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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Mansriggs

    Townships Mansriggs MANSRIGGS Manslarig, c. 1 520. This small district, containing only 569 acres, occupies some hills, over 300 ft. above sea level, between Newland Beck on the east and Osmotherley Beck on the west. The hamlet of Mansriggs

    Townships Egton with Newland

    Townships Egton with Newland EGTON WITH NEWLAND Eggettane in Schathwyk, 1277; Egton , c. 1410. Nyweland, 1346. Newland is the southern and larger part, Egton the northern, having a small outlying piece in Lowick . The respective areas are

    The parish of Colton

    The parish of Colton COLTON 1 Coleton, 1202. Coulton was the usual spelling until about 1850. Colton , Finsthwaite , Haverthwaite , Rolesland ( Rusland ), Bouth and Neburthwayt (Nibthwaite), 1336. This parish occupies the lower part of Furness

    Parishes Up Nateley

    Parishes Up Nateley UP NATELY Opnatelegh, Estropnateley, Natale, Natteleges Estrope (xiii cent.); Up Natele, Upnatelegheseththrop (xiv cent.). Up Nately is situated 4 miles east from Basingstoke and 21/2 miles south-west from Hook station on the main line of the

    Townships Broughton

    Townships Broughton BROUGHTON Broghton, Brochton, 1277; Brogthton, 1292. As stated above, this township, often called Broughton-in-Cartmel to distinguish it from other Broughtons in the neighbourhood, has recently been divided into two called Broughton East and Grange . It gave

  • * British History Online *

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    Records of Kendale, The main roads

    Records of Kendale The main roads RECORDS RELATING TO THE BARONY OF KENDALE. INTRODUCTION TO THE MAIN ROADS OF KENDALE. The Romans considered their roads as one complete system but with the Teutonic migration and the consequent split up

    Treasury Books and Papers, May 1729, 03 May 1729-31 May 1729

    Treasury Books and Papers May 1729 May 1729 May 3. 272 . J. Scrope to the Commissioners of Excise transmitting the memorial of Mr. Bolton, agent to Major General Grove, for orders to the collectors in the several places

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, March 1755, 1-10, 01 March 1755-10 March 1755

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28 March 1755, 1-10 March 1755, 1-10 DIE Lun , 3 o Martii. Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales pr sentes fuerunt: Arch. Ebor . Epus. Dunelm . Epus. Bangor . Epus. Norwic . Epus.

    Index, L - Z

    Index L - Z L. Ladyford footpath , 137. Lambe , John, 55. Lambert , Joshua, 55, 141. Lambrigg , 124, 129, 292. " Meeting House, 53, 124. " Park, 292. Lancashire County Council , 181. Lancaster , 10,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, March 1755, 11-20, 11 March 1755-20 March 1755

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28 March 1755, 11-20 March 1755, 11-20 DIE Martis, 11 o Martii. Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales pr sentes fuerunt: Epus. Dunelm . Epus. Norwic . Epus. Glocestr . Comes Hardwicke , Cancellarius. Dux

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. Ill. Adolphe gilgnier, the well-known philologist, died on Wednesday, at Fontainebleau, in his 80th year. A A Viennat correspondent telegraphs1 that Mr. Grant, the Ua united States Consul at Belgrale, has dlied there sud- denly. 9. Nearly 250 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LANCASTER LENT ASSIZES. The Lancasteri Assizes commeneced on Saturday last, before ir., Juutier BAS.LYV lied !fri Baron l-la.oCic. - Tile latterjudcge arrived I tire coeirse of Saturday,.sild opened the coln-. mission at the Castle in the urtsal form. ;Itir. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W Allt lUarrliatyes seatfroca a distance rmise ice atlheittficalcid Du the s.gn~atture of one of on), acents. or by 8t/al of a lcaoa coires- ponderl. Aclmoccnceclenats of Birltls crlc subJest to a chargje of 2e. 8d. each, ancS locust Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was Iople how old aonc is it and ng," thia pply body body ure ? ay a Ltion not him iIto nore The fle. run. Is of ther .raw 3uty tip- the tate Drkcs I, is this s of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pulblic Flotcias. -ITNIVERSITY OF LONDON.-The institution U of the Degrees of BACHELOR OF SOIENGE (B.Sc.) and DOCTOR OF SCIENCE (D.S.] having been decided on by the sarmte nud apirr vea by Iier MIjsty'e Uiovernment. the Regulatious relating tO the Subscribers-only content

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