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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -near Otley5 vtho w'dll v treat for the sanie. , . renwvitl.Hill,- Nov. 24th, 1818. m f C 4 e RUFFORTH, near YORK. tl e To be-SOLD by PJVAT-E CONtRACT, t Pr l >L th~tythe-ftree and FRtEEHOFL, A) i A Subscribers-only content

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    draper, &c. to -8 Ihe Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Thomas Stevenson, farmier, of :y; Sawley. on tva Same day. at Rufforth, Mir. NV. Henry Hartley, brewer, of pli I Tadoaster, to Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. W. Jackson, of -cai Subscribers-only content

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    222 18 2 CIeckhearon ........1138 11 4 Earlsheaton-.----- 4i8 211 Acaster Malbig .--. 27 3 0 DewsabsryMoor.... 244 14 3 Rufforth .... 11 19 11 Scanley, Walcefirld, 34 16 11 Acosb ....... 79 1509 Linthwaite *...... 1501 7 York Cathedral....1165 Subscribers-only content

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    Wnn. Barwick-ina. .rneksonjJohb, ditto Elmaet Jaques Richard, Easby Wilson Joseph, Hull he Jepson Charles, Aluel Wilson Chlirles, Middles- JollyJohn, sen. Rufforth brough h, K WnSDilo Thos. Great Ayton he Kell Thos. Bramhamn Wilson Geo, Gilling It Kemnp John, WelsrIck Wood Subscribers-only content

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    GENERAL CERTIrFICATES, at £3 l3s. Od. each. 'Akeney Herbert, Beverleyn Johnson Joseph, Stanley, Arc. k~llson Wmn. Thornbiroug Jolly John, sen. Rufforth 'rch'bell John, Rsatrilt rag 'ktklnsiognhWimn. GrauzinSg eN,,k Kaye Thomasd. Cartworth ton - Xkinson J. Adwlek-Io.Street Kiflberley H. Malton Kitchling Subscribers-only content

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    Newrton-le- Willows Isherwood Thos. Waddington Iveson Joseph, Gayle Jackson Thos. Mappleton Jacksoteo Wm. Hull JackSoU John, Swine Jackson Wmn. jun. Rufforth Jackson Edw. Greabtro Jaekson Jno.jun. Brlns% orth Jack-on Joseph, Great Ayton Jackson Jo1ll, Guisbroueb Jacomr, Wm. Northerossland Jagger Robert, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    North Midland to Railway, and from thence proceed by way of or near to the on following places, namely, Acomb, Rufforth, Bitoii, Thorp ht. Arch, WVetherby, Coligham, Wyke. Addle, Horsforth, Raw- den, Yeadon, Guiselsy, Baildon, and terminating at Shipley, ii- Subscribers-only content

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    William F., Rlise (.larkson John, Chsrtry ' Fe Rinks John, Satton Clark3onWin., Goimersall Fe Blinington Wm. jun.. North Clayton Sykes, Rufforth Fe Dalton Clayton George R., Langoliffe' Fn Binnmiigton Wm., North lal- Cliy on John Naylor, I ippax Ie ton Subscribers-only content

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    Thee., Leedo L,,tS Bentley Robert, otuteharlan. lytnJames. Pudisy Eve' Bentley R on ohrii ClaytnJohnNaylor, Klippax. Ewl Benyon Josephi Clifford Cytnykes, Rufforth W Beresford Henry' De-la-Poer, Clayton BylaBaly Fi Bedale . Claythron Witllm Mtuarly Fatl Dorisford George), Backdton. Couhts Johoma, Y Subscribers-only content

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    Clas,, Suttco Johinstone Hlarcourt,1Hackne L Johnstole ien.9 I.. llacknes Johnstone Sir J. V. B., Bart rk Backness Jolly John srd, Rufforth Jones Richd. Keywood, B aad JowittJothn, lIeptonstall h I Joy Jonatthan, Scotton Joy Thos., IBiton-with-Harroa gate Joy ThosB. jnn,, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    town, formerly of Skipton, saddler. Lo same day, in Darly Dale, Derbyshire. aged H6, SYKtES CLAY- In5 TON, Esq., of Rufforth. near York, eldest grandson of the late In, John Clayton. Esq., Kippax, In, Same day, at Romby Grange, aged Subscribers-only content

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    bar, &c,, anid kitchen. dairy, and brewing requisites. Sic. Al S ale to commence at eleven o'ctock prscisely. 10 sit- RUFFORTH. ed Sale of Valuable Farming Stock, Implements, &C mn in By Mr. TIPLING, aen Tuesdasy, the EighthIi day of Subscribers-only content

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    J ANE. wife of T,%.yRE~Cg I9 ' WILLIAMS, Esq., of Pale Hill Hall, Yorkshire, late of the Manor tionk House, Rufforth, York. Same dav, after a ebort illness, from the rupture of a blood vessel aged 52, Mr. HENRY RoaBINSOa, Subscribers-only content

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    aged 43, Mr. EDWAnD WRIGLEY. land surveyor and min' g engineer, Manchester. Same day, aged 78, Ir. PETER WILSON, of Rufforth, near York. Oa the itth inst., at Leamington, aged 69, LOUISA MANNEs. eldest survivingdaUehterofthelate Moetl ev.CHANLESMANNEIS3 SUTTON, Archbilshop of Subscribers-only content

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    ,il lim -Teti.g Joihas ni ciiri,,iroi hfolhllgs Villilana, lBiaLley W5ihocn !Villim, Whitby Jbt, lt-ol (lleorgo. i ccit iteuld Wilstrt~p f);iv`!',T1Hek Rufforth W.uTl "oo'iiulnlt, idrautley . Woodt Aboralcita. Plhlln'ell W'oltileigiiton'lThol., liridlington' List v.- C0'A31M EBFEJ?,PS' 71eing As'eascad %rcvants at El 7s. Subscribers-only content

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    to SABAH, oldesttdeughter of Mr. N th SOLOMON WsIL}NsoN, butcher, LayeiLhorpe, York, IV :d, Same day, at the parish church, Rufforth, by the Rev. C. Watson. S ue Mr. F. C. MARsHALL, schoolmaster, of the above pliee, son of the Subscribers-only content

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    Ishton Johnetona Rev. ohma. Sutton J ohnstone Harcourt, Scally Johnstone Sir J. V. B., Bart ton Eacraness Jolly John Ord, Rufforth rid- Jolly Thomas. Warlaby Jones Bd. Ileywood, Badswort hes Jordan James, Speaton Jowott Jomee, Allerton per Joy Jonathan. Hedcar Subscribers-only content

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    IMPERIAL FEDERATION, MEETING IN LEEDS. ADDRESS BY MR- G. R. PARKIN. Last evening Mr. G. i. Parki4, M.A., member of the council of the Imperial Federation League in Canada, I addressed a meeting in the Philosophical Hall, Lends, on Subscribers-only content

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    OBITUAR'Y. atlmilral Edward H. Howard died on the 18th inst at tewisham. Agea 57. Herr Franz Lachner, the celebrated composer ana mnsicel director, oa Muuich, died on Monday. Mr. 'T'. M1. Richardson, a laudscape painter and meember of the Subscribers-only content

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    James, M.P., Roe. Rhodes W., Hecktionodwikie. an eSngton, near Doncaster. Robinson G., Holmnfirth. and Br-wse Samuel Jas., Leeds. Saville Henry, Rufforth. Biles was., Bradford. Schwann F., Hluddersfield. d Ci'si-1wick Win., Arkoey. Seholee C. B., Dewsbury. thi Craven Joseph, Keighlly. Serjeantaon Subscribers-only content

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