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    Index, M, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    , John, I. p. 555. Minster Lovell , Oxon, I. g. 981 (7). Minsterworth , Glouc., I. g. 226 (35). Minsthorpe (Mennysthorpe), Yorks, II. g. 449? (47). Mirandula or Mirandola , in Italy, II. 194. Mirandula (Mirandola), Count of, I. British History Online

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    ShphrlnThomora.s, appoinitedI by Henry Cholinley, Esq. are C foal irr 'ii Delr- or Ni \rthr UtilRrll, SU110itl ii ,ai I, Minsthorpe, AN D, Sp rik orna3, appointed by Win. Vrirghihua, L q. for the t Deal- Malnois- ot'Cusoawosb, Warinrisorrir, and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    John Tidd, butcher, Upton. Mr. 'lhoma~s Harrison, farmer, Upton. lies Mir. Joseph Thorp, farmer, North Elmesall.I Mr. John Dinison, farmer, Minsthorpe. Con- Mr. Joseph Ward, farmer, North Elmeall. r is of Mr. Thomnas Duke, farmoer, North Elm-all. the Mr. Henry Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the Auctioneers, at their Oflhltce, Hull-end. Halifax; or at the Ottdeee of Mosrtse. EMMkET and ESIXoET, SolicItors, Halifax. ID 13277 Minsthorpe. near South ERiassel. Moberg. BENTLEY and SON haLve received instruction, from the iexecutor, of the Iota M~. George Secker, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    was destroyed at Scawby, a village south of the Humber, and on the same day 400?. damage was done at Minsthorpe. On Monday night there was a yery large fire at Warren, near Barton, which was distinctly seen for fifty Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Mitton, by John Aspinall, Esq., for Mitton-with-Crook. Brewster William. North Emsall, by George Greaves, Esq., for North Emsall, Wrang- brook, Minsthorpe, Upton, and Thorp Audlin. Chester Thomas, Staveley. by Arthur John Empson, Esq., for Blacktoft. Coverdale Thomas, Normanby, by George Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    one immense fire, visihle for many miles. Tins is attributed to incendiarism. On the same day, Mr. Denisou's stacks at Minsthorpe were found to he on fire. In this case about £100 damage was sustained ; hut it is thought Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of any erosa breed, £2 J. Stables, Moorhouse. Best pen of 5 wether lambs, long-woo lied, £2. J. R. Dennisou, Minsthorpe ; 2, 61 S RKh- worth Cold Hill, Milford ; 3, lus., G. S. Robson, Esq.. Ponte- fraet. Best Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    one immense fire, visible for many miles. This is attributed to incendiarism. On the same day, Mr. Denison's stacks at Minsthorpe were found to be on fire. In this case about £400 damage was sustained ; but it is thought Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    fire, visible for many miles. This is at- tributed to incendiarism. On the same day, Mr. Deni- son's stacks at Minsthorpe were found to be on fire. In this case about £400 damage was sustained ; but it is thought Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    by John AspinaU, Esq., for Mit- ton-with-Crook. Brewster W r m., North Emsall, by G.jGreaves, Esq., for B»* EmsaU, Wrangbrook, Minsthorpe, Upton, & Thorp Audlin- Chester T., Staveley, by A. J. Empson, Esq., for Blaektoft. Coverdale Thomas, Normanbv, by G. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    one immense fire, visible for many miles. This is attributed to incendiarism. On the same day Mr Donison's stacks at Minsthorpe were found to be on fire. In this case about £100 damage was sustained, but it is thought that Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    COURT AND PERSONAL. On Tuesday, the Queen, accompanied by tbe Princess Christian, left Windsor for Balmoral, where the Court will remain until June 19th. Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, completed her 77th year on Sunday. She was horn on the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TRAFFIC RECEIPTS. 1875. Great Western ) £94,008- West Midland V D>74. South Wales j £97,57(5 W5. Londonand North Western ) £161,1186 Shrewsbury and Hereford > 1N74. Shropshire Union j £158,215 Cambrian Railways. - (l7B miles open) - Trame for Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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