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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for- merly hector of Aughiton, Lancaster, aged 08. At Colchester, Thomas Astley Otaberly, Esq., the oldest attorney upon the rolls, aged 80. On the 21st instant, suddenly, at Alverthorpe hall, Yorkshire, Mary, wife of George Sandars, Eaq., M.P., of Wakefield. Subscribers-only content

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    (Van Sandan and Culmming, King street, Cheapside.- F. Monntford, Greenwich, Kent, stationer. cGoddard, Kiog street, Cheapside-J.. Robinson and E. Moore, Alverthorpe with Tnornes. Yorkshire, spinners. [West- nmorland and Taylor, Wakeflele.-R.H. iWood, Birminghanm, surgeon. [Motteram and Co,, Birminghamn-W. Shropshall, jun., Congleton, Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. n Cardinal Manning will start for Rome on Thursday. L- The Into Dean Lynch Blosse was on Saturday buried at c Llanidatf. Mtar. .1. B. Gough, the well-known temperance lecturer, is suffering from a serious attack of bronchitis. Subscribers-only content

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    tithes, it is anticipated, will be double the amount ot last year. A serious fire occurred on Friday evening at Alverthorpe Mills, belonging to Messrs. Colbeck Brothers, woollen cloth mangUacturers. One of the workmen was found in the place burnt Subscribers-only content

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    WV. H. Will, from the Coventry Liberal Ii :e Association ; against Sunday closing, by M.H as a, frisi Stanley, Alverthorpe, &c.I ifA Trin reply to Lord Elena ING s effec CILAassMBFRATrs said that th~e whole question of the , Subscribers-only content

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    meaal, of oil. An 01( gentleman, niniety-four years of a ge, acted as xbst maa l at a wedding at Alverthorpe, near W akefeld, a f fe, days ago. It is estimated that 253,585,000 herringswearelned from the Great Yarmouth floet Subscribers-only content

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    SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. WEST THE LEAGUE. FrTBRotWIOcH ALBION v. EvsRTOsu-These teams met at Stony Lane, 'West Bromwich, in fine weather, before b,000 spectators. The h'omne team set the ball in metier down- hill, with the wind also in their favour, Subscribers-only content

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    BZXInAtu Jox A MortoN, Huigh Street, SheCeld, milliner. WVieLuAs TsA-E, Alverthorpe, near WakefeLd, 'jor:- and whee1wright. MICHAEL ELLIs JONES, forthdir,.Llauberis, CaS--. von, quarryflan. ROaEET MINSOS PLrasr, Upwell, Norfolk, macrr merchants' agent. AbsLtEY BeDI, Stanwell Road, Penartb, srgeon. JOHIN MLLESa EvEimAHD, Subscribers-only content

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    Coatbam, Yorkshire, painter and hapehnger. C .RES = M mter, Clarence Street, Middlesbrougb, theatrical property maker. EDWARD Wnmorr, East Villa, Alverthorpe, near Wakefield, trading Elag Stret, Wakefield, architect and surveyor. WAnTaR SoO=, Scholes and Thorner, Yorkshire, blacksmith. Jomr THoAS BaLEr, Subscribers-only content

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    by 8 goals and 5 tries toO; Bslkmnondwike beat Holbeck byl goal and 2 tries to a goal; Bradford beat Alverthorpe by 1 goal and 1 try to 0; Halifax beat Ossett by a placed goal to a dropped Pal, Subscribers-only content

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    E, J. TYSER, St. Uary's Vicarage, Hull. Rev. W. B. GRENSTDE. Vic.arage, Molling. J Rev. J. BIRCHAOLL, Zealand. Rev. COLLINS, Alverthorpe Virarage, near Wakefield. The Rev. Canon DALATiUNTY, County Kilkenny. - Rev. Dr. STEPHENSON, Victoria Park, London, E. h Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    won by 1 goal and 2 tries to 0.- g Avethorpe v. Wakefield Trinity: These neighbouring a clubs met at Alverthorpe, the Trinity winning by 2 2, tries to 0.-Hull Kingston Hovers v. Hunelet : The 2- Hunslet team suffered Subscribers-only content

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    : Workhouse, 7A. fr6fd.; infirmary, lls. 9-94d.; cottage homes, 13s. 1-22d. C o:euxZDEYrD MAN.-Albert Dews, condemned for child murder at Alverthorpe, near W'akefield, was visited ! at Leeds Gaol on Satur day by a clergyman and several I relatives. The Subscribers-only content

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    r if PUBLIC COMPANIBE. GLOCoESE RAILwAY CARRIAGE AIM lWAGON COMPANNY. The following is- the directors' feport to be pro- snated 'at the twelfth ordinary, general meeting, at the Bell Hotel, Gloucester, on the, P2nd inst. -The directors have the Subscribers-only content

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    3Arws. flardilty, mother of Mr: Geo. Hlardisty, uierha;nt, of title town. 'I'lse samrie tav, soddenly, Mr. Jobn Wood, clothserj of Alverthorpe, nr nr Wattelield. On T'hsisdssy last, at Potitefract, Mrs. Gunlninj, reliet of a Mr J. Gutniiig, factor, of Sthffheld. Subscribers-only content

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    Halton West. TakeThomas, appointed by George Win. Frederick Ditke of Ieeds, for the Manors of Wakefield, Stanley, Sandal, Criggles- tone, Alverthorpe, Thlornes, hlorblow, and Osset. ..ngley Lart, appointed by Earl-IVitzwillian, for the Manors of We ntworth, tGreasbro', 'I'ankerslcy, Iloylapd, Drapnpton, Subscribers-only content

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    H ISTORY op mA X DA4TEM)AN.. I ~ FVI mwn Ff4TIft)V 9 One leadirn. Ohiect in she endertiking ot thist History, was to IC explode she Perus Is rk vS)vso eles edi u eflect qnte t publi11iMind, lye at Subscribers-only content

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    hh said Railway orks are intended to be uiade and carried into -nd over the several Townships of Wakesis!d, and Alverthorpe with Thornes, East Ardsley and. West Arrdsley, in the several Parisbea of Wakefied, East Ardaley and W'est Arlsley, otherwise Subscribers-only content

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    two aMailes tflmli the Up per Calder ,near the Atill Dans, tn a chlme vmilled florge Close, situ- ate in Alverthorpe, whic h was laid on the tabLe. , M. IT74berforce. moried she secoiid readinr at this . bill, and Subscribers-only content

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    Ryder,,London, .2 22 Wihliso Piest, Leeds, 2 '-2 Thorvas Greenwood, Halifax, ... 2 2 Sept. 1. MslesRickaby, Waiereld,. 2 B.Claritkon, Alverthorpe,. 2 22 Rev. S. Hodgeon,'lHudderBseld, ... 2 2 John Littlewood, Ditto, , ... 2 2' S. J. & W. Subscribers-only content

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