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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to hard labour. WILLIAM LAMB ,40) pleaded guilty to a burglary in the o n house of Thos. Speck, at Bowthorpe, in the East Riding.-To be R e transpottedfor sevee years. al J JOIHN POWELL was sentenced to be transported Subscribers-only content

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    es Great Ford otherwise Greatford -with -NWilstliorp, Careyi el Ausiby or Aunnby, Hlolywehl sitllerwisellolywell-cumnAsiiny ol ,~or Aunaby, Braceborough otherwise Bralsburgh, Bowthorpe ic i~Shillingiliorpe, Carlby, W~itlhasn-on-tbefl ill parish, W~ithain-' at 011onthe-Hfill towship, Toft-with-Lounad. Loand otherwise tc of Lund, Tofl, Manthorpe, Little Subscribers-only content

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    otherwise Barholmne-with-Stowe, Stowe, Parl Greatford otherwise Greatford -withi-Wilstborpe, Carelby, hill, Aunby orAttnsby, Hlolywell othlerwisellolywell-CUrn-Aunnby liar or Atnsby, Braceborough otherwise Brasburgh, Bowthorpe. -itsg Shisiliiguivirpe, Cat-tos, Witlian-on-tite-Itill parish, Witham- Fort on-the-Hil~l township, Toit-with-Lound, Lound otherwise part Lurid. Toft, Manthorpe, Little Bytliam, Castle Subscribers-only content

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    Stowe, Pitsk Greatford otherwise Greatford-with -Wiisthorpe, Careby, lull, Aunby or Aunsby, Holoywell otherwise Bolyweli-cunm-Aunny Has-t or Aunnby, Brecebos-ough otherwise Brasburgh, Bowthorpe, Ting-t( Shilliiigtiuorpe, Uns-Iby, Witham-on-ithe-Hill parish, Witham- Perry On-the-Hill township, Toft-wita-Lound, Lound otherwise Patris' Lund. Toft, Manthorpe, Little Byrliam, Castle Subscribers-only content

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    CRESS. LEEDS C. C. a'. BIBs-zAL.-i'lPavad at the roo-wo of the te~sa club, Atltiecumo B~uildings, last, Saturday evuenine.! lgrotaill did well on the top boa~rds, the club being- wail represented. Score end Players,-IX~ C. C, Wen. BtaerArs. 0. C. Subscribers-only content

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    _~_ ~ 9MREDSOF LADIES .rrtO av been unasble to attend to their duties P t penod~ical sickneeses have found Warner'sSa" . ixid on need. Being purely vegetable compound, C, re. sluthselements of safetyas well as poer it has p,oa.Duoring Subscribers-only content

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    bring the letters for the former place back again to Howrden, whence they we're forwarded by train. Wood Hall end Bowthorpe and part of Breighton are all affected by the floods, and higher up the river, near Bubwitbt, and upto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    acres of Lend. For paer. tl rs apply to WV. S. 6~all, Solicitor, Otley. }G 2221 k ij10 be LET, BOWTHORPE: ALL FARM, in the Hay o parish of Herainsborough, six muies from Selby, in the ocnve M- tion of Subscribers-only content

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    Bowrthorp, came next. Both animals exhibited good points of merit, and it Wll be reenmbered that at the Malton show Bowthorpe was awarded first prize in its cwess. Nobody will qkiarel with yesterday's decision, for the judges could not fail Subscribers-only content

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    -- COUNTY COUNCIhS. LINCOLNSHIR'E. A report is issued as to tho proposed grouping of the perishes in the lestoven Division of Lincolashire for the purposes of tha elections of the Cosnity Councillors. The County Council of :osteven has 48 Subscribers-only content

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    by his self-consciousness. H-Is rivals with the widow, Mr John Rattleton (Mr W. M. Newton), Bag, the Beadle (Mr G. Bowthorpe), and Joe, Mrs Green's iboy (Mr A. E. Catelipole), were all fairly sustained; while Miss Kelly Williams did excellent Subscribers-only content

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    Good for .Yothiag, with Miss Kate Carlyon as Nan, Mr Stabberfield as Tom Dibbles, Mr Catchpole as Harry Collier, Mr Bowthorpe as Charley, and Mr Chandler as Young Mrimpson. The Stage-Manager for the occasion was Mr James F. Long, who Subscribers-only content

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    and the manner in which the pieces were per- formed reflects the greatest possible credit upo1) the stage-manager, Mr George Bowthorpe, for his share of the work, and also upon the members individually and collectively who assisted in the performance. Subscribers-only content

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    Henry Palafox Gerona Sparks, Esq., of Monte Video, South America, to Sarah, daughter of the late Richard Waterwortb, Esq., of Bowthorpe, and formerly of Wressell Castle, Yorkshire. On Tuesday, the 14th inst., at Risley, in this county, by the Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    Em- bassy at Peris. HOWLETT.-May 7, at Volham-plae, Malda-hill West. Debora% I widow of the late J. Howlett, Feq., of Bowthorpe 1a1l Norfolk, aged 78. IRION. W a8, at Spackanlan'-bulldings, Hackney, 7. 0. Irion,B rHILlips.-.May 8, F. Philips, REsq., of Subscribers-only content

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    other places follominga, or so150 of themn, that is to say, Kelsmick, Crin In- ford, ictivooi, Ctilney, htellescdon othenrwise hlelleuiden, Bowthorpe, Co-.O toeccy, ilienvie Coikey. Diraytonj areeham, Ilore-ford, Folthorpeo,iurter- fl inglauid. Ibevnleelame. llrg)u Dramipton, Marsbihm, and Aylshain in ths O Subscribers-only content

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    PROVINCIAL SHARE MARKETS. LIrvuP0oo4 Fa. 2,-Sales to-d: Londo andNorthWestern, account, 11O0 i; new account, 111-Manchester, Shaffield, and Lincolanhiie, account, 592-South Eastern, account, 9at 6; new account, 95j-Spanish Passivea, account, 84-British and Ane- zican E schange B emking Company (Limited), Subscribers-only content

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    of Ketteringham. On Friday sennight, about five o'clock in the afternoon, Samuel Clarke, aged 39, servant to Mr- Wilkin?, of Bowthorpe, was found lying dead fin the road about half a mile from -St. Benedict's- gates, with bis head miserably Subscribers-only content

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    Im- a^"* plements in Hiislinndry, Household Furniture, Dairy and Brewing. Fitensils, the property of Messrs. KIDMAN and MAP.S I'i'.RS, at Bowthorpe, near Norwich ; consist- ing of -21 score capital Norfolk ewes, 28 excellent cart horses aiid mares, capital riding Subscribers-only content

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    Browne, elk. Efcing Hall Charles Tomer,- ditto Samuel Nash, Barford F P Baker, R.hcsby W P Watts, Crostwick John Mowlett, Bowthorpe F Richer-, Ashwelthorpe John Wright, Kilverstone John Riches, ditto T Wright, clerk, Thetford John Houchen, Wereham P 1. N Subscribers-only content

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