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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in- P ,frnitimop obtaiied cut the oiices of lr. ALEXANDERSI Solicitor. 7d Halifax. _ _ nr Valuable Frcenhoill E.tates, at Middridge, suear Bishop Auckland, in i7 the cocunity of Ijirilam. , 1 Alt tie King's l1i-all nu, ill Dar;dlugtiuc, ill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sunderl'aid; or to the Assctionecer, at a the Sunderland Sale-oflices. -Jan. 27th, 1857. ,f_ _ :, Valuable Freehold Estates, at Middridge, near Bishop Auckland, in 0 the cinuty of Dasrham. n lit thieKing's l~ead[un, in Darfhigtoa. ir the county of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    haymakers. C 12010 c f STANHOPE or WEAI11DALE CarboniferoLs LIM IE S and LIMESTONE; Carlbctry or Ilillerby, Aycliffe, Oldtowni, and Middridge Magnesian Lime aicd Limestone; WWeardale Blue- stone0, Road Metal ( MIcadamiselh, and Gravel; Cckfichl Bhlestonie, I Paving-stones, and Road Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from the bottom. G 17037 c S TANHOPE orWEARDALE Carboniferous LIME S and LIMESTONE; Carlbury or Killerby, Aycliffe, Oldtowns, and Middridge Magnesian Lime and Limestone; Weardale Blue- 16 stone, Road Metal (sfacadamised), and Gravel; Cockfield Bluestone, - Paving-stones, and Road Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crown Poinithlanure Dep~t, Leals. F 210255 c TANHOPE or WE'ARDALE Carboniferotas LIME anti LIMESTONE; Carlbury or Kilbirily, .Aycliffe, Oldtowus, lind Middridge Magnaeiatit Lime, and Limestone; Wcor~bilo Blue- stoen, Road Aletali (liocudaminid), and Gravel; Cockliel.. Mleestone, Paving-stones, ,alo Road Metal; Fagstouecs, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birickc Works, Munolet. CHARLES GROSVENOR. TANHOPE or WE&ARDALEB CaheoaLME B3 bC and LIMESTONE, Carlbur' or Killerisy, Aycliffe, Oldtowas, and el Middridge Magnecien Lime and L'Ineoae; Cockfield and Weardale nm Bluectone, broken and unbroken, for road mnetal; Flagstones, Slabs,~ Ourhotones, Building Subscribers-only content

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    London, LO. E 7669 c C TANHOPE orWEARtDALEaarbOniferOl5 I IME 1 ansl I 22ETOEB *Cayrlkiry or Killerhy eAyclffe, Oldtowns, and Middridge Magneia hime and Limestone; *o kdeld and Weardale Blueetone, broken and nobrokan, for read metal; Flas~tones, Slabs, OurbEtones, Building Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Calls, Leeds. P 11501 0 QTANHOPE or WEARDALE Carboniferous I . 5 and LIMESTONE; Carlbmury or Hillerby. Ayelife, Oldtewas and Middridge Magnesian Lime and Limestone; Cockfield amd Weardale Bluestone, broken and unbroken, for road ,aetu- Flag- stones, Slabs, Curbstones, Building Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    maybehad Gret-ves' qelebratedPos-tland,Bath,andRoman Cements. G 4152 e STANHOPE or WEARDALE Carbonxferou.s LIME Iand LIESTONE; Carlbiny or Killerby, Ayhlffa, Oldtowns, and Middridge Magnesian Lime and Limestone; Cockfield and Weardale Bluestone, broken and unbrokeis, for road metal; Flag- stones, Slabs, Curbetones, Building Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HALLS. Geo'at-iron Rain-,water Pipes and Have Spouts, 54103 e ~TAINHOPE or WEARDALIdCarboniferou LIME S3 and LIMEESTONE;: Carlbury or Killerby,AylfsOdows end Middridge Magnesian Time and Limestn;Coolad Weardale Bluestone, brokren and ninbrolken, foradmtlFag stones, Slabs, Curbitones, Building Stones, Gravl c;Bik n Tiles; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    h MunxDE zE:naI BisUoP AucirnD.-An Of air which is causing considerable excitement and gossip has just come to light at Middridge, a small village about four miles from Bishop Auckland. It appears that a fewv days ago a girl living Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING' APPoINTMENTS. hii s- v'* aL1J tU4j.FLNĀ±' *. FOXHOJUNDS. .o iWeanesdayp . Cross 4toadCIyacifor :,oo* ........ . 30 ! ; * Fri~~~~~~iny .......a. ; 10S . -=:~~~~~~~~Saturday ...........SuttonlMill ......... , BI.E0 .. Ahloaday :i.i rkbYOverblow ... 10.no0 l'erewood Village..10.0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10.45 Wad., Mfar. 24:Bren 10.45 Sat., Star. 27.adrdBridgeo . 10.4.5 BriLWnmanausEnss'ss..Mon: Mlar. 22. .urworth Burnl.1... 2. 0 Wed, Mfar. 24. Middridge ........12. 0 Sat., Mar. 27 . .Great StaintBua,,,, 12. 0 St W. JHoNSroIcs's. .-Tues., Mar. 232. _arwood lab lMill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    foals which I 9, attracted the notiee of the judges were those exshibited I n1 by Mr. John Pallister, Wilhbmfield, Middridge, and it' Mr. J. Williamson, Cockerton, Darlington. Competition rr waa lacking in tl e yearlinr gelding class, where the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOR8E STEALING AT DAr GTON.- Yesterday, at DarlinEton Borough Police-court, John Hall, of Middridge, was charged with stealing a horse, the property of George Cooke, of Middridge. The case involved some rather singular circumstances, The version of the prosecution was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MIDDRIDGE COURSING MEETLNG. This meeting took place yesterday in lovely oorsing weatfher. Amongst those present were the Duke of Leeds and Lady Eden. Mr. S. Ray's Gentle Sleeper defeated Mr. M. Doawsons Rigglety Twist, after an undecided, for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o' Streets, Aust- wine ~......... oIlD Satr.. Dfe 29.. Ciapha.n Station . 01I0 MIDDRIDGE COURSING MEETIN2G. This meeting took place on Saturday over Sir Wm. Eden's Middridge erlate. There svas an abundance of grand standing hares, and the judging of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Satur- t hat ii- day last by Mtr. Justice Whills, for the murder of her th a- child, at Middridge, near Bishop Auckland. The fact T wvas at once commnunicated to the unhappy girl, who |am in since her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dud- l*y, Worcsten-iire. travelling draper. W. Serjeant, W>en Manor Houae, Coventry, farmer. John Spalding, Uii mingh.m, atturuay's clerk. Joseph Sidgwiek, Middridge, Durham, miller. Tlmma* Shaw, Salford, beei seller. It Tuoi- us, Leominster, Herefordshire, currier. John W.lk.r, Buralen , .-tatJorushi ., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gibson. Foal for the field : R. F. Tren- holm ;2, J. Clark. Foal for harness : J. R. Walker, Middridge Giange; 2, R. Ord, Sands Hall. Foal for agricultural purposes : G. Yasey, Bradbury ; 2, G. Rutter and Subscribers-only content

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