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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    O'clock in thte afternoon, (subject to condi- ~f1- Eila-sge, commodious, ann- subostantially-lsuilt AFltl,,sI OLl) IWELLING-l-OUlSl, pleasanstly situated - its the Cowpasture, Ilkley, aisd commaindiisg very exteinsive and variod Views of the beatutilul scenery of Wharfedale. There is sittoclsed an excelleiit Subscribers-only content

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    S.J. (formerly of Exeter College, Oxford.) The Rosary will be sung in Procession after the Sermon. BIRTHS. Oct. 20, at Cowpasture Farm, Hook-Norton, the wife of Samuel Gibbs, of a daughter. Oct. 21, at the Vicarage, Bishops Teignton, Devon, the Subscribers-only content

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    Henry Day, youngest sou of the ev. George Day, late by, e of Udrightwell, Oxfordshire. eon0 is July 21, c.t Cowpasture Farm, Hook-Norton, William ley G)ilkes Gibbs, sou of Samuel Gibb, aged 7 months, by July 22, at Leede, Isham Subscribers-only content

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    Thomas MArry, of Park Farm, Hook-Norton Ol: to Kate Gibbs, youngest daughter of tbe late Samueo Ox t Gibbs, of Cowpasture Farm, Hook-Norton, e Dec. 12. at St. Mfary Abbot's Church, ensington, Arl Thomas Erskine Holland, D.C.L., barrister-at-law' Go Chichele Subscribers-only content

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    being members, cases of illness excepted, but particulars of such illness to be specified in Id;the certificate.-1. Wm. Luckett, on Cowpasture l-Farm 67 years; 2, W. Alcock, on Cold Harbour Farm 29 years; 3, G. Matthews, with Mr. H. B. Subscribers-only content

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    of A^A BUILDING LAND, situated in and fronting to Cowpasture Boad, in Ilkley aforesaid, containing by admeasure- ment 1575 superficial square yards, or thereabouts. This lot, having an extensive frontage to Cowpasture Road, is admirably adapted for the erection of Subscribers-only content

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    built in Beanland's Road, twent* -four houses m Leeds P.oad. fifty-two cottage in Ash Grove, and of three houses in Cowpasture Boad were disapproved. KEIGHLEY. - The ordinary monthly meeting of the Keighley Local Board was held yesterday afternoon in Subscribers-only content

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    Tendering for the whole or any part of the Works to be done in the erection of Four HOUSES, in Cowpasture Boad, Hkley, may see Plans and Specifications and obtain Bills of Quantities at my Office, from Thursday, November - Subscribers-only content

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    for the whole or any pait of the Works to be done in the j erection of Four HOUSE.-*, in Cowpasture R- ad, Hkley, may J see Plans and Specifications and obtain Bills of Quantities at my I Office, from Subscribers-only content

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    -Blacks, 68a. Or. 82 p Dudland Hollies, 86a. Sr. 20p - Stirk House, I3«a Ir. Ssp- Wheatley , with a Cowpasture «if five acies and half added to it, tOOa -Gisburne Coles, 26a , Sr. Ip. - Nappa-Flatu and Ged Subscribers-only content

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    aise and quality, and buyers will find them especially worth tbeir attention. The POLES are felled and lotted in the Cowpasture and Piagle Plautations, about half a mile from the town. Market Bosworth has a Station on the Ashby and Subscribers-only content

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    size amd quality, w_d buyers will fiud them e^xscially worth their attentieo. The POLES are felled and lotted ie tbe Cowpasture and Pi.gl.e Plantations, about half a mile from the town. Market Bosworth has a Station on the Ashby and Subscribers-only content

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    size and quality, and buyers wtil find them especially worth tbeir attention. The POLES are felled and lotted in the Cowpasture and Piogle Plantations, abont half a mile from the town. Market Boswortb has a Station on the Asbby and Subscribers-only content

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    the prices obtained ranging between £2 15s. and £2 103. Tbe last ram lamb offered belonged to Mr. Hextail, of Cowpasture, which produced the smallest bid of the sale - 3ss. Among the purchasers not previously mentioned were Messrs. Headley Subscribers-only content

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    11.30. , Oakley- Monday, Kastoa Wood ; Thursday, Laveudon cJruii;-, ; Pytchley- Monday, Brigstock ; Wednesday. Or.utoit RiAiy. 1 CHipthorn Cowpasture ; Saturday, Geddh.gtou, l- Rad.iytte's, Mr- Monday, Bovingtoa Farm ; Fri day. tb- An** l Inn, H Rolles Hon. Subscribers-only content

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