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    Townships Westby -with-Plumptons

    Townships Westby -with-Plumptons WESTBY-WITH-PLUMPTONS Westbi, Dom. Bk.; Westby , 1226. Pluntun, Dom. Bk.; Plumton, 1226. This township is divided into five hamlets. Westby is the central one. The two Plumptons, anciently known as Fieldplumpton for distinction from Woodplumpton , Victoria County History

    Townships Broughton

    Townships Broughton BROUGHTON Broctun, Dom. Bk.; Brocton , 1200; Brecton, 1256; Brochton, 1261; Broucton, 1262; Broghton, 1292; Brogton, 1297. Blundel Brook , running west, forms at first the northern boundary of this township and then flows across it. On Victoria County History

    CP.H.5495

    diocese Participant: Henry Kirkham [Kirkham] Role: appellant Details: male Participant: Roger Parkinson [Parkinson] Role: appellant Details: male Participant: George Nicholson [Nicholson; Nicolson] Role: testator Details: male; deceased Location: Kirkham (Lancashire) Place(s): Great Plumpton (Plumpton) : undefined Chester (Cestren) : diocese Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    <£otmti? #etos. United Kingdom Alliance Meeting at Burnley. - On Thursday evening last, a public inauguration meeting of the Burnley Auxiliary was held iv the Assembly Room of the Mechanics' Institution. Henry Kay, Esq., presided, aud the piiucipal speakers Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    It is thought that upou the decision of the House of Commons, on Monday night, upou the question of the Speakership, will depend the existence of the present Parliament, if not of the Ministry itself. That a great struggle Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LOCAL AND GENERAL. Rkwabksble Instamk or Village Morality. - The village of Temple Hirst, near Selby, can boast, perhaps, what but very few town* or villages in the hind can : viz. That tor the last 42 year* it Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW. (Continued from, page 3.) Silver grey Dorking hen : 1, J. Blnndell, Kirk- ham, Laiicaahire ; 2, A. C. Major ; 3 and r, O. E Cresswell ; he, Dr. O. C. Scarle, Brixton, Devon. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WANTED, a q GOVERNOR and GOVERNESS /V 3 , WORKHOUSE at CLAUGHTON, XV • ■••■ "*= . MA N and his WIFE. Any per- p.irGarsU g, U fi_<*, may apply for further par- ions, prop-.-') M GlB overseer, tirolars Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    f "~ SUGARS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, , bf Merchants Coffee-Room, Lancaster, on Mom-ay the Ist day of September next, at Vveii o'clock in the forenoon ; \BOUT Three Hundred Hogsheads fine | MUSCOVADO SUGARS, now landing out Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    jttarriagr* an* Seat** " BIRTHS. Settle.- On the 16th inst, the lady of «- Lay- cock, Esq., Eldroth Hall, near Settle, of a daugh- ter. MARRIAGES. Lancaster.- By license, at the Roman Catholic Chapel, on the 26th inst, by Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    INSPECTION OF VOLUNTEERS AT BLACKPOOL. The inspection of the Ist Volunteer Battalion Royal Lancaster Regiment, who had their annual encamp- ment last week at Blackpool, took place on Friday, the 9th inst., before Colonel Middleton. The inspecting officer arrived Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ____________! IU. J 1 "taut agricul- __-PP^\ olace at Preston, on Wednes- Z^^t^- Appearanceswith regard * _ o aTl' orsd \Tvery unpropitious the even- i» r^ we ,tber *<** an a dvunced hour on _**_•&&'• «*•r-r- -*.>'*_. _iv on Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    IRELAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING POST. SlR- The awful situation to which Ireland has been re- duced by the insane and wicked machinations of a party which has not yet formally appeared on the public stage, naturally Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    /COUNCIL CHAMBER, Gull 'hall, London, C> -h of September, 18.4.- A COURT of MAYOR 1^ \i r*tP%tf X, hivinf been summoned to be holden f~ c -jv anno, H the Right Hon. John Perring, Lord Mayor, Mr Alderman lJewnbam, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    A^l*^^\^ ; of the unbounded applause bestowed on theodeb ■'■ '• '" RICHER* Performances on'the Tight L r .••■ „ ■;.. na »lc to the desire of several Persons of Distin ti- • ■'" As ,f y has re-engaged Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PURRING, Mayor.- tension Hous*, Sept. 15, ",, Th , sto give notice to all PERSONS. CAP- -aii&MLOTS. MASTERS, and OTHERS, in charge J VeSs navVatingor lying in the Thames That, the Bu- 0. voso. ; "V t vT Harbour Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    m- Vhfe Last Four N' : ehrs of Mr. RICHER's apnear- "~j>tvc in'L«n-lon,-a*-i:>ocr the present EiHertaiumcnts being pert^'in^L A STLEY's Westminster- Bridge. - This PRE- j\ crvTFVI NINO, WEDNESDAY, September 19, THURSDAY. *»•; FRIDAY, ai ; »n 1 SATURDAY, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ._ p„Hlic is resjiedlfnUv i"*f»rm«l, the nevif Comic Pan- l*L*-** called TrlL MERMAID, or Huicquhi A- .Tn^T-rl 'h«^"S'b-eid received witii most flattering, marks ST«S.S-on. ivil.be rcjieared every evening till further New Crump Pantomime. J?OY \L CIRCUS- THIS- EVENING will Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S MEETING AT CHESTER. ♦ Yesterday was the second day of the Royal Show at Chester. The morning began with a somewhat overcast ■ky aud a cool breeze, but a considerable crowd of visitors bad gathered Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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