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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUATIONs VAOANT (CoWd) a mer. Tehle.c.d J ol b.142 Ilin rtept Hrs.ahe. J. MasalIun1~ _____onist_ frtxoet. Honee L WELLERSlL Woealt co ta~o~ booiol-ent:D sIppri entiremanagemus of~ohb to d soft ent-. Predei Street. f4104 WtF orksroo eS1 LA J6I a Subscribers-only content

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    T irtlioloniew, Layton, Horcnastle; Mr. Heaton Clarke, of Elling- e thorp, near Borouglsbridge. f Fon SHrEs AND Pros-Mr. C. Clark, Aisthorpe, Lineslolsire; I Mr. J. Painter, Burley, Oakhsim; Mr. C. Smith, Burley, Oakshaiu. f eoDs Pris.-Mr. Jacob Smith, Ilumberton, Borouglibridge; Subscribers-only content

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    StARtLE, ie of this torn. Saniieday, at Queen'd-toeu Lodge, Southsea, aged 71, Vice-idmiral a r. J. DoucLAe. Sa1e dy, at Aisthorpe, near Linoolo, aged 36, ANN, wife of JoHN it, EALAND, ESQ,, - Same day, aged 2 years, ManoanEr, daughter Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. W. S. Atkinson, Barrowbty, join, Thirsk. SnxaEE AND Pias.-Mr. George Leighton, Osgodby, Scar- do., bro'; Mr. C. Clarke, Whitehouse, Aisthorpe, Lincoln; Mr. is E. Umbers, Wappenhury, Leamington. Bera CA'rrLx.-Mr. Crofton, Holywell, Durham ; Mr. Cattle, ties Dormont, Lockerbie; Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    Graytinghror, lily- amo borough. Willrsuehtssn. temozwoll, Harpirwell, Glesstworth,'Springthorpe, way, Reaphona, Upton, boihomeham, Willinghams, Inghram, Coates, Canimar- one, loghom, Boattleby, Thorpe-hin-the-Fallows, Aisthorpe, Hcampton, tirer Brr,xliolme, 'North Carlton, South Carlton, Barton, otherwise Basrton- Lthe by-Lincoln, Newpert, Lincoln Castle Prison, ail in the Subscribers-only content

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    East-Riding, eseaulted James Uoyle, and robbed him of a pair of boots and a eap.-Mr. PREsToN prosecuted-Tho prisceer lVvs at Aisthorpe, and at ten o'clock on the night in questi)o, be was walking to that place from Barton Agnes, when Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flash of highifiing. One of them, named George Aisthorpe, fifteen years of age, was killed, and the others were remedered temporarily inseisible, and remained paralysed for some hours. Ini the case of Aisthorpe death must have been instantaneous. The electric Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of lightning. One of tthem, named George Aisthorpe, fifteen years of age, was kiaed, and the others were rendered temporarily inseosible, ard remained para- lysed for some hours. In the case of Aisthorpe the electric fluid is said to have Subscribers-only content

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    Bclkingliam, XViale Inni O. Hollingworth, Melbourne, farmer R. IV. Nieklinson, Derby, ale dealer B. Toyn, Great Glrimsby, auctioneer T. lualkham, Aisthorpe, retired facmx 3. W. Joncs, Carmarthen, boot dealer B. Slade, Great Linford, farmer J. WV. Bnighty, Urpwood, firmer T. Subscribers-only content

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    as not to he interfere with carriage traffic; and the villa-es which d- will be accommodated are Burton, Carlton, Scarmptoa, Aisthorpe, Brattlelay, Cammearinnham, Ingham, Filling. ai- ham, Glentwortb, HIarpswell, fieemsweil, Willoughton, Blyborough, Grayingham, Riseholme, WeltonW Hackthorn, be Spridlington, Saxby, Firsby, Subscribers-only content

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    F-OOTBALL. YOp&SHIRE RUGBY UINION. mcii.of the, Yorkshire Rugby The -z+ ,¶2 heldI Thst evening, at the Green vans fx]. ia&'1- President, 'Jr. J. A. Mliller iv.e aupin the chair. andl the, following, ~ Ii, '~r,.'rt Messrs Neweome (Dews- F'ii\¼ Subscribers-only content

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    TEE ESTATE 11LAR=T. F0.71THCO3NUG At.UMON SA;LM Brothzrton, mear, Ponreract.-MIessrs. Bartte and Sv- AEIfht Gottaies in Low-street. ]rozhermri. Arnusc 8th. Blotbhurc-t., znear 'osrJteraot-lt. dhlt larnre Firre Cottaera tirclu-diong a Shop3 iD Highbtr-Oe'. Biooherton. 1.;ao Catle (bait. Aumeno SEth. Gamesri ard Subscribers-only content

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    Jackson, master, from Quebec, with a cargo of timber, deals, staves, and lathwood to James Kirkpatriok. On the 4th July,spokethe Aisthorpe,. Murphy, and the Ilarmoimy, Black, from Vaterford, both off' Hamre latud * 23d July, spoke tIle Rosa, of aull, Subscribers-only content

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    Smith Samr. Wierley, Wirkswor and.C.o..for ............. Richard Arkwright, Esq: Shimw'ell James ......liddleton by Youlgrave ................................ Thomas Bateman, Esq. Short George...... Aisthorpe. .............................................. Henry Bowden, Esq. Tomlinson William,.. Walton-on-Trente .... .......................- ..... Marquis Townsend. Woodrow Robert,..... Bradby, Newton holney and Hartshorne Subscribers-only content

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    Broad; Vicar of Pentuty, Norfolk.t Rev. 'f, W. Bul; Vicar of Peterchurcb, Herefordslire 1 Rev. T. W. Bury; Rector of Aisthorpe, Liocolushire. Rev. 3oh Catlis* Rector of Holy 'rinity, lleigham, Norwich. llev. John Cheetha; Perpetual Curate of St. ary's,f Greev. Subscribers-only content

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    of Stuffynwood, wife of the F High Sheriff of Derbyshire; Mrs. B'ory, wife of the s Rev T. Bury, of Aisthorpe Rectory, Lincolu, and Mrs. Edwards, wife of Mr. George Edwards, C.E. Mrs. Abney died in 1888, and snother daughter, Subscribers-only content

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    fully cboral, was conducted in the oburch by the Rev. Canon Olivier and the Rev. T. W. Bury (rcotor of Aisthorpe, and son-in-law of tbe de- ,cased), and vaa impressively rendered by the choir. Whilst the eolemn cortc'ge was wending Subscribers-only content

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    P. Thoems, to Llansuse B., Gismoergashlre; Y val., 291.; patL, the representatives of tihe Marquis of Bate. d VAoCANorue. S3 Aisthorpe R., wo. West Thorpe, val. 2B91.; pat., T. MinesE.; aid Scaupton R., VL. 821., with residence; di pat., ir Subscribers-only content

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    of a daughter. MARRIAGES. EAT,AND-STRAW.-Oct. 9, at St. Mark's, Jtonnlngton, by the Rev. It. Woodward, J. P.. Eaaind, asq., of Aisthorpe, Lincoln, to Mary Ermnis, relict of the late T. Straw, Esq., of Greetwell, Lincoln. FORSYTHl-HORSLEY.-Oct. 9, at St. Johs's, Subscribers-only content

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    that of Mr. Dale, and it appecrs that Thomaa Go-h, gamekeeper, saw Aisthorpe in bis mf steis preserves " dodging aboutr," with a gun. As Goth was approaching, Aisthorpe ran away, tb-ew the gun into a hedge, and hid h-mae-f Subscribers-only content

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