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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gree, Burton: Mrs. Cottam, Smut. forth, Lancaster. Inspectors of Farms, Crops, &c.-3r. W. Ormrod, Forkshaw; Mr. J. '1'. 1aylor, Cartmel Fell, The following were the chief awards:- OCArrirm.-Shrthorn bul], two vears old and uDwards.John Hlandkr., Greenhead, silathorpe; 2, T. Kitchen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the 26th silt., aged 97, MARY, wifo of Mr. Couneilior JAsMES IfWATSeO, Of Portland-pltee, LoetsL. Same dsy. at Cartmel Fell, iaged 55, AsiELCA, daughter of the Rev, t is R1.1B. Cooiiirtroi. Same stay, at Celettthame, agned 4eli, Me. Mlotnesx, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    architect 1Masocn Et. J.. Now Clce, rileir~er M1ills 0,, rircet Yarmouth, Ien mlerchant Fleming B., Hilifax. currier Gownad J., Cartmel Fell, unekeener Collirbournre BR, trading as W. r Cnlintourne twine merchant B elntao iu Wgylde end Blaxlanid. Wallington Bridge secellen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sedbergb. Poultry-Mr. T. W. L. Hind, Kendal. Inspectors of faras, crops, &c.-Mr. Isaac Barrow, Lupton; Mr. J. T. Taylor, Cartmel Fell, Grange-ovcr-Sands; Mr. C. S. Steele, lorby. Tie .Brt~ih Mfedical Journal understands that Dr. Adaici, Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Skelwitfa, Dunnerdale and Seathwaite, Satterthwaite, Torver. 2.-NEWBY BRIDGE. Allithwaite, Upper, Colton, Allithwaite, Lower, Holker, Upper, Broughton, East, Holker, Lower, Cartmel Fell, Staveley. 3.- ULVERSTONE. Aldingham Parish, Mansrigs, Blawith, Osmotherly. Bronghton, West, Penuington, Dalton, Subberthwaite, Egton, with Newiand, Ulverstone, Kirby Ireleth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Forton. nicar. Garstang. Stalmine-witu-Stainall. Hambleton. Winmarleigh. Holleth. Wyresdale Nether. DISTRICT TO POLL AT HAWKSHEAD, IN LONSDALE HUNDRED, NORTH SANDS. Cartmel Fell. Hawksbead, Monk Conis- Cburch Coniston. ton and Skelwith. Claife. Satterthwaile. Dunnerdale and Seatbwaite. Torver. DISTRICT TO POLL AT HORNBY, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with-Newland. Subberthwaite. Holker Lower. Ulvawton. Holker Upper. Urswick Parish. DALTON-IN-FURNESS. Aldingham. | Dalton. Broughton West. I Kirkby Ireleth. HAWKSHEAD. Cartmel Fell. Hawkshead, Monk Conis- Church Goniston. tou and Skelwitb. Claife. Satterthwaite. Dunnerdale and Seath waite. Torver. PRESTON. Barton. Hoghton. Brindle. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWBY BRIDGE. In Lonsdale Hundred North of Sands. Allithwaite, Upper, Colton, Allithwaite, Lower, Holker, Upper, Broughton, East, Holker, Lower, Cartmel Fell, J Stavely. 3. ULVERSTONE. In Lonsdale Hundred North of Sands. Aldingham Parish, Mansrigs, Blawitb, Osmotherly, Broughton, West, Pennington, Dalton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MALLEY HO I' SE MAN, Blackpool. Ou the llth instant, at the Parsonage, Cartmel Fell, JOHN SAMUEL, son of the Bey. THOMAS CABTEB, incumbent of Cartmel Fell, sged 13 years. On the 12th instant, at Longton, .tged 68 yesrs, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iteletbi '- ' seeks out error, snd promotes ita reformation. HAWKSHEAD. ••■■•!-•'" It contains the FULLEST and LATEST intelligence Cartmel Fell. Hawkshead,' Monk Conis- of every description, whether POLITICAL, COMMER- Church Coniston. ton and SkeWrith. CIAL, CLERICAL, LEGaL, or FASHIONABLE, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Daniel Braith- waite, Smeaton- street, Barrow-in-Furness, ginger beer manufacturer, Jane 23, TJlverston and! Barrow-in- Furness. James Coward, Beech Hill, Cartmel Fell, innkeeper, Joly 8, Kendal. David Davies, Prioe-street, Liverpool, woollen warehouseman, Jane 17, Liverpool, John Findlay, Bath-street, Liverpool, oil merohant. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Gretna Marriage. - The adjourned hearing of the case at the township ofStavely against Mr. William Birkett, of Cartmel Fell, for neglecting to maintain his alleged wife, Sarah Birkett, came on this day. The circumstances of the case are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Todmorden, do Dean James, Manchester Dudson Otho, Heaton Great Dunn Matthew, Cheadle, Chester, clerk Dawson John, Manchester Dodson John, Cartmel Fell, gent E Eidsforth Anthony, Poulton, esq Edmondson Richard, Lancaster, gent Eccles George, Barnacre, do Eastham Thomas, Greenalgh, do Eccles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Matt Cheadle Buckley, clerk Demant Thos. P. M. West Noifolk Militia Dtinkwater Jno- Prestwich Dean Jas Manchester Dodson Jno. Cartmel Fell, gent Dugdale Thos. Kiikdale, do Da .is Thos. Toxteth Patk, do Dobson John, Walton, do Dugdale Robt Whalley Dodgshom Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Walney, to Misk Susannah Dodgson, of Cartmel Fell. Same day, Mr. Hargreaves, solicitor, of Blackburn, to Eliza, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Robert Hargreave, of Bury. On Thursday ssennight at the Friends Meeting. . House, Liverpool, Mr A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blackbird.- A specimen of the male black- bird was shot by Mr. James R Cockertou, of Ravecv barrow Lodge, Cartmel Fell, last week. Instead of the plumage being a beautiful glossy black, it is dotted all over, from the head Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the northern counties, and the first prise last year was awarded to Mr John Taylor, of Thor- nnstie Hall, Cartmel Fell. The fact of it coming twice iota one district is creditable to agriculturists resididing therein. A PoaOHKB Committed fob Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARRIAGES AND DEATH*. MARRIAGES. KiHfty- Burton - January 3rd, at St. Mary Abbott' a, Kensington, London, by the Righc it**. the Lord Bishop of Newest In, G*or»Ks D*suni-, virimt -urriviu/- *an of William KiMe.r. of Svaforeh, Liver- pool, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Anthony's Chu_c_v, by the Rev. W. Puminera. Mr. John Thomas TavLoc, Hodue Hill, to Mias M. Taylor, Thorphensty Haul, Cartmel Fell. / ~» DEATHS. Ou the 30th ult., at Westboume Terrace, Mary- widow of the late Edward Johusou, aged 75 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' Ulverston - On the 19ch inst., at the Parish Church, by the Rev. W. Stephens, Mr. John Kellett, Cartmel Fell, to Miss Mary White, Ulverston. DEATHS. On the 16th inst., Elizabeth Clifford, widow of the late James Stork, aged Subscribers-only content

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