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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wild Meadow, a Itestruse, a Pastime, a Aclerv.US.-Eviria gelding, Truthful, Ned, Richmond, lark. Reuse. Wild Meadow, Purseproud, -Nordenfetdt-, Lea-her Apron, Bransdale, Lordl Baconl, Pastime, Carcmagnole, Havilet, Mosqumito, Rent Salt mare, raunthy, Jura, Kitten, Foxborough, Red Wing. signpost, Merry Boy. and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lark- some and Bloodshot refusing and Mosquito running out only Wilton was left to oppose Bransdale, and as he lost ground at every fence Bransdale was never headed, and won by three lengths. The DEBWBST HUTERS' HURDLE RACE PLATE Of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oil shore. who pick them uni when Iloating in the water. On Saturday, at Mirldsy \loorside, John ScarthE, farfmer, of Bransdale, was charged with committing an indiecent assaillt on one of his servant girls, on July 27. Defert- diant, his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Mr. Sowerby s Patch, aged, 12st. 31b, .,..,..,.r, I.,. I . ... .... 1&f Wilmot Smith 1 3 S, Darrell's Bransdale, 6 yp 12st lb. Mr. Eardcastle -0 Mir. Cameron's Mystery, a, l2st 6lb. .Mer. Hornby, jun.' dniq. Betting: 5 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jennawray's Cherrystone, 5y, f.ist 7ib.... Owner 3 Bransdale (F. Lawton), Empress (H. Wood), Isabella ~Mr. F. Hfassall), Lucifer (G. Hari), and Unripe (C. Savge)als ra.-etrng:5 t 2agst Unripe, 3 to 1 and Bransdale last. ____ OFFICIAL~ STARTI'NG PRICE. Raer-- Honses Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    History of the rise and progress of Middlesbrough, 1863

    Iron-slag hills and other indicators of iron works, prove that iron was in those days, and long anterior, produced in Bransdale and Rosedale as well as nuns and monks. But let us not even appear to speak disrespectfully of monks Subscribers-only content

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