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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    net Pak In ab appear. mce.' The three present were the Longton iiorough the Dreiden a, Victoria, and the Black Dyke Mills (Yorkshire) baina The last- named won the Slrst prize, £20., for a selection from Weber; the Longtoron band, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    22nd . .Lancasisire Rifle Volunteers. Prics -amounating in value to £74. los. were offered, snd the first was awardedto Black Dyke Mills, the second to the 22nd Laneashire Rifla I Volunteers. Trawden secured the third, 0orley the -fourth, and Stookbnidgo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e was a brass band contest early in the day, the £40. prize Il id being won by the Black Dyke Mills band. The grand flu II concert in the evening was attended by about 8,000 pe r sons rl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    York, who took the first prize (220. for band, and silver three-pint cup for bandmaster, value eighteen guineas); 2nd, Black Dyke Mills band (RlP. for band, and a three-half-pint silver cup, value 12 guineas, for hand-master); third, 3rd Derbyshire Rifle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Corporation ba tis. Mrs, Carr, wife of .n warehousemaci at Quecenrhiry, was found drowned in the mill-dam at Black Dyke Mills on Thursday morning. There is little doubt she committed suicide. Observations recently talcen by the snll recorder show Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Haverbrack and Arnside

    certain highway leading from the sea shore near Robert Greenwood's house as aforesaid unto and over a bridge called Black Dyke Bridge being in the Division of Storth beginning at the north corner of a certain field called Li ttle

    Supplementary Records, Beetham

    or the shore the boundary leaves the boundary of Lancashire and proceeds along the north shore to where the Black Dyke in Foulshaw opposite the Staveley Stone against White Well in Whitbarrow, thence by a straight line across the Bay

    Index, A - K

    , James, 102. Black Beck , Middleton , 304. " Stricklands , 147, 205. Black Brow Bridge , 301. Black Dyke , Foulshaw , 244. " Bridge, Storth , 256, 257. Black Moss , Staveley , 206. Black Yews Scar

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Catalogue of Industrial Department, 1869

    Toilet Soaps. Specimens dlustrating the recovery of Grease from spent Soft-Soap Suds. Presented by Messrs J. Foster & Son, Black Dyke Mills, near Bradford . Eussian Tallow and Stearic Acid. Compartment 562. Specimens illustrating the manufacture of Candles from Palm Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of Industrial Department, 1869

    examples of Alpaca reps, poplins, cashmeres, embroidered cloths, Mohair glaces, & c. Presented by Messrs John Forster and Son, Black Dyke Mills, near Bradford . Alpaca is the long, soft, and lustrous wool of the Lama Pacos, a creature which Subscribers-only content

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