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from http://books.google.co.uk/b...
History of British birds. Thomas Bewick, 1804.
- Digitised version of the original book from 1804, available as a free eBook.

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Fever Hospital, Bath Lane, Newcastle
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Fever Hospital, Bath Lane, Newcastle
- "Fever hospital 1804. Opened for the prevention and cure of contagious fever and was in use as such until 1888. The public raised &pound;1165 towards the &pound;1505 cost of the ...
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Hospital of God, Greatham
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Hospital of God, Greatham
- Overview Map Street View Former almshouse, now residences for the elderly. This is a Grade 2 listed building.&nbsp;The Hospital of God was originally founded by the Bishop of Durham, Robert ...
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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 ...
Walney Lighthouse
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Walney Lighthouse
- Overview About Walney Lighthouse Map Street View &nbsp; Walney Lighthouse is a functioning lighthouse located on Walney Island in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, England. The current building dates to the early 19th-century ...

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