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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clarence Et., gaa-y Parch. Johzi Hughes, D. , vn cel ei gynorthwyo gan y Paroh. Owen Owens,. Parch .Joha Williams. Kirkstall st, M Miss Laura 1L Richardsnmeich hynaf Cadben Richards, St. Omingo Vale, o'r dvef hono. MARWOLAETHA.U; DAVIES.-4r yrr 22ain Subscribers-only content

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    O4n her return about eight o'clock in the evenitg, she sav the prisoner comne out of Burisiston's H ol, at Kirkstall; sie passed I ut and went up the hill, but he ran after her, overtook her, lifted her over Subscribers-only content

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    A. will be published next Tttesday, Oct. al, conltaining the following beautiful subjects :-Mouti of the Ridver Humiber-Warlcworth Castle and Kirkstall AbbeJ.-Rcy~l Quarto, ifs.; Proof8, Imperial Quarto, 14.; India Paper Proofs, ;' Part VII, vwhich will complete thne Work in Subscribers-only content

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    woman, residing in Marsh-lane, gave birth to a child, the third she had produced to a man now residing at Kirkstall. The father had boasted to the mother that he should be exempted from any charge in consequence of its Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    felt at the village of Holbeck, near Leeds, and fbr a considerable distance around. The noise was heard at Armley, Kirkstall, Headingley, and Chapeltown, and at those distant places was likened to the shock of an earthquake, a slight tremulous Subscribers-only content

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    and Goldtinch, Soutobarpton buildings, Chancery lane. C. Walker, Oultrn, Yorkshire, licensed victualler. [Strang- wayes and WalkEr, Barnsrd's ion. E. Etsworth, Kirkstall, Yorkshire, worsted spinner. [Haw. kins and Co. New Bowell colrt, Lincolo's inn. W. Elliott, Wakefield, YVokskiobe, corn factor. [A.dicigton Subscribers-only content

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    printer -February 17. Mary Hogg, Hall Arm, Aldborough, Yorkshire, wharfinger-Februarly 24, S. Applegate, Littlehampton, Sus. sex, m..e.ant-Febiuary 15, E. Elsworth, Kirkstall, Leeds, Yorkshire, worsted spinuer-Febrhary IS, G. Tonks and Co. Bordesley, Aston. near Birmisgham, lamp manufacturers- February 17, J. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shropshire, surgeon-E. Milne, Newhey, But- terworth, Lancashire, cotton spinoers-J. Barlow, St Helenzs, Lancashire, grocer-R. Johnston, Wapping street, victualler- B. Elsworth, Kirkstall, Yorkshire, worsted spinner-IW. Rey- nolds, Droitwich, Worcestershire, baker-D. Hodgson and J. Wright, Qlossop, Derbyshire, cotton spinners. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. MiD. Subscribers-only content

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    and Co. Temnple. R. Elliot, Sheffield, merchant. (Fiddey, Temple. J. Elliot, Sheffield, merchant. [Fiddey, Temple. T. Walker, Leeds, brewer. (Sagar, Kirkstall. W. Jones, Cardiff, shipbuilder. [Clarke and Co. Lincoln's inn fields, DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. W. Venables, Oxford, boatbuilder. D. Cobb, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leith, Work- sop. Nottincbanhsbire, awriculturul implemef mnakers-Aug. 15, P. T. B Hemibrotsb, V'skeefild, Yorkshire, worsted manofoc- tCrer-Artg. 15, T. Walker, Kirkstall, Yorkbhire, brewer- Aeg. 15, H. Pearson, York, attorney atlaw-Aug. 15 J. Breas- ley, Leeds. victualler-Aud. 16, Et. Marrden, Elland, Subscribers-only content

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    StHelen's, Bishops gate street, City-Feb. 26, V. Bease, Scokeoldy, Yorkshire; flax spinner-Feb. 27, . Lakn, Nottingham builder-March 6, V Walker, Kirkstall, Yorkshire, hrewer-reb. 26, R. Atnop, Man chester, grocer-Feb. 26, D. Arthur, Beach, Glamorganshire, iron- master-Feb. 27, WV Oliver, Iarligon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New City Chambers, Bishopigate street Jobhs Chandler, Esq. Connaught terrace, Hyde Park Edward Power, Esq. Middle Temple Simeon Musgrove, Esq. Kirkstall, near Leeds Sir Wm. Lowthrop, Hull. and Alga House, Scarboroughs, Chairman of the Hull and Barnsley Junction, and Director Subscribers-only content

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    Dr Forbes Winslowhas been elected President of the Medical Society of London. Yesterday week a fatal accident occurred at the Kirkstall Forge PrOh Works, near Leeds, to a workman named Merritt, who was cauglt By thO re1hiing shaft of some Subscribers-only content

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    tallow chandler -March 28, R. Duxbury. Over Darwen, Laecashire. innkeeper-March 30, J. S. Smitls, Mencbi-s- ter. deysalter-March 31, R. Gay, Kirkstall, Yorkshire, ware grinder-March 29, T. Fenwick, Tynemouth, Northumlberland, comm n brewer-March 28, C. Dixon, Gateshead, Durham, draper-March 29, M. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bar Iron Company (which exhibits a good boiler plate), the Monkbridge Iron Company, the Ebbw Yale and Pontypool Companies, the Kirkstall Forge Company, and also Messrs Hird, Dawson, and Hardy, of Lowmoor, for the good quality of their iron; Messrs Subscribers-only content

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    book to nn existing compeny, or disposing of it to a new company, or rtslminig busitesq. M-r S. Mus.grave, of Kirkstall, impressed most strontly upon tie meeting the inmportance of that step being taken as expeditiously as pt stible-that vcry Subscribers-only content

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    Clyde 'Irout beat Mr. Dickson's Dick SMr. Dunlop's Dundreary beat Mir. Hyslop's Hlobby Ifr. Gibson's Grace Walker beat Mr. Lister's Kirkstall. Star The GOSFORTIH DERBY. for 150 Dog Puppies, at £4. 109. eacble 53 paid 1 soy ft. 05. Prudhos Subscribers-only content

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    J. Smith's Glenask Mr. J. M. Clay's Miamibeat Mr. A. Dixon ns Professional Mr. Postlethwaite's Little Belle beat Mr. Lister's Kirkstall Sta Mr. Storey's Denmark beat Mr. H. Richley ns Raven (1) d Mr. Crossley'e Cinderella beat Air. Whitfield's Bella Subscribers-only content

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    and ironmonger. Br At. TarEISk DAWSO(N, trading as T. Longbottom, New Lloyds 41 )., Street, ILirkstall Itoad, and Larmer Buildings, Kirkstall IRead, Li )Leads, shopificeper., ,_ EDI~lN RomAINr CALLENILxr, late Priory Grange, Slharrow be Lane, Sheffield, and Theatre Royal, Arundel Subscribers-only content

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    Italnitt; CVlii'.a ycreep Mait, to Polish Wood Knobis, Viagerrpltest, Ac rrrtent corto agnarl workretia-Aplrly, Joseph Kisye irmd Suits, [leeik Wallis, Kirkstall. Ireeds. 422 1TANTED), is trained Midwsife; sha wrouild hose to hoell ir clearn- 5! icc the school, Ac.-Apply to Subscribers-only content

 

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