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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday .... Mar. ...... Plough Inn, Weston Heaths Saturday ._. - 10 ..... Apley Park. Tuesday ...... 13 ... Cattle Hill. Thursday . -15 ...... High Onn Weod. Saturday ... -17 ...... tableford. THE LtbLOW HOUNDS.-At ha.fpast Teso. Thursday .... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thle olx tHoases iceoverted into fire), and partly esied as Ollices, Nits. 41, 6, B. 10, andl 14, its Cattle Hill; the tsar Honses, Noa. 3, 6, 7, aed 11, ia Yawdl he. liiid thle ealme ; soil lais foair Subscribers-only content

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    LOCA-L AND GENERAL. LEEDS, MAY 30, 1865. T1 he Barnsley, Ackworth, and Pontefract Railway Bill has been withdrawn. CHUECH MISSIONARY MEETING AT HUDDERSFIELD. -Last night, the annual meeting of theHuddersfield branch of the Church of England Missionu ry Society Subscribers-only content

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    l ik Te Erad n!d I'd fBank Lifnilcd E.C. hiroo>LnAu, Ksq., ,t P. Itol-ch Old Hall, Tadmnclrt. nonjamitii fraime. Cattle Hill Farm. Tedearter, IiLbam Tionipsarl, Bic t-c. W-eiie flmo,Ti:atr BANKERS. The Bradfor1d Od" Bank lomlo11td. BMrilfoid. Tadcasoor. and 6,11n l"ratceinea Subscribers-only content

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    to 58s. and very fine to 60s. per coomb- Las ley to 21s. Oats 12s. to Ms. At the Cattle Hill fat beef vvas scarce and dearer, being worth 10s. per stone. Mutton 7§d per lb - A great many Subscribers-only content

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    _2s.- Oats 14s. to 15s. V".v. IS a i ari re shew of Bullocks, Sheep, and '■ on 'the Cattle Hill on Saturday last. Fat V " : I at from 9s. 6i. to Hs. f)d. per stone, and Mat- Subscribers-only content

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    to "j., and '21s. fid. per coomb. " rivi" v.vi a very large shew of Scotch beatts ... nur Cattle Hill on Saturday, and sales were ef- fects i at from lis. to (>s. tid. per stone. - There vi-* Subscribers-only content

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    to 15s. [ Owi ",,r tv tlie severity of the morning, there Bfr- S iv- business transacted on the Cattle Hill surfi- ' '•■" !" v "rs uf skaiting have experienced a ■»..-..•■" unknown for many years in this City, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    week ; the best samples Bi, 17s. Oils lls to 15s. Od. Beans 2os. to is ih.r coomb. Our Cattle Hill on Saturday was well supplied fi':l rat beef, which was a little lower. There ijs a sufficient quantity uf Subscribers-only content

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    fine 17s ' 6d ' ° ats 15s " mJll ans 19s. to 'ids. per coomb. ■ ii our Cattle Hill there wus such a small shew H/ ;Jn rtock of all kinds thut prices must be nomi- H.'^^iieie w-s Subscribers-only content

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    of grain at our market on Saturday, but the prices varied little from those of last we*_k. On the Cattle Hill we had a tolerable shew of Scots and hoinebreds, which obtained prices much as of late. The sheep-pens were Subscribers-only content

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    have been fed upon these two articles for the purpose of testing their relative merits, will be on the Cattle Hill, on Saturday next, the 17th instant, at ten o'clock, and that he will subsequently favour us with a statement Subscribers-only content

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    nude good remunerating prices ; some fetching 21. each above the pi ices offered in October last, on the Cattle Hill, Norwich; a few choice do. made 17/. to IS/, each; moderate do. 14/. to 15/.; heifers from 12/. to Subscribers-only content

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    50s. to 52 s __Har!ey stood nearly at last week's prices. Oats 18s. to '21s. per coomb. At the Cattle Hill, there was a good shew of stock; prices much the same as last week. _t the City Sessions, held Subscribers-only content

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    585. ; Barley also increased in price from _s. to Is. per coomb.- r-Oats 18s. to '225. ■At the Cattle Hill, there was a very consi- derable show of botii lean and fat beasts, and high prices demanded. Keing St. Subscribers-only content

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    was very much in i and SOs. to 325. given for the best samples.- Oats as last week. lie Cattle Hill, very large droves of Scots ier cattle were exhibited for sale, but few ing to buy at the high Subscribers-only content

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    Barley a good supply, and ..samples 30s. to 'Ms. per coomb - Oats ■ . te, tier coomb. ii- Cattle Hill, there were sheep and lambs atabundance; prices not higher than last. B-A pood show of Scots cattle and home- Subscribers-only content

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    week, selling from 265. to ;J-« coomb - Oats had a brisk sale at 255. "•w-pw coomb. j*- the Cattle Hill, there was very little va- *|'! m c '- v< -' r quantity of stock or price, ex- ' Subscribers-only content

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    prices. - Barley was brisk in ! .it J3s. to 3 is. and Oats 255. to '28s. ab. ? Cattle Hill, ther? was a very tolerable stock. High prices were demanded for fs and home-breds, but not many bar- ii'.e. Subscribers-only content

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    freely at last week's prices. - mtinuing in demand, and the supply : best malting samples obtained 375. 3. Cattle Hill, we had a short supply of 1 a thin attendance of buyers. - The cc of fine open weather Subscribers-only content

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