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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Park on the 30th of July, 1845. By her will she gives her estates at Studley, Fountain's, Ripon, Lindrick, Littlethorpe-with-Whitcliffe, Aldfield, and places south of the river Ure, to the Earl de Grey, except Kirkby Malzeard, the moors of Fountain's Subscribers-only content

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    a hoU.-e sn the iKing's Iload. The robbiery wa.s ctommitterd on Sunday attorntoon, and the prisoner, true gav' thte itamfof Aldfield. nlias Wilson, sva? npp,,- hendrd oii Monday .vith the whole of the valuabies in hitt3 pssseseion. Yesterday be told Subscribers-only content

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    lierpos-i session, The Benels commsitted her to prison for two siontiss, with haril Illiour.-In the case of J oseph Willisim Aldfield, late assistant cleric to the Aston Planer Local Board, lvho was charged with apupropriuating £-11., the moneys of the Subscribers-only content

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    PUBLIC RECEPTION TO THE MARQUIS OF RIPON. Onl thle occasion of the re'turn lioso of the Marquis of Ripon to 'Studlay Royal, after ain absence of five years as Viceoroy Of India, thle local authorities and citicOeIS of I Subscribers-only content

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    his arrival. lis first duty was the planting of a a young tree at Studley Royal, and the Studley and Aldfield t e children were specially summoned to the place to witnesst t the ceremonial. For the edification of Dir. Subscribers-only content

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    4'A. 2ns. eSp. of Wi.ood-Land, consisting of fine thriving Oaks of upwards of 30 Years Growth. i1lr. Williem Peacock, of Aldfield, or thle Hind on the Premises, will shew the saint. atdi further Particu- lars may be had at the Subscribers-only content

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    Padlsicle 7 Slettimingfttrd 7 4 wlod 17 Aisin underby-w ith- Ntnnwieb-cItri- Fewotiton 6l Bordgate 111 l-io0agraite I I Tmtltle-Great 1 Aldfield G Ripton 7(1 a Triitscrors 1u lishopton 0 Siiwley 11 Azeilev 2il Bishopside 14igh Sharrow 8 Folitdtiis Earth 9 Subscribers-only content

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    Mead, Esq, ship oiwner, all of thle samne place. . Same day, at tile Catiedr.l, itipant, Mr. W. J. eacoeko Aldfield, near Ripisnn, to Ann. daughter of Mr. Ekdward Nelso,. oif Luimley, neisr Kirby Malzeard. Oss the Iih inlst., at Subscribers-only content

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    both of Bedale. 5Tin Same day, At the Cathedral, Ripon, Mr. Daniel Scott, of Ito Durham, to MAiss Thsacirwray, erf Aldfield, sister to isr. John ' eat Thackwray, of the Queer's Head Inn. la, tile Yesterday week, at the Friends' Subscribers-only content

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    to Miss Eliza C. Bleale, of ilawtry. Bed lid On Th~ursadiy week. a,, lKrbyracttrshldi, Mr. Joseph Oates. of Hal ar, Aldfield, near Ripton, to Jane, third daughter of Mrt. David itit Dodd,* of Gillamitir. Tat SrSime da.5, at Khirkstall church. Subscribers-only content

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    the 80th July, 18145. By her will she gives her estates at, Studley, Fountain's, Ripon, Lindrick, Littlethorpe-with- l lii VIhlitcliffe. Aldfield, and places south of the river Ure, to si the Earl De Grey, except lKirkby .11alzeard, the moors of Subscribers-only content

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    Heali inflicted the fatal injury, and William Dawson, were con- was c demned to death ; the third party, Joseph Aldfield, was Jesog acquitted. Great efforts were made by the inhabitants and on lb authorities of Durham to save the Subscribers-only content

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    BRADFORD. BIBLE SOCIEy,-Yestei-day evening week, the Pa' annual meeting of the Bradford Auxiliary Bible Society' re was held in the Friends' umeetillg-houlie. The Rev. Li ]Sorgaln, B.D., occupied the chair, and was supported by *the Rev. J. G. AMiall, Subscribers-only content

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    divisionI Ct. the raid divis~ion of Loiter Claro would be altored by detselritrg from~ it Sthe said sevralui towvnshiips of Aldfield, Azerley. flaore-U`tlr-LIOW551re'. Fauntaitros Eartlr, GreweltherliO, lilr-ha- bertonCUI-Aeintlhv, Iirltby Mitulzeard, Lavertoti, Lisidriclc, Skeldent, Sturthnely-With-UClytstl, Stornebeckt up, Stonebseik D(Owlti,510 Rotyatl, Sna~tdev Subscribers-only content

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    PONTEFRACT. VIAC. Mr. A - flu A. , . ioosea sorry DISEASED MEAT.-On Monday last, a person niahod named Wm. Wilson was brought up at the Rotationoffie is and before the Mayor, E. Spink, Win. Moxon, T. Routledge, T' Subscribers-only content

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    forming an union, to be called the Ripon Union, i'n the averseers of the following tewnshi pt' Aionunderhyj lay witla-Bondgate, Aldfield, Azenley, Bishopton, Bridge hat Hewick, Clotherholme, Copt Hawiclc, East Tanfreld, ur- Eavestone, Givendale, Grantley, Grewelthorpe, Ing,,. ere thorpe, Kirkby Subscribers-only content

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    Monday, tte 31st December last, or early the following morning, a hog sheep, the property of Mr. Theq. Spence, farmer, Aldfield, Ripos. From the facts adduced, it appeared that the prosecutor had, on the 31lt December, thirt-three sheep in a Subscribers-only content

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    aeia, Newby :'c Skelton : osce constable for Kirk-byv Ac5 , .z'rls-v, Grewelibhripe, Laverton, and North V OiS s':-~lefor Wicckley, Aldfield, Lindwick, -~ ~y Rger Ciohercole, Suttcon, Graictley, Sawloy, .J-erstone ; one constable fr Hi~gh and Low Bishop- Felb ek. Subscribers-only content

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    present were Mr. T. A. Mason (Fountains Hall), Mr. F. D. Wise (Ripon), jvr. J. A. Wallet (Marton-le-hMoor), Capt. Mangin (Aldfield), Mr. W. Wells, Mr. J. E. Cawthorn (Linalnkc), Mr. J. Alexander, Dr. Husband, Coumiellor A. Wells, Mr. T. Highursor Subscribers-only content

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    and chapelries of Ripon, :e Saowley, Skeltoni Bishop Monkton, Winkeley, Kirklington, North Stainley, Wath, Bishop Thornton, Markinglon, id Sharow, and Aldfield, when betwseen 300 and 400 young h people of both sexes received that rite. The introductory .eaddress in the Subscribers-only content

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