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You searched for: Place: Bardney, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31, Resource: British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parish of Bardney sufficient. You ~ill, therefore, be so good as in future to perform two services. I shall also desire the Incumbent of Horsington to nominate another Curate ; as the care' of the parish of Bardney is sufficient Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Horsington ; but it is equally true that his Lord- ship subsequently licensed Mr VWray's Eon to the vacant cure. Bardney, alis, may be a living of small value, of 601. or 701. a-year; but Mr Wray heas emitted to Subscribers-only content

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    Wray's own son was afterwards licensed by the Bishop to the same Curacy. Because Mr Wray holds the Vicarage of Bardney only "throsrgh the Bishop's indulgence " and Because Mr Wray also hotds a rectory worth 4501. per annum. I Subscribers-only content

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    I was published, price 6d., No. Ill., V VOICE FROM the CRURCH.. By the Rev. J. WRAY, t Vicar of Bardney. The contents of No. III. are-Chap. IV., Pluralism; History of the Parochial Clergy; the Parochial Revenues, fraudulently appro- priated Subscribers-only content

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    Hugh Dunlop, Esq. second son of Gen. Dunlop, of Dunlop, to Ellen Clementina, only daughter ot Robert Cockburn, Esq. At Bardney. on Tuesday, the l6th ult., lMr. Henry Harrison, grocer, to Miss Harrison, both of Bard ney and as the Subscribers-only content

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    and Gregory, Leicenser,-F Newell, Hudderelleld, Yorknshira. boat send shoe matter aeid cloth cap maker. [Sole and Ca., Aldermasbisry, City.-G Allen, Bardney, Lincolnshire, grocer and draper. [Brawnx and Sass, Lincaln.-S South- Iward, Pitt street, Liverpool, Lancasohire, printer snd Sataioner. [T Toilalm, Subscribers-only content

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    Ruston squnare, sirgeon- July 2, J Evans, Bristol, cattle dealer-June 20, J Chatwin, Birmingham, gas fitting manufactarer-July 4, G Allen Bardney, Llnonlnshlre, grocer. Scotch Seqenestratioeos.-J Guthrie, Glasgow, wright-W Laing, Mlilna- thort, Kinrossshire, innkeeper-J Clark, Glasgow, hlom curer-J Fergnson, Glasgow, ship Subscribers-only content

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    fitting manufacturer-Nov. 7, S C Galatti, Liver- pool, insurance broker-Nov. 14, G. Seaton, Kmngston-upon Hull, currier -Nov. 14, G Allen; Bardney, Lincolfshire, grocer. certificates to be granted unless cause be shown to the contrary on the day of meeting.-Nov 8, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co., Al- dermanbury, Floyd and Learoyd, Hudderafilad, and Bond and earwics, Leeds ; off. andig., Hope, Leeds I. Girociro ALLENH, Bardney, Liclnotshilre. grocor, May 2 aeud 130, at 2, at 1inglton-on- Bull. Sole., Brown and Sont, Licoln; off. aseIg., Carrickc, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were struck and fired by lightning, the valuable stock and produce being burned. A corn mill was much damaged at Bardney. In the same locality a valuable horse was frightened on to the railway at Peaklrk, and was killed by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bryan Corcoran, Charlton House, Bow Road, London, millstone maker and wire weaver. George Datcholor. Lee Common, Bucks, builder. John mKennington, Bardney, farmer. Lincoln Rlees, Ystalyfera, Ginmorganshire, grocer. Thomas William Loutham, 28, Nelson Street, Chorlton-on- Nledlock, Manchester, commission agent. Philip Unsworth, Subscribers-only content

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    cordial rolations exist be- tweer lhimself, Dona 31argherita, his wife, and the ex- Queen Isabella. A fatal acecident occurred at Bardney, a village within a few miles of Lincoln, on Thursday. SIr. Philip Gibbons, owner of considerablo laudeni property in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cte matter. A pike, 3ft. 3Si. long, weighting a trifle over 221b.. waes outught Fisat weer in tshe Withlam, at Bardney, neir Lin- coln. Tht fish was caught at three p.m. and taken to Liocreo. At nine p.m. it ws Subscribers-only content

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    oi . Linhsops 9 5 ICarrington ... 6 -Prince Sarabad Z!.WS9!'Amiga .- 8f5 CGallopian - ,5 9 F by Barraldioc-Alice Bardney . 82J Gomez .. - .. 6 C by Royal IHampton- F by Brarc-Bonnie Bitter Sweet-. - S91 Lassie.. Subscribers-only content

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    Straker's f by All .ight-Lobelia, Sst llb, Rumbold 3 Sister Louise colt .(Finlao), Grey Steel (T. Loates), Brittlee (J. WVatts), Bardney (A. White), Liliput (Calder), Irish Timnes (Bradiord),.and Virago (Rickaby) also ran.-Bettina: S to 4 agsb Brittles, 5 to 1 Subscribers-only content

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    out of all engage- auects. A~ugust 7, at 9 a.m., Maiden Roee. Princess Imperial, Ellen Gurney, Gratuity, Plesee, Printemps, and Bardney, nut of aill engagemente; The Hudson, out of Renfreveobire Handicap and Silver Bells Handicap, Paisley ; Ganges, out of Subscribers-only content

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    situated between Loatb and Horncastle, in the centre of the hunting country, has been sold to Mr. John Sharpt of Bardney nor, Lincoln, or £7,650.. which is regarded as a very .low price The estate consists of Market Staintonr Hall, Subscribers-only content

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    BARDNEY,0 &c., DRAINAGE.-TO EXCA-1 BVATORS, BUILDERS andl GENERAL CON4TRAC- - TORS, and %o MIANUFACTUAtRS Of STEAM ENGINES. The Commlssionera acting under the Authority of an Act O01 passed in the 6th and 7th Years of the Reign of her Subscribers-only content

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    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

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    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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