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" ... the Veteriponts, Cliffords, and their descendants. " At the death of John de Veteripont, during the minority of his son, who was ward to the prior of Carlisle ; we find by an inquisition then taken, that the said prior had suffered the walls and house... "
The history and antiquities of the counties of Westmorland and Cumberland - Page 397
by Joseph Nicolson, Richard Burn, William Nicolson, Daniel Scott, Henry Hornyold-Strickland - 1777
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The antiquities of England and Wales

Francis Grose - Great Britain - 1784
...find by an inquisition then taken, that the said prior had suffered the walls vOL. vi. G and and house of Brougham to go to decay, for want of repairing the gutters and roof ; that a certain bercary (or sheep-fold) was fallen down for the length of five-score feet for want of support, that the timber...
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The antiquarian itinerary [by J.S. Storer].

James Sargant Storer - 1816
...Carlisle ; we find hy an inquisition then taken, that the said prior had suffered the walls and house of Brougham to go to decay, for want of repairing the gutters and roof ; that a certain hercary (or sheep-fold) was fallen down for the length of fire-scurc feet for want of support, that...
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The antiquarian itinerary [by J.S. Storer].

James Sargant Storer - 1817
...Carlisle ; we find by an inquisition then taken, that the said prior had suffered the walls and house uf Brougham to go to decay, for want of repairing the gutters and roof ; that a certain bercary (or sheep-fold) was fallen down for the length of fire-score feet for want of support, that the timber...
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The antiquarian itinerary [by J.S. Storer].

James Sargant Storer - 1818
...Carlisle ; we find by an inquisition then taken, that the said prior had suffered the walls and house of Brougham to go to decay, for want of repairing the gutters and roof; that a certain bercary (or sheep-fold) was fallen down for the length of five-score feet for want of support, that the timber...
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The Antiquarian Itinerary: Comprising Specimens of Architecture ..., Volume 7

James Storer - Architecture - 1818
...Carlisle ; we find hy an inquisition then taken, that the said prior had suffered the walls and house of Brougham to go to decay, for want of repairing the gutters and roof ; that a certain hercary (or sheep-fold) was fallen down for the length of five-score feet for want of support, that...
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A series of views of the most interesting remains of ancient castles of ...

William Woolnoth, Edward William Brayley, William Tombleson - 1823
...find by an Inquisition, that the Prior of Carlisle, his guardian, " had suffered the walls and house of Brougham to go to decay for want of repairing the gutters and roof." The greatest part of Brougham Castle was built by Roger de Clifford, who had obtained a moiety of the...
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British Castles: Or, A Compendious History of the Ancient Military ...

Theodore Henry Fielding - Castles - 1825 - 72 pages
...Carlisle, we find by an inquisition then taken, that the said prior had suffered the Walls and House of Brougham to go to decay for want of repairing the gutters and roof ; that a certain bercary, or sheep-fold, was fallen down for the length of five-score feet, for want of support, that the timber...
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THE MIRROR OF LITERATURE, AMUSEMENT, AND INSTRUCTION: CONTAINING ORIGINAL ...

JOHN LIMBIRD - 1830
...that the prior of Carlisle, during the minority of John de Veteripont, suffered the walls and house of Brougham to go to decay for want of repairing the gutters thereof. The expression house seems to infer that license at that time had not been procured to embattle...
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Abbeys, castles and ancient balls of England and Wales, their ..., Volume 3

John Timbs - 1872
...that the Prior of Carlisle, during the minority of John de Veteripont, suffered the walls and bouse of Brougham to go to decay, for want of repairing the gutters thereof. The expression house seems to infer that license had not at that time been procured to embattle...
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