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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of St. GiloL's, take an interest In the School. References klndl permitted to Rev. CI'arles Beia, BD.. Vic I heam, Milthorpe, Wwetmnora. of Cranbam, Essol. land. Rer. J. Clark, Reotor of Wood- James Bird, M.D., 27, Hydo Park eaten, near Subscribers-only content

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    to see. Mr. .ohn Lant t reot well, asalso didI Lord Leigh. Captain dc Burton, bri his wonderful little mare Milthorpe, as usual, was in fronti all the way. The brush was presented to a lady on abhlaclI *mare, who Subscribers-only content

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    TE~wxoEsnuRY.-William G. Healing (L). TevFRTON.-Thos. Ford (L). ToRRINGTON.-Alderman Handford (L). TOTNES.-*Edward Harris (L). TYNrcerfouTrs-John Spence (L). Txnuto.-*Arnos Jennings (C). WAIEFsELD,-Alderinan Milthorpe (I). VALSA.AL.-J. Newman (C), IVAReRIN TON.-jlUderman Pickmero (C). WVARWICK.-F. W. Arkworight (C). WEVLS-*J. H. Holloway (C). WELSrlPOOL,-GI'arles Mytton (C). Subscribers-only content

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    a charge of embezzling a small sum of mint! belonging to his employers, a firm of bicycle makers. iD Newcastle. 'Milthorpe was competing in two bicycle rinto in somne charity sports at Barrow, and was taken irto ctody afte finish Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tetley, Armicy, near Leeds .... 40 T. E. Upton, Esq. Brarnhope, Oticy ......30 -v Decided in ravour of Mr. NVm. Milthorpe. A Bet Of .5gS. each, between Mrr. .Johtn Bingley, of e Leathicy. No. v.and Mr. Istac Tetley, of Armley, Subscribers-only content

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    NO ICE IS HIEREBY GIVEN, that thle Part- -ocAesbip lately carried on by THOMAS MTOSS1 and WILLIAM il)S, s Sizing Moiler, &-e., iMalabgate, Leeds, is this Day DIS- niLVED by mnutual Consent. TOA OS witness-DAwn1 BIDERi. WVILLIAM1 MOSS. I Subscribers-only content

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    6 Tilb Geo. Raigh . 3 0 Joseph Davison. 2 2 6 Gra Martin Schlesinger -.. 3 3 ° John Milthorpe ........ 2 12 6 Her Sanuel Selby .... 3 3William Kenion ...... 212 6 Mar John Rawson .... 3 Subscribers-only content

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    Bart., aAppleton Milner W.N., Netherpoppleton Milner John, Kilham Milner Richard, North Barton Milner John C,, Thurlstone Milner W. Pashley, Attercltffe Milthorpe John, Poole d Mtlward John, Doncaster Mingalloyd John, Wadsworthl MitcTell Joln, Womersley Mitchell Jacob, Heneswortho ,Mitchell James, Penistone MiLtchell Subscribers-only content

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    the Chairman of the Iloerd. The other eombpra be Ing Williamn Ilurrowslitainsewortla and John It orl~tt, Vice-chaitzien; EdWard isatns, EV,.,E~dwr.AWaud,EOs..Ond~Villtam Milthorpe Med, eq.,* Juqtices; DanielAtkinsoni. Peter La;w Atkinso05 Rebaet Bean, John .Bralthat, ae~mnBrrell. John Ke'gcleyCiahamScimel roft, Kettewel, ohnKirk, Jame Wrdand Subscribers-only content

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    and Matthews, St. Mary Axe.-Ofticial assignea, Grahamn. B: r Pet. cr. John Cogan Conway and Co, Friday-treet, grocers, aMAUDIE John Milthorpe, late of the Upper Ordnance Wharf, S. Rtotherhithe in the county of Surrey, cement manufacturer, R X now of Subscribers-only content

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    qusslity. Sale to commence at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, BRAMHAM. By Mr. TIPLING, at the house of Mr. William Milthorpe, tile sign of the Roval Oak, in Bramham, in the county of York, ens Friday, the Twreaticth day of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leeds. The sale to commence precisey at half-past twelve o'clock. BRAMIAM. By Mr. TIPILING, at the house of Mr. William Milthorpe, the sign of the Royal Oak, in Brarinham, in the county of York, on Friday, tfie nverntief/ day olf Subscribers-only content

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    Thomas, Laverton Ion Mills James, Worsbsrough Ricketts Thomas, Craike M~ilnthorpe Thomas, AltoftO Rickinson Thomas, Seamer l ull Milthorpe John, Peole Ritddell Frederick, Leyburn Milthorpe John, Bads ~nb Ridelhalgli John, 8oyland held Milihorpe William, Bradford Ridedale George, Alverthorpe Milward Arthur, Sheffield Subscribers-only content

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    chair- man), Denton, Wright, Whitehead, Dale, Bottomley, Raw- the son, Hudaon, Pairatt, and Smith ; Messrs. W. Byles, T. in- Milthorpe, R. 0. Leary, J. Cousen, W. German, H. Rawson, J. Bentley, J. Cooke. the On the motion of Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    Miner William, LiEhett Miner Sir Wm. 1vrdennmlt ldwd. Appleton Xiiilner Wm. P Dykes Hall .., Mines David, AethlerI MilthorPe John, Boylandawalno Milthorpe Johrn,-Pool Milthorpee.Wm., Hrseford Milton Viet., WentworthB House Milward John, Doncaster tinlgins George, Hunmnanby Minnithorpe Matthew,aesingwold Mitchell Jacob,hHungworth Mitford Subscribers-only content

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    ROYA L VISIT TO KE.NDDA L. OPENING OF AN MIT EXHIBITION BY PIINCESS LOUISE. (i-.Oar OUP OWN LrEPOr.TE.) The z-,l t-e--e nof Hendal hal the honr.ur res-terday of grivni; v welcome to Princess L haise, who visited the tow-a Subscribers-only content

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    There were 13 men, and he had 40 men to die. His bill was £7 8e. 6d. ph Mr. F. Milthorpe, printing ink manufacturer, voted for on Leatham. His brother George voted for Charlesvworth. On an the Saturday after the Subscribers-only content

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    Barber that Shes directis hod seen ame dngae edceave . oey menet, no tc mgise eev any s-ninnie le Gcorge Milthorpe. peinting ink manufacturer, said lie told contra for l~il brother Francis that lie had bribed three or four people, Subscribers-only content

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    a farm servant, named Matthew White, was charged with cruelty to a horse, the property of his master, Air. J. Milthorpe, of Wintersett, on the 3rd ult. Mr. Barratt, of Wakefield, prosecuted; and Mr. Hamier defended. Defendant, with another servant, Subscribers-only content

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    farm sereasit, unlled Matthici I Whitewas chaged rit cruelty to a horse the prolpeity of his i master, Mr. J. Milthorpe, of WVintorsett ,on the 3rd nIt'. .-Mr. Barrett, of Wakefield, prosecutedl ; auIt Mr. 1-Touter11 a defenided. Defendant, with Subscribers-only content

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