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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " Shadows " of " Coming Events." The Finery of War. Personal Recollections of the late William Hazlitt. The Black Bank Notes. A Few Words on Early Shop-Shotting. Address to the Fountains in Trafalgar Square. The Hedgehog Letters. Jan uary. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dockerty (57), a rag- 'I gatherer.-The evidence showed that the man staggered b into the Jovial Calliers' Inn, at Black Bank. in no miserable condition, wet and exhausted. A place at the f fire was at once given up to Subscribers-only content

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    FA~~~~~~~~~~~~I# JL 111 .. 1lDUVATI ~t. aii Vjitation'" it Clamserai or -C0 erciatl with *Qfta rue3l1 u iee aandi Moral. there areat presenta Frpneh T~d Dn i~e %stiti by of Ierntnen o adap , O ,h4iee luaell ;ndtpeaSod "llrlstratkorai Subscribers-only content

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    such other Lotr em shall be then agreed upon: , Lot I. A CLOSE of LAND desirably situate at Black Bank, adjoining the Road lending to York, . with a Rivulet at the Bottom, called Pease Closes con- tainiog 4 Subscribers-only content

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    such other Loht as ehsil be then agreed upoe: Lot I. A CLOSE of LAND desirably siurte OAt el Black Bank, adjoininrg the Road lrading to York, s with a Rivulet at the Bottom, called Paose Close, con- ot ti.Dinig Subscribers-only content

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    insist upon tIbe Contract being strictly performed, eupecsally as to thu 'l'inne of lighting the Lamps arnd their burning. Black Bank and. M4a6gate. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, THE under-mentioned FREEHOLD ES- .11 TATES, in Leeds: A CLOSE of Subscribers-only content

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    FSron"0 Plians, of, the Lots cnoa Printed Parti- culari are left with Mr (raweso, the Auctioseer, at Bradford. . Black Bank and JMabgafe. To be 80LD by YRIVATE CdONTR4CT, lg~1 tunder-mtentioine FREEHOLtD ES- T OB TATES, in -Leeds: A CLOSE Subscribers-only content

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    it he.Rew. W. Carr, of Bolton Ahlbey, near Sk pton, or awsn. ares, Soiiitou ihof u1k ita war &CA Black Bank and Afcobgalec To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRAC'T, J rHE under-mentioned FREEHOLD FS so 1. TATES, in Leeda: ar Subscribers-only content

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    Account thereof, wit~i thle Natulcet of their 5' cniitics (if any) to Mes I lszabetb.Allison, at* her -Houise ~at Black Bank Cottage Leedfi, his \Vidow and Adminiatrats'i.v, or -to M~r, Skdelon, Solil-i citor, in Leoche. .* .'ld all Pete inq Subscribers-only content

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    be teen any Day after the l3th I, Instant, to thle 'i'ini of S~al, upon tire Premises, at fl. Black Bank. in O~k The Sale to begin precisely at Ten o'Clook in er, the Forenoon, and to w~ntinue without Interinission, Subscribers-only content

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    He had come from oert by the coach, and was scalkiig into Leeds with a comupsition, when rent the Black Bank, lie dropped clocwn acid oxciire.l 0cc Wedilesday last, at his liociae ij Po h-tra l-plafe, in hic 6401 yeitr, Subscribers-only content

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    blown ,off~;; and the our lead 4nd slates werd strippe'd off Farfield-Coittage,alt. Abset Littelie-intlon. Two new hpus'es at the Black Bank' IVey 'were considerably itipissd`."''. Sonic hohsse┬ž at.Burley press sufferd conideraly lifisd~i the storm, and lesser injuries. .dr: were done'to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAND to. in thle highest State of Cultivation, situated at Black Bank, Leeds, adjoining the Turnpike Road. Also, Fifteen Acres of good GRASS LAND, situated a at Black Bank,. Leeds, adjoining the-Turnpike-Road. od The above will be Let either altogether, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Good FARM-HOUSE. T with Thlirteen Acrrs of excellent GRASS LAND, in the highest Sto te of Cultivationt, situated at Black Bank, l..eedls, adjoining the Turnpike Road. Also, Fifteen Acres of gond GRASSLAND, situated st Black B mkle, Leeds, adjoining the Subscribers-only content

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    (@1Ifatinl,* _-%ORK~fIptF'E DISSENTERS' GRAM.._ -IL MAR I'1O0L, SILCOATES - 11oUSic, near Wakefield. ~ Principal andl Classicil Master, Rev. Josephl France, A jM.-MaihI'icnsatical 'iast"e, Riciard Sclolield, A.B. -4r~g Alaet~r, MrRichard Durtna]. In this Institustiomn. Youig Gentlemen 'ire intutdi the Latin Subscribers-only content

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    all of Leeds. Is Also, to be Disposed of by Private Contract, a g Quattity of FOG. at Broomhills.Farstt, Black Bank, r Leeds. For Particularsittquire at the Bull aidl Mouth. el Lecds, 14th August, 1822. (Oue i aosnc'ern.) or . Subscribers-only content

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    Solicitors, all of Leeds. Also, to be Disposed of by Private Contract, a Lr- Quantity of FOG. tit 15ronmhills.-Farmn, Black Bank, It Leceds. For Particttiarsitirii-c at thc iBuill anti, etutli. (1- LeeIoS, 14th Atugust, 18'2J. (One Concern.) 1d ~r 0 Subscribers-only content

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    Auctioneer. Skipton, 1st July, 1823. IEEDS. IIIE UNT'IVIDED FOUIRTH-PART of ithe KNOSRfOP and I-IIN'SLET MIl LS- T'hie FARIM at Black Bank, in the Owedulation of Mr. Bramtfitt-L.ANDS at Kinostrop, and in 1'nrild. houscel-ane, and otiter Parts of Leeds, 1'0 131B, Subscribers-only content

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    LEEDS. s thie Hr UND])IVIDED FOURTH-PART of' loth, T the lNOSTROP and HUNSLET MILLS- I and The FARM.; at Black Bank. in the Occupation of knti- Mr. BruLirfitt-LANDS, at Knostrop, and in Wood- house-Lane, and other Parts of Leeds, TO Subscribers-only content

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    the looper authorities, and other public-spirited towns- mell,, bit that we shell shortly have a bhitge over the river, not only at School-ietne, bttt also where it is equally nceeded, at the Black Bank, in wihich hope-I remain, Sir, CIVIS. Subscribers-only content

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