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1729


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In Northern England:

1720s Statue of Neptune, Market Place Quaker Meeting House, Pardshaw Manor House
Statue of Neptune, Market Place
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Statue of Neptune, Market Place
- Overview Map Street View The statue of Neptune was given to the city of Durham in 1729 by George Bowes&nbsp;of Gibside and Streatlam. The statue symbolised aspirations&nbsp;at that time to ...
Manor House
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Manor House
Quaker Meeting House, Pardshaw
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Quaker Meeting House, Pardshaw
- Overview Young Friends' Centre Map Street View The Pardshaw Quaker Meeting House complex is located in the hamlet of Pardshaw Hall, about &frac12; mile north-east of the of the village ...

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