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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be arranged in lots to suit the traide. g Sale to commence at eleven o'clock. Auctioneers' Office. Talbot-yard, Leeds. Bishop Thornton By Mr. JOHN DACRE, at the house of Mr. Jones, the Star r Inn, in Itiplgy, on Tuesday, the Subscribers-only content

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    that many of the shops ti were lighted wills gas. In thte villages of Birstsvith, Hemips- fr titwaite, Hartwith, Bishop Thornton, and Markington, the it Ldamnage'done is, we understand, very serious. a, o COURT HOUse, June 23.-(Before J. Dent, E. Subscribers-only content

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    joiner aixd undertaker, both or Bradford. Ii Oni Tuesday, aged 50, MARY, wife of JOSEPB JOWIsT, Erq., of C Bishop Thornton, near Ripley. Same day, at Manchester, aged 31, HeNRY, son of Mr. LoDse e formerly of the Blay Horse Subscribers-only content

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    Albert, grey, Ii yuera) rE Thomais RertEon, tiey tired bvc Albany Itentan. 1; iShirwood T Rtunger, grey) James bleed, Bishop Thornton, Ripley, bred by so W. Calvert, 2. Class 3t. l4 conmpts.) Far the h~st Mare and foal for hsunt- Subscribers-only content

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    breeding ',seasols. P FATAL A. WIsDE NTr-On Tuesday, the U th inst., an inquest was bald at. Shaw Mill, Bishop Thornton, before J. P. Robsan, hsa., coroner for the liberty of Ripon, an view oftehol fWm. Sanderson, aged 39, who, Subscribers-only content

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    Same, dlivy at Christ church, lfiriiell), 1.0' the 1ev, 'P. Kevin, ineUro- irI. I bentf 55 crn-A1:rwON, Lao., of Bishop Thornton, to CA~nIttarE,,, Ir, toera of I~E"'s. WatSoN, Eoa., of Bank House. aat nor palrish charebI, by the Rev. Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    oi e:Aril Hul NswtingI ~ Hof swll ilsuie _witin or minutes' walk of Ligiotchiffe Statics A Deojralile Form. at Bishop Thornton. By 'Mr. GdEORGsE I -CI-ILAdI, Oin Tusdayii, JuIni', eeoty.pai .t, lug, id at thei. looiaS (If .Br. Smales, the Subscribers-only content

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    for the renewal of licensee, £1 loo all of which were granted. The license of the Drovers' Best IBn, Bishop Thornton, was transferred from the late Mr. Wm. Wright to Mr. Samuel Midgeley. There were two Best application for new Subscribers-only content

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    for the renewal of licenses, c Id all of which were granted. The license of the Drovers' ty Inn, Bishop Thornton, was transferred from the late Mr. of Wm. Wright to Mr. Samuel Midgeley. There were two X 36, applications Subscribers-only content

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    anld of r a is, ill Royal Artillery, to ANNIE THORNTON, eldest daughter of Bar: ths Saine diay, at Bishop Thornton churns, Mr. GEO. BENSON, to MisS K ( thsBESSIE TasowPLIco, both of that place. ta pro. Same day. at Subscribers-only content

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    Baternan, jun., Ripon, draper; Mr. H. W. Johnson, Rip)on, draper; M5r. John Wi. Lucan, 1iRipen, innkeeper; Mr. Jolsn Atkinson, Bishop Thornton, toI flax spinner;, Mr. Josh. Atkinson, hlishop Thornton, farmer; at.j Mr. Winl. Atkinson, Bishop Thorniton, farmer; Mr. Charles 11 Subscribers-only content

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    6AML~t. BiREWIN, Temporary Auditor. Parin~e- comprised in the abovr-r~amed Union : B~everley. Hfartwvitia-vsith-Winaley. Biretwithe. H1igh and TLow Bishoeside, * Bishop Thornton. flenwith-witlx-DarleY. C'lint. Thorrnthwaite-vvith PadsidO. D fanre, Thruscrozs. * 110n Slone Beck. Ilisser Stone Beck. Folui'ains Earth. . Wareilt. W Subscribers-only content

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    Caiver, Drmnington Carr Was. Goisersel Atkinson John, Ardwick-le-atreet C)arr Win.. Wath-upon-Dearnie -Atkinson John, Alsiwark bCasraslse Jh Hro-nRb .Atkinson Julio. Bishop Thornton Caarrick Francis Lowthoepe Atkinson John, Easiegton s Carrick Rohi. Rdoqie, Bridlington Atkinson John. (treatmAton. Carroll Alexander C.. Cliffordt Atkinson Subscribers-only content

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    eldest son of Arthur C. Wiilyams, Esq., Bordirean, Truro, to Narguret, younger daughter of the hte Joseph Jolitt, of Bishop Thornton, itipley, Rorks. BCcxTo'c.-January 1,th, at Woodboer-ae,Roundhay, Leeds, Richard Bonebton, aged 63. GtEssi:c.-Jacuaary 22nd, at Lofthouse Villas, Leeds. aged 22 Subscribers-only content

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    eldest son of Artthur C Willyames. Esq. Bordrtan. Truro. to Margaret. yoiger danghter of the late Joseph Jowitt, of Bishop Thornton, Pipley, Yoriks. AnLnsmnL.-JLntarv 17th, at The Mount, Glass HoEughton, in the 21st year of her age, Annie, fifth and Subscribers-only content

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    Union, the Guardians elected without opposithon being as followss:-Bekwerley-James Inman, James Moor, and Joseph Summersgiill. Birstwith - George Wood. Bishop Thornton - 'James Stubbs. Clint-*Sylvester Lister. Dacr&-WdhisLm Houseman and Benson Newbould. Fountains Eath-Christopher Simpson. Hartwith-with- I Winsley - Joseph Grange Subscribers-only content

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    ad Warrell.61, AlbIon.sL, Leeds. MIA.RM for SALE.-For Sale by Private Treaty, all X? that FARM, celled "BRaventofts,", situate at Bishop Thornton. now in the occupation of Mr. Hawksworth. and contafinfin abotit 91 annas, with good term-house, stables, outhouses, garden, &c.. Subscribers-only content

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    proprietor. Prisoner was discharged, but was at once apprehended and remanded for stealing a saddle from the Chequers Inn, Bishop Thornton. RAILWAY PROSECUTION AT BINGLEY.-At the Bingley Petty Sesions yesterday, Mr. Simeon Yeadon and Mr. ALfred Yeadou, 'dock manufacturers, Batley, Subscribers-only content

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    the transfer of Aid- LI field, Studley, Aserley, Laverton, Grewelthorpe, and Kirkby Malzeard, to Ripona Liberty; and Bishopside, ea Bishop Thornton, Markinaeton. Iugerthorpe, and -Nidd, a from Ripon Libertr to Claro Division3. e POUL-TRY EXHIBITION AT SETTLE.-Yesterdav an exhibition of Subscribers-only content

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    Ithe. truste-es of the livinc. His Lordship a'sc a- -'-e time licensed the Rev. Thiomas Maile tti-Pez- Caracy cf Bishop Thornton, un thieno C Dean and Chapter of 1-ipon. thes Pee 1. Smith to the curacy of the Parish Church Subscribers-only content

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