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" Wolly, with many more opprobrious speeches. But on their return north they were cruelly barbarous and inhuman when here ; for their leaders gave them liberty to plunder for four hours, and then to burn Lowther, Clifton, Bridge... "
Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archeological Society - Page 218
by Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society - 1889
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The Yorkshireman, a religious and literary journal, by a Friend [L. Howard ...

Luke Howard - 1836
...speeches ; but in their return North, they were nuelly harbarous, and inhumane, when here, for their Heads gave them liberty to plunder for four hours ; and then to burn Lowther, Clifton Bridge, and Pennth, and some say for six miles round ; but thanks be to the Most High, whose power...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumes 191-192

Early English newspapers - 1852
...dis-esteeming the Duke, calling him Geordey's lad and Geordey's Wolly, with many more opprobrious speeches. But on their return north they were cruelly barbarous...for four hours, and then to burn Lowther, Clifton, Bridge, and Penrith, and some say for six miles round ; but, thanks to the Most High, whose power is...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 191

English essays - 1852
...many more opprobrious speeches. But on their return north they were cruelly barbarous and inhuman whea here ; for their leaders gave them liberty to plunder...for four hours, and then to burn Lowther, Clifton, Bridge, and Penrith, and some say for six miles round ; but, thanks to the Most High, whose power is...
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Congregational History

John Waddington - Congregationalism - 1876
...and worthy Duke, calling him Geordy's lad and Geordy's wolly, with many more opprobrious speeches. But on their return north they were cruelly barbarous and inhuman when there, for their heads gave them liberty to plunder for four hours, and to burn Lowther Clifton Bridge,...
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Congregational History, 1700-1800: In Relation to Contemporaneous ..., Volume 2

John Waddington - Congregational churches - 1876 - 720 pages
...and worthy Duke, calling him Geordy's lad and Geordy's wolly, with many more opprobrious speeches. But on their return north they were cruelly barbarous and inhuman when there, for their heads gave them liberty to plunder for four hours, and to burn Lowther Clifton Bridge,...
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The Reliquary and Illustrated Archaeologist,: A Quarterly Journal ..., Volume 2

Archaeology - 1888
...disesteeming the Duke, calling him Geordy's lad, Geordy's Wully, with many more oppobrious speeches ; (2.) But on their return north they were cruelly barbarous...whose power is above the power of man often preventing * This letter is printed in " The History of Penrith," published in 1858 by В. Т. Sweeten of that...
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