Huddersfield Chronicle (04/May/1850) - page 1

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CSPRING FASHIONS.
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JET beg to inform the Ladies of
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RRY ena Neighbourhood, that their SHOW
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Huddem Open on WEDNESDAY the Sth, and follow-
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S$ wl
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House, Cross Church-street.
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- AN announces to the Lalies of
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185 LAD and its Vizinity, her return frem Lon
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Hudie on of fashionable MILLINERY, MAN-
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with a ESSES, &e., &e., and solicits their favours on
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iy DE : 'the &th instant, and succeeding days.
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pe rhea drow, May Ist, 1859.
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. ALDRED begs to return thanks to the
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Is. AUD ae and its vicinity, for
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Ladies 'os just returned. from London with the
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She SRESS and MANTLES,
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ext Ste on APPRENTICES WANTED imme-
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y anc
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aly. . ;
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rae KILNER begs tw announce to the Ladies
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Coe aictd an the Neighbourhood, that ber
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 : of Novelties for the Summer Season, will be
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ps sction on WEDNESDAY the 8th of May, and follow-
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sper
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days PPREN IMPROVERS wanted.
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-PRENTICES and
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N AM orth-road, Huddersfield.
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RJSSES HIRST, in returning thanks to the
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ST tanta of Huddersfield and Neighbourhood,
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to announce y have selected from the best
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Lots a Chvice Assortment of Mill y, consisting of
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nets, Caps, &c., to which they invite the Inspection of
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Public.
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co. 34, Buxton Road.
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Rs. L. ROEBUCK begs to announce to the
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Ladies of HUDDERSFIELD and its Vicinity her return
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> Londen with a Fashionable Assortment of MIL-
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SERY, Straw and Fancy BONNETS, Ribbons, Flowers,
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sthers, Head Dresses, Dress Caps, &c., which will be
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1; for Inspection on WEDNESDAY, the 8th Inst., when
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favour of a Call will be highly esteemed.
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op of King-Street, 1850.
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[SSES ARMITAGE beg to announce to the
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Ladies of Huddersficld and its environs, the
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nm of Miss Arsmitace from London, where she has
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scted a choice assortment of MILLINERY and
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RAW GOODS, &c., suitable for the approaching
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'on, and that their SHOW-ROOM will be OPEN on
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UNESDAY and following days, when the favour of a call
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be esteemed.
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, Buxton-road.
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ISS RUSHWORTH respectfully announces
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to the Ladies of Huddersfield and the Neighbour-
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d, that her SHOW ROOMS will beopen on WEDNESDAY
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8th inst., with an Elegant Selection of Millinery,
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sses, Mautillas, Straws, Embroideries, Laces, &c.,
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ed to the Spring Season, and solicits the favour of a
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APPRENTICES & IMPROVERS WANTED.
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hapel-hill, May Ist, 1850.
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A CARD.
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MES SYKES, Garpener and Sexpsman,
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MILNSBRIDGE, has OP EN ED his GARDENS, si-
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ed onthe South side of the Longwood Station, as
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lic TEA and PLEASURE GARDENS.
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NX.B. - REFRESHMENTS provided.
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ay Ist, 1859.
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TO LANDED PROPRIETORS, BUILDERS,
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AND OTHERS.
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TANK LODGE, Architect, Surveyor, and
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Estate Agent, begs most respectfully to announce,
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t he continues to furnish DESIGNS, with Elevations,
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ns, and all necessary working Drawings, Estimates, and
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pifications, with or without superintendence, on the
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st reasonable terms. Surveys of Land, and Dilapida-
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ns, and all other Branches of the above professions,
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cuted with precision and dispatch.
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Ditces, -BRIDGE END, HUDDERSFIELE.
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WILLIAM TURNER,
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COOPER AND PORTER MERCHANT,
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No. 13, Westcate, HUDDERSFIELD,
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(opposite the Cherry Tree Inn.j
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EGS to return his sincere thanks for the
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J patronaze bestowed upon him for nearly 20 years,
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B hopes to wert a continuance of past favours.
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PBACCO, SNUFF, & CIGAR ESTABLISHMENT.
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WILLIAM TURNER, JUN.,
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ry ESPECTFULLY informs the inhabitants of;
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Huddersfield and its neighbourhood, that he has
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pened a Shop on the same premises as those occupied by
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p Father, as above, for the Sale of TOBACCO, SNUF F,
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d CIGARS, and hopes, by selling the best articles, to
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ure a share of public patronage.
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Meerschaum Pipes, Cigar Cases, Snoff Boxes, &e., in
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sat variety, and every article warranted of first-rate
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Auty.
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Observe the address. - No. 13, Westgate (opposite the
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berry Tree Inn).
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NEW CORN WAREHOUSE.
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NURTHER REDUCTIORN!!
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LIST OF PRICES.
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Stones of the Best Family Flour
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" Stones ditte, in half bags... oo... cece.
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uarter Bags, or 5 Stones of ditto
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n Single Stones ditto 200000000... ceeececeeeeeeeeeceeese
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ine Biscuit Flour, per Stone
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rheat Meal, per Stone 2.000000 ooo ceeceeeeeee eee,
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'ominon Flour, per Stone
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vst Oat Meal, per Stone
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at Meal, per Pack 2.0.0... ool eeeccteeeeceecee cee
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ig-Mea!l, Horse Corn, Sharps, Bran, Barley-Meal, &c.,
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at reduced prices.
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Hue best Herts Hamber Malt, 8s. 2d. per Strike (19ibs.}
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Yorkshire made Malt, 2s. 10d. per Strike (191bs.)
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'ORN WAREHOUSE, 17, CROSS CHURCH STREET,
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('ext door to the Sun Inn,) Huddersfield,
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J, HOPKINSON, Proprietor.
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S bat teed pt et ey te 0D
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MOSOOOSSOONM
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ONMRWDAMROSOS™
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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
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'EW CORN, GENERAL PROVISION, AND
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BAKING ESTABLISH MENT,
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Nos. 3 and 4, Manchester-street, Huddersfield.
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~2S axp MILNES respectfully
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) inform the inhabitants of. this town and neighbour-
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vod, that they intend OPEN ING .. the above
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mses on Satcupay, April 27th, with a STOCK of
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ROVISIONS, which, from their knowledge of the best
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"4 Cheapest markets, they have been enabled to select
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un C86 yreatest economy.
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Q ALITY has been their first aim with to the pur-
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'tucy have made, and by READY MONEY they have
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ed their second consideration-LOW PRICE ; so
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these two essential qualities cambined, they pre-
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o Teceiviny a share, of that patronage which the
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"gy and unbiassed publie of the town of Hudders-
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they have double reason to believe-confer upon
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°uis to promote the public good. . - -
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"3, Would especially cull attention to their Bakehouse.
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r immediate ¢-nnection with the premises, they will
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a possed of every convenience with regard to this de-
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nent. -New Bread, Biscuits, :and Tea -Cakes will be
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2 tly on hand, and orders for both Private and Public
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""S will be punctually and expeditivusly executed.
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Ail 95ch, Isso, 8:MS & MILNES, Proprictors.
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= DISS
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SATURDAY, MAY 4 1850.
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} ADVERTIS
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7 HOLMES BROTHERS, ©
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GENERAL-.AND FURNISHING IRONMONGERS,
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(21, NEW STREET, ° a :
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attention to their STOCK of Drawing, Dining akfout,
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Room STOVE GRATES and CHIMNEY rites > Bre ts
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KITCHEN RANGES and COOKING APPARATUS, GAS CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS ané BRACKETS,
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LOCK DOOR-KNOBS, WITH BELL-PULLS AND FINGER-PLATES TO MATCH, CORNICE ENDS AND CUBTAS WANDS, =;
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FENDERS IN ORMOLU, BRONZE, OR BERLIN BLA
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RR ASPECTFULLY call
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CK, WITH FIRE IRONS TO. SUIT
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an COAL VASES AND BOXES, 'eS
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PAPER MACHIE AND JAPAN IRON TEA TRAYS, TABLE AND DESSERT KNIVES AND FORKS,
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DISH COVERS OF THE NEWEST SHAPES, - ae
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London Tea Urns, Bronzed, Brass, and Copper Kettles, Metal Tea and Coffee Pots, Candlesticks, Toilettedhi
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Shower, Sponging, Hip, and Slipper Baths, at such prices as place them- within the reach, Wf
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a . DAY'S PATENT WINDGUARD. ES
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The Windguard is guaranteed to cure all smoky Chimnies caused by wind, and for Ventilation has bea
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great success to Schools, Nurseries, Bed Rooms, itchens, Larders, Stables, &c. ee
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SOLE AGENTS FOR SYLVESTER'S PATENT RADIATING STOVE GRATHIRES
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. which may now be seen in use at their Show-rooms, : z
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SELL-HANGING AND GAS FITTING, SMITH WORK, IRON AND TIN PLATE WORKERS, kc."
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a
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MARBLE AND STONE CHIMNEY PIECES, MON UMENTS, TOMBS, BATHS, &.
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MILLERS and CO. solicit an inspection of their extensive STOCK of CHIMNEY. PIECES, in
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, every description of the best Foreign and British Marble, which for elegance of design and excellence of work-
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manship cannot be surpassed. Being the only importers of marble in this part of the country, and having all the
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advantages of the best machinery, they are ena to offer their stock at véry low prices. 'ble Chimney Pieces
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Marble Baths, Monuments, Tombs, Woashstands, Table Tops, &c., made to any
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on hand from £1 to £100 each.
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SHOW ROOMS AND WORKS, STANLEY-STREET, NEAR THE NEW BAILEY, SALFORD, MANCHESTER.
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pattern at similar prices.
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HATS! HATS! HATS! .
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THE APPROACH OF WHITSUNTIDE:
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EAGLETON'S EXTENSIVE AND FASHIONABLE HAT DEPOT,
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. No. 20, CROSS-CHURCH-STREET.
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J E. EAGLETON in leaving for the present with a discerning public the absurdities to which he
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@F , has felt necessitated to refer in his former advertisements, (and which he now publicly challenges np ieat respect-
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fully announces he is JUST RECEIVING at his Extensive Em rium, large PARCELS of HATS, ENTIRELY of
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NEW SHAPES, in Men's, Youths'-and Children's, manufactured expressly to his own orders.
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J. E. is convinced they excel all others in the neighbourhocd in beauty and style.
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Observe !-EAGLETON'S FASHIONABLE EMPORIUM, No. 20, Crosi-Church-ptreet.
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THE ILLUMINATED CLOERK,
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No. 5, KING STREET, HUDDERSFIELD. '
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R HESLOP begs to inform his Friends and the Public that he has alwa:
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e ASSORTMENT of LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S GOLD and SILVER WATCHES of first-rate work-
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Fanship, and at the lowest CASH PRICES; also a Large Assortment of CLOCKS suitable for Offices, Libraries, Drawing
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ms, &e . .
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R. H. takes this opportunity to caution the public be ay the very inferior and low-priced Watches that are puffed
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off in the various Periodicals and other Advertising mediums, and begs to inform them that he keepgonly such Articles
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as he can with confidence recommend. Lo vi
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As the repairing of Foreign Watches has always been difficult to English workmen, he has engaged a first-rate work-
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man from Paris, who has had considerable experience in the watch manufactories of Geneva, that now any foreign
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watch, however complicated and difficult, can be put in proper repair in the shortest time possible.
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THE ONLY WORKING-JEWELLER IN THE TOWN KEPT ON THE PREMISES.
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SOLE AGENT FOR BRAHAM'S PATENT SPECTACLES. oe
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SILVER PLATE FURNISHED FOR BANQUETS, DINNER PARTIES, &e.
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aon -hand a LARGE
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HATS! HATS!!! HATS!!!
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BAYLDON'S FASHIONABLE HAT WAREHOUSE
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37, CROSS CHURCH STREET, HUDDERSFIELD.
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B. returns his thanks to his friends and the public for the decided ' preference given to his Hats,
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e over all others, and begs leave to inform the Public, that he has just received a new assortment of Infanis',
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Boys', Youths', and Gentlemaa's HATS, of every description, of the Newest
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G. B. particularly wishes to make it known to his friends, that his Fancy Hats,
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Styles, and at such Prices as never offered to the Public. "5
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LIST OF PRICES: -
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in Black and Drab, is of the Newest
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i ¢ ¥ of style, and
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the new improvenients, perfect in ventilation, having no superior in qualify at any price. 42
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The abors, List of Prices will be found such as has never befure been offered, and places aff Competition at an
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immedlate distance. - AXD MENS' CAPS AT REDUCED PRICES. -
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Style and strength, at 12s. ; the richest, First-class Hats that can be made,complete with every
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be,
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NO. 104, TOP OF KING STREET, HUDDERSFIELD,
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL tr
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CARPET, RUG, DRUGGET, AND GENERAL DRAPERY WAREHOUSE.
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W D. and S. HENSHALL, in returning thanks to the Gentry, Clergy, and Inhabitants of Hud-
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e 4ersfield and its vicinity, for the many favours bestowed upon them since O ning thé above Establishment,
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beg to inform them, that Mr. 8. H. has just returned from London, Manchester, and other !
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made extensive Purchases of Goods suitable for the approaching Season, consisting of a large riment of Phamh and
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FANCY SILKS, SATINS, SATINETTES, ALPACAS, LUSTRES, BALZERINES, PR A TED MUSLINS,
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And a great variety of Novelties for Dresses. Long and Square SHAWLS, in Paisley, Cas , Barege, &e., &e.
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Plain and Fancy Cravats, &c., &e., &e. se
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ALSO, A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
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PRINTS, DE LAINES, TABLE LINENS, IRISH & BARNSLEY SHEET ER S, TICKS,;
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DIAPERS, &c. '
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W. D. & §. H. wish particularly to draw attention to their STOCK OF TAPESTRY, Brusselak 4:4tha Kiddermi ter,
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2-4ths, and 5-8ths Stair Carpets, Rugs, Printed and Plaid Druggets, &c., in great variety, beige the largest and best
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selected Stock in the West Riding, and which they are now offering at such Prices as cannot f&
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give every satisfac-
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tion to Purchasers. - . . . ; .
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RUGS MADE TO ORDER ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
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FUNERALS COMPLETELY FURNISHED, AND EVERY ARTICLE OF FAMILY }
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ON HAND.
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BURMAN AND CALVERT, 7
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DEALERS IN FRENCH & ENGLISH PAPER HANGINGS, DECORATI¥
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CROSS-CHURCH-STREET, HUDDERSFIELD.
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STOCK FROM FORTY TO FIFTY THOUSAND PIECER
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and C. return thanks for the very liberal support with which they have been oured, and at the
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e same time to inform their Friends and the Public that they have NOW RECEIVE@® the WHOLE of their
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NEW PATTERNS for this SEASON, which have been selected from the moet eminent Mu @facturers in France and
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land. - :
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En & C. can confidently affirm that their STOCK is the most varied and extensive in the#vest Riding, and conse-
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quently, having bought largely, they can offer at such PRICES that no House in the King,
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dongjgan surpass.
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LIST OF PRICES.
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Satin Papers from 13d. per yard... or ls.
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Flock Papers... ... ... .. ".. Byd. 3 - 3a. €
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Marble Papers for Passages ... ... lid. - ,, Ree tee Bee ae Is. €;
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Lodging Room Papers from Five-pence per Piece. ft
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N.B. - Several Thousand Pieces of last year's Stock will positively be sold at considerably lew
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PAINTERS, &c.,
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NOTICH OF REMOVAL.
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THE TEA ESTABLIS H 4 T ,
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os 92, KIRKGATE, HUDDERSFIELS.
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G T. WRIGHT respectfully informs his friends, the public of , Huddersigg and its vicinity, that
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WA, from increase of business, he has been under the necessity o removing to more comnpitions premises, situate at
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$2, Krrkaare, late in the occupation of Mr. Joseph Hammond, and directly opposité tear, G. Hall, Chemist and
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Druggist, and would take the present opportunity of tendering his thanks to those who: Mey have favoured him with
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their patronage, hoping to merit a continuance of the samo., ~ : : se
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The Stock of Teas which G. T. W. has gelected from the London and Liverpedtifea Sales, for the opening
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of his New Establishment, are acknowledged by most competent judges to be the finest immamitted the last two or three
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seasons, and which consist of Assams, Souchéng, Oolongs, Scented Orange, Pekoes){ mpers, Monong, Congous,
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Gunpowders, &c. : - "Wd .
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Having been some time in the Wholesale Tea-Trade, and constantly in the habit?
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different qualities of Teas, G. T. W. has had an opportunity of acquiring a thorough knowlegs
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a time when there are so many adventurers, and so many inferior qualities imported, is ind
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G. T. W. would further add, that there are no adyantages possessed by any
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& position to avail himself of, and begs to submit the following list of prices :-
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ling and tasting ng tho
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e busingss, whieh, at
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ionaibhy requisite.
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fee trade w he is not in
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. TEAS.
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. SLACK a. 4. b 5 - onzey:
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Good Sound Congo ............22..00.ceeeeeeeeee 3 r Young Hyson............. 'eles e.
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Soong" dite 34. ,, Hyson Kind ..............
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Fine Black Leaf ditto ..0..0...0..0.0..0000.000e vu § 5 Canton Gun wder, 4
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Good Pekoe. Flavoured ditto, Strongly Fine Small f ditto ....0: Bisissizaseases 50 ,;
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recommended for family use ............ 4 - 4
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MATCHLESS MIXTURE 4s. 8d. per IB., or 1s. 2d. per quarter, which for Strength and flavor
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eee Ee deosrvany tbe voaptioulae attention of the working chs,
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COFFEES. =. 4
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1s. per ib. Costa Rica and Jamaica, mixed, 1s. 4d. gegitb., strong)y recommended.
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Inferior ditto ......0.0.0........e2 1GD. ,, Fine Old Mountain Jamaica......1s. Sd , usually sold at -Is. 10d.
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. , Oooo 48. ae. fae 6a
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Taylor's Cocoa .............c0..ceceeeeee oesaeseecaees 6d. per IB.' BKQ oo. .ceecsecseceeceee pitvens Uévsessepeceeees .4:,.,6d.. por Ib.
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cauine Rock 9d.....0.......... per lb. 7 - Sinpeensad Roll ditto, highly recommen for ite under the Womepathic
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° - ., ' 2 . Treatment............j8perib fg
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Fime London Mustard, 1s. and le. 4d. per Jb. Crushed. Lump Sugar, 5d. 8 p Lamp Sugar, 53d.
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OBSERVE!!THE TEA ESTABLISHMENT, - KRIRKGQATE,
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and Bigd :dinner, Dower, 'tes, and
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{{7 ALTER BRADLEY res
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Y James Wright, Glass ond
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TION, upon the said Premises, to commence on Mi
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Well-made Hats, from 4s. 6d , to 5s. 6d. ; at 6s. and 7s. 6d. ; beautiful Velvet, Fashionable in 8 =and splendid in
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Colour, warranted to wear well, at 8s. GD., and 10s. A well assortment of French and Satin ¥ ape, fiydver,
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3
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kets, where he has
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and are divided into Lots to suit the convenience of large
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ean nveiresen tee
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No 8 MARK
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ET P
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"RICH AN
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Chimney
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. Temoval to more eligible Premises, all his .
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cians <p p BUM -
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es, Scent J Inkstar
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are
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clock in the
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The attention of Parties is respectfully invited to this Salo,
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Auc'ioneer's Office, 13, Cross Church Street, Huddersfield.
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SCRIBBLING MACHIN ERY, &c.,
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FOR POSITIVE AND UNRESERVED SALE
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AT HEPWORTH, NEAR HOLMFIRTAH.
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F[O,BE SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. THORN-
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TON, on THURSDAY next, the 9th of May, 1850, by
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order of the Trustees under a Deed of Assignment, on the
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premises in the occupation of Mr. Henry Hinchcliff, at Doc-
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TOR MILL, Hepworth, near Holmfirth.
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The following really valuable MACHINERY, comprising
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Three Billys, Three 32-inch Carders, Three 60-inch
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Scribblers, One spike Willow, One Slide Rest, half a pipe
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of fine Oil, about 200lbs. of Black Warp, 50lbs. of Blue
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Warp, Listing, sundry Sheets, Oil Cans, &c.
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The whole of the above machinery is of the most modern
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description, made by Messrs. Pogson and Sons, of Holm-
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firth, some of it is early new, and in prime condition.
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le to commence at half-past Ten o'clock.
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N.B. An Omnibus starts from Huddersfield at 9 o'clock,
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A.M., and arrives at Holmfirth at a quarter to Ten.
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Also, on the SAME DAY, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon,
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at the House of the said Henry Hinchcliffe, at SCHOLES,
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near HOLMFIRTH, all the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
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FARMING STOCK, DYE-WARES and STOCK-in-
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TRADE. For particulars see posted bills.
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A punctual attendance will oblige the Auctioneer.
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TO RAILWAY CONTRACTORS & PROPRIETORS,
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TIMBER. MERCHANTS,
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BUILDERS, Masons, JOINERS, CARPENTERS, SMITHS,
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Coa. Masters, Iron' FOUNPERS, CARRIERS, FARMERS,
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Brokers, &e.
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be SOLD by AUCTION, (without the least
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reserve,) by Mr. LANCASTER, by Order of the
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Directors of the London and North Western Railway
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Company, on the Premises of the said Railway Company,
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called the SHEDS, situate at HILLHOUSE, near Hudders-
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field, in the County of York, on WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,
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Fripay, and Saturpay, the 15th, 16th, 17th, and 18th
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Days of May, 1850, at Ten o'clock in the morning of each
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day isely,
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All the Valuable RAILWAY PLANT, of evory descrip-
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tion, with all the WAGGONS CARTS, MACHINERY,
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TOOLS, and MATERIALS, lately used in the construction of
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Ca) ters, and Coal Proprietors; Plank Ends, Slabs,
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Balks, Joists, Floor Boards, Battings, Séantlings, Posts,
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ils, Fence and other Wood, in large and small Lots ;
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890 Centre Planks, 900 Tunnel and Culvert Centres, af ya-
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rious Dimensions ; a large Quantity of Oak, Ash, Flin, Larch,
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and other Timber, in Lots; several Sets of Tiead Gearing;
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Iron and Wooden Rollers, Water Troughs and Spouts,
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Flat and Round Ropes, 24 Iron 'tunnel skeps,
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Stone Drags and Trucks,~ 60 Wheelbarrows, Several
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TRAVELLING CRANES
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and Appendages, 10 Sets of
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Shear Legs, from 12 to 40 Feet Hizh: Double and Single
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Purchase Crabs, Three Mortar Mills and Screens, 14 Casks
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of Cement, Quantity of Wood Sleepers, 70 Tip and other
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EARTH WAGGONS; Iron Chains in great variety,
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Smiths' Bellows, Four Anvils, Crow Bars, Boring Rods,
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Smiths' Tools; Waggon, Cart, and Barrow Felloes ; Screw
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Jacks, Blocks and , Scrap and otker Iron, 12 Strong
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Ladders, 23 good CARTS and WAGGONS, with 3, 33, 4,
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43, and 6inch Wheels ; several Waggon Bodies, several
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Sets of Wheels for posgons and Carts, 3 Water Carts,
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Three Spring Certs, Two Large Goliahs, 500 Centre Props,
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30 Pairs of Wrought Iron Wheels and Axles, together with
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an immense Lot of useful Timber and other Effects usually
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fund on a Plant of this description, and too numerous for
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The Sale will be found worth the attention of the Public,
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as the whole, Effects must be cleared without any reserve,
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and small Purchasers. And further particulars will be
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given in Catalogues, which may be had Four Days before
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the Sale, by application to the AUCTIONEER, or to Mr. LODGE,
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at the Huddersfield Railway Station. The Effects will
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have every Facility of Transit, as they are lying on the
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Banks of the Canal, and close upon the Railway, and near
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the best of several Turnpike Roads.
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Any further information may be had at the Office of the
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AUCTIONEER, or of the said Mr. Lopes, at the Station.
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IMPORTANT SALE OF PLANT, MILLS,
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MACHINERY,
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STEAM BOILER, PRESSES, &e.,
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AT CALDER DYE- WORKS, WAKEFIELD.
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A .R. BECKET begs to announce that, in conse-
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quence of the above premises having been purchased
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for a Soap Manufactory, he has received instructions from
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the proprietor, to SELL by AUCTION, on Monpay, the
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6th of May, 1850,
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The valuable PLANT, MATERIALS, and other
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EFFECTS used in that extensive establishment, com-
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'prising twe valuable waggon-shaped 30 horse Steam-boilers,
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ith valves, feed-pipes, and fittings; twenty excellent
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Iron Vats, 6 feet diameter and 7 feet deep, with copper
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Pipes and taps complete ; four Whitty's patent Singeing
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Machines, with 4 feet and 8 feet plates, cast iron standards,
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&c.; Dash Wheel, 7 feet 2 inches in diameter, with stan-
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dards and carriages; three superior Double, and two Single
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Crabbing Machines, with iron frames; Levers, Rolling Gear,
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Shafts, and Piping ; six Washing Machines, with rollers
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and iron Hoesing 5: two large Drying Machines, with 13
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cylinders, 6 feet long, 3 fect
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ing, and Going Gear ; four
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diameter; Steam Box, Shaft-
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capital Indigo Mills, with shafts,
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wheels, and fixings ; one cylinder Lac Mill, with rollers ;
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oné Lac Dressing Machine, with wheels and gearing ; pair
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of upright Grip Stones, 7 feet diameter, 16 inches thick,
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with cast iron plate, shafts, wheels, and gear. Dyewood
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Rasping Mill, with 36 inch barrel, knives and traverse
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gearing, large grindstone, with stone cistern, and driving
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pulleys. 'twenty-two excellent SCREW PRESSES, with
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plates and ovens complete. Forty LARGE STONE CIS-
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TERNS, with standards, valves, and éo per pipes. Tron
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Trammels ; Wood Rollers ; large Tron Winches ; lines of
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wrought-Iron. Shafting, anh conical, spurr, and bevel
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w carriages, &c. ; Copper Syphons ; large. uantit
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of Iron Steam-pipes, with valves and cocks ; widiaht- Tros
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and Lead Boilers ; Iron Cisterns ; Wood Serays, Horses,
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Packing Tables, and various other Effects,
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'may bo inspected three. days prior to the Sale, and
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descriptive Catalogues had at the Mercuiy ahd Intelligencer
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Offices, Leeds ; the Guardian Ottice, Manghester ; the Ob-
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server Office, Bradford; the Chronicle Otfice, Huddersfield ;
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and of the Auctioneer, Wakefield. -
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Sale to commence precisely at Eleven o'clock.
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N.B. - The Dye Works adjein the Calder and Hebble
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Navigation, and the turnpike roid,' sind being within five
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tninutes': walk 'of thé Lancashite and Yorkshite Railway
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poods Station, affords a ready transit to all paztd of thd
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m. .
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akofiald, Apri 20, 1850.
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LACE, HUDDERSFI
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IMPORTANT AND RXTENSIVE SALE OF
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D VABUABLE CHINA, .
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AND VALUABLE. ST00K..OF GLASS AND
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nd, and Bb Bx
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ELD.
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Breakinst Services, Omaments, richly gilt Dresden V: Lamps, and an
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. Variety of useful Articles, for the reqhiremente of a A email Extabliahment. oe hte?
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os °fO THE EADIES, CLERGY, GENTRY, HOTEL REEPERS, :
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AND INHABITANTS OF HUDDERSFIELD AND. ITS SURROUNDING NEIGHBOURHOOD. i
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tally , makes known, "that he is favoured with ini
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large or
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 : ctions from Mr.
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Place, Huddersfield, to. DISPOSE of by PUBLIC AUC-
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and following days, previous to his
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CHINA, . - "
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Rich Cat Lusttes, sem of Vases,
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Moulded Flas Sggar Basins and Cream Jus,
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rior to the Sale, and may be obtained at the Office of the
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wer
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" ontalogues are in preparation, and willbe ready a Wook
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Auctioneer ; or at ie by remitting Four Postage Stamps, will have one forwarded per return.
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The Show Rooms will be open two days for imspection previous to the Sale, from Ter to Four o'cluox.
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it being particularly deserving of notice.
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N.B AN EXPERIENCED PACKER WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE.
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VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE,
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AT HILL TOP, IN GOLCAR, IN THE PARISH
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OF HUDDERSFIELD.
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O be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. LAN-
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CASTER, at the House of Mr. James Hall, Ross
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and Crown Iny, Golear Hill, on WEPNEESDAY, the Sth
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day of May, 1850, at Six o'clock in the Evening pracisely,
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in the following, or such other Lots, as may be avresd
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upon at the time of Sale, and subject to such Conditions aa
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shall be thon and there produced, :
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Lot 1. - All that Newly-erected MESSUAGE, or
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DWELLING-HOUSE, with the Bar, Stable, and Mistal,
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Dyehouse, Reservoir, Yard, andgarden thereto belonging,
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situate at Hill Top, in Golcar aforeaid, with the following
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Closes of LAND adjoining the Homestead, and now in
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the several occupations of William Taylor and James
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Cotton, viz. :-West Field, Far Brink, Near Brink, with
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Stone Quarry and Reservoir fer Soft Water, The Johnny
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Bank (in two,) and the Sheep Ing, cortaining together,
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with the Site of the Buildings, 7.1. 2n. 27P.
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Lor 2. - All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUS!;,
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now occupied as two Houses, with the Out-Kitehon and
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Dyehouse, Barn, Stable, Mistal, and Yard, situate at Hill
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Top aforesaid, and the following Closes of LAND
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adjoining the Homestead, and in the several occupations of
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James Cotton and William Taylor, or their Undertenants,
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viz. :-Stone Pit Field, Spout Field, Tenter Croft, Laith
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Croft, and Shrogg, containing together with the sites uf
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the Buildings, 6a. 1R. 5%
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Lot 3. - All that Close of Excellent Meadow LAND,
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called the Cow Pits, situate at Hill' Top aforesaid, in the
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occupation of James Cotton, containing la. 2R. 19P,
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Lot 4. - All those FOUR COTTAGES, situate at Hil
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Top aforesaid, now in the several occupations of Ely
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Dyson, Joshua Crowther, James Cock, and one empty, and
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the following Closes of LAND adjoining the Buildi#i2s,
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and in the occupation of James Cotton, viz. :-The Orchard
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Crow, and the Brink, containing together with the Site of
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the Buildings, 3a. Ir. 13p.
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The above desirable and very valuable Property is most
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conveniently situated for occupation, being intersected by
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the Huddersfield Section of the London and North Wes-
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tern Railway, and within ten sninutes' walk of Slaithwaite
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and Golcar Stations. It is bounded on the Seush by tha
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uable
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the Line of Railway from Heaton Lodge Junction towards mad 2 fo: 5 Daiy g purpor ; E me now
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prising upwards of 1,000'planks, of various 'ar See g Spring lent ter in the Bstate.
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and Round Timber, of all ns, suitdble for Builders, Two-thirds of the Purchase Money may remain on
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security of the premises if required.
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A Plan of the Estate, as divided into Lots, may be scen
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at the plate of Sale, and further information may be had,
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on application to Mr. Epwarbd WATERHOUSE. of Lindley ;
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Mr. Crowtaer, Surveyor ; the AUCTIONEER ; and at the
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Offices of ;
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- Mr. BARKER,
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Solicitor, Huddersfield.
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'DALTON, NEAR HUDDERSFIELD.
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O be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. LAN-
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CASTER, at the house of Mr. Thomas Kaye, the
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Star INN, BRIPGE END, near Huddersfield, on Fripay,
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May 10th, 1850, ut six o'chick in the. evening precisely,
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(subject ¢ to such conditions of sais as will be then and there
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uced, ) i
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¥ All that convenient MESSUAGE or DWELLING
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HOUSE, comprising commodious Cellar Kitchen, two
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Rooms on the Ground Floor, and three Bed Rooms, fo-
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gether with Stable, Cow-House, and other Out-otfices, the
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whole being adapted for the occupation of a respectuble
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family. Also the eastern portion of a Building heretofore
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used as a Stove by the late Mr. James Fearnhead, and
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which at a small expense may be altered into Cottayes, or
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adapted for manufacturing purposes.
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The house is in the occupation of Mr. John Penieud, who
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is prepared to quit thé sime, and the other buildings are
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unoccupied.
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The above premises are held on lease fur 999 ycars, sub-
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ject to a Small annual ground rent, and an additional reat
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or. finé of £5-at the end of every twenty years. 'they
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'adjoin upon the public highway, and being not more than
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one and a half mileg from Hudderstield, and there béemg:
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vacant ground on which add-tional erections may be made,
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they will be found worthy the attention of a Manuficturer
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or Capitalist.
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Mr. Penicud will shew the peas, and further particu-
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lars may be obtained of Mr. Lancaster, or at the office of
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 ;
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Mr. HESP
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) Solicitor, Huddersfield.
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Huddersfield, April 24th, 1850.
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. DALTON, NEAR HUDDERSFIELD.
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TO DYERS AND OTHERS.
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O be SOLD by AUCTION,. Ly Mr. LAN-
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CASTER, at the House of Mr. Thoma; Kaye, the
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Star Inn, Bripcz Exp, reer Huddersfield, on Fa.day,
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the 10th day of May, 1850, at Six o'clock in the evouing
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precisely, subject to such conditions of sale as shall be
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then and there produced, all that capital well-built DYE-
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HOUSE, DRYING STOVE, DRUG ECOM, and otuer
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Erections und Buildings necessary and suitable for carrving
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on the business of 1 Dyer, situate at Dalton, near Ha-lders-
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field aforesaid, and heretofore-in the ocoupation of the lite
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'james Fearnhead, decetse', But since in the oceupation
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of Mesars. A. ahd. J. -Holroyd ; together-with the Stea:n-
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engine, Boilers, Mit!ls, Machimes, Coppors, Pans, Ciste:::.s,
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Vats, Pipitie, Shafting, Going-goar, and Fixtures, and a
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large quantity of other Articles, Utensils, and Efuc:s,
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see in or about the said dyeing-house and premisce, and
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whicl' comprise everything suitable for dyeing purposes,
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Also all that Close or Parcel of LAND of BUILDING
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GROUND adjoining, and heretofore ocenpied, along with
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the said Dyehouse and Premiscs, together with the eapa-
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cious RESERVOIR constructed thtivon, and which s:id
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parcel of Land cuntains, with the site of the said Buildi: os
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and Reservoir, 3 roods, 37 perches, and 27 sytare yarda,
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or'thereabouis, ;
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The above premises are situate about two miles from
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Huddersfield, adjoining the highway, at Dalton aforesaid ;
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are in excellent repair, furnishod with anever-faiing sep;
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ply of excellent water for dye! 5 a, ard may
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enlarged to any dusirable extent.» The musehinary Coed
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dyeing apparatus also comprise all the most. recent in
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provements, and the premises are conveniently diguate for
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carrying on an extensive business in the B ursfield,
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Bradford, anti Hulifax markets, and in the adjeinins .:1-
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lages and districts. /
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The premises are held typon a leaso for
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rent. .
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For further urticulara, and to view the
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to Mr, Isaac Robson, grocer, King-street, Huddorsiie:
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a . -
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or at the offices of a . ,
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Mesas, W. & T. W. CLOUGH. ,
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Solicitors, Huddersfiel
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te
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14; New:street, Huddersfield,
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April 19th, 1859,
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999 sos be
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cently credited, and subject only to a-small anmusk OUTER FIELD
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promis on WRU N11,
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bos PRS
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Rix) tS wey
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™,. a =? saot
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