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    See Rochford. Rostley. See Rosley. Roston , Richard, clerk, 124. Rote , John, gent., of Litlington, 825 (i). Rotestorth. See Routster. Rothale , Rothall. See Routhall. Rotherfield Peppard , Retherfield Pypperd, Rotherfelpipperd, Oxf., 300, 640. -, Blounts Court in, 665. Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    , Roger, 949. Giggleswick , Gegylswyk, Yorks, 'le Croked Ryddyng by Henyng' in, 500. -, Neals Ing in, 500. -, Routster in, 500. -, Stainforth in, 113. Gigles , Gigliis, Giampaolo (de), John Polgigles, 605 (ii). -, -, merchant of Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    Ashby Puerorum ] , Lincs, 256, 418 (i), 489, 555. Stakhous , Richard, smith, of Holloway, son of William (of Routster), 500. Stalbridge , Dorset, Antioch in, 691. Stallingborough , Stalingburght, Stallyngburght, Lincs, 913 (iv), 955 (i). Stalworth , Stallworth, Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    and are in tie occupatios of Mr. W 37 Adane Clark. a se A Lot 5. All that ESTATE, called Routster, sitceate in the town ship 7 39 of Giggleawick aforesaid, in the occeepatiou of Mr. Christopher Wild- - 9 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    , and are in the occeipation of Mr. o. * Adamn Clark. a. d Lot S. AU that ESTATE, called Routster, situate in the townqeleip C r. of Mr. Christoceler Wild- T e- nan censting of a good farm house Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Giggleswick, and are in the occupation of Mr. ere the~ilre- Adam Clark. the lying Lot s. All that ESTATE, called Routster, sitimate in the towmcship by public- of Giggleew ick aforesaid, in the oculm atiomi of Mr. Christopher Wild- ane Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the toscnship of Gliggleswick, and are in the occuPation of Mr. Adlac Clark. a Lot 5. All that ESTATE, calld Routster, sitlcate in tlee township e of Giggleswick aforesaid, in the occupcation of Ir. Christopher Wihl- se muace, consisticcg of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    On the 12th h_*t, Miss Mar- garet Jane Webster, ot Conder Green, a*red 22 years. On the 12th inst., at Routster, Settle, Ellen Armit- I stead, the beloved wife of Richard Clapham aged 5 I years. ' I Elwith Bridge- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Leach, Swabeck; 2, John Thompson, Long Preston. CLASS 6. - BLACK FACED AND OTHEB SHEEP. Black-faced tup: 1, Thomas Wildman, Routster; 2, John Morphett, Foredale. Pen of four black-faced shear- ling gimmers, that have been not less than two months Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    For premiums No. 6 and 7, there are two entries. The lst prize we award to Mr. Christopher Wildman, of Routster, who has com- pleted 380 roods of stone draining, three feet deep, in an effectual and workmanlike manner. The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the late R. Hargraves. Black- faced tup, 2 entries - l, John Lodge, Stonelands, 3 years old; 2, Thomas Wildman, Routster. Pen of black-faced shearling gimmers, 3 entries - l, Thomas Wallbank, Bowsber; 2, James Howarth, Capon Hall. Pen of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    28th of January, at Newby ; on Wednes- day 30th, at Eldroth school; and on Saturday, 2nd of February, at Routster. Each morning at 11 o'clock. Potjlton-le-Fylde.- Dnring the past year at the Parish Church of this place, there have Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Hall; 2, John Brennand, Swinden. Two years old filly, for hus- bandry purposes: 1, John Haythornthwaite, Arncliffe; 2, Thomas Wildman, Routster. Three years old gelding. for husbandry purposes: 1, James* Pratt, Westside Houses; 2, William Dodgson, Arnforth. Three-years old filly, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    1U b "«htnessof iaM| pi» chase.- The Clapham harriers will meet on i i day 1 -2 th November, at Routster ; on Wednesday, litb at Long Bank; and on Saturday, the 17th, at 1 ' Hall. Each morning at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    it _ The Chase.- -The Clapham Hsrriers meet ou Mon- day, 9th December, at Harden Cottage; on Wednesday, llth, at Routster; and on Fridsy, 13th, at Kettlesbeck Mill; each morning at 11 o'clock. Hobnby Chbistmas Show. - The show of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    inst., at Nookdalea, Mary, wife of Mr. Thomas Leemiag, farmer, aged 58 y oars. Giggleswick. -On the 22nd instant," at Routster. Elizabeth, wi;e of Mr. Roger Walker, farmer, aged 2J years. Skipton.- On the 27ib inst., Mr. Thomas Bottomley, of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    2, John Haythornthwaite, Am cliffe. HasBASDBV Pubposes.- Colt foal : 1, J. and R. Dag- dale, Swinden; 2, Thomas Wildman, Routster. Filly foal: 1, George Wooler, Settle; 2,- William Hargreaves, Lanshaw. Yearling gelding. - No entry. Yearling filly : 1, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Dale, Cleatop. 21. For the best pen of four Fell ewes, from an open or unstinted common. 10s. Thomas Wildman, Routster. class 7th. - PIGS. 2. For the best sow, £1 Ks. 3. For the second best, £1. William Hargreaves, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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