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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s table on Communion-day." _A - BArn S2omErx By A BUnLs CAx.-On Saturday afternoon there was a sham fight at Chapelthorpe, near WaEtedield, in connection with the 1st Volunteer Battalion Yorkshire Light Infantry. Both attacking and defend- ; ing forces Subscribers-only content

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    1 agcst lallanza, C to, each agst Lady Salisbury colt and Chapelthorpe, 2I0 to e agsB any other-Pickled Perrv, on the rails, cut out the work from Repav and Chapelthorpe, with Antonio Pierri just behind thorn, Lord of the Manor Subscribers-only content

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    Hallse. . 4 5 b Everton 37 6 Peppercorn .. .4 B7 ' 'Egerton 47 5 Versailles 5, - 6B4 Chapelthorpe _3?74 Kentigern b8 2 Rnoekdolian.. -3 74 Hatfield .. - 5 713 'Santa Barbara -Li6 13 Wharfe -. -3 Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS R - AScnG NOTE.5- Yerytirnt the sportprorided at Gatwid this f *fteoon it caused general disaointent then the highlytried Presbyted ad hIs engage- ment in the Crabbet Plate, but it is questionable if the Beckhanpto youngster would Subscribers-only content

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    Miller Dam, .near.Wakefield, efler a long and painful illness; the Rev. Joltn Lonsdale, Vicarof l)arfieldiandCwrate of the petpetual Curaev of Chapelthorpe. - Sunday last, after a very short Ulness, the Rev. Stephi'n,, Mnort, A. M. Vicar of Dtonraster, nill Prebendary Subscribers-only content

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    of Land, appertaining thereto, and aecupicd tirewimii, sitliate asid being in Chapeltborpi aforesaid,' and lately 'occupied by Mrs. ihodes, deceased. Chapelthorpe is a very pleasant Village, within a ionvenieot Distance of the Town ol Wake- field. 'he Premniss have been Subscribers-only content

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    Piece or Poriel '.t 'Lcrdt, appertiatnrg thereto, antd Occupied tier it:atuait end botcg in Chapelthorpe, aforesaid, and Iattviy occtspied by inn Mts. Hhoicas. deceased. ir- Chapelthorpe is It vert'pleasant Veil'agei, within Iite a tonveetierst Di,tance iof the 'lawn of Wsiie- Subscribers-only content

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    Orcharde, aacfillexten' TI tilailnata eviry Convenleaacerequlitte for-- ear -floo Tofa taner;e'ad about Si Atre nh t 3. A ANDltllate -at Chapelthorpe, In Sondol Hague, in the C Colnty of York, atowlon n of te )Ie of I alr.fThomsl Lanahelit; a- Subscribers-only content

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    Fi uatuat$im I P~lt Lee.s Posf.icPji addressed to de eriserr, t1lrolith lice j q i1. a~eorel iitori abij /oru'arded to the party advertising;g ass ApptcasT~ does not receiue an ans-etor reithila a is at,-S 7ticte tie , me~ crmtad Subscribers-only content

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    2., at Hensvworth Lane End Tuesday, at Askern; 0 Thirsday, at Sharlston Common and on Saturday, March; EE 7th at Chapelthorpe, each day at i alf past ten. j °r I GEORGE Tsomapsoto, Esi . the eloquent advocate of - Subscribers-only content

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    ftornerly of woodlesford, and youngest daughter- Iof the late Richard Mitchell, Esq., of Salterhebble, near Hlalifax. n Same dayt, at Chapelthorpe, aged 11, AMargaret, youngest ct daugitter ofrit ite te Rtichard lelilner, Esq., surgeon. of"Wake. hi Ifield, fit - Same Subscribers-only content

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    by the We sty Rev. Joseph Hughes, perpetual curate of Mleltbam, the Rev, 005 't'bomaa Westmorland. jun. A.M. incumbent of Chapelthorpe, We nst and eldest son of the Rev. fhamas Westmnorland, A.M. vicar of Cit. Sandal Megna. to Anne, daughter Subscribers-only content

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    Tadleaster. HIJAPELTHORPE, near WAKEFIELD.-The 1MISSES EltANCE'S Establishment for Young Ladies will be IIE-OPENEI) on Thursda. t/LCe 19th of January, It14:i Chapelthorpe, Dec. 21st, 1442. ORK H 0 U S E, WAKEFIELD.-MISS . MORRIS informs her Friends that this Establishment will Subscribers-only content

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    to her.hnsbaud and the Protestant faith. On Unday last Mr. and;Mrs Wood took part in the musical e performances at Chapelthorpe ichapel' and Mrs. Wood hasg _ we' understand, undertaken to preside regularly at the new organ, which has jnst Subscribers-only content

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    borate Kersesaw, of Gormeroal. On Saudy, at tle parish church, Sacedal, by the Rev T. Mt Wesaorlud, jun., incumbent of Chapelthorpe, Hr. John Fits, Connor, of tse Clerk of thle Peace's office, Wakefield, to Ann, JUnD. only daughter of d)Ir. Subscribers-only content

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    eldest son of the late Rev. John Londsdale, of or Newmnillerdain, and for many years the respected incumbent nt of Chapelthorpe, near Wakelield. In early life the bishop- S- elect was highly esteemed as a preacher, and (as we have Subscribers-only content

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    d although the assets are not immediately available. b The father of the new Bishop of Lichfield was T vicar of Darfield, and curate of Chapelthorpe. Hle died at New Millerdam, Yorkshire, on the 10th day of July, 1807. B Subscribers-only content

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    iust., at Bolton-le-Moors, the lady of Lieut. Col. Malet, 8th (King'sj Regiment, of a son. On the 22d inst., at Chapelthorpe Parsonage, the lady of the Rev. T. Westmorland, Jun., of a daughter. foarne'u. On Thursday, at Nether chapel, Sheffield, Subscribers-only content

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    on Fri- day, the 15th, at Wighill Park; each meorning at half-past ten. THlE BADSWORTH FOX-HIOUNDS meet on Saturday at Chapelthorpe; onl Tuesday, at Grove Hall; on Thursday, at Ilinpolo Inn; and on SaturdaY, Dec. 16, at Kingston hill, each Subscribers-only content

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    2d., on Shrove Tuesday, in the Philosophical as5 Hall.. ia The Rev, T. Westmorland, jun. M.A. incum- rd bn of Chapelthorpe, has boon presented by the Lord Chan- rcellor to the 'Vicarage of Sandal Magnsa, near Wakefield. We have heels Subscribers-only content

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