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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1225, P. Alsing (W1andtworl.h) 17, J. Famie, (onden) `ki, 3. Ji~mieson (London) 22. E. Bareisey (,North W lici20,, A_ Simmnunds (Haxton) 17,anti H. Iheropaeso slKentish Towrn) 23~,4. The setond round nlod isnal heat will ha, dWerded neat Saturday. W1ALKicNec MATCH Subscribers-only content

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    of Sir Thos.- byBaring, Bart. .,f Stratton Park. 1 Sa1me day, Mir. James Ernest Fletcher, butcher, to Miss Eliza. tobethi Haxton, both of this towvu. Ir- Same day, at 'Whiston, hy the Rev. E. Garfitt, B M, ar. n- Charles Subscribers-only content

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    by the following speakers :--Dr. Murray, the. Rev. J. AVatson, ty last of Scirbro', Henry Reed, Esrq., Mr. Frankisli, of Haxton, use, he- the Rev. Gervase Smith of Wakefield, and the Rev. W. rnor Of Arthur. hi the evening a Subscribers-only content

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    tion The pavilion in Which it 'Was held was densely ( crwedtrogot the afternoon. The judges were Messrs.t Watson, Gledow, Haxton, gardener to Lady A. Ingilby ; I~ Morton, Coft, Darington. The annexed is a list of prizes aivarded ci~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Subscribers-only content

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    the tacet that on his hit. pci-son were found a considerable nuioihr of letters addressed l to "Mr. 0. Al. Haxton, Psioiting Coonpammy's Office, Kirle- intilloch." Next the door lay the two women close tegether-tho one being Mrs. Honey-moos, floe Subscribers-only content

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    that of a gentlensan who had ok been crushed to death, and who is supposed to be a Mr. 'o. Haxton from Hirkintilitoeb, frost the fact tisat on Isis c( a' persots were found a considerable nuniber of letters addrs-oed Subscribers-only content

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    ISA . triO TAILORS.- Wstd is-las oT'A] ad IL TROUSERS HAN-DI weekly wages,. Non-unionists - only. __I Apply' Woolley and Haxton, Upp'er-biton-street. _ W ATirED, a first-class GRAINEiffit- constant work to a euttable VI VV mat). Good, references requii-ed as Subscribers-only content

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    a firet-laos COAT HAND and Trousers THand; weekly wages; nou-nnionists only. Also stout alice lad, about18, as Trimmer. Apply Woolseyand Haxton, Tower 3uildings, UpperAlbion-street. 'WANTEDI. a competent moo, capable of workinag one of White's Ap, opeWire Strap Sewing Maohines. Coustant Subscribers-only content

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    MtAKERS wanted. .P. Til arid sad T tion, New Brisegats. O5 fAILORnS.-Good COATI HANDS wanted, immediately. Apply T 1.Woolley and Haxton, TUpper Albion-street. d 0 Tli OR.-Waned itret~-clese COAT and VEST MAKLERS;, Ttwle out. Address P41,4Iercory-office, Leeds. 14 &3ILOEB,--Wanted, steady Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all others. Also idaterfamilinsr Ps, a tasteless anti eliiert sbtitrte for Castor Oil. Price 2ei~d per tox. Depot: East 11usd Haxton, London, N. 482 GOUT. RHEUMATISM, dC.-All who suffer from gout, rheumoatism, sheomatic gout, lrabgo scatic, pan nthe r tad, Subscribers-only content

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    'Square, London, ady Brooke, Colebrooke, of a dauxghter. FAI I FAX-July 29, at Haxton, St. Boswell's, N.B., Lady Ramsay Fairfax, of a son. FULTON-\-July 23, at Sairtfield, the wife of Thomas Fulton, M.D , of a daughter. G kgDXER-August 2, Subscribers-only content

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    7st 131b MrI. F. _Nixon's Lady Miles, 7st 131b: Mr. T. Lindsay's Italiats Girl filly, 7st I2lb; Mklr. 3. Coates's Haxton, 7st 1 IOlb. F~rtune ellrATOde alr{ettGS ct ~d o Londesborough Narsery-Wansbedk, Quartn2.. Alexandra Plate, Matrimony. AnDITIONfArj ARRIVALS. Madame Judas, Subscribers-only content

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    Sacklirag Cheesinan, elsl-yord, Doctor'c-commens. estate-agcli Julius David herrtnainn IPrirls-strst, Salts -picture-dealer Josepis Barrett, Colt-street. Limeirouse, pastrycook VWilliant Cooper Bennett, Bridpcrt-pllete, Haxton, emnisius proprietir John Little. Sr. George's-road, Ntew Kent-read, Sturrey, lightarnian Frederic La wreinee, ilobert-street, C'hielsea isaac Tlioiraiitson, Duke-street, Liicohit's-int-flreids Subscribers-only content

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    FAILING INTO BOILING TALL6W.-On Saturday a frightful occurrence took place at the extensive candle manufactory of Xr. Fontaine in East-street, Haxton. It appears that S'aturday was the principal melting day at Mr. Fontaine's factory, and James Davis i wasemnployed at Subscribers-only content

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    Scho~oling, jamecs-otreet, Cford- Ei. Cinch, Lyall-place, Eaton-square otreet Mtr, roll, Caleihorerc-strcer, Gray's Mr. tianecek, Borough-roadl TI inn-road Dir. Rging-, Aske-street, Haxton Ph.. Pzesy, Itigh-etrest l'pa .Butterfield, FouatilitotrtaceO, 'A II.Plgi, '3, Cniton-tcraesD Bforogh os Crnegrv, Idollowaycn Mr. Bsly, Cainsfilrd-trect, ose Mtr. Subscribers-only content

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    FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS. - ------s- Th* This age soill lwahsc be found interesting to _Licensed Tictallers, azd the operations of the LrITED Towys' ASSOCIATION AND LCERNSED VIC- TCALLERS DEFENCE LEAGUE are peebisieed sunder thi'i own s02per1eotc'enenee. ufitetd Towns' Association Subscribers-only content

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    seven days previously to the doy of sale; cod printed particulars then obtained of C. W. DaViS, REq., 4, Charlce-square, Haxton; at Garraway's; and at the Auctioneer's, 651, Oxford street, corner o1 Tottenhaua*court-road. Blackwall Railway. [R. J. J. ORGILL is Subscribers-only content

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    voiue R. Wrurs SooTCH TEErios (ounder 71)-Claus 44. let, Mr W. M'Donald, London, silver cup value 4; Wd, Mr It. Haxton, London, ditto valuce 3; 3d, Mr IV. Graham, flrompton, ditto vaiue R. FAwx ScorcE TEcocase (over 71b)-COlass 4. let, Subscribers-only content

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    at the lindiati A rms, Ursapoit, Solicitors, 1Mcaars. Holmes Aw ml and Co. New Inn. he T, Rhomides, jon. Queen-treet. Haxton, glass-mouaaater, IY May 1.5, 212, June 19, at Giuildhall. Solicitor, Mr. Betaner, Token hollae-vanrd. th . Lowe sod BI. Subscribers-only content

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    conceal his. ealtultation. Sc r THE CLAIMANT ON THE STAGII.- The claimant appeared twP onFiayeehg at the Great Theatre at Haxton according 20' to tho hills,"'elpolsitively the last time." Thare was a very co, large audience, that greeted his re-appearance Subscribers-only content

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