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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    read a second time and committed. PETITIONS.-In the House of Commons, on Monday, petitions were presented by Xr, Milbank, from Airyholme, HIowthorpe, and Baxton Howe, in favour of exempting draught horses of any kind not used in draw- ing taxed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the new list of Guardians stUdsI ns -ollows, new members being marked thus *:* Amotherby, lJohn -Fiaher; Appleton.le.street, Thos.; Hobbs; Airyholme acid Howthorpe, Ut. Forth,;Aeklam-! Gum. Barthorpe,Wm. Whitwell; Broughton, GCeo.-Wright: Barton-le-street, John Ridedale; Butterwick, ,oh4 Faeir.' weather; Brawby, Tlies. WaLteOui; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOMINAUION OF GUARDIANS. PONTrS.FRACT UNION. The following gentlIes~on havo been nominated as Guardians for the several parishes and townships coin- prising the Ponteiract Union. There will be conteots in four places, namely, Pontefract, Knottingley, Monkhill, and Tanshelf:- MWoNICreca-Win. Condor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ones to the pages:- Caedmon's Paraphrase, translation, ii. 192, Calverley firm, ii. 344. iW. 3s6, x. 113. Carl'ig s onday.°f Airyholme, x.- 154. Crr lam., viii. 328. Ose=y ALi 495, iv. 161. Cstletoa, near Whitby. Inn Sian, viiL 4'2. Catterick Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    North and South Shotley Mill. Field Head, North Snods, Shotley-hall (the residence of Thomas Walker, Esq.), South Snods, Bollisher, and Airyholme, and Snows-green. The farm house* of a most substantial and superior description. This beautiful property lies nearly within a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T n "^ '»4. North and South Shot.ey MMI, fc 4 Sho.ley-h.ll (the residence of ThoSE »_£*• V\ Snods, Bollisher,and Airyholme, and Snow' ,E **|.) t*. houses of a most substantial and s U p er j """« r e-*n. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hill Tcp, >° r ' Uy H«",>B and Mill. Field Head, North Snods, s*^ H.KM denee of Thomas Walker, '<!^M Airyholme, and Snow '«- green. The I^^(.i fjM stanlial and superior descript.oe. »" sV *ie«i -*-* ..,.*■ neariy within a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sbo* and Mill, Field Head, North Snods, Shotlev Hail (ihe rrn dence of Thomas Walker, E-0,.), Sou'h Snod«, Boiti-her, i« Airyholme, and Snows-green. The farmhouses of » moM •* stantial and superior description. This Viarrfui property ie nearly within a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. P. Simpson, Preston, late druggist, May 19, at 3- AY. Coultiiian, the elder, and VV. Coult- man, the younger, Airyholme, Hovingham, Yorkshire, farmers, Slay IS, at 12- E. J. Cullen, Sheffield, merchant's clerk, Alay 19 at 11.30- H. F. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11. Chiddingfold - Tuesday, Dunsfold Common ; Saturday. Thurs- ley, 11. Cleveland- Monday, Soapwell ; Friday, Ormesley Station ; Saturday. Airyholme, 11. Cornwall, North-East- Monday, the Kennels ; Friday, Henwood Village, 11. Cots wold- Monday, Dixton Wood ; Weduesday, The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Malton, Old Malton, Broughton, Swinton, Amolherby, Appleton -le-Street, Barton-le-Street, Butterwick, South Holme, Slingsby, Fryton, Watb, Hovingham, Howtborpe Baxter- Howe and Airyholme, H iiden ley, Coneysthorpe, Huttons' Ambo, Welburn, Henderskelf, Ganthorpe, Bulmer, Terrington, Whitwell, and Ryton ; do, by virtue and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Malton, Old Malton, Broughton Swinton Amotherby, Appleton-le-Street, Barton-le-Street, Butterwick, South Holme, Slingsby, Fryton Wath" Ho' vingham, Howthorpe Baxter Howe and Airyholme, are situate within the said Division of Rydale • that the said several Townships of Hildenley, Coneysthorpe, Huttons' Ambo, Subscribers-only content

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    Old Malton, Broughton, Swinton, AmoAerby, Appleton-le-Street; , Barton-le-Street, Butterwick, South Holme, Slingsbjr, Fryton, Wath, Ho! vingham, Howthoroe Baxter Howe and Airyholme, are situate within the said DivUion of Rtdaee; that the jrTgf • IOW^ P *„^ri?.i d fr leT C Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the town ships of the above Union, up to the present time, is as fol- lows :-Appleton-le-Streei, Thos. Hobbs; Airyholme and Howthorpe, John Smith; Aclam-cum-Barthorpe, S. Smith; Broughton, ..loses WilliamsoD ; Butterwick, Mark Thomp- son ; Brawby, Thos. Watson Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    viz. : - Mr. E. Smith, ot Amotherby ; Mr. T. Hobbs, of Appleton-le-Sireet ; and Mr. S. Morrill, of Airyholme. Tbe i.oard directed a cheque for £83 to be signed and given to Mr. Smuh ; > cheque for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Habton, Dunnington, Ebberstone, Tockwith, Green Hammerton, Ouseburn, Bilton, Whixley, Hawnby, Skirpenbeck, Welburn, Kirk Hammerton, Heslington, Acaster Malbia, Acaster Selby, Ainthorpe, Airyholme, Aislaby, near Picker- ing, Allerston, AHerthorpe, Angram, Appleton-la- Moors, Arden, Arnclifle, Askew, Askham Bryan, Askham Richard, Aughton, Ayton West, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the respective places within the Malton division for the ensuing year.- Appleton-le-Street, Thos. Hobbs and C. P. Cleaver : Airyholme, John Smith and John Wait* ; Broughton, George Wright and Robt. Thompson ; Barton - le-Street, John Borton and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    divide part of the said Riding (to wit), the following Parishes, Townships, or Places therein, that is to say, - Airyholme, Howthorpe and Baxter Howe, Amotberby, Appleton-le-Street, Barton-le-Street, Broughton, Bulmer, Butterwick, Coneysthorpe, Basthorpe, Fry ton, Gan thorpe, Hindenkelfe, Hildenley, Hovingham, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ton Coneyathorpe Kirkh * m Hovingham Norton Eut Ncsa Set trin gton Fry ton Scagglethorpe Wath Sii n £ 0n Airyholme and Howthorpe bcani P 3 t«>n South Holme Thorpe Bassett West Nem Wintringham Salton Knapton Bnwby Cramb « Huttons' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the New Maltou Union, in conformity to the order of the Poor Law Commissioner.-, viz.: - Amotherby, Kobert Freer ; Airyholme and How- thorpe, Mr. John AVaite ; AcLlam with Barthorpe, Mr. Edward Smirh ; Broughton, Mr. Mosey AVfliianison ; Subscribers-only content

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