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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE, EPSOM SPRING MEETING. WEIGHTS FOR TEE OITY AND 2UBURBAN HANDICAP. ageo st lb age st lb Adventurer .. 6 9 4 Komptown 4 6 7 Carnival .. .. 4 9 3 Columbia , 4 6 7 laToucquea Subscribers-only content

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    arrival, knowing Taylor to be a deadly shot, the officors resorted to watching the house. At seven o'clock Super. intendent Birkhill came upon the scene, and, advancing to the door, endeavourod to prise it open with a crowbar, whereupon Taylor Subscribers-only content

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    was the sixtv-one and a half miles' run from Kendal to Carliale, which included a hill - climbirg competition up Birkhill. The run from. Nottingham was as suc- ceesful as its predecessors, and brought the trial to an effective finisha Subscribers-only content

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    the inquest. From thle evidence it appeared that tiso two deceased youths were working at- Messrs. J. and Wl. Harrison's, Birkhill Colliery, Gonmersal, It5 on Wednuasday lest. Two men, named Hoplineon ttnd Milres, wvere preparing a place for the fixing Subscribers-only content

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    WAnRD.-Afarh 16th, at 5, DBQrey.teerlieo, Mars An. 6sgghter of the late Benja. Ward, Esq., of Leeds. WEnDD susaaR-March 15th, at Birkhill, PlarY .Serymgeour, oldest daughter of Frederick Lewis Scrymgeolir Wedderarn, qsi., of Weddeeburn and BirkiliL Wmn seon.-March 12th, aged 35, Subscribers-only content

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    beer at twenty minutes to ten o'clock on Sunday forenoon, the 7th inst. The case wes clearly proved by' Inspector Birkhill, Sergeant Hodgeon, and Police.conetshls Shes, who were concealed and watching the house in conseu6ence of complaints. Hurst had £1 Subscribers-only content

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    making his escrtpe. Throughout the night eind luring the whole of Saturday and yesterday, Superintendent irkall (of Wake- field) Inspector Birkhill (of Norkmanton), Detective- Insetorxstaeelield (of Lesds),and a numberof constables were scouring the district iii search of the robber, but Subscribers-only content

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    week. Sir Allen Young left to-dav. Yesterday the Prince of Wales inspected some new buildings which are being erected at Birkhill. Snow now lies two inches deep at Balmoral and Abergeldie. 'UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE, :'. OXFORD. MAoDAI:ZX CommLEGn.-The following gentlemen have Subscribers-only content

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    to murder ius 03 the road. They were each bound over for three montth and paid 12g. 3d. each costs.-John Birkhill, of Marton, and Ann Hudson were ordered to send their childrV regularly to school in future. WAKEFIELD. FOOTTA DINESs Subscribers-only content

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    Giant's 13rave, a remarkable mound. Crossing to the east side of Moffat Water, the road ascends for a mnile to Birkhill, Tassing on the way the great ravine of Dob's t. Lieu, ant tle Braued-Law, the scene of one of Subscribers-only content

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    father once made hini an d allowance, but this was stopped, as they were net friendly is s5- now Supt. Birkhill, WVest Riding Constabulsry, Otley, ti ir, described die prisoner as an most notorious swindler, a !k- following no occupation Subscribers-only content

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    86 brace, l n nFoss Moor Captain Lovett bagged 70 brace. On E insdrogan, Major Balfour and Mfr. Wedderburn, of Birkhill (two guns), bagged l080 brace of nrouse and 12 ,bares. Owing to the grealt supply, prices fell considerably on Subscribers-only content

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    asked Mr. Superintendent Birkhilh to 'withiraw tls chtrites of assault ard of keeping the roomi for coek- tightilsu. Mr. Supeciiisecdiesit Birkhill said lie would will- ingly do so, otly he felt that the officers, goiug aisongast such a nuniber of Subscribers-only content

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    Constable of the Riding) and the following Superintendents - Whineup, I'ontefract; Dixon, Goole; Midgley, Sheffield; Shenley, Tadoaster; Colonel Ormesby. Xnareebrough; Birkhill, Otley; Stans- field, Leeds; Haorns, Ingleton; Ireland, Keighley; Symonds, Bradford; Stott, Saddleworth; Goodall, Huddereiheld ; Ayrton, Dewvabury; and Inspeotore Subscribers-only content

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    mouls on hig yellow hair; Oh, think ye us' my heart was wae Whea I turned about awa' to gae." Birkhill is a kind of half-way house between Moffat and Selkirk, and stands on the summit of the last long Subscribers-only content

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    policemen were on 'duty.- These were under the comnmand of Superintendent Syinonds (of Bradford), Superintendent Grayson (of Keighley), and Superintendent Birkhill (of Otley). The timee fixed for II leaving Miner Field was eleven o'clock, and soon after- i wards the Subscribers-only content

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    d and guarded, attempts-being made to enter from the front E a and back, and on the arrival of Superintendent Birkhill, t a he attempted to prize the door open with a crowbar. Then E Taylor thrust the muzzle of Subscribers-only content

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    oonscience have o tarned to remorse and sorrow. At daylight he catches a glimpse of the superintendent of police, Mr. Birkhill, end he fries obliquely, with fatal effect. It is a honriblc story. Drinking end poaching are responsible for wainy Subscribers-only content

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    wore on and day dawned, news camneI of the~ child's death, and it wes then~ decided to send for -Mfr. Birkhill. Police-Suiperintendent for the Otley DivisionI of te Wst idig'l~nstbulry.Soon after Mr.',Birk-: I hll' 'arialthelare row whchhad assembled round thctag Subscribers-only content

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    wore on and day dawned, news came of the child's death, and it was then decided to send for, Mr. Birkhill, Police-Superintendent for the OtleyDivision of the West Riding Constabulary. Soon after Mr. Birk- hill's arrival, the large crowd which Subscribers-only content

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