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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *)ttctber 17, 3. an~d W. M illbofland. Liverpool, merchants- October 12, i. Sanderon, Bury, Lancashire. fustian manufac- CERTIFICATES-Ociosae 13. betrt, Clareton, Yorkshire, horse dealer-E. Nicholson, wke Bad street. dress muawker-i. and W. Forster, Carlisle, I~Olker... Jiles, Shleweboary. moasie rllers-T. Heatherley, Subscribers-only content

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    shire, cattle dealer-Jan. 27, W. R. Burrill. Kingston-upont Hull, merchant-Jan. 27, B. Cook, sen. Birmingham, brass- founder-Feb. 1, S. Roberts, Clareton. Yorkshire, horse dealer -JaQ. 28, W. Barrett, Keighley, Yorkshire, worsted stoft mtanufacturer-Jan. 213, J. Morley, Kingston-upon-flull, coal merchast-Jan. 25, Subscribers-only content

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    street, bankers- May 1, W. H. Summers, Sackrile street, bill hok.r-May i, 1'. J. Ashton, Pallmall, tailor-April *&7, S. Roberto, Clareton, Yorkshire, horse dealer-April 29, J. Wond, Barnrley, York. shire, linen mansfacturer-April 28 T. M. Fisher, Maoichester and Bacup, Lancashire, Subscribers-only content

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    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

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    repor on-the 17 reisioofthe c~atechism cailled forth sonie discueon andwas;E referr hback Applications for the ordinatio of Messrs. W. 31. Clareton, W. T.-Lardge, -an-U, as, Howarth were granted. Applicationa for eaderehi - of he soeitieis'were arated in tbe case of Subscribers-only content

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    exampIe. : . - * e Ori Monday week, aged 64, Mrs. Ann Nesvsam, *ife of Mr. Matthaw Newsamn, of Clareton. Molor Hoose, near Knsresbro', r: ,usivetIll respected, Ond much laenuted by a hmenrouo family. e o i tS fi;4 Subscribers-only content

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    George Carr; tr to the Second rpproved Candidate, X2. Alexander liddlemis at CANDIDATICS. SERVANT WITH 1, George Carr James Robert,, Clareton, Ensresbrough. rn No. of Esses.. S2 No. of Lambs......91 2. Alexander Middlerniss SamuelJudd, York o 112 *- .. 187 Subscribers-only content

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    G Mr. Robert Gervas, of Knaresbro', gentleman at Mr. Thomas Hogg, of Kirksby Overblow, farsmer H Mr. James Roberts, of Clareton, farmer Mr. John Wm. Walker, Kirkby Overblow. farmer rm Mr. Richard 9lsworth, of Dunkeiwick, farmer P Mr. John Waterhotuse, Subscribers-only content

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    aged 113, of typitus fever, Mr. Joseph Harrop, ye bthr ewsbury.I he Same day, aged 45, Mr. John Prince, of Clareton, na he Kitaresbrough, ated brother to Mir. Wm. Prince, of that place, ly farmer. ed on Sunday. in St. Subscribers-only content

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    and P. Richardson, LIverpool, eart owners *h Dec. 9 J. Lloyd, Liverpool, linen draper It, CERTIFICATES, OCT. 13. ed Roberts, Clareton, horse dealer ed E. Niaholson, New Bond street, dress maker id J. and W. Forsrer. Carliele, bankers .h J. Subscribers-only content

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    and J. MarriGtt, Northampton, drapers, to April 30. - BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. S. Cranfield, Colchester, Innkeeper DIVIDENDS. April 27 J. Roberts, Clareton, Yorkshire, horse dealer _ 27 E. Smith, Bishop Wearmouth, merchant he - 28 S. Mayer, .1. Mitawdesley, R. Lees,andJ.Bridgwood, Subscribers-only content

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    Lower, Dunsforth niches Upper- with -Branton Green, Mlarton -with-Grafton, Great lay, in Ousburn, Kirkbyllill, Little Ousburn, Allerton Alauleverer, n the Clareton, Goldsbrougb, Conaythorpe. Flaxhy, Folliftoot, Pan- from, nal, otherwise Fennel, West Wick, Bishop Monckton, BUurton 5, and Leonard, Copgrove. Walkingham-with.Ockany, Subscribers-only content

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    Lower, Dunsforth lfpper - with - Branton Green, Marton -with-Grafton. Great S oisbulrn, Kirkby Bill, Little Ousburn, Allerton Maulevorer, F Clareton, Goldsbrough, Coneythorpe. Flamby, Follifoot, Pan- nal, otherwise k'ennel, West Wick, Bishon ildonckton, Burton Leonard, Copgrove. Walkingham-with.ockany, (which last mentioned Subscribers-only content

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    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

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    Joseph Swales, Bart, Rucalfrlington, Knaresborough; Mr. Benjamin Robinson, Scriven; MIr. Godfrey Long and Mr. J. H. Hill, Spofforth; Mr. Kirk, Clareton; Mr. HL Walker, Tickhill; Mr. C. Waker Mr. W. Craig, and Mr. A. Malcolm Bateson, harrogate; Mr, Jacob Smith, Subscribers-only content

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    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

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    entiles. d Best stallion for agricultural purposes. society's silver cup, value £10 1Os,, P, Pinkney, Thirnk; 2nd, £6, R. Elmsley, Clareton. 9 3,entries, di Best brood mare, for the flold, with or without a foal, £3, Stephen n Kirby; 2nd, Subscribers-only content

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    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

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    jury lists for the several townships in Claro division. All the overseers attended to verify the or lists except Breartion, Clareton, Coneythorpe, Ouseburn co Little, and Thoruivillo. The adjourned Brewster Sessions yi for the Division of Olaro Wvere held, the Subscribers-only content

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    purpose. The bench made orders for the following sums, viz., Doroughbridge £18 18s., Grafton £67 10s., Marton S£9 16, 10d., Clareton and Cmney-horpe :4 6s. 3d., Fluxby £5 I2a. 6d., Allerton £S fs. Id., Hopperton £8 8s. 9d, HXwingore £7 Subscribers-only content

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