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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    28. W. Suraan and E. Ford, Cheltenham, linen-drapers.-Feh. 2S. R. Battison and S. lWade, Manchester, merchants.-Marrc 4. (7. Wit- ham, Addingham, Yorkshire, droier.-Feb. 28. 0. Godwin, Stafford, cordwainpr.-Feb. 21. T. Ainsworth, Blackburn, and J. J. and J. Watson, Preston, cotton Subscribers-only content

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    at Bellevue, Aberdeenshire, in her 92d year, Miss Farquhar, sister to the late Sir Walter Farquhar, Bart. *At Marchup. near Addingham, three daughters of Mr. Hugh Hudson, fanner, Tiz. Martha, on Dec. 9, aged 18 years; Mary, an the 2.3d, Subscribers-only content

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    Mott, Palimall, pianotorte maker, and Dean street, Soho, distiller. [Willoughby arid Saquet, Clifford's inn. J., J. C., and W. Coclkcrolt, Addingham, Yorkshire, stuff ma- nufacturers. [Batcye and Co. Chancery lane. DIVIDENDS. Dec. 5, L. Coontesse, Upper King street, Bloonisbury, watch Subscribers-only content

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    22, A. Fothergill, Bocbdale Lancashime, cotton spinner-December 20, B. Wright, Coal- brook Da e, Salop, draper. CERTIVIIJATES-DtcEMOER 17. J. Cockcroft, Addingham, Yorkshire, stuff manufacturer-J. l .itle, brockport, bantker-S. Quariersan, Wanousad, EsseX, coach builder-R. Root, Wardington, OsIordshire, draper- J. Ciilies, iiar-tlepool, Subscribers-only content

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    bankers, of Leeds. It is stated that the forged bills of exchange uttered by the bank- rupt, Mr Threlfall, of Addingham Mille, Yorkshire, amount to the extraordinary sum of 50,0001., of which 32,0001. is alleged to be in the hands Subscribers-only content

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    she was as good a girl as any daughter of theirs. The fly rolls on with an increased burthen towards Addingham. It is a dusty, and yet a damp, old fly, and has faded drab linings, with bulging horsehair in Subscribers-only content

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    KEDNIIY, residing Collier Street, trading St. James Market, Manchester Road, all Bradford, Yorkshire, wholesale and retail fruiterer. Jone WALL, Farield, Addingham, llkley, both Yorkshire, farmer, coal-dealer. JSon Gnoson Geonaux, Forster Street, B'rminghaM, c0al merchant, haulier. Jons MoRGaNrY, Coah Farm, Llanhennock, Subscribers-only content

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    of a large Methodist population, and much that ie interesting will transpire in conneation with towns lke Leede, ludders- field, Addingham, Keigthley, and other piaces where the ministers are entertained. The Conference opened this morning, and in presenting reports of Subscribers-only content

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    eFortunately her plot was discovered. s Mr. James Smith, secretary of the Wharfedale lodge of the Ancient Order of Shepherds, Addingham, who t absconded some time ago, has been arrested on a warrant Z at Derby, charging him with embezzling Subscribers-only content

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    High Street, both Birmingham, bookseller and stationer. .AnTgtl WILLIAM THOwNmI, Aston Street, Binning- c bame, clotbier. C J&iLR RuILEY TunPin, Addingham, Yorkshire, dealer I in drugs, oils, and paints. t FIRST MLEETINGS AND DATES OF PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. '_ I RowLAin Subscribers-only content

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    its top. above the tabulartortion, and having its base open downwardly to receive a valve. No. 3,342. J3 Smith. of Addingham, York.-Waste pipes, hc.: This invention relates to lavatory and sink waste pipes, overflow pipes, and the like, andl its Subscribers-only content

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    heebY! gkiv n, 'Ihat tte lURlNP.KF - R_ KOAD leadingForn Slipron to Otley, through bte feveral Townihips of Skip-on, D;avghton, Addingham, Net- firld, liker, Denton, Burley and Otley, %ill be indiaed a( he nrxt York Alflzes, unlers rte aforefaid Road Subscribers-only content

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    Strilae J1on1, And 1415 d. POLES, lvgether with the Uoderweod. r Forfutnher Particulari apply to.Ellis or, Wm, Cunliffe, D or Addingham. ea WOOD. ne . TobeSOLD-bY.TICKET , : hi At the House nrf Afrs. Exlem, the Slansfielr11's-Armrs, Apperleyg , Britdge; Subscribers-only content

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    Attornev at Law, Leeds. GEORGE WHITHIA M's BANKbUPTCY. W -HEREAS aCommission of Batkrttptisawarded W and iffued forth againstGEORGE WHITIIAM, of Addingham, in tbe County of Yo k, D over, Dealer and I Chapman, and he being declared a liankeupt is Subscribers-only content

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    Glusburn, - Kildwick, Steeton and Silsden, all inn the Pairish of Kildwick aforesaid, ansi, into nind thrvngn thi Townshoip of Addingham aforesaid, in the Parish of Addhtinhais arfoneaid, is the West-Riding of the said Co-(ntv ol York. And it is Subscribers-only content

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    Br3ustl, -whoever oinrs the Dog above described, and slll bring hini to the Rev . Wi liaras Peony, FIarfirid- Eall, Addingham, shall be hznsdsoroeiv Re'warded. r To Gover nors of Ilorklhouses, ,$c. tI JANTED isssnetliatel, h i GOV E lNOR Subscribers-only content

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    'iToll-Gates upon the Turneik NRiad leadinig Irem Black-burn, throuigh Padiham, Burnley and Colon, all in the County of Lancaster to Addingham anoi Cockisit-End, both ill the West-Riling ot the Cc unty of York, topether v itli the Toll-liouses, will be Subscribers-only content

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    Afternoon, subject to Conrinitns, , FARMCIP ACTF E H LF ARM, v:ejd : A -c,0tlrsL,-N,,T, situale in the Township of- Addingham aforesaid, consisting of a MeI5suage, Cot- tage, Barn. and several Closes of Land, containing, by Estimation, 16 Acres, more Subscribers-only content

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    to Miss Mary BHeiwith, bti1 of Addinghal.; Ol the same day, Mr. John Jatkson, to Miss Ann Net ill,,both of Addingham. On Satarday last, John Pemberton, clothl dre3ser, to Miss Malry Scarborough, both of this town,; On Wednesday, Samuel Rhodes, Subscribers-only content

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    as Casidleirias'iieA.t The Present Tenslt. Mr. Holmes Scofeld, will 'shew the Premises; for furiher Particulars icaquire of Mr. John Cocklsoit, Addingham. a ADDILYG U.1 l. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the King's-Arms Inn, in Addisugham, on Monday I the Subscribers-only content

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