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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    churchpe: )fwas struck by lightning. h *1 One of the most handsome viaducts in the North, over Ac thie River Esk, at thle ITldtby end of thio new Scarboroughe th, cu ad WNhitby Railway, is approaching completion. Tlie th to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who was rescued from the debris, died in the course of the evening. Robert B-rnie was blown across the River Esk two hundred yards into a wood. When found he was quite black, and suffered intense pain IHe was conveyed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    River: to Alexander Walker, for, with the assistance of R. Wallace and D. Wright, saving WV. M'Arthur in the River Esk, Brechin, October 29; to G. Field and H. Parsons, for saving W. Peskett ina culvert at Augmering, near Worthing. Subscribers-only content

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    Acres of Wood, Slnd Sevell 0 It Acres of good Grnss Land. ` ii Thlis Property also adjoins tile River Esk, across which there Is a Vmill Dao", Witia Jilthon flecks ait tile Northerly extrelnityl. I nI h 'iaPleasure GrountdsO Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oettd Pipeeti. together wi th til cx- Aeles Ol glOod Gra.43 L aIld , This P'roperty ulso udiotlos the River Esk, aCroSs wlhcilh there is i! till-lanm, withi Sahltont jlecis at the Non thely extretnitl'. . 'Ilic Ilitsure Grounds sf Subscribers-only content

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