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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Northumberland, cattle dealer. [Mounsey & Gray, Staple inn. J. W. Barlow, Liverpool, coal merchant. [BRlackstock & Dunce, Temple. J. Holdsworth, Northowram, Yorkshire, worsted spinner. [Wiglesworth and Ridsdale, Gray's inn sq. I. B. Martin, Salisbury, draper. [Adlingtou & Co. Bedford row. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drapers-J. Fletcher and E. A-hley, Rusholme. Lancashire, blacksmiths- E. Twveddell and J. V. Storey, NewcAstle-upon-Tyne, linen drapers-J. Kettleswell ant Co. Northowram, Yorkshire, stone merchants; as far as regards A. Clough-E. Aston and Co. lipren gre n, Srataotrdehire, ironmasters-W. Williams and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lincolnshire, farner. Ellen Taylor, Bradford, Yorkshire, cooper and basket dealer. S. Ellis, Bradford, Yorkshire, joiner and small shopkeeper. S. Firth, Northowram, Yorkshire, slater and plasterer. E. Lloyd, Liverpool, baker and flour dealer. T. W. Parkinson, Ilminster, Somersetshire, stationer. W. Plant, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    labourer. G. Smith, Newent, Gloucestershire, timber agent. G. Bournian, Canterbury, baker. T. May, Speldhurst, Kent, out of business. W. Helliwell, Northowram, Yorkshire, boot and shoemaker. B. Pease, Margaret street, Stepney, clerk to a mahogany merchant. W. Hopwood, droadwall gardens, Lambeth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    merchant, now clerk. ii Y.IIrALTA ANi Servce, Anmberley Street, Leeds Road, Bradford, t1 grocer and beerseller. ri l SAISAsI PEN-iosm,Towngate, Northowram, near Halifax, diaper, r ad wio.r iai JAMZs BUXTOY, Low Road, Hunslet, Leeds, grocer and con. d a fectioner. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STATHAM, Nottingham, joiner. W. MI. SPENCER, Cheltenham, draper. W. B. SIVIRIE, Leeds, upholsterer, E. ISRAEL. Bradford, stuff merchant. W. RAYNElR, Northowram, worsted manufacturer. J. GALLON, the Younger, Sheffeld, provision dealer. J. GALLON the Elder, Rotherham, provision dealer. L. SELIG, Liverpool, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Honos, Erdington, Birmingham. n8S7 W AANTED. one or two Tonso of IRON IHUIIDLES.--Address staling psico and thickness, to J. Piclles, Northowram, near iialifax, Forkhro cc9SO fIENTLEME6N'S LEFT-OFF CLOTRING WANTED, for casb, eGood prices, bytCharlos Davis 33, Suffolk Street, Birmingham, Lettersattended Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stafford, inn- keeper. WrLLrAsM HlAaos, formerly of Queensbury, Yorkshire, worsted-spinner, trading with Haggi Hodgson and Francis Fleming, at Salterlee Mills, Northowram, IHalifax, and at Scuare noad and West Parade, Hlalifax, as II. *Hodgsoss and Co., now 47, Derby Street, Great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .(JArom'Le.¶l Nd7 asgaze te.) ADJUDIC~ATI0Nlq, Ro, cUT JomN MrOLEY1 Northowram, near Halifax, wVorsted I JOr iscY BoNSein,, Lowo Street and fluke Street, Park, Shefdleld, hay and Straw dealer. JoBxIrm LUNDY, Upper Allen Street, Sheffileld, watchmaker, ROBEIT HiNSLEry, Carlton, near Selby, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WrrILnI E. Essn, Cheltenham, builder and stone- EDWVARD ScEnoFIo1D, Chesterfield, late solicitor's clerk, now out of employment. RICHAMD F. MIELLOR, Northowram, near Halifax, grocer JoaHY EL GILT, residing at Marsh, lately trading at Oakes, both near Huddersfield, airated-water manufac- turer. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    defendant (who was represented by Mr. Waddy, Q.C., and Mr. Cyril Dodd Q.C.) was Newton Brooke, a stone merchant at Northowram, near Halifax. Plaintiff sought to recover £2,000- damages for breach of promise of marriage. After the pleadin had been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I LONDON GAZETTE.-AUGUST 15. THE BAN'KRUTY ACT 1883 . RECEIVING ORDERS. WlLLgIc UswIn HEALD, trading as William Heald, Reek- togham Street, Sheffield, cooper and packing-case maker. FEeDExscs Louss LtASsoQX, latterly residing in Wood Street, now in Bright Street, all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lysog nlge , the 0 Id n"orth he Tid, thovhaam , upon te'e Brook whIa's att so Ha ifl andd Northowram, adapldc f or i Purpofe it awer orchofes 'd. Drllh :I loa t i . All that Lan-ge annd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which Purpore it was p mrchafed. lot 4. All that Large and Wrll-built DRYING-ROUSE, with its Apprntenances, at Haley-Hill, in Northowram afore. foid, lote bitlongrog to eltr. searother S,,aine and Co. ' lot 5. All thar PIECE of TFNTER GROUND, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hich Purpofe it was puthabfied Lot 4. All thtt Large and Well-built DRYI.G-HOUSE, i with its Appurtenances, at Haley-Hill, in Northowram store. faid, late balonging to Meffrs. Btrothers Swoine and Co. I at 5. All that PIECE of TENTER GROUND, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lyipng near the Old Ihorth Bridge, fituase in Nor- thowram, upn the 1Brook which divides the TownLips of Halifax and Northowram, adapted for a Mill Stead, for which Prrpofe it was purchafed. Lot 4. All that Large and Well-built DRY] Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1`1wS'the TOLLS arising at the several risp tiL Gates erecled ulpoa the (aid Tusnpik.cRoad, at ,a, Vte Nlo Mor, Blradfaid, Northowram and Bow- I, Ono "itatthetMeetig oftbe Tltittes held for tat 'b c'"hietnthDay of JoeIuneallant; ii * TI rE rs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dv cii. St go isa the tl uf Februar), Dslieards, eid -tr I l I LWONUM's DROPS. e ueen'Ys flean, Northowram, nteer fl'a!j5 s: MPRESSED with gratitude for the won1er. ful cure which I have received by the use Of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arising at the H V T seversl Toll Gates erected upon the said Turnpike-Road at Kirkrtall, Calverlev-Moor, Brad- K ford, Northowram, and Bowling, were not let at the ei Mleeting of the said I rustees for that Purpose, en the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arising at the s TV several loll Gates erected upon the salI e 1Turopike.Rosd at Kirsiarilt, Calveiley-Moor, Brad- I ford, Northowram. and Eowling, were tIOt let at the I Meetijig of the said Trustees for that Purpose, on the IO Subscribers-only content

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