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    Yorkshire Fines, 1572

    Christopher Wade and Thomas Hudson Walter Paslewe, son and heir apparent of Francis Paslewe, esq., and William Curror Messuage called Marlehall with lands in Marley and Byngley, which Francis Paslewe , aforesaid, and Alexander Paslewe the brother of Walter , British History Online

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    7, 87. Marfleete , 178. Markesbrough als . Marshebroughe , 22. Markington , 174. Markyngton , 168. Markynton , 148. Marlehall , 21. Marley , 18, 21, 48, 91. Marr , 40, 95, 145. Marre , 104. Marsbrough , 173. British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of thc institntioa' STEWARDS. Arno, Air Samuel, 83, Brick-lane, Marsden, Ur John J,, Kepple-street. Spitaltielde Chelsea Ayrer, Mr George, Orchard-place, Marlehall, Mr EdwardS,, Caledonia.. lllaokwall rood Barrett, Mr John W.,Thaoaes-etrcet, Maeson, Mr John, 21, Qocen'ti-roa Lower Rotherbithe W-ol, Cheleca Bislcy, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PLOUGHING MATCH NEAR MONIFIETH. Tbe annual ploughing match under the auspices of the Monifieth, Monikie, and Barry Ploughing Association was held yesterday on two large fields tenanted by Mr William Watson, farmer, Downieken. The weather conditions were of the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    T^DBUKY'S ( OCOi. ..^^CaMrflafUd Maaafartare.Abeo. , . 1%, Aamlytt. PO CHCMJCAJJB TBED mm at w *** tt-tm'UA l-met fartkfn CaeStt). SituattoDt Vicaat_ _***** f %m I****. - *a*r*am*aid», Cooks. lAaadrmn. 4 Ap_ 1 tr****-***.*. , Qet.etsk --all Ezperienoed * Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    AGRICULTURAL NOTES. The winter wool s_Jcs wore lnautrurated at Bnsbuni yesterday, when 2100 hales were otTcred. There were no withdrawals. There waa a lartre attendance, and eornpptition was rtmn.. The price advancsxi 25 per cent, ad compared with 1---: Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    _itrlf._. On the 30th September, Mrs Falconar of Carlowrie, of a daughter. At Willowbank, county of Clare, Ireland, on the 22d Sep. tember, the Lady of James Johnston, Esq. of Kincardine, of a daughter. At Stranraer, on the 27th Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PRODUCE MARKETS. CLYDE CRUSHED SUGAR. Thursday. -Official report :- Market quiet; yesterday's improvement has not been maintained. LIVERPOOL, Thursday.- Sugar- Cane quiet, beet favouring buyers. Coffee and cocoa small request, unaltered. Rice continues firm. Linseed, dull tone. Logwood, fair Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PLOT AGAINST THE SULTAN. NUMEROUS ARRESTS Constantinople, Sunday (Renter). - During the last few days a number of Mussulmans, including several important Government functionaries, have been arrested. Tha prisoners are charged with being implicated in a plot to assassinate Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LETTERS TO EDITOR, Several communications, including a lecture hy Mr Widdows, declining a challenge from Mr Long, are necessarily held ever. "D. E, F." aad "A. VL." write in similar terms as "A. B. C." in yesterday's Courier, objecting Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SEVERE GALE. COLLISIONS AT SEA- LOSS OF LIFE. A strong gale was blowing on the southern coast of Ireland on Friday, accompanied by heavy rain. • /- cca y Bea prevailed in Cork Harbour. Last night, while a diving Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE IRISH AGITATION. IRISH NATIONAL LAND LEAGUE. A meeting of Irishmen of the northern district of Glasgow was held last night in the Herbert Hall, Cowcaddens, to promote the objects of the Irish National L»nd League. There was a Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    GOODS ENTERED TO CUSTOM-HOU3K YESTERDAY. Imports Forkion. Narova (.). Dollar, Rafso 44,217 deals and battens, 13 _J Ins* l-esa-sg k Barry, Limited; Jam. Mitchell, Amethyst (s) Keay Ri,-, 120 bales 9.x, 39 tons-Jama, t-.{. n ; & , So Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    is 735/. per annum.- 2. The s West Division of the Estate, comprehending the Farms of « Cronklaw and Banglee, Marlehall, Highlaws, and part of | Weatywalla, measuring in all 465 acres, and let to respectable tenants, at a etimulo Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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