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    Parishes (West Ward), St Laurence, Crosby Ravensworth

    quarter of a mile south of Harberwain; (6) one on Dale Moor; (7) another half a mile N.N.W. of Meaburn Hall; (8) one on Bank Moor, one and a half mile south-east of the church; (9) two east of Gilts; British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    York; Mr. R. P. Davies, of Horton, Oloucestershire; Mr. George Garpe, of Churchill Heath, Oxfordshire; Mr. John Relph, of Meaburn Hall, Shap. Westmoreland; Mr. T. Atkinson, of Unswortb, Machbes- ter4 Mr. W. H. Wodehouse, of Woolmers Park, Hertford; Mr. Benjamin Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    House. Black-faced sheep-Mr. W. Cleashy, KTrkby Stephen; Mr. J. Herd, Bowes. Horses-Ir. T. Harrison, Kirkby Lousfale; Mr. . Rlaieh, Meaburn Hall. Butter and-oat- cake-Mr. R. Parker, bto Eud, Milisthorpe. Inspectors- Mr. J. Gott, M 'Oergh; M.'.J C tliatck, Howgll; Mr. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Miss Mary Heath, of Brierlcy-ploce Rochdale, and sister of the above Frances Shepherd. ' On the 21st ultimo, at Meaburn Hall, V» estmorland the Rev Anthony Salkeld, MA., chaplain, R.N. On tbe 20th ultimo, at Low House, Bradford, Yorkshire aged Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of Mr. F. Forshaw, Burnley-in- aCfcdale, Leeds ; "Young Merry Tom" (bay), the * Sv of Mr- J^n Relph, Meaburn Hall, Shap ; Vlvd -sdale Boy" (black j, the property of Messrs. -tkiuboii au-1 Sons, Underbarrow. Ei:tk>. Stook. -Highly commended, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Mr. Thomas Atkinson, j of Hullock How, near Bam pton, to Elizabeth, only j daughter of Mr. Marshall, of Meaburn Hall. i At Gretna Green, Mr. Anthony Barns, of Faw- I celt Fore.t, to Miss Maigaret Martindale, daughter i of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    old, engaged to serve cows belonging to mem- bers witbin the district of the society : 1, John Relph, Meaburn Hall, Shap. BuU above one and under two years old. engaged to serve cows belonging to members withm the district Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    farm ; Anthony Dobson, Williamsgill, silver cup for his green crops (above 20 acres). For aged bulls, John Relph, Meaburn Hall, was first ; above two and under three years, John Nicholson, Templesowerby ; above one and under two, William Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Br.mgh-by-Sands, Carlisle; Mr. Thomas Wilkinson, Garstang. Agricultural horses and pigs : Mr. C. W. Brierlev, Garstang; Mr. John Relph, Meaburn Hall. Butter and oatcake : Mrs. Rutthdge, Storth Eud ; Mrs. James Rooks, High Barns. In- spectors of farms, crops, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    judges fcr cattle and white-faced sheep were Mr T. Willis, junr., Maaor House, Bedale, and Mr J. Relph, I Meaburn Hall ; for black-faced sheep and half bred ; sheep, Mr W. Cleasby, Kirkby Stephen, and Mr M. I Hewardson, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Mr. W. Cleasby, Kirkby Stephen: Mr. J. Herd, Bowes. Horses, Mr. T. Harrison, Kirkby Lonsdale ; Mr. J. Rclph, Meaburn Hall. Butter and oatcake, Mr. li. Parker, Moss Knd, Milnthorpe. Inspectors, Mr. J. Gott, Mansergh ; Mr. J. Capstick, DowgiU; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    : 1 , Thorney Prince, Mr. W. Steele, Cammerton Stud Farm, Workington ; 2, Holly Bush, Mr. John Ralph, Meaburn Hall, Shap ; 3, King of Quality, Mr. R. Reich, Lord's Plain; 4, Dreadnought, Mr. T. Harrison, Biggin's Hall, Hirkby Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    W. Thompson, Penrith. Agricultural horses and pigs : Mr. John Fisher, Layton Hall, Blackpool ; and Mr. Jno. Relph, Meaburn Hall, Shap. Butter and oatcake : Mrs. Dobson, Sellet Hall ; and Mrs. Parker, Moss End. Inspectors of farms, crops, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    believe, are better supplied with first-class horses. Little need be said in reference to the cattle. ''Sober Robin," the Meaburn Hall champion, which is fairly laden with shr.w yard renown, carried of} the aged bull prize, tl.e society^ silver challenge Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    t"1- -turned M rubers. c . .. The salo of hors"s belonging to the h' c *""' Lossdale, ar Meaburn Hall, was attended p) greater number of nobility, gentry, and ''..',.- -than any we ever heard of, and the favourite Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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