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You searched for: Place: Lealholm, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31, Source type: Newspapers

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    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

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    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

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    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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    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

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    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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    Rose 3rd, and belonging to Mr. Sharp, were selected for the first and second places; while Mr. E. Harrison, of Lealholm, Gro3mont, was placed third with Rose of the Esk, a very attractive calf, whose only failing is that she Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Tark Farm, when Bradley1 the water baiiff, sent word to Sir Charles that by pressing on to Crorntley Gill, near Lealholm he wouldgu teean utter before reaching Farness . arn. Sir Charles atonce called off the pack, end awaytheywent to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    others, the one be- longing to 1r. William Bell, Ratcheugh. Alnwiok, and the -thor to 31r. J. W. flarriso, UCnderspark. Lealholm, Grosmnont., had conferred upon them similar honours. A koeen contest was wvitnesoed n the class for cowq9 in milk Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Henry Dudding. Riby Grovn, Martian; Henry Dudding, Sihag Aito: George Harrison, Emperor of Watserloo 33rd, John 'V. Harrci- son; Underpark, Lealholm, York. 'Morning Crnwn; Richard Stratton. Union Jac;k: John Waind, Anknaesc, Kirbymoorsicle, Sir George: 5. Deane Willis, Gr-ant Chip; commended, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ceremony a recep- tion wias held at the home of the bride. The happy couple left at five o'clock for Lealholm, Yorkshire, where the honeymoon is to be spent. The bride's going away dress was composed of fine habit cloth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sleights , 430 . ' - Groemont „ 433. Is 6d. X gton Bridge „ 444 ' Giaisdale „ 450 Lealholm 4 57/ 1 Castleton...- _ 511 ' •-■■■. „ Kildale „ 5 24\ --*•" 1 Battersby Junction „ 529 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    To Let, •'irnished, 6 rooms ; ))ieasan'iy si I uated among Ihemoors : good fisbim.' ; aleoul 1-, miles from Lealholm 1-tatiou : at iioerlv Auirust Iml. Apj.ly C. .la-kv.ii. St. Anns Hill, Ste>kton. 31 (>KDCAR or Coatham. - ''uruisiied Subscribers-only content

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    and WHITBY, on THURSDAY, July 4th, re- urnine from Whitoy at 9.30, Grosntont 9.48, Egton .ridge P. 53, GlairJale 9.58, Lealholm 10.5, Danby 10.15, :as.lelon 10.20, and Stokesley 10.51 p.m. See bills. GEORGE S. GIBB. General Manager. York. VOIIfH EASTERN Subscribers-only content

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    otockton 1*2.35 p.m., &c. tor frrctKV<s.i w CASTLETON, DANBY, LEALHOLM, SS EGTON BRIDGE. GROSMONT, and WHITBY re! i turning from Whitby at 6.40. Grosmont 6.58. Egton Bridge 7.3. Glaisdale 7.8, Lealholm 7.15, Danby 725 Castleton 7.30, and Stokesley 8.1 p.m. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2.6 p.m.. &c.,.0r STOKESLEY, CASTi_ETON, DANBY. LEALHOLM, i EGTON BRIDGE. GROSMONT. and ; v> HITBY ; returning from Whitbv at 8. 20 p.m., Gros- mont 1 38, Egton Bridge a 43, Glaisdale 8.47, Lealholm ; «.t>s, Danby 9.5, Castleton 9.22, Subscribers-only content

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    LKALHOLM, GLAISDALE. BGTON BRIDGE. uROSMONT, and WHITBY, returning from Whitby at 9.30, Grosmont 5.48, Egton Bridge 9,53, Glaisdale A 53, Lealholm 10.5, Danhy 10.15, Castleton 10.20, and Stokesley 10.51 p.m. See bills. GEORGE S. GIBB, General Manager. York. May, 1897. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Apartments, just re-fur- nished : two minutes from Wells. Baths. Wintei Gardens, aud Spa; 15s per week. Fernd.uc. Beiuioot** road. Lealholm! -To L-.-t. Fumisiied H-.use. i.iv __k' August ; ck.A! to hills aud stitiou Bi x 7 "'Gazette" Office, Stockton. Subscribers-only content

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    12.35 p.m.. &c., for STOKESLEY, CASTLE- TVS DANBY, LEALHOLM. GLAISDALE. EGTON BRIDf-E, GROSMONT, and WHITBY, on THURS- DAY, September 19th. returning from Whitby at 6.40, Grosmont 6.53, Egton Bridge 7.3, Glaisdale 7.8, Lealholm 7.15. Dan by 7.25, Castleton 7.30, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Selc of Vr.lnable Con- tractors' Riant and Materials, near to the above Line at Kilt on Thorp. , Waupley. Danbv, Lealholm, and Stoiit gate, on the Whitby and Middlesbrough Branches, in the North -.ding of \orKshixx'. IPO BE SOLD BY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pony. Dog Cart, Harness. Sleigh, and Gearing for 12 Horses- near to the above Line at Kilton Thorpe, Waupley, -?>7', Lealholm ' 6,:1 d Stonegate. on the Whitby and Middlesbrough Branches, in the North R_ding of^ori-shire. TO BE SOLD BY Subscribers-only content

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