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You searched for: Place: Hawksworth, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31, Source type: Newspapers

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    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

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Five Years have been carefully preserved, and atibutsd wi h Game; the Boton Sevices of a I the Tenants of Hawksworth and Meost n. and with any Quantity of Land to the Extent of 10GA. close to the House, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Years. G - Jn gtgric J lc 88l4 f on Qcpiertp I i i The Cleditors acnd Debtorg Of JOHN HAWKSWORTH, Deceaseri. ,LIE CREDITORS of JOHN HAWKS. ORTHS late of Sllistoic, near Brlrticy, in the County of York, White"snith *ud Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HREE LOTIS o)f Valntable FREEgHOLD PROPERTY, wills extensive Cormon-Right to etch Lot, oitualed in the Townships of Menston in and Hawksworth dec LOT Tb be In the Tonnship of MENSTON. I Higlh Rhodes, ill the Occupation of Robert Exley. SU Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5 6 .IRXGA TE DI VIIIOYAT Smith C Esq 20 0 Garland Mr 1 0 Fawcelt Rev R 10 0 Hawksworth Mr 1 0 .Maude and Sons Hodgson Mr 1 0 Messrs 10 0 Coxon Mr I 0 Chorlcy Mr Subscribers-only content

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    EDUCATION. I1HA1?EFLTOWV1N, near LEEDS.-IMISS P. jiaS1ON respeetfully informs her Friends and the f1c~thlat ]her SEMINARY will RtE-Ol'EN for a limited timber of YOUNG5 LADIES onl MONDAY JULY 25th, 251. ~rSSS. F iL S begs to infon'n her. ~/Ul's'iendr and Subscribers-only content

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    Ermiferson Two Sisters, Jacirson : Mary and oN,, If py ,.bus - Humility, Front: ; Two Brothers, Green rW 2e, Hawksworth, Rose., Hawkswortl;. Sps~ding-James .1l'o house, Jackson; Welliirgton, V'blite t William and 70arts, or Ward George. and Susannab, Booth , Subscribers-only content

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    80)-Maldon-Wander, er, Graburn. Woodbridge-Two Sisters. Jackson. WiSbease -Brothers, Rodley- Rose In Jane, Dowling; Nine Brothers, Pvbus. Lynto..Gcorge, Ledson ; Welfare, Hawksworth: Mary, flodding; Vitoria, Rhttades. Boston-Sarah and Elizabeth, Ski3no Steady, Williamson. Spalding-Sea Adventure, Rylatt; Industry, Bear; Mlarthn, Hall. Yarmouth-Ark, Cole; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on immediately, all those TWVO MILLS, suitable for G n. worsted spinning, or other manfacturing purposes, situate on tm e Hawksworth Beck, adjoining the road to Baildon and Shipley, dnow or late in the occupation of Mr. Scholefield, as tenant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    captured. It was fosud that Jesse had also a lien in his possession. The police went to the farmers at Hawksworth, near Otley, where the pri- soners reside, and ascertained that the hens formed a portion of a large quantity Subscribers-only content

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    found that I co: Jcsso had also a lien in lils possession. The police went to nI] the farmers at Hawksworth, near Otley, where the pri- | in soners reside, and ascertained that the hens formed a doe portion of Subscribers-only content

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    part as is within thu Baiodou POllin aDistrict; ilaildon, such paert as is within the Charlestn Polling District: Esholt. Guiseley. Hawksworth, Menston, and Teadorn. ofAt BI'NGLEY, at' the Couirt-hense, on WEDXI:SDAY. the 10th day a2o Soptem~ber next-, at Half .past Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leeds Court-house, per! yesBterday, John Leach, cattle drover, Leeds, was charged to c 8with steeling a heifer belonging to Joisn Hawksworth, the -hutoiser, Ilkley. The prosecutor, it appeared, purchased now the heifer at Skipton, on Monday, and on arriving at Subscribers-only content

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    and Wm. Stapleton. Nemehy- sOltIUI.Molet/s- Mary Moory and Thos. Winterwgill. Nidd-Wil. Morrell and Isaac Knapton. Sforth Staitley-witlt Sleninpfor?.l- sW . Hawksworth and Edward Bull. Nulzvii Whck tlt-HtOw. z. grave-Samuel Gothorpe and Win. Appletesl. Ripotf- Benj. P. Aocough aind Chris. AscouAh. Subscribers-only content

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    Coto Walls, near Mirfield; John Waterhouse, Eeq., aB" WYell ilead, Halifax;, William Walker, Esq., Bolling Hall; iBa Timotjhy Hao-kewortli, Esq., Hawksworth Hell, OtleY;! Samuel Waes.Gurd'm Esq., Hops Hall, Halifax; Jo,"" Bri,-,Esq, GardHouse, Reighlelev %vYm. msirgatroydl Eiq,., Banik Field, near Bingley Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fawkes, Esq., of Farnley-hall, near Otley, ,uld with his usual liberality, caused to be distributed amongst reat the poor of Hawksworth, as Christmas cheer, a file fat rely heifer, which had been previously slaughtered for the pur- ob- pos. SEMT-MONTELY Subscribers-only content

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    smw, a itlantityof wheat and olats in and hattock, urnips an potatoe in tho feld, anda quantity of farming anti Hawksworth Ciittisag Qutarry is within twenty minutes' walk of the by I Headingley anti Hnrsfortb stationts of the North Eastern Subscribers-only content

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    XVI, 2 vole. 21le. ThIEART- nd CROSS. By tle nuitior of " Margaret Ma;itlnd," I vot. The DESERTED HOUSE of HAWKSWORTH, "This story is ecomnmonly well told."-Daily News. ls irset cisid Blackett, 13, Great Alarlboroesgb-strect. G 377I5 OS Saturday, 25th Subscribers-only content

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    WILLIAM EHAWSON ROEwBUC, of Hawkswarth, near Otley, in the oonuty of York (in lodgiggt),e w ibr- .neymnan blacksmith, previously of Hawksworth aforssatd, bloakoksth' Whereat , eta Public Sitting of tbo Court held tahe day. teb g oan s granted an Subscribers-only content

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    NIGHT POACHING AT HAWKSWORTH, NEAR o OTLEY.-YceSterday (Monday), Jeremiah Brook, of Bail- c don, labourer, was brought before Mr. F. Billanm and Ur. A C. H. Dawson, at the Police-office, Otley, charged by John f, Simnpsn, of Hawksworth, gamekeeper, with Subscribers-only content

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