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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I. handicapped. Lady Nairn -went a lot faster than Chatbeen, and she also performed in artistic style whets opposed to Dalehouse, whom she defeated very easily. INetherwitton had a longish course agatinst Genogle, hut 2be-ran it well as in his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11.S Sat., April 16..Barnerd Castle .. 3....1.3 EARL YAnnORoiVOW.Sat., April 9....Stainton Croas Roands ....12. o Esir;DL... . .... Tues.,April 12 Dalehouse (by invitationl 10.34 Fri., April 15. .Starsuacre (to finish eason)10.0 uRnwoar. . Sat. April 9....Kirby Sigton .... . l3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Greentick-Martha. Mr. Harding-Cox's Mespilus, by Greentick- Madeline. Mr. E. Al. Crosse's Coca Water, by Greentick- Madeline. Mr. G. Darlington's Dalehouse, by Dick Dar- Miss Slater. Mr. E. Davey ns Colonel North's Simonian, by Greentick-Bit of Fashion,. Mr. W. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a decisive winner wh;-en ash knocked up her hare. Ladr Maiml bent Dalehouse. Ratting-S to 4 oni .Lady Maimn. Lacy iNairn rattled out fully two lengths fromn Dalehouse, an~d at once ran into her fbare. t N.etherwitton bceat Beveragge. Betting-S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tive-Sergeant Kuowlson went to tbe Linthorpe pottery for the purpose of arresting a man named William Dalehouse Smith for neglect- ing bis wife and family, who are living at Stoke-upcn-Trent. The fact of the officers' arrival at the pottery was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9s '.-d, be made by the County Council towards the improve- ment by the side of the main road ud Dalehouse Bank, on the Cv ..borough, Loftus, and Whitby main road. Orders were griven to the Surveyor of Malton High Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M.D., Derby, director of the Derby, Uttoxeter, and Stafford, aud of tbe Rugby, Derby, and Manchester Railways Charles Milnes, Esq., Dalehouse, Matlock, Derbyshire, director of the Rugby, Derby, and Manchester Railway j Thomas Byrom, Esq., Wigan, director of the York Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    each, four dogs £30 each, eight dogs £20 each, sixteen dogs £10 each. First Round (Continued). Sweet Ilome bt Besieger Dalehouse bt Donald O' Kane Barere bt Mespilus (l) Lady Nairn bt Chatham Cagliostro bt Lord Burnswark Beverage bt Windaway Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (drawn), | Sweet Home bt Cagliostro course void .lolly Mystery bt Black Girl Clyde Spray bt Arpnsia I Beverage bt Dalehouse Rhymes bt Clyde Ruin j Donald Graham (a bye), Lord Red Velvet bt Royal Speed | March (drawn) SETTING Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Owston Park. JJS Saturday... Kingston Hill wJJ Hamblbton Tuesday... Hainl.leton House 10 '0 Friday Kepwiok '' h) jjj Cleteland Monday Dalehouse . Thursday.. .Lazenby Station." 3j HrjßWoa-H Tu-sday ....Low .Middletoa lo 3ft Saturday ... Moor Bank \ {) 3' E-BT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Staithes, Miller and Fatmer, are n quested to pay the amounts due iruui them to Mr. John W'ELFonn, at Dalehouse, on or before the First Day of September next; and all Persons having any Demands against the Estate of Subscribers-only content

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