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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    honour of representing eon in the Commons House of Parlia- meut. I on, my Fellow Townsmen, Your faithful Servant, Bank Field, July 31st, 1868. EDWD. AKROYD. SI RUPTURES.-BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT 'yTHITE'S M)OC-MAIN LEVER TRU/ SSRU3 is allowed by upwards Subscribers-only content

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    the honour of representing you in the Commons House of Parlia- ment. Iam, my Fellow Townsmen, Your faithful Servant, Bank Field, July 31st, 1668. EDWD. AKROYD. , ORDON COLLEGEforLADIES, G 4 QUEEN SQUARE, W.C. conducted by Professors distinguished in Theology, Subscribers-only content

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    of representing y ou in the Commons House of Parlia- ment. I am, my Fellow Townsmen, Your faithful Servant, Bank Field, July 31stt, 8f8. EDWD. AKROYD. TSHEATRE ROYAL, ADELPHI, I Sole Proprietor and ManagerMr BENJAMIN WEBSTER. Directreos Mrs ALFRED MELLON. Subscribers-only content

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    honour of representing you in the Commons House of Parlia- ment. I am, my Fellow Townsmen, Your faithful Servant, Bank Field, July 31st, 18fit. EDWD. AKROYD. .O the ELECTORS of the t WTOWER HAMLETS. GENTLEMEN, A Deputation from a considerable Subscribers-only content

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    honour of representing you in the Commons House of Parlia- meat. I am, my Fellow Townsmen, Your faithful Servant, Bank Field, July 5sot, 186s. EDWD. AKICtOYD 0 the ELECTORS of the T BOROUGH of FINSBUUY. GxNTLEx:Na,-There is no doubt but Subscribers-only content

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    paying at the collieries is not interfered with, I strongly advise theo masters who have not yet adopted this scheme so to do. I am, sir, yours resliectfully, DANIEL GRlOUCUTP. Bank Field and Bradley Field Ironworks, Bilston, 29th January, IST3. Subscribers-only content

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    Is. for circular at once. Telegrams 2a. each. Presents from winnings. No win, no pay.-G. Snowdeln, Stolte-on-Treot. Subs. : Bank Field rlarshallfor Great N orthern. ceS73 GLFNEAGLE t GL1NEAGLE ! was selected as a moral by rne for the Northampton Subscribers-only content

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    D resma t13)h who succumbed on Saturday to injuries rseeived throiigh falling from a bicycle. qlbs deceased 1IVE0d at Bank Field, Bilston, and a week ago, on return- ing cuine, complained of having hurt himself through fall' rig from his Subscribers-only content

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    Street; or the AuctioneertsOtlicen. 5, 'Union Street, Birmingham, 932 Preliminary Announcement of Irmportant Sale at Junetion Foundry near the Bank Field Ironworks. Bilisto. BELOHER & SON have received instructions from Philip Sltes, REq. (of Elkington, Bates, and Co.), the Trustee Subscribers-only content

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    pOTTERNEWNITON LODGE, (Two Miles froml Ledothte hItlarogate Road.) Miss NORl'lil rc pectfuliy aliltotu nes to hier Friends that her Establishmlenit will osoe n .1IlDXDF I,Mck 2Tie'tt.t Eighth/ of Mv. ~~~TERMIS. e. o. ft. Board for Voungt Ladies under) isl Subscribers-only content

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    B. This .Field contains ri Vrrluable BED of STONE. Lot 5. All that Cloise of LAND, called tire Lon~g Bank Field, Isituate near to White Wiridowso aforesaiid, wijthj the Pian- tationrs adlolrrirg, containing by Admeasurenoent Pi,'o Days' IWOi-k of Land Subscribers-only content

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    abouts. I t, Lot 4. A PLOT or PARCEL of LAND (being Part of a t. Close called the Bank Field, in the Possession 01 Benjamin Hornblowenr) lying near to the Village of Horsforth afore- esaitd, and bounded by rhe Subscribers-only content

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    new Reels- dale and Ellanid Turnpike Roads, being the c Easterly Part of a Close of Land, called tile Bank Field, containing..........do. Lot 3. Another PLOT of LAND,tith West of Lot 2, contain ing.8....0...do. Lot 4. Another PLOT of LAND, Subscribers-only content

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    blessuage, and lying on the far side of the Road, there called or known by the Names of the Bank Field, the Brown Hey, and the Rein, together with the Cot. tages and Buildings erected and standing upon the last Subscribers-only content

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    Wood adljolnirng Loswer Slack Pasturle . 0 113 t Little Field Pasture ......... ...0i2 7 Hagg Field Pasture..............4 II6 Bank Field Pasture .C............. ii I4 PIleirer Slack Pasture,.3............... Waste and Waiercrourse to Midstret~ni ad-) ruining the Great Meadow and Croft, Subscribers-only content

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    Halifax; . tR. Riph, Esq., Halifax; Rev. W. Turner, jrun. Halifax; J. Stocks, Esq., Shibden Hall; Eiw. Akroyd, Esq., Bank Field; H. Akroyd, Esq., Woodside; R. Mellist, Esq., Wakedld; H. Clarksoz, Esq., Wakefield. The nomination of these gentienren was seconded Subscribers-only content

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    Do .0............ 00 19 sit, Upper ank Field -1............ I1 17 By~ lan too inI Upper Bank Field..... 01 2 Stf Bank Field .......... ..... 1312 ' of to Summeerford Fold ........I.... 2 2 3 Le Upper Mill Piece............. 5 Subscribers-only content

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    Wash Fold .......................... 2 211 Plantation in Do.. ........................ 0 39 Upper Bank Field ........................1 1 37 Plantation in Upper Bank Field ........ 1 2 Bank Field ................ .... 1 231 Summerford Fold ...................-2 2 3 Upper Mill Piece ................... Subscribers-only content

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    Halitax. miad( R. KERSHAW LliEsq., Do. to Su ,GEORGE WHITELEY, Esq., May Field, near Halifax. ports EDWD. AKRQYD, Esq., Bank Field, Do. Thi JOSH. STOCKS, Esq., Shibden Dale, Do. comr -JEME31H. SH-ARP'E BUOWN, Esq., Halifax. high( JOSHUA APLFIYARD, Esq., Do, Subscribers-only content

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    is R. KERSHAW LUMiBl, REsq., Do. fthem GEORGE WHITELEY, REsq., May Field, near Halifax. of 184 EDWD. AKROYD, REsq., Bank Field, Do. 3 JOSH. STOCKS. REsq.. Shilbden Dale, Do. Hecher JEREMR. SHARP E BROWN, REsq., Halifax. aban, JOSHUA APPLEYARD, Esq., Subscribers-only content

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