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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    months older than the winner; and "Duncan ! Gray," a rich roan, belonging, to Messrs. R. and G. Harrison, Underpark, Lealholm, Yorkshire, the con- I queror of "Count Lavender" at Yorkshire show last I year-hut whose position was upset at Subscribers-only content

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    Gty Boy; 2,11 Auset11, Sunlight; o, J. S. Wilkes, Nwocy. CATTLE. SaonrwToeas.-Best bull ovei 20 monthesandunder three years: G. Harrison. Lealholm, Grosmont, Yorkshire, L-lthimpion Cup,' 1; F. Platt, BarnbyManor, Newark-, "l-;iactric Light.' 2. Bullexteeding tvo years, the pro- pertv of Subscribers-only content

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    of them, that Is to say,- or Growniomd othert-vise sirosealont, Newbiggin, Eskdaleside, sC Ik Sleights, Whitby, Egton, Lyth, Glazedale, Dtanby, Lealholm, la Ito Castleton, Commondale, and Guisbrough, all in the said North tc to Riding, anid t rminating at or Subscribers-only content

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    Willis's Lady Madge uAdir. Five others were highly commended, including Rosemary, a roan belonging to Messr. It. and G. Harrison, Lealholm, Gros- eont TwVo champiorn prizes of £25 eath were-offered by the Shorthorn Society of Great 'Bntain and Ire- land Subscribers-only content

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    meosnloer and oIl",oiltlisno, an,' 23A. 2li. 26P. or thereabouts, by another suraiy 94A. Olt. sop 91 rich land, situate at Lealholm, in the parish of Dan1by, no.1 ec;;plied by Heosra. Snaith and Duck. A fee f. uin rent of 40s. Subscribers-only content

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    Bucktonu H, High-street ; I or thea anetlororein, at their osaices, 22, Scale-b tnn, le Iul. D 11880 - ro Lealholm, near Whitby, ga By Mr. THOMPSON, on Friday, Tu'euiiy-foatth Avugnet, 1860, at go three p.m.. at the house of Subscribers-only content

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    of Thorpe, who is separated from her husband, is house- e e keeper to John Flintoft, a small farmer, at Lealholm, On d h the day named a navvy called Green, labouring on the rail. d n way in course Subscribers-only content

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    0 SrAmnoNPALn .... Tuesday .... Hayburn Beek Bridge ....... 10. 0 Saturday .... Howdale........ 10. 0 When the Whitby and Lealholm hounds will join them for a special day. MR. JonVMXNn, Saturday .... Broxa ......... 10.30 Tuesday Farwath ....... 10.30 Subscribers-only content

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    SEVERE THUI?DERSTO?. -MAN AND ?WOMAN KILLED BX? LIGHTNING. 'h wD ent her for the last twfo or three claiys has been very severe in the neighbourhood of 1Whitbr. A Jcold north-caost Wtitd blow keenly en Good Fridy, soltened by Subscribers-only content

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    THE STORM. SEVERE THUJNDERSTORK.-MAN AND WOMAN KILLED BY LIGHrNING.. The weather at the end of last week was very severe in the neighbourhood of Whitby. A cold north-east wind blew keenly on Good Friday, softened by occasional fits of Subscribers-only content

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    TO ADVERTISERS~. PR~EPAID ADYERTISE1'flNTS. Advertisements uneder the following heads onlys, viwl- SrlUTIrONS WANi7hD, Ai'AarsnearT To BE LXar, 81TUATION$ 'VAOANT, PARITNRIISUSP WAN~TIM, APeAaRnME S WANTED, MONEY WLETHD, MISO~ELnAU ouB WAMr, HOUmE MmD OTHEM Paremxelo TOg LxT on fowm, Spitowa AnTioLES Subscribers-only content

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    Tuesday ......,.Selaby .......... 10.4. Thursday . Willow Bridge . .... 1.45 Satmrdlay ...... Barnard Castle Station ........10. ESXDL ...... Monday ......,.Lealholm ...... I.. 10. 0 T Thursday ....... Littlebeck . ......... 10,30 3FAMNDA13% ........ Wednesday........ Cocker ........,.. 10,31 f Saturdav Subscribers-only content

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    .. 10.4S SOUTH DulmAst....T..Tuesday............ Fielburu............ 10.45 Thursday ......... Bramnpton .. . 10.15 Saturday ......... Wolvieton . 3.0. 10.45 EsHDAg.. ............Tuesday ...........Lealholm Bridgo.... 0.10 l'riday ..........The Kenel...... 10.30 FAuNDnArm .......... Saturday .......... Church ilouses.. 10.30 bn, ForrAnVSe ....8aturday. Panton II....... 1 Subscribers-only content

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    not esceedinj three years old, Ernest Francis d lofin B- vtblirn ' n Elv ltobaseon.Naffertois. Yealing bull. e t~iarRebineeie 2 Lealholm Farm. Hoemn; ham: 2, P Strick'land, Thinsk. Cow,'. iii curl! or milk. Bssiamlln d tbsi Cilion- 2 Jnme. many-, Subscribers-only content

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    I LOCAL, NOTES AND QUERIES. I ti NUMBERix CXXIX. . E. H., ]Bradford, contiibutes the following 'Y ~ alh~haica catlogu ofthe castles of Yorkshire i anwrd "B . C. (CXXVIn,), and other correspon- 0 rn dentsi- 7 ad (1) Subscribers-only content

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    w aTHEr~3Y AGRICULT1RAL 8HOW I .. 51;J.1GJ" I A.l - U --u-JJ - SvJsT. t . i Tbe forty'-flst asnnual show of-the'Wather'by Atgrcul-. 3 tuiilr Society. was held yeaterday,: in..a lae-.epcddock a, adjoining Walton- House, 'the residence of Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    Curry, of Morton Parrs, and P. Proud, of Yearby. For dog e trntl, MsssrsM'Wrin. Smith' of Goatlaud; Robert Harrison, of Lealholm; and Wir. Rudsdale, of Dauby. At the luncheon Mr. R. B. Turton presided. In giving the toast of "The Subscribers-only content

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    harness, ro be driven on the ground, Ak. Robin~son, Hull, 2,'A. Verity. CATPTLE. Bull over two years old, Rt. Harrison. Lealholm, lGrosmont * 2, Gaeo, Smpson. Nunninston. Buit over one yearansd under two years old, John Rowley, Donrester ; 2, Subscribers-only content

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    having been tasmsted the proceedings -ellded. Tefolo ting is ilhe list of the principal awarils- Dz~~s.Bul. eceeingtwoyersold hi. R. Harrison, Lealholm; J. Hardy, Beittoa Farm, Ayton. Biull, not car-Ing t~wo yasri old .0.G Jacksonoor tions6ieavvs-mr; 2,J.Hardv. tiborchernriosw.ansi -2, G. Juakson. Subscribers-only content

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    horses, the entries being more. numerous, and the quality of the shorthorn stock was excellent. Mr. Rt. Harrison, of Underpark, Lealholm, Grossmont, York, was a leading exhibitor, end, with Sir Garnet. took the first prize in tile aged shotthorn bull Subscribers-only content

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