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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shire (son of Mr. Thomas Howell, of Bennett's Hill, Bir- mincham, and Smethwickl, has been presented to the rectory of Armthorpe, near Doncaster, the net value of I -which is £;525. per annam. SALTLEY aEFOnMATOav,-The anonal meeting in con- nectici Subscribers-only content

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    Warley t Iagilby William, Ripley Jackson Thomns, Fairbmntr Kesnt Charles Egleton, Wadwsortjis Lodge Henryi Lower Willow Halt i Littleia'td John, Armthorpe t Lancaster Christotpher, MoorlIous Lowther John, Swillitgr t Lancastcr Willi. m, WVidf'ylke Looxley *villiadr, Sprotbrough t Milnes John, Flociton Subscribers-only content

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    Galloni, both of the foreiner place. On Tueslay, at Rotherhain, Mr. Flrrar, of Doncaster, tallow-chandler, to Miss Harriet Watt, of Armthorpe. Orb* On Saturday last, Anna, the-eldest laughter of Mr. Matthew Naylor, of X orb, and grand-daughtct of the late Subscribers-only content

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    are, but few goods on hand. The Rev. Henry John Branson, M.A. has been insti- tuted to the rectory of Armthorpe, in the West-Riding of tins county, on the presentation of the Lord Chancellor. S rILrtDON.-A Meeting of the Shildon Subscribers-only content

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    sen., Askans Richard Flint Leonard, Market Weigh. ton Luke W. Marsden Fisher Robert, Whiston Robert, do Thomas, Bentley .. John Armthorpe Isaac, Richmond Thomas, Selby Williarn Leeds I Frith Peter, Sheffield Flintoff John, Haxby Field George, Bowling Fielder Frederick, Lordsmear Subscribers-only content

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    with place In eile evaning at the Manssiot House. neral The festivities in tile neighbourhood of Doncaseer,- I their at Armthorpe, Askers, Barmbro7, llrnlthwell, Brodsworth, Burgh- I Aug, wallis, Cormpsall, Cantley, Conlsbro', Denaby, Edlirngtos, Lover- I )the nail, Mlexbro', Owston, Subscribers-only content

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    Ilkicy, Leathlcy, Otley, Weston, Haveeah Edlington, Mexbrougb, Adwiclc-le-Street, Adwick-upon- Peck, the Pacisha of Fewatone (except the Township of fleaene, Arksey, Armthorpe, Blythe, Baruby Dunn, Thruseross), the Parish of G'uiseley (except the Town- Barmibrougha, Brodsworth, Clantley,-oneaster, Finning- ship of IHorsforth), the Subscribers-only content

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    Lister Wm. C., do, Lister John C., do Lister Samuel C., do. Littledale Hon. Aesthony, , Bolton Hall Littlewood John, Armthorpe; Littlewood John William, I Ticlihill Lloyd Hlenry, Stockton-on- Forrest Lloyd John, do. Lloyd George,.Cowsby -- Lloyd Rev. V. G., Subscribers-only content

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    To commence with the fair, we have to notice a fine show of fat stock offered by Mr. Littlewoed, of Armthorpe, which were admired by all who saw thenm. These specimens realized from 7s. to 75, 6d. per stone, and Subscribers-only content

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    CLAeS 12-ror tlae beast Shearling Rum, £20, Win. Sonley. Js Of Second Ditto, £10, Wmt. Sonley.Th to ~~~~~COMPTI~rTORS.Tu toJohn Littlewood, Armthorpe, Doncastei~. he William Sonley, t-2i Lund-cote, Relmsley to Joihn Jordan, Speeron, Buirlllagton Samuel Judd, York his5 CLASS 13.-For the Subscribers-only content

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    very limited, and eelic, held out for hilgh prices, but ultimately a pretty fair clearance 02z effieted. Mr. Llttlewood, of Armthorpe, showed somne very superb hog wool, but the prices offered for It being considered too ittle, sales were effected. Subscribers-only content

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    all the Townships In Per- the Parishes of Burghwaliis, Owston, Consilbrough, ). It, Edliugton, Mexiltoigis, Adwitk-le.Street, Adwick-upon.- In Dear-ne, Arksey, Armthorpe, Blythec. Barenbv Durris, Brm- ed to bronghr, Brod$Worth, Canrisy, Do~ncaster, Fluniegley. Hat'. burg fl-ld, H-ickleton,' Hootoll Paguell. Clayton-wltsm-Wrickley, . Subscribers-only content

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    ancient lnclosure Act, of £51 a 'Year to the Rector of A rm- 0 thoipe. The Parochial Rates are low. Armthorpe is only t Thiee Miles from thre excellent Market Town of Dotscaster, and :Ii; is -within easy Distance of Subscribers-only content

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    P E, THREE MILES FROm A5 DONCASTER. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, all that valuable FREEHIOLID ESTATE, situate at Armthorpe, in the Countv of York, consisting of an excellent MEU81AGE or FARM. HOUSE, with suitable Homestead and Ostbuildings, and Subscribers-only content

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    Black Gates, Morley, M ARATHORPR TREMILES FROM~ TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, all tisat valuableLa FREEi-OLD ESTATE, situate at Armthorpe, in tire Countv of fiell York, consisting of rio excellent MEHSS8U A GE or FARM- atto I-OUSE, with suitable Subscribers-only content

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    aili Iancient lislosure Act, of £;5 a Year to the Rector of Arm- I thlorpe. Tile Parochial Rtates are low, Armthorpe is only c Three Miles froll the excellent Market Town of D~oncaster, and I is within easy Distance of Subscribers-only content

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    ise thle Losw Pastlsre, whilst standisng necsr risc pump, ine the immediate vicinity of the neatberdgs house. A cottage at Armthorpe, ili the occupatiole 0i oi awoman of the nascee or Batty, Was struckl wilt the electric fluid. which stripped Subscribers-only content

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    the Townships in the Parishes of Burghwallis, Owston, Conisbrough, Ltdlington, M exbrough, Adwickt- le- Street, Adwick- upon - Dearne, Arksey, Armthorpe, Blythe, Barnby Dunn, Barmbrough, Brodsworth, Cautley, Doncaster, Finningley, latlield, Hickleton, leootos Pagnell, Clayton-with-Frickley, lirk Sandal, Marr, Melton, Hossington, Siouth Subscribers-only content

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    the Leeds and Carlisle, Bath and Dover, MIr- mningDiam and Swansea and Lincolnshire and lE-stern Coast railways Littlewsood Jols, Esq. Armthorpe, Doncaster, director of the Manchester. tlidderst:eld, and Great Grimsby Macdonald J. M., Eza. 1. India Buildings. Liverpool, director ofthe Subscribers-only content

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    Little- loge cod worth, Hal, foeld, Atickley, Bramipton, Netter Cantley, Cantley Hall, pub 'ect Cantley, Witby, Losw Eliero, High Ellere, Armthorpe, Doneaster, tow. Iof Y ve- Cliristeliurch, Long Sandell, kirk Sandell, WVheatley, Corcs- the,~ ind borough, Wnrmisworlh, 11extliorpe, Spotboroughi, Melton Subscribers-only content

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