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    Supplementary Records, Kirkby in Kendale

    to be confined in the Ho. of Correction until 18 January next, and then carried in a cart to Blind Beck Bridge, with her body naked upwa rds from the middle, and the words "A Thief" placed thereon written in British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wim,, Ouseburni Great Heptoti Jolsn, Btbwith reptaotth Joshua, Thorp Audlmn Herd Robert, Howgill Herrics Robt. Crompton, York Eeseltine Thos., Blind Beck Heseltine Thos., Jun., Blinid Beck Hcsleton Martin, Eshton Mealingtot T. C., Ripon Messlegrave Thomas, Methley Mesward Thomas, Laughtot Eey Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    HwsIctine, Little Stalnforth. S entries. HORSES. Colt foal for saddle or harness-let, Robert Simpson, Black Bank; 2nd, Anthony Gregg, Blind Beck. 3 entries. Filly foal for saddle or liasresa-let, John Bolland, Close House; 2nd, Robetn maslsiter, Gallaber. 7 entries. Yearling Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Staliefortli. 2 entries. the con Colt foal for saddle 'Sr iuamsces-lst, ilebert Simpson, Black Bank; atio 2nd, Antheny Cragg, Blind Beck. 3 entries. . Filly foalr for saddle or harness-let, John ilollanul, Close House- c a 2nd, Roeieit la~slsiter, Gallahee-. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    line of tunnel through Shap Fell passes directly under Crosby Lodge and' terminates in a ravnne down which flows Blind Beck, at a total length from Ulleewater of 21 miles 46 chains, with cutting at the tunnel mouth of 00 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WilUam, Ouseburn Great Hepton John, Bubwith Hepworth Joshua, Thorp Audlin Herd Robert, HowgiU Herries Robert Crompton, York Hesletine Thomas, Blind Beck Thomas, jun., Bind Beck Hesleton Martin, Eshton HesUngton T. C, Ripon Hesalegrave Thomas, Methley Heward Thomas, Laughton Hey Benjamin, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    J-r Ce r ? OV . G _ U ' fr Sike ' ffiU Gill > R°ke- hole Sike Blind Beck, Foul Sike. Black Sike, Fast f 63 ' Sto- Wfest Car *i Gill, Mea Sike, §__,£_• l°_ Be^ k Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    d Sik . Buck S^e, Lathehaw Sike, Hury MUI Race, How GUI, Acre Sike, HUI GUI Roke hole Sike, Blind Beck, Foul Sike, Black Sike East Carm GUI West Sike, West Ca-ni GiU, Urn' S__ SSL 8 -.* «°n Be Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Flower F. W., Maltby ' Hemes Robert Crompton, York Foliambe Thomas, Thoones Hesletine Thomas, Blind Beck Foord Henry 8., Kirk EUa Hesletine Thomas iun., Blind Beck Foord Rev. Richard, Foxholes Hesleton Martin, Esbton Forge George, Great Driffield Heslington T. C, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Kearsden, near Clap- ham, 16 years. Female servant.- Mary Camm, Long Preston, 15 years j 2 , Mary Foster, Blind Beck, Hor- ton-in-Ribblesdale, 10J years. Laborer in husbandry. _1 .Thomas Shorr-x* .Halton West; 2, James Cap- stiok, Horton-in-Ribblesdale. Fenoe walling.- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    entries- l, Thomas Boiland, New Hall; 2, William Wolfenden, Wiggles- worth Hall. Yearling filly, 5 entries- l, Anthony Cragg, Blind Beck, Horton ; 2, William Johnson, Israel. Two! years-old gelding, 5 entries- l, John Thompson, Halton West?' 2, Thomas Maudsley, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Heseltine, Little Stain- forth. Horses- (Saddle or harness)- Colt Foal: 1, R. Simpson, Black Bank ; 2, Anthony Cragg, Blind Beck. Filly Foal: 1, Jonathan Boiland, Close House ; 2, R. Mashiter, Gallaber. Yearliug Gelding: 1, Stanley Har.ison, Lawkland #, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    best two years old gelding for road or field : 1. Robert Simpson, Black Bank ; 2, Anthony Cragg, Blind Beck ; 3 entries. For tbe best two.years old filly for road or field : 1, James Skirrow, Gateclops ; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    I 0 Mr. Roger Carus Wilson 110 Mrs Scales 110; Mr. Robert Benson 5 5 0 110 Miss Wilson, Blind Beck 5 5 0 110 Mrs. Richardson 5 5 0 Myles Sandys, Esq. 5 5 0 Mr. Edward Wilson, K. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    fat msm ot heßeri calf, WUham Ooulthai?^ butcher, Clapham. Sesfc:ifat <*°*_t, ti. Morpbet, iWigg sswbrth ; 2, Ji Carr, Blind Beck. B^t fat heifer,:%ny age, 1. J. Towlet, Rathmell ; 2-Joba Winder, Gallaber, Hellifield. Best fat animal of any breed, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    de- fendant, at about 3 45 p.m. By the Beuch. - No one was with it. It was between Blind Beck and SeUide, on tbe public highway, without a keeper. I ascertained that it was the propeity of tbe defendant. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    16th inst, Ann, widow of the late Mr. John Hutchinson, tailor, aged 91 years. Horton-in-Ribblesdale.-On the 19th inst, at Blind Beck, Mr. William Clayton, raUway laborer, aged 38 years. Preston.-On the llth inst., at his residence, 19, Christ Church-street, Mr. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Beck Yawd S.ke, Duck Sike, Lathehaw sike, Hury Mill F li iw Gill Acre Sike, Hill Gill. ItokeleMe Sike, Blind Beck, F ' - c Blacksike East Carni Gill, West Sike West C mi Gill. M .. -i.-.-. Hag sike, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Audlin Jubb James S,Herringthorpe Herd Robert, Howgill Jubb Joseph, Jun, Batley Herriesß, Crompton York Jubb Wm, Cliff Heseltine Thos, Blind Beck Kay Geo. H, Holme Lodge Heseltine T, Jun,Blindßeck Kay John Robert, Sheffield Hesleton Martin, Eshton Kay Thomas, Haxwell Heslington Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Ouseburn Great Hepton, John. Bubwith Hepworth, Joshua, Thorp Audhn Herd, Robert, Howgill Herries, Robert Crompton, York j Hesletine, Tbomss, Blind Beck - Thomss, jun., BUnd Beck Hesleton. Martin, Eshton Heslington, T. C, Ripon Hesslegrave, Thomas, Methley ■ Hewsrd, Thomas, Laughton Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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