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    Parishes Osmotherley Bell of Rounton, baronet. Argent a fesse between three hawks' lures azure with three hawks' bells argent on the fesse . Haynes of Thimbleby . Argent three crescents paly wavy gules and azure . Strangways . Sable two lions passant paly argent and gules . Dacre , Lord Dacre . Gules three scallops or .

    to a height of about 1,000 ft. This is almost uninhabited country. One small inn called the Chequers Inn (or Slapestones ) stands alone on the moors, except for an old ruined building called Solomon's Temple . To the northeast Victoria County History

    Hutton Roof

    of the town upon Laherselelac with the meadow at the end thereof, and a small parcel of land at Le Slapestones with his demesne in Driterne, with wastes and improvements and Le Heynygges at the ends, head and sides of British History Online

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    Skyllynge , Michael, 255. Skyrogh , Ralph, 227. Slack , Thomas, 101, 103. Slater , Richard, 99. " Thomas, 339. Slapestones , Hutton Roof , 345. Slaughter's common , Levens , 140. Slaytburn , Roger, 311. Sleatere , James, 78. British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CIRCUAISsANCE.-There is a turf fire wa burning at the present time in the house of Mr. William o'c Filictoff, innkeeper, Slapestones, near Osmotherley, York- hai shirethat hs neve been xting ise for more than 50 Tb years Ever nigt befre Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    . *. 10.S0 bl:onday Newton Houses..... ,, 10.S0 Wedneday.Sion . ............. I0.30 Friday . te...,Saorton . .10.30 BsIsDALh ......... Friday..... ..,.Slapestones . 10.80 Bon.&ssaEY ....... .,Wednesday . Tile t{ouss3B.ck,,, 11. 0 Thureday ....... 1arnston Village .... 1I. 0 Saturday . Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    11. 6 Satuirday ..... Patrick Bronipton ... 11. 0 .BILSnALZ ....... rue.day ...... Bayoda~a Abbey .... 10. 30 Ferday ....... Slapestones ..... 10.80 BLAIc1uNtMy ....... M2onday ...... o w Park Wood .... 11. 0 'Wednesday.....Seenth Milae tone?, Newark-road .. 11. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ......R Iirby Windmill li. II. Frlday e.... . Brough Hall .......... 11 0 tL.......Skipton Bridge ...... 11. 0 Friday ........ Slapestones .......... 10.30 ghK=Xrrz ..WedueedaY . Seventh Mile-stone, Newark.road . I.1 0 Thnrsday ... ._I.armiton Village S2. 0 Saturd ay Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    0 Wed., Jon. 17 .York Gal a . 11. 0 Friday, Jan. 19,.P.ipperArden ........11. 0 BrIsDALE ...... Friday, Jan, 12. Slapestones .......... 10.30 BLANI;FNSY .......... Thurs., Jon. 11-Waellingoro .. , .11, 0 Soton., Ja., IS-Noclon . , 11. 0 fLoAM Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    10.30 Wed., Jan. 2. Busby Stoop .. , , 10.30 Friday, Jon. 4..Scorton ,......... 10.30 BLUDALE ......., Santu,, Dec. 29. .Slapestones .............. 10.30 lTues., Jan. 1. Chop Yat . _ . 10.30 Friday, Jan. 4. .Up~ald Castle .......30.30 BLANI ...., Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    0 a, BMSnDAL ....a....... Friday, Msar. 2t1_l3talierWood .......... 10.30 jf 'Tues., Max. 25.0&arlton Bank Top . 10.30 Friday, Mar. 28. ,Slapestones . 10.30 Bua muit Moon .... Friday, Mar.21 .1ickerton Bar . 11. 0G .Satur., Mar. 22. .The Cook Bridge Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    nr. Pottef~ach.10.45 Tues. April I. .8haitoa Two Gates . .. .10.45 BEDILH ........Mon., Mms. 311.Tairdscd Bridge.......I 0 BLasnsA~.z.......Friday, Mar. 28.. Slapestones .......10.30 Tues., Apr. I..Spout House .......0. 0 Fxiday, Apr. 4.. Swainby ........5.. 0 34XMY...... Satur., Mar. 29..Stapleford ......... e2 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    exodus of holiday-makers to the seaside and other places, while all the available traps are requisitioned for v isits to Slapestones, Mount Grace, ed other places of interest. The ycung people oonne~eted with Zion Congregahonai Sunday-school went to HackfalI on Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    COUR66JNui GORRJE (LOCKERBIE) IMEEflNG. Judge, Mr. Drice. Slipp~er. T. Booeimasu. It would -have been a roost exceptional experience for Carrie Meeting to haeo passed off in favo urable weather, so that the frequenters of this fixture were not. surprised Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    wholly in the parish and township i.f (ism. tl from.and out of.thesaid Slapestones Ii at a point ii'O yards or thereabouts, measui Be.k from Ihe junction of Slapestones Be. k wit] and terminating in the said Oakdale B< - thereof Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Gate, 12. Billesdon - Monday, Husbanels Bosworth ; Thursday, Kibworth Grange, 12. Bilsdale - Tuesday, Fevisham Arms, Farndale ; Saturday, Slapestones, 10. 30. Blackmoor Vale ■ - Monday, Lotnel Corner ; Tueselay, Marston Magna ; Friday, Jack White's Gibbet ; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Bicester- Monday, Barton Common ; Tuesday, Weston-on-the- Green; Thursday, Eythorpe Bridge; Saturday, Trafford Bridge, 11. Bilsdale- Tuesday, Swainby ; Friday, Slapestones, 10.30. Blackmoor Vale- Monday, Fontleroi, Caundle March ; Tuesday, Cross Keys, Lydford ; Thursday, Lattiford House ; Saturday, Bagber Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Slapestones Beck, and the other fork extending up the Slapestones Beck to a point distant -i, yards or thereabouts (measuring along Slapestones Beck) in a northerly direction from the point of junction of the said Oak- daie Beck and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    tie point of junction of the said Oa_rdale Keck aad Slapest >nes Seek, aud tbe other fork extending up the Slapestones Beak to a poiut distant 417 yards or thereabouts (^uia-isurin^ along .-.lapestones Beck) in a northerty direction fro» the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    at the Kennel-, 11. Bicester- Monday, Horton Common; Tuesday, Bicester Windmill; Friday, Hillesdcu ; Saturday, Farthingho, 11. •/.»«. Bilselale- Tuesday, Slapestones ; Friday, Limekiln House, IO.cO. B'sckmeor Vale- Monday, Sparkford Inn ; Tuesday, V- esthill Gate ; Friday, Holnest Pound Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    deservedly respected. -»&-_-"_{. ~ e Uth mBt " - Beverley, Elisabeth Wmgfield, wife of John Todd, Esq. Same dajr, at Slapestones, near Osmotherley, sged 80. Mr. John Flintoff, Jun. Same day, aged 40, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. Batty, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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