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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    before his situation was discovered. MELANCHOLY SUIcIDn.-A suicide was committed oPn Wednesday week, by Thomas Decey Colton, Esq., at Curwen Woods, near Burton, a niagistrate of the county of Westmoreland. The deceased had long shown symptoms of mental aberration, and Subscribers-only content

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    moadow Lnd may he Isd withs the Imouns, if ren. equired. The premises nsay lie viewed by spplying at Curwen Woods, and further particulares obtaimmed from Mr. Holme, Pasrkside, Msiln- timorpe. i a ORKSHIRE.To be LET, WENT.BRJDGE V. L HOUSE. Subscribers-only content

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    ; Country ; small family ; no help ; four servants ; state age, wages, kc. - Mrs. Walmsley, Curwen Woods. Burton, Westmoreland. [1200 R. W. EDES EVERETT, Chemist, of St. Botolph's Pharmacy, has a VACANCY for a well-educated Youth Subscribers-only content

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    2, R Bur- | row, Wrayton Hall ; 4, Ed Wright, Wenning" Cottage, i Wenuinaton ; 5, G Procter, Curwen Woods. Burton.' j Hackney over 14 hands and not exceeding I_J hands, silver enp : 1, W Askew ; h Subscribers-only content

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    hurdles four feet hi«h, 1 It Burrow • 2 C H Wilson, Ri 0 'madeu ; 3 Gilbert Procter, Curwen Woods. Leapers.- Leaping mare or gelding, to jump hurdles at tbe discretion of judges. 1 J W Askew ; 2 Subscribers-only content

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    the three-year-old colts class with a smart-looking coestnut ;a very useful brood mare belonging to Mr G Piocter of Curwen Woods, took a leading position iv that class. The agricultural classes were not quite s j well filled as in Subscribers-only content

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    the Rev. S. Moon (the incumbent) and the Rev. W. Dampier. Among the visitors were R. B. Fisher, Esq., Curwen Woods ; R. Kay, Esq., Mrs. Kay, and Miss Taylor, Morecambe Bank, Bolton-le-Sands; Miss Russell, Bolton-le-Sands; Miss Kinder, Burton ; Subscribers-only content

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    Raby (Airville), Mrs. Croft, (Cantafield), T. H. Whitaker, Esq., T. P. James, Esq., Miss Mallinson, R. B. Fisher, Esq. (Curwen Woods), and Mis. Fisher, the Rev. J. H. Abbott and Mrs. Abbott, the Rev. Mr. West, Mr. Allen and Mrs. Subscribers-only content

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    the vicarage wo had tbe pleasure of seeing A. North. Esq., of Liverpool • J. B. Fisher, Esq., of Curwen Woods ; Mr. and Mrs. Fearenside, JVir. Fearenside, junr., Miss Fearenside, the Miss Wil- sons, Miss Williams, the Miss Lingards, Subscribers-only content

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    E. G. Hornby Esq., of Dalton Hall ; E. M. Fenwick, Esq., Burrow Hall ; Rev. J. S. Bolden, Curwen Woods ; W. S. Cragg, Esq., Ark- holme ; W. Tomlinson, Esq., Biggins; - Campbell, Esq., Engineer on the Ingleton Subscribers-only content

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    Samuel Moon, aged 52 years- deeply lamented by his parishioners and friends. Burton. - On the 20th inst., at Curwen Woods, Charles Cotton, Esq., aged 28 years. Roebuck. - On the 17th inst., Jane, the wife of Mr. Rd. Gornall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Knot, then back again nearly to Hutton Roof Chapel, and right over the top of tbe Crags nearly to Curwen Woods, where it was killed after a splendid run of between 30 and 40 miles aoross a very difficult country. Subscribers-only content

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    they gave up tbe attempt. Next day, however, they were more successful, for Reynard turn- ing up somewhere near Curwen Woods, gave tbem a splendid hunt about the crags of several hours' duration and eventually made good his escape. On Subscribers-only content

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    Ingleton Fells. Burton.- On the Ist instant, Mr William Lamb, of Aughton, near Lancaster, to Miss Ann Hiron, of Curwen Woods, near Burton. Manchester. - On Sunday last, at the Cathedral Church, by the Rev. Mr Johnson, Mr Rowland Cookson Subscribers-only content

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    12th inst. at Curwen Woods, near Burton- in-Kendal, the Lady of Thomas D. Cotton, Esq. of a son. On the 13th inst. the Lady of Samuel Taylor, Esq. of Eccleston Hall, in this county, of a daugh- ter. On Tuesday Subscribers-only content

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    healthiest situations in Lancaster. For rent and particulars apply to Mb. Clark, Gazette Office, Market-street. Lancaster, May 4th, 1863. CURWEN WOODS, WESTMORLAND. TO BE LET, Furnished, for tbe Term of Seven or Nine Years with entry on the 12tb of Subscribers-only content

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    Douhla Coach Hunse ; a Thrae-stalled Stable ; and good Garden. For particulars apply at tbe Gazette Office, Lancaster. CURWEN WOODS, WES ["MORLAND. TO BE LET, Furnished, for the Term of Seven or Nine Tears, with entry on tbe 13th Subscribers-only content

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    Office, Lancaster, April 24th, 1863. CURWEN WOODS, WESTMORLAND. TO BE LET. Furnished, for tbe Term of Seven or Nine Years, witb immediate entry, ALL THAT TEBT DE.tRABLE AND CONVENIENT RESIDENCE, Called •« CURWEN WOODS," SITUATE about one mile from the Subscribers-only content

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    healthiest situations in Lancaster. For rent and particulars apply to Mb. Clark, Gazette Office, Market-street. Lancaster, May 4th, 1863. CURWEN WOODS, WESTMORLAND. TO BE LET, Furnished, for tbe Term of Seven or Nine Years, with immediate entry, ALL THAT VERY Subscribers-only content

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    Terrace, Scotforth. May 9th, 1863. CURWEN WOODS, WESTMORLAND. TO BE LET, Furnished, for the Term of Seven or Nine Years, with immediate entry, f ALL THAT VEBY DESIBABLE AND CONVENIENT RESIDENCE, Called " CURWEN WOODS," SITUATE about one mile from Subscribers-only content

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