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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sen., and E. J. White, Hartley row, Southampton, grocers-S. Makant and C. Watson. Oaken- shaw, near Bury, calico printers-J. lg. Hawksworth, J. Ellison, and J. Moss, Ssefiteld, Yorkshire, merchants; so far as regards J. 3toss-F. Brown and G. Clark, architects-H. Subscribers-only content

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    adjourned for a week.-On Tuesday morning, about seven o'clock, William Davies, a gamekeeper in the service of Mr Horsfall, of Hawksworth, near Bradford, was shot by a poacher, named JArES WALLME, in a wood close to the house where Davies Subscribers-only content

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    loss of nets cut adrift. Waller, the poacher who on the 5th inst. deliberately sb4hthe gamekeeper to Mr Horsfall, of Hawksworth hall, near Otley,.appre- hended in a barn about two miles from the scene of the tragedy. He was concealed Subscribers-only content

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    from the Journal of the Hon. Impulsia Gushington. (Oblong 8vo, pp. 48, and Twenty-four plates.) Murray.-' The Deserted House of Hawksworth.' In Three Volumes. (Post 8vo, pp. 322, 333, 358.) Hurst and Blackett.-' Grace of Glenholme.' In Three Volumes. By Subscribers-only content

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    doubt one of the misfortunes arising from mixed marriages: the same argument had been pressed in the case of Hawksworth v. Hawksworth, and the decision of the Court thereon was the same that he felt bound to give, viz., that Subscribers-only content

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    AND PUNCHES, AND THE WHOLE OF THlE TOOLS, METALS, STOCK, MATERIALS, AND EFFECTS, Of the eminent Firm of HOWARD and HAWKSWORTH, of Sheffield, IITILL be SOLD by AUCTION, (in consequence WV of the death of Mr. Hawkslworth, and retirement of Subscribers-only content

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    linprovenusnts in thrashing maechines, and in raising anid staciking straw aci d other agricultural prodlcts. Dated September 10, 1501. Samecel Hawksworth, Doncaster, improveneits ice the ma nu- facture of floor cloth, and ill orinuanliting othLr suerfaccs. Dated September 19, lS-il. Subscribers-only content

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    Cloud, innkeeper. J. HARCOM, Swansea, builder. M. HARDISTY, Hudderafield grocer and manufacturer. J. STEEL. Wortley, boot and s3oe maker. T. HAWKSWORTH, Leeds, cmrrier. E. ALMOND, Gilderson, cloth manufacturer. W. L. ROYSTON, Flint, druggist. 'S. DENTON, Liverpool, commission agent, M. RUE, Subscribers-only content

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    he contended, be precedents to entitle him to cross-examine the petitioner upon certain points of her evidence. The nase of Hawksworth v. Showlaw, re- ported in Keersly, was a case In point. At the conclusion of the learned counsel's address, Subscribers-only content

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    F. tlotwlrlr Valter. Rachel Busych. Bshye~ Ja. Rbr A-MFL Green Jann . .JRobhert. W inas P. d~e votone, A. H3. Hawksworth. Also. rfn6 Old ENGRA&VINgS5;, OHROMC-LITTEOoGoLpF, i' afew handsomne BtOVtZRS. cctnigo ADI A&, IK. STAIID)S, CANDLESTICKS, SRtMOLU CARD TRtAYS, elegant Subscribers-only content

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    at Conisbro', and told him he was anxious to appoint him a vendor of the "PateDt Golden Fluid Marking Inr." Hawksworth agreed to order one dozen bottles, at 8s., and signed his name to the order-book for this, telling prisoner Subscribers-only content

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    P'c:ecc-srousg.-At the Police Court, -esterday-before Lord Hatlierton and Mr. C. Chetwynd, magistrates-threc men, named Thomas Noble, William Harrison, and William Hawksworth, of Pys Green, were charged with assaulting William Simccor, miner. in the Kiug-s Annes Inn, Huntington, on the 27th Subscribers-only content

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    in Ireland, and was at once wired for. He was expected home by last night's maiL The wife of Mr, Hawksworth, the under-manager, was due to return home from a holiday last night. Most of the men are married, and Subscribers-only content

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    throughwe found everything in perfect order, but n everywhere we came across the dead bodies of the entombed miners. Including Hawksworth, the U under manager, and the three other bodies discovered R. on Tuesday night in the office, we saw Subscribers-only content

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    Tenant may a enquire. With brh Houfe will alfo be LET, the TWO Extenfive and d 7 ad3oinirg MANORS of HAWKSWORTH aSao IVtEN- J STON. wich the Mooras ad Wafes to the (Ame belonging, giv;ng an exclulive Range to thc Subscribers-only content

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    t Endeavour, to correct threm. I have thc Honour to be, My LonDs AND GENTLEMEN, Your Illost obedlieut Servant, FRANCIS HAWKSWORTH. Heathj near Wakefield, Oct. 4, i 109. TO TIIE .Aobility, Clergy, and Gentry, Oftlhe West-PIiding of the County of Subscribers-only content

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    til the last H our, I halrethe lonorto be, My OitRDS and GExtirzmN, , Yourr nost obedkent humble Servaistt:- tRANCIS HAWKSWORTH. Pleath, Wakefield, Oct. 2, 1809. S. S The Election will commingce on hNonday lhe Sixth of November, at the Subscribers-only content

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    FLECTION OP REGISTER. ! stated in a Second Edition of our Dape We stated in a Second Edition, of our paper of last week, ttsat tile Election for the Office of Regis- a ter for!the West-Ridfing of this Counts', Subscribers-only content

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    Charles Atkinson, of' Ruby, in the Parish of of Hareitood, in -lhe said County, Yeoman, and Win. El Shackleton. of Hawksworth, irn thle Parish of Otley Ki atoresaid, Farmer, fur rue equal Benefit of theisselves of Wild otlieor (ithe Creditors Subscribers-only content

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    Part of the Stock upon the Farm.. For further Pa ticularit enquire of Mi. K nay, Mr. Goold's Agent, at Hawksworth; or at Mr. Szith's Office, in Oley. Valuable Estates at Copmanthorpe, near York. To be SOLD in LOTS, by Subscribers-only content

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