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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. John, ditto Micklethivalte Thomas F., Flaxton Middlebrook James, Reedness Middlehiaaa Benj, Tadcaster Middleton Peter, 6tockeld Mills R. W. F., Buttercrambe Milner John C., Thurittone Milner Sir Wm. M., Appleton Milner William, Holgate .ilnes James, Worsbrough Milthorpe John, jun., Poole Subscribers-only content

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    Esq., of Fairfisld, was a. elected president ; R. Wlylie, Esq., of Blrandsby, and R. W. ie F. Mille, Esq.,.of Buttercrambe, vice-presidents ; J. Clough, Is- Esq., banker end treasurer ; and Air. W. White, chemist, a. sneretary. The following Subscribers-only content

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    been in the employ or Mr. Jl. Pickersgill-CuOnlffe, as coach man.. M.r. Prokersgill-Canli ie has of late oconpied Aidby 3'ark, Buttercrambe, but liadt just given up the house, and4i Rotan; and his fanrll RFem left behind for a. short tine Subscribers-only content

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    now in the hands cf Mr. J. H. Phillips, the hon. see., i.e., Sutton weir £70, Stamford Bridge do., £166, Buttercrambe and Howstain £40 each, and Kirckham £48. The erection of these ladders would give salmou access to the Derwent, Subscribers-only content

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    into the streams. Lord Le-onfield, Mr. Darley, and Mr. Taylor have signified their intention of erecting the works atStamford Bridge, Buttercrambe, and XCirkham, FOURTH WEST YOIRK MILITIA.-This regiment has met at Leeds this weak for twenty-seven days' train- ing, under Subscribers-only content

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    was 13, and the boy 12 years old. CHILD M1VA3nRR i TIME NORTH RrDINa.-On Tuesday an inrquest was held at Buttercrambe, in the N ,rth Ridirg of Yorkshire, between eight and nine miles from York, on the body of a Subscribers-only content

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    to the assizes for trial, and bail refused, CHILD MVBDXla DI THEI NORTH RIDINO.-Of Tuesday an inquest was held at Buttercrambe, in the Njith TIding of Yorkshire, between eight and nine mijes from York, on the body of a new-born Subscribers-only content

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    others, th Lb- Buttercrambe, York. .- ! i, be SOLD by Tender, 610 Biroh asnd Ash-:- t Tg Tinbter TREES and POLES, cut down and lying on the eitate Fo -ly of Henry Darley, Req., at Buttercrambe, near Stamford Bridge. Subscribers-only content

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    Never Behind), which was reserved at ur u Donoaster. and which is the property of Mr. James 19- A Midgley, Buttercrambe. Stamford Bridge. Mr. George es, Harrison's Wiltshire Count (by Connt Lavender) was n. mmade reserve number. Only three bull Subscribers-only content

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    THIRTY MILES OF EAST YORKSHIRE. Touring on the Wolds. OUiRISTS who habitually shun the Wolds-they are in a maj> rlty-caneat boast that they know much about Yorkshire. tSoutherners seem to think that Yorkshire cmnsist-s of York, Leeds. arlbo-rough, Bridling- Subscribers-only content

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    prize -went to Duke ofa' Armarthw aite, from Low House, Armathwait Cunm- berland; and NMarvel, owned by Mr. James 3Aidgley, Buttercrambe, Stamford Bridge, came third. The last-named was reserve number at the Royal. and some I of the critics yesterday Subscribers-only content

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    John, jun., North Stainley Danby George, York Darley Alfred, Buttercram be .... Charles Albert, Stamford-bridge East .-.._ .... .Henry 8., Buttercrambe .... WUliam M., Thorne Darwent Ssmuel, Berrymoor, Thurgo- lsnd Davis John, Wsles .... Thomas, Hooke Dawney The Hon. Payne, Subscribers-only content

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    SUmfordbridge Barker William. Sessay Butterick John, Cottingham Darley Henry 8., Buttercrambe Barr William, Newthorpe Burvilie Joseph, Masham Darley Henry, Buttercrambe Barr John, Stokesley Burton Nathan, Hawes Darley Cecil H., Buttercrambe Barias Thomas, Northallerton Buckle Joseph. York Dawson J. P., Osgodly Subscribers-only content

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    Kirk Ella, and Hessle-cum-Tranby Wilson George, Sutton, by Charles Johnson, Esq., for the manor of Sutton and Kilburn Wood Peter, Buttercrambe, by H. B. Darley, Esq., for But- tercrambe, Aldby, and Scrayingham Wright Robert, Upleatham, by tbe Earl of Zetland, Subscribers-only content

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    .... George, Thirsk Dalton John, North Stainley John, jun., North Stainley Danby George, York Darley Alfred, Buttercrambe Charles Albert, Stamford Bridge East Henry 8., Buttercrambe William M., Thorne Darwent Samuel, Berymoor, Thurgo- land Davis John, Wales .... Thomas, Hooke Dawnay Subscribers-only content

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    John, Golcar Raper John, Thirsk William, Clint Katcliffe Thomas, Gomersall Kawson I. G., Sowerby Jeremiah S. William, Doucaster Read William, Buttercrambe Reade George, Hutton Low cross Reddish Thomas, Bingley Redmain Thomas, Stamtorth Redmayne Marmaduke, Horton-in- Ribblesdale Rcdfearn John, Westuall Redman Subscribers-only content

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    L. T., Addingham Curry William, Skelton Dale Joseph, Glazedale Dalton John, North Stainley Darley Alfred, Buttercrambe Charles A., Stamford Bridge East B Henry 8., Buttercrambe William M., Thorae Darwin Samuel Berrymoor, Thurgo- land Dawney The Honble. Payne, Benning- brough Dawson Subscribers-only content

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    .... Henry, North Stainsley Richard, Sheriff Hutton Danby Thomas Sheffield Darley Charles A. , Stamford Bridsre East .... Henry 8., Buttercrambe .... William M., Thorne Darwin Francis, Pool Davies Joshua, Garsdale Rev. E. W. L., AdUngfleet Dawney.The Hon. Payan, Newton Subscribers-only content

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    - John, jun North Stainsley Dinky, Thomas Sheffield Darley, Alfred Scarborough - Charles A Stamford-bridge - H. B Buttercrambe - H. Buttercrambe - William M Thome Darling, WUlism W. . . Sculcoates Dawney, the Honble. P., Benmngbrough Park Daw-ea, E.C Subscribers-only content

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    North Stainley Dalton William, Gembling Danby Robert, Stamford Bridge Danby Thomas, Sheffield Darley Charles A., Stamford Bridge Darley H. 8., Buttercrambe Darky Robert, Marton Darky WiUiam M., Thome Darling Matthew, Sheffield Darling William W., Sculcoates Davis Edwin, Hull Davis Samuel, Subscribers-only content

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