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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ClOACiMLk'AN or Groom and Coachimaru-Situatlon Wanted; s single: 27: oie years pr-sent employment: good character.- _ Address, W. Golder, Riverdaleo, .Ranmoor, Shelield. cSg7_ Cs DOOK Disengaged, thoroceghly experienced baking and dairy. Good refcrees.-Addross, Fiustall, Stud Farm, Broms- grove. n0115_ C Subscribers-only content

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    Sir LawrencePalk) et- Icas assumed a serious character. is. The Rev. 1B, 11, Chafiner, 1).D., vicar of St. John's, a Ranmoor, died ol Wednesday, at the age of fifty-fiveo at The directors of the Sheffiehl Gas Company recom- 031 mend Subscribers-only content

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    i 'hesterSreld Steepleohase.-SsTnca F Fitaw; lLi am Hurdle. -DIAsRnDw. % Rotherhiani Sibeeplecbase.-Tn'Us. S tcciesfield Hnurdle.-TiBasLUIsG LaD. 4 Holmes Steeplebhase.-STORNOrArY. P Ranmoor Steeplechbase.-Sao=rrssAD. 5 , I OFFICMAL SCRACHE)iGS. Hll Efandicaps at Cbester.-Eg-inont.and Galvesion. Chester Eagagements.-Easthorpe, all Mr. L. Roth- aschild's honses Subscribers-only content

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    tenanth Sfwhchveral amoteageland oarden inteoepto fMessrs. Powell Pattonlsliaton, Ee Huteperson.t hoh srod othrsasyealytennt; ad bonto-taindeahafarasom Wood. Valuable Freehold Estates near Ranmoor and Stumperloxe, in Uppa Ha~llni, in the parish of Sheffield. By Meesre. W. H. and J. EADTIC at thoir Subscribers-only content

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    second son of William Sminth, Fsq., 'Solicitor, -Westweod House, lihedleld, to Pammny, youngest. daughter of Joseph Ilockwood, FEaq,, Cross Beuse, Ranmoor, Sheffield. .A. s - )eatb0. BUmezy.-December 17th aged 64 years, Ann, widow of the late Jamen Burley, of Kippax. Subscribers-only content

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    1«, Victoria-street, Westmins-'tcr (Director of the West Yorkshire Coal aud Iron Company). Alderman W. H. Brittaix, J. P., Storth Oaks. Ranmoor, Sheffield (Chairman of the Raslow Hydropathic Estab- lishment). Edward H. o:arhett. Fs;., 1, Prince's Mansions, Victoria-street, Westminster (late General Subscribers-only content

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    building is a good deal shaken. Fortunately the family were out at the time. At Ranmoor the deluge of water did considerable damage. At Ranmoor Inn the water flowed through the house in a torrent for two hours. The field Subscribers-only content

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    Lumby, of Halifax, in place of Mr. R. Roberts, Huddersfield, to represent the Halifax district ; Dr. Stacey, governor of Ranmoor College, in place of the Rev. Thomas Allin ; Rev. John Hudston, Leeds, in place of the Rev. T. Subscribers-only content

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    be aware of it, he is still one of the Trustees of Peel Grammar School, and that the Vicar of Ranmoor is one also. At any rate, lam not one; so that I can add nothing to my former communication, Subscribers-only content

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    reproduce, from the Peel Cit<i Guardian, the letter referred to in our leading article recently : - The Vicarage, Ranmoor, Sheffield. - August 2181, 1595. Hear Sir.- Six years have almost elapsed since I left dear old Peel for my Subscribers-only content

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    and Jackson, £2 25. ; T. R. Gainsford, £1 Is. ; Stephen Martin, junr., £1 Is. ; James Nichol- son, Ranmoor, £l 2s. ; W. K. and C. Peace, £1 Is. ; J. Wycliffe Wilson, Eastbourne, 10s. 6d. St. Helens.- Subscribers-only content

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    ; r and he, Thomas Brad- ley, Lines, Sequent, bay ;h c, John Drage, browu ; VV M Harrison, Rosemount, Ranmoor, Sheffield, Sportsman, brown ; and Thompson and Sons, Kirk- house, Brampton Junction, Carlisle, Kaiser, brown. Class 12.- Hunter filly, Subscribers-only content

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    Ciay Bill, Enfield, the wife of Cl.ar.es Holland, nt _ danghier. La; < ■■- _. -Op the t'4th met., at Ranmoor, Shemeld, the wife of W. 8. Laycock, of a daujjl.tor. |f<_ra«f_ -On th» -2fi h inst., at 36, Waltertoa-road, Subscribers-only content

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    25 to 30.- Apply, by letter, \ stating salary required and giving full particulars, to Mrs. Trukett, I Cliff Tower, Ranmoor, near Sheffield. WANTED next term, GOVERNESS : school (Cromer) ; English, arithmetic, good music, singing, dancing ; prepare for Subscribers-only content

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    for London. LIVERPOOL. August 11.- The National Line Italy and the Guion Line Arizona, both from New York, and the Ranmoor, from Buenos Ayres, arrived. The Star Line Vega, for Calcutta, the River Clyde, for Africa, and the San Ignacio Subscribers-only content

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    13.- Cornubia, Nicolaieff. MIDDLESBROUGH, Feb. 14.- Thekla, Riode Janeiro. HOME SAILINGS. BARRY, Feb. 14. - Ondorinha, Capetown. CARDIFF, Feb. 14.- Ranmoor, St. Vincent : Everest, La Pallice ; Ebba, Sfax ; Starcross, TencrirTc ; Cyfarthfa, Charente ; Fastest, Rosario; Trevaylor, Subscribers-only content

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    salary.-Mrs. Ati6on, Church Crookiiam, Winchfield, Hants. WANTED, LADY-NURSE for two little girls, aged 14 month" and two years.- Mis. Marplcs, Ranmoor, Park-road. Sheffield HEAD NURSE WANTED. -Situation to take buby from the month ; 11) years last situation.- Apply Child's, Subscribers-only content

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    Wfjozsts aitb Carr»gto. HORSES (200) with Unrivalled High Aetkm.- ________ •i f. a ?T • "^TO* • «<. Park -iane. Piccadilly. Dealers in English and Iran "!fc''.-r.V' , ? T H : jrse ». '** to inform tbe Nobility Subscribers-only content

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    years of age, 10 LIVE VV 11 11 her only e.,na of five; good references given and required.- Mrs. Hoplcy, Ranmoor, Christ Church-road, Worthing. LONDON, BRIGHTON, AND SOUTH COAST RAILWAY. TRIP ROUND the IsLE OF WIGHT. SATURDAY, August 28. .. Subscribers-only content

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    ag? from 25 to 30- Apply, by letter, statine salary required nnd giving full particulars, to Mrs. Trickett, Clitf Tower, Ranmoor, near Sheffield. C.AN any Lady RECOMMEND Superior NURSERY COVER- . NESS or LADY-NURSE for one little girl, aged six Subscribers-only content

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