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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by letter, 118, Dohy Posi O fffic e .1 1 6 4 3OYS WANTED, as APPRENTICEO, to a good Trade.-Applyto Boulby and Co., 7, Mary Ann Street. 697 7ANTED, on Oftice LAD, who can write a 6ood plain hand.- W Subscribers-only content

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    w 2 in W~TK. a ManKufacot'rY-, Wag to commencoe at 4s. 2GlidNTZE week Optatbleoy WtF auteC6 an APPRB.YTICB3.- apply to Boulby and Co. 7, Mary Ann Street, St. Paul's. 52D ATANTED a rospeotble GIRL as Nurse, about sixteen years ot Subscribers-only content

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    have beon returneld to us. "Captain Anderson and Mr. De Normann have died frmn thc effects of ill-treatment. "Esabpzon and Boulby unaccounted for. "Tlhe Empelor's Summcr Palace taken and sacked, affording iuninenro spoil. ." ,nperor lied into Tartary. " Forces Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to have belonged to the Scotland, had been washed ashore. Tbe Richard Jackson, from the Mediterraneanm, Is reported ashore at Boulby; and the Erin of Dublin, is a wreck in Belfast Loulgh. The Urgent, of Newry, from Toronto to Portaferry, Subscribers-only content

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    lighted experimentally with electricity on Friday night. Birs. Isabella Miller hns just died at the age of 104 years at Boulby, a roniantie villago on the Yorkshire ceilet. A child namied Cliallke fell f rein a window of the Boar's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to proctire assisttate, alid, on theit retilen, they discovered that tie persoll they sosptctet wiis Williatms Wf Vatson, barrow-mackr, lit Boulby Alum Works, who - was about to carry off a tub of treacle.-They iitn'di- ately gave him in charge Subscribers-only content

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    Leitih. Comspiss, Barker-from Ipswicel. Clharlotte, Burtort-from Col. chester. 2.3 Trent, M'Farlanse-fronm Leith. Hopewtell, Bfows- from Santttleet. Irndustry, Cblttlser--frsom Boston. . Boulby, Lsrverick-fronrs WVihitby. C4. tPrince Frederick, Wilkitnsont-frum London. Mry; Gordosn; rChssrlotte, Tulley-from Wisbeech.-2. Ellen, ilichliff-front Lynin. Printed and psblished at Subscribers-only content

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    Cornubla, Ward-from Dunkirk. HIumber, Buist; Janet Smith, Black.-frola Dundee. Ardent, Levay- from Peterhead. Assistarree, Horrack-fron Harwick. Gazelle, Bell-from London. 24. Boulby, Laveraek-from Whitby. 25. Mabon, Orriek-from Leith. Jatret, Tirdal-from Montrose. Printed and published at 149, Briggate, Leeds, by EDWARD BAINES Subscribers-only content

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    Johin Watson, Gray; T Trent, 51'Farlane-from Leith. Mercury, Allison-from Glasgowv- Eliza, Whiteley; Jane, T'ayl.r-fruou Londol. Hlimber, Buist- fron Dundee. Li. Boulby, Laverick; Elemlorn ammd Ann, Dyreman e -from Whitby. Albaltros, Briggs-from Yarmouth. Flora, J Hoopevell--from Bridlimignot. Nautilus, Morttn-froin Teign- iMtotith, Subscribers-only content

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    Briggs-from aIr- 1- loutir. Yorklhiremiau, Agarrs-f,;om London. Kingston, WI- itttlirs-from Newcastle. Rose, Thompson-from Berwicke-i Fairy, Poskitt-from Dunkirk. Mabon, 0orick-froma Leith.- Boulby, Laverick-from %Vhitby. PrInted and published at 149, Briggate, Leeds, by EDWARD BAINFSr (residing at No. 4, Xing-street, Leers,) and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bell ; Enterprise, Jalcscccl rwVclvO from London, Union, Johnson-from Colcicester. Eleailora ADll, Tyrebmane-froin Wh Ithy. 24. Mary, Alloen-frocn Locudon. - Boulby, Laveraek-fronia Wleltby. Leflaccee 1-lomes-fron Ne- Fiat. ccestle. Naney. Whitaker-from Londoce. 2G.Alhatross, hlrig5 froee YVariceouth. Fame, Wright-from Cadiz. Plcccter, TcrOler Subscribers-only content

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    J a Bible was Pre- . sented to the parties. On Monday, at St. John's church, Wakefield, Mr. John ng Boulby, to Mliss Ann Walker, both of Wakefield. let Same day, Mr. Win. Dearden, shoemaker, to Miss Hannah DO Haley, Subscribers-only content

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    assistaant overseer for F~locktost, PI appointment, and the guardians were requested toappoitit no some other person. tI PFIlSECUTION.--A man named Boulby, who ao worlied for a plumber and glazies, in Westgate, bas beena li dismissed from his situation because his Subscribers-only content

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    Thorpe Webr ahT.Sairo' Sells J oln, Arinm Weils P'eter, Sultto Weutwortit God(ry Wooe Wesi ThomasIlo W'esterman Gsee.oiS., Sansdall westgarthi Geoo, Boulby Works ,',estmorelatid J. NV., Stanley Whbialley Steplien,Waddington whaerram, Itichard AL. North Burton b'lirrami Sobt., Fridaythorpe Whsartos Hlenry, Balldon Whsarton Subscribers-only content

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    exposed to the air, as ia the clif, ehey will saontaneously Iguite and sometimes burn and smoulder for years At Boulby and Loftouse se see once mere old deserted alum works, and at the above places the quarries and works Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DxsAPrEARDAnyE or A YouESnnts Sc. OCa-Gor.-A school-gsrl named Bliza Kirby, aged fourteen years, daughter of Captain Thomas Kirby, residiag at Boulby, near Whitby, has disappeared under circumstuanceswhich are involved in complete mystery. The girl had been spending her holidays at Subscribers-only content

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    been obtained to the movements in the early part of the week of the young daughter of Captain Kirby, of Boulby, near Whitby. who, as ahleady stated, disappeared in a mysterious manner from Saltburn railway station whilst "en route," according Subscribers-only content

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    and a verv pleasant evening I was spent. The singin of MIessrs. F. tiarvey, Kenuall, Jubb, Horseman, Eolt, Hoagseon, Uiroocock, Boulby, Wilkinson, Chambers, cudderby, and Bradley, and the violin solos by Mr. imvrna Brook, contributed largely to the evening's enjoyment. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a young man named Thomas Brownr, residing at Liverton Mines, near Loftus-in-Cleveland, had a narrow escape on the cliffs near Boulby, which at this point (tine highest in Yorkshire) tower some 9Offt. above the sea- Hettl He was, abont noon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    six months. 6d. a MASQUEtA DING AT CROFrON. -Five YOUthS, prison about IS years of age, named Thus. Nottingham, Jonathan. Boulby, Jas, Hampshire, Henry Firtb, and Win. Nicholson, 1lifax were charged at the Wakefield Court-house, yesterday, James with assaulting Anin Subscribers-only content

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