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    Supplementary Records, Underbarrow

    Supplementary Records Underbarrow UNDERBARROW. 1663 25 November. Nicholas Fisher to Daniel Fleming, concerning a meeting of above a hundred Quakers at Underbarrow, on Sunday last. Hist. MSS. Com ., 12th Rep. 31. 1671 7 October. Memorandum that upon the British History Online

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    ?TOthe FREEHOLDERS of the WEST RIDING of thu COUNTY of YORK. MiY L0oUD AND) GssT5.LEeiTEN The office of Registrar of Dftede for the Weet Riding having bocoma vacant hy the lamented dleath of T. B. Hoedgson, REq., I vefltare, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    junwageo. loasnADAMr-JUTTrro.-Oct. 31st, at Spridlington, Lincolnshire, by the Rev. I[. W. Hutton, rector of St. Mary Magdalene, Lincoln, the Rev. Frederick Borradaile, vicar of Bishop's Norton, soe of the Roev, F. Borradaile, of East Hotily, Susses, probendary of Lincoln Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Igj^itANP QUARTER SESSIONS, i al Michaelmas quarter sessions of the I P cn vp county of Westmorland took place at I fo Hall Kendal, on Friday week before I Tovr ? M E*q.i chairman, and the following ■ *'• Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ILocal intelligence. The Chase. - The Lancaster Harriers will meet on Saturday, December 2 Gth, 'on Bowram; on Monday at the New Inn, Poulton ; on Wednesday, in Conder Brest; and on New Year's day, at Mr. Hartley's, North Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    iuuu) DEATH OF WILLIAM PRESTON, ESQ. One of the most useful and unostentatious of our public men has passed away. Mr. WUliam Preston, of Rock House, West Derby, and Ellel Grange, Lancas- ter, died on Saturday eveir'ng, about half-past Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. [In future, all announcements of Births, snd Marriages w in " No Cards,' will be charged m Advertlaema.ta.) MARRIAGES. ~ ' Cockerham.- On the 29tb ult, by the Rev. R. Atkinson. David Irving, farmer, of Bulk, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    -»m_»«- BIRTH. On Sunday week, the wife bf a journeyman tailor, of the name of Dobbs, who. resides . in Hereford, was safely delivered of three fine boys, who, with the mother, are doing very well, being all of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Jttarnages aim Z3eatt)s. [In future, all announcements of Births, and Marriages with " No Cards,' will be charged as Ad ver tue me nts.] BIRTH. Hawkshead, Windermere. - On the 13th instant, at Walkey-ground, the wife of William Lane, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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