skipton Castle and its Owners." The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    * fARSHALL and SNELGROVE'S CARPETS _.>! and LINENS. Vwdnqgns in ENGLISH CARPETS, the BEST MAKES |X MINSTER. WILTON PILE, and BRUSSELS CARPETS TH E STAINES LINOLEUM in all the BE*T PATTERNS PERSIAN. TURKEY', and INDIAN CARPETS in different ai«« Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    M A BSHA I. L and SNELGROVE! b o» s:. »n_ many si ..TALI 1 te> ior ladies Wear I H ___- LATB_T M.VELTV in RARAsiOL!., the ' r | r_A NEAREST " MALAGA!." I ,IK H GKUS de Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    MISCELLANEOUS The High Shbbjff of Westmoreland - The following concise history of the Shrievalty of West- moreland will probably not be considered uninterest- ing at the present time: - The Sheriffwick of Westmoreland was granted by King John, in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE ALLEGED POISOHING AT OLDHAM At Oldham, on Friday, Elizabeth Berry, late a nurse at the Oldham workhouse, was charged with causing toe death by poison of her daughter, aged 11 years. The deceased visited her mother at toe Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    A BOY DBOWNED. A lad named Chamberlain, belonging to East- bourne, and his ancle, an official under the Medway Conservancy Board, were being towed in a boat by a sailing barge near AUin__n Locks, on the Medway, on Tuesday, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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