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The Victoria History of Cumberland: Kirkoswald and Renwick

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The Victoria History of Cumberland : Kirkoswald and Renwick. / Brockington, Richard; Rose, Sarah.

London : Institute of Historical Research, 2019. 106 p.

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Brockington R, Rose S. The Victoria History of Cumberland: Kirkoswald and Renwick. London: Institute of Historical Research, 2019. 106 p.

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Brockington, Richard ; Rose, Sarah. / The Victoria History of Cumberland : Kirkoswald and Renwick. London : Institute of Historical Research, 2019. 106 p.

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abstract = "Produced by the Cumbria County History Trust in collaboration with Lancaster University and published by the Institute of Historical Research with full colour illustrations, this book covers the modern civil parish of Kirkoswald, which lies nine miles north east of Penrith. Once the seat of the powerful Barons Dacre of the North, Kirkoswald enjoyed a long period as a market and business centre.",
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