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    Willm (?) Houseman 1 John Midlton 2 John Hutton 1 Willm. Manstreth 1 John Fawcett 1 George Ewan 2 Discharged by Certificates. Widd: Burrow 1 Henry Kirby 1 See Hutton Roof, p. 342 Now Kitridding. See footnote on page, 38. British History Online

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    ewes or gimmers from Scot-horn or Herdwick ewes, 1, G. and M. Tyson, Dalton-in-Fur- ness ; 2, R. H. Richardson, Kitridding, Kirkby Lonsdale. Half-bred wethers from Scot-horn or Herdwick ewes, 1, James Blamire, Ulverston ; 2, Joseph Jack- son, Garstang. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the daughter of a labouring man living at Storth, and had been in the service of Mr. W. Richardson, farmer, Kitridding, Lupton, for six or seven months. On Wednesday, shortly after dinner, the girl fell down in the kitcben in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    (Mr. Stephen- son, Ulpha, 29gs.); v h c, C. W. Wilson (Mr. Whineray, Carnforth, 36|gs.) ; h c, W. Richardson, Kitridding (Mr. Thomas Oarr, 2Hgs.) ; c, W. Winn, Barbon (bought in, 18gs.). Mr. Kilshaw afterwards disposed of the stock, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Key, Casterton Old Hall. Calf (bull or heifer) under six months old, R. Bownass, Middleton HaU ; 2 W. Richardson, Kitridding. Small Tenant Farmers' Classes.- Limited to tenant farmers residing within the special district of the so- ciety, or within Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Borwens, Middleton; h.c, R H. Richardson, Kitridding, Lnpton. __,VV Twelve Mangold Wurtnel of any variety: William Smith Crabb, Arkholme; h.c, George Westmor- morland, Deansbiggin. • . . ■ Twelve Cabbages : R. H. Richardson, Kitridding. Lupton; h.c, Richard Roper, Leyfield, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    bred ewes or gimmers from Scot-horn or Herdwick ewes, 1, G. and M. Tyson, Dalton-in-Fur- ness; 2, R. H. Richardson, Kitridding, Kirkby Lonsdale. Half-bred wethers from Scot-horn or Herdwick ewes, 1, James Blamire, Ulverston ; 2, Joseph Jack- son, Garstang. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the stones, He's only a pauper whom nobody owns. * c c * • • It is odd that the Kitridding farmer and hia wife did not think the girl, Edith Pearson, as ill as it turns out she was. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    W. Key, Casterton Old Hall. Calf (bull or heifer) under six months old, R. Bownass, Middleton Hall ; 2W. Richardson, Kitridding. Srivll Tenant Farmers' Classes. - Limited to tenant farmers residing within the special district of the so- cietj-, or Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and G. Dobson, Park-house, Milo- thorpe ; highly commended, William S. Cragg, Ark* holme. Six Cabbages : R. H. Richardson, Kitridding, Lnpton. Presented by Mr. Rumney, Ardwick Chemical Work*, Manchester. Six Turnips grown witb any manure : William Wilson, Bensbank. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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