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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uts a forts which, talthough brachycephialic, differs most entirely frost the brachiycephmaly of such ancient Eaglish skulls as those from Gristhorpe or CGdfortl. A ny of the above types of skull may be considered by an observer as "1 Celtic Subscribers-only content

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    week, in Maddox-street, Hanover-square, London, Dr. Frederick Rosen, Professor of Oriental Lan. guages at Unsiverslty College, On Monday week, at Gristhorpe, near Scarbrough. In his 56th year, W. Beswick, Esq. magistrate for the East Ridilg and the borough of Scarbrough. Subscribers-only content

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    Coates Geu,, Middlesbrougoh Beresford 1Rev. 5Il. Tielhill Coates Win.. Wilton Best Rev. Fras. Snutib Dalton Cibhi Charles, Matton Beswirk Wilihams, Gristhorpe Cockecoft Jh.Sna an Bethellk SinmneF. Rscae ' Cocklll Joseph, Liversedge Bethet Woo. . R~ceCofid George, Cottirigfiam Bigglos Jonscyb, Skelton Subscribers-only content

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    Servants. Also an excellent Garden. ecle Hot-house and Green-hiouse, with A <Paddock ad(joining,iland nowl Inste Occupation of It. Spofforth, REq. Gristhorpe is in lwthe North Itidin~g of Yorkshire; and is situated in the imame- tadiate Neighbourhood. of the Two fashionable Subscribers-only content

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    B., Whorlton Clarkeon Frni, lmrunoanbay Fe Besviek Thos, B., Gristilorpe Clarkson Wm., KErbyunder- Beswick William, Gitsthorpe dale Fe Beswick George, Gristhorpe Clarkson Matthew, Mlashamn Fe Bethell William F., Rlise (.larkson John, Chsrtry ' Fe Rinks John, Satton Clark3onWin., Goimersall Fe Subscribers-only content

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    at Little Driffield, Mr. B3. FAcWCETT~, bookeeller, SOetI DrIffiald. to MAtcrtto,, daughter of Mr. W, Poariti, statioit Mao- 'Wmn iter, Gristhorpe, late of Dvittield. debit Saece day, at Eaetbrook chapel, B~radiford, by the Rev. Mr. R. Williams, M~r. Joiiut Gtttietteussut, Subscribers-only content

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    D~rayton. Berriannan Jso0,iSen., Lockton Cokeky Peter, Cottingliami BiheWIck Thomas Kaid, Gris- Cocklaill Johis, Liveroedge thorpe Coekhill Joseph. Liversedge eowick William. Gristhorpe ColmanJohn, York Bothell IValliani P., tRiee ClrlLwr rhod Binliam Ediwaard, Shelhiold Colti Migls tilins HullClirve Mins oha.SutoniCoits William, jun., Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. JosPH ESower, of Bradford. Same day, aged 74, Mr. SAAmURL IREI, of Bradford, late of Wakefield. Same day, at Gristhorpe, aged 29, JoHu WILSOX. youngest ton of the late GEo. BReWICK, Esq., of Scarbro'. Same day. at Harrogate, aged Subscribers-only content

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    Berrisford Peter, Btuckdlen Cockhill Jothu, Liversedge Bertwluiitlo Stczk,. Gargravo Cockblill Joseph~, Livensedgo Berwick Charles. Gisburn. Colem~an John. lurk Beewick Thormas, Gristhorpe Culling '11somaS, Rlton. Beowiok.Wmn.. Gristliorpe Collins E5. A., Scrive~n Bethell William F., Rtise Collins NWillidin. Scrivert Biddle Rev. Jolun Subscribers-only content

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    Quebec. Tire passengers consist chiefly of agricultural labourers from the surrounding neighbounrlood,viz.,Cayton, Staxtoar, Siser- born, Ayton , Flixton, Heslerion, and Gristhorpe. forty of whom, we nra itaformed, will proceed from Quebec to TIoronto, a very improving locality about 400) miles Subscribers-only content

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    after a short illness, aged 41, Mr. WILLIAM trIIDON, nmason, KirkStall. Same day, MARY, widow of bIr. WILLIAM ATItINSOV, of Gristhorpe. On Sunday week, at Fulford, near York, aged 90, Mr. J. DAvis, formerly of Riccall, near Selby. Same day, Subscribers-only content

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    ditto. Jiln Ke'ek, M.D., J.P., Scarbro'. Alexander Easton, Coroner. Wm. Harland, M.D., JI.P. ditto. Wm. Hoodgson, Ayton. Wm. Beswick, J.P., Gristhorpe. Geo. F. Browujun, Scarborough. Thomnas 1. Besawiek, ditto. Charles Smith, scalby. .John fhesp. Scarborough. Henry Bury, bManchester. Win. Bottomley. Subscribers-only content

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    distance along the perpendicular rocks that rise from Filey Brig under a cover of boulder clav to the summit of Gristhorpe Cliff. Under these run a considerable thick- ness of cale grit beds, which above are hard, rough, and cherty, Subscribers-only content

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    borou gh . 4:13. Propesod History of Hrowden^. a4s. Opening of laeds; and Slby Rail wary. 632-36. Br:rish Tumuins alt Gristhorpe. with plate. 64;. Right Itev. Robert Grasy, D.D., Bishop of Bristol, Pr:ra-' j lDurhaml, abnd late Rector of Craike, Subscribers-only content

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    inhabited 432, and uninhabited 68;* total 500, against 383, the number of houses returned in 1851. The out-town- ships of Gristhorpe and Lebberston contain between them 353, or an increase of nine in ten years. The number of houses in Subscribers-only content

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    (Balaemoteoa) having floundered into shal- low water, was left by the tide, a few days ago, upon the beach under Gristhorpe Cliffs, near Scarbro'. It measured nearly forty feet in length. It was discovered by a man who was shooting Subscribers-only content

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    free or by pert for one stump. F 20089 d East-parade, Leeds. on Valuably Freehold and Leasehold Property', situate at Gristhorpe, u? ks, Scalby, Buruiston, and Falsgravs, in the county of York By Mr. I. H. HALLIIIAY, at the Bull Subscribers-only content

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    - or WRIGHT e nd WATE"WORlTHI, Solicitors, Eeighloy. November 2Bth, 1880. F 20810 Valuable Freehold and Leasehold Property, situate at Gristhorpe, Sealby, Burniston, and Falrave, in the county of York. By Mr. J. B.. HAIDAYr, at the Bull Hotel, in Subscribers-only content

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    Stilborn's condition was reported as favourable on f Sunday. FILEY.-A CHAPTER OF AwOIDENTS.-On Friday I morning, Mr. Middlewood, butcher, of Gristhorpe, drove, as is his usual custom, to Filey market for the sale of meat, &c., and having a call Subscribers-only content

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    having been twice embedded in the snow, and having to be dug out with spade and shovel. The road to Gristhorpe was completely blocked sop, so that the foot (post) messen- gor to reach it was obliged to be sent Subscribers-only content

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