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You searched for: Place: "Bishop Thornton", Resource: British Newspapers, 1600-1900, Result number: 20

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John C[hapmana, E,q. of Cragga -1 Hlowe, urar Guilborulgh, In thils county. ly Samre day. Mir. Jasaiph kEllis, of Bishop Thornton, draper, toI ha Miss Annite Darilbroughf, of Ktiatesbrougls. gih Saint clay. at the parish church, Huddersfiled, tue 11ev. I Subscribers-only content

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    H - ter of Mr. John Haigh, coun dealer, Scholes, near Holnfirtih. M Satme dae, at the Catholic chapsel, Bishop Thornton, Mr. T J.,svprh Scr ir'elr, butcher, A.berforld, to Jane, secund daughter of Mir. Ilicirerdike, of fruntorr, near Riprmn. 1I Subscribers-only content

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    all t;,e TowrofLips in the s Parratres of Linrairek anid Ripon, (except the 'romusimipe of H-igh and Low Bishopside, Bishop Thornton, acid Dacom.5 eunr-Besverley, in the said Parish or Ripon,) and In the M A Township or Hiumbortoncurnm.Milby, in the Subscribers-only content

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    and Itipen (except the Townships of We church or West Ardisley, Croftton, Enmley, Mbethlsy, Nor- High and Low Bishopside, Bishop Thornton, Dacre and A, do manton. Rothwoll, Sandal Blagna, Thernhill, Wiakefield, I Bewerley, in the said Parish of Ripen), anid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the [so a Parishes of Lindrik auud Ripen Jexcept the Townships of W and High and Low Bishopside, Bishop Thornton, Dacre and MtV~ EDS Bewerley, in the said Parish of Ripen), and in the Tows;- Publi sh of ttumberton-cnm-Millby, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Township at Markington, in the- fte West Riding of the said Counity, adjoining the Tiiroplke toand leading troin Bishop Thornton to Ripon, and the Estates of Mrs. Lawreiice and Earl de Grey. o-The Estate (which lies in at Ring Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Townships of Alenwith-with-Darley, and Thornthwaite- with-Padside, in the Parish of Hlampsthwaite; in the Townships of High and Low Bilohopsiode, Bishop Thornton, wacre, and Bewerley, in the Parish of ftipon; and in the Township of Thruscross, on the Parish of Fewstone, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Killingliali aforesaid, Farmer; Richard Knowles, of Stain- ley-with-Caytoli, in tile said Csunty, Lime Burner; and N Marviaduke Ilardtesetle, of Bishop Thornton, in the raid N County. Farmer, Creditors, as Tsrusteese for the equal Bendfit of themselves and aill the otlier Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arid Riplon. (except the Townships of High antI Low Beirhop. - Towoinps f Wetes. taihur, Rglos, nd rthnigon siede, Bishop Thornton, Darier, and Bewerley), arid the AtSIITO foal h Townshp ntePneeso dig nhrips of Humberton-cum-Milby, Azertey, Groweb -_ Irrim, hlrouhtono, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in 4o their honises during divine service, on the morning of Sun- !r day, the 10th inst.-George Hainidley, of Bishop Thornton, labourer, summoned Mr. George Hlardeastle, of the same n place, farmer, for a balance of wages, due for hoeing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for all thc Townships in tse Pishet of of Slewith-with-Darley, Thonisthwaite-with-Padsidehigh Ackaworh, Bauteworlb, lrotherton, Casteferd Darrtngion, and Low Bishopside; Bishop Thornton, Daere, Bewerley t- Feather~ostsl, Ferrjfrystone; ItirksmeatosS, foukfryslone and Thrlsciros5s. ard the Hxtra-parochlial Place of Warsill. - (except Elillam, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day at half-past ten. man's for a The HARROGATE BEAGLES meet on Tuesday, at the WILEi If- Croos roads, Bishop Thornton ; and on Friday, March 3Id- at High Harrogate ;-each morning at half-past ten o'clock: A Twif CRAVEN HARRIErs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PONTEFRACT. VIAC. Mr. A - flu A. , . ioosea sorry DISEASED MEAT.-On Monday last, a person niahod named Wm. Wilson was brought up at the Rotationoffie is and before the Mayor, E. Spink, Win. Moxon, T. Routledge, T' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were under the manage- the me nt of a few working men, aided by Mr. -Joseph Swan, nd schoolmaster, Bishop Thornton. A band of music was in rds attendance, and added much to the pleasure of the evening. is a Subscribers-only content

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    Mlatthew Ilee. CONSTABI Es.-Aismunuderby with ilal mer Bfondgate, George Horner and Win. Croft ; Bishopton, pie hoia Henry Atkiisont; Bishop Thornton, Johli Atkinsoi an'l Hi( id- Janmes Stead ; Bishop Alonktoss, Joins Chambers and John the Kay; Uishopside (Pligh snd Subscribers-only content

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    of his Girace the Arclishslop ' of Yarlc was hold at this house of Mr. John Thenipsoit, h innkeeper, Bishop Thornton, before Samuel Wise, Esq., depoty steward. After the sosryender-swere passed by the Court, the jury, usnder the presidency of Subscribers-only content

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    following rates were presented to the Magis- ntrates and allowed :-Ripon, a highway rate of 3d. in the epound; Bishop Thornton, a highway rate of 6d., and a poor erate of Is. in the pound; North Stainley, a poor rate Subscribers-only content

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    to 1ei HiuHones of Correctiona for attempting to lasy bad mtoney. 3ly T1EMPERhcarc AN1;1cVBRnsye.-'T.,ie osettahers and friends of the Bishop Thornton Tenaperasict? Society held 1,their anustal tea nmeeting its the Mlethodiet chapel, oilo'n . yday, last. Mr. Crailce, Of Hlarrogate, Subscribers-only content

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    Kirkby Nlatat~~dl, and tloetowuYsliips of Ienwith- t e d tvi oDasrlay ahrlmat~ihtdside, Hi-gh aod Low 5 1 tI BishotdO, Bishop Thornton. Dacie, liewerley, and Thros- I cr' an -heeta-parochial place of Wtareill, Is; At GIsBURN for all the townsissli in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BRADFORD. BRADFORD SUNDAY -SCHOOL UbiscoN.-On Tuesday S evening, the second annual meeting of the Bradford Sun- t day School nidon was held in the Mechanica' Institute. 1] The chair was occopied on the occasion by Mr. NV. B. Glyde. Subscribers-only content

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