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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    do 4 agst 'anta, 3 to t agst Sheet Lighstning, 4 to 1 agst Seville colt, 6 to I agsk Holystone, and 8 to 1 agst Dear Bargain. Seville colt led alt tinny, and son by half at lengtt * Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tuba colt, 9t 4~ agat Mona Meg, 7 to I agst L'Excepelon, 8 to 1 agstNovelist, 100 to 7 agat Holystone, and 20 to 1 agst any other.-Holyatone led -to the distance, where Mono Meg tsok the lead sod won Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sold for 200 soy's, if for 100 allowred 71h, for 50 12th ; maidens alloweed 31b. Five furlongs. -Mr. Heasnean's Holystone, 7st 14th .......... Morrell 1 Mur. Greave's Vesper, fist lib .C....... . Wood 2 lar. Silvester's Toledo, 8et 7th........... Subscribers-only content

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    b Ps (60) Begent 3yrs (50) Whirlpool, 4 yrs (S0) Fronsllnoila5 yrs (50) Gisela, i yrs (b0) Merrymake, 4yrs (50) Holystone H.,Sy(S0) Sparkler, 3 yra (50) Arabi, 4 yrs (50) Passaic, 5yra (50) Rarebel II., 3 yrs (S0) Katerine, 5 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. RACING NOTES. Sol Tleeweather onthe opening day of the Derby meeting was La fine, and although dull during the morning the sun shone while Pa the racing ivas goicig on, and the attendance wee a good one. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    irIwseen well grounded in Greek and Latin, that when I h yI event to the college of St. Hollys of Holystone, near Itch- c ,eday enwell, besides knowing the Latin and Greek gramnmarslby f ' took heart, 'I had mastered Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nerrltteha erlattd, Ueiapelry of Holystone. Lo by Mr. 11OIST.'DONKIN, Auctioneer, at, flee Crotral Station Hotel,- Nsowatlrosieo-Trite, etc Sotteedae, 1he Fsec'h daye of Ateptistf sect, T cit t5o o'ctekm tislet aftoestoisl plcriseir, rr'HE VILLAGE end ESI"ATTE of HOLYSTONE 'snd 90 it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coi~1lToont Fishi)ng, in 8h essueta, so Fiiouirth stoic c~ iitlis angers. attooclock irs threofternoen peecise'y THE VILLAGE end ESTATE of HOLYSTONE and TWOODHfALL, in the Chapeiry of Helystose. ribout; coven mites frcom the Rothbbry Station of the -eth Boltiqh Iieilw'ey, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    two lengths; a bad third. The BovENEY PLATES of 100 guineas, for to'o-year- olds. Five furlongs. MuLs Heg (Caunon) 1 Holystone (Giles) .2 Novolist (Archer) . Also ran-Winifred Mary, MIorgan; Tuba colt, S. Loates Nlla, Winuwri-ht W Who Can Tell, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mile FPshliog Plate-Mr. Gilbert's Flexible, 2 yrs; dir. Bird's Sunstroke, 2 yes; Mr. Greenall's M\errvma~ke, 4 yes ; Mr. IFleasinan's Holystone, 2 yrs; Mr. S~avage's Petunia, 2 yes; Isr. Bates's Hlawthornslide colt, S nras; Capt. Bathuerst's Pan. more, 3 yes:. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (viz., eleven) faoed the starter, and the betting, which took a wide range, eventually settled down in favour of Vancluse. Holystone, however, in Mr. Heasrnan's ,, brown and white belt." did further service for the metalliciemns, good odds always being Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cocktcroft, Mannin-hamn near Bradford, Yorkshire Thomas Scott, Selby, Yo~Ashire, sail maker James Hare, Hungate, York, caliinet maker Richard Graham, junl.. Holystone, Alwinton, Northumberland John Nixon,* Heightown, Northumberlalad, laborer James Barnecut, Liskeard, Cornwall tailor James Whitaker, Stackosteasil, near l9acup, Lancashire Samuel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HALL, NEWCASTLE UPON TINE, FEn. 28. Thomaq Snaith, Belliuglahs, Northumberland, farmer John Nixon. High town, Haltwvhistle, laborer Richard Graham, jun., Holystone, Alevinton, farmer James Snaith. Wooler, Northumberland, tailor AT THE COURT HOUSE, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, Fan. 28. Charles Atkins, Dicksons Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    27ue Goeerner's "'te, with the following c ast:-The Governor, Mr Maiden; Hickory Shor t (Isis factotum), Mr Joseph Davies ;Captain Holystone, Mjor Pick- mere; Lientenant Trevor, Mr J. T. Picica; Nob, Mr. J. J. Webster; Letty Briggs, Mrs Power; Miss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    July 29th, 1884. Through his zealous and self- denying labours, this church and that of St Mary the virgin at Holystone, were restored and beautified. ' Lord I have loved the habitation of Thy house.and the place where thine honour Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Witohoraft (t) 25-1 Tonans (t) CROYDON MEETING.- Fbiday. Cobinthian Plate.- Eineton, 1; Cuba, 2; Leoville, 3. Five ran. Juvenile Plate.- Holystone, 1; Vesper, 2; Toledo, 8. Eleven ran. Wiokham Handicap.- Mrs Mahtprop, 1 ; Result, 2; Crofton, 3. Seven ran. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    went to a private tutor, wbo bad been at school with my father at the college of St. Hollys, of Holystone, near Itchen-'ell. lie was a popular preacher at a small watering place, ani took "six pupils to be treated Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NORTHERN NOTES. The lUflDcbere of the Middlesbrough Sunday School Union will learn with a ciouble sen*, 0 t gratification that Mr Joseph Wright has seen !u- -way to accept re-election to the duumaoaiup 0 f the association of which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Sr A WORKMAN'S MINSTRELSY. In continuation of the notice of tho poems of the late Patrick Clarke, published on Thursday, we now proceed to give a few illustrations of the patriotic and political verses, suggested by a keen. Srtereat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    entree dishes from Mr Backhouse, M.P.- On Thursday the marriage of the Rev. Henry EgdeU Hender- son, of Alwinton and Holystone, Northumber- land, to Evelyn CoUingwood, eldest daughtei of Mr Thomas Fenwick, Redcar, was cele- brated at St. Peter's, Redcar, Subscribers-only content

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