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You searched for: Place: "Great Intake" "Great Intake"

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  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (East Ward), St Oswald, Ravenstonedale

    Parishes (East Ward) St Oswald, Ravenstonedale THE PARISH OF ST. OSWALD, RAVENSTONEDALE. ANTIQUITIES. In this parish we have a Stone Circle near Rawthey Bridge; Ancient Villages at Old Biggin and "Severals"; Lynchets at Capel Butts and Capel Riggs; Monastic

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yos'5Livery itbeF untisSest, Leeds.- t Deatlifil piceWhie Pony (i3isue] eira cBoe Hunte, fr st- raeBy o, handsoe Boy Jlroughami 1-orse, stls-uitnbetll-O Meesc. I{l.RDWC~f ove seceied intrusioceto Sell by Auetion, Cle onSirdy(II~d _A~, atc Mr. Young's Stables, Vcountains- Mob streetsra Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'p UNDHAY VILLA, Rosundhity, near leeds. R ~ messrsi. TIARDWTGI{~ are irnstructed to DISPOSE OF b Pill VAtmE COINTRACT. or to LET on LESE.II all that most de- ,J yt sirsisic F -t;elOL -~lECI, knwna ROUnddsiY Villa, toge- Mseo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    galrs bp Qi itin OUJNDHAY VILLA, Roltsncday, near Leeds. NI R Messrs. HIARDWICKi are kir'truscrte to DlM'il,'Sl 0P by PRIVATE CONTRACT. Or to LET or EAS all that most desir- able FftELIIOLD~1 MtSIDE~NCE, lrno~r ' otlry ittgt.e with the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sale of Braiding Machines. At 34, 1Blscirfriars-etreet, msancheoltee. an Xhisrtietl May, at cleson ".clock am.. ]BOUT 140 E'BAJDINTG DIACU-17NES, etimlIl to A ew Counts from 13'sto101's At idn ra'.&.&.& Be~rlie rcr'oldResi'e~sce ia Gr&hirn-street, Pet'rith, for isale. Ow eoeda1, lrhih Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gbales bn MUMtn Hade Edge, near Dunford-bridge. By' Mr. BENJAMIN THORNTON, at the Victoria Hotel. Holmllrtb, in the county of York. 0n Wrdnesdaythlie Fourteenth day of June, 1866. at seven O'clock in the evening precisely, subject to conditiorca *~L~tause Subscribers-only content

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