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You searched for: Place: Cloughton, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31, Source type: Newspapers

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gadair dduwinyddol yn yr athrofa hone. bodg Yn yr Agricultural Hall, prydnawn Sabbath diwedd- yr af, pregethodd yr Es (ob Cloughton, i gyrulleidfa fawr fad o'r bobl nad oeddynt yn mynychu lleoedd eraill i bvdo addoli, ar y drwg o Subscribers-only content

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    lofty that I made up my mind to walk along their summit whether or not. About half an hour from Cloughton brought me to a " crammle gate," as the natives call it; that is, a rustic gate with zigzaggy Subscribers-only content

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    revd The guard of the train, Jaoes Irving, of Whitworth the S ottry Shapv (31), a governess, 57, Devonshire Street, Cloughton, Mear Birkenhead. This lady was governess in tthe family of Mr. James Jones, of Birkenhead. Frederick RBawhins (20), Willow Subscribers-only content

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    ,,,, motioss of a testimonial to the Rev, J. T. Tause on Isis in remov'al from St. Gabriel's, B~irininghsam, to Cloughton, in F near Scarborough. 14th. It is discoveredl that af the fig .Borough Hospital a child wise had died Subscribers-only content

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    any year since 1888. Q Lady Derwent on Saturday afternoon laid the founda-' 'I tioa-stone of new Sunday schools at Cloughton, near. 7 Sc-rborough. The Queen has givep the site of the& C schools and £200. towards the fund for Subscribers-only content

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    . .AyNer.0 arld e iF. R.ichards. A Wiser DrrisnxrrATIoN.-A dirtyraggedyouth named fThomas [ Cloughton was charged with sleeping in a washbhouoe In Sheoproto Street. The prisoner's father said that his son was a very bad boy and would not work, Subscribers-only content

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    . ble velvet. The marriage ceremony of the Catholic Church was per. formcrd by the Rev. Francis Richard Davis, of Cloughton, asisted by the Rlev. Richard B3. Vanghau, of Belmont. Dlr. HI. D. Pipapet officiated as cross-bearer. Sir William Throclrmorten-gavo Subscribers-only content

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    by tahine way thre brat loas of fithu te nd sones, the property of the eDuchy ofI'snstot the saashorc at Cloughton, Wvke beteenhighandlow water snack, ye , resentati ofnew, colours to the Royal Sussex ihttfnty stia.ataioined at Chinhester, tonk place Subscribers-only content

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    an address. The Leeds Mercury announces that the BisBoop of Wor- cester has collated the Rev. IV. H. Cariss, vicarof Cloughton (Scarborough), to the living of St. Gabriel's, Birmingham, value :£500. per annum. BIRMeINGxHAM SCHOOL OF ART.-On Saturday evening, at Subscribers-only content

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    wife, and k remanded, if Is CLERICAL APaoeNTMSTrsz.-Rev. John Thomas Tause, dh vicar of St. Gabriel's, Birmingham ; vicar of Cloughton, y Scarborough. Rev. IV. Mlalam, M.A., vicar of Buxton, AdDerbyshire; rural dean of the deanery of Buxton. Rev. A Subscribers-only content

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    of Bankruptcy, yesterday, Mr, Registrar Parry made a receiving order in the matter of WALTER HENRY CiR}ss, lately residing at Cloughton Vicarage, SEarborougb, in the county of York, and nowv residing at No. 30, Sampson Road, Birmingham, clerk, in holy Subscribers-only content

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    West Yorkshire Fire. clay Company, Slilcatene, trading at Dodworth, both Yorkshire, fire:olay goodsinmanufacturer. WALTEr - HiNesy CAnclse, lately residing at Cloughton Vtcaxge, scarboroneh, no wresldlgat Samps8on Road, IBtrrsing- ham, clerk in holy orders. Joerri Gaes, trading in Edwvardes Serset, Balsall Subscribers-only content

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    Ilontgomery; public examination, March 21, at 10 a.m., at the Town Ball, Leominster. WALTER H, CA t1ieS, lately residIng at Cloughton Vicarage, Scarborough, now residing at 30, Sampson Road, Sirnlingham, clerk in holy ordere. First meeting, March 1, at 11 Subscribers-only content

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    appointed curate at Cloughton, Scarboroug, .in 1870. At that time his wife i r BS in receipt of interest from shares amointing to about 3 £500. per annum. In 1874 he was appointed the vicar at P Cloughton, and at Subscribers-only content

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    and am prepared to faeo the work with its numerous undertakings, if you agree," I ~~~~~JASMJS T. TAUSso, Vicar of Cloughton, formerly viar of St. Gabriel's, Birmialham. STEAM AND SMOKE FROU TRAM-ENGINES , To tht EDITOR of the DAIc.Y POST. Subscribers-only content

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    PER&Sco arrived in Edinburgh yesterday, on a visit to Archbishop SMTHn. The QaNsax has subscribed £200. towards the restoration of Cloughton Parish Church, near Scarborough. Twelve members of the Salvation Army, includ- ing a female captain, were sent to prison Subscribers-only content

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    Cardiff, was fined £35. and costs for overloading his vesselaaud making a false entry in the log. The Vicar of Cloughton, near Scarborough, received on Saturday a cheque for £25. from the Queen on behalf of the restoration fond. Her Subscribers-only content

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    mare. The odds were never in doubt, as the favourite made all the running and won easily by two lengths. Cloughton, after being veryrsieathpstcoutd for~the Doable Trial Plate ; the favourite, White Violet, I finishing last. Broad Corrie and Carmilhan Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. Lord Onslow has arranged to leave New Zealand fox England at the end of February. Mayor Graaff, of Capetown, has left London for Paris. The mayor is to visit several of the European countries. 'Mr. J. 'Brancker was Subscribers-only content

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    duly served upon. It- him on the 30th Ociober. 189L The debtor, who isa 1; dlergymana rwas appointed curate at Cloughton, Sear. bs borough' in 1870, and subsequently vicar. In 1881 he of removed to Birmingham; and became vicar of Subscribers-only content

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