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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was composed of fifteen car- riages and two brakes, left Deapear with that portion of the party living at Deepoar, Bolsterstone, and the neigh- bourhood, at Isix o'clock.' The train stopped at Sheffield to take up the friends living at Subscribers-only content

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    Dodsworth, charged with a singular fraud. The couDle went on Wednesday morning to the residence of Mr. Marco Wilson, WaIdershaigh, Bolsterstone, near Shef- field, and saw lMrs, Wilson. To her the old man said he was churchwarden at Wortley, and Subscribers-only content

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    hurled to the ground, one being killed and the other two severely injured. During a fire at the Wood Farm, Bolsterstone, near Sheffield, on Tuesday, a little boy, six years of age, the son of Mr. George Stel, the occupier, Subscribers-only content

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    acted in London. A peal of bells, which have cost about £600., are to be hung in the tom'er of Bolsterstone Parish Church, Deep- ar, near Sheffield, as a memorial to the late Rev. John Bell, a former vicar of Subscribers-only content

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    the 2nd of October, between the Rev. Rowland A. Wjlson, vicar-designate of Hints, Tamworth, third son of Canon Wilson, of Bolsterstone, Yorkshire, and Florence Grace, youngest daughter of the Rev. B. Gibbons, of Waresley House, Hartlebury, and 16, Hanover Terrace, Subscribers-only content

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    Miles frome Sheffield, -, from Barnsley, and 4 from Penistone. There or is also a Pev in the Chapel at Bolsterstone, which will d .be soltl with thris Lot. Mr. John Roebuck, the Tenant, will show the lien- Jr Holme Subscribers-only content

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    out, adjoining the'Upper Middop Road, and cx. A tending in a Sontthwardly Direction to the TIown. 1 ' sTiip of Bolsterstone .............'. .......... ...... 5S L lotZ Another PARCEL of LAND, situate to Si g the West of and adjoining Subscribers-only content

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    of cilesfield antI Peniston, andI tht several T- vishlips, Hamilets, Divisions, or Places, of Wajdsley, %Vorral, Gate, Ones-Acre, Brightholmley, Bradfield, Bolsterstone, Green, HunlseHlt, ILattgset, s Peniston, and Thinrlston, all in the.said West-Riding; and which said projected extended Line of the Subscribers-only content

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    that hESSUAGE or Dwelling-Honse, with the an in g, Outbuildilgs thereto belonglng, situate in the Townshlp of Ti rls o- Bolsterstone, in the Parish of Ecolesfield, In the said County .( of York, and called or known by the Name Subscribers-only content

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    Halifax Ramsdesn Sir John, Bart. 13yram Ramsden William, Lotherton Ramnsden Frank, Hexthorpe Ransden George. Doncaster Ramsden Charles, Bawtry Ramsden Wm. Bolsterstone Rangeley Hoy. Handsworth Raper John, Masham Raper William, jan. Clint Raper Matthew, Girsby Rateliffe Thomas, Gomnersall Rawdon Frederick, York Subscribers-only content

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    Neighbouring Villisgei. The ThIrd Station near Deep Carr will he the Depot for Coke, Coal, and Stone fronm Hunshelf, Thurgoland, Bolsterstone, ]Ilidho)pe and W-rtley, and will be withiss 300 Yards of the Turnpike Road to Manchester, through hioodhead, and about Subscribers-only content

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    Inn, Wentworth p i Street, Port Mahon, Sheffield; Mr. JoiN GRAvSON, Spink Hall, H near Bolsterstone; Mr. TuIOMIAS ELLISON, Sunny Bank, near 11 i Bolsterstone; or at the Oftices of Mr. DIZANSFIELD, Sol!citor, Penistone, ussr Barnsley, . WNhere a Planetf Subscribers-only content

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    Wentworth ni Street. Port Llahon, Sliefrileld; Mr. Joinx Gn~vesorz, Splink Hall,- near Relastes-stonec; 'Mr. THOiMAS ELLISONo, Sunny Bank, near T Bolsterstone ; or at the O..ices of - AIrs. DRtANSVdIPLD, Solicitor, Penistone, near Barnsley, j Where a Plan of the Subscribers-only content

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    the followinog or sorbh sitne i and subject to conditions to be theta end there produced, Lot I. Being the Bolsterstone side of the river Ewden. 79 OAK TREES 511 OAK POLES 126 ASH ditto 452 ASHl ditto 77 LARCH Subscribers-only content

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    IRONSTONE RAILWAY, NEAR MILTON IRON WORKS.-Ou Monday last, a fatal accident happened to a young man named Geo. Helliwell, of Bolsterstone, employed by Mr. Norton, of Hoyland. It appears that whilst conveying ironstone from Tankersley to Milton Iron Works by Subscribers-only content

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    or QUITRIENTS, amounting p.to 9s, a year, payable out and in respiect of Messuaesge and Heredita-t metits in Waldershelfe and Bolsterstone, called lBrckwell Hin-t, Rol- f i ii Edge, Watson Hlotie, ated Town Rod Housse ' Frsmn various parts of Subscribers-only content

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    Taylor, to the curacy of Scarbro',; Mr. Tollemilche, to the curacy of Dringhouses ; Mr. Wilson, to the curacy of Bolsterstone. FUNERAL OF A MEMBDER OF THE LEEDS R3FrE CoaRPS.-Yesterday, the late Mr. George WV. Palframilan (of the firm of Subscribers-only content

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    ill calf or ailk, George Mycock, Fairfield. Short-horned cow or heifer in calf or nilk, loatc Sasnderson, Pot Hoese, near Bolsterstone; 2, Jonathan Wood, Syk]. Cow for dairy pulposes, 2, William Marlsh, Ponois- tone. Short-horned heifer calf undertwvelve montis, J. Subscribers-only content

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    Horkstow, nearBarton-on-Bamber; and at theRoffice of IRIS and SMITH, Soilcitoro, Caistor. Caistor 2nd October, l8GS. l 17G52 Valuable Preehold Estate. Bolsterstone, near Sheffield. By Mr. LANCASTER, at the house of Mr. James Couldwell, the Royal Oak Inn, Deoper, near Sheffield, Subscribers-only content

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    wvhole of their workpeoplo a trip to Clsc- thorpos, on theo Lincoinshirel coast. Those of lb. party who came from Bolsterstone dietrict stated from Deeposr Station about halt-past si; 'clook this morning, while the Attercliffr.roa and 13taunington contingent joined the Subscribers-only content

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