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    Parishes Thirsk Stanley , Earl of Derby . Argent a bend azure with three harts' heads cabossed or thereon . Bell of Thirsk . Party cheveronwise azure and sable a cheveron engrailed with plain cotises between three bells argent . Markenfield. Argent a bend sable with three bezants thereon . Pigot. Sable three picks argent .

    Parishes Thirsk THIRSK Tresc, Tresche (xi cent.); Treske (xii cent.); Thresk (xiii cent.); Thyrsk (xv cent.); Thurske, Throsk , Thrusken (xvi cent.). The ecclesiastical parish of Thirsk comprised in 1831 the townships of Carlton Islebeck or Carlton Miniott and Victoria County History

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    CP.H.904 Reference:CP.H.904 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:undefined Case:Violation of church rights (repairs of church) Details:43 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 22/9/1609 - 15/7/1617 People & Places Participant: Office Role: plaintiff Details: undefined Participant: William Bell Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

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    TO ADVi?RTISElW. "Mbeaa" (capitol ?iis' steed esemler] sassess U6 qopNcassf&etwS Io?4se-ige asS wet lonpjelgpee'ssnotk'. ?D leitors its oesssser to ASOBVIIUMIiI lArosOi tOss Printers ne-s Joe'- 55Oti? iS tJ55 0 parti'o, issud ills erdeelers katie no vger? coatrol OPec ?5tO. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    OUI1R I'ii SEN'l'UIVESYSTEMI' I; iresit Saonte 20 miles tIorrii-ea`St of York, picturcesquelyI pia-Cod fbeneath, t.e hluttnIil19, is the littie their I rnaikot town oa: iairslk. it is a clean, quiet, unPre- Bell tending place, entirely dependent on the business Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WANTED, a m^Zmix&tnnwMutMM. Fnr 1 OH A "*•** - •___--»_ a k* »fKVT for the SALE of a S uj>cr>«»r^r. 1 -- "-^ Khw if t0 respor-M- -b'htv.to qii.i.lAM Br.TT.SON. Brewer. Hull I^SXsITUATION^^ Ac r i UPKEEPtn, a stout, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    _..- ,T WSTTBT. . si. r ',Hvat'l Craren, .„, l*«*"? ivkroyd, nearKeigh. Ulltv>a,,ie.oanun- r%v,"^,',re.' ,'"; ...nuiKiU- bro- '•■.■•■■"■• 1 ";f^-"--T ' , " durinc U>e last < Mr Jflß^deH " tl,at c L connection with " " Ti. ■v"'^"' Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    YORK LENT ASSIZES. I ( Continued from the Fourth Pope.) T-EBHAY. Kareh a*. POACHING AT NEWBALD. UOBKBT RUUD. JOHN ADDISON, and JOHN CLARKF eh„ having. <»' «? of Jwu-nr, ranged over grounds tielongiL to Jllta W. Clough. Esq.at North Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    COUNTRY NEWS POCKLINGTON. ' PtTTT Sessions. - John Sokell was brought op before C Legard, Eaq., at tbe police -office, on Saturday last, coarged by Mr. Campbell, shopkeeper, with breaking a pane of glass in his shop window the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WANT*. +c. ■ APPRENTICE to the General AN A PP^li- J ,DmAsvnwr-Umiaa» - Umt ' W * wm9 r To A T LADY-DA V NEXT, TO BE tSTEKE _^\ MOUSE, with conve- a s»iuali G<rntt lla- with tram It* Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    mtmCELLANEOI S Am Appff wliji WANTED I* _c GROCERY. FRUIT, -d SERB TRADE. Apply to Robert ■ r. Cdril.-*. I t TL KIN AMY SURGEON, EASING WOLD, Is in ia*_a___ Want of an A SS IST A NT. t_ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ytsCELLANBOrS. rrZsMAVL THOCSAND POUIttM __ S ~' B^ mmA - - ~" m* m * , **>* 7 ** r " rssi^nrndcammntsTiTeTioi,. ********** Sm.Bßm.**. Maßanora Director. ..■si st*trr*Aw a. tae Heir* ef John Temnest, * m * tk af' Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    - -^"^JgcELLANEOUS. RANTED, .TTiTATIONa sGAMEKE EPER, by AM1 V " w ho is an Excellent Shot, thoroughly » &**%. Sarin* of Game, Breaking of Dogs, n J ers tands the ' mm jj ost respectal>le references w Character and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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