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You searched for: Place: Clareton, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31, Resource: British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c5196 OH J4AN lceoliectahllo yoalimo, age H0. Seeks Enmploymsent iii a good ladIA.roinnTIDer'a S1101), Services for belard,-Addresis, frs. 46' Adoams, Clareton. oatIei, Lefoiilingtouu. o452? 55 -AN aid Wife Wanted, for coulutry; without encurlmbrcanc pro. , .ferred. Stan moot underiaiui horses, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is to say, Knaretbroug~h, Bilton with lar- Anjua rth, rogate, Scriven with Tentergate. Goldabroulih, Flaxhy, Coney- some oilier tog, thorise, Clareton, Allerton Nlauleverer, Allerton. With Hoppei - P'arliamienit, theton, Hopperten. Whximly, Gelisthorpe. luniniigore, Cattul ford railway of," (othierwiseCiittal Alagual, Old Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADFL*t? ?o*? COUNOiL? q " otBratd Wytej 1eel& ngTj, da aftelloof av'tb"&scr V14 V. Aldvgft THOJSO bucat TME BOY-AL -AGRICULTURAL SOIT FENGLiNDi. lit.WMr -Atrrhs estlllO k,'mrd a Ciluiniiatioli an redtm netngofthat society in 1861 iudbll isno ir r1 eia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I Aucttion. without the leant reserve, upon the premises. in lbs ocerspa- tng, t i of~ M86. Robert Emooley, of Clareton, on Hondoil, September 14 aof THE,~ ~voible of the very valuable Live anti Dead lent F ARMdING STOCK, consisting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    laTr. Thomas Dio'bin- eon, I Loblay's-ynard, Worsted-street, Leeds; or of Messrs. POWE~iLL, Solicitoes, Itisrrogats snd Kusaresborsirgh. a 2202 Observo.-Morsday, next. Clareton 1-arm, near Knarcehororrgl. Mes-prs. C. SEllGEANT end SON are iostaructed by Mr. T. H~arker, to 45-il by Auction, waithosut Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    21. ; Mr. Heliues, 10s.; Mr. Basil Woodd, Bond-street, If.; Mr. Kerr, Vine-street, If.; Sherborne and Sam*. Piccadilly, If.; Mr. Clareton, ll.-. Messrs. Hemes, Farquhar, and Co. St. James's -street will receive any Contributions, and confirm the truth of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ■'. .\*p, in F Clsro Hou.-_e Farm. 2. 19 Oak. Hd Ash, 2 Elm, and 1 (.berry, in "Farms at Clareton. 3. J8 Oak aand #_*_ : Asti. in Farms at Ccmeyt'ttirp. 4. 9 Oak, 73 Ash, 2 Elm, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leak, con- taining 132 0 2 Lot 19. A Small Farm in Clareton, with Bnildina-s thereon, in the occupation of William Brittain 13 1 IS Lot 20. Clareton Moor Farm, with suitabl* Buildings, in the occupation of Mr. Samuel Rawlings. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wliieh is divided into TWENTY-EIGHT LOTS, and the whole situate in the Parishes aad Townships of Little Ouseburn, Wtnxley, Flaxton, Clareton, and Goldsbro'. *■**- For particulars, and applications by Private Con- tract, apply to Mr. Cj.trTT_aB.c_:, at Ly land's Farm, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ton, Follifoot, Dunsforth Lower, Dmistorth Upper, with Braatou Green, Marten with Grafton, Great Onsbnra, Kirkby Hill, Little Ousbnra, AUerton Mauleverer, Clareton, Goidabrough, Coney thorpe, Flaxby, FoMfoot, Pannal otherwise Pennel, West Wick, Bishop Monckton, Burton Leonard, Cop-grove, Walkingham with Ockany, (which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wi*Tenteigato3-kmwitii_El__To^^ ton, Foliifoot, Dunsforth Lower, Dunsforth Upper, wito SSU^-S^*^ Martou wi* Grafton, Great Ousbum, S*^ 1 * Onaburn, AUerton MadetW, Clareton, Gold*rough, Coneythorpe, Flaxby, FoUifoot, Pannd otherwise Pennd, West Wick, Bishop Monckton, Burton Leonard, Cop-grove, Walkingham wi* Ockany, last mentioned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Plumpton, Bilton with Harrogate, Bilton, High Harrogate, Low Harrogate, Knaresborough', Scriven, Scriven with Teutergate, Faruham, Golds- borough, Ferrensby, Fiasby, Coneysthorpe, Clareton, Arkendale, Staveley, Aldborough, Copgrove, Minskip, Roecliffe, and Boroughbridge, in the said West Riding ; Kirby Hill, Otherwise Kirby-on-the-Moor, Langthorpe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Plumptou, Bilton with Harrogate, Bilton, High Harrogate, Low Harrogate, Knaresborough, Scriven Scriven with Tentergate, Farnhani, Goleis- borough, Ferrensbv, Fiasby, Coneysthorpe, Clareton, Arkendale, Staveley, Aldborough, Copgrove, MmsKip, Roecliffe, and Boroughbridge, in the said WI eat-Ridmg ; Kirby Hill, otherwise Kirby-on-the-Moor, Langthorpe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with Harrogate, Bilton, High Harrogate, Low Harrogate, Knaresborongh, ! Scriveu, Scriven with Teutergate, Farnham, Golds- j borough, Ferrensby, Fiasby, Coneysthorpe, Clareton, I Arkendale, Staveley, Aldborough, Copgrove, Minskip, J Roeclift'e, and Borough bridge, in the said West Riding; i Kirby Hill, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Asp, in i ' -_.ro House Farm. 2. 16 Oak, 8-5 Ash, 2 Elm. and 1 Cher.-y, in Farms at Clareton. 3. I". Oak sand C,2 Ash, in Farms at Coney thorp. 4. 'I Oak, 73 Ash, '2 Elm. and Subscribers-only content

    St. James's Chronicle or the British Evening Post, FROM THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18 TO SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2

    AL- LERTON MAULEVERER, in the Conity of York. The Manbur, Farms, and Lands, of anzo in Allerton Mauleve'er, Hopperton, Flaxby, Clareton, and Little Oufe- burn, containing together, 4r7o Acres and upsvards. The whole Eftate is Freehold, and almoft all Tithe Subscribers-only content

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