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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l'atcliffc, Shletsolde fonder maninfactorer--Sept. 2,-, i. Hartlop, ttoyltmnd, York. iioone;tster-Sept. 25, (G. Parker. Shettield, spade iuanuacturer- Sept. 2ith, J. targreca.ves, Farnhill hail, lildwick, York, worsted spinner. CEllTIFICATES to be granted unless cause be sotowrn to the con trary on the Subscribers-only content

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    her child at Uttoxeteir; Bichard Hall (30) kuddler, charged with killing and alay- ing Mary Anun Hiall, at' Sedgley; 'Henry, Farnhill (25), labourer, charged with an unnatural ofence at Peakridge, en the 18th of June; robert Bran, charged with stealing Subscribers-only content

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    widtow of the late Mr. ell Edwvrd Hirst, of Slkipton, coal-merchalit. 131 A faiv yays ago, Mr. Win. Hargraves, of Farnhill, in near Skihtons. Iis plilasithropy Mas unhoinded. Dt On .Jondiy last, at 1tverluw, in tir i3tl year of Dl Subscribers-only content

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    Kilivic'k, intCraren. % ARTNERSHiIP DISSOLVED.--Notice ist shereby given, that the Partnership ltel9a coirned on bv us as Calico slanufacturers, it Farnhill afolesaini, sas; this Day, by mutual Consent, Dissolved. Ac imtness our Hands, at Foritlsill. this 7th lDay of Septemsber, Subscribers-only content

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    Thirty-five Yards long, Seven Yards woide GO waitlhin, snd T'l'ree Stories highr, (lately used as a Malt- 'tiln,) sitrtate in Farnhill, in the Parish of Kildsick c aforesaid, adjoining upon the Leeds and 'Liverpool Cc -Canal, now in the Occupation Subscribers-only content

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    Thirty-Sve Yards long, Seveil Yards wide Gl within, mind Three Stories high, (lately nsed as a Mai:t- Kiln,) situate ic Farnhill, in the l'carilh of Kihidwicit ri aiforesaid, aijoisicg upon the Leds and Liverpool C Canal, now in thie Orcupation Subscribers-only content

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    POLLING PLACES IN THlE WEST-RICING OF THE COUNTY OF X'HK, AS SrTTiO!D by .Statute 2 apid 3Witillaias IV. Cap. 64, Ser. 291, SrliinethX. WAK EFI ELD, H1A1.I FA X, SETILE, SHEFFIELD, BiRADFORD, I6NARESBRO GH, DlONCASTER4, 13ARiNSLEIN, SK6IPTON, SNAriTH, LEEDS, Subscribers-only content

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    Same day, at Doncaster, Henry Wheat, Esq. of Sheffield, to Miss Eliza Watson. Ba Same day, at Batley, Mr. Francis Farnhill, tailor and 3 p draper, Dewsbury, to Sarah, daughter of Mr. Robert Sped. 3 P ding, butcher, Batley. 3 Subscribers-only content

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    Goldthorp Robert, Clechheaton J * . William,Fixby Gully John, Ackworth GuantRichard, Kirkdeighto n J Hargrave Thomas, North Cave Hargreaves James, Farnhill Hargraves Luke, CowtonSouth Harrison Robert, Sculcoates Jon. jun. Pocklington C. R. Sutton William, Driffield Richard, Tibthorpe John, York Joseph, Subscribers-only content

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    CHANGE OF DAYS, HULL & NEWCASTLE STEAMERS. CALLING OFF SCARBRO', WHITBY, & SUNDERLAND. The Splendid NEW STEAM SHIP -- (of 155 Horse Poweri built expressly for the Trade, wil CONTINUE TO RUN during the Winter Months, ALTPRRN'dTEL I- with Subscribers-only content

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    , John, eldest son of Mr. James Higgin. Vh bottom, Jumples, near Halifax. bit Same day, aged 61, MAr. Thos. Farnhill, tailor and draper, K Dewsbury-. Same day, at Pontefract, aged 73, Mrs. Martha Rateliff. Yesterday week, aged 60, Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    MtIR. JOH i[N HE PP E, [J GENERAL AGENT, AUCTIONEER, AND APPRAISER, OFF AS great Pleasure in announcing that the extensive ALTERATIONS IN, and ADDITIONS TO, H gr the Premises, for many Years known as THE COMMERCIAL SALE ROOiUS, Subscribers-only content

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    Do Birks Peter, Laughton-le-M or- then Blacsiburn James, Norton Blenkin James, jun., Ottrlng- ham Bottornley Joseph, Hartshead. with-Clifton Bottomley Wm., Farnhill, &c. Broadbelt John, Aldbrough Broadbent Charles, Meltham Broadbent George, Do. Broadhead Edwin, Hoocke Brown Edward, Keltield Brumham Christopher, Goole Subscribers-only content

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    Black Swan, and the White Swar, Curs, at, York ; and the Hen and Chickens, fltirlinglbnn. FITRaEHOLD -LAN ), at FARNHILL and EASTBURN, !it; the Pari~sh of Ktlldwiele-At Mr. Wmn. Palfreyman's, the Ship Inn, In Farrohill, be ilidwick, by Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    Solicitor, Skipton. SUTTON, in CRAVE N-By Mr. JOHN THROUP, at tho House of Mr. William PaIfreyman, the Ship Inn, In Farnhill, ott T~uesday, the Twentieth Day of August, 1833, at Six o'Clock In the Evening, subject to such'Couditions as shall Subscribers-only content

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    BRAMHAM PARK. ,IMPORTANT SALE. SPLEND)IDSTUD OF HUNTERS, H ACKS, CARRIAGEa HORSES, COLTS & F1 LLIES.-J- BOULTON baa the honour to annloutice to) N.i-lemnen. Gentlemeit. and the Public. that he is iletratd. to SELL bY AUCTIION. 0" Wednesday. thie RlIetrr.rnth Subscribers-only content

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    3f Farrar. Ipswich-Mary Ann Martin, Askam; Forager, St Turgoose. COASTERS OuTwARns..-London-Mineral, Saville; Royal q Albeit, Noble; Sarah, Clegg; Lord Howick, Farnhill; Active, a r- Ramskill; Sophia, Wallace; Ben Scott, Foster; Oak. Giil; tl i. Silva, Parrott; C. P. T., Townsley; Subscribers-only content

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    Smith t C. P. T., Towns. to icy; George Hutchinson, Seaton;t Providence Goodwill, Tids. an well:, George, Simpson; Lord Howick, Farnhill ,Puiu.U BlFlther, Lcdson. Spaldlng-Aneholme, Hill; Lamb, bse Wht Besig 9Perch:; ElIzabeth, Jackson : Industry, Beart1; Sisters, Johnson Freedom, Boyce Subscribers-only content

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    Ancholme, Hilt: Five Sisters, Atkin. C eiste- Elizabeth and Mary, Nunn. COAnTERS ouTwAisjoe.-London-Union, Bastard ; EBItes, B3 Sm~ith-, Lord ilowlelk, Farnhill: Friendship, Perfect; Claris- As tiassa, Hoylsod t John and Thomas, Townotey:; Henry, pi Brssolret Royal Albert. Nohiet Harmoy, Clegg;t Subscribers-only content

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    Marshall; Silva, Parrott; Felicity, Parrott; Alblon, a Bentley; Nephews, Lund. St. Michael's-Emma, Girling..- t. Maldstone-RubY, Best; Ellen, Swann. Ipswich-Provldence, 6 Farnhill; Ann, Woodall. Wisbeach-Rover, Tyars; Joseph & t. John, Horn ; Jane, Tindle; Ann, Turgoose; Freedom, - Brown. Blakeney-Naom!, Kates. Subscribers-only content

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