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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Diocese of Carlisle, has been presented liy his Grace the so d *Archbishop of York, to the prebendal stall of .Bugthorpe, A il in Yorlr Ceatiedral, vacant by ithe death oh the R1ev. T. exte, e B. WVoodman, M.A. . Subscribers-only content

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    Pendiebtiry. it On the 13th tnst., at the church of St. Michael-le-Belfrey, York, by the Rev. T. Richardson, vicar of Bugthorpe, Wsr. WOOD, Esq., B.A., to Jesus College, Cambridge, yoUngest son of John Wood, Esq., of York, to SAEELIZA, only Subscribers-only content

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    Pendlehuuy. ;S On the 13hI inst., at the church of St. Uiichael-le-Belfrey, York, by the Rev. T'. Richardson. vicar of Bugthorpe, WM. WOOD, EsO., B.A Jesus College, Cambridge, youngest son of John Weood, Esq. of YorB to ISAnErL EcIZA. only Subscribers-only content

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    forter place. tr. On tse 13th inst., at Holy Trinity, Micllegate, York, by the Rev. re T. lticharslson, vicar of Bugthorpe, ItICeARD LEONARD, eldest son of the late Ril tounci WOOD, t.ic., to MizknY JANE, second daughter th Sof U:go. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the foroner place. On the 13th itost., at Holy Tritity, licklegate. York, by the Rev- T. Richardsotn, vicar of Bugthorpe, IICtrAuoo LEONAtD, eldebt sotl of the late RilCoHAR WO0D, ESBo., to MfAnY JANE, second d tughter of GEo. L Subscribers-only content

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    of York, on Wednesday, collated the Rev. Thoa. Frederick Simmolls, M.A., rector of DBritonHolmo, to the canonry Or prebend, of Bugthorpe, founded in York Cathedral. vacant ,by the death of1 the Rev. a O. 'Dixon, Of Helmneley. His Grace. also Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. R. M. Stewart, to the relmacy of Attercliffe, near Sheffiold; the Rev. J. S. TlhomnlinEon, to the curacy of Bugthorpe, and the Rev. G, N, Storrs, to tbo curacy of Hewsorth. The Police Committee of the West Riding have Subscribers-only content

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    B. Pollardt, draper. Rycrrori'.-Dec. 'ith, aged et, Samahl, ! intirralt. Eiroo'rerrt.-.t'c. 27th, at Whithr, S:-eh, l JTa' bhooter, vicar oi Bugthorpe, al or-tl. .. . EO'WtAY.-log. 2Hth, at York, 7rt d, 31;1.tF Y' ' oSwray, of Mttillington. EvyAVxr,Tia.'-Dftt. 21st. after Subscribers-only content

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    a4 Oteri .rRWd ey, thPfFPOcl8[gC toa '~ngiia 'ozr the. :6;h .o#ff J aruo'.-'lie nppol~lgpt, lfobert' Wriltoon Hotha;, 'a iarmer, nt' Bugthorpe, was represeuted by Mr. Smith; and the respondent, La0Ials a j ,Yi iwpbqad bpe# ot. QLjipqjlont'e th,,y, IMr. a Subscribers-only content

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    Staveley, Southburn. Fat heifer, Mr. Fisher, Lecon- field. Pen of Leicesters, P. Dunn; second, W. WVright, ;(ranimoor. Cross-brei, A. SpocL-, Bugthorpe. ligs, H-. Moore, Blorn Butts. .I7ianyOORSIDn PG, Woednssslay.-& fair show of pigs. Small pigs from 1.5s., large store fOs. Subscribers-only content

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    OBITUARY. 'We regret to have to announce the death of the Rev. Canon SislmQzs-, Actgqr of Dalton Holme. The deceased gentleman was a Proctor of York Convocation for the bEast Riding, and In 1869 was appointed Prebend of *Bugthorpe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has appointed the Rev. Horace Newton, M.A., Vicar of Great and Little Driffield, to the honorary Oanoury and Piebend of Bugthorpe, in York Mlinster, vacant by the death of Canon Simmons, Rector of Dalton Holme, East Yorkshire. Cauon Newton is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. Isaac Taylor? Settrington, was installed Prebendary of Fenton, and the Rev. Horace Newton, Driflield, was inducted Pros bendary of Bugthorpe. WA}S;FtELi TICA.BESEII'S BENEVOLENT IN- srurTrzow.-The third annual meeting in connection witi t this Institution was held in the Wakefieli Subscribers-only content

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    the Rev. Canon Newton preached. Yesterday the ltev. Canon Newton read himself in at the Minster, York, as Prebendary of Bugthorpe, and was appointed to the stall in the place of the late Canon Simmons. ThE DllAt, OF YiORs AT Subscribers-only content

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    word of different coinage, being of Danish extraction. It may, perhaps lave its dastinction in Bo3g, D., a bush-tree, in Bugthorpe and Buckden. IBaADAsrlousE,; the house on the brow, hean, or enoll C?); the house with the broad court ('). Subscribers-only content

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    the son of the Rev. Thos. Carr, M.A., University Col'rge, Oxford, who was the Incumbent of Bolton Abbey, Vicar of Bugthorpe, near York, and Head Master of Skipton Grammar School, who was buried at Bolton Abbey, November 22nd, 1792,; who Subscribers-only content

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    the son of the Rev. Thomas Cairr, M.A., University College, Oxford, who was the incumbent of Boltor. Abbey, Vicar of Bugthorpe, near York, and Eiand Master of the Skiptan Grammar School, who was buried at Bolton Abbey, November 22nd, 1792; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yapham. 1655. llufforth. Sproatley (1647). 1656. ltunsingore, Thorpe Bassett. 1657. Barwick. Dalby, Paull. 1658. South Stainley, Thorinanbv. 1660. Skirpenbhec. 1661. Bugthorpe, Guiseborough, Lissett, Re1keby (1642). 1662. Benthant. East .Ardsley, Garton (Eloldernees), Illiston, Ottseburn. 1663. Garforth, Hubberhoblo, 3Middlesmoor. 1665. Folkton, Hipswell, Subscribers-only content

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    right, aind turned through iyonug covert made b3 the' late Mr. Darley, for' Barthorp bottoms, thence by the corner of Bugthorpe to .Garraby Low Wood, and then to Garraby Old Wood, _ where probably a fresh fox 'Was disturbed; for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Conmifflionlers, and teparated. CAM1BRItDGE, Auguit 13.-The Rev. Thos. Bartholonmev tVosdtuwn, A. M. is intialled into the Pre. bend ot Bugthorpe, in York cathedral, vacant b5 thi death oe the Rev. Stepheti Mioore--Ltely diMd, aged 81)h the Rev. James Graves, Subscribers-only content

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