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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Heslington HESLINGTON c. 1850

    in places exceeds 100 ft. To the south is a great expanse of lower ground, with only the modest Holme Hill in the south-east relieving the flatness of the landscape. The open fields lay partly on the boulder clay and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    horses. Hall a mile. ORDER OF RUNNING. Scurry Handicap 2.30 Lottery Stakes I .3.15 Her Majesty's Plate .. O Holme Hill Stakes. 4.4 Consolation Scramble ..33 MANCHESTER BETTING.-YESTERDAY. The attention of members being chiefly confined to the events of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Williasm Detnaine; and all those Tvao Closis of Land or Ground, known by the * Nanies of the Holme Hill, and the Low Read Close, now in the joint Occupation of the saidi William Dc- ;naing an4 of James Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Closes orPare-Isof LAND, tc called or knownl by the severai Names of the Jean Intack, e! Crift, Far Croft, Holme Hill, Heward Slade, Hard Hill, Tinker ai lcrat-, Little Ing, Rye Close, and Rozigh Intack, situate and C being wicthin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    19. GIIAFTON-5STB EFT, LEEDS. 07 Mo1VDA525'JVEF,' MODERN ANT) GENTE11l, lIOUSELLOLD FUR~NITURE, B, 13IIISTEAD, iIIDA.AND OTilER EFFECTS. Mr. JOHN IlEPPE1LI begs to annsoslr~O'thllt he limeaecoeived lIislrctitonsl from a hwntlemoti, havissg Yorkshirli. to BELL by AUCiTIjON. oil Ihe PrensSC' ill, GRAFTON, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the churches and chapels in the town. On the same day a camp-meeting was held in a field near Holme Hill, where nearly 3,1)00 persons assemibled.-Mr. F. ATKINe, the sescretary, presided, and remarked that the great difficulty the friends of Subscribers-only content

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