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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Paper become notorious for its misrepresentations, which are usually copied into the Courier:- A Reformer, in the neighl.osurhood of Horsforth, has been busily employed in collecting subscriptions to relieve the Manchester sufferers. Havin, obtained about four pounds, from his Subscribers-only content

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    sister of the late celebrated Major Cartwright, and daughtereof William Cartwright, :gsq. of Marnhamn, Notts. On the 6at tlt. at Horsforth, Sirs Martha Stables, in her 90th year Suddenly, Mr Richard Brooke, of Barnsley, solicitor. The deceased bad just fioished Subscribers-only content

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    dealer in snalqt. [iAdligtoo audDo. Bedfordvrow W. Blaxlarnd, W. -Rinderand T. K~ay, Leeds, cloth-merchants. [Wiglesworth and Ridsdale, Gray's-ion. J. Stables, Horsforth, 1Yorksh. money-scrivener. [Hardwicke and Guest, Law. rence-lane. F. Wragge, Preston, stationer. fAdlington and Co. Bedford-row. Friday, Oct. 28. 3 Subscribers-only content

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    Sunday schools. Again, on Tuesday last, at the West Riding ma- gistrates'office at Leeds, Messrs Hutchinson, Milner, and Co, of Horsforth, were summoned before the magistrates on the complaint of Mr John Heath- cote, superintendent of factories, for working three Subscribers-only content

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    Lewis, Abergavenny, victualler. B AN KRU prCY AN N NULLES.-W. Craven, Horsforth, Yorkshire papermamufacturar. 20 BANKRUPTS. J. Mould, Newgate st. cheemeronger. [Hutchison, Crown et. Threadneedle st. T. Ball, West st. Soho, licensed victualler. [Fry, Cheapside. I. Alexander. Chiisvell st. Finsbury Subscribers-only content

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    Leeds, cloth mner chant-Feb. 11, B. B. Cross, New Woodotock, Osfordshire, clover-Feb. It, J. Wallis, Coventry, victualler-Feb. 5, C. Fletcher, Horsforth, Yorkshire, cloth manufacturer-Feb 5, T. Chontler, Hartford, Cheohire, banker--Feb. 6, J. P. Jack son, Manchester, furrier-Feb. 8, P. Jackso)n, Subscribers-only content

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    were stopping the mills at Stanningley, five miles from Leeds, and plundering the provision shops. They proceeded to Bramsley and Horsforth, about four miles from Leeds, with the intention of advancing thither after turning out the hands of the mills Subscribers-only content

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    Elind court, Fleet street. T. Rawlings, Oheltenhim, auctioneer; [Badhamt and Hough- ton, Gray's inn. ' - - ! D. Hague, Horsforth, Guiseley, Yorkshie, paper hanger. [Sudlow, Sons, and Torr, Chancery lane.. T. Bentley, Rawden, Yorkshire, cloth manufacturer. [Black- burn, Leeds. Subscribers-only content

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    journeyman machine maker. H. Hustler, Yeadon, Yorkslsire, cloth manufacturer. J. Forest, Bradford, Yorkshire, licensed victualler. DIVIDENDS. August 14, D. Hague, Horsforth, Yorkshire, paper manufacturer -August I, C. S. Jackson, Leeds, cloth merchant-July 30, Anne Rebecca Hickman, Abergavenny, Monmontlishire, victualler- August Subscribers-only content

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    Liverpool, bookseller-G. Osborn, Exeter, whip maker-R. Agars, Kiegston-upoo-Hnil. *snolien draper-H. Stucley, Sootisom, War- wickshire, organ builder-J. F. Gee, Leeds and Horsforth, York- shire, linen draper- V. S. U. Lenormand, Regent street, milliner -T. Ratollet, Cambridge, tailor. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. J. Orr, Subscribers-only content

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    inn r E. Spooner, Henley, Staffordshire, butcher. [Chaliinor, Ilaoele J. A. Clarke, Longtou, Staffordshire, china manufacturer. [ Stoke-upon-'rrert. J. Barrett, Horsforth, Yorlcshire, tanner. [Singleton, treat Jve, street. W. Spi ok, Purston Jacklin, Yorkshirc, buitcer. [Lever,l1i ,- road, Bedford row. DIVIDENDS. Subscribers-only content

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    Kent, coal merebants-H. J. Stewart and J. Slocombe, Ramagate, Kent-S. Allen and W. Cox, Leicester, coal merchants-Mary and A. Hutchinson, Horsforth, Yorkshire, farmers-Maria and Priscilla Sparkes and Eliza Rebseca Pumphrey, Houndsditch, silk mercers-H. and R. Ashton, Bryn, Cheshire, brick and Subscribers-only content

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    quality, and tile samo may be said of Cochins. The popular Plymouth ); rocks were well shown, Air. Gott, of Horsforth, ncar Leeds, winning the first with. a grandl pen, to which the er sectioual special prize was also awnarded. Subscribers-only content

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    six drops of water -will drive the emngine eight minutes. It is designed and made by a clock manufacturer at Horsforth. In a Naples letter of the 26th ult. we read 'Madame lfistori being here at present, the happy idea Subscribers-only content

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    out-door relief, chiefly stonebreaking. A NOVEL SWINDLE-At the Keighley Petty Sessions, yesterday, AlbertiJames Foll, a well-dressed young man, residing at Horsforth, near Leeds, was charged with a novelty in swindles. He went to the Queen's Hotel on Tuesday, and on Subscribers-only content

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    WRUlirT, Grilt Yarmloalh, chemist. druggist, and deneiat. CrollriLoS Dunosr, Tunstall. CUARnLEs NICirOLSON, Bialky, eolelseliro, chiemist and'druggist. AennlosN NIlCHOLLS. Soaiti View, Horsforth, and EXlii Buildiugs, Aire Street, Leeds, wool merchant. BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. HTENRY Aroons, 'Park Walk and Lots RBod, Chelsea, MAliddleser, Subscribers-only content

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    At Derby Quarter Sessions, OeL Tuesday, William Sunitlh, a masa l4 years of age, late assistaut-overseer of thle parish of Horsforth, near Leeds, was sentenced to t-Il7'5 mIuonths' imprisonment, for defrauding the midland Ral i way Company of the seum Subscribers-only content

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    rewardl of £500. is offered for evidence leading to the apprehension of the person or persons who fired CookridgE Mills, Horsforth, which a short time ago were burnt doens Tbe remains of Mr. Herry Savile have been removed from the Subscribers-only content

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    CASE.-At the West Riding Police Court, Leeds, yesterday, James Harling, formerly manager of Mr. J. H. Charlay's silk mill at Horsforth, was remanded for a week charged with having wilfully set fire to his master's mill in July, 1881, whereby Subscribers-only content

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    Justice Pearsontthis wvelr decided an action broughit by Mr, Poole3 a chemist at Bath, against Mr. Pointon, a baker at Horsforth, for ati alleged infringement of a patent sn makitig brown bread. The defendant alleged that the plaintiff's patent was Subscribers-only content

 

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