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Refrain from automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. Wee doe further let you knowe the pious care of par- liament to prevent (as farr as ptissibly ma^^ bee) the eflfuston of Christian blood, and the destruction of the towns and castles and bowses in this kingdome; and accordingly are willing to entertaynea treaty with yon. *' Hy Lords and Gentlemen, **I shall most cheerfully meet you in a pious care fbr the preventing the effusion of Christian blood, and will assigne gentlemen to treat with such as you ap- poynte; desireing to knowe the persons, tyme, and place of meeting ; and rest your humble servant, This important event was immediately communi- cated to the parliament in the following terms : " For the Hon. He served the office of high sheriff in 1801, and is a Justice of the Peace for the county. is lord of the manor of Normanton Turville, in the county of Leicester, a Justice of the Peace for the county of Derby, and a Member of Parliament. John Chappell, whose co-heiresses sold it about 1724 ; one moiety passed by sale to Wall^ and is now the property of three persons of that name ; the other moiety, after passing through several hands is now ttie property of Joseph Greatorex. The houses and m Dls are chiefly built of excellent gritstone, procured in the township, and chiefly belong to Richard Arkwright, esq. There are large Friendly So- cieties;* Sunday-schools at the church and at the Methodist chapel; an excellent inn and four public-houses ; a water corn-mill ; a bridge^ repaired at the expense of the coun W^ and a handsome free day-8chool erected in the market-place^ in 1778^ is kept by Mrs. Here the London^ Mandieater^ and Nottingham coaches change horses. Ridiard Ward, of Matlock bath, is the present incumboit.


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About Google Book Search Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful. — The volume now edited will, it is believed, be found to contain a complete topographical history of the principal places of the Peak. And we hope to have no need of a master of fire-works to be sent, haveing with us one very expert; and others, who have done very great service agains^ Bel- voire. 30: S'3 ^ quested of the Commons that Belvoir castle might he delivered up to the Earl, aa] |i S | inheritance, hut the Commons directed three of their members to wait upon the Bd' ^ ^ ^ to acquaint him that there was an urgent necessity that the parliament should rel ^ ^ possession of that place. lie bequeathed his valuable manuscripts, chiefly relating to this county, to the British Museum. Few men, however, have passed a more active, upright and useful life. Chenery, Burgeon* The latter gentleman has dis^yed great taste in building two beautiful cottages in Matlodc Vale, l Adch has induced others to follow his example. Alsop, the hat- manufactory and worsted-mills at Lea, which are in the immediate neighbourhood, not only give employment to a numerous and increasing population, but render the town of great importance in a mercantile view. and daughter of the Rev* William Beresford, of February 18, 1813, aged 6 weeks: and Agnes Maria Ashboum, who died on the 12th day of March, 1820, Arkwright, who died March 16, 1815, aged 4 years.

Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. THE PEAK GUIDE, CONTAIMNO THE TOPOGRAPHICAL, STATISTICAL, AMD GENERAL HISTORY BUXTON, CHATSWORTH, EDENSOR, CASTLTEON, BAKEWELL, HADDON, MATLOCK, AND CROMFORD; WITH AN INTRODUCTION, GIVING A SUCCINCT ACCOUNT OP THE i TRADE AND MANUFACTURES OF THE COUNTY; AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF NOBLEMEN AND GENTLEMEN'S SEATS, AND SEVERAL ROAD SKETCHES; Ornamented with a Map, Plans and East View of Chatst Dorih House, Haddon Hall, Wi Uersley Castle, Bakewell and Matlock Churches, Ancient Monuments and Armorial Bearings. Without entering minutely into picturesque detail, it will lead the traveller to every interesting object, and will direct the man of science or those whose business calls them to this county, to the particular matters of their enquiry. Wee shall now apply our whole endeavours for the reducing of Newarke. *'oi The residence of the Earl of Rutliind at this period appears to have heen at |^| i town house, near Ivy-bridge, in the Strand. He left issue two daughters, Mary, the eldest, married the Rev. We cannot conclude the History of Matlock without noticing a native ardst, who has already arrived to considerable eminence, and bids fair to be unrivalled in her profession. The accompanying engraving is a view of one of them. Leacvoft, is romantically situate on the oppo- site hill to the High Tor. In 1821, the township contained 232 houses, 271 families, and 1242 inhabitants, now increased to about 1 600. Charities, LADY ARMYNE'S ALMSHOUSES.— Dame Mary Armyne, by a codic Q to her will, bearing date 14th August, 1662, gave to the rector or parson of Matlock, county of Derby, for the time b^ng, and to tnree others, a yearly rent charge of £16. out of her manor lands and tenements in Cromford, to be paid quarterly by 40j.

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