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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    taAuxct's ...... Saturday ... lest Auoilaud ,.... 10.30 I Sn,-arisrof lh.F.riday. w rlttle ............. 1 10.30 STUNWN0OnDALt ...... Friday . Cloughton Nswlands ... 10. 0 YolUr AAD AINeStY SBaturday . Cr.Oo y Hili, 0 I iA1.2AX . ..... Friday . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leeds and Gocle. Petitions in faveur of the bill for closing public-houses on Sunday were presented by Mr. MIilbank, from Cloughton, Toekwitlh, Great Ayton, Thorn- ton, Wilton, Newby Wiske, Otteisington, Caperby and other places; and by Mr. Leeman, from York Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ts 3 Saturday. Darricomb .......... lo: SiNNINGTON .......... Tuesday. Nunningtor .l. 1. Friday ....... Sinningonir .go IBS: STAflTONDALM ...... Friday ......,.Cloughton Newlends.. 1021 yoas: Aim AoONSTY.. Tuesday_. Steriven lPar....... 1.i, Thursday Coptnanthorr.e. lo. Saturdav .....,Osgodby Mall ........ lo.aM HARRIERS. HALrVA-X Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    daughter of the first Baroni Wathury. SxrELroN.-September lst, aged S6, Samuel Skelton, eaddler, Wood. house-lane, TAYaLO.-Augnut Seth, at Cobsr Hill, Cloughton, aged SB, Jane, relict of John Taylor, of Everlsy, near. Scarborough. TitAvons.-Aux3ut Slst, at his residence, S, Queens-lardens Hyde Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10.30 Sin H. JonrEVOoDRr'S..Tueaday .......Hackneess......10.00 Friday.........edinghiam Bridge. 10.30 SouTu IDunHA.s.s...Wednesday..... Kolloer. ......10.40 Friday ........PastureaHouse. Little stainton.0.... 0.45 SrnnsTOVAhMM ... Tmesday .......Cloughton .. 1...Q10 Friday ........Burniston ......10.30 VOanT ANY) AtoSTY ..Tuesday .~. ... o..Rd House .....11. 0 Thureday .......rafton Village .... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lHUNTING APPOLNTMENTS. FOXEOUNDS. BADSWORviT, .........,. P'riday ......... . Askern .............. lo.S* saturday ...... 3ott o n U0 10.3D Monday .. .aweliffe .. 10.30 Tuesday ....... hlarr Villagc, lo0 Tharsalay ....10...Darrinaton_0. , 3, dSaturday ..... Perry bloor Common.. 10:. B3lD5.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for I ala virtuallyl dead to such busi- cr' ness." A report was read from Mr. Ruskin stating that GI the ( uild has estates at Shoflield, Bewdlly, Cloughton, ME Mdickicy, Barmouth, and £l500 vested in (;onsols. an -- fee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I I , I I I TOCUm T EENS.-tdentleman. at libertv for immedlato engago Lmoat. Two guineas weekly. j. Nwylli, Cloughton, fcarboroug.4 WANTED, indoor APPRtENTICE to Dross and MantIO Ma~rng, S mall premiom. Address Scolioeld, Ifaaholiiff Olothiog Maltr,- Houddersfield. HARROGATE.-13 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so, St. Switbius-iftne, RAWd Won .i etietcal. JOOUNl TENENS.-Gentleman at liberty for Immediate en-'age L met.wo guineas. weekly, J. Wyllis, Cloughton, Scarborough. 0( AZW.-Wantced, by is gentlpensa, age 20. a CLEdRKSI-I1P in a L country ethose; salary modseirate. Apply to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liar ..... . Fridtay ...... voosdthorpe ..... . 0 STA11NTO'tDALE . .......T ...... Robin Hlld's By . 10.30 Fri(any .. Cloughton Quairy . 10.30 Yonic AOND AlnsxTY....2%Mondsy... Shipton .................... 10.45 Tile'day ...Oxton Hall . O.tS Thuirslay.. tn ' Mtoankton . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yorkshireo1 ore, andCnaa Rep.ajitory, Lceds. ndtirve and Drau'lht HORSES, COB3S and PONIES also Cianiages, lz~~~~~~~~~~~~arO~CS5, &c. Eratitis must to niado ro0X0 4 p~.m. tis la ILEPE and SON'$, Auctioneers and Pro,,prletors. -- 1s~~~~~~24-462Id - lIto John AustinferBrlyVl lwrkLds In Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday miorn-t l ing, by a farm labourer named Hodgson Ledlev. a The body was taken to a public-house at Cloughton, [ Newlands, to await identification. The body appeared to a be that of a man about fifty years of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of firve unknown seamen, foulid drowned near ClourLhton BaLY, Scarborough, Twere interred at Cloughton. They are the first buried in the new burial-ground there. The Vicar of Cloughton (Mr. Cariss) met the bodies at the gate. On arriving at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the dead bodies of five unknown seamen, found drowned near Cloughton Bay, Scarborough, were interred at Cloughton. They are the first buried in the new burial-ground there. The Vicar of Cloughton (Mr. Cariss) met the bodies at the gate. On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tIre 13th just,, at the Parish Church, RirkbJ Floetham, Wm. Chris. Eerley, eldest eon of Win. Traylpr, of Cobea Hill, Cloughton and Scearborough, to Janet, eldest dau.sirter of John Maekay Y'lews, of Feneote Hall, Bedaia. AnxinoAast.-On the i6th instant. at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING APPOINTYMENTS. FOXHOUNDS,. BAnawVOarTE ....... lnd., Oct. 31-The HvnolclI .......I 0 Toes.. Nov. 1..Yovk8:uiarDone astcr _Io,0 Thurs, Nov. 8 brnto .......M. Satur. , Nov. 6,.Achunrth Moor Top ... I .j Bzy.ALE Houlzoas .. .,Mond,, Oct. 31I ,.3,odale Halt ....... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,^ Soonm Dn rho.Wed., Nov. 2. Trimdon ....i.. Friday, Nor. 4. Great Stiiton t.. io, STAINTONDALR ...... Friday, Nov. 4. Cloughton .............. :0,3 Yone AlsD Asosryr .... Thurs., Nor. 3. Nun 3onktotr . ......... 4e Satur.. Nov. 6.. Raskelt Villago Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nov. 4. ...........Nes ...10,30 SouTH Du nrx ...... Friday, Nov. 4. .Great Stainton . 10.45 STAINTONDALE ...... Friday, Nov. 4.. Cloughton .1 tO30 YOE AiND Awsm .... Thas., Nov. 3 ..Nun Monkton . 10.48 Satui., Nov. 6 ..Iaskelf Village ........ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    8.. (bleen H'lall .......10.48 Friday, Mar. 10..Tauners' Hail ......10.48 STAaaTOoNDALM .....rus., Mar. 7.. Peak .18........ . C- Friday, Mar. 10.. Cloughton .......10. 0 SIiNITIXOT0N...... Tsies., -Mar. 7. South liohnma......10.30 Satur., Mar. 1 1 .The X~ennels. 10... ..08M Somar Dumm s....Man., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. W. Mfudd. Broxa, F. Pickelrig, 11: l eteer. Burniston, \V. Vard, D. Cockerill. Carton, J. IV. 1acktin, W. DobEon. Cloughton, C. Wyler, T. IHoringron. Eb-bc ston, l. be Danby, T. Dennison. Gritbhorpe, F. B. Foster,. J. Temple. Biai- ncas, Subscribers-only content

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