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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    awblhad y treniadau ar fyrder. Dygwyd y llofrudd -Charles Peace i ddioadef a dedfryd eiAhf y ftaith yn ngharchardy 1 Armley, foreu Mawrth diweddaf. Cyfiawn- haodd y ddedfryd cyn marw trwy gyff~iad o'i r euogrwydd, ond gyda'i adroddind ei - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Calio, Flannel, Sheets, &c., &c. Sale Price List. Par- ticnlars of £50 CashPrizeComipetition and PatternsFree. V ALUTAS, LETaLEY & Co., Armley, aear Leeds. -PI Puzzle yr Wyth Llythyren. . Adeiladol, Difyrus, a Dyddorol i Hen ac Ieuanc. ' Defnydd Difyrwch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Also ,Calico, Flannel, Sheets, &c., &c. SalePrice List. :Par. ticiilars ofz£50 Cash Prze Competition and PatternisFree. ALUTAS, LETUiEY & Cc., Armley, near Leeds. To MtOTHERS.-Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup- h~s ,een used over fifty years hy millions of mothefa Ac their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -and Braikeuridve, Bartlell's buile ings, Holb&rn. F. Simpson, lHluddersfield, woolstapler. Attorney, Mr. Beckett, Noble-itreet, Foster-lax ..I J. and T1'. Garnt, Armley, Yorkshire, wvoein-mancfateorer, Attornies, Messrs. Few, Ashimore, and Hamilton, Hetirietva. F street, Covern-oarden. | 3, Barnes, Portsea, buiider. Attornies, Messrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clarke, Birmingllamn, petfUMeT. Attortues, MNessrs. Egprton and.Witham, Grays--iwtt-sqiare. J1. Kemp, Cowlinge, ufeoll,, Ialtster. Attorney, Mr. Ayrton, Gray s-isn-squ."re. WBri-si , Armley, Yrksltire, clothier, Attorney, Mr. Wil- son, Orevil le?~street Hto-gardes- IL Hall, J. Clay, aed F. Atkinson, Sutton soAshfild sta:rch- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    die-sitker. Attordies, Messrc. Piice an'd Yh'llierms Lincols'-ioe. W. J.%1ionkhiose, Liverpol. iron-merchati. Attornies, Oessrs. Rowland and Young; Liicolit'-inn-Pelds. -' J. Appleton. Armley, Leedst, oiersha-tit. -Attornies, Messrs. Toi tie, Richardson, anil Gamit, Pom i'rv. 3. Rebbeck, Devizes, Wiltsbliro, sntufn~airufacturer. Attorney, Mr. Popkin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sheffeld, ciheesemonger. Attorney, Mr. Wilson, -.Greu'lle~streer. t. Baymby, Osset Common, Yorkshire, clothier. Attornies, Messrs. Fisher and Sudlow, Tiiavies-inn. W. Gaunt, Armley, Yorkshire, clolh-rmantsfacturer. Attornies, Messrs. Stocker, Dawson, and Herringham, New Boswell- court, Carey-slreet, Lincoln's-inn. A. Fotids, Love-Clougbl, Laccasihire, cotton-epininer Attorney, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cornhill, merchants, T. Wood, New Church court, Strand, printer. J. Pearce and 3. Perry, Nottingham, lace-manufacturers. WV. and J. Hepper, Armley, Leeds, cloth-manufacturers. R. Pearson, Rotherham, Yorkshire, grocer. T. and E. Frost, Sheffield, Yorkshire, tailors. J. Wells, Kenninghall, Norfolk, shopkeeper. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Lytbgoe, Essex street. 'W. LeesonJun. Nottinghamn, hosier. [Austen and Robson, Gray's inn. W. Evans, Liverpool, grocer. [Williamson, Liverpool. G. Cromack, Armley, cloth-manufacturer. [Blakelock, Serjeant's inn. R. Diver, Great Yarmouth, chemist. [Swan and Co. Old Jefiry. T. Haslop, Bury St Edmund's, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was felt at the village of Holbeck, near Leeds, and fbr a considerable distance around. The noise was heard at Armley, Kirkstall, Headingley, and Chapeltown, and at those distant places was likened to the shock of an earthquake, a slight Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street taller- September l6, (. Coltis, Romford, Esrex, iron. rncm~ner-September 1i, T. Rogers, Kinglen, flereford, ire. oeeper-S,,pternter 16, J. Stead, Armley, L eis, voilleo cloth mannnfactirer-September 14, J. Sacdston, Liverpoel, timber dealer- September 13. 3. Green, Exeter, civil enlgi neer--September Subscribers-only content

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    inst. after a short illness of a spasmodic nature, in the 78th year of his age, Benjamin Gott, Esq., of Armley House, near Leeds Mr Gott was at the head of the eminent firm of Benjamin Gott and Sons, woollen Subscribers-only content

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    19, E. Ilooth, Birming. ham, victualler-June 19, J. Bratt, West Bromwich, Statfdrd- shire, draper-June 23, M. Moss, sen. and Co. Armley, Leeds, Yorkshire, cloth manufacturers-Jane 22, E. Kiikby anti Co. Shefield, Yorkshire, silver pleters-July S, IV, FaircInitgb, Wavertree, Lancashire, innkeeper-June Subscribers-only content

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    Bloomsbury, bookseller. [Pain andt Hatherly, Great Marlborough street. C. Smailfield, Newgate street, printer. [Fry and Co. Cheap- sids. T. Austin, Armley, Yorkshire, cloth manufacturee. [Wigless -worth and Co. Gray's inn. W. Whalley, Leeds, wool merchant. (Makinson and Sanders, Midlle Temple. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of destruction. At this time a evw of the 17th lancers arrived, accompanied by two of the Messrs Eyres, of Armley. The riot act was read, and a few minutes allowed for the people to disperse. The people, however, moved Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Norfolk, innkeeper. [Abbott, Rolls yard, Chancery lane. R. Stockley, Ramsgate, cabinet maker. [LIewellen, Cook's court, Lincoln's inn fields. J. Forster, Armley, Yorkshire, cloth manufacturer, [Wigleswortls andCo Gray'sinnsquare.dI [Maples and Co. Frederick's place, Old JeHry. H. Bentley, Liverpool, commission agent. [Olier, Subscribers-only content

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    victualler. [Spring- hall and Co., Ravmmnd buildings, Gray's inn. G. Cox, Plymouth, victrialler. [Penkivile, West street, Finsbury. J. Rainsden, sen., Armley, Leeds, cloth manufacturer. [Sudlow and Co., Chancery lane. DIVIDENDS. October 2, B. B. Owen and B. G. Owen, Pallmall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Middleton, Leeds.-S. Crosland, Elland, Yorkshire, corn miller. [Westmorland and Taylor, Wnketleld.-W. Mason, Halifax, Yorkshire, draper. [Sale and Co., Manchester.-A. Craven, Armley, Yorkshire, cloth manufacturer. [Richardson and Gaunt, Leeds.-MI. Oruse and iV. Hf. Lynass, Liverpool, ale mer- chant. [Anderson and Collins, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adjourned, and he therefore adjourned it until Monday next. The prisoner, durina- these ad- journments, has not been sent to Armley gaol, to which prison nffenders are generally committed on remnand, but has been allowed Io remain in Leeds gaul, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were imported duty free. John Hlannalh, who was lately convicted at York of tise wilful murder of Jane Bonham, of Armley, near Leeds, on the 11th Sep- tember last, was executed on Saturday, at the scaffold behind York Castle, in Subscribers-only content

 

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