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Bradford Observer

Bradford Observer Yorkshire, England

22 Jan 1876

for examination as far aswttendanoeo are eonesnihd, hut the difieuty is that his tcuofaer has to toy sod qualify him to pass the same examination tha* the day scholar with his 950 attendances has to pass—that is, at the -timsrs’ rate attendance with twenty

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Wakefield and West Riding Herald

Wakefield and West Riding Herald Yorkshire, England

6 Feb 1892

was a met dilemma. -Mr. AmOrre Is Wrentham iocledal T--Mr. aiming N.-Mr. : That will bring the number up to 144.-Mr. A/110T7 (entraly): *feathery.. is sheep left out.- Mr. COOlllOO I Ma yes weekl eft be we Melee( with your remarks.-Mr. Amyl= : You an meekly'

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Todmorden & District News

Todmorden & District News Yorkshire, England

24 May 1918

Sutcliffe. Th<- extra music by the choir (with Mr. Frank Crabtree conductor and Mr. E. S. Gdl ai the organ) consisted of the following: after noon, introit “To God eternal, anthem “Let. all the world” (Jordan), Mr. W. Greenwood being the soloist: afternoon

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

6 Apr 1927

smokes pipe! Both Mr Thomas and Lord Birkenhead an clearly of opinion that the man wh< does not amoke cigars does not deserve to called a smoker at all. ' Lore Birkenhead, strange to say, is less inclusive than the Labour leader. Mr. Thomas all for Havanas;

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Halifax Evening Courier

Halifax Evening Courier Yorkshire, England

12 Oct 1900

Ku. . bele. II try wasted a tar the Warm TM. W. J. Orr. :Maam me Mr. Derry fur err T. (Ins oat. the perm! Toren wand • reedy medial lad Mr. Ingham sad ethers TM- WTI& J. li. Wela laird by member. of tat lima ea pal ile. N. W. Warm Beam . ad be meta War

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Sheffield Weekly Telegraph

Sheffield Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

5 Mar 1887

and Mrs. Dangle* arrived Mr. bed ra- Tbe lawyer, hi answer to some questions pot by Dr. Airlie, who attended (at Mrs. Douglas* request) friend of family,” declared that be knew of no other will than the one which bad jast been reed, end that if Mr. Lockhart

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Sheffield Weekly Telegraph

Sheffield Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

26 Feb 1887

apeecb, as (I taking Mr*. Maddox into hi* Special confidence, and the good lady felt much fluttered tha compliment. It was way Mr. Madiogley had, and it had stood him good stead with middle-aged matrons many time. His confidence* were never of a nature

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Whitby Times, and North Yorkshire Advertiser

Whitby Times, and North Yorkshire Advertiser Yorkshire, England

30 Mar 1877

remarkable chiefly for a peculiar gentle shyness of manner, and his great lore for his mother. Personally, he resembled both his parents, having the brilliant dark eyes and hair of his father, with his mother's refinement of feature, and pure, clear skin. Wh«l

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

3 Aug 1931

SERENE GIRL (Mr A Cochrane) .. .East 9 BILL SVKES (Mr Gant) V / SOI (Mrs E Wallace) JcJS 5 ESSEX BEACON (Mr Davis) ThraU 9 2 FAITHFUL GARRY (Mr Lester) J Scott 6 9 0 CVTANIAN (Mrs E Martin) Martin 7 8 10 SilSrG MASTER (Mrs g DUTCH GOLD (Mr T 5 8 7

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

23 Sep 1905

President (Mr. W. G. Rayner) occupied the chair, and among those also present were Mrs. Rayner, the Lord Mayor of Sheffield (Sir Joseph Jonas) and the Lady Mayoress, Mr. Felix Weingartner and Mrs. Weingartner, Colonel Sir John Bingham and Lady Bingham, Mr. and

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Sheffield Weekly Telegraph

Sheffield Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

19 Feb 1887

was amazingly popular and especially with the ladies. A good-looking, thorough bred man young ladies particularly voted bim charming, and tho rarity his appearance, usual, enhanced his value. Amongst one his curious whims, at alt events in th« eyes Tunnleton

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

8 Jan 1918

EMPIRE. • Mr. W. H. Uliis, Matter Cutler Shelfleld, a Knifflit the Order the British Empire; Mr. Albert Senior and Mr. Albert Davidson are Commanders of the Order; Mr. J. \V. Baker, Rotherham, an Officer the Order, BEEF SCARCE. civilised globe, and his Millie*

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Otley News and West Riding Advertiser

Otley News and West Riding Advertiser Yorkshire, England

2 Jul 1869

Jean.' The Laird of blackbarony (who for a reason that willafterwarda appear, was not willing that his neighbour should pay hi.. visit at the: particular time) gave the thing the go-by, by saying that his daughter was ower young for the laird. • E.'ns you

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

7 Aug 1933

TUPGILL (Mr Bell-Irving) .R Armstroncr PYRUS (Mr T Lant) Butters 8 » RIVER ARROW (Mr Renton) Renton < SILGUS (Mr E Nolan) Colling 9 (Mr Renton) BARB ASIN (Mrs S Mason) Rotten PLAY ON (Mr J Russell) Russell DISTANCE (Mr Harper) G Sadler CLAWS (Mr i Robertson)

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Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter

Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter Yorkshire, England

11 Feb 1910

be mar stead of his own; and Brewster said of him that • leis la It , wed fail, 3sha. I saw min. Andrew: ' Aye. Bat thiskia ' shoot when he left his room to seek for saythiag he • taws. Did pa, said John; the Laird: And the lady his ft..igt asually

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

26 Aug 1876

Two Iniles, on the flat. Mr J. Beil's Lady Portrick, 4 yrs—£loo Mr Green’s Sleet, « yrs- £5O Mr Hardoastlc. jun.’s mby D’Eetournel—Queen Lily, 5 yrs— Mr J H Peart jan Tont en Jrn—£so •Mr J. howlai d's South Bank, »ged-£’o Mr R. Sn 1 h’s Good Advice (late

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Knaresborough Post

Knaresborough Post Yorkshire, England

22 Jan 1887

accustomed to. Yes H. paused. He took his chin between his angers and thumb, his brows became knitted, and a look of despair gloomed all his face. In this position he sat folly three minutes, when he suddenly roes to his fest. Tut tat,* he said, recklessly

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Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette

Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette Yorkshire, England

20 Nov 1858

the R«t. W. Knight. Mr. Hunry Freamn, ranfinar, to MM* Sarah Jana Clegg, both of thla town. On the ISth hut, June* Church, Hall, by the Rev. W. Knight, Mr. Rkhsrd Wright to Fiancee, daughter of Mr. Joseph On the the Rer.W. Knight Mr. Daniel Whileblood

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

18 Apr 1931

LIGHT (.Mrs Crossman) S BURGEE (Lord Glaneiv, o *s » BUNCH (Mr p John'oiO ,,Tlls JOHN SILVER (Mr Steel) a LADY MARJORIE (Mr M Benson) . .„ GARDE (Mr Singer) Harti** KING (Mrs Wallace) l 1 CnopEß (Mr EmanucO-D'' I SED'EANDV (Mr Joel) * NOTE (Mrs Cocke)

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Huddersfield Daily Examiner

Huddersfield Daily Examiner Yorkshire, England

27 Nov 1909

dark mimics material. At the opening Mr. John Clifford. of Fartown Green, presided, and in addition to Mrs. Radelide. there were on the platform the Revs. T. A. deSeries and W. Dawkins. Mrs. Jeffries. Mrs. Clifford, Mrs. Barrett, Miss Nicholson. Messrs.

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