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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    O'. 0F R ET U R N, T7'jj I AN flU' I cmi010 a VIC., C. . N'ATMINAL AM) 1'fON-INCIAL B3ANK OF E"NClLAND. Prven,-5I%3fI04o?'q the. nuberai-oip esiists: Ab NtAi~ Il-IDIeP OCCtrATrION'.J A~btt.T61sfl nl~ and !i Abbott, Miss ltui'y. Riockborile, Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. The Rev. J. F. Green has been offered and has accepted the secretaryship of the International Arbitration and Peace Association. Owing to the recent heavy rains, the Salvation Armry barracks in course of erection at Paigaton fell on Subscribers-only content

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    V: ftI _Nottcc:. E-OPENING OF ST. MATTHEW'S Jo CHURtCH, HOLBECK. On SUNDAY NEXT, the 29th September instant. this Church will be RE-OPENED for the Celebration of Divine Service on which Occasion SERMONS will be preached and 1: Collections made Subscribers-only content

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    EDAS AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY. PATRONS. tl b eRgt Rev, the LORD BIISHIOP of RIPON. I Treltiht 11on, the EARL of lIAREWOOD. 'tT -SIXTH ANNUAIL MEETING of this SOCIETY o fbeTtteld Ju tbe.Mrlelas ~aL Arsroos-SrCeer, on Irednecday, fII~b~e octokr 2.' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    xoticr. of Ap3liEcLtiol tOi 3atliarnmt. ('IOLNE AND BRAsDFORD RAILIN&Y.-. C C.nistruci ion of Railway by Bust Lancashire lsiailway fOrepai'ry. or by new company. powers over railways and stations in Westl tiing of Yorkshire arid to companie owig the samne.-Amendrrent Subscribers-only content

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    All Notices of Marriages or Deaths aent from a distance must be authenticated by the signature of one of our Agents, or by that of a nomoc orresponeat: those left at the office, by the sender. The wordet " Subscribers-only content

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    BARnY-GRcA5Th.&-MSY 6th, at Mascnt St Mary's. Leeds, by the0 ev3. J. Cobert, AMr. reter SBarty to Miss 1Sidget Graham, both of this town. LUXTON-HAWORTrL-May 4th, at the parish church, Blackburn, by the Von. ArChdesacm Ruthton, tho Rev. T. lOxton, Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND GENERAL. LEEDS, OCTOBER 12, 1870. Hler Royal Higiness the Prinoess Louis of Hesse Darmstadt )nas been safely delivered of a Prince. Both the Princes and infant are doing well, The Prince ann4 Princess Christian, arrived at Scasborough Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND GENERAL . We are glad to announce that the lion. Robert Milnes, who met with an accident recently in Ireland, is now recovering, YoRsusaiRs CHAETriEs.-The Charity Commis- sioners' digest of endowed charities in the West Biding Of Subscribers-only content

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    DORXSME LADIES' COOOL 'OF EDUCATION.- ' A meeting of the Executive Committee of this council was hold on Wednesday afternoon at the o0ilce, 97, Albion- street, Leeds. Mrs. J. DPINT presided. Membors wlre, present front Walhefleld, Sheidield, llull, Mirfield, Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES. Number 1,054. YORK AND SCARBOROUGH IN THE YORKIST PERIOD. E. EH. C., York. writes as follows:- Seven visits of Edward IV, to York are recorded. The most meneorolble was that immediately after the I terrible Subscribers-only content

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    drtsuiast5Iic I PREFERMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS. (From the Guardian.) Rev. Canon Atkinson, rector of Longsight; vicar of Bolton. X Patron, the Bishop of Manchester. R1ev. Edward Gilmore Austen, M.A.; rector of Penselwood, Batb.I ROv. Edward Burbidke, M.A.; prebendary of Combe Subscribers-only content

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    THE CHURCH. ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS, ltev Canon Atkinson, to Bolton V. Rev E. G. Austen, to Penselwood li., Bath Rev G. Bigg, to Fenny Compton R., Warwickshire Rev G. Girling, to Westhall V., Suffolk Rev G. J. Homer, to Upper Subscribers-only content

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    The Bradford Observer dl this day contains :- P*a« | -v .Pace A»VF.aTisEM«»cTjtL? J 3,4,7,8 i. Board of Guardians 6 r, ' i ~ -"*-- b I Wrd Ashley in Bradford 6 Commeraf Importer * **! lord Ashley on Subscribers-only content

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    The Observer ot this day contains : - Pace j Pace Advertisements. 1, 2, 5, 8 | District Intelligence 6 Commercial Reporter . . 2 j Board of Guardians . . 6 Foreign Intelligence . 2| Tragic Death of Subscribers-only content

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    YORKSHIRE ASSIZES CONTINUED. Mr. Baiaes and Mr. Cowling were for the pteintiff; Mr. Kaowtes and Mr. Robinson for the defendant.- The pldntiff it a printer at Sheffield, and tbe dottwdoat is a merchant residing ia that town. Tie action Subscribers-only content

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    Watson John, Bagby Waddington Martin, Elmire Waddington Tbos., FeUiskirk Wailes Francis, Hustfawaite Walbran Thos.. Topcliffe Walker John, Swainby Wardley Wm., Barwiek -in Elmet Walker George, Killingbeck Lodge Waud Edward, Manston HaU Wand Edward WUks, Manston HaU Wainman William, Armley Subscribers-only content

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    ADVERTISEMENTS. T ONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY, fhe Anniversary .Services of the Bradford Branch i the London Miesionsry Society will be held on lau-i Day, Oct. 6th, when Sermons wiU be preached fi Borton Lane Chapel, by the Bey. JOHN BAVEN, Subscribers-only content

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    ... . ■ ■!_-' ADVERTISEMENTS. Y)^ SOCIETY. iJv Annual Meeting of this Society -will ba held in -*j. biKS ds' Meetihg Housb, on Fbiday, October nth I&>°> at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, when T-fFABT Forbes, Esq., the Mayor, Subscribers-only content

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    n A M E LIST S.-C OUNTYOF TOEK Aaron Benjamin, Halifax Abbey James Harrogate Abbey Richard, Myton Acaster John, Thome Ackroyd George GomersaU Ackroyd Joseph, Haworth Ackroyd Tbomas, Gomersall Adams John, Brodsworth Adama Thomas, Fridaythorpe Adams WiUiam. Selby AddineU Subscribers-only content

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