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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    engneer. ORN Enwrn BELL, Shipley, late of Hanover Square, Bradford, billiard-marker. WILLIAMt TooN, Atherntone, Warwickshire, grocer and builder. WVLaAtN RnY, Girlington, Bradford, Yorkshire, coal merchant. JoHN JNvEwnt, trading as .John Jewell and Co., Citv Road and Stokes Croft, both Bristol, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and colliery pro- prietor, now out of business. EtasoU) AnreHUt Ms&PISnN, trading as William Marsden, Sun Buildings and 310xton Street, Girlington, Bradford, phlotographler. JASTES SUMMERS, Rochester Street and Dundas Street, Bradford, joiner. JOHN WHIrTNEY, Market Street, Keighley, general dealer. ALBERT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Friday night, a terrific explosion of gas occurred at a house inhabited by a Mr. Uriah Bottomley, in Kensington Street, Girlington, near Brad- ford. The cottage is one of a group of stone-built dwelling houses, some double and others back Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cans 'f the Ordr in various ways, including the erection, at a cost of £5, of a Templars' Hall at Girlington, has withdi'SWC l~ie name from the roll of membership of that hod;'. It is ali¶. that Mr. Holden's resignation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at each show held by the society, and this year is of very high merit. The judges were Dir. Hawley, Girlington, Bradford, and Mr. Charlton, Manningham Road, Bradford, both gentlemen being of high reputation in the pigeon-fancying world. Occasionally their Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WRAY, William (c.1555-1617), of Glentworth, Lincs.

    peace of the neighbourhood became disturbed; one of Hickman’s servants was killed in a riot; and Wray, his cousin Nicholas Girlington, and St. Poll were accused by Hickman of fomenting the trouble and impeding the course of justice. Again the


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