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Bridge Reciept

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
715984:Charles Newby Wawn (1782 - 1840) by William Collard (1792 - 1847)

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Church of St John the Baptist, Greatham
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Church of St John the Baptist, Greatham
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CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST - Greatham - List Entry
- "Church, late C12 nave arcades, nave of c.1792 in earlier materials; chancel and easternmost bay of nave, of 1855/56 in Decorated style by J.P. Pritchett to designs ...

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Seaham Hall
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Seaham Hall
- Overview Map Street View Seaham Hall was a large country house built 1791-1792 for Sir Ralph and Lady Judith Milbanke. The poet Lord Byron first visited Seaham Hall in 1814 ...
Church of St Nicholas, West Kyloe
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Church of St Nicholas, West Kyloe
- It replaced an earlier Norman church.
House of Correction
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House of Correction
- The former Tynemouth House of Correction and Justice Room on Tynemouth Road in North Shields was built in 1792. It was converted into a workshop in 1906 and significantly altered ...
Ridley Bridge
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Ridley Bridge
The Queens Head
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The Queens Head
- Overview Map Street View The Queens Head is located on the High Street in Rothbury. It was built in 1792 and originally known as the Golden Fleece. In 1837 it ...
Legend of the Pickled Parson
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Legend of the Pickled Parson
- 1792 December 31 - About two o’clock on the morning, a fire broke out in one of the lodging rooms in the rectory house at Sedgefield, in the county of ...

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