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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Miss Ann Burghafu, daughter of the late W. Burgham, of Upton Bishop, Herefordshire 73tatfj 0. MORLEY-Dec. 19, at Middleton Tyas, in the 86th year of her age, Maria, relict of the late Rev. T. W. Morley, Deputy Commissary of Subscribers-only content

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    the Eight Eon. Sidney Herbert, of a daughter-On the 25th, Lady Adelaide Cadogan, of a son-on tha 25th at Middleton Tyas, tle wife of the Hon. A. C. Orde Powlget, of a daughter-on the 21st, the wife of Lieut.-Col. Burmneoter, Subscribers-only content

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    Burrowes, aged as-on the 8th inst., Mrs Jackson, of s Duke street, MLanchester square, 86-On the 5th inst., at Middleton Tyas, Pitkstan Blacknwood, Esq., s8-On this 5th liset., at Sussex gardens, Mrs Bonhote, S3-On the 7th inst., at Carlton toad, Subscribers-only content

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    have announced a dividend as payable on the 2nd of June.-A prospectus has been issued of the Merrybent and Middleton Tyas Mining and Smelting Company, with a first Capital of 75,0001. in shares of 10!., to work certain copper and Subscribers-only content

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    veins nonle ed i of the personal estat iEignIeldadScotland be ci amontngtoover L68,C00.-Of 'Mr. LoadLawris mail Hartley, late of Middleton Tyas, Yorkshire, and of No. - omes 138, Marina, 'it. Leonalrd's, Sussex ; personialty over Ils Lthe :041,000.-Df Admiral Sir Subscribers-only content

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    in gons and other fire arms, and In cartridges to be used therewith Dated April 10, 18G0. :Adam Bamrlett, Middleton Tyas, Yorkshire, improvements in reaping and mowing machines. Dated April 13, 18G0. -Mare P. A. sennmons, Paris, improvements in the Subscribers-only content

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    pipes, and other aessels, and for cleansing and cleaning the sasse. Dated July 17, 1860. Adam C. Banlielt, of Middleton Tyas, Yorkshire,. improve. men ts in reaping and mowing machines. Dated July 11, 18S0. George li. Birkbcck, London, improvements in Subscribers-only content

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    in the diocese of Ripon, The Rev. Dr. Blackwood, vicar of Middleton Tyas, had a visit in June last from the Rev. Dr. 9teane, an eminent Baptist minister, with whom he was going on a religious deputation to Scotland, Dr. Subscribers-only content

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    lot Mrs: Tenion, Thsirsk. 'Ig3 George Hexrett, Esq. Caoharino-Hall, Cambridge 18 Mr. It. Nichols, Wskefield ISS George Hartlcy, Esq. Middleton Tyas, Rlichmond t1-izC ilessrs. Branths'aite, Rendal I P7 'The Ilight lIon. Earl Coseper 13. Sarnluel'Hailstone,-Esq. F.L.S.:Croft-Housc 189 r Mr. Ogden, Subscribers-only content

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    Bart. and father of Mr. Jottathan Peel, of burg Manrcietevr. Ants On tile --ts ittt. at his house in 'Middleton Tyas, Fran, cis Hartley, lsq. agedl 4f: lie had riseitn tperfect health and was in the tet of dressing himself,.wlten Subscribers-only content

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    John Crowther, clerk to F. Batterfield, Esq. of Bingley, to Aliss Martha Sulter, of Bradford. On Thursday week, at Middleton Tyas, MIr. Win. Horne, of Moulton, to Mlary, eldest daughter of the late Robert Pybus, Esq. of Aliddletone Tyas. Sameday, Subscribers-only content

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    much crowded. The following Gentlemen were sworn of the Speclal Jury:- WmI. Wells, of Sattan, Esq.; John Carter, of Middleton Tyas, Esqp; Charles Richard Hutton, of Sutton, Esq.; Robart Cummings, of Scol- coates, Esq.; Henry Wickham Hird, of Bowling, Esq.; Subscribers-only content

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    Jiuhc, Northallerton UCirter, Edwcard J. Theakstan Havelock,J.ohn,jmun. Sedhbury Miller, Francis, Osmnotherly I Stherciod, Betoer t CV. Naffertoc Carter, Joseph. Middleton Tyas liavoloelk, John, Whmtby' Mitcbelson, John, Thornton-le- Sorjoentssn, RG. J. Kirbykorp Chaytor, Wind. Hucgg Cottlsyei Hccnbury Johfl. Mirfield -B eanny Subscribers-only content

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    of the above place. 0 Same day, at St. Jobns church, In this town, the Rev. y Henry Atkinson, Middleton Tyas, to Miss Mary Dresser, of 16 this town. i Same day, at Queen-street chapel, In this town, by the Subscribers-only content

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    t Caalplou Wm. Kltrkleaving- Pigott Wm. Laughton ton l ilkington Henry, Wiskers- 5 Carter Wm. Huttone Rugby ley lCarterJphl Middleton Tyas Pollard Joshua, Bradford w Cator Rev. Chas. Stokestiy Proctor John, Meanwood 15 Chaloner Rev. Johi,' Bram. Proud Win. Danby Subscribers-only content

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    at the CatholIc chapel, Richmond, by the Rex'. rR. Johnson, Mr. John Husband, of Sedbury, to hiss Spence, of Middleton Tyas. Samedsy5 atFelixtkirk, Mr, Harker, of Ktrbypksowl, to Miss iJordison, of Upisal, near Thirsk. oil Monday, at Whitbs, Mr. Thistle, Subscribers-only content

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    last, a sermon was preached in the parish church of Richmond, by tite Rev. John Snow. rden, M'S.A., of Middleton Tyas ; also in the chapel of the Holy Trinity, by the Rev. J. B. Birswhistle, ALA., the incumbent, and Subscribers-only content

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    (4 druggist, Hu'l, to Miss Brigham, daugshter of the late ir. 4Themes Betighaim, druggist, Beverley. I Same day, at Middleton Tyas, Mr. Robert Harrison, of Knee. L 5totn Hall, farmer, to Airs. Jeltereon, of Middleton Lodge. Saune day, at the Subscribers-only content

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    Marden, Bradburq, Hiarworth, Bliighington, nd -Rodwortb, i3olcm, a&nn Gainford, in the County of Dllailm Est and of ilartois, Molsonby, Middleton Tyas, and North Cowton lie inl ^orkshire; and also from thoe oman Catholic inhabitant t il of t larnard Castle, Subscribers-only content

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    Martono the Moor, otherwise liarten-lu-Moor. Croft, 0, Dalton'-upon-Tes Cowton East, otherwise Long Cowton, ay Cowton Scaith Not Cowlon, Gilling, Middleton Tyas, Lby Mloulton, Kneeo, aterick, Bolton-on-Swale, Scorton, Li. Utc hmoby d'rEasby. Brompton-on-Swale, Hipswell, andhmond an Martin's, (which last-mentioned Pl~ice is Subscribers-only content

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