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No. 23. AND WEST YORKSHIRE ADVERTISER. A VvASIUM, [Vivacious] RAMSDEN-STREET, HUDDERSFIELD. CTION [ACTION] OF JERUSALEM THE DEST [EST] UNDER TITUS, A, D. 71. BY DAVID ROBERTS, RA PAIN size of Pain'ing, 14 feet by 9 fee. 'o round about her tell the towers owalk [walk] abot [about] nk ye at ber [be] bulwarks; consider her palaces. . ERT [ET] has pleasure in announcin [announcing] R Glee succeeded in securing for EXHIB [EXHIBIT] - EIGHT DAYS, from Monpay, [Monday] Septem- [Sept- Repetition] TION [ION] the GYMNASIUM, RaMSDEN-STREET, [Ramsden-STREET] this most per 16, on d deeply-interesting Historical Picture. - jpeautiful [beautiful] of Admission have been and are being liberally Tickets [C] i he res ly begs to state that with a view gent outs a ifort [fort] of visitors, and to prevent inconvenient to the on the Picture, the charge of SIXPENCE will be e Ww i all not holding tickets. AND NORTH WESTERN AND LANCA- [LANCE- LANCASHIRE] AND YORKSHIRE RAILWAY. 'PESHMENT [REFRESHMENT] ROOMS, HUDDERSFIELD pEFRESEMES [presumes STATION, E DIRECTORS of these Companies are B ared [are] to receive TENDERS for the LETTING of RESEMENT [RESENT] Rooms for such period as may be their B jon, [on] and will meet in the Boarp [Board] Room, at the af SraTion, [Station] on the 13th September open Tenders for the same. ext, Tenders must be endorsed Tender for the Geld Station Refreshment Rooms, and addressed WILLIAM GIL Seerctary [Secretary] to the Huddersfield and Manchester Local Committee. Huddersfield, 30th August, 1850. Hud- [HUD- HUD] to GRAND CONCERT. A PEACE has the honour to announce to the Public in general that his ANNUAL CONCERT Will take Place in the PariosopaicaL [Philosophical] Ha- [September] Septem [Sept] 30th, [the] 1850. LL, on Monpay, [Monday] PRINCIPAL VOCAL PERFORMERS ALREADY ENGAGED - MR. SIMS REEVES AND MISS LUCOMB. [COM] Other first-rate Pesioernens [Pensions] i expected to be added to the list. The Band and Choruses will be full in every Department, embracing the principal talent in the neighbourhood. TICKETS RESERVED Seats, 6s. SaLoon, [Saloon] 4s.; GALLERY, 2s. 6d. Performance to commence at Seven o'clock. LEGAL NOTICES. Se I the matter of the Petition of JOSEPH SYKES, of Manchester-street, in Huddersfield, in the County of York, Innkeeper. Notice is hereby Given, that the County Court of York- [Yorkshire] shire, at Huddersfield, acting in the matter of this Petition, will proceed to make a final order thereon, at the said Court, on the 27th day of September instant, at Ten o'elock [o'lock] in the Forenoon precisely, unless cause be then and there shown to the contrary. F. R. JONES, Jun., Clerk of the said Court. OR PHOTOGRAPHIC Ds PORTRAITURE. QRTRAITS [Qr traits] by this most inimitable process, with all the most recent Improvements, are TAKEN DAILY, and in all weathers, at Mr. COOKE'S, Braprorp- [Drapery- Bishoprics] gos), [God] HILLHOUSE. Soe. [Se] 4 Portraits for Lockets, Brooches, Bracelets, &e., &c. ; Portraits in Oil, or by the Daguerreotype, and choice wmavings [savings] or Paintings faithfully copied. Ragas' Prices, from 10s. 6d. gUND-A [fund-A] LADY'S BROOCH was Found in the Cricket Ground during the Horticultural Giety's [Gaiety's] Exhibition, on Thursday, the 29th August. Theowner, The owner] on giving satisfactory explanations, and paying the expenses. Will have the Brooch returned, on application o Mr. Joseph Brook, Bookseller, Westgate. J ANTED, in a Woollen Warehouse, a Person W who has been accustomed to BOOK-KEEPING, and writes a good hand.-Address (stating last situation, &c. ) wo W., Chronicle Office, Huddersfield. meee [mere] ri EN MANUFACTURERS, MERCHANTS 10 WOOLLES [WOOLLEN] SAND OTHERS. , HE Advertiser, who has had many years practical experience in the Manufacture and Dres- [Dress- Dressing] ang [an] of Woollen Cloths of every description, from the wool in the raw to its finished state as delivered to the ware- [warehouses] houses, and who has also for many years past constantly attended the Huddersfield market, and understands the value of goods, is Open toan [ton] ENGAGEMENT as BUYER, He would be glad to meet with any Merchant or Firm, who may require such services, and will furnish written testi- [test- testimonials] mouials, [Mails] or give respectable references as to character and ability. Security given if required.-Address, P. E., Post- [Post office] office, Huddersfield. A NEW HOTEL IN HUDDERSFIELD. O be LET, and may be entered to immedi- [immediate- immediate] T ately, [lately] all that beautiful, commodious Suite of BUILDINGS, lately fitted up in first-rate style for a HOTEL of the first class, situate in MARKET-STREET, com- [comprising] prising a good Travellers' Room, Albert Room, capacious arm seated Bar, Bar Parlour, and Kitchen on the ground flor. [for] The second storey consists of a beautiful well-lighted Dining Room, capable of seating one hundred at table, with a baleony [balcony] embracing the entire front of the premises ; Family Sitting Room and Lodging Room together, two other Sitting Rooms, Water Closet, Bath Room, 'and Spirit Store. Inthethird [Interred] storey areten [are ten] fine, airy, pleasant Lodging Rooms, und [and] Water Closet and in the attics room for several beds. The Cellaring is very good, and will ulti- [ult- ultimately] mately [lately] be enlarsed. [enlarged] and a second Kitchen added in a few months. Inthe [Another] Yard is a dwelling for the a compact Brewery, on the best plan; one of the finest IN MR. EDWARD WELSH'S AFFAIRS, RE CREDITORS whose Debts are admitted in the Schedule of Epwarp [Warp] WELSH, late of Halifax- [Halifax] road, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, Railway Contractor, pre- [previously] viously [obviously] in co-partnership with Dan Sharp, as Railway Con- [Contractors] tractors, under the style or Firm of rp and Welsh, an Insolvent Debtor, are requested to Meet the Assignees of the Estate and Effects of the said Insolvent, at the house of Mr. John Spurr, the ALBION HOTEL, in HUDDERSFIELD aforesaid, on SATURDAY, the Twenty-first day of September next, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon precisely, to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees proceeding to trial with or otherwise abandoning a certain Action-at-Law, already commenced by the said Assi [Ass] ees, [see] in the name of the said Dan Sharp and Edward Weish, [Wish] against the Lon- [London] don and North Western Railway Company, to enforce the payment of the amount claimed to be due upon the Con- [Contract] tract entered into for the making of the Cooper-bridge Branch of the said Railway. And in the event of it being determined that such Action shall be abandoned, then to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees commencing and prosecuting a similar or any other Action-at-Law for the recovery of the same or any other claim against the said Company And also to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees confirming and carrying out certain Reso- [Rose- Resolutions] lutions [Lotion] made and agreed upon at a Meeting of the Cre- [Re- Creditors] ditors [auditors] of the said insolvent, convened by circular, and held at the Albion Hotel aforesaid, on Wednesday, the Fifteenth day of May last And also to assent to or dissent from a certain already made by the said Assignees to the said Company or their Solicitors, to refer all matters in difference the said Assignees and the said Com- [Company] pany [any] to arbitration upon the usual terms. And also, in the event of the said last-mentioned proposition being declined by the said Company, to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees commencing and prosecuting a Suit or Suits in Equity, either in lieu of or concurrently with the before-mentioned or any other Action-at-Law against the said London and North Western Railway Company, for the purpose of recovering the amount claimed to be due upon the said Cooper-bridge Contract, or any other Con tract with or claim against the said Company. And also to assent to or dissent from the said ignees [assignees] accepting the offer of reference already made by the said Company to the said Assignees or their limiting the time and mode of commencing and taking the accounts and matters in difference in such reference. And also to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees accepting a Composition from the said Company, in discharge of the amount of the entire claim of the said Assignees against the said Company, and the costs of the said or any other Action-at-Law and Suit or Suits in Equity, already incurred or to be incurred in the prosecution thereof respectively, or of arranging, compounding, compromising, and agreeing for a certain rtion [portion] of the said claim, and of proceeding at Law or in or of submitting to arbitration the remainder of the said claim. And also to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees compounding or agreeing with the said London Billiard Rooms in the county; a roomy Wash-House aud [and] spacious Yard may be added. The Stabling and Coach-House arc excellent. In short, for convenience both internal and external, and for snugness yet publicity of situation-in the very heart of business, the centre of the town, easy of railway access, it literally stands unrivalled. Apply to Mr. Moore, Postmaster, Huddersfield. COALS. HE BEST FLOCKTON COAL-OLD HARDS. [HARD] In consequence of the great competition in Huddersfield incoal, [incl] C. STOCKWELL will deliver his best coal at 10s. perton, [person] which he has previously sold at 10s. 10d., being a reduction of about eight and a half per cent. Orders taken and accounts settled, as usual, by Mr. JOSEPH DRIVER, Foresters' Arms, Old-street, Hud- [HUD- Huddersfield] dersfield. [Huddersfield] August 30, 1850. LAND AGENT, ESTATE AUCTIONEER, AND GENERAL VALUER, SaLe [Sale] Ruoms, [Rooms] Spring-street, Huddersfield. RESIDENCE, South -street. eC and North Western Railway Company, in respect of a certain amount separately claimed to be due to the said ignees, [assignees] upon a cartain [captain] other Contract made between Assign the said Dan Sharp and Edward Welsh, or the said Edward Welsh alone, and the said Company called or known as the Staley Bridge Contract, being for and in respect of certain work done on other part of the said line of Railway, or to refer such last-mentioned Contract and all matters in difference relating thereto, to Arbitration, upon the usual or any other terms. And also to allow, ratify, and confirm all acts and proceedings of the said Assignees of the said Insolvent, in relation to the said Insolvent's personal Estate and Effects, since the time of their Appointment as such Assignees as aforesaid. And also to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees com- [commencing] mencing, [fencing] prosecuting, and defending any action or actions, suit or suits at law, or in Equity, for the recovery, protec- [protect- protection] tion, [ion] and benefit of any portion of the Estate and Effects of the said Insolvent, which is or may be still outstanding. And also to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees compounding, submitting to arbitration, or otherwise agree- [agreeing] ing and settling any debt or debts due and owing to the Estate 'of the said Insolvent, from any Railway Company, or other Corporation, person or persons, or any claim or dis- [dispute] pute [pure] relating thereto, or any other matter or thing what- [whatsoever] soever connected with thesaid [the said] Insolvent's Estateand [Estate and] Effects. And generally to authorise and empower thesaid [the said] Assignees to continue to act in the conduct and management of the estate and affairs of the said Insolvent in such manner as they shall consider or be advised will be most beneficial and proper on hehalf [half] of the Creditors of the said Insolvent. Dated this twenty-sixth day of August, in the Year of our order, Lord, 1850. y FLOYD, Solicitor to the said Assignees. PLAN AND DIRECTORY OF HUDDERSFIELD. ATERS [ATES] HARDY, Bookseller, &c., 17, MARKET-PLAcE, [MARKET-Place] HUDDERSFIELD, begs W and the public that he has become the Proprietor of the PLAN and DIRECTORY Which he has the Plan and Directory as accurate as possible. to inform his friends of HUDDERSFIELD, put into the hands of his Engraver to complete without delay, and it will be W. H.'s endeavour to make The town will be thoroughly canvassed for the Directory, so it may be relied upon for correctness to every Business PRICES TO SUBSCRIBERS Address to the day of publication. oo 4s, Od. Coloured, 6s. Od. PRICES TO NON-SUBSCRIBERS Bs. Od. 7s. 6d. Those who are desirous of becoming Subscribers should send in their names without delay, as it cannot be supplied after the day of publication for less than Non-Subscribers Prices. ee HATS AT EXTRAORDINARY PRICES, T G. BAYLDON'S, 37, CROSS CHURCH STREET, HUDDERSFIELD. REDUCTION IN SUMMER HATS.-The Zephyr Hat, from three-and-a-half to four i, weight, that has been sellin, [selling] g tek [te] and Drab Paramatta, [Pratt] at 5s. 9d., i to 8s.; and the Light Zephyr, at 12s. is reduced to 10s. 64. ; a Oe read to 4s. 6d. Black and Drab Shell Hats, at 5s. 6d., are reduced Boys Satin Velvet Hats, at 4s. 6d., are reduced to 3s. 9d. The above List of Prices will be found such as never have been offered to a British Public. BOYS' AND MEN'S CAPS AT REDUCED PRICES. ESTABLIS [ESTABLISH] HOLDSwoRTH [Holdsworth] & 7 NEW WELLS, HED [HE] 1772. SONS' GENERAL FURNISHING WAREHOUSES, WAKEFIELD. GOODS DELIVERED CARRIAGE FREE. this Establishment parties furnishing have the Mage nut offered to the same extent by any other The Stock CaBINer [Cabinet] FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY. EDS, MATTRESSES, AND BLANKETS. MANTLE, TOILETTE, &C., GLASSES. Passage CLoTus, [Cloths] MaTTINGs. [Mattings] opportunity of selecting every article of Household Furniture,an ouse [use] out of London. comprises- [comprises carpets] CARPETS AND HEARTH RUGS. PapEeR-HANGINGS. [Paper-HANGINGS] DaMASKS [Damasks] AND MOREENS. [MOREEN] GENERAL FURNISHING HaRDWARE, [Hardware] &v. Creyy [Carey] [C] Show Rooms are replete with every possible variety in each respective department, suited to the tastes and of all i red f S Ot all purchasers, and no expense is sparec [spare] Supplying Goods of sound materials and workmanship. by the Proprietors to maintain their long-established character ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE PURCHASED, DIFFERENT Where 5 lere [Lee] can we tind [tins] two human creatures trictly [strictly] alike in form and features ve not the slightest chance of seeing We bersons [persons] perfectly agreeing ; And such a circumstance we find play'd with reference to the mind. very thing that meets my views nother [other] person may ' life in town Miss Clara fancies, re Such a choice is not Miss Nancy's. pol reads the Z'émes, [Z'mes] but Mr. Jerald Ty efens [fens] the Post or Morning Herald. he train is sought by Mr. Roach, But Mr, Thompson likes the coach. OBSERVE E. M FOLKS, DIFFERENT FANCIES. And thus each day and hour we see How persons' fancies Yet people in their tastes are one Touching the Dress of M. and Son. All are that MosEs' [Moss] Mart Has Clothing, cheap, and good, and smart; And all prefer such Clothes as these To any of Monopoly's. Else, why such crowds in every part Of Messrs. Bradford Mart Tis Is] clear from what we witness thus, Te pal a ces [ce] That le in their are on Touching the Mart of M. and Son. OSES AN D SON, TAILORS, CLOTHIERS, HATTERS, AND GENERAL OUTFITTERS, Branch of Cation -E. ne desing [design] 5 A Ald [Al] Senuine [Genuine] and Ch Tan City, Londan, [London] [C] tiy [ti] AKE twelve o' clog 19, THORNTON BUILDINGS, BRIDGE-STREET, BRADFORD, YORKSHIRE. their London Establishment, 154, 155, 156, 157, and 83, 84, 85, and 86, op ories [tries] and Aldgate, City, London, all communicating and forming one vast ving [vine] to eg a boing [bing] with eens [seen] It's all the same concern, has been resorted to in many Branch Es and for obvious reasons. They have no connection with an i 'ablishments, [establishment] 36, Fargate, [Forget] Sheffield; and 19, Thornton's Clothing, &c., should call at, or send to, Joan This Establishment is Closed from sunset Friday till sunset Saturday, ite [it] the Church, Corner of lishment. [enlistment] the Public against imposition; having learned that the i out of London, except their Bradford, Yorkshire; and those who either of their Branches, or to the Minories and when business is resumed September oth, [oh] tment [tent] will be Closed THIs [This] EVENING, September 7th, resuming business as usual on Monday Morning, Qo Wan clock. 19 Celene [Selene] D Several Young Men as ASSISTANTS; also a HATTER. Apply on Tuesday Morning next, from 10 7 ia) oe aan. [an] WEST RIDING N OTICE [NOTICE] IS HEREBY GIVEN, that WIL- [WILLIAM] LIAM BLANSHARD, BENJAMIN BOGTHBY, [BOOTHBY] and LEOFRIC [AFRICA] TEMPLE, Esquires, the Law appointed to REVISE the Lists of Voters in the ts of the Shire for the West Riding of the York, or some or one of them, will hold Co purpose at the several times and places under wr is to say -- At Doncaster, at the Court-ho on Mogdag, [Mortgage] of of that use, the 16th day of September next, at Eleven o'clock fore- [forenoon] noon. At SHEFFIELD, at the Town-hall, on Tuesday, day of September next, at Eleven o'clock in At RoTHERHAM, [Rotherham] at the Court-house, on ' 17th day of September next, at Eleven o'clock im [in] noon. iS At HUDDERSFIELD, at the Philosophical Hall, ag Wfed- [Wed- Wednesday] nesday, [Wednesday] the 18th day of September next, at Ten in the forenoon. 4 ou. At HoLmrirtu, [Holmfirth] at the Shoulder of Mutton om Wed- [Wednesday] nesday, [Wednesday] the 18th day of September next, at Twelfe [Twelve] glock [lock] at noon. i- ' At ABERFORD, at the Swan Inn, on Thursday; the 19th day of September next, at Ten o'clock in the At New DELPH, at the Bell Inn, on Thuggday, [Thursday] 'the 19th day of September next, at Eleven o'clock ei fore- [forenoon] noon. at At Hairax, [Hair] at the Town-hall, on Friday, ihe [the] day of September next, at Ten o'clock in the At Hespen [Hesp] BripceE, [Bruce] at the White iy Friday, the 20th day of September next, at at noon. ' At WAKEFIELD, at the Court-house, on Ai 21st day of September next, at Ten o'clock ig the & At BaRNsLEy, [Barnsley] at the Court-house, on Saturday, day of September next, at Ten o'clock.in the At BirstaL, [Bristol] at Joshua Kenyon's, Black. Bull Ign, [In] on Monday, the 23d day of September next, at'Ele [at'Lee] . in the forenoon. re At LEEDs, [Leeds] at the Court-house, on Monday, thd [the] day of September next, at Ten o'clock in the forenoo [forenoon] At BrapForp, [Bradford] at the Court-house, on Tuesday,'the 24th day of September next, at Ten o'clock in the forendon. [friend] At PONTEFRACT, at the Court-house, on Wr 'y the 25th day of September next, at Ten o'clock in he fore- [forenoon] noon. i At KEIGHLEY, at the Court-house, 25th day of September next, at Ten o'clock in the fore- [forenoon] noon, 5 At at the Court-house, on Wednesday, the 25th day of September next, at Eleven o'clock in the fore- [forenoon] noon. i on Thursday, the 26th 21st. on Wednesday, the At OTLEY, at the Court-house, day of September next, at Twelve o'clock at noon, At GISBURN, at the Old George Inn, on Th y, the 26th day of September next, at. Eleven o'clock in pe fore- [forenoon] noon. At SELBY, at the George Hotel, on Friday, the day of September next, at Ten o'clock in the forenoon. At SNaITH, [Smith] at the Down's Arms Inn, on Frida [Friday] the 27th day of September next, at Oneo'clock [One'clock] in the At SETTLE, at the Court-house, on Friday, the 2jth [th] day of Septembernext, [September] at Ten o'clock in the forenoon. At SEDBERGH, at the King's Arms Inn, on 28th day of September next, at Ten o'clock in the At KNaREsBROUGH, [Knaresborough] at the Court-house, on Monflay, [manfully] the 30th day of September next, at Eleven o'clock in fore- [forenoon] noon. ; At PaTeLEY [Partly] Bripcg, [Brigg] at the George Inn, on yy, the Ist [Its] day of October next, at Eleven o'clock in the f At Ripon, at the Court-house, on Wednesday, 2nd day of October next, at Ten o'clock in the furenoo [forenoon] And, the Courts so to be held as aforesaid, willbe [will] the Courts for Revising the List of Voters in the peveral [several] Parishes, Townships, and Places following, that is tosay [toss] - At Doncaster for all the Townships in the P es of Burghwallis, Owston, Conisbrough, Edlington, Mexbrough, [Mixture] Adwick-le-street, Adwick-upon-Dearne, Arksey,' Arm Y; - thorpe, Blythe, Barmby Dunn, Barmbrough, [Brougham] Brodgworth, [Broadcloth] Cantley, Doncaster, Finningley, Hatfield, Hi n, Hooton Pagnell, Clayton-with-Frickley, Kirk Sandal, Marr, Melton, Rossington, South-Kirkby, 8 rotbrough, [brought] hill, Wadworth, Warmsworth, Campsall, Kirk Bramwith, Fish- [Fishlake] lake, and Thorne, and that part of Township of 'Crowle which is within the West-Riding. At SHEFFIELD for all the Townships in the Parighes [Parishes] of Ecelestield, [enlisted] Handsworth, Harthill, Sheffield, Thorpe Zalvin, [Salvin] Todwick, and Wales, and the Township of North andéBouth [underneath] Anston. At RoTHERHAM [Rotherham] for all the Townships in the Parighes [Parishes] of Aston, Braithwell, Dinnington, Firbeck, Hooton rts, [its] Laughton-en-le-Morthen, [Laughton-en-le-Northern] Maltby, Ravenfield, At for all the Townships in the Pay of Almondbury (except the Townships of Austonley, 3 Netherthong, and Upperthong), Huddersfield, Kirl [Kirk] 0, and Mirfield; and the 'Townships of Kirkburion, [Kirkburton] Martis- [Martin- Marched] head, and Clifton. At for all the Townships in the Parish of Kirkburton (except the Township of Kirkburton) gad the Zownebips [Snips] of Austonley, Holme, Netherthong, and Upper- [Upperthong] thong. . At for all the Townships in the Parishes of Aberford, Bardsey, Barwick-in Elmet (except Roundhay), [Round hay] Bramham, Church Fenton (except Biggin), Collingham (except Micklethwaite), Garforth, Kirkby Wharfe, Newton Kyme, Saxon, Sherburn, Ryther afore [fore t Ryther-cum Ossendyke), and Tadcaster and the Townships o' Ledsham, Ledstone, [Gladstone] Kippax, and East Keswick. . At New DELPa [Delph] for the Township of Quick, in Saddle- [Saddleworth] worth. At Hatirax [Hatteras] for all the Townships in the Parish of Halifax, except Erringden, Heptonstall, Langfield, Midgley, Stansfield, and Wadsworth. At HEBDEN BRIDGE for the Townships of Erringden, Heptonstall, Langfield, Midgley, Stansfield, and Wads- [Wadsworth] wort At WAKEFIELD for all the Townships in the Parishes of East Ardsley, Woodchurch or West Cention, Mention] Emley, Methley, Normanton, Rothwell, Sandal ga, Thornhill, Wakefield, and Warmfield-cum-Heath,' and the Townships of Dewsbury, Ossett-cum-Gawtho [Ossett-cum-Gather] Haver- [Havercroft] croft-with-Cold [with-Cold] Hiendley, South Hiendley, Huntwick, Nostell, Ryhill, Wintersett, Chevett, [Cheviot] Notton, and Woolley. At BaRrNsLEy [Barnsley] for all the Townships in the Parishes of Cawthorne, High Hoyland, Darton, Penistone, Silkstone, Tankersley, Darfield, Wath-upon-Dearne, Bolton-upon- [Indian] Dearne, 'Thsynscos, [Thanks] and the Townships of Brierley, Carl- [Carlton] ton, Cudworth, Monk Bretton, Roystone, and Shétton. [Shelton] At BirstaL [Bristol] for all the Townships in the Parishes of Birstal [Bristol] and Batley; and the Township of Soothill, . At LFEDs [Leeds] for all the Townships in the Parishes of Swilling- [Swillington] ton, Whitkirk, and Leeds; and the Townehige [Tonnage] of 'Addle- [Addle cum] cum-Eccup, [cum-Cup, -Eccup] Horsforth, Alwoodley, Harewood, Yo Wigton, Wike, Preston Great and Little, Scarcroft, and Shadwell. r. At BRADFORD for all the townships in the es of Bradford and Calverley, except the township of Haworth. At PonTEFRACT [Pontefract] for all the townships in the parishes of Ackworth, Badsworth, Brotherton, Castleford, Darrington, Featherstone, Ferryfrystone, [Freestone] Kirksmeaton, [Kirkheaton] Mi tone (except Hillam, and Monkfrystone), [manifesting] Pontefract, Womers- [Mowers- Womersley] ley, Hemsworth, the extra- [extras] hial [Hill] place called Ponte- [Pone- Pontefract] fract. [fact] Park District and the townships of Allertog [Allerton] Bywater, Fairburn, Beaghall, [Beagle] Foulby, Hessle, Hill Top, and West Hardwick. At KEIGHLEY for all the townships in the Poe of Bingley and Keighley; and the townships of Cowling, Silsden, Steeton with Sutton and Haworth. At Sxreron [Screen] for all the townships in the parishes of Addingham, Broughton, Carlton, East Marton, Gargrave, Thornton, Skipton, Burnsall, Kettlewell, and Linton; and the townships of Arncliffe, Buckden, Bradleys Both, Farn- [Farm- Farnhill] hill, Cunonley; [Conley] Glusburn, and Kildwick. of. At OTLEY for all the townships in parishes of Ikley, [Likely] Leathley, Otley, Weston, Haverah Re the Fewstone [Freestone] (except the township of Thrusergss),-the [thrusts),-the] parish of Guiseley (except the township of Horsforth), and the townships of Weeton, Stainburn, Rigton, and Arth n. At GISBURN for all the townships in-the hes of Bar- [Barnoldswick] noldswick, [Barnoldswick] Bracewell, Gisburn, Mitton, Bolton-by-Bowland, and Slaidburn; the township of Forest of Bowla [Bowls] d, ower [wore] Division, and the extra-parochial places of Sawley and Tosside. [Tossed] at Si ishes [dishes] of, Drax, At SELBY for all oe he in ous [us] pe Birkin, Brayton, Caw y, an Ww; an e townships of Biggin, Hillam, Monkfrystone, [manifesting] and. Ryther- [Rather] cum-Ossendyke [Ossendyke] At SNarTH [North] for all the townships in the parishes of Adlingfleet, Kellington (except Beaghall) [Beagle] Spaith, [Path] and At SETTLE for all the townships in the 'paridhes [parishes] of Giggleswick, Kirkby Malhamdale, [Malleable] Long Prestqn, [Preston] Clapham, Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Low Bentham, Tho -in- [unions] Lons- [Ons- Lonsdale] dale, and the townships of Halton Gill, Hawkswick, and Litton. At SEDBERGH for all the townships in the parish of Sed- [Se- Sedbergh] bergh. [berg] At KNARESBROUGH [KNARESBOROUGH] for all the townalrips [townships] in the parishes of Aldborough (except Humberton-cum-Milby), Allerton Mauleverer, Cowthorpe, Goldsborough, Hunsingore, Kirkby Overblow (except Stainburn and Rigton), x Deighton, irk Hammerton, n, Nua [Na] Monckton, [Monotony] Spofforth, Ripley, Whixley, Burton Leonard, Capgrove, [Approve] Farnham, Great Ouseburn, Hampsthwaite Men- [Menwith] with-with-Darley [with-Darley] and Thornthwaite-with Padaide), [Adelaide] - borough, Nidd, Pannal, South Stainley, the extra-parochial place of Walkingham Mickie Y, and the townships of Dunkeswick [Dunkirk] and Mickletawaite. [Micklethwaite] At for all the townships ig the parishes of Kirkby Malzeard (except the townahie- [town- township] of rley, [rey] Grewelthorpe, and Kirkby Malzeard) and the townships of Menwith-with-Darley, High and Low Bishopside, Bishop Thorftton, [Thornton] Daére, [Dare] Bewerley, and Thruscross, and the extra-parochial place of Warsill. At Ripon for all the townships in the pari [Paris] of Lin- [Lindrick] drick [Dick] and Ripon (except the townships of aud [and] Low Bishopside, hoe Thornton, Dacre, and Bewerley), and the townships of Humberton-cum-Milby, ASgeriey, [Agree] rawel- [Rawle- wealth] thorpe, and Kirkby-Malzeard, pe . And if any parish, township, or place, within the said West Riding, is omitted from all the 8 int- [Ointment] ments, [rents] then and in such place the to at Ripon as aforesaid, will be the court for revising the lists for any such omitted parish, township, or 4 An notice is hereby further given a the several parishes, townships, and p above Hamed, [Named] SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 7, 1850. 'ios [is] Rotherham, Stainton, Thrybergh, Treeton, Wickersley, and the Townships of Gildingwells, and Mood-- setts. RAS [AS] are hereby required forthwith to publish this notice, by 4 afixing [fixing] a cop Oa Cae [Car] Oe cn eeepc [epic] situation on the outside of the outer door, or wall near the Past of every church and public chapel in their or township, includin [including] g places o ic worship which Church and if hore [horse] be place and time appointed for dg respective parishes, townshi [township] places above named, and to bring with them the original Notices of Claim, and Notices of Objection given to them for the present year, and all other papers relating to the registra- [Registrar- registration] tion [ion] of voters. C. H. ELSLEY, [ELSE] Clerk of the Peace. Clerk of the Peace's Office, Wakefield, August 30th, [the] 1850. , then in some public and conspicuous revising the lists for SALES BY MR. THORNTON. eee [see] TO WOOLLEN CLOTH MERCHANTS. IMPORTANT SALE OF WOOLLEN CLOTH, AT RUDDERSFIELD. [HUDDERSFIELD] THORNTON will SELL by AUCTION, 2 on FRripay [Friday] NEXT, the 15th of September, 1850, in usual Sate Room, at the WuITeE [White] Hart Inn, Hup- [Up- Hundred] about Sade of Weollen [Woollen] Got & es ma applying to the Auctioneer . ogu [gu] y. 'y y applying Sale to commence at Ten o'clock. Refreshments for Buyers at Twelve o'clock. Auctioncer's [Auctioneer's] Office, 32, New-street. FREEHOLD AND TENANT-RIGHT PROPERTY, IN HUDDERSFIELD. SALE BY MR. LANCASTER. KEEPERS, &. CASTER, by Order of the Trustees of Mr. Thomas Wilson's Estate, on the Premises of the said Mr. Tuomas [Thomas] Wison, [Wilson] Ale and Porter Brewer, at BIRKBY, near Hup- [Up- Huddersfield] DERSFIELD, [HUDDERSFIELD] on WEDNESDAY and 'THURSDAY, the 11th and 12th days of September, 1850, and following day (if neces- [NeWS- necessity] the Valuable PLANT RTER [RTE] BREWER, and the STOCK, of Als, [As] P ty to two hundred barrels each; twelve Stone ing Squares; large Mashing Tubs and Gearing; two twa [tea] Underbooks [Under books Setting-on Square and Masonry ; Wood Coolers, with Blowers Tren [Ten] Hop, Be a ee Hop Press; two Malt Rollers and H 3; Ref r, on an improved principal; Measuring ine; [in] three large COPPER BOILERS, will boil 17, 34, and 38 barrels eac' [each] with capital Furnace Work about 800 excellent Casks of 36, 24, and .18 gallons each; eighteen large Puncheons of Stale Ale; fifty Barrels of Old Ale and Porter. Twenty-three Pockets of Prime HOPS, in fine condition, Cooper, Smith, and Mechanics' Tools Grinding Stone ; about two hundred Sacks and two Sack Carts 3 an excellent aggon, [again] nearly new; seven broad and narrow-wheeled Carts, one Rulley, [Riley] two pair of Shelvings, [Shillings] and sundry Farming Tools. Large Stack of fine OLD HAY several useful Horses and Gearing a neat Close Carriage, in good condition ; excellent Double Harness, and a great variety of other which will be more particularly described in posting Any further information may be had of Mr. LANCASTER, Auctioneer; or Mr. F. TURNER, Accountant, Hudders- [Udders- Huddersfield] field or Mr. LEaDBEATTER, [Lambert] Solicitor, Mirfield. SALES BY MR. TINKER. - - . FREEHOLD LAND. HILLHOUSE, IN CARTWARTH. [CARTWORTH] TS be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. GEORGE TINKER, at the house of Mr. W. Dyson, the WHITE Hart Iny, [In] in in the county of York, on THURSDAY, September 19th, [the] 1850, at Six o'clock in the evening, The following Closes or Parcels of LAND, or GROUN [GROUND] D, situate at Hillhouse, in the township of Cartworth, in the parish of Kirkburton, in the county of York, in the follow- [following] ing or such other lots as may be agreed upon at the time of sale, and subject to such conditions as shall be then and there produced - Lot 1.-All that Close of LAND, or GROUND, con- [contains] taing [taking] by admeasurement [ad measurement] 2 acres, be the same more or less, bounded northward by land belonging to Mr. Joshua Battye, southward by land belonging to Mr. Jonathan Crosland, eastward by Cartworth Moor Road, and west- [westward] ward by lot 2, and now in the occupation of Mr. John Taylor, or his undertenants. [under tenants] Lot 2.-All that Close of LAND, or GROUND, with the Plot of Land, or Ground thereto adjoining, now used as a stone quarry, containing together by admeasurement [ad measurement] 2a. 2r. 12p., [p] be the same more or less, bounded northward by land belonging to George and others, and a road called Battye Occupation Road, southward by lot 3 and land belonging to Mr. Edward Butterworth, castward [eastward] by lot 1, and westward by Hillhouse Road and Cartworth Road, and now in the occupation of the said John Taylor or his undertenants. [under tenants] Lot 3.-All those Two Closes of LAND, or GROUND, containing together by admeasurement [ad measurement] 3a. 2 24 p. be the same more or less, bounded northward by lot 2, southward by land belonging to Mr. Firth Barber, eastward by pging [ping] to Mr. Jonathan Crosland, and westward by land belonging to Mr. Edward Butterworth and now in the occupation of the said John Taylor or his undertenants. [under tenants] The whole of the land is Freehold of Inheritance, and in & 2 e1d [2 end] state of cultivation. ontains [contains] very valuable beds of ashlar and other stone of a first-rate quality. Further Partioslars [Particulars] may be had of the Auctioneer or at the offices o Mr. TVESON, [IVESON] Solicitor, Holmfirth. VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, AT SCHOLES, NEAR HOLMFIRTH. O be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. GEORGE TINKER, at the Boot anD [and] SHOE INN, in SCHOLES, in the parish of KIRKBURTON, in the county of York, on Fripay, [Friday] the 13th day of September, 1850, at Six o'clock in the Evening, in the following Lots, as now marked or staked out, or in such other Lots as shall be agreed on at the time of sale, and subject to such conditions as will be then produced - Lot 1.-All that COTTAGE, Dwelling-house, or Tene- [Ten- Tenement] ment, [men] and the Out-buildings thereto belonging, now in the possession of Edward Heald with the Parcel of GROUND adjoining thereto, on the south side thereof; situate and being at Scholes, within Wooldale, in the parish of Kirk- [Kirkburton] burton [Burton] aforesaid containing, by admeasurement, [ad measurement] (including the site of the Buildings,) one hundred and seventy-two superficial square yards bounded on the east by a public highway, called Moor Bottom-road, west by Lot Z, north by premises belonging to Mr. George Dixon, and south by a projected occupation road now marked or staked out. Lot 2.-All that other COTTAGE, Dwelling-house, or Tenement, now in the ion of Jonas Beaumont; with the Parcel of GROUND adjoining thereto, on the south side thereof, west of and adjoining to Lot 1; containing, by admeasurement, [ad measurement] (including the site of the Building,) one hundred and one superficial square yards, Lot 3.-All that other COTTAGE, Dwelling-house, or Tenement, now in the possession of Allen Castle; with the Parcel of GROUND adjoining thereto, on the south side thereof, west of and adjoining to Lot 2; containing, by admeasurement, [ad measurement] (including the site of the Building,) one hundred and six superficial square yards. Lot 4.-All that other COTTAGE, Dwelling-house, or Tenement, and the Out-building attached, now in the ion of Jonas Dearnley with the Parcel of GROUND adjoining thereto, on the west and south sides thereof, west of and adjoining to Lot 3; containing, by admeasurement, [ad measurement] (including the site of the Buildings,) two hundred and thirty-eight superficial square yards. Lot 5.-All that Plot of BUILDING GROUND, with the Buildings erected on part thereof, west of and adjoining to Lot 4, and bounded on the west by a public highway, called Quarry-road containing, by admeasurement, [ad measurement] three hundred and fifty-five superficial square yards and now in the possession of George Charlesworth. Lot 6.-All that other Plot of GROUND, south of Lot 5, and bounded on the west by Quarry-road containing, by admeasurement, [ad measurement] four hundred and sixty-four superticial [special] uare [are] yards and now in the possession of the said George lesworth. [worthless] Lot 7.-All that other Plot of GROUND; bounded on the east by Lot 8, west by Lot 6, north by the said pro- [projected] jected [ejected] occupation road, and south by premises belonging to Mr. Jonas Swallow and containing, by admeasurement, [ad measurement] two hundred and forty-two superficial square yards. watt pall thet [the] other Plot of GROUN [GROUND] D, east of and joini [joint] t 7; containing, by admeasurement, [ad measurement] two hundred and seventeen square yards. Lot 9.-All that other Plot of GROUND bounded on the east by Moor Bottom-road, west by Lot 8, north by the said projected road, and south by premises respectively belonging to Mrs. James Moorhouse, and the said Mr. Jonas Swallow; and containing, by admeasurement, [ad measurement] two hundred and ninety-two superficial square yards. The above Property is Freehold of Inheritance. The Cottages have been built recently, and are in good repair and pleasantly situated. Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, an 9, afford very desirable Building Sites; and Lots 5 and 6 contain an excellent Quarry. A Plan of the Premises, as divided into Lots, is lodged for inspection at the place of sale and further particulars may be had by applying to Mr. TINKER, the Auctioneer ; or at the Offices o Mr. C. S. FLOYD, Solicitor, Huddersfield and Holmfirth. Holmfirth, 10th August, 1850. Sitmila [Similar] Similibus [Smiles] Curantar. [Currant] HOMCOPATHIC [HOMEOPATHIC] DEPOSITORY, No. 10, KIRKGATE, HUDDERSFIELD, (Immediately above the Parish Church.) DAY2 [DAY] BUTLER respectfully announces to his Friends and the Public, that he has constantly on hand Genuine Homeopathic Medicines, Tinctures, Plasters, and neat Family Cases of Remedies, adapted to the various works on Domestic Practice, from the most approved Homeopathic chemists inLondon [London] and Manchester, omcopathic [Homeopathic] pared Cocoas, Tooth Powder, Arnica [Inca] Cerate, [Create] Pomade and Cream for the Hair, &. &c. Books, Pamphlets, and Tracts on the Principles and Practice of Homeopathy, by the most eminent authors, D. B. wishing to furnish the friends of Homeopathy with every facility for fully carrying out its rinciples, [principles] has determined to make his Depository availab [avail ab] le for that p by keeping a regular supply of the above articles, Homes kgate. [gate] pathic [path] Depository, No. 10, Kir [Kirk] ite [it] be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. LAN- of an extensive ALE and T be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. THORN- [THORNTON] TON, at the house of Mr. J. Spurr, the ALBION ' HUDDERSFIELD, in the county of York, on Mon- [Mont] TO ALE AND PORTER BREWERS, INN- [INN] - DAY NEXT, September 9th, at Six o'clock in the evening eubject [subject] such conditions as will be then and there produced), . Lot 1.-All that Pareel [Parcel] of GROUND, with the Building thereon erected, now used as a stable and mason's tool- [Woolhouse] house, sitnate [situate] at Chapel-hill, in Huddersfield, aforesaid, adjoining Messrs. Stables' warehouse, and containing 298 superficial square yards (be the same more or less) now in the occupation of Benjamin Graham. 'The above lot is freehold of inheritance and very eligible as a site for build- [building] ing upon, having a frontage of twenty-six feet and six inches to Stables'-street, and a frontage of twenty-nine fect [fact] to oh Rim thoes [those] ELLING-HOUSES, [SELLING-HOUSES] situate athe [the] tep [te] of G in Huddersfield aforesaid, as the same are now in the several of Jonathan Furness, Edward Kaye, and Geo worth. held under the Trustees of Sir J. W. Rams- [Rams] den, Bart, to small rent. For farther a to Lot 1, application may be made to John R. Ingram, Esq., Solicitor, ifax [fax] and as to both Lots, othe [the] or at the Offices of Solicitor, Huddersfield. SALES BY MR. LANCASTER. --- - VALUABLE FREEHOLD AND OTHER PROPERTY AP WOODHOUSE, HUDDERSFIELD, AND PRESTON, IN LANCASHIRE; AND GRIMSBY DOCK SHARES. T be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. LAN- [LANCASTER] CASTER, at the house of Mr. John Spurr, the ALBION HoTeL, [Hotel] HUDDERSFIELD, in the County of York, on Mon- [Monday] Day, the 16th September, 1850, at Six o'clock in the evening (subject to such conditions as will be then and there produced),- [produced] Lot 1.-All that MESSUAGE [MESSAGE] or DWELLING-HOUSE, comprising two Sitting Rooms and Kitchen, with three Bed Rooms, with the Outbuildings, Land, and Garden thereto adjoining and belonging, situate at Woodhouse, near Hud- [HUD- Huddersfield] dersfield, [Huddersfield] containing by admeasurement [ad measurement] 450 superficial square yards (be the same more or less), and now in the occupation of Mr. David Kendal. The above Property is Frechold [Freehold] of Inheritance, and is about a mile ana a half from Huddersfield, and well adapted for a genteel country residence. Lot 2.- All those two stone-built COTTAGES or DWELLING-HOUSES (occupied as one) situate in Castle- [Castlegate] gate, in Huddersfield aforesaid, now used as a Beerhouse, [Beer house] and known by the oe of Talbot, and in the oceu- [ice- ice] pation [nation] of James Cayford. [Afford] Lot 3.-All those Two stone-buillt [stone-built] COTTAGES or DWELLING-HOUSES, situate on the north side of Union-street, in Huddersfield aforesaid, as the same are now in the several occupations of William Beaumont and George Hough. Lots 2 and 3 are held under the Trustees of Sir J. W. Ramsden, Bart., subject to small annual Ground-rents. Lot 4.--All that undivided Third part of and in Three FREEHOLD COTTAGES, called Copperas-house, and situate at Elland-edye, [Elland-eye] and now or late in the several occupations of Thomas Dyson, Benjamin Berry, and another, or their under-tenants. Lot 5.-All that one undivided Eleventh part of and in all those Four COTTAGES or DWELLING-HOUSES, situate in Sidney-street, in Preston, in the county of Lan- [An- Lancaster] caster, and in the several occupations of James Speight, Samuel Morley, William Shorrock, and Mathew Crook, or their under-tenants. This Lot affords an opportunity for securing on moderate terms, a County Vote for North Lancashire; and the several owners of all the remaining shares reside in Hud- [HUD- Huddersfield] dersfield [Huddersfield] or the neighbourhood. Lot 6.-TWENTY SHARES in the Grimspy [Grimsby] Docks. For further particulars, application may be made to the AUCTIONEER or at the several Offices of Mr. BARKER, Solicitor, Huddersfield or Mr. FLOYD, Solicitor, Huddersfield and Holmfirth. Huddersfield, 29th August, 1850. LINDLEY, NEAR HUDDERSFIELD. VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, AND ELIGIBLE BUILDING GROUND. T be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. LAN- [LANCASTER] CASTER, at the House of Mrs. Crowther, the FLEECE INN, in LINDLEY, in the Parish of Huddersfield, in the County of York, on THurRspDay, [Thursday] the 19th day of September, 1850, at Six o'clock in the evening (subject to such conditions as will be then and there produced, and in the following or such other Lots as may be agreed upon at the time of Sale), Lot 1. All that Plot of BUILDING GROUND, part ofa [of] Close of Land called the Dean (otherwise Deign), situate in Lindley, aforesaid, on the North side of and having a Frontage upon the Highway leading from Lindley to Birkby, containing by admeasurement [ad measurement] 195 Superficial Square Yards, or thereabouts. Lot 2. All that CLOSE, PIECE, or PARCEL of LAND or GROUND, being the residue of the said Close, called the Dean in Lindley aforesaid, containing by admeasure- [ad measure- ad measurement] ment, [men] 1a. 3R. 29P., [P] (more or less), and now in the occupa- [occupy- occupation] tion [ion] of Mr. Thomas Hirst. Lot 3. All that BARN, MISTAL, [MISTRAL] and STABLE, with of the Main Street in Lindley aforesaid, and now in the occupation of the said Mr. Thomas Hirst. Lot 4. All that substantially-built MESSUAGE [MESSAGE] or TENE- [TEN- TENEMENT] MENT, [MEN] formerly the Residence of Mr. Edmund Morton, situate in Lindley aforesaid, on the South side of and adjoining upon the Main Street in Lindley aforesaid, as the same is now divided into Three Dwellings and in the several occupations of Joseph Brook, George Hepworth, and John Clay, with the Outbuildings, Yard, and a portion of Land adjoining thereto, containing together by ad- [ad measurement] measurement, an area of 390 Superficial Square Yards (more or less). Lot 5. Allthat [All that] CLOSE or PARCEL of excellent GRASS LAND, situate in Lindley aforesaid, called the Sun Croft, to the South of and adjoining upon Lot 4, containing by admeasurement [ad measurement] 3k. 31P., [P] and now in the occupation of the said Mr. Thomas Hirst. Lot 6. All that valuable Plot of BUILDING GROUND, in Lindley aforesaid, part of a Close of Land, called the Upper New Close, now in the occupation of Mr. William Sykes, containing by admeasurement, [ad measurement] 560 Superficial Square Yards or less). Lot 7. All that other Plot of BUILDING GROUND, situate to the East of and adjoining Lot 6, containing 590 Superficial Square Yards. Lot 8. All that other Plot of BUILDING GROUND, situate to the East of and adjoining Lot 7, containing 640 Superficial Square Yards. ot 9. All that other Plot of BUILDING GROUND, situate to the East of and separated from Lot 8, by a Road into the San Croft, 2) feet wide, containing 660 Superficial uare [are] a t 10. All that other Plot of BUILDING GROUND, in Lindley aforesaid, separated from Lot 6 by an intended Street, 26 feet wide, containing 580 Superficial Square Lot 11. zi that other Plot of ue GROUN [GROUND] D situate to the East of and adjoining Lot 10, containing 59 Superficial Square Yards. ; Lot 12. All that other Plot of BUILDING GROUND, situate to the East of and adjoining Lot 11, containing 600 Superficial Square Yards. t 13. phat Plot of BUILDING GROUND, situate to the of and adjoining Lot 12, containing 650 Superficial ae Yards. t 14. All that truly valuable Close or Parcel of ex- [excellent] cellent [excellent] GRASS LAND, situate in Lindley aforesaid, called the New Close, containing by admeasurement, [ad measurement] 14. 2R. 26P., [P] (more or less), anc [an] now in the occupation of Mr. William rykes. [Sykes] Lot 15. All those four valuable Closes of ARABLE and GRASS LAND, in Lindley aforesaid, most desirably situate tor Occupation, as the same are now in the Tenure or Occupation of Mr. George Crosland and Mr. Benjamin Crowther, called by the several names, and containing the several quantities following (more or less) that is to say- [say] A. R. P. Bucking 23 25 Upper cece [ce] 20 7 Lower ee 2 36 PTINGS [TINGS] 13 7 . 8 3 35 The above Estate is most eligibly situate in the thriving village of Lindley, where Manufactures are carried on to a considerable extent. The Property is well supplied with Water, and presents several desirable sites for the erection of Dwelling-houses of a superior class. There are several Mills in the neighbourhood capable of affording every facility to the Manufacturer which can be desired. The whole is well roaded, [road] and distant from the Market Town of Huddersfield about 2 miles. A Plan of the Estate as divided into Lots, may be seen at the place of Sale, and at the Office of Mr. CROWTHER, Land Surveyor, Huddersfield; and further particulars may be obtained and Plans of the Estate also seen on appli- [apply- application] cation to Mr. LancasTER, [Lancaster] the Auctioneer; or at the Offices of Mr. FLOYD, Solicitor, Huddersfield and Holmfirth. Huddersfield, 3rd September, 1850. ewes the LAND appertaining thereto, situate on the North side SAL BY MESSRS. OLIVER SOR. [SIR] - - BATH BUILDINGS, HUDDERSFIELD. IMPORTANT SALE OF ELEGANT AND MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE; Fine-toned Cabinet Piano-Porte, by Stodart [Started] roa post and Tudor Bedsteads; excellent Peather [Leather] Bel and Table Linen; Lib of Books Silver Paintings and Prints; C of choice Okt [Out] Wines, anil [ail] other valuable Property. ESSRS. [MESSRS] OLIVER and SON beg to annoames [names] that they have received inatructious [instructions] from the Assignees of JOHN HANNAH, to SELL ty AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, THURSDaY, [Thursday] and Fray, the 11th, 12th, and 13th days ef September, mst.,- [ms] The entire of the costly and modem HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE an fects, [facts] comprising, . In the Drawinc-RooM-Set [Drawing-Room-Set] of six mahogany Chairs, im [in] hair; mahogany Loo Table and Cover; three two Fire-screens; Cabriole [Gabriel] and Chit-chat Chairs ; mahogany Library Book-case fine-toned Cabinet FORTE, by St in Rosewood Music Stool; set & Quartette [Quarter] Tables; large Chimney Glass, in gold; Breuse [Bruce] Fender and polished Irons; valuable T Rug; handsome Chimney Ornaments; two Gold Windew [Window] Cornices and Curtains. . Dixinc-Room-Set [Dixon-Room-Set] of mahogany Chairs, in Hair ; mahogany SIDEBOARD set of Spanish mahogany Tables, on Pillar and Claw, with t loose Leaves; mahe- [mae- mahogany] gany [any] card, Pembroke, and stand Tables; mahogany Be- [Declining] clining [lining] Chair; six Oil Paintings, in gilt and other Frames; four Prints and Frames; Brussdla Bristol] Carpet ana Rug; Fender and Irons; Chimney Glass, in gold; a qamm [qm] of richly-cut Glass. 'assaGks-Bagatelle [passages-Bagatelle] Board and Balls;. mahogany Hat Stand eight-days' Time Piece; Wheel Barometer and Passage Carpets and Oil Cloth; the modern SILVE [SILVER] PLATE consists of Tea Pot, Sugar Basin and Cream Jug, twenty-four Tea and twelve Table Spoons, three Tongs, twenty-four Forks and twelve ert [et] ditie, [diet] Sauce and six Toddy Ladles, one set of Dinner Castors and Frame, Soup Ladle, Fish Knife, Wine Strainer, small Cag, [Ca] two Waiters, six Salt Spoons. Rooms-Viz. Mahogany 4-post Bedstead, with Bue [Be] Moreen Hangings, ex t Tudor and French Bedsteads, hung in Chintz; Bordered Feather Beds, Mattresses, Blankets, Sheets, and Counterpanes a quantity of Damask Table Linen, mahogany Wardrobe, mahogamy [mahogany] and painted Chests of Drawers, elegant Dressing Glasses, mahogany Knee-hole Dressing Commode, painted Wash and Dressing Tables, ex suites cane-seated Chairs, Bres- [Bees- Vessels] sels [less] and Kidderminster Carpets, mahogany Bidet asd [as] Towel Rails. About 300 Volumes of BOOKS in general Literature, well bound and in good condition. KITCHEN FURNITURE.-3 Large Dressers and Drawers, deal Tables, Chairs, Eight Days' Clock, block tin Dish Covers, &c. &c. Also, a Sinall [Aspinall] Celler [Cellar] of WINES, consisting of from te 30 Dozens of fine Old port, Dozen Pale Sherry, and 2 Dozens of Hock. The Sale to commence each day at 1 o'clock. N.B.-The above modern Fumiture [Furniture] will be on view one day prior to the Sale, between the Hours of Eleven aad [and] Four, and the Auctioneers respecifully [respectfully] invite the attention of purchasers, the whole being in good condition and worthy of attention. ORDER OF SALE.-The Drawing-room Furniture, Pizne- [Pine- Pianoforte] Forte, and the contents of two Bed-rooms, with the Bead and Table Linen, will be Sold the first day, the room Furniture and the remainder of the Bed-room Fars [Far] ture [true] on the second, and the Silver Plate, Wines, Library ef Books, &c., on the third. BATH BUILDINGS, HUDDERSFIELD. SALE OF ELEGANT AND COSTLY HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Xe. A N ADVERTISEMENT having appeared in the Huddergield [Huddersfield] Chronicle of last Saturday, the 31st [st] ult., announcin [announcing] under the above heading that Mesara. [Measure] OLIVER and SON had, (as there alleged,) been favoured with instructions from the Assignees of Mr. Joan a Bankrupt, to SELL by AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, the 11th and 12th days of September instant, the FURNITURE and EFFECTS therein mentioned, pee ticulars [particulars] of which, it is stated, will be announced in thea [the] next (this) week's Advertisement and Posting Bilis [Bills] ; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That all and singular the Furniture and Effects enumerated, comprised, or referred to in the said Advertisement, axe hot nor is any part thereof the property of the Assignees of the said Mr. HANNAH, but the same are the sole and absolute property of Mr. ABRAHAM Hurst, of Huddess [Hides] field, Wool Merchant, who is in the lawful possessiem [possession] thereof, pursuant to a Deed of ignment [ornament] made thereef [there] to him by the said Mr. HaNNAH, [Hannah] on the Thirteenth day July last, for the valuable considerations therein of which Assignment due notice was (in addition te other means of publicity) givenim [given] the Huddersield [Huddersfield] Chronicle & the 27th day of the same month of And NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN, That the said Mr. Hirst being so possessed of the asia [asa] Furniture and Effects, will not suffer or permit the same or aay [say] part thereof to be sold, disposed of, or removed from the Dwelling-house and Premises of the said Mr. HanNaH, [Hannah] without his express authority, but will resist, all lawful means, any such sale, disposition, or re and that due notice in writing has already been given or on behalf of the said Mr. Hirsr [Hirst] to the said Assi [Ass] and their Solicitor, also to Messrs. OLIVER and Son, the Auctioneers, and other parties, not to sell, dispose of, er remove the said Furniture and Effects, or any part theresg, [there] but immediately to withdraw from the assumed possessiam [possession] thereof. NOTICE IS THEREFORE HEREBY ALSO GIVEN, To all whom it may concern, not to attend the said Sala, [Sal] as announced to take place on the 11th and 12th imstaag, [mistake] and the public are respectfully cautioned ayainst [against] interfer [interfere] in any manner with such Sale, or with the Furniture Effects on the said Premises, and that in case any persens [persons] shall so interfere after this Notice they will be deemed wilful trespassers, and render themselves liable to be pre- [proceeded] ceeded [needed] against accordingly, and that in case any persems [persons] shall purchase and remove any of the said Furniture and Effects after this Notice, Actions in Trover [Trevor] will be coas- [cos- commenced] menced [mended] against them for the recovery and restoration ef the same, or for damages that may be sustained by the said Mr. Hirst by reason thereof. Dated this fifth day of September, 1850. By Order, C. 5. FLOYD, Attorney and Agent for the said . Mr. Abraham Hirst. Albion-street, Huddersfield. VALUABLE AND EXTENSIVE MILLS, CALLED SLEAD [LEAD] SYKE MILLS, IN HIPPERHOLME-CUM-BRIGHOUSE. [HIPPODROME-CM-BRIGHOUSE] T be SOLD by PRIVATE CON TRACT, the substantial and extensive Stone-built MILL, WABE- [WAVE- WAREHOUSE] HOUSE, and Counting-house, called SLEAD [LEAD] SYKE MILLS, four stories high, and an Attic above, with am ex- [excellent] cellent [excellent] Oil Cellar beneath the Warehouse, and being, witia [witch] the Engine-house, 190 feet in length, and 36 feet im [in] wi, we 2 with hands. e NG-ROOMS adjoini [adjoin] ies [is] hi 68 fect [fact] long by 19 feet wide, UNS US] Stories high, The BOILER-HOUSE with DRYING-HOUSE over the same, 30 feet in length by 223 feet in width. The GAS WORKS, Stable, and other Buildings, STEAM ENGINE, two Boilers, Mainshafting, [Main shafting] Steam and Gas Pipes, and other Fixtures, Reservoir and all other requisite conveniences belonging to the said premises. Also-Two commodious and substantial DWELLING HOUSES, suitable for the residence of the occupier aad [and] manager of the said Mills, with the Gardens and Out-cffiess [Out-Coffees] adjoining. hree [free] excellent COTTAGES near thereto, and twee good COTTAGES at Slead [Lead] Syke, with Yards, Gardens, and other conveniences attached. The Purchaser may also have the option hasing, [chasing] the same time, y P of pure - All or any of the several Closes of rich productive LAN contiguous to the said mills, called the Dam Holme wad Broad Royd, Long Holme, Little Royd and Plains, cen [cent] taining, [training] together with the plantations and the site of tae [tea] said several premises, 13a. [a] tx 39. And the capital compact MANSION Called Stead House, replete with fixtures, in excellent repair and comdé- [come- condition] tion, [ion] and ready for immediate occupation, with the Vinerg, [Vinegar] Conservatory, Gardens, Pleasure Grounds, Coach-house, Stables, and all other requisite conveniences attached, and with or without about ten acres of rich pre ductive [active] land adjoining. The above valuable Property is situate in the township of Hipperholme [Hippodrome] cum Brighouse-central between the towns Halifax, Bradford, and Huddersfield about one mile freas [fares] the Brighouse Station on the main line of the and Yorkshire Railway, and the same distance from the shtcliffe [Sutcliffe] Station of the West Riding Union Railway. he premises are plentifully supplied with pure and eg- [excellent] cellent [excellent] water, well roaded, [road] and present a most mvestment. [investment] Plans and particulars of the any further information obtained, upon application SAMUEL WasHINcTON, [Washington] of Lightcliffe, Land Agent ck the Offices of RUDD and KENNY, Halifax, 4th Sept. 1850. Property may be seen, ama [am] Solicitors, in Halifax, TO CLOTH FINISHERS, MANUFACTURERS, ae O be LET, or SOLD, all that FINISHING MILL and Stova [Stove] also Garden, &c situate at MELTHaM, [Meltham] and now in the occupa- [occupy- occupy] ae of ohn [on] Hirst. ese Premises are replete with ev convenience carrying on a considerable Finishing Estab [Stables] h suppli [supply] with pare soft ie x worked by a hi 2 e, new. e Machin mises, [Miss] and to be Let or Sold with them, consist nee 3 Gigs, Boiling Cisterns, Iron Tenters, (in Stove); Lewig's [Lewis's] Perpetual achines, [machines] Brus [Bus Pres Oven, Plates and Papers, also One Ton-inet [Ton-net] Rare Pe with double pum [pu] i ae caring ft Finishing Brana' [Bran] nt is vi early in Novembes. [November] rate, and possession can be gisem [gem] For further WL DDERSFIRLD [HUDDERSFIELD] ' MICLE [MILE] Le