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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esquire. 'Williami Constable Maxwell, of Everingham, Esquire. Mari; William Vane Milbanik, of Thorpe Perrow, Esquire, le ry James Ramsden, of Ledston, Esquire. JohnRand, of Wiheatley, E&qrire. Edward Horner Reyitard, of Suiderlandwick, Esquire. William Roundell, of Glodgtone, Esquire. John Swann, of Subscribers-only content

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    Iascelles Family, 526, 34. - Gendlal, 559. Leatham WV, if., HIP., 568. Leathiey and Church, 554. Leisharm Church, 538, 9. Ledston BalI, 525, 58, 9. Lee Fair, 567. Lee F. Fox, Deasbury. 547. Letdes Family, 560, i. ,, Panilnue de, Subscribers-only content

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    Beaten, Drighlangton, Adwalton7, Cleck- heaton, Wsalton, Men~ston, Clayton, Rorton, Clifton, Deuton, Fewetons, Brothertor, Weston, Bigton. Cotton, 'Stourton, Oalton, Swillington, Stapleton, Ledston, R~uddlerton. -lay, e.g., Stanley, Wardley, Ahlwoodley, Burley, Rleed- ingley, Armley, Arsley, Bramley, Tingley, Wurtley, Dumningley, (Uastley, Farnisey, Fernloy, Morley, Subscribers-only content

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    for several years an active member; Mr. Terry Addy, Mr. James Hill, and Mr. Win. Bramley, churchiwardens, Fairburn- Mtr. Hutchinson, Ledston, and Mir. Dison, Ledsham, churchwardeas; Mrn E. S. Coxe York; Mr. Paver, York; Mr. E. Parker, Newton; Mr. Connell, Subscribers-only content

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    work. Apply JF eeoa y Jo.Micel Albion MMI, Motley. m LACrHSMZITH&-Wantd, UIPRC5VER. for country ; to Ttoeto. Apply H.L Isytoe. Ledston, Castleford. WAVTE]), go)od BI1ACKSisI'El~ tseed to tool week; rousbttn Wemployment and good taespe. ii. F. Smaith. Paragon Ironwortos, Halifax. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Apply Morton, Son, vVand Company, Mschine Makers, Reckcanndwilte, 110 BLACrSITIHS.-Wanteil, LTSIPROYER, for couniry; to T live irn. Apply H. Myton, Ledston, Cactlefocd. 'W ANTED), STOVE-GRATE3 KITCHENMOUIXOERS. Fitters, vIBath Mealders; al-i Os-inders and Glazers. Blackers, Lead Chasero,-Blacksmiths end Pattern Makers, and Subscribers-only content

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    the Rev. Robt. Chad- wick, Incumbent of Lofthouse, Mr. HENRaY' HvsR, cars nsiller, Bsi- toss-on-Boarne eldest eon of Mr. Hick, Ledston Mfill, to lIuess, secossd F daughter oft Mr. War HARTLEY, OuZleWell Mill. Samne day, at the parishl church, Bowdon, Subscribers-only content

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    that thc PARTNERSHIP uui j9 heretofore sulsiosting hawtseen usi, the sundersigned GEORGEh 1SHARi' and SAMUEL SHARP, carrying oms business at Ledston, near Kilipax, in t-bc county of York, as steamt thrashing macline ris- prieters, coiders I-le irin of " G. Subscribers-only content

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    the Patronage of Ai. jand, mfppax Pqre. The lies. Mrs. Mlilsieq, Frystoni Parte. HNi,. Childlers, Prince's Gardeiis, London. Aire. Wheeler, Ledston Hell. l,lis. Ice. (rove Hall. a'S.Irelt, Oak Lawnv, Lee, Kent. lIre~. 1llO'orth Haill, Puiston Lodge. Cyodr ft en noittee, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I@ YORKSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES e Yesterday, at noon, Mr. Justice Byles and Mr. it Justice -Blackburn (the latter of whom had previously i- attended at the Guildhail, and discharged the City criminal 1g business) took their seats, the former Subscribers-only content

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    YOR{KSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES. On M~oniday, at noon, Mr. Justice Byles and Mir. Justice Blackburn (the latter o! whom hiad previously attended at the Gujidhall, and discharged the City criminal business,) took their seats, the former in the Crown Court, Subscribers-only content

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    line arrar& -1 t.o hull 4 a) c ale, early in April, of BO1(nL~ lroiii hi 0:.ls, On Miondiay N' Ledston 1'ark, Two Milei froro Michbl, !" !'I, aull Tlir"nMi front ('aetfleforil Stalioni. inrport ant Sale of Fourteen I1,,ruse, viz.., Subscribers-only content

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    emopley of Mtessr5. Goscoigne; hig~hlyceopecrted (Interred Novensber 25th at Garforth Chluslsl.)' Wrcaann.-On the 2nth November, thre R1ev, Charles W~heler, of Ledston HElll, Yorkshire, end Otterdcn Plece, Rent, aged 83. EiGHT PRLIZE MEDALS. C H OC O LAT 1:N E (M Subscribers-only content

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    mtarried MlargareUt, daughter of Them a 'fsis Sot of Stoekelci, fnger Wetiterby, eind left issue o055(, limii i Withasm, of Ledston, buried Sth May, 1cu93, who r-ss fun. hosd to be bewitched to death by one %asic au,c,tle famtous in Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. and Mrs. Bcntley Eshold House, Woodlesford; Lieutenant Bentley, Royal umsbeawnd AMilitia *i- s Ba~ntfie , MisHnteer. Bath: Mims Landon, Ledston Vicoraee. M~r. W~alker, bandal. and Mass Walker. Mr. S. G. r Leathara, Mr. G. A. B. Lefthanm, Miss Leathanm, Subscribers-only content

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    Beeston, New Hall, Snital, Middleton, The Haaue, Bell Hill, The , Thwaites, Thorp Stapleton, Templenewsam, Skeltou Grange, Berwiick-in-Elinot, Ledaharn and Ledston, Sher- t burn-in-Eflmet, Harewood House (mostinteresting, giv-ing an account of how the different rooms wnvere furnishei about 100 years Subscribers-only content

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    able to j qualify. The votes of John liastrick and J. Wright for a I similar reasonwerenot allowed. Fairburn and Ledston had a clear list. The Glass lhoughten list was subjected to much controversy, James Smith and four other occupiers Subscribers-only content

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    the 25th November, at Cleveland Lodge, Ahkworth, Yorkshire, Jnlia Funny, youngest surviving daughter of the late Rev. Charles Wheler, of Ledston HAll, Yorkshire, and Otteraen-plece, Kent. TIME LIGHT AND PARAFFIN LANTERNS. .L Ceompresseae OXYGEN, frohn 2yd. per cnble foot, REYNOLDS Subscribers-only content

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    Castleford Locai Board Emirs, for th re-vision of the ParliamentAry nrid county lists for Castleford, Allerton-Bywater, MNss Houghton, Fairbn, Ledsharn, Ledston, and :Kippir. Mr. W. BD. Robmson, Conservative agent, reptesent&. the Con- servative interests, and Mr. W. A. Lupton (LizPton Subscribers-only content

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    and Lieutenant Reginald Granville, 1 both of Pontefrant Barracks, wee chaarged. with riding a their bicycles on the footpath at Ledston on the 23rd: a March last. Police-constable Dove proved the case. fl.fendxntes aid not appeas. Fintd as. 6d. and Subscribers-only content

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