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&Went, AND FREEMAN'S JOURNAL.

&Went, AND FREEMAN'S JOURNAL.

03 May 1851 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
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25 May 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE FARNIER'S FREIND AND FRE'ENIAN'S JOURNAL.

THE FARNIER'S FREIND AND FRE'ENIAN'S JOURNAL.

THE HEALTH 01' TOW NS' ACT AND TIIE OUT-TOWNSHIPS. Mr. CLAIM inquired witether any tills LI had been received trctn the Generl Hoard of Health as to t application of the above act to Clifton, and other places armilarly situated wi h respect to boundary. The AN replied that behin
25 May 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
IR/Irvine% St Death's. MARRIAGES. On the 21st inst.. at Holy Trinity Church, Ho!!, Mr. B. Smith, merchant, of Lincoln, to

IR/Irvine% St Death's. MARRIAGES. On the 21st inst.. at Holy Trinity Church, Ho!!, Mr. B. Smith, merchant, of Lincoln, to

Lucinda, eldest daughter of the late Mr..l. Ribs, farmer, of Cowden, Yorkshire. On the 20th, at Ottringham, Mr. George Marshall, finner, to Hose, eldest daughter of the late Mr. t.. WAWA, of that place. DEATHS. On the 21st instant, aged 31, Catherine El:zateth, the beloved wife
25 May 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
CRICKET MATCH AT SHEFFIELD. YORKSHIRE n. SHEFFIELD. An interesting and well-cont:sted game at cricket, (which we belitve makes the thild

CRICKET MATCH AT SHEFFIELD. YORKSHIRE n. SHEFFIELD. An interesting and well-cont:sted game at cricket, (which we belitve makes the thild

between the above parties,) was played on the Hyde Park ground, on Monday and Tuesday last, when the Sheffield players again proved victorious, having on this occasion six wickets to fall at the termination of the game. The Sheffield side was composed of their best Owls, whilst
25 May 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
MAY BR HAD AT

MAY BR HAD AT

SHIPSON'S CHEAP
10 August 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
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EXTRA

Pen of six small pigs, belonging to Mr. Foster, of Yorl , . were highly cominewled. John Harker, Dianningtoo, Norwegian borrows; scalers with Norwegian harrows behind, highlycommendel Juana- - For . Horaes—Mr. D.tlby, Corps Landing, acar Drilfiold; Mr. Johnson, Brigham, near lln
10 August 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CHARGE.

THE CHARGE.

Mr. Jetties then charged the Grand Jury. Ills Lswithip was happy to sax that he had no calendar being Wm, dais being no prisoner in custody, against wham awy ahem wonid be preferred, and therefore their Meer wail to nothing, unless some person dor* his stay in delivering the bul
14 December 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Dear I

Dear I

14 December 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
HENRY THORNTON,

HENRY THORNTON,

General C'omniission Agent, Cabinet Maker , Fur l niture Broker, Undertaker, and Funera Furnisher, Having entered upon the Business as above, respectlully solicits • continuance of that support so liberally bestowed upon his Esther, and can assure Mort who stay honor hun with th
19 October 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England