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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late E. Swinburcie, Esq., and grand-daughter of Sir Jonu E. Swinbui tic, Bart., to Willia n E. Maude, Esq., of Blawith, La-:cashire-Uin the 2dth, Lady Ka- therine E. Hamilton, founrth daugiter ofthie Mlarquis ofAbercorn, to Viscount Vat- letent, eldest son Subscribers-only content

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    Grasmrere, aged 6il, tics Rev. Sir llRIcUARDs FLEMIING. Burct., recter of the poriahes of W~ioderinereaosd 5 (Grasmere.a Same dlay, at Blawith Cottage, near 'Orasnge, Mrs. MArernn, relict of I Toos. huroin N MAUDE, Eng., of that place, formerly of Stricklaudgate Subscribers-only content

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    9, St. James's-square, ManthesteZ. lowtbian Thomas H.. J.P.. Merchant (o liaWLhiaxnson, and Co.), 15. Aytoun-5treet, Manchester. Deakin Geor-ge W., Gentleman, Blawith, Orange-orer.Sands. Boddington. Wiim S.. Solicitor. 1. Prinnaes-stroet, Manchester. Howortli Henry EL, M.P., Bentrfe.e Ecoles. Sidebottem William., Ms.P., Haresrood, Breodhettom. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Land, for a term, or by the yteer, the HOUS E, Gardens, Pleaseiro Orosuods. Stablmg. with Gardner s Cnttage, at Blawith, new r the Grange Railway Statioe, en the -ro verotos and Lancaster Railway, North Lnas heoure has lately (in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of tele portion ox the propeetyrcanurg be interfered with. Nearly tbe whole of the finely-timbered eastern and western elopes of Blawith having frontages to the Dulic roads leading fromo Grang to Lind ale afford sites of unrivalled Weaut for the Subscribers-only content

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    completely sheltered from the north, nort-wet, and north-east, winds, Nearly the whole of the flnelly:timbersd eastern and wesltern elopes Oi Blawith having frontages to the pubtlo roads leading from Grange to Lindale afford sites of unrivalled beauty for the creation Subscribers-only content

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    and is completel sheltered from the north, nort-west, and north-east winds. Nearlytiba Whole of the finely-timbered eastern and Westernslopes of Blawith having frontages to the publis roads leading from Grange to Lindals, afford sites of unrivalled beauty for the erection Subscribers-only content

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    *ale% bip Auctiont. Boar-lane Day and To-Morrow. ImTkn rprovernent. Important Bale of Building Materilsb. The White Horse Hotel, Boar-lane, and the Premises lately occupied bMsssr. Hwagreave and Nussey and Keossr. UMars and Jones, esr.HEPPER and SONS have received tnstruotlons Subscribers-only content

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    *ales bp aucffon. MAESSRS. HMPPER AND SON~S, AUCTIONEERS and VALUERS EAST.PARtA.IE AUOrION ROOMS, L6ED . TheaXRt-Ppaade Auction ROOMS are Within five mintutes' WAk from t railway etatione,'near the Town Hall, end other prinsipal buildings, and in the contre of Subscribers-only content

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    Park.siuurm, Leeds. l RAN@t-OVER-SANDS, on Farnees PjRailway.-To be LET, for the winter season, by the month, the FlURdISJD IDSIDENCE, celled Blawith. standing fn exteneive private grounds, with every seeomnenodation for a remily; stabling; with liberty to shoot over fOO rCanoe Subscribers-only content

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    n osi eurd pl oonr Hlinrt, Butcher, Morley. - - lvi N RA;NGE-OVER-SANDS.-To be LET, Funiss G the RESIDENCE, c.cilad Blawith," olantiso nn extort grounds, with tabling, twelve bed, l)ath,ntI dessuttre0r0., t- enteltaining rooms, large kitchens, and ellics. Aply to Subscribers-only content

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    in the rettie. Apply to Mc. Jno. Anomob, Gardener, Beeb-grove. F 3570 G RANGSE-OVER-SANDS.-To be LET, Furnished, the RESiDENCE, called "Blawith," standing in extensive grounds, wiith stabling, twelve hod, bath,eand drossinog rooms, throee enteiteitnie rooms, targo kitoenss, and offices. Apply Subscribers-only content

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    ternnt. Rent £40. Inquire Leeds and YorkhireLaud Company, 19, East-pwrade, Leeds. F 19774 RANGE-OVER-SAND)S.-TO he LET, Funeished, the R'ESIENCE, caled "Blawith," standing in extensive gsemds, wvill atabling, twerlve bed, bath, and drossing rooms, three enS ertoliec ream,, Isres kitcolene, and Subscribers-only content

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    eaniot be surpassei. lor tenms apply to Mr. Mhdduri, 20, Water-strcet, Liverpool. ( RANGE-OVEIR-SANDS.-To be LET, Farnished, the RESIDENCE, celled "Blawith," standing in ostensive grounds, ssith stabling, twelve bed, bath. and dressing rooms, tlnee eritertaining rooms, large kitchens, and oetices. Subscribers-only content

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    hehby oclit, sntinig inigdrawing Bentall. l~aie lo. Aply tMr.Rob NsonN. 0. F 0470 R'JANGE-OVER-SANDS.-To be LET, Furnished, Gthe RESIDENCE, railed 'Blawith," standing in extensive grounds, with stabling, twelve bed, bath, and dressing rooms, three entertaining gooses, large ditchens, and ofilces. Subscribers-only content

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    Raliwv-y. Apply to 1,lr, Davrid latentn, at Belle Viso, l-lorefertli. F 11073 (} RANGE-OVER-SANI)S.-To be LET, Furnishedl, tics RESIDEIOCR, called "Blawith," standing in exctnenive gceands, with lbl tting twlve ho bd, brstb, anld dressing rooms, throe eirtvrtaioioll reemo, Icr-ge kitchens, Subscribers-only content

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    to B. C. and W. H~awouth, 40, Princess-street, M anchester. F 12770: G RANGE-OVER,-SANDS.-To be LET, Furnished, thel RESIDEGNCE, coiled "Blawith," standing in extensive grounds, with stabling, twelve bed, bath, and dremsing rooms, three entertailning roams, large kithehns, rnnd ofdoes. Subscribers-only content

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    TO ADVERTISERS. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisements under the following heads only, viz- SIT1UATIONS WANTRD, pAILTma ITs To BB: LET, SITUATIONS VAcANT, PARTNER11SrIPS WANTED, APAr~mENTS WANTED, MONEY WANITD, MSOCELnAIN"OUS WANTS, IOUSES AD OTBEII PI1MISES TO BlE LT on SoJD, SPECuIo ARTICLES Subscribers-only content

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    lotel. Apply to Dessrs. Hart, Scarborough. D 5011 4^ RANGE-OVER-SANDS, on Furness Railway.-To vr be rET, Firnished, the HOUSE clled Blawith, standing in extensive grods 12 bed, bath, and dressingrooms: three parlours, itchens, ofilces, and stabling. To view apply to Subscribers-only content

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    poe session. Apply on tbe preniso, cor22, Bond-street. nRANGE. OVER. SANDS, on Furnes llsilway.-To Jbe I-lI, Furnished, the HOUJSE called Blawith, standing in excensove grolunde; 12 bed, both, and dressing rooms; three parlance, kitcebn,, offices, and setbling. To view npply Subscribers-only content

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