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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Harewood Bridge; Wednesday, Thorp, near Selby; Friday, Thorp Arch* Saturday, Hook Moor; at hair-past ten. Burton Hunt (Lord H. Bentjsca'8)-Monday, Bardney; Tuesday, lIolton; Wednesday, Swallow Beck Station; Thursday. Branstol Wood; Friday, Thonock; Saturday, Rackthsru; ateleven. Carrbridgeshire-Monday, Meagree Wood; Friday, Long Subscribers-only content

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    cle-c, Burton Hunt (Lord H. Bentinck's)-Monday, Wickeaby Wood; Taesd,3; Burton; Wednesday, Linwood Warren; Thursday, Aubourn oe,,- Friday, Eagle Hall; Saturday, Bardney; at eleveu. Carobridgeshire-Monday, Caxton Gibbett; Friday, the Dovning Atr.s; at half-past ten. Drake's, Mr.-Taesday, Barton Common; Thuroday, Ham Green; Subscribers-only content

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    Harewood; Wednesday, Milford; Friday, the Wild Man, Saturday, Parlington; at half-past ten. Burton Hunt (Lord H. Bentinek's) - Monday, Bardney; Tuesday, Bardney; Wednesday, Midge Inn; Thursday, Martin Village; Friday, Stapleford Moor, Saturday, Normanby by Stow; at eleven. Cambhidgssbire-bionday, Shearhatch Wood; Subscribers-only content

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    Arthiogton; Wednesday, Hook Moor; Friday, Torkwilh ; Saturday, Watberby Grange; at eleves. Burton Hunt (Lord H. Beatinrk's)-Monday, North Carlton; Tuesday, Bardney; Wednesday, Branston Wood; 'thursday, Stapleford Moor; Friday, Caisby Village; Saturday. Asbby Toll-bar; at eleven. Cambridgeehire-Monday, Hardwicka Arms; Friday, Warealey; Subscribers-only content

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    Nutwith Common; Thursday, Seorton; at a quarter to eartiteeki; Lard f.-iMonday, Newbold Common; Tuesday, Branaston WYnd ; Wednesday, Horton; Tbursday, Bardney; Friday, Gate Burton; Saturday, lleepham; at eleven, .rkelt, Sir M.-Monday, Almendebury; Tuesday, Coormbo Hill; ntirsday, lilcy; Saturday, the Bell, Subscribers-only content

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    Pulham Cross Roads; Saturday, Dogbury Gate-at a quarter to eleven. Burton Hunt (Lord H. Bentinek5)0-MOuday, Saxilby; Tuesday, Srarford Bridge; Wednesday. Bardney; Tharsday, Wellingore; Friday, Kettle- tborpe Saturday. Magin Moor-at eleven. Craw-ley and Morsbam -Monday, Norfolk Arms; Wednesday, Reedings, Chailey; Friday, Subscribers-only content

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    Barton Hunt (lord H. Bentlnok's)-Monday, Water Dyke Houses; Tuens day, Fiakerton Long 'Wood ; Wedneeday, Panton ; Thursday, Wellingors; Friday, Bardney; Saturday, Normanby by Stow - at cleven. Cambridgeshire-Mofday, Paxton Wood; Friday, Whaddon-at half-past ten. Cheehire-Monday, Boleoworth Castle; Wednesday, Withington Subscribers-only content

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    the Beans- Wednesday, UTnion Ian, Measham; Friday. Coombe; Saturday, Ansiey Toll-bar-at eleven. Beetinoksa. Lord H.-Madnday, Noekton Hounse Tuesday, Bardney; Wednesday, Calnby; Thursday, Brant Broughblos; Friday, Thonock (at ten); Saturday, Lopswortb Bridge-at eleven. Biecrter-Monday, Boaretall Village; Thureday, Barton Common; Satur- day. Subscribers-only content

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    Friday, Maidenhead Thioket-at heir-past eleven. Fox HOUNDS. Bentincek's. Lord Henry-Monday, Bardney: Tuesday,Sadbrook; Wed- nesday, EHackthorne; Thursday, Coleby; Frlday, Swinethorpe; Satur. day, DItagin Moor-nt eleven. Drakc's, Mr.-Monday. Barley Mow; Thursday, Arncott Village, Satur- day. Lower Boddington-at a quarter to eleven. Eeeex-llonday, Subscribers-only content

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    to eleven. UBicester (JI1r. Drake'oe-tonday, Bourton Villagel Thursday. Ham Green; tSaturday. Lower Boddington-at a quarter to eleven. Blentinek'p, Lord Henry-Monday. Bardney; Tueeday,North Carlton; Wednesday, Clay Bridges; Thursday, Branston Wood Friday, Skelling: thorpe; Saturday. Wiokenby-at eleven. Essee-Monday Aze and Compase; Wednesday, Subscribers-only content

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    Atherstone-Monday, Bosworth: Wednesday, Seekinglon: Friday, Sow: Saturday, Out Wood sata-at eleven. Button-Mooday. Bardney Tuesday, Tborney: Wednesday. Snarford Bridge: Thnisday, Coleby: Friday, Swallow Beek: Saturday, Newbold Common-at eleven. Cambhidgahlr-Monday, Sandy Warren: Friday, Brampton Wood-at half-past ten. Drahe's, Mr-Monday, fHorton Common: Tueeday, Subscribers-only content

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    To Open Saturday, Angast 24. Should be glad to hear from Mr. C. BEL- MOUR. Address, SUTTON and DyEr~r, Post-office, Bardney, Lincolnshire, PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE, SALISBURY, WILTS. MTANTED, Good MUSICIANS, One to Play W Second Cornet in Brass Band, Subscribers-only content

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    reverse, immense flower; Sim- .plicity, 'white; enormous bloom; ' middle ' row-. Josepn Brookes, rich orange, shaded crimson; 'Wil- liam Bardney, rich velvety crimson, silver reverse;. Mons. .Chenon de Lcche, rosy bilff.,haded yellow;' Julia Scartimanga, rosy. bronze';' Mrs. 'White Pop- Subscribers-only content

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    youth named' James Richardson, of Heighing-' ton, near Lincoln, aged 16, and AbsilomrWray,' a young man late of Stixwold, near Bardney, aged 23, were attempting to crbss aldeep, piece of water called.Blankney Delf, in a very snall sculler, with an Subscribers-only content

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    Sussex cabinet-maker, Dec. 10. C. G. Cotterill, Peter's-lane, St. John-street, and Limerick, v bacon-merchant, Dec. 10. B-4ArKRUP7'CY SUPERSEDED. R. Dennis, Bardney, Lincolnshire, blacksmith. BA42NKRUPTS. 0. Morice and W. L. Lohr, Milk-street, Cheapside, ware. housemen, Dec. 21, 22, Jan. 21, at Subscribers-only content

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    ANTI.CORN-LAW LEAGUE. Three nmeetings in connection with the Conference Of the members of this body, were held in Manchester last week, when the subscriptions in aid of the league were read over, Amongst them were Birmingham, 5001.; Bristol, 1000l.; Subscribers-only content

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    Nov. 9, at Coking Moor-at a quarter to eleven. Loan HENRY BENTINCK's Hounds will meet on Thursday, Nov. 7, at Bardney; and Saturday, 9, at Snarford Bridge. The EARL of HAREWOOD'S Hounds will meet on Friday, Nov. 8, at Hook Subscribers-only content

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    mer- chant Goodall Fanny, Westoniwick, Market Drayton, spinster Goodall Jane, do. do. do. Goodall Mary, do. do. do. Gibbons Phillips, Bardney, Lincolnashire, gentleman Gilchrist James, Wiok, bank marager Gibbons John Lloyd, The Hollies, Cannock, surveyor Bindley Robert, I Tamwortb, auctioneer Subscribers-only content

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    having gone to L. Whiting, of Reephae, a stil prize of 11. also being obtained by John TouleYOf but Wragby-road, Bardney. A few pofticulars conce,09 chi, .1ir. hi/ring's slice VI' leck will doubtt/em~ be intereStin.an Whiting is a labourer in Subscribers-only content

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    gardens. The judges for P. flowers, fruit, ard vegetables were Mr. Robinosn (from ril Lapgley Mill gardons) aud iMr. Wim. Bardney (Osaston A, Manor gardens). For wild flowers, Mrs. Corbhtt, Ash- D, borne Hall. Dolls the Hon. Lady Walser. For Subscribers-only content

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