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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of 17, Sootliwell Gardens ; over £41,000. Of Mr. Charles .Blith,,formerly of Godshill, Isle of Wight, and late of Percy Lodge, Ha~r~r~ow Roa~d, wes~t`forkli]n~g_; over £37000 Of Miss Caroline Goudge Bacho, late of Cheshun, HIerts ;6ver:£25,000. The textatrix bequeaths £500. Subscribers-only content

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    Corlield Esq., 20, Harley Street, Cavendish J Sqiluare I Charles Ginorodwin, Esq. Battersea J d, I lout. Colonel Charmpain, Percy Lodge, Torquay G rt Jares Cookie, Esq., StaifirilT C. D. las, Esq., Bternmeoursey IC- John Littr re, Esq., Stailttrd E Subscribers-only content

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    Albert.-L RIOT Acr (No. 579X-The Act was read optoMt: the Lowther Hotel, Goals, April 5th, 1890, by lur.JbtO Bladwortis, Percy Lodge, Airmyn.-H. T. GasflB?S5. QUESTIONS ASKED. DmnsoN.-'fhe oritrin and meanonc? of tbi? surname has been someWhat discussed of iaTe, COO Subscribers-only content

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    the late Sir DavId Pollock, Lord Chief of be Justice of Bombay. fol he On the 0lth last., at Percy Lodge, Kensngtino, aged 53, BEvJAMIN cS6 irs MoRLEY, Een..I' lat eof Short Hill, Nottingham, eldest eurviving eon sti ad of Subscribers-only content

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    bo required for harvest Co On Saturday the three men were takon bftro sMr. J Pr Bladworth, J.P., of Percy Lodge, nt the (Goolo Police. Ca court, snd were formglly chargedl by Superintendent Iea Dixou witla setliii flire to a Subscribers-only content

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    Msemrbers of tire Institution.i T. Clifford Alihutt, Rsq., MA),, Leeds. Joist Atkinson, Eon,, Tire 5M0015, Sheffield. .T. Bladwornti, J.P, Percy Lodge, Howden. flury Briggs, Esq., J.P., Osgedisy Hall, Solby, ticorge Daises, Eaq., Mltson Ironworks, Barnsley. Mark Dlaweon, Esrq., J.P., Bradtford. Subscribers-only content

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    his abates, ~ of £1 each. Payment as folows-4.Idon pplcatocs Os Id onalltmetog. one mouth G. Vans Agnsev, UEsq., Percy Lodge, Cectpden Hill, Renainatonl, Director of the oslar Gold Mining C wted. E . Hilton, Fse., Sandrinsihas Villa Blchieat R.t3. Subscribers-only content

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    to the a 9bounadary of the Airmyn estate, ending on the farm of Mr. a d Bladworth, J.P., of Percy Lodge. Iu another direction n . it reaches Rawaliffe Bridge and the line. of' the-Goole and e 11 Knottiugley branoh Subscribers-only content

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    ltawcliffe to the bi boundary of the Airmyn estate, ending on the farm of Mr. PI Bladworth, J.P., of Percy Lodge. In another direction ci it reaches Raweliffe Bridge and the line of the Goole and A ICuottingley branch of Subscribers-only content

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    ^-trap driven by the groom, and on leaving the Goole and . Rawelffe highway for the road leading to Percy Lodge, t- the horse suddenly shied at a stone-heap, and quickly a turning round, the carriage was overturned near the Subscribers-only content

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    121 boat Miss F. Clark end Mica 01 Irweic.q SIXTH- Sim-Mlirq. Fisher and Mice Read I11owdaill beat Micas Illadasoth Percy Lodge) and Misc M. Wells (Beethforrv Reuse). SEVE.NTH SET.-The Mlisses Shaw 121 beat 3102. FIsher and Mlisc BRed.W GENTLEMEIT, te Subscribers-only content

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    REq;, hoscombe-gerrcens, lUxbridge-coad, W. lCheseman of the Acaringcton Corporation Trainways). W1lliam. Peeceop, Req., Avondale-square, Leudon, S.E. IAlfred Leve, Esq., Percy Lodge. Goldhawlz-road, London, W. William, Penrose Grteen, Req" Newton Grove, Leeds. (Director ithinmas Green and Son Limited, Leeds.) One vacancy Subscribers-only content

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    ,AT GoonL.-A serious fire occurred late on Wednesday evening art the Airmyn pasture farm in the stackyardof Mr. Bladworth, Percy Lodge, by which nine bean and straw stacks were destroyed. The fire broke out shortly after 10 p.m., and rapidly Subscribers-only content

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    properly carried favourint the equalisention of tile funds sn those districts. The Percy Lodge aIsi ask'^ed that the Corresponding Secretary be requested to grant the Percy Lodge a dispensation to form aU indeeundent distract.- Mr. BronarAn escKsAY, who represented the Subscribers-only content

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    ATED, a good GENERAL SERVANT, for the neighbour. 'N'V hood of hlMauester. Good eftetences. Wages ;218. Apply -Mrs. Spiner, Percy Lodge, West End Park, Harrogate. ANTED. GENERAL, about 20, able to do plain coetine. W Good home and scagee to Subscribers-only content

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    in Sacred Music. Salary, £16 per annum. Applications, with testi- 2 menials, to be made to WILLIAM M'MURRAY, Esq., Percy Lodge, Dromore. 2297 £1,soo0 WANTED, AT 6 PER CENT., (J on the security of a Rectorial In- come irom Land, Subscribers-only content

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    above are a large Drying Loft and a Store for the Finishing of Handkerchiefs. Apply to WM. I.MMURRAY, Esq., Percy Lodge, Dromore. 5874 A COMFORTABLE DRAWING-ROOM AND A BED-ROOM to be L E T, in the vicinity of the Linen Subscribers-only content

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    above are a large Drying Loft and a Stcrs for the Finishing of Handkerchiefs. Apply to WM. M'IURRAY, Esq., Percy Lodge, Dromore. 5874 S EAPORT LODGE, BEAUTIFULLY SITU- ATED, close to the sea, one mile from the Post Town of Subscribers-only content

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    above are a large Drying Loft and a Store for the Finishina of Handkerchiefs. Apply to WM. M'MURRAY, Esq., Percy Lodge, Dromore. 5874 . rh 0 BRE LET, ON LEASE IN PERPETUITY, T in Lots to suit parties intending to Subscribers-only content

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    above are a large Drying Loft and a Store for the finishing- of Handkerchiefs. Apply to WILLIAM MIMURRAY, Esq., Percy Lodge, Dromore. 5874 r0 LET, AS THE PROPRIETORS ARE RE- 2 T MOVING to more convenient Premises from the 1st Subscribers-only content

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