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" ... upon conditions — which were that they might go to their own houses and be safe. It was ordered that the Castle should be demolished and made untenable, and all the timber taken out of it and sold, which was done. And soe it lyes ruinated. It was... "
The History of the Parish of Garstang in the County of Lancaster - Page 23
by Henry Fishwick - 1878 - 308 pages
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Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine ..., Volume 62

Cheshire (England) - 1843
...Castie is thereby discoradged they were glad to come to a composition to delivered up. .... ' ... ' . deliver it vp upon conditions — which were that...sold, which was done. And soe it lyes ruinated. It belonged to the Earle of Darby. It was very stronge and builded so that it was tho* Impregnable with...
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Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine ..., Volume 104

Cheshire (England) - 1878
...pioners but to no effect. The ground was so sandy it would not stand. At last this Anderton died, 55 and them there within being thereby discoradged, they...glad to come to a composition to deliver it vp upon conditions—which were that they might go to their own houses and be safe. It was ordered that the...
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Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society

Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society - Cheshire (England) - 1902
...to pioners but to no effect. The ground was so sandy it would not stand. At last Mr. Anderton died and them there within being thereby discoradged, they were glad to come to a composition to deliver it up upon conditions — which were that they might go to their own houses and be safe. It was ordered...
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Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society

Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society - Cheshire (England) - 1902
...to pinners but to no effect. The ground was so sandy it would not stand. At last Mr. Anderton died and them there within being thereby discoradged, they were glad to come to a composition to deliver it up upon conditions — which were' that they might go to their own houses and be safe. It was ordered...
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