1778


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In Northern England:

from http://books.google.co.uk/b...
A View of Northumberland: With an Excursion to the Abbey of Mailross in Scotland, Volume 2. William Hutchinson, 1778
- Book published in 1778 digitised and available as a free Google eBook

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Simon Cotterill
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034182:Backworth Hall C.1913

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Elswick Lead Works
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Elswick Lead Works
- The lead works were founded in 1778 as 'Walker, Fishwick and Ward'; the first manufacturer of white lead on Tyneside. The initial 2 acre site included a melting house, wash ...
Church of St Mary, Rokeby
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Church of St Mary, Rokeby
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's is a Parish Church in Rokeby, County Durham. It was consecrated 1778, and believed to be designed by Sir Thomas Robinson. The chancel and ...
Cupola Bridge
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Cupola Bridge
- Overview Map Street View A three arch stone bridge over the River Allen, built 1778 and located a mile and a half from Whitfield, Northumberland. The bridge is Grade 2 ...
Wallsend Colliery (1778 - 1935)
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Wallsend Colliery (1778 - 1935)
- Wallsend Colliery consisted of 7 pits and was active between 1778 and 1935. The high main coal seam was nearly six feet thick and the term "Wallsend coal" was at ...
Backworth Hall
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Backworth Hall
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Prebends Bridge, Durham
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Prebends Bridge, Durham
- Overview About Prebends Bridge Map Street View Prebends Bridge over the River Wear at Durham was built for the Dean and Chapter of Durham to provide access to Durham Cathedral ...

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