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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in foal, or with foal at foot, suitable for breeding Hunters: lot prize, £28., to Mr. J. T. Robinson, S Asenby,. Thirek; 2nd, £1S., to Mr. Rt. Aldwortb, West Bagbourne, Pet Dldeor 8,d, £P., to Mr. W. Tiadall, Lincoln. L Subscribers-only content

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    Ross D. uste residing at Rutland Street, lately trading Market -Place, and Sneintols Market Hall, Nottingham, job FREDWALER rt~itwoDSholde MutonInn, Asenby, near Thirek, innkeeper.ead mas borugh ner Rtheha, tadig a Brdg Gate, Rotherham, tlsRtY CHARLES BArLV7, EaStrOort, Burbage, Wiltshire, 'grorer. Subscribers-only content

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    WL'1 ;'il3)DLETOy, Solicitor, Leeds. llisAST AND WEST YORKsHIRE JUNC- (of c ,? UTICA- RAILWAYS 31-tR316GATE, 1u2'ARESBROUGII, AND 10Al;.ifinrtdl NOTICE is hereby given, that application is in ended ior to be ulade to Parliament in the ensuil g session fir Subscribers-only content

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    Ic D~toil Bal~k Islebeck Carlton, Is'liner witi Crake Illill other- ton yta l I wise Eletere with Crake Hall, Skipton, Asenby, B'aldersby, Mstt >Wils.hip Dish-forth, Marton-le-loor, Rainten 1witt - Newley, Groat Brou eiae Thirkleby otherwise Great ThirtlebyI, Little Thilrkleby other- Subscribers-only content

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    iron wheel plough. Stand 9.-EDWVIN EDDISON, Headingley, Leeds-Cultivator; in- ventors, Leitb, White, and Atkinson ; makers, ditto.GED- os o YZATrS, Asenby, Thirek-Foser-horse power thrashing machine; drill for general purposes asd for sowing fine and rough manure - improved Norwegian arrow, Subscribers-only content

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    95, at Ripen, Mr. Wer. GILL, millWright, of that city. Some day, at Redcar, aged 44, Mr. WmI. DnEssosat, of Asenby, near Thirsk. Same day, aged 49, Mr. GAMALIEL BATTY., of Holrinfirib, Ci - butcher. ICc Saeday, aged 48, SAnAn, Subscribers-only content

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    years, and was universally respected. Oil ThturNday, at his resideitce. at Asentiy, aged 6q, THOMAsj W, WAVREis, B sq., of Asenby and ofi Copt ilewick, in the North thi Riding of this county. Ho was the younneset Ron of John Subscribers-only content

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    labourer in husbandry, who has di brought up the greatest number of children, withont reseivig parochial. relief, t2, Tiomas LCartwright, Asenby, Topclilffe; st 2, 6i, Thomas Johnson, Tockwith. )4entriesj) M EXTRA STOCK. as HORSES. hr Richard Henry Swale, lirtwith, Harrogate. Subscribers-only content

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    by the Rev. W. P. W. Torre, Mr. MATTEUw .SORUTON, farmer. Leeds, to ANNE, daughter of Mr. WcA. OLARKR, farmer, Asenby, near Topcliffe. Same day, at our parish church, Mr. JAS. a T NcSOoN, model maker, Leeds, to Miss SARAH Subscribers-only content

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    Baxter James, Tickhill Clark Robhert, Blarforth Hall Baxter Johnikhl Clark Captaiu T. M., Wetherby Baxtr Roirn Dudey, igh Clark Win., Asenby Fixeld Donmateru lyHih C ark Win., Howden Banerl in, Bonarten Pio Clarke Christophier, the Marmi- B9ayley Wm.pl, Firtbeckse tage5 Subscribers-only content

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    -On Mon~day, during the busiest tim e of the market day, a ponly belonging to Mr. CIreykte, of Poplmar Hill, Asenby, rau swtay with a con~veyanns from| the Itoyal O~ak H~otel yarrd. Mir. Thomass Myers, fanner, of Skipton-on-Sw*ale, endeavourea to Subscribers-only content

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    me nuired v duties, and can have four years' oearacter from his lost place. pply F. S. 11., Mrs. Farmery's, Asenby, Thirek, ; 11788 TITANTED, a MARKET GARDENER'3 MAN, ir akie l VV chargeandattendmarket. Anhonest, Eober,irat r nU who can Subscribers-only content

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    Crouapton, Ens;.. Azgrley Hall, Thiralk. Ed~munid Henry T,;rto, En;;., Kilvington ,Hall. V (harlcal Oalley San~ders, Esq., Tihirsk. William Tetley, Es;., Asenby Ledge, Topeliffe. Archibald Macbean, En';., Thirak. Saietsel Johnson;, Bas;, Heaketh Hall, Boltby. Thirok. Henry Mlorton, Ens;., Hutton Conycrs, Hi1ps;;. Subscribers-only content

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    of ;tlOO from tha late ni. lio cketh, esq., and another of £22 Ifs, from theh lte Mr3. L~awson; 1 Asenby, uear Thirak. The inceme cram enheeriptionsand vested property, there- fore, will amount to shoot £t1w3o., Of this, £1480 has Subscribers-only content

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    tasgonfoacelenatiiaistathrvival of commerceial preeprtiilzoea u deoheIsiulnto its accustsaind high all ytcletdmasaeyhesiaeat£,0.thioem howve,In ip Eqedaohro 2 t rmtelt ie Lawson, of Asenby, near [0- Thirsk. The income ftei sehocrption advested property, there- lie fore, wilt amounut to asou £1720 of ti.£1480 Subscribers-only content

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    Topcliffe. by the Rev. H. Hawkina, Jo)n Watson, RFq., of Sowerby Park. Thirsk, to Eling Johnstone liBalker, of Park Homse, Asenby, culy daughter of the late Thomas e BaYker Es. Oct. 13ih, at St. Afary's, Fotlness, Essex, by the S Subscribers-only content

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    Yerlitterrac, Begeut'stpaik, to Jane. daughter of Win. Bentley, otes., of o metdehororgh. TETraaY-rsoo.-De. 17th, at Middleton.in.Teesdade, William Tetley REq., of Asenby I odge, near Thirak, to Anne Gaecuigne, eldest daughter or the late Robert Sntgg, REq., of liddleton HoFrs arId Subscribers-only content

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    Hotel, Othey. Mare iin foal, or with foal at foot, suitable for breeding hunters, £26, J. T. Robinson, Lackby Palace, Asenby, Thirsk. Ca x.--SWorthorns-Bull above three years old, ;£40, C. W. Erierley, Rhodes House. Middleton. Yearling bull above oine and Subscribers-only content

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    entries were good, and the animals deserving the sanse description, Premier prizes were given to Mr. J. T. Robinson, of Asenby; Mr. J. Wrsighill, of JVhiLby ; Mr. T. Blacbbure, Broughton; Messrs. T. and G. Knowles, Rudby; Mr. P. ShinuLsins, Subscribers-only content

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    Bauruber; 2, W. Johnson. Goole. Brood mare for breeding bnuntrs, with foal sucking, AV. Tindall, Lincoln, 2, J. T. Bobinson, Asenby. Five years old hurting gelding or marve, ualifiod to carrv 13 atones and upward., H. JewiSDle, Haittborpe; 2, W. Subscribers-only content

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