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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARRIED. -On Saturday last, Thomas, eldest. son of Rtichard Mfilburn, Esq. of Whin-house, near Thirsk, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. John Wright, of Topcliffe Parks, in this county. On Wednesday, Mr. Samuel Coates, to Miss Hannah Wood, both Subscribers-only content

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    EST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE.- r~ AEFIELD ADJOURNED SESSIONS. lvclve,"r3thlatte, MIDSUMMER GENERAL Y\lCg~lehcrYth " d'FtggsSIONs of the Peace, for the West-Ridlng of the ,CAR f -rWell be held by Adjournment In the Corn. ma S , at the House of Subscribers-only content

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    ~WEST RIDIN NIAINTB SOCIETY. Th TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNIVERSARY of this Society j ,Will be held at LIDGATE, near Iludderstield, on Wednesday 1.~rtte Tuentieth of &epternber, on which occasion the Rev. GoREHEAP, of Manchester New College, 'will be inducted tu inotePFatoral Subscribers-only content

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    here said LEEDS AND THIRSK RAILWAY. such -Cans OTICE is hereby given, that- Application is Drai N intended to be made to Parliament, in, the next Parif Session, for an Act for making and maintaining the several chilii Railways Subscribers-only content

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    B.RADfORD. The Mayor of Bradford (S. Smith, Esq;;), and Mr. Hailstone, bad an interview with his Royal Ilighueisr Prince Albert, a few days siuCe, to submit the view anid plane of the near Music-hall recently erected at Bradford, and Subscribers-only content

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    THE REFORM BILL. I To th o edulee already °tvoi7, (iaui wlhch appear with tbr! eutire Bill in this day's Supple'ngi~l), we have now to ad i the following, containing the proposed diviionrt of the Jyect Riding, and of Subscribers-only content

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    Vublkf Notict.I ORTH~car~ RILWAY-TOURISTS' foronecalnda moth illbe issued during the Sum- Whitbv Scubro' Fiey. Seston. or 11sea lot l. Suddl Cnde ls . 2ndoltee '~e9Os~Wel~ington& s~d. I s~d. s S.s d. s. d. s. d. sdsd. HolbeckStatin).. 2 0 Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES. r N suumB 837. a LEAVES FOR A. YORKSHIRE ITINERARY. BY HARWOOD BRIERLEY. 11.-YORK TO POCKLINGTON. GRIESTON. iThe distance from Yak to Poclklington is irteen -miles. There are but four places between-Grimeton, 9 Kexby, Wilberfoss, Subscribers-only content

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    oB IE N F A T R.S INVALIDS, AND TEX -AGEh Dbddd9s ands Sghiy nutzftive Food is qnita distei! fro-M an er obaanhille. Fbe z BfediSai Ressi ears Lit -e~s whe r eilrta othen ioodsa3remjfec-ted It in ira~uiab~sar f Subscribers-only content

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    PRO V'INCIAL. - ~~~~LANCASHIRE.- h EDUCATION AND REPRESENTATiON-A petition is in lbe' course of signature at Manchester to the I-ouse of Commons, rej and has already receivedlsonic highly respectable signatures, co calling upon it to nakec uducation the stepping-atone Subscribers-only content

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    The Observer of this day contains : - Pace pace . dveß tisements . 1-5 Huddersfield .... 8 Commercial Reporter . 2 Leeds 6 Domestic Intelligence - Wakefield 8 Her Majesty's Marine Ex- Board of Guardians . 6 curs Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTH. On the 30th ult., the wife of Dr. Heaton, Leeds, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. Yesterday, at our parish church, Mr. Wm. Hirst, of Southward, London, to Miss Mary Rhodes, of Bradford. Same day snd place, Mr. Thomas Turner, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YOBK ASSIZES BT_.ES V. HOLDOATZ. M. Atherton and Mr. Jones appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr Overend was for the defendant. The plaintiff, Joseph Sykes, is a woolcomber at Queen's Head, about three miles from Bradford ; the defendant Subscribers-only content

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    ?^f^ A SIUM, RAMSDEN-STREET, Gt HUDDERSFIELD. «, DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM T^ d v THE ROMANS UNDER TITUS, A.D. 71. iLKTED BY DAVID ROBERTS, R.A. * Size of Paining, li feet by 9 fee. v^nt Zion, and go round about Subscribers-only content

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    ifrrtt). On the 3rd instant, tho lady of Samuel Smith, Esq., Mayor of Bradford, of a son. JttMitaais. On the 3rd instant, at the Baptist Chapel, Lockwood, by the Rev. J. Barker, George, fourth son of Thomas Walker, Esq., Subscribers-only content

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    «_ t „ CHURCH BENEFICES VACANT. the following Benefices have become vacant - The Rectory of Brideston, Devon, with the Curacy of f ourton near Oakhampton, Devon, diocese of Exeter, by the death of the Rev. John Buller, value Subscribers-only content

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    UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE. (from our own correspondents.) OXFORD, March 18. dean Ireland's scholarship. i The examination for a scholarship on Dean Ireland's foun- i dation terminated this day, when the examiners decided in i favour of Mr. Arthur Gray Butler, Subscribers-only content

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    NISI PRIDS COURT. Up to Tuesday night, the causes were tried before Mr. Justice Crowder ; but on Wednesday, a second Nisi Prius Court was opened, at which Mr. Watson, Q.C, presided. SA TURDAY.- SadIer v. Henlock- Mr. Jones Subscribers-only content

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    IBcciesiastical, &c. Cambridge University Contest.- The remarkable contest for the Chancellorship of the Cambridge University was brought to a close on Saturday, nhen Prince Albert was elected by a majority qf 116 votes over those given in favour of Subscribers-only content

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    SOUTH-WESTERN TRAINS. LONDON AND SOUTHAMPTON. Lbavb Abbivb ax Lbavb Abbivb ax Sodihamptos. Losnon. Losnos. Souxkakxxob. 7 0 9 60 7 30s 10 28 8 46S 11 8 9 15 11 63 11 40 2 37 11 10a 1 31 Subscribers-only content

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