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1790s A history of British birds Brantwood Richard Grainger (1797–1861)
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Hadrian's Wall Walk

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Richard Grainger (1797–1861)
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Richard Grainger (1797–1861)
- Overview About Richard Grainger Richard Grainger (1797&ndash;1861) was a builder in Newcastle upon Tyne. He worked together with the architects John Dobson and Thomas Oliver, and with the town clerk, ...
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Richard Grainger 1797 - 1861, site of his offices, 28 Clayton Street West and the place where he died

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003605:A view of Newcastle upon Tyne Walker

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Jack Crawford

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A history of British birds
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A history of British birds
- A History of British Birds is a natural history book by Thomas Bewick&nbsp;&nbsp;and Ralph Beilby published in two volumes and a supplement:&nbsp; Volume I, "History and Description of&nbsp;Land Birds", published ...
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Brantwood
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Brantwood
- Overview About Brantwood Map Street View Brantwood is a historic house and museum located by Coniston Water and about one and a half miles south-east (across the lake) of the ...

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