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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICTNOMINATIONS. ited DUDLEY.-Yesterday the nominations for this borough rdly took olace between ton and twelve, at the Town Hall, the %rly Mtiyot(Alderman Walker) and lrI E. LID (theTown Oleork) being aresenit. Air, Sheridan (L and Mr. Robinson (C) attendlo, Subscribers-only content

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    Greenock. - .~Wigtowuahire. ealifaxo. Wiltshire (East). Hants (North), WVoolvich. Herefordshire (South). Yorkshire (Howden). ,, Ilsoss), ,, (Doncaster). HcrtfkdashirefWftford) ,, (Barkston Ash). Hertfordshire(Hertflrd). TO-M1ORROW''S POLLING. Antrim (North). Monaghaln (North). Anglesey, Newcastle on;I'yu5 Buruley. Northumberland (Tyne. Bradford (West). side). Clse lEast). Pembroke, Subscribers-only content

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    West Bromwich ..J. H,. Blades...........I I West Ham, North B. R. Cock............. 1- South J., Leicester............. 1- West Biding- Barkston Ash Colonel Canter .......... 1 Barnsley ....C. S. Kenny .1....-... I Doncas ter .... V1. S. Shirley .1........... Keighley ....I. Subscribers-only content

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    ...... East ............ brid . . ........ Olibury. West ............ Yarmoutb, Great., York .................. Y i,4 r,e ......... Yorkshire-,As Barkston Ash Bnrnsley ...... Buckrose ...... Cleveland ...... Colne Valley... Doncaster ...... Elland ...... Hallamshire ... Holderness..... Holn]firtls...... Howdenshire.. lighley ...... Subscribers-only content

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    13. -lngley ............ Mlid .' .J. Corbett.t - York City .....,.,.A. E. Pease.1 .' .......... F. Lockwood ..1 Yorkslhire- Barkston Ash .... *Colonel Guntor. - Barnsley..... 'C. .C S. Kenny ...... Buckrose ......... V. UtArtsr ..... Cleveland ....... 'H. F. Subscribers-only content

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    Glasgow, Glasgow College, Islington (West Division), Isle of lWight, Lancashire North-East (Clitheroe Division), Lancashire South-East (3ccles), Leeds, Pudrey and Barkston Ash, Oxfordshire. Paisley, Staffordshire (North), Scotland (East and IN orth of), Scotland (West of), Wal- sall. Wolverhampton, Aston Manor, lHandawortn, Subscribers-only content

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    which was carried by a large majority. BARESToN AsAr Dixi isio.-Alderman Starr was last nigIt adopted Liberal candidate for Barkston Ash Division of Yorkshire, in opposition to Colonel Gunter, . M..P IHAAiLr.-A meeting of Unionists was held at the Eonnservative Subscribers-only content

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    THE GENERAL ELECTION. LATESTPOLITICALINTELLIGENCE ACTIVITY I- TIRE CONSTITUENCIES. rPress Association Telcgramr l It is being too confidently nassumed that the new Parliament will actually assemble on November 1 because that is the day mentioned in the official notice of Subscribers-only content

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    Is. 4d. only is payable. LOT 2. All that Close of excellent LAND, known by the t name of Barkston Ash Field, containing 2A. In. 19P., StatuteI Measure, or thereabouts, situate in or near Sherburn d aforesaid. LOT.3. All that Subscribers-only content

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    rails on the embankment about six miles this side ,r of Birmingham. We believe the passengers escaped without injury. BARKSTON ASH AND SKVRACX COURT OF RE- -QjJESTs.-~We are requested to draw the attention of the public to this Court, an Subscribers-only content

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    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS, FRIDAY, FEB. 7. PRINCE ALBERT'S NATURALIZATION BILL, AND ANNUITY BILL. Royal Asient given by Commission. RURAL POLICE. In answer to a qurstion from the Duke of RICI.MaOND, the bar. quls of NoRMANa1v stated, that Subscribers-only content

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    two sums of money 1Y received by him as clerk to hlr. Mark Fochergill, attorney, on account of the Barkston Ash and Skyrack Coutt o I Requests.I rd Sir GREGORy LEwi-N and Mr. HALL were for the as prosecution Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    other Arable, to be etrered to In February next. H Mr. William Handley. of Sherburn, or Mr.Joseph Thompson. of Barkston Ash, will show the Premisese, ad the Rent and other Partleulats may be known on Application at the Oftices 'if Subscribers-only content

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    Orchard near n thereto, well stocked with Winesours and other elolce Fruit 1. Trees In full bearing, situate at Barkston Ash, near Sherburn, In the West-Riding Of the County of York, heretofore in the Occupation of Mr. Henry Handley, deceased, Subscribers-only content

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    the 6th P00 of December, at Olley, committed wilful and corrupt perjury, in the testimony be gave in the Barkston Ash and Skyrack Court of ps Requests. T and Mr. HALL and Mr. 0VERseND were for the prosecution. hisi The Subscribers-only content

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    Onth ath t at Stratton, Wolverhampton, the lady ot ie LiueatGa.52 Nolt-tonS, of A son and heir. prietoi On the 11th lst * at WiniR, near Nortallerton, the lady of scrooI John Wailee, Eq., Of Roslutn Gre~age, ofa daughiter. Subscribers-only content

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    Felonyand Misde- meanor, from the Wapontakes of Staincliffe and Eweross, t Claro, the Ainsty. Agbrigg and Morley, fikyrack and Barkston Ash, must attend the Sessions at Bradford; and those from the a Wapontakes of Strafforth and Tickhill, Osgoldcross, and Stain- Subscribers-only content

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    at . 44, Albion-Street. SAMUEL BLAKELOCK, Broker. , Leeds,' Nov. 4, 1i47. LOST.-LOST, on the 1Dth of October, ant Barkston Ash, nessr Stierburis, a slender made While and Liver Coloured Smooth PIOINTER DOG. aniawering to the r Name of " Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. ErvAa D HloBoSO, brother i to Mr. OBT. HOsaiO brush manufacturer, of this town. i. Sme day, at Barkston Ash, in his 91st year, Mr. WtI.. SIsSON, i farmer. Same day, iararA, daughter of Mr. JONATHAN CaOssSar, of Cleckheaton, Subscribers-only content

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    ANNE. wife of Mr. JOHN WOtssALD, Of Cawood, only daughter of the latto Henry Hand- Bet. ley, Esq., of Barkston Ash. Same day, at Ardenside, in the North Riding, of apoplexy, in his 67th year, Mr. LANCELOT i8LACKerT, formerly of Subscribers-only content

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