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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    March I9, 1101. tDLINGFLEET, near GOOLE, & SHADWELL , /A near LagDs. TO RE SOLD BY PRISiVTC CONTRACT, a! IN ADLINGFLEET. All those TlWO CLOSES of excelleret Warped LAND, in a high ai ISltite Of Cultivatirin, adjoining each othert, nit Subscribers-only content

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    List of Voter-a in all the-Townships within in evsn the svrlPiishes of Voersighny allth ckTo andhp the Parishes of Drax, Adlingfleet, Kellington, Snaith, hBingley, rind the said Township of Hawortil. in the WigfCmnpsail,iKirk Brarnwith, n ihas 0 Parish of Bradford. Subscribers-only content

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    .i P1 ATESoN3, Socretalry. b Leeds, Slay 22d, i80ft e: ;rI (CONTRA CTRSs s LUICE . EL ~~~~~~BUiLDERS, &c. ll ADLINGFLEET and WHITGIFT DRAINAGE, C Ier ons svislnll to CONTRACT for the iIIJLDING a h NEW SLUiCtEorCC OUGH (in lieu Subscribers-only content

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    the, hour aind Place above-mentioased, to when the premioses will be peremptorily euld. 9e Valuable Freehold Land in Garthorpe and Adlingfleet. MAl I ~~~~~~near Gosle.I 9 By Mr. ROBERT CHIATTAM, Iat the Bay Horses Inn, in Get- thorpe, in the Subscribers-only content

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    Thbcs-e E IBusr-11.ilhrnb .'a'nviic Friancis, PoolH lieBoyto sicur, Beseloy hlDavies Joshuis, GtrdceI is- Bn~oesrel1Ws~' Weodholl Dosies 14ey. E. WN. L., Adlingfleet B1 QI-BrcewllVi.,Cotates Desenoy Tile Hots1. i'ayon, IN uton IH of' Bradlbury Asig,., Sackdlewoitls la-otsAietrew, SoutliownI'In H Br-idtuiry 14 Sneidlesnortb Subscribers-only content

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    Selby, andWiotier; suit tire towesheips of Biggin, heHllilam Maiukfreiton, aundhytheer-ceniesOsseneiyke. At SNAITH for all then townehuies hir the parlehnes of Adlingfleet, Sell Rolierton (except Beaglecll), Snisitis, and Whit-gift. 10 5 At GISBURIN fors all the townships in tho p~arisheeo of Subscribers-only content

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    Wakedield. on thetEigtnhdahy at April, 1893. aProssesl will he wade to subtract frost th iL~i H5hwoy Distriet rthe Towntone of Adlingfleet, Elastoft, Pookerby, Haldetiby, ouseileet. Sw-inedleet and Heednese, and Whirgift, and such parts of the Townships of Airusyn. Cools, and Subscribers-only content

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    THE REFORM BILL. I To th o edulee already °tvoi7, (iaui wlhch appear with tbr! eutire Bill in this day's Supple'ngi~l), we have now to ad i the following, containing the proposed diviionrt of the Jyect Riding, and of Subscribers-only content

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    the Parishes of Cow- thopeEichy verlow(exeptthetowshps of Etoton and Stain- At GOOLE, for all the townships in the parishes of Adlingfleet and Whiteift: and the townships of Airmyn, Gools, antd HDooks. At ONTEFRAOT, for all the townships in the perishes Subscribers-only content

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    the sale, been sold to Dessrs. Henry Shaw, of a Cleckheaton; Benjamin Shaw, of Goole; and - Bennett, ,1 of Adlingfleet, for the sum of £80,000. 3 RALn OE WinB AT Liins.-A Sale of, wines, D the contents of a Subscribers-only content

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    has, since the sale, been cold to Messrs. Henry Shaw, of r Cleckheaton; Benjamin Shaw, of Goole; and -Bennett, of Adlingfleet, for the sum of £80,000. 3 On Wednesday, a public meeting of the clergy and laity of the Rural Subscribers-only content

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    im been wog~ea, To pay.26e. d~amaecgol)~ costs, b e Archbishop of York has appointed the Rev. Nicholas Walton, curate of Adlingfleet, to the vicarago of Wilberfoss, Yorkshire. We understand that a movement is on foot having for its object the Subscribers-only content

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    s tobe eld s aoreaidwill be the Courts for thati is to Ea, Tonhisfolw Jg A~tGOOLE. for the townshirir of Adlingfleet, Airmtyn, Eaftoft, Forkherby, tGoole, Halderuhy, Hooke, Ourelleet, Ifeedness, 8winefleet, trod Wb~itgift. At oNLTj , for tee townships of Baoise, Subscribers-only content

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    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. (BY PRIVATE TELEGRAPH FROM OUR OW th REPORTERS.) H OUSE OF LORDS, tFtrDAY. c Their Lordships met shortly before live o'clock. hi IBIRMINGHAM AND BRITISH NEUTRALITY. o Lord SAYE and SELE, in the unavoidable absence of nf Subscribers-only content

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    tiles estate. ' to t on FAILURE ATr CooL-EAMeetings of the creditors I'll in- of Mr. R. Ashton, farmer, of Adlingfleet, and of -his son, am of Mr. J. Ashton, farmer, of the same place, were bald at the i Subscribers-only content

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    be given. To view, apply On the pternifee. AL DLTNGFLEET.-To be LET, the FARM-HOUSE, P FARMSTEAD, and LAND, situate at Adlingfleet, in the county GorkcIa aos rood 12 pershe( whian Sl acres aTe oneanda hd areseeet a th sae verelate Subscribers-only content

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    Ko U ITED pRAYER.-Miceting from ~seeto one thlis day at -13. South-parado. Rev. It. P. GEER, Vc el Bcsaf. rull nrvide. A 43620 of N T P R AY E hed1 ., -s- ]vai~.. t 71". MEEINGS will b Subscribers-only content

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    WHITGIFT POLLING DISTRICT. At tlte BOARD S6CsOOr REEDNESS, in the Ipaeislh of WlhitiLft. For Voters registered in the Tosrnships ox Adlingfleet Ossltfleet Eastoft. Beedliess Fookerlsy. Owinefleet. lHaldenby. I l hitgift. WORTLEY POLLING DISTRICT. At the Zror BOARD Sticoon, WtelT8iALL-ROAD, WORTLEY. Subscribers-only content

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    parish for the future. The isolated and detachei part of Fockerby (.56 acres) which is situate between the townships of Adlingfleet and Halderby, is to be joined to Halderby. Bank Sides, which lies between Snaith and Cowick towards Thorne, will Subscribers-only content

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    of York, and those preferred who had been educated at the Grammar Senool at Fockerby, in the pa ish of Adlingfleet, in the West Riding of Yorkshire. Mrs. Ramaden also founded ten seholarships, called the *'Skerns Scholarships," on the like Subscribers-only content

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