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a a a No nodders [nodes] AND WEST YORKSHIRE ADVERTISER. x SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1850. IMPROVEMENT. guDD [Gd] BY GIVEN, that in pur- [our- Patrick] Tick Is HER Improvement Act, suance [since] of eral [Earl] Acts of Parliament incorporated a missioners acting in the execution of e en t ment [men] Act, will meet at the Com- [Compact] pect [pet] IPT [IT] 1, SOUTH-PARADE, in Hudders- [Udders- Hudson's] Nees [News] gen FRIDAY, the Nineteenth day of July oe jrostids [crests] On of 7 p.m., for the purpose of making at tO IMPROVEMENT RATE, sr authorized [authorised] by the said Acts, upon every 8 pan house, shop, warehouse, counting- [counting] 5 go occupies 0517 cellar, vault, building, work- [works] ce d, or other tenement what- [what] a5 n, lan [an] be onto ar the said Huddersfield Improve- [Improve] oy, wien [wine] OY upon any person in respect of tithes, or oF Bt meeting-house, or any land or church, the purposes of public charity, or of the used joor, [door] and gratuitously or chiefly supported gana ana] of the Pr ibutions, [ablutions] or by Government, or any bp belonging to the Commissioners, or occu- [occur- causing] sing oF 30 urposes [purposes] of the said Huddersfield i ral [al] poe then for ec Act o further Given, that a State- [State hereby] hereby a is deposited at the Offices of et Oe for inspection by all persons in- Com vn such Rate, and any such person will el copies or extracts from such Statement Je avin [vain] anything for the same. withow [with J rateable property, as tenants thereof wns [ns] under the full net annual value of Ten eqn [en] TORT to re informed, that they may demand to be a same, and to pay the Rates in respect to enable them to vote upon the election of 0] and the Commissioners will thereupon Occupier who shall make such demand, ot shall duly pay the said Rates; but if no such pag [page] as he ade [de] by the owners of such last-mentioned De PAN rated for the same. All demands to be pipet [piper] eoommended [commended] to be given in writing, and to be TO) pan se JOT ee 1 fo pag [page] #2 irected [directed] to Huddersfield Improve- [Improve] a ae Oe Commissioners' Offices, No. 1, South- [Statistical] je fe di a. W. CLOUGH, Clerk to the said Commissioners. da, July 5th, 1850. OLDFIELD S PIECING MACHINE. QLDFIELD [OLDFIELD] begs to inform the Woollen generally, that his PATENT NG WACHINE [MACHINE] can now be seen at work on the a of Messrs. OLDFIELD and ALLAN, Lockwood ' ie. Yachine [Machine] does away with Billy-Piecers- [Pieces] 1 pore even thread-the Slubber [Slumber] can do more work ole considerable saving is effected. ; is are requested to examine tt for themselves. Me Uth [Th] July, 1850. - ny cIELD [field] AND AUSTERLANDS [ISLANDS] TURNPIKE WsKEFIEL [Skill] ROAD. E next MEETING of the TRUSTEES of the WAKEFIELD and AUSTERLANDS [ISLANDS] TURN- [TURN] 3 ROAD, will be held, by at the Pack HUTEL, [HOTEL] in HUDDERSFIELD, on THURSDAY, the nth dav [da] of July instant, at Twelve o'clock at noon. order, FDWARD [EDWARD] LAKE HESP, T. H. BATTYE, Clerks to the said Trustees. Foldersfeld, [Huddersfield] 11th July, 1850. PHILOSOPHICAL HALL, HUDDERSFIELD. R. MOODY regrets that Indisposition pre- [pre] h ventel [vented] his having the honour of appearing, as at the above Hall, but respectfully announces fiat he will have that honour QN WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS, JULY 24TH [THE] AND 26TH. [THE] Durnz [Turns] the Evening, Mr. M. will sing most of his cele- [cell- celebrated] bated SONGS. and give his admired IMITATIONS OF LONDON ACTOKS. [ACTS] To commence at Eight o'clock. ADMISSION - Gilley, [Galley] 1s.; Body of the Hall, 2s.; Reserved Seats, 3s. Mr, CHARLES ALWYN FIELD will preside at the Grand Pignoforte. [Pianoforte] LONDON NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY. MIDSUMMER HOLIDAYS, NNUAL [ANNUAL] EXCURSION from HUDDERS- [UDDERS- HUDDERSFIELD] FIELD to LONDON and Back, (under the sanction ef the Directors.) fur TWENTY-FIVE SHILLINGS, in Closed Camiages, [Carriages] allowing a choice of seven, nine, eleven, thirteen, xen, [en] or eighteen days in town. Thins are appointed tu leave the LONDON aND [and] NorRtTa- [Biretta- Northwest] Wester Station, HUDDERSFIELD, on the Mornings of SaTURDay, [Saturday] the 13th of July, and Monpay, [Monday] ticloth [cloth] of July, 1850, at Five o'clock punctually returning hu the Erstox [Erst ox] Station, Lonpon, [London] at Half-past Six, on te Evenings of July 22nd, 26th, [the] and 31st; [st] taking up Pas- [Passengers] ezers [users] each Morning at the undermentioned Stations, viz. EUCRS [ACRES] OF DEPARTURE AND RATES OF FARE TO LOXDON [LONDON] AND BACK, Class. 2ndClass. [Nicolas] ist [its] Class. AM .8.0. .6d0. .d] 280. Trou [Troy] Huddersfield ......, 5 0-150-1150-2100 [0-W-W-W] ' Longwood 5 6-150-1150-2100 [6-W-W-W] so Golear [Golcar] 511-150-115 [W-W-W] 0-2100 [0-W] Shithwaite [Slaithwaite] 0... 5 18 -150-1150-2100 [W-W-W] Marsden Lick 5 23-150-1 [23-W-1] 15 0-210 [0-W] Saddleworth 538-146-1146-2 [W-W-W-2] 96 547-146--1146-2 [W-W--W-2] 96 Mosley... 5 55-146-1146-2 [55-W-W-2] 96 Staleybridve [Stalybridge] 6 0-146-1146-2 [0-W-W-2] 96 se Joining the Manchester Train at Stockport. SUDREN [SUDDEN] under Twelve Years of Age, HaLr-Price. [Hair-Price] ( (days,, 2 (July lith,) [with] (July 22nd. Pasons [Parsons] days, July 13th, z July 22nd. wishing. 1 days, 2' Suly [Duly] 15th, [the] S July 26th. [the] ir... (18 days, (22 July 18th, [the] 7 4 July 26th. [the] 16 days, FE j July 15th, [the] 2 July dist. US days,) July 13th,) July 3ist. [list] will be allowed to return from Manchester by ' lt Corresponding with the Class of their Ticket, on te 2rd [2nd] and 27th of July and Ist [Its] of A ha Bape [Ape] ee ugust. [August] Tickets, bills, and every information may be obtained at ad and North-Western Railway Station, Hudders- [Udders- Udders] 4 aud [and] at the Statious [Station] on the Line; or of Mr. HENRY R. MARCUS, Manager and Conductor, 19, Leigh-street, Liverpool. ui... TO PARIS, in connection with the 4 of which may be cbtained [obtained] on i ave Mancts, [Mantis] by letter, post-paid, enclosing oie [one] Wp. A CHEAP Tp ahr, [ar] T. . 'HEAP TRIPS ARRANGED FOR JULY, ve YORK AND SCARBRO'. (); MONDAY, 15th July, 1850. To leave Normanton A ini, [in] Manton Stution [Station] at half-past Nine o'clock in the Precisely, RETURNING FROM git the SAG EVENING, Ab... 6 45 me cn Weducsday [Wednesday] afternoon, at ......... 4 30 FARES FROM NORMANTON. Te Yor [Or] Ist [Its] Class. 2nd Class. 3rd Class. ee and back x Ds. Gd, 1s. 10d. mi te dito [ditto] és. Bs, Od. 4s Od TES [SET] Ge Cn meet the Special Train at Normanton by te leaving Brad Od Late. a.m. els [ls] at fit et RE 7 38 am Bland gg 7 35 lind [kind] at 750 7 Be, io gag rene 3 39 firtied [fitted] pat 8 13 39 Boney [Bone] (Thornhill Lees) at 826 7 gt nN Mees), [Seem] at 3 26 Barsky cig [ci] reece 2 'akeficld, [exclude] ai 8 45 AKEFIELD [WAKEFIELD] CELEBRATED Brass Baxp [Box] will accompany Chitdre [Chartered] this Trip. Twelve years of age Half-price. TUES) TO LONDON. tation station] at lal [all 23rd July, 1850, to leave Normanton etumine [ermine] past Nine o'clock in the morning precisely, jy, UE fro ur 269), [W] att [at] Euston Square Station, London, on Monday, UM Six in the evening. PaREs [Pares] to Loxpox [Lox pox] AND Back. Laie [Lane] v Ist [Its] 2nd oun, [on] Gad Eton Mash ee ge and Barnsley voces [vices] 32s. 20s. Steidg Stead] Held, Eckington, and Children 20s. 18s. under Twelve years of age Half-price. [C] Station Special Train, at 7 45 a.m., calling at all eds for one fare there and back, to Special at Leads can meer [mere] wan leaving at 8 30 a.m. CHESTER and the Special Train at Normanton from Manchester a. to Normanton, by Train leaving i at 6 0, and reaching Normanton at 9 0, anc [an] Stat Peaching x by Train, leavi [leave] tity [tit ing an leaving Goole at 7 25, - Tachi [Teach] Stations by T a Yong me N and rain, i Sc Noma [Soma] ton York at 7 15, Jah [Ah Ld Stations eg x oman [man] bape, [ape] Tt Sagi [Sage] vata [data] will veack [weak] London about Six o'clock. ic and for Tickets apply at the ts den ween by return of 'Post, on for pre-paid and enclosing t, addressed to te Sous CUTTLE, and and and TO MANUFACTURERS OF WOOLLEN CLOTHS, VESTINGS, [VESTING] DRILLS, FLANNELS, &c. MOODY and COMPANY, 58, Lamp's Conpurr [Con purr] NDON, [DON] are open to PUR [OUR] cash pane pees of Goods of the abors [abhors] dorsi [does] . rms [ms] forw [for i i i with proto [porto] as above, with Prices, will meet MELLOR'S PIANO-FORTE AND MUSIC ESTABLISHMENT, 28, CROSS-CHURCH STREET, HUDDERSFIELD, And 16, Commercial-street, Leeds. M MELLOR, Proressor [Professor] of Music and SELLER, respectfully announces that h has on hand an extensive assortment of PraNo-FoRTES [Piano-Foster] for SALE and Hire, which he has carefully selected from the celebrated Manufactories [Manufacturers] of Messrs. Broapwoop [Broadwood] and Sons, COLLARD and CoLLARD [Collard] ana N, LuFF, [Luff] and OETZMANN, [OTTOMAN] , Z which are unrivalled for richness of t ich [inch] touch, elegance and durability of ney [ne] elasticity of Some of the New MopEt [Moet] INSTRUMENTS are exhibited the first time in Huddersfield, and a great na ae in most vane attained, by the appli- [apply- application] ation [action] ery, [very] an e ti ill grea [great] division of labour int their constracizon, [construction] os 'er SHOW ROOMS UP STAIRS. SECOND-HAND PIANO-FORTES. 8. 4 A 6 Octave Rosewood Cottage 14 A6 Octave Upright, by Broadwood............. 13 A6 OctaveSquare, [Octave square] by ditto ........... 12 One Ditto, by Stodart [Started] and Son ................... 12 00 5 Octave Squares, from 400 PIANO-FORTES TUNED, REPAIRED, AND TAKEN IN EXCHANGE. A Fine-Toned CHAMBER ORGAN for SALE or HIRE. New Music from London twice a-week, on which from 20 to 30 per cent discount, for cash, is allowed from tho published price. A quantity on hand at Half-price. Mitirary [Military] Banps [Banks] SUPPLIED. s. d. CoRNOPEANS, [Europeans] by Pace and other makers, from... 115 5 guineas, TBOMBONES, [COMBINES] alto, tenor, and bass to 2 12s. 6d. OPHICLEIDES [INCLUDES] Ditto, VIOLINS from ee ee AO tmnt [tent] ane [an] A oO S&S Oe Renee Agent for the sale of the Parent HaRMONIUM. [Harmoniums] Every article in the Music Trade at the lowest price. INSTRUCTION IN MUSIC. Mr. MELLOR gives Lessons in the following branches of Music -The Piano-Forte, Organ, Thorough Bass, and Singing, at the residence of Pupils ;-also at his Establish- [Establishment] ment, [men] assisted by Miss S. MELLoR, [Mellor] on Tuesdays, Wednes- [Wednesday- Wednesdays] days, and Saturdays, where, in addition to their Private ns, pupils have the advantage of practising together- [together] a plan which has long been approved by the best masters le stimulating pupils and improving them in keeping e. ROSE AND CROWN AOTEL, [HOTEL] HUDDERSFIELD. The Valuation will be comparatively s Rent. vice deems a speedy change imperative. HOUSES AND SHOPS TO LET. is a large CELLAR, suitable for Wine, Vaults, which can be let with either. For further particulars, apply to Mr. Moore. Me MOORE is instructed to negociate [negotiate] the LETTING of the above Old table Hotel. d and the Rent 1s SO easy, that the Tenant may reasonably calculate on the Billiard Room alone as more than a set-off for the Immediate possession may be had, as medical ad- WO excellent HOUSES AND SHOPS to LET, oppposite [opposite] the Rose and Crown Hotel. There - Spirits, or Porter E WOOL SALES. SaLE-Room, [Sale-Room] 10, NorTH [North] JoHN-STREET, [John-STREET] 110 Bales ADELAIDE, per Ellerslie; 600 ,, East InpIA; [India] 300 ,, UNWASHED PERU; 150 ,, EcyYPrian [Cyprian] and Oporto; 100 ,, 1260 Apply to ABRAM GARTSIDE Co., Wool Brokers, Liverpool. VALUABLE ESTATES BEAUTIFUL FAMILY MANSION. Fenay Lo buildings, Pleasure Grounds, and well stocked Garden. more if required. Certainly, this is one of the most complete gentlemanly residences in the neighbourhood of Huddersfield, embracing all the appliances for ease and comfort, and only needs to be seen to be admired. The Rent is very reasonable, and the Premises are in good repair. Apply to Mr. Moore, Post-office, Huddersfield. Mr. MOORE has also TO LET, Two newly-built DWELLING-HOUSES, in GEORGE-STREET, suitable for large families, at very low rents. Also, a WOOLLEN WAREHOUSE, with North Lights, and a WOOL WAREHOUSE, of very large dimensions, both situate in Batry's-YaRD, [Barry's-Yard] on the East side of the Market-place. to John Brook and Son's. Also, FIVE ROOMS, in NELSON'S-BUILDINGS. Auctioneer's Offices, Post-office-buildings, July 12th, 1850. (One Concern.) TO SPINNERS, WOOLLEN MANUFACTURERS, &e. 'ye be LET, and may be entered to immediately, all that capital SCRIBBLING MILL and OUT- [OUTBUILDINGS] BUILDINGS, and also all that newly-erected SHED and DRYING-HOUSES, situate and being at CLosE, [Close] near Hup- [Up- Huddersfield] DERSFIELD, [HUDDERSFIELD] in the county of York together with an ex- [excellent] cellent [excellent] Steam Engine, and a large quantity of various kinds of Machinery requisite and necessary in the manufacture of woollen goods, and which is all at work and in excellent working condition. There are also convenient and exten- [extent- extensive] sive [side] Reservoirs attached to the premises, and a never-failing supply of good water. he person taking the same may also be accommodated with an excellent DWELLING-HOUSE, comprising two excellent cellars, four rooms and a kitchen on the ground floor, seven lodging-rooms and attics, with all necessary out-buildings and appurtenances, all in complete repair, replete with all necessary fixtures and well supplied with Longwood water for culinary purposes. The buildings are all in excellent repair, and are situate within one mile of the market town of Huddersfield. This is an opportunity which very rarely occurs, to any person desirous ot commencing the business of a woollen manufacturer. The present proprietors are declining busi- [bus- business] ness solely on account of other engagements. Mr. George Haigh, engineer, at the mill, will show the premises, and further particulars may be had on application 0] Messrs. BEAUMONTS, [BEAUMONT] tobacco manufacturers, Hudders- [Udders- Udders] 28, Cross CHURCH-STREET, HUDDERSFIELD. HATS EAGLETON'S No. DECIDEDLY THE HU FASHIO [FASHION] J. E. EAGLET No. 2 HATS HAT BAYLDON'S FASHIONA [FASHIONS] particularly wishes to make it known to his friends, Styles, and at such Prices as never offered to the Public. Colour, warranted immense distance. HATS 20, CROSS-CHURC [CROSS-CHURCH] 37, CROSS CHURCH STREET, HUDDERSFIELD. B. returns his thanks to his friends and the public for the decided preference given to his Hats; e over all others, 'and begs leave Ww infurm [inform] the Public, le has just rocciv [receive] Boys', Youths', and Gentleman's HATS, of every description, of the Newest Shapes. Fi é. B. that his Fancy Hats, in Black and Drab, is of the Newest fea [fe] LIST OF PRICES . Well-made Hats, from 4s. 6d to 5s. 6d.; at 6s. and 7s. 6d. beautiful Velvet, Fashionable in Shape, and splendid in to wear well, at 8s. 6d., and 10s. A well assortment of French and Satin Velvet Naps, Style and strength, at 12s. the richest, First-class Hats that can be made,complete with every variety of style, and.efl. [and.el] charged upon Ho porte [port] out of the Estate, situate at, the new improvements, perfect in ventilation, having no superior in qualiiy [quality] at any price. Mand [And] call i The above List of Prices will be found such as has never before been offered, and places all Competition at an BOY'S AND MENS' [MEN] CAPS AT REDUCED PRICES. field, or to Messrs. BATTYE and CLAY, Solicitors, Huddersfield. ATS E HAT DEPOT, STREET. DDERSFIELD [HUDDERSFIELD] MART H NABL [NAB] H- J E. EAGLETON, Harter, [Carter] respectfully thanks the gentry, and public at large, for their hearty F ,. response to his earlier announcements, and assures them it will i and supply such Goods only as will yield complete satisfaction. J. E. E. has pleasure in calling present attention to his superb Stock of French HATS, most certainly unequalled in this locality for price and quality. The most fanciful may meet with their wishes in shape and style. Hi and Children's HATS are unrivalled for suitability and adaptation to age and appearance. To prevent disappointment, be particular to observe the Address - be his continued endeavour to expose all fallacies, His Youth's ON, HATTER, 0, Cross Church-street, the Sign of the Large Golden Hat. S HATS BLE [BE] HAT WAREHOUSE, uew [new] assortment of Infante', [Infants] in e WATCH E S A N D PATENT LEVER AND #H s. a. Gentlemen's Gold Levers 1010 Ditto Silver (rs 310 W. R. takes this opportunity of informing the Public, any difficulty in repairing Foreign Watches satisfactorily ; HAS DONE) IS AN INSULT AND LIBEL ON THE TRADE; BUT THE PREMISES. Article, as the patent is out long ago.-Fiat Justitia. [Justice] TOWN, THE PUBLIC WILL NOT BE DELUDED BY SUCH FALSE REPRESENTATIONS. N.B.- JEWELLERY and PLATE REPAIRED, with despatch and care, by a WORKING JEWELLER KEPT OF JEW ELLE RY, 16, MARKET PLACE, HUDDERSFIELD. N Y RICHARDSON begs to acquaint his Friends and the Public, that his Stock is replete with x LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S GOLD AND SILVER ORIZONTAL [ORIENTAL] WATCHES of first-rate quality and workmanship- [workmanship which] which, from his practical knowledge, he can recommend. &. 8. ad Ladies' Gold Levers from 8 106 Ditto do. Horizontal 0] that first-rate workmen, such as he employs, never found AND TO DENY WHICH (as A CERTAIN INTERESTED PAR' AS THERE ARE NO FRENCH WORKMEN EMPLOYED IN F 'A large assortment of BRAHAM'S PATENT SPECTACLES always on hand. No AGENCY 18 REQUIRED for this I and a friend together stray'd Beside a thickly wooded glade, When, all at once, we paus'd [pass'd] to see A tall, majestic, triple tree. Seeing this tree, my friend turn'd round, And pointing to the spot of ground, Said, I should please him if I'd draw An off-hand sketch of what I saw. I told him I could not do that, But what we then were gazing at Was something which my kumble [Kemble] muse Would not at all object to use. Then down I sat, without more fuss, And by my pencil scribbled thus- [thus that] That triple tree, in all its parts, Closely resembles Moszs' [Moss] Marts. There's the chief trunk-the parent stem- [Tombs] OBS ERV [REV] E E. M Branch of their London Establishment, 154, 155, Caution.-E. MOSES SON, regret having to instances, and for obvious reasons. desire genuine and Cheap Clothing, &c., Aldgate, City, London. till twelve o'clock. TUESDAYS ONLY, FROM 11 UNTIL 5 O'C engaged Apartments at Messrs. ABBOTT Co.'s, To well-known SPECTACLES AN test assistance scientific means can accomplish, in proof of ability, Mr. F. respectfully requests attention to th dersfield [Huddersfield] and neighbourhood - 'R, Cameron D....... Huddersfield. x T Bradshaw veces [vices] Huddersfield. Wm. Greenwood .......Surgeon...... Huddersfield. G. Robinson Sons....Surgeons..... Huddersfield. Samuel Booth ..........-. Surgeon...... Huddersfield. J. Surgeon Huddersfield. Jonas Hellawell .......-. Surgeon...... Huddersfield. J. Gardiner.............--.---M.D....... Mold Green. J. Bennett............... [Bennett] Surgeon...... Almondbury. Goodall ............... Surgeon...... Lockwood Richard Allatt...........- [Allatt] Surgeon...... Paddock Edward Surgeon......Honley. T H E T R I P L E T R E TAILORS, CLOTHIERS, HATTERS, AND GENERAL OUTFITTERS, 19. THORNTON BUILDINGS, BRIDGE -STREET, BRADFORD, YORKSHIRE. i ' 156, 157, and 83, 84, 85, and 86, opposite the Church, Cornerof [Corner of] Minories and Aidgate, [Aldgate] City, London, all communicating and forming one vast Establishment. guard the Public against imposition paving learned that the ji 1 i sted [ste] with them, or It's all the same concern, een [en] reso [rose] in mal [al] untradesman-like [tradesmen-like] falsehood ot being They have no connection with aay [say] other House in oF ont of Landon, exept [except] 7 i s, 3 Sheffield; and 19, Thornton's Buildings, Bradfo [Bradford or e; and thos [this] Branch Eilean should eall [all] at, or send to, either of their Branches, or to the Minories TaKE [Take] NoTICE.-This [Notice.-This] Establishment is Closed from sunset Friday till sunset Saturday, when business 4s Horse Inn, HUDDERSFIELD, where he will attend professionally on TUESDAYS ONLY, with a selection Mr. F. adjusts Spectacles to defective Sight, on principles acquired in an extensive practice, so as to give preserving sticu [stick] ye iver 2 res in thi. [the] the Anatomy and Physiolog [Physiology] ' Mr. Franks, the Optician, having delivered Public Lectures in this town on hy yt of the Huna [Hunt] n Bye, with the abuse of Spectacles, we, the undersigned Surgeons, are of opinzon [opinion] the a) he has devoted much time and attention to study the subject, therefore have much pleasure in recommending ie Mr. Franks as an Optician to those who may require the assistance of Spectacles. M. 'E. And there the branches-look at them Three trees they seem-but all three shoot ' Precisely from the self-same root. The middle trunk, my muse supposes The London parent House of MosEs. [Moss] While those two arms as clearly show Sheffield's and Bradford's Branch Depoot. [Depot] . No difference in the leaves is seen, All have the same delightful green. So when we look at that fine tree, And carry out the simile, We learn that Mosss' [Moss] three Depdts [Depots] Are all alike in point of clothes. They're all supplied from one vast source; For Mosss [Moss] are the root, of course And thus their Houses seem to me Not much unlike that Triple Tree. OSES AND SON, 3 those . eh ee 4 sa, LOCK, No. 8, KIRKGATE, HUDDERSFIELD, R. L. E. FRANKS, Spectacle Maker, Lecturer on the Eye, &., feels pleasure in stating that hegha [hg] BACCONISTS, [TOBACCONISTS] NEAR THE OLD CHURCH, OPPOSITE THE Ea re D EYE-GLASSES.. Eyesight to the latest period of life; andi [and] e following copy of Testimonial from the Faculty of ' John Dyson............ J. E. Fosbrooke...... [Brooke] Surgeon...... Milnes Bridge, 6 John Machill.......... [Marshall] 5 i ET John Roberts ......... Edward Trotter co', Martin ........ Benjamin Beeley ' Charles Trotter. ......Surgeon...... Holmfirth. sol, H. Martin ......... Surgeon...... Holmfirth. Parties submitting their S recommend his own without first proving their superiority. acles [acres] to Mr. Franks' examination, will meet with a candid opinion ;,ahd [had] he 4 N.B. NO HAWKERS EMPLOYED. Ee. ar OBSERVE-ABBOTT CO,'S TEMPERANCE HOTEL, KIRKGATE, ON TUESDAYS 09 Any article purchased and not approved will be oxchal [excel] 2 T be LET, and entered to immediately, all that elegant family DWELLING-HOUSE, called e, near Huddersfield, with the capacious Out- [Out together] Together with upwards of Six Acres of rich LAND, or Also, a CLOTH WAREHOUSE, in Buxton-RoaD, [Buxton-Road] next EJess), Jess] and now IN AND NEAR WOOLDALE AND H OLMFIRTH. [HOLMFIRTH] 10.. be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. LAN- [LANCASTER] at the house of Mr. M'Donald, the Crown NESDAY, [WEDNESDAY] the 24th day of July, 1850, at Six o'clock in the evening, inthe [another] following or such other Lots as shall be agreed on at the time of sale, and subject to such con- [cons] ' ns as will be then produced ' Lot 1.-All that Capital' MESSUAGE, [MESSAGE] DWELLING- [Dwelling house] HOUSE, or TENEMENT, with the Barn, Cowhouse, [Cow house] and other Outbuildings, Yard, and Garden to the same, belong- [belonging] ng, situate, standing, and being at Wooldale, in the Parish -of Kirkburton, in the said county. Also all those Two Hots, Pieces, or Parcels of LAND or GROUND, called the Croft and Little Croft, lying near to or adjoining the said containing ther [the] yas [as] the ate of the Bai [Ba] dings) 3r. (more or and now in the pos- [post- possession] seasion [season] of Mr. ar We or his under-tenants. pos [post] 2.-All that Close of LAND, called or known by the ; e of Fearnley 1 ae ii to the lic [li] highway, Ennis, is Wooldale-aforesaid, containing by la, dr. Sex, nce [ne] cr ieee); and now in the possession of the said Tola [Told] Wood, or his under- [under] a Lot 3,-All those Two Closes of LAND, called the Far Kidings [Sidings] and Near Ridings; and all that Plantation, or Piece, or Parcel of Woody GROUND, with the Timber and other Trees growing thereon, adjoining to Lot 2, con- [containing] taining [training] altogeth [altogether] or by a eS as pore or less, and now in the ion of Mr. jamin [jain] Bates, or his under-tenants. , Lot 4.-All that Plot of BUILDING GROUND, as the same is now marked or staked out, being part of a Close, called the Bentony [Benton] Hill, and an Allotment awarded by the Commissioners under the Graveship [Grave ship] of Holme Inclosure [Enclosure] Act, terminating in a point eastward, bounded westward by other part of the said Close, northward by the Green- [Greenfield] field and Shepley Lane Head Turnpike Road, and south- [southward] ward by Woaldale [Wooldale] Town End Road, and containing by admeasurement [ad measurement] 438 superficial square yards. Lot 5.-All that other Plot of BUILDING GROUND, south-west of and adjoining Lot 4, containing by admea- [Adam- ad measurement] surement [measurement] 214 superficial square yards. Lot 6.-All that other Plot of BUILDING GROUND, west of Lot 4, containing by admeasurement [ad measurement] 396 superticial [special] square yards. Lot 7.-All that other Plot of BUILDING GROUND west of Lot 6, containing by admeasurement [ad measurement] 396 superficial square yards, Let that other Plot of BUILDING GROUND, vest of Lot 7, containing by admeasurement [ad measurement] 340 superficial equare [square] yards. Lot 9.-All that MESSUAGE [MESSAGE] or DWELLING-HOUSE, now occupied as three Dwellings, with the Gardens and Appurtenances thereto belonging, situate, standing, and being at Town End, in Wooldale aforesaid. Also all those Two Closes of LAND, adjoining or near thereto, contain- [contain] ' ing by admeasurement, [ad measurement] including the site of the Buildings, . 2r. more or less, and now in the possession of Mr. Jotm [Tom] Mellor and his under-tenants. . kot [not] 10.-All that BARN, COWHOUSE, [Cow house] and OUT- [OUTBUILDINGS] BUILDINGS and FOLD, or YARD thereto belonging, inate [inmate] and being at Town End, in Wooldale Iso [Is] all that Close of LAND, called the Ing, adjoining to the said Barn, and the remainder of the said Close, called the Bentony [Benton] Hill, containing by admeasurement, [ad measurement] including the site of the Buildings, 2a. Or. 3p. more or less, and now in the possession of the said John Mellor or his under- [under] 'Lot 11.-All that Close of LAND, called the Kirk Royd, and being in Wooldale aforesaid, adjoining the lic [li] highway, leading from Wooldale to the Sycamore fin, containing by admeasurement [ad measurement] la. 3r., more or less, and now in the possession of the said John Mellor or his under-tenants. Lot 12.-All that other Close of LAND, called Moor Croft, situate and being near Red Row, in Wooldale afore- [fore- aforesaid] said, containing b easurement [measures] la. Ir. 12p. [p] (more or in the possession of Mr. Edward Trotter or Phis under-tenants. -Lot 138.-All [W.-All] those Two tially [tally] built MESSUAGES [MESSAGES] DWELLING-HOUSES or TENEMENTS, with the 2 P of lardy or their under-tenants. Lot 14.-All that WHITE RENT, of 6s. 8d. per annum, ed Ing Hi of Mr. John Moxton. [Morton] PEWS IN HOLMFIRTH CHURCH. Lot 15.-All those TWO SITTINGS in Pew No. 9, in the South Gallery. Lot 16.-All those TWO SITTINGS, in Pew No. 38, under the South Gallery. Lot 17.-All those TWO SITTINGS, in Pew No. 39, under the South Gallery. The whole of the above Property is Copyhold, of the manor of Wakefield, compounded for, and the fines pay- [payable] able in respect thereof small and certain. Lot 3 contains a plentiful and constant supply of water, and presents an excellent site for a Dy in Wooldale aforesaid, the property ehouse [house] or other Manufacturing Premises. The Plantation in this Lot is in a most thriving condition. All the other Land is of excellent quality, and in a high state of cultivation, and well calculated for villa sites. The whole of the Property is in the hands of respectable tenants. Plans of the Estate, as above divided into Lots, will be lodged at the place of Sale, on and after the 10th instant ; and also with Mr. Littlewood, of Damhouse, [Farmhouse] near Holm- [Holmfirth] firth, Surveyor, of whom further particulars may be had ; as wellas [wells] of Mr. LANCASTER, the Auctioneer; and at the Offices (where also Plans of the Estate may be seen) of Mr, C. S. FLOYD, Solicitor, Huddersfield and Holmfirth. Huddersfield, 4th July, 1850. ASHWAY [AWAY] GAP, SADDLEWORTH. FREEHOLD ESTATE. T be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. JAMES ROBINSON, at the house of Mr. James Kenworthy, CoMMERCIAL [Commercial] INN, at UPPERMILL, [Upper mill] in SADDLEWORTH, in the county of York, on WEDNESDAY, the 17th day of July, 1850, at Seven o'clock in the Evening, (subject to such conditions as will be then and there produced,) The Fee Simple and Inheritance of and in all those TWO MESSUAGES [MESSAGES] or DWELLING HOUSES, with the Ship- [Shippen] pen and Barn adjoining thereto, situate, lying, and being at or near Ashway [Away] Gap, in Greenfield, within Saddleworth aforesaid, and now in the occupation of Mr. George Rad- [Radcliffe] cliffe, and his under-tenants. And also all those several Closes, Fields, or Parcels of LAND or GROUND, lying contiguous to the said Mes- [Messages] suages [usages] or Dwelling Houses, and now in the occupation of the said Mr. George Radcliffe, several quantities commonly called or known by the several name or names, and con- [containing] taining [training] the following - A. R. P. Site of Buildings, Gardens, Yard, &c..... 1 26 The Shore Meadow 1 1 26 The Greenfield Meadow 1015 The Tenter Meadow 12 4 The Nook Meadow 11410 The Greenfield, or Little Meadow ......... 1 1 25 The New Taken In 39 The Higher 3 30 The Higher Field ..................... 1128 The Nearer Stubble Field ... 1115 The Further Middle Field ...... 1313 The Little Field 1 2 24 The Rough...... Sick xo 16 3 24 812 9 One-half part of the above Land is in a good state of cultivation, and is wholly Tithe-free, but is let on a farming lease, of which six years have to run from the past spring. This Estate is very pleasantly situated in the Greenfield Valley, and to which there is an easy and good road, and is sheltered on one side by, and including, the far-famed Dovestone [Dove stone] rocks, whilst the opposite side is close to the Greenfield river, and has the Chew Brook running through and near the boundary of the easterly side, and on the south is an extensive thriving plantation belonging to Messrs. Bottomley. Being within little more than a mile 'from the Greenfield Station on the Manchester and Hud- [HUD- Huddersfield] ' dersfield [Huddersfield] Railway, which is midway between those towns, may be reached within an hour's journey from either place, thus offering a desirable retreat, to a sportsman in parti- [part- particular] cular, [circular] the commons near abounding with grouse, and in 'the rocks on one side, and in the adjoming [adjoining] plantation, immense quantities of rabbits are annually bred. There are also good trout streams adjoining, which run near and through the property. To the tradesman requiring Water-power is leo [le] offered a very desirable investment, 'upwards of 150 feet; consequently is well adapted for printing and bleaching, or any manufacturing purposes. Fora view of the Premises, application must be made to the Tenants on the Estate and further particulars may be had of Mr. Joshua Wrigley, the owner, residing on the Estate; of Mr. George Radcliffe, of Lidgate; Mr. Hessle- [Herself] ve, Surveyor, Dobcross; or at the Office of Mr. RED- [RETURN] 'ERN, [ER] Solicitor, Oldham, where a plan of the property lies for inspection. 'F be SOLD by AUCTION, at Pwo, [Two] on THURSDAY next, the 18th July, at the BROKERS' in HoLMrirta, [Holmfirth] in the County of York, on Hawsowt. [Hast] 4 Part of Nether -there being an available Water Privilege to the extent of DALTON, NEAR HUDDERSFIELD. Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, West-Riding of the county of York - near to Lower Bank, in Dalton, called the Hanging Royd, and now in the occupation of John Dodson, containing ... wi wea [we] 4 Lot 2. A Plot of Building Ground, adjoining the Wakefield and Austerlands [Islands] Turnpike Road, being part of a Close of Land, called Nether Ing, or Calf Croft, near Fleming House, in Dal- [Al- Dalton] ton, in the occupation of William Hanson and James Mellor... was es aoe [are] awe wee Lot 3. A Messuage [Message] or Dwelling-House, Farm Buildings, Yards, and Appurtenances, with four Cottages and Garden, and several Closes of Arable Grass.Land, at. Fleming House, in the occupation of James Mellor and others, viz - No. on Plan. A JAMES MELLOR...1 &2 Homestead Farm Build- [Buildings] ings and Yard, and Three Cottages, in the several occupations of Joseph Farnish, Hannah Far- [Farnish] nish, [ish] and one empty. ... 3 Cottage and Garten, in the occupation of James eee [see] 09 toe Little Ie and ing, occu- [occur- occur] i, pied as brick ground ... JAMES MELLOR ... 5 Part of Little Ing... 6 Part of Calf Croft 7 Croft sa 8 Upper Close 9 Tenter Close ees [see] 10 Part of Far Calf Croft J1 Part of Well Close 12 Steep Close oe 13 Far Steep Close ... 14 Broom Hill ess [es] Nee oe 17 Lot 4. A Parcel of Land, called Far Close, situate near to Crabtree House, and in the occu- [occur- occupation] pation [nation] of William Williamson, containing awe 3 Lot 5. Two Parcels of Grass Land and a Gar- [Garden] den, being part of the Great Birk Royd and part of the common allotment, having a considerable frontuge [frontage] to the highway leading from Hudders- [Udders- Huddersfield] field to Almondbury, and now in the possession of Matthias Milnes .., ive [vie] one 2 Lot 6. A Plot of Building Ground, near to Crab- [Crabtree] tree House aforesaid, being part of the Close called Birk Royd, and fronting the Occupation Road leading therefrom to the Wakefield and Auster- [Aster- Islands] lands Turnpike Road ... wee wes [West] sea vee [see] Lot 7. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the south-west of, and adjoining upon the last lot, and also fronting the said Occupation Road eee [see] we Lot 8, Another Plot of Building Ground, to the south-west of, and adjoining upon the last lot, and also fronting the same ass we aes [as] Lot 9. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the south-west of and adjoining upon the last lot, and also fronting the said road ... eee [see] ene Lot 10. A Plot of Building Ground, at Birkhouse, in Dalton aforesaid, on the south side of and adjoin- [adjoining] ing upon the Wakefield and Austerlands [Islands] Turnpike Lot 11. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the south-west of and adjoining Lot 10, and an intended Street to be twelve yards wide ees [see] wee eee [see] Lot 12. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the north-west of and adjoining Lot 11, and also the Wakefield and Austerlands [Islands] Turnpike Road... sus Lot 13. A Plot of Building Ground, separated from Lot 11 by an intended Street to be twelve yards wide Lot 14. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the south-west of and adjoining the last lot wee ose [one] Lot 15. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the south-west of and adjoining the last lot eas [was] sae [sea] Lot 16. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the south-west of and adjoining the last lot, and an in- [intended] tended Street to be twelve yards wide oes [ors] we Lot 17. Another Plot of Building Ground, separated from Lot 12, by the intended Street to be twelve yards wide, and having a frontage to the Wakefield and Austerlands [Islands] Turnpike Road, on the north side thereof... ass aes [as] Sed [Se] ee ee ese Lot 18. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the south-west of and ad the last lot, and also Lot 19. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the south-west of and adjoining the last lot, and also fronting the said Turnpike. be ae oa Lot 20. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the south-west of and adjoining the last lot, and also an intended Street to be twelve yards wide, and also fronting the said Turnpike Road ees [see] ose [one] exe Lot 21. Another Plot of Building Ground, separated from Tat 16, by an intended Street to be twelve wide Lot 22. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the south-west of and adjoining Lot 21 ... oss [loss] awe Lot 23. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the south-west of and adjoining the last lot, and an in- [intended] tended street to be six yards wide... - Lot 24. All those capital Premises, (generally three stories in height,) opposite the Green Gross Inn, Mold Green, consisting of Dwelling-Houses, Shops, Warehouse, Stable, Outbuildings, Yard, and part of Garden, now in the several occupations of Messrs. John and Thomas Pickles, John Sheard, James Batho, Elizabeth Walker, John Priestley, Martha Hinchliffe, Eneas [Ens] Watson, Thomas Bake, William Eastwood, and John Boothroyd, containing an area of... 2s si was sas [as] ae wee Lot 25. All that commodious Weaving Shop, Press Shop, Cottage, detached Dyehouse, and Out- [Outbuildings] buildings in the occupation of Messrs. John and Thomas Pickles, together with a Plot of Land ad- [adjoining] joining thereto, separated from Lot 24, by the said Street to be six yards wide, and having a frontage to the said Turnpike Road exe eas [was] aes [as] ss Lot 26. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the north-east of and adjoining the last lot, and fronting the said Turnpike Road we ves [bes] eee [see] wee Lot 27. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the north east of and adjoining the last lot, and fronting the said Turnpike Road ei esa [sea] Lot 28. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the North East of, and adjoining the last Lot, and also fronting the said Road ... we . Lot 29. A Messuage [Message] or Dwelling-House, Barn, Stable, Cowhouse, [Cow house] Dyehouse, Outbuildings, Yard, and Garden, and Two Parcels of Land adjoining thereto, and now occupied by Richard Auty wee Lot 30. A Plot of Building Ground, to the West of, and adjoining the last Lot ... wa wea [we] Lot 31. Another Plot of Building Ground, on the side of an intended Street to be Twelve Yards wide wee eee [see] we es ee wee ee Lot 32. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the South of, and adjoining Lot 31 eee [see] eee [see] eee [see] Lot 33. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the West of, and adjoining the last Lot ... eas [was] oe Lot 34. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the North of, and adjoining the last Lot... eee [see] wee Lot 35. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the West of, and adjoining the last Lot ... aa wee Lot 36. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the South of, and adjoining the last Lot, and so much of the Materials of the present Buildings as stand upon the same ... ote [ot] wes [West] os ees [see] ose [one] Lot 37. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the West of, and adjoining the last Lot, and the Mate- [Materials] rials of the present Buildings standing upon the same, consisting of a House, Barn, Cowhouse, [Cow house] and Two Cottages, in the occupation of Samuel Hirst and his Undertenants [Under tenants] ... eee [see] aes [as] ose [one] wee Lot 38. Another Plot of Building Ground, to the North of, and adjoining the last Lot... wee we Lot 39. Another Plot of Building Ground, adioin- [adjoin- adjoining] ing the Road leading from Huddersfield to Kirk- [Kirkheaton] heaton, [Heaton] and separated from Lot 29 by an intended Street to be Twelve Yards wide se oe ave Lot 40. Another Plot of Building Ground, also adjoining the Road leading from Huddersfield to Kirkheaton, and North of the last Lot tee one Lot 41. Another Plot of Building Ground, West of, and adjoining Lots 39 and 40 os sae [sea] oe Lot 42. Another Plot of Building Ground, West of, and adjoining the last Lot ... eee [see] sey [se] se Lot 43. Another Plot of Building Ground, West of, and adjoining the last Lot, and an intended Street to be Four Yards wide ... cee [see] wee wee Lot 44. Another Plot of Building Ground, West of, and separated from the last Lot, by the said Street to be Four Yards wide ... wee ees [see] we Lot 45. Another Plot of Building Ground, West of, and adjoining the last Lot... iw Lot 46. Another Plot of Building Ground West of, and adjoining the last Lot... eee [see] ss Lot 47. Another Plot of Building Ground, West of, and adjoining the last Lot, and an intended Street to be Ten Yards wide ... we wee wea [we] Lot 48. Another Plot of Building Ground, sepa- [sea- separated] rated from the last Lot, by the said intended Street, to be Ten Yards wide ... wes [West] wee we 58 Lot 49. Another Plot of Building Ground, South of, and adjoining the last Lot... 0s. sss oss [loss] Lot 50. Another Plot of Building Ground, South of, and adjoining the last Lot, and an intended Street to be Twelve Yards wide ... ses [se] aan [an] Lot 51. Another Plot of Building Ground, sepa- [sea- separated] rated from the last Lot, by thesaid [the said] intended Street, to be Twelve Yards wide wee ose [one] eee [see] eee [see] - Lot 52. Another Plot of Building Ground, South of, and adjoining the last Lot ... eee [see] eee [see] Lot 58. Another Plot of Building Ground, South of, and adjoining the last Lot ... eee [see] see oes [ors] Lot 1. A valuableClose [valuable close] of Grass Land, situated Heeb [Herb] One ODD i ou O be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. LAN- [LANCASTER] CASTER, at the GEorcE [George] in Huddersfield, on WEDNESDAY next, at Three o'clock in the afternoon precisely, in 57 Lots, as set forth in the following particulars, and subject to such conditions as will be then produced, a Situate at Datton, [Dalton] in the parish of Kirkheaton, in the Pp. 2 35 SQ. YDS. [YES] 1700 R P, o 1 24 2 86 SQ. YDS. [YES] 640 675 675 675 1640 1150 1540 2010 1720 1450 1840 1200 7070 970 1060 890 880 880 1060 1635 - 1080 1345 1250 1560 1580 1730 1650 1540 1550 1910 1040 800 1040 1240 1000 1000 productive Price 44d. Lot 54. Another Plot of Building Ground, South of, and adjoining the last Lot ... sie [Sir] a, see Lot 55. Another Plot of Building Ground, South of, and adjoining the last Lot ... eee [see] wee ves [bes] Lot 56. All those Four Parcels of excellent a. BR. P- Grass Land, being the Near Great High Royds, and parts of the High Royds, and near High Royds, in the respective occupations of Thomas Harrison, Richard Sykes, and Samuel Hirst... Lot 57. All those Three other Parcels of Land, being the residue of the High Royds, and the Near High Royds, also in the occupation of the said Richard Sykes and Samuel Hirst... .- 1 228 This very cligible [eligible] Property consists partly of Agricultural Land Sr ata [at] partly Premises well situated tor the convenience of trade, and there are several very desir- [desire- desirable] able Sites for Villa Residences, commanding extensive views of the adjacent country. The Wakefield and Auster- [Aster- Islands] lands Turnpike Road passes through the Estate, and it is in other respects well roaded, [road] and is within a short distance of the improving town of Huddersfield. Mr. Thomas Newhill, of Dalton, will shew the lots, and printed particulars, with a plan annexed, may be had at the place of sale at the Kaye's Arms, Mold Green, in Dalton ; of Mr. John Wilson, Denby Grange, near Wakefield of the Auctioneer, or at the Offices of Mr. George Crowther, land agent in Huddersfield or at the Offices of Messrs. UPTON CLAPHAM, solicitors, in Leeds, where any further information may be had. 1000 3 116 PLEASANT FREEHOLD RESIDENCE AND OTHER BUILDINGS, AT SHEEPRIDGE, NEAR HUDDERSFIELD. T be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. LAN- [LANCASTER] CASTER, at the House of Mr. Daniel Walker, the Woot [Wood] Pack Inn, in DEIGHTON, near HUDDERSFIELD, on Taurspay, [Tuesday] July the 25th, [the] 1850, at Six o'clock in the even- [evening] 'ing aa he to such conditions as will be then and there rod) P All that Modern and Capital MESSUAGE [MESSAGE] or DWEL- [DEL- DWELLING] LING-HOUSE, [HOUSE] called WiccIN-HOUSE, [Vaccine-HOUSE] with Garden, Plea- [Pleasure] sure ground, Coach-house, Barn, Mistal, [Mistral] Stable, and other Outbuildings, situate at Sheepridge, near Huddersfield, in the County of York, as the same are now in the occupation of John Clay, Esq., and were lately occupied by Edward rooke, [Brooke] . The Property is Freehold, m [in] a pleasant and healthy situation, within a convenient distanee [distance] from the rapidly increasing Market Town of Huddersfield and, being on an eminence, commands a fine prospect. Wiggin-House is elegantly finished, in good repair, well furnished with fixtures, and comprises Three Sitting Rooms, Two Kitchens, Five Bed Rooms, Cellar, and good Attics. A portion of the purchase money may remain on security of the premises. The tenant will allow the house to be in- [inspected] spected, [selected] and further particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneer, or of . Mr. WILLIAM HAIGH, Solicitor, Huddersfield. BOOKS. O be SOLD by AUCTION, without reserva- [reserve- reservation] tion, [ion] by DAVIS and SON, at their New Rooms, Enp, [End] Hatirax, [Hatteras] on MonDAy, [Monday] TUESDAY, and WED- [WEDNESDAY] NESDAY, [WEDNESDAY] July 22nd, 23rd, and 24th, [the] ; Uu; wards. of 2,500 Volumes of Valuable BOOKS, in- [including] cluding [including] the whole of the NEW SUBSCRIPTION LiBRaRy, [Library] Halifax. The works comprehend the following phy, [why] Memoirs, History, Topography, Natural Philosophy, and the Arts, Theology, Natural History, Poetry, Mental and Moral Philosophy, Novels, Tales and Nar- [Near- Narratives] ratives, [natives] Voyages and Travels, Politics, Miscellaneous Works, and Periodical Publications. Sale to commence each day at Two o'clock in the after- [afternoon] noon, and at Six in the evening. . Catalogues, price 3d., may be had on application to Tuomas [Thomas] Davis and SON, at their Rooms, Hall End, Hali- [Hail- Halifax] fax, or will be forwarded by post on receipt of four stamps. VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATES, SITUATE IN HIPPERHOLME-CUM-BRIGHOUSE, [HIPPODROME-CM-BRIGHOUSE] MIRFIELD, BRIGHOUSE, AND SKIRCOAT, [SCOTT] In the County of York, embracing the Slead [Lead] House Estate, Slead [Lead] Syke Mill, and Village of Slead [Lead] Syke, in Hipper- [Hippodrome] holme-cum-Brighouse, [home-cum-Brighouse, -cum-Brighouse] Dwelling-Houses and Closes of Land in Mirfield, Dwelling-Houses in the Town of Brighouse, Cottages at Salterhebble, [saleable] in Skircoat, [Scott] near alifax. [Halifax] H T he SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. LAN- [LANCASTER] CASTER (by order of the Trustees of the will of the late John Holland, Esq., deceased), at the RoyaL [Royal] HorTet, [Hornet] in BRIGHOUSE, on the 16th day of August next, at Two o'clock in the afternoon, in Lots, and subject to conditions, The capital MANSION, called Slead [Lead] House, late the residence of the said John Holland, deceased, replete with fixtures, in excellent repair and-condition, and ready for i ion, with the Vinery, [Very] Conservatory, Gardens, Pleasure Grounds, Plantations, Coach-honse, [Coach-house] Stables, Barn, Mistal, [Mistral] and all other requisite Conveniences attached, and upwards of Forty Acres of valuable and OW PASTURE and ARABLE LAND adjoining, proposed to be divided into Lots to suit pur- [our- purchasers] chasers. Also, the substantial and extensive stone-built MILL, called Slead [Lead] Syke Mills, with the large and commodious WAREHOUSES, Five GAS- [GASWORKS] WORKS, and other Buildings, Steam Engine, Shafting, Steam and Gas Pipes, and other Fixtures, Reservoir, and all other requisite Conveniences and Appurtenances ad- [adjoining] joining and belonging to the said Mill. Also, the VILLAGE of SLEAD [LEAD] SYKE (in convenient Lots), comprising Kighteen [Eighteen] excellent Cottages, Shops, Gardens, productive Orchard, and Smiths' Shop, adjoining the Brighouse and Denholme-gate Turnpike-road. The above Property is situate in the Township of Hip- [Hippodrome] petholme-cum. [porthole-cum. -cum] Brighouse, central between the towns of alifax, [Halifax] Bradford, and Huddersfield, about One Mile from the Brighouse Station, on the main line of the Lan- [An- Lancashire] cashire [Lancashire] and Yorkshire Railway, and the same distance from the Lightcliffe Station of the West Riding Union Railway. The Premises are supplied with water, well- [welded] roaded, [road] contain a valuable bed of stone, now in the course of being worked, and present most desirable investments. IN MIRFIELD. All that capital MESSUAGE, [MESSAGE] situate at Lee Green, in the occupation of Mr. Samuel Hallas, with the Garden, Barn, Stable, and other Outbuildings thereto belonging, and about Four Acres of excellent LAND. Also, Eight COTTAGES, in the occupation of Mr. Samuel Hallas and others. IN BRIGHOUSE. All those Three capital and substantial MESSUAGES [MESSAGES] or DWELLING-HOUSES, situate in the best and most important part of the Town of Brighouse, being imme- [Mme- immediately] diately [lately] fronting the George Hotel, and the Turnpike-roads from Elland to Wakefield, and from Huddersfield to Brad- [Bradford] ford, and comprising an area of 372 superficial square yards, and now in the occupation of Mr. Newstead and others. . AT SALTERHEBBLE, [saleable] IN SKIRCOAT. [SCOTT] Nineteen COTTAGES (in suitable Lets), now producing a rental of upwards of 50 per annum, and in the occupa- [occupy- occupation] tion [ion] of William Fletcher and. Plans and particulars may be had at the White Swan Inn, in Halifax, the Sun and George Inns, in Bradford, the George Inn, in Huddersfield, the Royal Hotel, in Brig- [Brighouse] house and further information shtained [stained] upon application to Mr. Samuel Washington, of Lightcliffe, Land Agent or at the Offices of RUDD and KENNY, Solicitors in Halifax. Halifax, 8th July, 1850. JOHN WINTER, LAND AGENT, ESTATE AUCTIONEER, AND GENERAL VALUER, SaLeE [Sale] Roous, [Rooms] Spring-street, Huddersfield. RESIDENCE, South-street. THE LATE SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT LIVERPOOL. -- may be INSURED against RAILWAY ACCIDENTS by the RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE COMPANY, for a Single Journey, or for a period of One to Twelve Months. TABLE OF PREMIUMS. Tickets for a Single J ee only, irrespective of distance. To Insure- [Insured] 1000 in a Ist [Its] Class Uarriage [Carriage] i 500 ,, 2a RO BA 200 5, 3d ee pO For the convenience of Frequent Travellers the Com also issues Periodical Tickets. For 1 Month a 5s With th or onth, [ont] premi [prime] .) With i Boe [Be] 3 Months, 10s. ling in any Clase [Case] niet [net] or 6 Months, 5 Rail i i For 12Months, [months] 7 20s.) [S's] Kingdom. in These Tickets may be obtained of th, i the principal Stations of most of the Rang ae Kingdom; and the Periodical Tick, ets, [es] i ' Mr. FREDERICK TURNER, WESEGATE, [WESTGATE] Agent for Huddersfield No. 3, Old Broad-street, Long likewise, of 1 Say