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    TRANS.CP.1666/5

    Participant: JohnThomason [Thomason] Role: appellate Details: male; Churchwarden of the parish of Leigh Location: Leigh (Lancashire) Place(s): Leigh (Leigh) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Leigh (Lancashire) Place(s): Greenfold(Greenfold) : undefined West Leigh (West Leigh) : undefined Pennington (Pinnington) : undefined Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

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    the purpose of acquiring- on most favourable terms, andweorkin g the well-known, extensice, . and valuable mineral fields of Tarbrax, Greenfold, and Cebbinehaw. .in the county of Lanark, Scotland, and the Crude Gilseocks at Tar- bmx; nine the extensive Oil Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    for one or two young Lndies A engeged during tho dayR. Itecoe required.-Address, I 13, - . ir-upseor Aartussmisto Let,-11, Greenfold Calth~~riSO Round., 05~o787 D0N.EY (l.,Tiust Money, to be Lent en Mortgage-Apply, 22, Temple Strieet., ellOS I IMONEY. r 16,000Wanted Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    t" iL 'tlurBill ititehellt25. florily (alelall 01 t,5I i 4 7, 14m- Br~ge - a~lut n Lt, ilteIihSee,'oiul AS~tt 113. Greenfold Ceoseelle Ciatiolsraa 's110' litth e t bard, cieSRe - Good Aha~t1Oicl1s file a hentleman or ( A~a-, Tiw Grll00StretOiv Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    n i'toxir, Lirreolnos Inn, Corpmoriation St~reet. c2O4 '51 AIRBORN4E -To he Let oirol, Lo preeiscsantly'sittigeed in I - . 1.8 Greenfold oacotjnn two rece tivon livemd' rinus, i is kit-l~eir, tire] sauley gyeilone &-All',Thomias Phmillips, cool metelsley lane , or Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    H surrendered to his bail to saswer a c-lb e l, Ceethsa Wands and Harrms Wnt $g living at 23. Greenfold Sereet COn' cil-t'c evidence given by the proseoction wsNO-h eiu; several inaeoendent nwineSses ctled i:ct ct et Several genttlemen Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    FIGEiT FOR THE OHAMPUO)NSHIP Of ENGLAND. (PRESs AssOlATION TEaEGRAS.) A fight for the championship of England and a stake of £300 a side, in addition to a largo amount in bets, was decided near Paris yesterday. The pugilists. Alfred Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    I X B 0 X D.A j B.. A Yorkshire Story. .B MRS. G. LINNIEUS BANES, Authoress of "}God's Providence Hoase," "'The Man. chester Man," " In His Own Hand," &c. CHAPTER XXIX. U'OIE TOM. Stealthily the meetine hiad Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and in a suaden outburst told him, "You will never see Jobn any more. lie has bees shot in attacking Greenfold Miii. He was a Luddite, Bonjy." Taen again her sorrow found vent in tears. Benjy did his best to Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    among the WelDhers. Great Cast-Messrs Henry Bdradford, E. Fitzodavis, J. Weymark, Henry Mayhew, B. Merchant, B. Vincent, J. BaJer, Warburton, Greenfold, Percival, Walter Roberta; Meadaums Lonisa Sammers, Mire Ivory, C. Jones, Walters, Lichey Branch ; folloved by Comic Concert. Miss Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Ststicla Dewsbury... ~~~9 q5 s p ra. Huddersfiold Warrington.... . arrivo 3 20 Miarsdn .9A 10 Liveripool ....... 4 15 Greenfold ....... 10 2f) Stockport . .3 20 Staleybridge . . Manchester ..... 3 3 410 Llverpoti .......... 10 45 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    An Insanitary Farm.- The Sanitary Inspector (Mr. Marshall) stated that Dr. Mackay having reported a case of dysenteric diarrhoea at Greenfold Farm, Tatham, the property of Captain Gerrard, he visited the place on the 29th ult. The house stood in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of Hugh Armistead as Tenant thereof Also, all that ESTATE or FARM, in the said Parish of Tatham, called " Greenfold." consisting of a Messuage or Dwelling-House, Barns, Stables, Shippons, and other Out-buildings, and 62 Acres ot LAND, or thereabouts, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    read the de- cisions of the judges, which were as follows :- 1st price of £i 10s. John Harrison, of Greenfold, Tatham, farmer : and. £1 10s., Kendal Wilson, of Park House, Leek farmer; Srd. £1 Thomas Whitfield, of Common Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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