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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is tht 85th veirhof her age, Mary Comber, vidomsn of the Rcv. Ths Csr orlliiner, LL. ll. ILte sf East Newton, is tlliscouonty, inst ld nslsterof W. Brooke, M.D. lateof Field- head, in thosamscouitty. Same day, at Se.srboroiugh, after a Subscribers-only content

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    t THE ENTIRE STOCK OFRASof RIst ceelebrated Breeder and emiren AgicF ur R Mr.o Witht' a' d Marsisall, ui East Newton., comprisntg -iculhuriltE Mr, 40l Il er Rams. riig2 heo5v 5 4 g e Mr. 13nuiton, ini calling, their Atsenlio Subscribers-only content

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    Rtobert, Elotronwick _ 'j' Talbhot Clifford, WVest Notw- Perry Wsilliaur, Melbounrie 'y1 Ion t'nkitra Jolin. Bininsiilton on Csooper Charles, East Newton Ralines Win., Cowdons Magna St: Copley Sir Joseph William, lainmloln William, Lothertors ill Harp., Sprotbroiglr ilainkill Joirr, I'oitefract Es, Subscribers-only content

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    Tbree.year.old zoadster, gelding or filly, W. Len Pickering; 2, E. Coverdale, Kirbynmoor.ide. Three-year-ola carting gelding or tily, G. Wray, East Newton; 2, B. King, Helmley. - s qRr~cI. PRIzEs.i Threetyear-old coeching or Cleveland mtreo or gelding, G. Scoby, Nawton - Subscribers-only content

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    has seen walking theze in the evenings. Webster Tomlinson wao adows. a stepson of the lete Mrs. Tomlinson, of East Newton, and 'theyoung woman, Misc Ann Elizabeth Sutton, was Dlre. V1061- Tomuihlson's niece. The bodies were removed to the Clift- Subscribers-only content

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    his estate Of in Yorkshire. InI 1861, the prizes awarded were a silver he cup to Mr. Wray, of East Newton, *for the best managed 'n, farin exceeding 1,50 acres ;and at siler medal to Mr. Wood, '5- of Yearaley, Subscribers-only content

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    gelding, £2, to W. H. (taunt, Old TerHviloe. Mere eand foal for apricoltnral puopsoes, £2, to G. W eny, East Newton; 2nd, llo., to T. Ward, Boheaoia, Sutton- on-the-Foredt. Three years old agrwrulolral gelding or illy, £3, to E. Epink, Subscribers-only content

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    s Fridaly ....... 5i~lngton......II. 0 Notarrm DURHAM .... Monday....... Waterhouses......10,.43 Wednesday..... Eppleton Hall ..... nS Iruday....... TmszIre......... l.. SnrmucoVGOIw......Tuesday ......East Newton Gaitle.. 10.10 Saturday .......elmsley .......10.3U IRE R. JOHNaT07rE'S. .Tuesday ......Farwath..... 0...10.3 Saturday ......Darnoome ..... 10.30 Souru DumanAi.....on~day ......Ferry 1liffi Subscribers-only content

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    the present time. According to the oendeon Chronicle, a famous ash tree was cut down in December, 1766, at East Newton, 'Yorkshire, which was supposed by good judges to be the largest and finest in the kingdom. It contained fourteen Subscribers-only content

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    -against the sharp razor blades. The serpent had its den in the side of a wooded -h eminence near East Newton, by Stossegrave. which has -JC -since then gone by the name of Losehy Hill;inl memory -St of the great Subscribers-only content

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    ayshrpe; Mr. Jas. T. Welburn), farmeri, ~. Norih liolm Mr. Davirt Waloi. farmer, Skplm Mr. Alf. Gratesg, r. farmer, East Newton and Laysthriioe. !d In charginig thle Graud Jury, the- CHAiSOXAx con- gratnlated them on the very satisfactory condition of Subscribers-only content

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    secondly, Isabella, 'daughter of Sir Edward Blaoeett, Bart. 'of Newsy, and had issue Isabella, who married, Wm. Thornton, of East Newton, the elder branch of Welbury Norton thus failing in male assue in 1816. Thomas, second son of Welbury Norton, Subscribers-only content

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    , Satur. Dec. 24 ..Nouneington . ............30 Tuos., Dec. 27 . The Kennels .. . *-10.30 Satur., DeC. 31 ..East Newton 10.30 SOtiri DUa ,- ....Fri., Dec. 23 .... Brafferton ....... 11. 0 SoUmm WOLD ...... Satur., Dee. 24 .* Subscribers-only content

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    .......10.20 Snea'roNGO ......atur., Dec. 24 . .Nunnington...... 2...10.3 Taest.,-Deo. 27 ..The Heossols . 2.......0.20 1 Satesr., Dec. 21 .. East Newton ........10,30 I1 SOOT= WorM)....Sat-ur., Dec. 24 ..H.Brringtor, Hall..... 1. 11 O.4 - 2Ion., flee. 26... .Totiford ..........1045 r Toes., Subscribers-only content

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    Dec. 01 ..Gilling Castle ......... 10.30 SrsxoxToX ......... Tues., Dec. 27 .. The IKeeneos .........,.10.30 Satur., Dec. 31 .. East Newton .............. 10,30 SonET WocLD ...... Mon., Dec. 26 ... Tetford , . . 10.45 Tries., Dec. 27 .... tevesby Subscribers-only content

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    XrmoDryToS's. .Friday, Dee. 30 Weaverthorpe .. ,10,S0 Satur., Dec. 31 ,.Giling Castle. 1 0.0 Sneoqrow ......... Satur., Dec. 31 ..East Newton . 10.30 SouTns WoLD ...... Thurs.. Dee. 29 ..Boucherett Aris . 10.45 Satur., Dee 51 .. Spileby Marketeplae. 10,45 Subscribers-only content

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    halt-past ten. Rufiord-W.Mnday Ley Fields; Wedoe~day. Epperstone Village; Sa- turday, Kelhara at a quarter before eleven. Sinnington-.Tuesday, Wiganthurpe; Friday, East Newton; at ten. Sutton's, Sir R.-Monday, Corby Toll Bar; Tuesday, Brook Hall; Wednesday, Culsterworth; Friday, Burley-on-the-Hill; Saturday, Cottesmore ; at Subscribers-only content

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    14, Gloucester-street, St. John-strect-road Murray, Mr. J. M., 103, High-street, Wootwich Newman, Mr. W.. 8, St. George's-street, St. Georges East Newton, Mr. H., Broadway, Deptford tlney, Mr. '., 61. Cromer-street, Brunswick-square Palmer, Mr. It, 16, Camden-street, Islington-greea Poolc, Mr. W., Subscribers-only content

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    Satutrday, Watton--at half -pat 10. Mir. Seale's, Tuesdly, i Hwea BarS; Faday, Capton Lane End. Sinnirgton, Tuesday, Sinningtou; FrFday, East Newton sate-at half-past 10. Southiwold, this dav, Stanmnore Hill Bar; Tuesday, Ed. lington; Friday, Hasuton Hall; Saturday, Well House- North Subscribers-only content

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    I'ickard, Joseph Silsden Calvert, Isaac Sunk Island Piper, Lune Cockburn, George Barnby Potter, Joseph Wassand * Seaton Cooper. Charles East Newton Raine, Isaac Lune Dibb, Robert Askwith John Barton Dougill, George BUhoptide Ripley, John, Jun. Holme, on Eden, Thomas Healey-wltb-Sutton Subscribers-only content

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