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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MONDAY, June 7, 2875, at Two o'clock in the afternoon, at ths house of Mr Michael Underwood, the Board Tnn, Lealholm Bridge, subject to such conditions as shall be then produced, all that desirable and compact Tithe-Free FARM, Situate at Subscribers-only content

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    MONDAY, June 7, 2875, at Two o'clock in the afternoon, at ths house of Mr Michael Underwood, the Board Inn, Lealholm Bridge, subject to sucb conditions as shall be then produced, all that desirable and compact Tithe-Free FARM, Situate at Subscribers-only content

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    be in no need of Wesleyan Chapels. (Loud cheers.) The four corner stones were then laid by Mra Hebron, of Lealholm ; Mrs Scarth, of Stangbow ;Mr Andrew Thompson and Mr Alderman Nelson, of Bichmond. There was afterwards a tea Subscribers-only content

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    11 *" motion, which was lost. To bring -te i^ s *^ to a settlement, the Chairman than Z* the Lealholm __jhery be not ineiniiei a "^ valuation list, which waa aecc__ed V S tonehonse, and carried. of a Senior Subscribers-only content

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    Mr Jamea 1 Dale, Ellerby ; Mr Thomas Sanderson, Fern Hill; Mr Charles Smith, ef the Mitre; and Mr Underwood, Lealholm. The bidding ad- vanced at £5 or upwards a bid until £780 waa reached, wben an open sale wae Subscribers-only content

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    pair of skirts and otber articles of female. attire from a woman named Johnson, wife of James Johnson, residing at Lealholm, and with whom they lodged. An Innocent Youth. - A powerful labourer named Patrick Morgan, alias Monaghan, was placed Subscribers-only content

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    Well h.1e.1, but thoee for pigeons were rery thin Amongst the chief pru:e winners were :- Cattle Mr George Harrison, Lealholm ; Mr J Hartlm Loftus; Mr R. R.chardso,,, Liverton. HuntiVi* Mr A. E. Pease, M.P.; Mr J. P rWh Subscribers-only content

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    a ne-at little youngster full of muscle. I The second prize in Clas-> 2 fell to Mr (Jeeirge Harrison, of Lealholm, who showed "Lord ; Uonyers," a supple an ; mal not much behind \ the hrst prize beast. Mr Subscribers-only content

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    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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    2 p.m.. kc, for STOKESLEY, CAS.TI.ETON, DANBY, LEALHOLM. GLAI-sIiAl.'E, EGTON BRIDGE, GROS- , MONT, and WHITBY, on SATURDAY. September 15th returning from Whitby at 7.30, Grosmont 7. Hi, Egton Bridge 7.53. Glaisdalc 7.58, Lealholm 8.5, Danny 8.15, Castlelon 8.20, Stokesley 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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    2.5 p.m.. Ac, for POTTO, STOKESLEY. CASTLETON, danby, Lealholm, glaisdale, egton BRIDGE. GROSMONT, ana WHITBY, on SATURDAY, July 27th, returninc from Whitby at 9.30, Grosmont 9.48, Egton Bridge 9.53, Glaisdale &58, Lealholm 10.5, Danby Id 15, Oastlctoa 10.20, Stokesley 10.51, Subscribers-only content

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    2p.m.. Ac, lor SEXHOW, STOKESLEY. CASTLETON, DAN BY, LEALHOLM, GLAISDALE. EGTON BRIDGE. GROSMONT, ana WHITBY on THURSDAY, August Ist, returning from Whitby at 9.30, Grosmont a4B, Kgton Bridge a 53, Glaisdsle 5.53, Lealholm 10.5, Danny iais, Gsstlcton 1(120, Stokesley 10.51, Subscribers-only content

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    "SALHOLM, GLAISDALB, EGTON BRLDGE.GROSMONT.an<IWHITB\ on THURSDAY August Ist, returning from Whitbv at 9.30, Grosmout 9.48 Egtpn Bridge 9.53, Glaisdale 9.58, Lealholm 10.5, P ant S,2S' 15 ' 10.20, Stokesley lftBL and Sexl how 10.59 p.m. See bills. ? GEORGE 8. Subscribers-only content

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    a good show of cattle. For shorthorns most of the prizes go out of the county, though Mr Harrison, of Lealholm, secured 1 second and third for two-year-old bull, and Mr Snowball, Knapton, second for yearling bull, aud first in Subscribers-only content

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    a.m. te.. for SEXHOW, STOK__L_Y. CASTLE- TON, DANBY, LEALHOLM. GLAISDALE. Bi.TO*. BRIDGE, and WHITBY on THURSDAY, A -ust _t_w returning from WhiMiv at 6.45, Kgton Bcidge 7 I ._■_. dale 7.15, Lealholm 7.23 . Daoby 7.33, C- _M n 7 Subscribers-only content

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    (i ni. kc. tor SEXHOW, STOKESLEY. CASTLE- TON, DANBY, LEALHOLM, GLAISDALE. EGTON BRIDGE, and WHITBY on THURSDAY, August 15th, returning from Whit.by at. 6.45. Egton Bridge 7.9, Glais- dale 7.15, Lealholm 7.23, Danby 7.33, Castleton 7.41. Stokesley 8.14, and Sexhow Subscribers-only content

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    Sunder- land, Saltburn, Middlesbrough, and tbe Hartle- poois. The principal exhibitors in cattle were Lord Barnard. Mr G. Harrison, of Lealholm. &c. ; in sheep. Lord Barnard, J. E. Nicholson, Dobeon (Carlton-in-Clevcland). &c. ; and horses embraced the best tits Subscribers-only content

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    EGTONBRIDGE! GROsMONT. and WHITBY, on WEDNESDAY Sept 4th, returntng from Whitby at &30, Grosmont 9M Egton Bndge 9.53, Glaisdale abB, Lealholm 10.5, Danbv 10.15. CasUeton 10.20, and Stokesley 10.51 p.m. See bills. 3_ GEORGE S. GIBB, General Manager York. IV Subscribers-only content

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    ton £5 p.m.. &c., for STOKESLEY, CASTLETON, DANBY, LEALHOLM. GLAISDALE. EGTON BRIDGE, CRCSMONT, and WHITBY, on SATORDAY, Septem- ber 14th, returning from Whitby at 9.30, Grosmoat 9.43, Eglon Bridge 9.53. Glaisdale 9.58, Lealholm 10.5, Danby 10.15, Castleton 1(120, and Stokeslev Subscribers-only content

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