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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EEDS. BOROUGH sES.. T L SIONS.- 0 s hereby D given, that the next E lERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace, ~~~ for the Borough of Leeds,, In the Men] -County of York, will. be holden, be- N fore Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Notice, that in consequence of urgent Applications frh1A d, Parties wishing to Tender for the Works connected with the be Bardney, &c. Drainage, the Commissioners have agreed to ry, POSTPONE the LETTING thereof, from Tuesday, the 1515 ng Instant, i Subscribers-only content

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    hereby give Notice, that in consequence of urgeist Applications fromt Parties wishing to Tencoer for the Works connected with the Bardney, dec. Drainage, the Commissioners have agreed to L ,POSTPONE the LETTING thereof, from 'Tuesday, the 11th B1 InstantIlee previously Subscribers-only content

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    the respective lons. gsly Juno 27, 1054. HENRY ION ERLE. Anetioneer, &-e.,.Beverley. I inBy ICKT, t tle loios f Ite.JoiatlallPickard, Bardney. ohl s~l- seli aoijot t enlIcoiitiino anwil t em eproduced, in tIle fol- 38 lwiglt rds Lt1 NEH DRDadSTY Subscribers-only content

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    'O SUP-Er PHOSPHATE MAKERS and £ ANURE COMPOUIIDERS.-On SALE, at Liverool, DElAN GUANO0, rich in phosph ates, &c. For analysis aind pricer ,apply to T. it. Arnots~, Importer. Li cvaono. ELCGHDALE C-ANAL-We, the undersigned, i~tbeig fv~ f he rop;.eorsIf Subscribers-only content

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    GALwAy's.. Friday ...... Steetley Bar .... 10.45 RjCuyvonD ........ Saturday .... Edwinstowe .... 11. 0 BuneruT Huu r.... Saturday .... Bardney ........* 12 0 EL. TYueo OROUGH'S Friday ...... Audleby Villa .. 12. 0 MR. OmO RUSSELL'S MISSION AT ROME.-The Subscribers-only content

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    coach-hou~se, stables; in an eneolosore of- 16. 1in. 2P-.,i rW. edfveminuiesfrou the station. For partiulars apply to Johan - 1harpe, Bardney Ma~nsr. Lincoln. ___ _ it fRIESTLEY GREEN, Halifax.-To he LET, the ,tL FAMILY ItESIDEN0Id, known as "Priestley Gieen," witbia Subscribers-only content

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    " Barve " in Lindsey (Barton- upon-Humber, or more probably Barrow), avid is sup- posed to have conimenced that of Bardney in Lindsey. His new prelateship only lasted 2.1 years. as he died in 672. Bede informs us that when Subscribers-only content

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    Tones, of Itetforrd, jr tIe s9licitqr. he At a meeting of the creditors of Mr. Joh4 Crowson, of farmer, of Bardney, held at the Offioial'Receiiepr's office, 4y at Lincoln, for'-the purPOse- of receivizg the Official ry Receivecr' report upon the Subscribers-only content

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    Unsurpassed Qual.1ity, can also be Zarl gratis and post free on application to JOHN SHARPE & SON, SEED FARS] ERS, BARDNEY, LINCOLNSHIRE, ENGLAND. 449-9 ' A LL intending Purchasers of GARDEN SEEDS fla hould procure our new priced Catalogue.-WV. Druinmnnd Subscribers-only content

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    of Unsurpassed Quality, can also be had gratis and post fiee on application to JOHN SHA;RPE & SON, SEED FARM'ERS, BARDNEY, LINCOLNSHIRE, ENGLAND. 4499 lEG'o3NIAS (Bux's celebrated strain) singles. 10 , separate colours, 3s doz.: mixed, 2s 6d. toubles, 3s Subscribers-only content

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    railway stations. THOS. BEATTIE & CO., BELFAST. 3424 TO WHOLESALE BUYERS OF SEEDS. JOHN SHARPE & SON, SEED FARM k:RS, BARDNEY, LINCOLNSHIRE, . lTILL BE PLEASED TO QUOTE SPECIAL 'WI PRICES for their Home-grown Hi(ghlv- selected Stocks of Mangels, Swede Subscribers-only content

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    Council a course of four lectures on fruit growing and gardening has recently been delivered in th Schoolroom by Mr. Bardney, F.R.H.S. Great interest was manifested throughout the course, and the attendance gradually improved, averaging ilt) each nlight, This fact, Subscribers-only content

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    the sojety, for splendid collections of plants, which were very tastefully staged down the centre of the marquee by Messrs. Bardney and Richardson. It is owing to the repeated kindness of these gentlemen in send- ing plants that the society Subscribers-only content

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    were Birkeuhead Doake (far alter. stioe of works, management of docks, &o., at an estimated rc expease of 080,0001.) ; Bardney, &c., Drainage; Workoop (he and Bawtry-road. C1 a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ft GREAT Subscribers-only content

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    high read from Lincoln to loath, 1 miles from Lincoln, is 18 fom Louth, 11 from tiorucastle, and 9 from Bardney, at each of which places there is a alway tation. There ias ompact v comfortable house, with garden, coach Subscribers-only content

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    or near the junction of tho , old River Witbam with the River Wtithams, in Ithe 2 said parishes of Bardney and Branstoe, or one of them, near a liorofey Deeps Lock, and terminating at or near Rarlings Abbey it Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. W. J. Jay, M.A Mr. Walker is the son of the Rev. Mr. Walker, M. A. . vicar of Bardney, Lincolnshire. The late Hon. and Rev. Edward Pellew.- The decease of the former Incumbent of St. James, in this Subscribers-only content

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    oa the Man- chester, Sheffield, and Linoolnsbire Railway, three miles from. the market town of Wragby 'on the line from Bardney to Louth, not yet onened for passenger traffic}, ten from the dty of Tjitwniit, aad fourteen fro- i Homcastle, Subscribers-only content

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    Man- chaster, Sheffield, and Lin rolns hire Railway, three miles from the market town of Wragby (on the line from Bardney to Louth, not yet onened for passenger traffic), ten from the city of Lincoln, and fourteen from Horncastle, in Subscribers-only content

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