ASHINGTON , anurban
See also:district in the Wansbeck
See also:parliamentary division of
See also:Northumberland, England, 4 M . E. of
See also:Morpeth, on the Newbiggin branch of the
See also:North Eastern railway . Pop . (Igor) 13,956 . The district, especially along the
See also:river Wansbeck, is not without beauty, but there are numerous collieries, from the existence of which springs the
See also:modern growth of Ashington . At Bothal on the river (from which
See also:parish that of Ashington was formed) is the
See also:castle originally belonging to the
See also:family, of which Roger Bertram probably built the
See also:gatehouse, the only habitable portion remaining, in the reign of
See also:Edward III . The ruins of the castle are fragmentary, but of considerable extent . The
See also:church of St Andrew here has interesting details from Early
See also:English to Perpendicular date, and in the neighbouring woods is a ruined
See also:chapel of St Mary . The
See also:mining centre of Ashington lies 2 M. north-east, on the high ground north of the Wansbeck . 'ASHKENAZI, SEBI (1656–1718), known as IJakham Sebi, for some
See also:rabbi of Amsterdam, was a resolute opponent of the followers of the pseudo-
See also:Messiah, Sabbatai Sebi (q.v.) . He had a chequered career, owing to' his independence of character, He visited many lands, including England, where he wielded much influence . His Response are held in high esteem .
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