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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    places, dud there has nob heed such a' eigh witnessed since the early part of 186C; The thermometer at Field Head, . Belper, regisbered 28-7 degrees of frost on Thursday night, and there was very little alteration to record yesterdayin Subscribers-only content

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    to Con- difinns theni and there to be proretced, A Ll, that MESSUAGE, FARM and TENE- NI ENT, called Field Head, fituate near Newahoirne, in the Parish of Keighley aforeiaid, confifting of a Meffuafie or Dwelling-Houle, with a good Barn Subscribers-only content

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    this Lot, and also to the Leeds and Liver- ,- pool Cunal. 3S LOT 4. A FARMT, called Smilth Field Head, in the l; Occupation of Benjamin Barber and his Unlderten. ants, consisting of Two Messuages, One Cottage, wI'Wo 'Y Subscribers-only content

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    amsd otltvr Ouctbutidiings ; *ISOL co~vers] CL)SLIS ci' LANI) ccolmiet tlterewitti. ee tcaimmtg SA. li 211 '. vfittate at Field Head, in tiee OlCCII-1atioit Of lieUTr lieovers. Also. A MIESSUAGNE ~r i)wvelling-Hiottve, mitilt :. Baits, Sta iticm, Ctmtehioutte, and 0mm Subscribers-only content

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    late Rtlil Road. Field Head is wvithin at very short lDistatce of the Barruslef ianal and Basin. My The Property may be viewved ait anly Tille PretloOS to thle Sale. byapplyiog to Janmes inglianltiat Field Head. Blarnsoley, 14th D)ecember, 1824. Subscribers-only content

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    Mr.p George Taylor, of Bury, to Mary Ann Elizabeth, the eldest of -daughter of the late Mr. John Greenwood, Field Head, near - Bingley. P ,fSame day, at Bradford, Mr. Francis Jowett, wooloorter, e to Maria, second daughter of Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    wvith the har, Mistal, will e- Garden, Outbulldings, and other Appurtenances to the SnS In same belonging, situate at Field Head, In Hlepworth, In the Ap &5Parish of Kirkburcon aforesaid. And also all those several LY Closes. Pieces, or Parcels Subscribers-only content

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    pipes connected with these works are already laid In the principal streets of the town, and the Filter, at Field Head, is nearly completed.h WEST-RIDIN'G PROPRIETARY SCHOOL.-At a A, general meeting last Midsummer of the Directors of this Institu. - Subscribers-only content

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    of Sale. FIELD HECAD, In SIIRFIELD-By Mr. LANCASTER, on the Premises of the late John KitSou, Esq., deceased, at Field Head, in Mirdield, on Hedrceday. TI.ursday, aced priday, thc Sixth,, Seventh, ancd Eighth Diys of March, 1839,- A LL the Subscribers-only content

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    aged i , Elizabeth, wife of Mr. W. Young, farmer, VI Firingon, near iaitian. B O Monday week, at Field Head, near Biretal, aged 33, Mr. nt Charles Flrt* T Same day. sged JO months, Story Ann, Infant daughter Of Subscribers-only content

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    Stalls, will be happy to receive Work, Doeatiocs, or Conlin. Iz - Mesps to purchase :-ai lirs. R. Ackroyd, Field Head, ifirs. Mostinan, 1.Ins. Ilingley, Ifrs. Raid, The Mtisses Jlroadbtnt, Mrs. Robnisonn, Reaton siii, llire. Cryce, Mtrs. Schuster, IfTr. IlosplAs, Subscribers-only content

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    of Morley. on Sunday, at Thorp-Arch, in her 86th year, Margaret, widow of the late Henry War. Oates, of Field Head, near Bradford. - Same day, greatly esteemed and regretted. Elizabeth, wife of Mr. James Papillon, of this town. Same Subscribers-only content

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    JAME$-SMITH, Wortley. EDWARD `WILKINSON, Romidbay. EDWARD S WAINE. Crow Trees. BENJAMIN SENIOR, Batley. JOHN MANN. Boldshay Hall, SAMUE-L SMITH, Field Head. JOHN STEIAD, Bradford.I ISAAC MILNES, Bradford. JOSHUA TAYLOR, Gomersal. SAMUEL STEAD, Gunmersal. RICHARD LOFTHOUSE, Bradford. JONATHAN DICKINSON, Seacrefi Lodge. Subscribers-only content

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    EDWARD SWATNF,. Crow Trees. Si BENX MA %IN- SE NIO0R, Batley. JOHN MANN. P oldsbay Hall. Tb SAMUEL, SMITH, Field Head, the' JOHN STEAD. Bradford. G4 ISA AC MILKER. Bradford. Gool JOSHUA TAYLOR, Gomnersal. POnt SAMUEL, STEAD. Gomersal. n RICHA.4RD Subscribers-only content

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    advance W :r of wages. The whole of the weaving hands in the mill of f0 Mr. Tremel, of Field Head, turned out in the beginning of the week. The town was placarded by him advertising for a 500 workmen Subscribers-only content

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    is prevalentae in Bradford, that although the Vicar has given notice Of his intentioll to leave his house at Field Head, yet that lie will soot, as lass been suppssed,' resign the vicarage. We ed hope not, as in many Subscribers-only content

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    Itall WVrngby Farmer Thos. llIallilay Wakefield Gentlemnse Jotin Elardcastle do. do. Win. ltargr()eLVes do. Bookseller tar i Iarrier Harrison Field Head Spinster cer 'ihos5. lHsarloon do. Maltster Ella. Ilarriconl Old Park Spinsttor Win. Ifartley Ouzswell Green Miller oer Mlary Harding Subscribers-only content

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    LGilpin George, Gilliog G irdler Edward, Thiorp Salvin Glasiter R0ev. William, Kirby Ii Fleellsam rkGlaves Thomas, Swinton Glover JareMials, Field Head, ngts1 Stanley lbi GOdericfu, theoRt. fin. Viscount '~G F. T., fAlowbrah, House inGodson Wu'm., Kirk'Sandull SiGoftosu Peser, Folktoil Goldthorpe Subscribers-only content

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    Netherthorpe Glaves Thomits, Swinton Gledhall Henry, lililax Glossop George, WoodhalJ Glossop Goo., Harthill Grange Glover Charles, Wlitl Glover Jeremiah, Field Head, Stausley Gofton Peter, Follfton Gotutorpe James, W6ll t doldthorpe Hobt., Liversedge Goldtlserpe Wim., Fairburn Gooch William, Staintou. Goodlad John, Subscribers-only content

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    Harrison. of Crowle. SANDIJr. Indi Cnorr, Esq., of Leeds, to MARY, eldest daughter of TsoarAs Imdi RIAsaisoN, Esq., of Field Head, Stanley. ndi Oal Wednesd:Ly week, at All Saints, Poplar, Tondon. bv the Excc Rev. R. C. Vaughan, Mr. JAS. Subscribers-only content

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