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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the other. YenRDsXY SALE OF SnBonoaNs.-This important fixture is announced for Fnday, April 26, when about fifty animals of the Foggathorpe, Faintail, GVwnne, J., and British Belle tribes, the property of Mr. Y . and Miss Graham, will be sold Subscribers-only content

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    the Whitaun week. This _ will bh the second time that the s6ciety has visited South Wales. ' At the Foggathorpe railway crossing the bailiffs vent to seize the furniture of a mast residing there, and on their f arrival Subscribers-only content

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    Hemming, Bromsgrove, 68 guineas for " Duke of Charminglansd ; " tho Belgian Government purchased "The Baron" and " Prince Foggathorpe " for 112 guiucas; whilst Mr. J. J. Sharp's "Favourite" sold to Mr. German, Ashby, for 60 guineas, The Subscribers-only content

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    who took second, WAS .g sold to Mr. Humphrey for 63 guineas ; while " Lord Jus- [ e tice Foggathorpe," the third prize animal, fetched 65 1 guineas, being kInocked down to Messrs. Buhrbeek. Thec followiig were some of Subscribers-only content

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    cow named " Foggathorpe," and Mr. Graham bought the winner for 110 guineas. This cow was matedwith his own bull, "Duke of Northumberland," for whi& he had refused. 3,000 guineas, and thus commenced the celebrated - "Foggathorpe" strain. The object Subscribers-only content

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    JennIngs Richard, Driffield Jennings Robert, Storwood Jennings William, Appleton Jessop Sidney, Sheffield Je,s..p John, Barnsley Jewuison Chrlstr., Rothwell Jewitt William, Foggathorpe Jeyea Samuel. Weston Jolson William, Market Weighton Johnes Rev. T. W., Malton Johnison William, Pockllngton Johnson Ralph, uitto John-oil Subscribers-only content

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    Eshsten- !MalgraVe The EarL of, Lyth 1 onlc- Hidson William, Topsllffq mlteehamp J. G., Beverley Killam Thomas Statfortlh MAlugrave ThoB, Foggathorpe 1 one King George, Aberford MyersJohnI, Bevjerley. I ttn King James, Newby - MIyers Joseph ShefUld I reat Kiplin Subscribers-only content

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    for thse Acaster.Jolsiu. Themne Jentisois John, North prod. 50frAddiF.0l1 Jamnes, A skrigg ilighorni sevork Aurey floury C.. lKitgthoTp5 ,Jewett Win., Foggathorpe rniv Allets Ralph, Ferriby Johnson John, Clayton pi eld AudOJhiork Jones Joseph, jone. Bull malts- A tkinsron J. G., Subscribers-only content

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    Pon. teiract Mudd Christopher, Rookwith Moigrave TThe Harl of, Lythe Murgatroyd Pickles, Keighley M usgrave C. B., Halifax Musgrave Thos., Foggathorpe Adyers John, Beverley Myers Hobert, Thurross hlyers 'Ihomas, Sawley Myers Thomas, Leeds Myeie Wnm., A rthington Myer e Win. Subscribers-only content

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    through the township of Whel- tdra ke, where there is a coivetrient laurding, llarlethorpc is about one mile from the Foggathorpe ard BPbwiili high field stations, on the Selby aud Alarket Weighton Rfailway. Air. William Mosely will show the timber Subscribers-only content

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    goldig or fi, W. Harrison. Holme; 2, W. Featherstone, joane. Harone yesa=Ig gelding or tilly. W. Harrison; 2, R. Smith, Foggathorpe. Nag yearlin gelding I or filly, F. Pemberton, Goole; 2, BF Suddaby. Two-yea-old himting geldingorfly, llfr. Brown, Warter; 2, Subscribers-only content

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    1i entries. i dlfrom, Best two-years old coaching filly, £2, R1. L. Wilson, Sooth Dalton; holds 2niddo.. £1, James Yougluili, Foggathorpe. 3entries. chailm Beet three-yours old roadster gelding, £2, Messre. Smith, Shipton ; meet 2nd do., £2, T. Annual, Popploston. Subscribers-only content

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    produced, and either together or in the following lots:- Lotl A.LL that valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, AJ comprising the mranor of Foggathorpe, and a farm- house, with garden, orchard, and all requisite outbuildings; a public- house and shop, several cottages, carpenter's Subscribers-only content

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    At the Ringeq Arms Inn, Patelety Blridge, near, Ripenr, on TesiOay~l, 11e6 ,Sixth (lay of Otober, 1803, at three o'lc Ok P.M. T HRE HUNDED an SEVNTY-FIVE OAK TREE, vayin in jeefrom5 fet t 80feet of timber Fer tree. Subscribers-only content

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    `~alt bp Ructioll. Auctioneero' Salo Rooms. Darley-Stroist, Bradford. To Amateuor Florists, Geintlemen. Gardeners, and Nurserymen. Moo-E. HARDWICKS and BEST have received instructions to Soil by Auction, on .tosdory, the Fifth cday of October instant, at their II Rooms, in Subscribers-only content

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    before Mr. Scholfield, J.P., at the Town 31 Hall, Howden, on the charge of robbing Mr. G. Greaves, of ot Foggathorpe, near Howdon1, of his purse, containintg about M £4 inll money. Mr. Greaves had attended the fair on Fri- Subscribers-only content

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    in his moutrt whilst crossing the fold-yard, which was fuol of straw. The two others, respectively at Ottringham Grange and Foggathorpe were undoubtedly incendiary. A farm ser- vant named iforan was committed to take his trial at York for the Subscribers-only content

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    Foggathorpe, Mr. Taylor, coroner, held an inquest on view of, the body of William Saint Paul, aged fifteen, a farm servant. The deceased, who was a strong hearty lad, was in the employ of Mr. Wm. Ward, farmer, of Subscribers-only content

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    train of waggons between Selby and Market Weighton. Some of the waggons had to be left on the siding near Foggathorpe station, and what is called a "f ly shunt" was made. Whilst standing on the buffer of one of Subscribers-only content

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    Rudd; BubwIth, Thomas Pratt; Cheapsides, James Watson; Cotness, William Robinson; Eastrington, Charles Vause; Ellerton Priory, David Nutt; Faxileet, Joseph Lockwood; Foggathorpe, Wiiliam Vickers; Gilberdike, Williamson Simpson; Gribthorpe, Edward Jenkinson; Harlthorpe, Thomas Ripley; Hemingbrough, Lionel Tomlinson; Holme-on- Spalding-M"oori William Brown, Ralph Subscribers-only content

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