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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES. '702 CONICERT PRO(+RA:NMIB. Mr. H. Rail1gate, WOhithb-. writes__ -In the lag dtOn f "Johnson's Dictionarr,r edited D-re, Liam~a, thiree qu ottos are gi~-t uvn derth hes of th!e Gr ek I-rn peopt-anoa, and ire Frenrch Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND GE' ERIAIL XEWS LEEDS COUNTY COUNCIL- WORING OF THE TUAMWAYS. A mzeeting of the members of the Leeds City Connt'rl was held yesterday afternoon m t the Town Hall, when the Mayor (Aid. Gibiton) occupied the chairn Subscribers-only content

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    LEEDS 3BOY MODRN SOH00L The Christmas entertainment of the p-upils of the 2 Leeds ?0oys' Modern Sohool was held last evening, in the Albeit Hall, Cookridge-etrest. The weather some- what interfered with the attendance, but the audience was nevertheless Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES. Number 1,054. YORK AND SCARBOROUGH IN THE YORKIST PERIOD. E. EH. C., York. writes as follows:- Seven visits of Edward IV, to York are recorded. The most meneorolble was that immediately after the I terrible Subscribers-only content

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    : FEARFUL SITUATION. TaE printer and publisher of the FIfeshire ourneal, a Conservative paper established at Cnpar, was appre- bended in London, on Saturday last, on a charge of forgery. Oa Sunday night, he was handed over to Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    COURSING. I 11 I i'sT' earn estly ,reques t the coammuications of our fribuds addicted to th lesh alltei a ppointments and sports will be thankfully re- ceived and inserted. MEETINGS TO COME. Club. Judge. Time of Meeting. North Subscribers-only content

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    I HUNTIA G APPOINTMENTS. STAG ROtUND5. Her Majesty's-Tuesday, Neiv Lodge; Friday, Stake Common; at half. past eleven. Rotbschild's, Baron-Monday, Deubam Hall; Wednesday, Mentmore; at eleven. YOX HOUnns. Atherstonc-Kondsay, Barton ia-the-Bleans; Wednesday, Warton; Friday, Shilton; Saturday, MsastokeCastle; ateleven. Badsworlh-Tua6day, Seausby Subscribers-only content

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    A Gallant Run with the Famnous Hurworth Fox Hounds. On Saturday, February let, 1882, these hounds met, according to appointment, at the celebrated and well-known meet, Heigh Woreal Toll Bar, where Mr Parrington arrived with hil little darlings, the Subscribers-only content

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    ADVERTISE- :ENTB. Public Noticea. T^TTx3fws£l^^ BRADFORD. In conaequence of the ensuing Christ- --Day falling on Tuesday, we, the undersigned, intend to Close onr Places of Business on Mohday b kxt, in order that the parties in our employ may Subscribers-only content

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    YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 86, WEBTGATE. A t B A Y EB M EETIKO will be held To-sioHi (Jatubday), at Half-past Seren, conducted by The Rev. T. E. 6TUBGES. Both sexea invited. SALEM CHAPELT- To-m«bw>w (Scnut), the Rev WM. Subscribers-only content

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    RAILWAY AND OTHER COMPANIES. The abstract of the balance-sheet of the Commercial Bank of Sootland for the year ended the 1st ult. shows a net profit of £160,711. The amount set apart to pay tbe dividend, at the rate Subscribers-only content

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    ■ ... &Ol£E S TIC. ~ i < I*. ■■/- His Royal Highness the Prince I ] '. * ; Purchase of the Saudringham \ , which he made a Hying visit of j ' - - 5> md Subscribers-only content

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    QtliQioxxs Jntelliijmtt. +> The Bishop of Winchester has left London for the Channel Islands, where he expects to be detained by his episcopal duties till uear the end of August. The Dean of Arches gave judgment on Saturday in Subscribers-only content

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    laral art& .3 istrict Ibhis. Hartlepool Rural Sanitary Autho- rity.-At a meeting of this body, held on Saturday, under tbe presidency of Mr R. C. Walker, ihe Medical Officer (Dr. Gourley) and the Surveyor (Mr J. Clayton) reported the Subscribers-only content

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    Jtotal anb ©istrict Ultra. j We are glad to hear that Mr John ftewell, 8.A., has been nominated for the forthcoming election for Ormesby School Board, that gentleman not being disqualified, as was supposed. A Batch of Revellers. - Subscribers-only content

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    Local and District News- Meeting of Ironworkers. - At a large meeting of j-onworker-' delegates at Wednesbury on Monday, the generr' principle of the employers' scheme for the re-establishment of the South Staffordshire Ironworkers' Conciliation Board was approved, and Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND DISTRICT HEW& A Miner Killed at Eston.- On Mon] night, Mr J. Dent held an adjourned inquest *J Eston, on the body of Robert Brown, .7 years f age. On Friday the deceased was en».<'. P i Subscribers-only content

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    AN UNTHANKFUL OFFICE. The recent appointment of Income-tax collectors for the ensuing year in Cleveland affords one or two curious illustrations of the feeling which some of the retiring offi ials display on leaving an unthank- ful office. At Subscribers-only content

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    JBtft Bistrict JU&rs. Redcar akd Saltburn. - Visitors' List. - The North-Eastern Weekly Gazette -an Friday morning will contain a complete and -yli-hlo liat of Hie visitors at Bed car and Salt- born. Tanna-S-T*. Japanese -troupe made tiieir first Subscribers-only content

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    NORTH COUNTRY NEWb. To-Night I- Centenary Chapel, afc-8. Musical Service by Bi.**? Class Band Collodion.- ADTT. Found '-Winter Cloves. Mv there, 4 s Od Hats, Ties. Willis, "The White Hat," 25, Newport rd. Advt. Sewing Machines for Cash or Subscribers-only content

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