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You searched for: Place: "Carlton Manor" "Carlton Manor", Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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    Parishes Carlton

    Parishes Carlton CARLTON Carlentone (xi cent.). Carlton is a parish containing 1,530 acres, of which 692 acres are arable land, 6133/4 acres permanent grass and 23 woods and plantations. 1 On the north-west the Ouse divides this parish from Victoria County History

    Parishes Chellington

    Parishes Chellington CHELLINGTON Chelwinton, Chelvynton (xiii, xiv cent.); Chelyngton, Chillington (xiv, xv cent.). The parish of Chellington contains 1,530 acres, of which 692 are arable land, 614 pasture and grass and 23 woods and plantations. 1 Chellington is separated Victoria County History

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    UOKLEYSHARP, 035 nEIONEMBRDFORD. r 20181 ,,,T~8 of Low Britoh withont reserve, at 28,,torn 9 Well-street, .&oodaoo, Morc aedfr- jEUdfKLWSY H&Bt', Solong 3,.ker. 1 O on view day of sale,. .- G 4871 d ,,old Prayerty in Drawton-meret, Bradf ord Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Tils (TUESDAY) EVENING, at Seven o'clock. WESIEYAN CHAPEL, E AV IV WOODHOUSE MOOR. INM SSMERMON by the RE V. A. M A C L A R E N. D.D., of Manchester, Fnd D 1179 Collection in Aid of the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    i?mEps PEF?MANE?T BEN?IT BITT? £NG SOCIETY. The lorry-sixt annual repo0rt of the Lseed's Per- I ma!eat Benefit Buildig Society, wh~ich has just been pu'lisl:hed, contains t-he follo~wian-:-During the 'year 1,634 new members hav;e joined The society, enterinlg| 5,272 -5 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LOCAL AND DISTRICT. The Revised Midland Passenger Farks.- With the new year will commence the revised scale of passenger fares on the Midland Railway, consequent on the recent important change initiated by that company. It should be stated, however, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LOCAL AND DISTRICT. nl2f. B ?^ ro,a) Plumbers' Dispute. - At a was^hfw * ""faster Plumbers of Bradford, which Ed at which" S^K J?*" at *" "*k«t Tavern^ tteusrvdeeid^Wi o^ V n »5 eBent » itwa » """^ poritton Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    HORTON LANE, LITTLE HOETON, AND BOBOUGH WEST grNDAT^CHOOLS. The ANNIVERBARY SERVICES wiC ne held ob Sthdat, March 16, 1873, in Hovrs Labe Chatel, when SERMONS wiU be preached, Mornng *nd Eveuig, by the Rev. WM. PUI>FORD, D I>., of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    I NEW NATIONAL SCHOOLS at GT"3ELET. Un Saturday the foundation stone o f „„, new in connection with Guiseley Parish Church was laid, at a : site wh lC h had been given by the rector, the Rev Mr Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Society & Personal Notes. The Mayor of Colchester (Mr. L. J. Watts) aad OonncuwrJ. F. Goodey were among the guests at the^net of tie Turnera' Company, in London, on Dec 6. ___ CJolonelandMra. Makinsaud Mr. Forrest Fulton J£S the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    % iuctt Drapers and Dtosiersf. Tnt\T AL CLEARING SALE of DRAPERY A l^ GOODS. j\ K . WORTHY. 31. KING-STREET, .tt /-nVJ'ENCE, Saturday, February 22nd, and Will _M l £-«■__. for 28 Days the remaining STOCK of LAST WINTER Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BANKRUPTS.- Tuesday, August 13. Jonathan Steele, Deptford, tar manufacturer, to sur- rmder August 22, at balf-past one o'clock, October 3, at oae, at the Bankrupts' Court: solicitor, Mr. Chidley, Guildhall Chambers, Basinghall-street ; official assignee, B.r. Whtmore, Basinghall-street. Samuel Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    COUNTY POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. Before R. Skilbeck (in the chair), E. Armitage, J. N. Sykes, T. J. Hirst, T. W. Brooke, and li. T. Brad- bury, Esqs. Bad Language. - John Sbaw, miUhand, of Lawns, Golcar, was summoned for Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LOCAL MORTALITY RETURNS. WEEKLY BETUBN OF BIBTHS AND DEATHS m THE BOBOUGH DUBING THE WEEK ENDED FEBBUABY 13th. 1892, BEING THE 6th WEEK OF THE YEAB. There were 31 births and 32 deaths registered daring the week. Of the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    GEKSI.AL NEWS, ' The new Queen's Counsel were formally "c died" on Tuesday in the Queen's Bench, London, before Justices Lawrance and Wrisrht. " A Doctor Dibs while Vimti.ng a Tatient. - Dr. Taylor, medical officer of health at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ELECTION INTELLIGENCE. WIGAN. Yesterday morning Mr. Nathaniel Eckersley (Conserva- tive), banker, was nominated for the vacancy in the repre- sentation of Wigan, caused by the death of Mr. T. Knowles. He was proposed by Mr. A. Hewlett, of Standish, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Prom the LONDON GAZETTE of August 13. ♦ Palace of Westminster, Lord Great Chamberlain's ... p Office. August; 12, ISSO. ' " seere!5 eere !? es ' on ani-.ounciug their intention of being present on tiie occasion of the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BANKRUPTS, &c. [FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE OF FRIDAY, AUG. 0.1 BANKRUPTS. TO SURRENDER AT DA3INGHALL STREET. FREDERICK BENNETT, Chvpham, Sumy, soda water manufacturer, Aug. 17 and Sept. 30; solr., Mr. funis, BiUit street THOMAS WILLIAM DORNFORD, Suffolk la Cannon Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    From the LONDON GAZETTE, Tuesday, Aug. 13. BANKRUPTS. Samuel Adams, William Bridge. Adams, and Gerard Ralston Bow, engineers. ' Wt'.liam Henry de Wolf, Liverpool, merchant. Henry Edward Ford and William Reeve., Leadenhal.-.t.eet City, Ship agents. **~*' Edward Ground, Wisbeach Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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