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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cooper, skipton MTr Jacob Smith, Tbirlst Mr Jeohn Pullein, Wotherhy Mr John Britain, RitnGt Mr Beni. Scott, Tralster Mr Johts Gardham, ntierlev 3tr J. N. Lowe, Poctlington Mrs MAary Broadhent, shefied Mr Wim. Porter, Driiiield Mr R~nbert Ward, Seorbro' tir Subscribers-only content

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    Mr Jacob Smith, Thirsk Mr John Pullein, Wetlherby T Mr John Britain, Ripon Mr Benj. Scott, TIn.ecaster T Mr John Gardham, Beverlev Mr J. N. Lowe, Pocklingtan an Mrs Mary itroadbent,Slhefireld Mr Wm. Porter, Drillield Mr tlobert Ward, Scarbro Mr Subscribers-only content

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    I* Pulshdby -1. jq11 ~R, ss Newigae-treet hL1ondon, and Sold by aIl Booksellers, N NINTH EDITION. co THIE PANARAMAofSITd inrcing the Sciences of Architecture, Astronomy, WIJ Chemistry, Eleetricity, Galvanism, Hydrostatics and Hy- tn adraulics, Miagnetismn, Mechanics, Optics, and Pneurmatleco; Subscribers-only content

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    'II : r`1::::Z:!.1l tUi:lLY 5(11.1, purti'ntilt till 11 Deeree ur tile IJ ip V IIIl t of C h;.oiteery m110ide It k hIe Catlle (I GRAV eraefitilJACK- 'f w *l 0., '~l' i of Si 10 .1101. mi sox, Subscribers-only content

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    Pontefrect. On Tteesdssy, atISt. Stephen's chutrel, Hall, by thse Rev. John s5 Deck. Mi'. 'i'ios. GARDIIAM, Of thue uirn of Gardham, Eerie, and Woal to HfANNA., otdest daughter of the late Mr. so loisurv PA l's, all of that place. Subscribers-only content

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    was taken to the Beckett nospital-Tii cross-examination, the witness said that he borrowed the revolver on Monday night from Hiarry Gardham. Tae deceased had snapped it several tines, and it was the barrel with the shot im it l that Subscribers-only content

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    GERMANY AND SCHLESWIG-HOLSTElN. The Natihno& Gazette of Berlin contains the fol- lowing artiole, from a pernsal of which it will be per- ceived that the Sohleswig-Holstein dispute is likely to assume a -new phase, in consequence of the accession Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stockyard, and witness said he didn't know, he thought g not. Prisoner slept in the stable that night. .0 William Gardham 'was a servant with Mr. Horsley. s- Knew the prisoner, and saw him in his master's stable Lhe ls Subscribers-only content

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    and Mr. Enatwood, of ClitDeros, aleo tock first prizes in their TI Mrlases ; and Mr. Ga . Lee, of Gardham, Beverley, Lord Wi n. he .lock, Captain Gunten, of Wetherbys and bMr. Lovell, of ta , Naffertee, Drifflekl, cecond Subscribers-only content

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    fiutehinson, E~q., Solieit-' of Harewood Bill, Daarlingteon. DA. LF__Selft. 8th, at Wellington-terrace, Hull, aged 69, Wm. Leo, F t of Gardham. NrcreoLsor.-Sept. 12th, aged 77, William Nicholsn, Els-l-, 3.1., 1 Nicholson House, Sundegalard. PrurNeeLr.-Sept. 10th, at Blackheatli aged 57. Armr Subscribers-only content

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    large FRENCH GOAT; gives 3 quacrts T of milkperiday, Price £2. Alce Two KID)Sby thelabove,,abill cid nanny. Price £1. AddresasG. Gardham, llookseller, Beverley. C 8011 DIANOFORTE.-To P (7RCHASERS. -An0 exquisitely ,Jlfcsipred walnut semi-cottage PIAINO, trichord, sewen octaves, ca gieteredi keys, Subscribers-only content

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    3 quarts eofrmilk per day. Price £2. AlsoTwo RIDS by the above, a billy and nanny. Plice £1. Addrass G. Gardham, Bookseller, BcvcItrley. C 5518 T3)I AN2 0F O RT' ,-T o P U RC HA SE RS.-lAtn uxetsquiesi toely Subscribers-only content

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    to take his trial at the Salford sessions. A FEMALE QUACK CHARGED WITH MAN- sT.AUon1aTE.-At the Hull Police-court, yesterday, Mary Gardham, an aged woman, was charged with causing the death of Alice Jacques, a child three years old. On the Subscribers-only content

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    N~aus bD nurtw 3'BOCKLE SHARP, Auctiofclerl ArbltrStC±. and isValooec, Bradford Sa~le Roomn 28, Wvel1j4tri-i, lt adr n-I Gttyatiaeiy'st ' London. Adnsncns'Caohat po0 heo csis etndIri to Assi&Omefltl, Distraiots, &. ' sacts as ConpLl~r or Arbttl,-". arid mates Val~tftiOns for Subscribers-only content

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    respectably dressed lad, sixteen years of age, was charged with assaulting Edith Beagley, a girl in the employ of Mr. Gardham, at Staines, as murse. .'The complainant said thathbetweensevesn and eight o'clock on Srrturday.evening Smith pushed against her, put his Subscribers-only content

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    a la~rge proportion of the prizes. Among the other.-prize winnters and exhi- bitors ware Messrs. L. Mellor, Rt. Leighton, W. Gardham (gardener to Mr. Rt. Wigramn), J. Lewaby.(Faruley), A. Lrambert (Bramley), J. Varley, H. Peacock, Bi. Myers, J. Teale, Beanse, Subscribers-only content

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    parish the Vicar nominated Mr. Gao. Cussons and Mr. John Stamford; and for the parish the old wardens, Mr. T. Gardham, draper, and Mr. J. D., Tnompson, hairdresser, were nominated, together with Mr. F. C. Marshall, schoolmaster,-and Mr. G. Robin- Subscribers-only content

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    Marshall, Major Preston, Rev. C. he J. Wall (Sproately), Rev. J. Whatiety (Rise), Rev. Canon hi Padget (Welter), Mr. Lees (Gardham), Mr. Hebbletliwaito, tAi &c. &C. in The Csss ANnw said be felt that some apology was due at: to Subscribers-only content

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    o iamrstock . ., ,,, 10 P.O. Wrighlt, a Outtarn, b Hainastok 4 ran out .... . ........ 4 P.O. Gardham, o Outram, b Hain. istoek ., . 0 ib Hainstock .. 0 P.O. Waudby, b O atram . 0 Subscribers-only content

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    and Mrs. C. Waistell, I Northallerton;' Miss Tawzell; Mr. and Mrs. Walter, Kirby Fleatham, Miss Elwes lMrs. Booth, and Mr. Gardham, Warlaby Grange; fir., Mrs. and Miss P. Itobson, Mr. C. .". Robson, Milk Hill; Mr., Mrs.; Miss, and Mr. Subscribers-only content

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