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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A FAMIILY POISONED.-Mr William Dawson, surgeon, of Wakefield, has some patients under his care at the present time, residents of Altofts, of the name of Child, whose lives have been placed in great danger under the following cir- cumstances :-A Subscribers-only content

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    slides or conductors, and tilting on one side throw tbem out. They were killed instantly. Their names are Richard Price (Altofts), Albin Snell (Warmfiold), Joseph Shelton (Eastmoor, Wakefield). An accident, which resulted in the loss of three lives, occurred iu Subscribers-only content

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    memorialize the Government to bring in a bill next session for the exten- sion of the franchise. Mr. Shillito, of Altofts, a gentleman well known in the agricultural world, was knocked down by a luggage train as be was attempting Subscribers-only content

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    Re-oelggeleowet, in.middle- Tolaus trade0. Could take charge of frout shop. Would riot ohject to sew, if ratluired. Coodi roforences.-Address, 2. Altofts Tcerrace, Aftofbt, Normastotn, Yorkshire, clJ003 R'~APER~ or Wareironaernie.-W~anted, Siuln xeloe .Y yours Imiss. Ingle; good reforsoces. Could travel, &ce-Ad- Subscribers-only content

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    are no ha ty Infirmary. They are as follow --Selimn John b551 'married, ormanton; Louisa Leek (30). married, Teapis Inn, Altofts; Eliza Mosley (14), Top Stone Row, N Woodlesford; John Hylupton (29), labourer, Altkib Leonard Lord (34), miner, Normanton; Eva Subscribers-only content

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    CORRESPONDENCE. NOTICES TO CORRIESPONDEN TS All letters inteiied for publication o1ot be accompanlied? by the name and address of tse wiiter; not ,wer;saerily for publication, but fJ t lc infortmation of the Editor /heee anaswors to questions are not Subscribers-only content

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    he was Lord Provost of Edinburgh, A young usarried woman, named Polly Jones, wife of Joseph Jones, miner, E~rnotone Rtow. Altofts, leas walking along the canal towing-path in company with a youisg lady on Tuesday, when she was seized with Subscribers-only content

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    rN 'THE COAL TO'ADE.-Tlbe miner in the employ of Messrs. Henry Briggs and CO., WhitWood, asd Messrs. Pope and Pearson, Altofts Colliery, near Leeds, have resolved to give noticec for fifteen per cont advance. The majority of tlhe colliers in Subscribers-only content

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    a chimney stack falling into their bed room. Great danmage has been done on the Mlidland line. The station at Altofts was blown down, blocking the line and delaying the traffic for several hours, A bridge across the line at Subscribers-only content

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    On Monday night,,,for eight hoirs, 350 miners were lm- prisonod in tbie Silkstone pit of Messrs. Pope and Pearson (Limited), Altofts, near Normanton. It appears that the crank of the engine broke ealsen all tile men were at work, and Subscribers-only content

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    afternoon an explosion occurred at the Silkstone Pit of Messrs. Pope and Pearson, colliery proprietors, Altofts, near Normanton, and great loss of life is feared. How the explosion was caused is at present only a matter of conjecture, but events Subscribers-only content

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    WOOD, of Holloway. The business meetings commence to-day. The inquest on the bodies of the eight men hilled in the Altofts Colliery explosion, near Wakefield, was formally opened yesterday and adjourned until next Monday, when Mr. WARDELL, the Government inspector, Subscribers-only content

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    THE ALTOFTS COLLIERY EXPLOSION. I THREE MORE DEATHS. NARROW ESCAPE OF THE RESCUERS. The terrible colliery explosion at Altofts, near Wake- field, reported in our columns yesterday, has proved more disastrous in its results than was anticipated on Sunday, and Subscribers-only content

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    being the -usual weekly mark-et day, and it was announced that a letter had been received from thc vicar of Altofts, acknav edeing the. 1receipt of the subscription whlich was made at the Cen- cress for the widows and children Subscribers-only content

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    while. Delicately perfeiuod Sold by ala I C]hemists and ~erfomlera . 2 1 THE ALTOFTS COLLIERY EXPLOSION. The inquest was held at the Colliery School Roorn, Altofts, near Normanton, yesterday, on the bodies of the seven men killed a week Subscribers-only content

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    in July, 1796. THE ALTOTs COLLIERY EEPLos~O. - Operations ceased yesterday at the Silkstone pit of Messrs. lope and Pearson, Altofts, where the fatal explosion recently took place, gas having been found in the direction where the bodies are known Subscribers-only content

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    firmly wedged on the rocks, and is likely to become a total wreck. Explorers again descended the Silkstone pit at Altofts on Saturday evening, and a new road was cut to Roper's Drift, where the bodies of the miss- ing Subscribers-only content

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    spending the remainder of the year. Six more bodies were on Blonday recovered at Messrs. Pope acid Pearson's Silkstone Pit, Altofts, near Norman- ton, the scene of the recent lamentable explosion. Mr. Duncan Larrock, of the Courock estate, lrenfrew. shire, Subscribers-only content

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    to take the man into custody. He was ldcked up, and Hindell afterwards searched the house occupied by Batty in Altofts. Here lie found asostt 20 yards of blaci silk, ssome velvet, snd other articles, which le believed had been Subscribers-only content

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    CORRESPONDENCE. - $Sicatio eeeoote ac-ceeer mst tke oafse emi wtterU; not acssritg pye- vi bveto, t for ,, oafthe ci-ttr. TV4.ea ans1ers to ~ri-nstions are not f toa~rsc eo is.fey or tmcn the- 'gncoiossrseedz pieae" to, ' t?4 that Subscribers-only content

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