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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T The following wills have just been proved:-Of Mr. y Archibald Stenart, late of No. 17, Ioensington Garden Tcrrace, and Bankend Lanarksihire; personalty upwarcl of £070,000.-Of Mr. Jonathain Samuda, late of Hartehill, Stolko-on-Trent; pernonalty swardeof £30,000.-Of Mr. Charcs Oooper Viendernsoi, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    otherierse Actions at Law wii! be coamnmenced againrst thein for erecovery ttereof. 4 By Order of the Execrtor. WiM. JACKSON. Bankend, near Barnahly. 16fh Dcc. SII. d i~rsiII ts Ctrmictissioners in a Cornticsiosn of 6i L 1'3"anklti, bearing Date the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dividend. and aU Claims not then prov ed, will be disallowed.-BY Order, W.M. JACKSON, Soli itor tunder the said Commission. Bankend. near Barnsley, 19th April, 115. N. B. The Dividend will not he paid on the above- mentioned Day, but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the sail Dividend, and all Claims not then proved, will be disallowed.-By Order, Will. JACiSo(N, Solicitor under the said Consurisseon. Bankend, near Barnsley, lith April, 1815. N. B. The Dividend will not be paid on the alove- mentioned Day, but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P articulars apply to Mr. Bayley, of Emilcy-Lodge;i near Emley- in the said County; *or' I to Mr. Jackson, Solicitor, Bankend, near Barnsley, who are authocsed to con"trct for the Sale of the said Eastate: R.Plan whereof is left ai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appoint, butJt give Notice to Mr. Dickinson, Solicitor, 1, Finch- Lane, .Cprshbill, London; or to Mr. Jackson, Solici. e tor, Bankend. near B rnsley. A Rol Under time Protection of Gsiernment, by Royal Letters Pattent. , e RANTED to ROBERT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    date hereof. - a- - IArrCE is hereby Givess, D. That the said Assignment is left with Mr. Jackson, Solicitor, Bankend, near Barnsley,. for the Inspection and Signature of such of the Creditors of the said John e Tarbitt, as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iiasys it £5, Highland heifersot from £210 £12, forrow cows at £1.0, and mulle cows at £14. Air. James Gew. Bankend, boe,relt ton Ayrshire sticks at £5. Mr. Willsm Brockr, Denny, sold calving cows at freom tCI to £10, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tombs of the Covenanters, in the last of his peregrinations at his hallowed work, wFas in the neigh- bourhood of Bankend, parish of Oarlaverock, about eight miles from Dumiries, when he was seized with illness, ana ws~a found on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anchors were slipped, the vessel v o driving before the gele up the Soiway. She ran ashore at s l Bankend. The crew were saved. 'l'he lifeboat 'went to tl - her assistance, but could not retarn, and had to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was very dangerous. and the anchors were slipped, the veeseqldriving before: tho gale up the Sohway.. She ran asbore at Bankend. The crew: were saved.. .T life boat went to her, but could not get back, and ha to go.to. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    foot, W. Dent, Itaberford, Kiiorby -tepheon. Th~eeoye.sr-old gelding or flily, S. Logriaga, Appleby. Two-yeur-old golding or lilly, W. S. Fulton, Bankend, )pileby. One-yer-eold colt or dilly, W. Wharton, Orton. Colt or filly foel, to be led into the ring in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lMt Morris ns White Duchess agst Mrt Wade ns. Prinicely Str Hlardman no Hare a Doubt eget, Mr Wsrbricc nci Bankend Mrt Sharp'.ss us Helen, Lida agst Mfr J. Sarkham us Favoured Fiacsio aWr Rawson ra Glasabouse anst Mt Wbitieside Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tombs ef the Covenranters, in the last of his peregrinations at ais ha lowed work, was in the neighboerhood of Bankend, parish of Carlaveroelt. about eight miles from Dumiries, when be was seized with illines3. and was found on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    codicil, dated August 17 following, of Mr. Archd. e- Steuart, late of No. 17, Kensington Gardens Terrace, London, and of Bankend, Lanarkshire, y who died on August 13 last, was proved on the r,16th by William Hugh Murray and John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Wiave. Kitchen Rester beot The Nigger. Makepace beat Nor-a Scott. Jest Manned beat Diamond Jabilee It. Fell Armoer beat Bankend. redant a bye. G OLF. IRISH LADIES' GOLF UNION LEAtGUE. SENOCR BRANCI. The sixth inter-club match of the season Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for 21 all ages I . Leads to Victory beat Raider. Psnicula beat Warm Favourite. Blind Man's Bull beat A.lnascher, Bankend beat John Barr. Jesses and Bells beat Buck Up. Reverberation beat Geat. Pterodactyl beat Little Blackia (1, drn). Fanner's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Weetwood. Mr H. Brisco's B at Clachan, by Falconer-Mrs. O'Shea. Sir T. Broeklebank's Border Story or Badalooa. Air. H. Brockiebauk's Bankend, by Pursuer-Hompaway, or Beaten to Blazes, by Pennegant-Rompaway. Ar. A. Browns's Blslekwing, by ienagh-Superieial. Hr. IR. B. Carruthers us Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    13 all ages, at £6 10s easo Artful Mar' beat Bnle Pureuivant. Hopwood beat Ba1lydoyle. Zero bent Helium. Borealis beot Bankend. Panickila beat Green Diamond. Alnaieke best Backup. Border Legend, & bye. The WESTRAW PURSE, for 32 all agm, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    belat Gold 1Iolaur. CroftulL Green beer Honcra. it Itt,1 Turk bent Romping Girl. Copper Olul beat Borealis. Au-itrude be:,t ' Bankend. ilat!hnore be:at Princee ta-knI. Ot;r -Nellie bert Whvy Woader. The LONGITOWN STAKEE. for 52 rh-aged greYbounds, at £14 l0s Subscribers-only content

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