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28 May 1853 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
• IN A motet for theistic-I' of Ineuireat at Tory Castle, on Monday rt Dowisso, Judge of the Court Unopposed

• IN A motet for theistic-I' of Ineuireat at Tory Castle, on Monday rt Dowisso, Judge of the Court Unopposed

gad discharged cattle dealer , York ; WON/ Huldermeld, fancy waistcoat Chappell, Marsh, near mason builder; Willis n Mc. Taw% gm" provision dealer; Samuel 'Mese, W - akefield, innkeeper sod 7Ma~l 11 fat s Huddersfield, whiteernith sod bell Webster the elder, Honforth, near Leek,
28 May 1853 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
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28 May 1853 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
LORD JOHN RUSSELL.

LORD JOHN RUSSELL.

On Monday, Lord John Hassell was re-elected one of the representatives of the city of London, without opposition The noble lord, when he appeared on the hustings, met hearty reception Boni the goocl.huniroured audience, which halffilled the hail. Lord J. Russett, after returning
08 January 1853 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
LORD PALMERSTON.

LORD PALMERSTON.

The election consequent ou the acceptance by Lord Palmerston of the office of Home Secretary in the new Administration took place at Tiverton. on 'Monday. Ilia Lordship re-olected without opposition. Lord PALMERSTON said he was neither a friend opponent of the late Admsoitration
08 January 1853 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 

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08 January 1853 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
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18 June 1853 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
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18 June 1853 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
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'l'll NIARRIAOE VOW. Speak it not lighly !—'tie • holy thing, A bond enduring through long distant yeses, whoa joy o'er thine is hovering, Or when thine eye is with bitterest tears. irooorded by an angel's pea on high, Inuit be gliestiousd in eternity ! Speak it not lightly !—tho
18 June 1853 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
1' :I:: ..n Mit it'd If ItIt".11) Nil Ott RE MAN'S JOU RN AL. AMERICA. By the Africa, we have adviees from New York to the , Ist inst.

1' :I:: ..n Mit it'd If ItIt".11) Nil Ott RE MAN'S JOU RN AL. AMERICA. By the Africa, we have adviees from New York to the , Ist inst.

1' :I:: Mit it'd Nil Ott MAN'S JOU RN AL. AMERICA. By the Africa, we have adviees from New York to the , Ist inst. Dr. /Irene sailed from New York on the 31st, on his second expedition to the arctic regions, in search of Sir John Franklin. A telegraphic despatch from Savannah sta
18 June 1853 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England