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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    non, Esq., M.D., of Manchester. L rFATrES.r-Dec. 3rd, aged /6, Charlotte Ann, wife of T, I. Stanger Leathes, Esq., of Dalehead Hal, (Jumnberlaud, and Elm Bank, Lil- hngton, Warwickshire, LAYBOUBNE.-Nov. 3Qth, at Nafferton, near Driffield, aged 76, Jacob Layhourne, Esq. Subscribers-only content

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    a cost of £320; Cundall, 60 boys and girls, and 30 infants, and teacher's house, at a cost of £'400; Dalehead, 69 boys and girls, at a cost of .500 ; Ehlmiey, 133 infants, at a cost of £514 ; Subscribers-only content

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    four miles is not accessible to carriages. Horses may travel, and persons on foot. From Armbbath, the Great:lIow, on the Dalehead side, is the principal feature, finely diversified .with rook and wood, Waddle Fell, clothed with feathery lorohes, and Wanthwaite Subscribers-only content

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    year (1884) new societies depen might be formed in. the follo'wimg sixteen' places, viz. :-the I Boltonr-on-Swale, Batley (St. Thoras), Dalehead, Gilder.- entire some, Kirkburton, Kirkhy Malzeard, Leeds (St. John the to eass Evangelist Band of Eope), Ligirtcliffe,. Marton-by- with; Subscribers-only content

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    for she few- minutes in which the' malv ap~pear. Just before yo-o is Dale'head Eial]. once full I of Sout.ev's mirth anwd Wordsot-this oniec isdom. Beside it Dalehead -Meadows, in w-hcch once stood tbm famrnous inn-of-call for packers and dalesitaen, Subscribers-only content

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    0011OM AIERC, 4SD MARKETS. HARDWAItM-BsWGoHArM, Nov. 5.-The trade of this town is in a healthy state. In the couras of the week orders have come iii steadily on account of the country trade. Baniness with the north of England Subscribers-only content

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    St. Peters Church, Blacvl.uru, by tue Bey. H. G. Yoiianl, vicar, assis-ed by the Rev. J. Norri«t, 8.A.. vicar of Dalehead, William Whewell, of C! i tiler o,.,' to Alice, daughter of the late Thorn ts Garstang, and sister of Subscribers-only content

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    Ackerley, Mrs. Ackerley, and Miss Ackerley, Mytton Vicarage ; Mr. BirchaU, Whiteholme, Slaidburn ; Rev. P. Brown and Mrs. Brown, Dalehead : Rev. W. B. Dowding, Carleton ; Miss Gibson, Whelf rigg ; Mr. and Mrs. T. Garnett, Clitheroe ; Subscribers-only content

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    of Dalehead, near Clitheroe, to which he has been preferred in succession to tbe Rev. Ezra Holliday, who has accepted tbe incum- bency of St. John's new parish, Cloughfold, Raw ten- stall. Mr. Woodward's acceptance of the Vicarage of Dalehead Subscribers-only content

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    Woodward (student of St. Aldan's ThTOlogtcal College) has just been instituted by the Bishop of Ripon to the Vicarage of Dalehead, near Cli- theroe, on the nomination of Mr. William King-Wilkin- son, of Middlewood, Chatburn, CUtheroeT^The rev. gentleman, who for Subscribers-only content

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    E. R. Watts, to St Peter's V, Wisbech Rev J. J. Willmott, to Ludham V, Norfolk Rev W. Woodward, to Dalehead V, Clitheroe Rev J. W. Woolley, to Hoveton St Peter and St John V, Norfolk Rev H. J. Wright, Subscribers-only content

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    navvy named James Fullerton, about thirty years of age, supposed to be a native of Dalston, Carlisle, was found near Dalehead on Sunday morning. Fullerton, had been to Keswick with two companions on Saturday, and was returning to his lodgings Subscribers-only content

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    navvy named James Fallerton. about thirty years of age, supposed to he a native of Dalston, Carlisle, was found near Dalehead on Sunday morning. Fullerton, had been to Keswick with two companions on Saturday, and was returning to his lodgings Subscribers-only content

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    flawy named James Fnllerton, about thirty years of age, supposed to be a native nf Dalston, Carlisle, was found near Dalehead on Sun- day. The man had been to Keswick with two com- panions on Saturday, and was returning to Subscribers-only content

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    The Amateur Per forma nces of the Guild of Lite- Sature AND Art. - Derby has this week been honoured with the performance of Mr. DickenB and the Guild, in the Lecture Hall. On Monday evening they played at Subscribers-only content

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    OF THE PEEL STATUE IN LEEDS. This event took place on Friday. Now that the statue is elevated to its permanent position, we find all kinds of opinions expressed as to the judgment and taste which have suggested the Subscribers-only content

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    SS, Southampton-row, George Kinnear, Esq., aged seventy-two. Leathes.- On the 19th inst, at Elm Bank. Thomas Leathes Stanger Leathes, of Dalehead HaU, Cumberland, and Elm Bank, Lillington, Leamington, in his eighty-sixth year. Norton.- On the 20th inst, at Fern Cotta Subscribers-only content

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    rural dean of Stouehouse. Johnson, Rev. G. A., M.A., vicar of Corston, with Rod- bourne ; vicar of St. James's, Dalehead, Clitheroe- patron, Mr. W. K. Wilkinson. Lascellks, Rev. M. G., M.A., vicar ot Itocester, Stafford ; vicar of Harewood, Subscribers-only content

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    Adlinjrtoii ; curate-in-char-i of tlie'Rossall' Mission, in the parish oi Newton Heath, Man WooDWAKIi Rev. W., late vicar J f Dalehead ; licensed to officiaK iv the Diocese of Exeter.- tiMt .-dian. Wi Vair and (iolden Tresses.-To nontir.ii, strengthen, hi Subscribers-only content

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