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  • WILLIAM THOMSON (1819-1890), English divine, archbishop of York, was born on the 11th of February 1819 at Whitehaven, Cumberland.
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  • The fisheries are extensive, and though there are no ports of the first magnitude on the firth, a considerable shipping trade is carried on at Whitehaven, Harrington, Workington, Maryport and Silloth in Cumberland, and at Annan, Kirkcudbright, Creetown and Wigtown on the Scottish side.
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  • of Whitehaven, served by the Furness, London & North-Western and Cleator .& Workington Junction railways.
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  • WHITEHAVEN, a municipal and parliamentary borough, seaport and market town of Cumberland, England, 41 m.
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  • Whitehaven (Witofthaven) was an insignificant possession of the priory of St Bee which became crown property at the dissolution of the religious houses.
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  • Since the Reform Act of 1832 Whitehaven has returned one representative to parliament.
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  • Whitehaven coal was sent chiefly to Ireland in the 18th century.
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  • In 1892 Maryport became an independent port with Workington, Whitehaven and Millom subordinate to it.
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  • In England valuable deposits occur in the Carboniferous Limestone of west Cumberland (Whitehaven district) and north Lancashire (Ulverston district).
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  • Where the Coal Measures reach the sea at Whitehaven, there are coal-mines, and the hematite of the Carboniferous Limestones has given rise to the active ironworks of Barrow-in-Furness, now the largest town in the district.
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  • Carnforth, Barrow, Whitehaven, with branches to Coniston, Windermere (Lakeside), &c. Docks at Barrow.
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  • He was taken over to England as an infant and nursed at Whitehaven, whence he returned to Ireland in his fourth year.
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  • Whitehaven is similarly supplied from Ennerdale, and in the year 1894 Thirlmere in Cumberland was brought into use, as already mentioned, for the supply of Manchester.
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  • Amateurs clinch title in style WHITEHAVEN clinch title in style WHITEHAVEN clinched the Wearside League title in style as they became the first Cumbrian side to finish as champions.
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  • There were even plans for a new ironworks at Whitehaven, but this plan was dropped after Lord Lonsdale refused to give his support.
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  • redeveloped as part of the Renaissance of Whitehaven.
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  • The C2C can be turned into a circular route by returning to Whitehaven via the Reivers Cycle Route.
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  • Richmond man in court A RICHMOND, Whitehaven, man is to face trial at Carlisle Crown Court over an alleged sexual touching.
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  • The marina and harbor have been redeveloped as part of the Renaissance of Whitehaven.
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  • Recently Sally Greer was in Whitehaven with her father to see the shipyard site that started the entire saga.
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  • They toured Whitehaven in sweltering 80 degree temperatures on Tuesday viewing the townâs beautiful blooms and spotless streets.
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