Huddersfield Chronicle (14/Feb/1852) - Public Notices

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PUBLIC NOTICES

FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE HOLMFIRTH SUFFERERS.

POSITIVELY FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY.

PHILOSOPHICAL-HALL, HUDDERSFIELD.

Monday, February 16th.

JACOBS, the great original Wizard of Wizards, Ventriloquist, Modem Magician, Professor of Experimental Philosophy, and Improvisatore, will present his unrivalled wonders on the above occasion. The experiments he performs are not surpassed by either foreign or native artist. Many of his illusions are his own invention, and are of so astounding a nature, that had they been introduced a century back, it would have required but little knowledge to have predicted his fate.

None but Jacobs can give Jacob’s Entertainment. He is the ne plus ultra of the modem Magi, the Faustus of the present day. See him and judge for yourselves. Reserved seats, 2s. ; Back seats, 1s. ; Gallery, 6d.

Commence at Eight o’clock.

Children half-price to reserved and back seats.


HOLME RESERVOIRS.

AN EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING of the COMMISSIONERS, will be held at the Offices of their Clerk, No. 16 Buxton-road, Huddersfield, in the County of York, on Tuesday next, the 17th day of February, 1852, at Three o’clock in the afternoon punctually, for carrying into execution the purposes of the Act of Parliament (7 William 4, chap. 54) ; also, to consider and determine upon the course to be adopted with reference to the Bursting of the Bilberry Reservoir, and on other special matters.

Dated this 13 day of February, 1852.
By Order,
WILL. JACOMB,
Clerk to the Commissioners.

THE LAMENTABLE CATASTROPHE AT HOLMFIRTH, NEAR HUDDERSFIELD.

AT a PUBLIC MEETING of the INHABITANTS of HOLMFIRTH, convened by the Magistrates for the District, held on Saturday Evening, February 7, 1852, W. L. BROOK, Esq., in the Chair, the following Resolutions were agreed to :—

1 — That a subscription for the relief of the sufferers by the late fearful calamity be forthwith entered into ; and that a committee be appointed to solicit subscriptions throughout the locality.

2 — The following gentlemen were appointed a committee for the purposes of the last resolution, viz. Joseph Charlesworth, Esq., W. L. Brook, Esq., Joshua Moorhouse, Esq., Joshua Charlesworth, Esq., James Charlesworth, Esq., the Rev. T. G. Fearne, the Rev R. E. Leach, the Rev. James Macfarlane, the Rev. B. Firth, the Rev. Thomas Garbutt, Messrs. C. S. Floyd, Martin Kidd, Sidney Morehouse, George Hinchliffe, Joseph Firth, George Tinker, Thomas Iveson, John Harpin, and the Rev. J. Fearon, with power to add to their number.

3 — That the Bankers of Huddersfield and their London Agents be respectfully requested by this meeting forthwith to receive donations in aid of the funds for the relief of the sufferers by the recent calamity ; and that the committee be requested to communicate with the several bankers in the United Kingdom urging them to assist in the benevolent object in view, by likewise opening Subscription Lists.


HOLMFIRTH SUBSCRIPTIONS.

£ s. d.
William Leigh and Charles Brook, Esqs. 200 0 0
The Right Hon. the Earl of Carlisle 100 0 0
Hon. Edwin Laseelles, M.P. 100 0 0
Charles Horsfall Bill, Esq. London 100 0 0
Joseph Charlesworth, Esq 100 0 0
Joshua Moorhouse, Esq. 100 0 0
A Friend, per Joseph Firth 100 0 0
Joseph Firth, Esq. 100 0 0
Abraham Hirst, Esq. Hullen-edge 100 0 0
The Right Hon. the Earl of Dartmouth 50 0 0
The Lord Bishop of Ripon 50 0 0
James Charlesworth, Esq. 50 0 0
Joshua Charlesworth, Esq. 50 0 0
Messrs J. and G. Hinchliffe 50 0 0
Richard Kidd, Esq. London 50 0 0
Subscriptions from Horbury, collected by Mrs D. Holt 26 3 0
Martin Kidd 25 0 0
Harrv Booth 25 0 0
C. S. Floyd 25 0 0
Charles Trotter 25 0 0
Charles Beardsell and Sons 25 0 0
Thomas H. Pedley, Esq. Stubbing Court, near Chesterfield 25 0 0
Collected in Leeds by Mrs Battersby and Miss Stocks 22 16 6
Mr and Miss Dawson, Royds-hall, Bradford 20 0 0
Charles Turner 20 0 0
J. B. Woodhead 20 0 0
Godfrey Mellor 20 0 0
Thomas Mellor 20 0 0
Thomas Shaw Tinker 20 0 0
John Harpin 20 0 0
George H. Hinchliffe 20 0 0
Sidney Morehouse 20 0 0
Frederick Thynne, Esq. London 20 0 0
George Beaumont, Manchester 20 0 0
John S. Rayner, London 10 10 0
The Right Hon. the Earl of Shaftesbury 10 0 0
Rev T. G. Fearne 10 0 0
W. J. Tinker, Manchester 10 0 0
“Curliane,” Manchester 10 0 0
James Holmes and Sons 10 0 0
Abel Cuttel, jun. 10 0 0
Thomas L. Charlesworth 10 0 0
George Tinker 10 0 0
William Harpin, Liverpool 10 0 0
J. E. Morehouse, Malton 10 0 0
John Wylie 10 0 0
Thomas Iveson 10 0 0
Charles Lockwood 10 0 0
W. Clare and Sons, Liverpool 10 0 0
A Friend, Bristol (by Rev W. Battersby, Leeds) 10 0 0
Collection at Low-moor Church 5 13 3
Bateman and Son, Low-moor 5 5 0
M. B. Hall 5 5 0
W. T. Bailey, London 5 5 0
W. Stewart, Wakefield 5 0 0
John Hixon 5 0 0
D. B. Kendall, M.D. Wakefield 5 0 0
Andrew Mellor 5 0 0
T. H. Walmsley 5 0 0
Rev R. E. Leach 5 0 0
Henry Lumb, Esq. Wakefield 5 0 0
Ditto his Grandson 0 1 0
Seth Beardsell, Holme 5 0 0
Miss M. Malcolm, Hull 5 0 0
J. Crowther, Halifax 5 0 0
Henry Roberson, Esq. Healds-hall 5 0 0
The Pupils of H. Roberson, Esq. Healds-hall 2 1 6
C. S. Floyd, jun. 5 0 0
Benjamin Wilson, Esq. St Magnus-house, Low Harrogate 5 0 0
The Misses Langwith, Hollingworth 5 0 0
Messrs Thomas Fripp and Co. 5 0 0
Henry Critchley, Rotherham 5 0 0
Rev George Price, Essex 5 0 0
William Eddison. Esq. solicitor, Leeds 5 0 0
Mrs Baker, Headingley, Leeds 5 0 0
Miss Eliza Tatham, Leeds 5 0 0
Miss Mary Ann Tatham, Leeds 5 0 0
Mr John Nightingale, Rotherham 5 0 0
Willoughby Ranckerm (by Mr Lumb, of Wakefield) 5 0 0
Thomas Whitehead Brothers, Rawtenstall 5 0 0
Mr Edward Trotter 5 0 0
Baptist Chapel, Halifax 4 4 0
Rev John Wilson, Durham 3 0 0
Jonas Wimpenny, Rawtenstall 3 0 0
H. B. Miles 2 10 0
James Roebuck, Honley 2 10 0
Rev John Hope, Southowram 2 2 0
Mr Frank Littlewood 2 0 0
Captain Hodgson, Shelton 2 0 0
Chas. Crosland 2 0 0
Richard Heslop, Huddersfield 2 0 0
Rev. J. S. 2 0 0
Frank Littlewood 2 0 0
Mr. Hawksworth, Sheffield 2 0 0
A Few Friends, from Horsforth 1 13 0
Thomas Midgley, Almondbury 1 10 0
Oxley Ellam, Liverpool 1 1 0
Tedbar Tinker, Manchester 1 1 0
C. Palmer, Derby 1 1 0
Walton, London 1 0 0
A Friend, from Wakefield 1 0 0
M. E. Naylor, Wakefield 1 0 0
G. Walker, Grove Inn, Headingley 1 0 0
Wm. Scholefield 1 0 0
A Baptist Minister, near Halifax 1 1 0
Mr James Morton, Boroughbridge 1 1 0
Rev J. Garrett, Howden 1 1 0
H. R. McKenne and J. Heeman 1 0 0
Mr. Gill, Manchester 1 0 0
A. Lowe, Manchester 1 0 0
Mr. Tennant, Dewsbury 1 0 0
Rev. J. Bell, Bolster Stone 1 0 0
Miss Thorpe, Headingley 1 0 0
Miss Swain, Gomersal 1 0 0
A Friend, per Thomas Frippe & Co 1 0 0
Mr Frank Littlewood 1 0 0
Mrs Sarah Gubb 1 0 0
Rev R. G. Micklethwaite, Ardsley 1 0 0
J. B. Kerr, Halifax 0 10 0
John Hall, Maltster 0 10 0
William Kerr, Halifax 0 10 0
Rev. E. G. R. 0 10 0
C. Oldroyd 0 10 0
J. H. W. 0 10 0
Captain Durrens 0 10 0
R. W. 0 10 0
Miss Phillips, Wakefield 0 10 0
Joseph Binns, Great Horton 0 10 0
H. Harrison, Sheffield 0 10 0
Rev. J. Flower 0 5 0
Mr Drury, Halifax 0 5 0
George Mellor, Kirkburton 0 2 6
J. H. Allen, Pendlebury 0 2 6
Total £2082 1 9

A great many packets of clothing, blankets, and other articles have been received and distributed by the subcommittee appointed for that purpose, but the committee at present are only able to give a general acknowledgment of their receipt. The Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company have kindly consented to convey all parcels carriage free, addressed to “The Relief Committee, Town-hall, Holmfirth.”


AT a PUBLIC MEETING, Convened by Thomas Mallinson, Esq., Chief Constable, on a numerously signed requisition, held in HUDDERSFIELD, on Monday evening, Feb 9, 1852, for the purpose of considering what measures should be adopted to alleviate the Destitution occasioned by the Bursting of the Bilberry Reservoir at Holme, near Holmfirth, JOHN BROOKE, Esq., in the chair, the following Resolutions were agreed to :—

1 — That this meeting sympathises most deeply with the suffering inhabitants of the Valley of the Holme under the recent calamity caused by the bursting of the Bilberry Reservoir, by which upwards of eighty persons have lost their lives (seventy bodies have already been found), and a frightful extent of property swept “away, reducing many of the survivors from comfortable circumstances in life to utter ruin, and depriving upwards of two thousand operatives of employment for some time to come.

2 — That this meeting feels called upon to use every exertion for mitigating the consequences of this great calamity, and that a subscription be immediately set on foot, and that the amount raised be applied (under the direction of a committee) for the immediate relief of pressing distress, and afterwards by affording such aid as the amount of the subscription will allow.

3 — That the extent of the devastation being such that mere local efforts, however liberal, will be quite inadequate to the wants of the case, other towns be requested kindly to aid us in this benevolent work.

4 — That the Huddersfield committee consist of the Vicar of Huddersfield, the Rev, J. Glendenning, Messrs. John Brooke, John Sutcliffe, Thomas Mallinson, E. L. Hesp, Isaac Robson, William Mallinson, John Freeman. J. C. Lay cock, Edmund Eastwood, F. Schwann, Thomas Firth, Louis Löwenthal, William Willans, Alexander Hathorn, Joseph Taylor Armitage, Joseph Beaumont, jun., and Joseph Turner, to unite and co-operate in equal numbers with the Holmfirth committee, with power to add to their number. The following Gentlemen have been added to the Huddersfield Committee since the General Meeting on Monday night :— Messrs. T. P. Crosland, C. H. Jones, Edward Fisher, Henry Leadbeater, Charles Hirst, Joseph Turner (Merchant), John Haigh (Lascelles-hall), G. S. Tolson, Samuel Oldfield, Thos. Nelson, Wm. Brook (Healey-house), Joseph Wrigley, James Shaw, David Boscovitz, C. W. Sikes, Wm. Hornblower, John Newhouse, Joseph Brook (Stationer), R. Heslop, Edward Tetley, Wm. Burrows, J. C. Fenton, T. H. Bayyte, Robert Butterworth, William Shaw, jun. (Bottom hall), W. Gregory, Stanhope Smart, George Crowther, William Shaw, jun. (Huddersfield), Joseph Tolson (Dalton), James Hinchliffe, James Bradbury, Thos. Brook (Colne Villa.)


HUDDERSFIELD SUBSCRIPTIONS.

£ s.
John Brooke and Sons 500 0
C. Brook, Healey-house 200 0
F. Schwann 200 0
Joseph Senior 200 0
A. and S. Henry and Co. 200 0
Workmen at Messrs. Starkey, Brothers 178 18
G. Crosland and Sons 150 0
Joseph Shirkey, Esq. 150 0
Edward Brooke and Sons 105 0
Workmen of John Brooke & Sons, Armitage-bridge 102 0
W. Willans 100 0
G Mallinson and Sons 100 0
John Haigh and Co. 100 0
J. Armitage, Esq. 100 0
John Beaumont, Dalton 100 0
J. Tolson & Sons, Dalton 100 0
Bentley and Shaw 100 0
J. &, T. C. Wrigley and Co. 100 0
J. and G. Hinchliffe 100 0
Smith, Payne, and Smith, London 100 0
Thomas Firth, Toothill 100 0
John Starkey 100 0
Baruicott and Hirst 100 0
Miss Marshall, Northgate-Mount 100 0
Charles Morris, Esq., Malvern 100 0
W. Brook, Healey-house 75 0
J. Beaumont and Sons 60 0
Butterworth and Sons 50 0
Armitage Brothers 50 0
Lowenthal Brothers 50 0
J. W. and H. Shaw 50 0
Swain and Webb. 50 0
Lockwood and Keighley 50 0
J. C. Fenton 50 0
Joseph Kaye 50 0
J. Crosland and Sous 50 0
Berry and Crowther 50 0
John Taylor and Sons 50 0
Oldfield, Allan, and Co. 50 0
John Wrigley and Sons 50 0
John Eastwood and Sons 50 0
J. W. Brooke, Sibton Park, Suffolk 50 0
Wm. Willott and Co. 50 0
William Kaye and Son, Clayton-west 50 0
John Haigh and Sons, Colne-bridge 50 0
William Shaw and Son, Bottom’s-hall 50 0
Armitage and Kaye 50 0
Joshua Beaumont, Parkson-grove 50 0
C. and J. D. Jacomb, London 50 0
W. R. C. Stansfield, M.P. 50 0
James Learoyd 50 0
Geoige Jewop, Honley. 50 0
Miss Morris 50 0
Thomas Southey and Son 50 0
Andersons & Thorburn, Manchester 42 0
Joseph Turner and Co. 40 0
Workmen at George Crosland and Sons 40 0
John Wrigley and Sons’ Workmen, Netherton 33 2
Nowell Brothers and Co. 31 10
E. Fisher and Co. 31 10
Messrs. Armitage Brother’s workmen 31 10
George Brooke 30 0
John North 30 0
Jas. and John Ramsden, Ramsden Mill 30 0
Schofield, Kirk, and Marshall 30 0
J. Riley 25 0
Mrs Bentley 25 0
Huth and Fischer 25 0
W. Learoyd 25 0
J. C. Laycock 25 0
Brook, Freeman, and Co. 25 0
D. Lippert 25 0
Thomas Firth, jun. 25 0
S. Tobias and Co. 25 0
J. Sutcliffe, Esq. 25 0
E. L. Heap 25 0
Charles Hirst and Son 25 0
Mrs B. Shaw 25 0
F. R. Jones, jun. 25 0
William Barker 25 0
R. Porritt and Co. 25 0
Dr Ramsbotham 25 0
John Lancaster 25 0
Ed. and Josiah Beaumont 25 0
Richd. Dewhurst, Aspley 25 0
Jacornb and Son 25 0
Alexander Hall, Dublin 25 0
Geo. Norton, Clayton-west 25 0
Henry Robinson 25 0
Busman, Calme, and Co. 25 0
Milner and Hale 25 0
James Shaw 25 0
Benj. Vickerman & Son 25 0
J. and N. Philipps, and Co., Manchester 25 0
Oakes, Barret, and Co. 25 0
Richard Cobden, M.P. 25 0
Mrs John Allen 25 0
Huddersfield & Holmfirth Examiner, Proprietors of 25 0
Joshua Ingham, Mirfield 25 0
Thornton, Firth, and Co. 25 0
Goldsborough. Mather, & Lyons, Manchester 21 0
J. W. and H. Shaw’s Workmen 21 0
Hasting Brothers, Huddersfield 20 0
Mrs. Bradbury 20 0
Joseph Turner 20 0
Wright Mellor 20 0
Shaw and Pitt 20 0
Dr Taylor 20 0
Thomas Hayley 20 0
Tetley Brothers 20 0
Thomas Blenkhorn 20 0
D. Marsden 20 0
F. R. Jones, sen. 20 0
Thomas Varley 20 0
Charles Dowse 20 0
Henry Leadbeater 20 0
Thomas Marshall 20 0
Matthew Hirst and Sons 20 0
Thewlis and Wrigley 20 0
James Whitley 20 0
Brown, Longworth,& Co. 20 0
William Oldfield, Spring Vale 20 0
John Tindall, solicitor 20 0
Joshua Moore 20 0
John Tindale 20 0
Shaw, Holroyd and Shaw 20 0
Samuel Hirst 20 0
Messrs. McGlew and Oldhams, London 20 0
Clough and Bantoft, Huddersfield 15 0
Liebrich Brothers 15 0
Geo. Dyson and Co 15 0
J. H. Wheatley, Mirfield 15 0
Rev J. Bateman 10 10
Huddersfield. Chronicle, Proprietors of 10 10
David Midgley 10 10
John Smith and Son 10 10
Benjamin Bentley & Son 10 10
W. Greenwood, surgeon 10 10
Machan and Stead 10 10
Richard Roberts 10 0
J. T. Patchett 10 0
J. Brierly 10 0
C. H. Jones 10 0
George Roberts 10 0
Joseph Bower 10 0
Postlethwaite Brothers, and Co. 10 0
Alexander Glendenning 10 0
George Lancashire 10 0
W. P. England 10 0
Thos. Brook, Colne Villa 10 0
Thomas Kilner 10 0
John Day and Sons 10 0
Gregory and Marsh 10 0
Joseph Johnson 10 0
T. and J. Denham 10 0
John Wilkinson 10 0
Harris and Appleton 10 0
T. S. Bradley 10 0
D. A. Cooper 10 0
James Waller 10 0
Rev. John Haigh, Huddersfield 10 10
Thomas and Broadbent 10 10
Mr. Rayner, solicitor 10 0
G. and J. Hyde, Stalybridge 10 0
Misses Starkey 10 0
James and John Booth 10 0
George Mallinson, Linthwaite 10 0
Charles W. Sikes 10 0
William W. Greenwood 10 10
Henry Hirst and Sons 10 10
George Crowther 10 10
Ludlow, Torr, & Janeway 10 10
M. L. M.,Hamburg 10 0
Wm. Burrows 10 0
Geo. Chappell, Esq., Manchester 10 0
Sir T. J. Pierrepont 10 0
The Misses Eastwood 10 0
William Atkinson, draper 10 0
Mrs. Love 10 0
Hebblethwaite and Lister 10 0
John Hobkerk 10 0
B. and J. Sheard 10 0
Isaac Robson 10 0
Luke Swallow 10 0
Miss Pickford, Bath 10 0
The Miss Woods, Belgrave-house 10 0
Benjamin Wilson, Mirfield 10 0
Richard Hurst 10 0
Richard Wheatley, Mirfield 10 0
Thomas Bousfield, Esq, London 10 0
Thomas House, Esq., London 10 0
Rev. J. Spurred, Great Shelford, Cambridge 10 0
Henry Fryer 10 0
Anderson and Catley, per John Firth 10 0
Schofield, Kirk, and Marshall’s workmen 7 10
R. Heslop 7 0
W. H Aston’s Workmen 6 0
Seedhill Schools: Boys 22s ; Girls, including donation, 30s ; Articles of value 50s ; Miss Benton 5s ; Infants 7s 5 14
James Blackburn 5 5
Charles Atkinson and Co. 5 5
William Clarke 5 5
Thomas Pitt 5 5
Thomas Robinson, solicitor 5 5
T. Nelson 5 5
Thomas Styring 5 5
Henry Beattie, York 5 5
Lodge of Truth (through the W. M.) 5 5
T. A. Heaps 5 5
Edward Sikes 5 5
H. and T. Washington 5 5
G. W. Rhodes, surgeon 5 5
George Eastwood 5 5
J. B. Hellawell 5 5
John Turnbull, Esq. Dunse 5 5
One who owes much to the valley of Holme 5 0
A. & H. Henry’s warehousemen 5 0
John and William Carver 5 0
Wm. and Henry Crosland 5 0
Charles Hall 5 0
George Lockwood 5 0
Joseph Bottomley 5 0
T. L. Brooke, Dewsbury 5 0
Ainley and Taylor, Golcar 5 0
J. Glendenning 5 0
Walter Hirst 5 0
Benjamin Crosland, Lindley 5 0
Miss Crosland, Clare-hill 5 0
J. & B Armitage, Shelley 5 0
J. Field, Skelmanthorpe 5 0
Rev. Dr. Milne, Dollar, N.B. 5 0
Mrs. Priest 5 0
W. Roberts 5 0
D. Boscovitz 5 0
W. Hornblower 5 0
Mr Tatham, surgeon 5 0
A Friend, by A. Hathorn 5 0
Josephus Roebuck 5 0
Dan Taylor 5 0
Joseph Brook, bookseller 5 0
J. H. Waddington 5 0
Joshua Hobson 5 0
John Brook, registrar 5 0
John B. Wrigley 5 0
William Moore and Son 5 0
Mrs Lees 5 0
Thomas J. Wigney 5 0
John Moxon, sutgeon 5 0
Charles Dransfield 5 0
Jno. Frost 5 0
Waters Hardy 5 0
Joseph Cartwright, Trinity-street 5 0
Mons. de le Barre 5 0
John Carr 5 0
Dyson, Ambler, and Co. 5 0
Benjamin Crook 5 0
John Wormald, saddle 5 0
Henry Jackson, pork-butcher 5 0
Jonathan Dyson 5 0
R. Shaw 5 0
J. Hanson and Brothers 5 0
Charles Pritchett 5 0
Abraham Midgley 5 0
John H. Walker 5 0
Thomas Chile 5 0
Joseph Haigh, Kirkgate 5 0
Alexander Hathorn 5 0
C. E. Jones, Birk House 5 0
Eastwood and Roberts 5 0
John Bate 5 0
John Scott, New-street 5 0
William Fawcett and Son 5 0
Samuel Ogden 5 0
Fred. Shaw 5 0
Mr. Thomas’s Pupils in King-street 5 0
I. F. Sadler 5 0
Mrs Sargent 5 0
Samuel Bradley 5 0
John Tattersfield 5 0
D. Jowitt and Co. 5 0
S. F. Battye 5 0
Wm. Massey Evans 5 0
Luke Marsden 5 0
Hunter and Coates 5 0
Alfred Smith 5 0
George Hall 5 0
William Mills, Aspley 5 0
Joseph Schofield 5 0
Mrs. David Shaw 5 0
Tristram Ridgway 5 0
Joseph Robinson 5 0
Rev. John Glendenning 5 0
Robert Whiteley and Son 5 0
George Robinson, surgeon 5 0
Henry Ludlam and Sons 5 0
John Smithies 5 0
Richard Mellor 5 0
Mr Shann 5 0
William Cliffe 5 0
Barker and Hanson 5 0
Messrs Hey 5 0
Thomas Wood, per Mr Mallinson 5 0
Rev J. Atkinson 5 0
Joseph Day and Co, Batley Carr 5 0
Geo. Mitchell & Brothers 5 0
W. H. Aston 5 0
Rev. E. A. Davies 5 0
Benjamin Ainley 5 0
Workmen at J. H. Walker’s 4 7
Law Walker 4 0
John Hall, Market-street 3 3
William Dawson, jun. 3 3
Rev N. Maning 3 3
Paul Ganter 3 3
John Jebson 3 3
Jas. Armitage, surveyor 3 3
William Haigh 3 3
William Robinson, jun. 3 3
W. and G. H. Love 3 3
Reid Holliday 3 0
Mrs Hartley 3 0
Mr. Dickinson 3 0
Henry Liddell 3 0
Henry Billington 3 0
William Hoskin 3 0
John Ellice, fruiterer 3 0
Dav. Brown, West-parade 2 10
Benjamin Thornton 2 10
Miss Eddison, Gaseford 2 10
C. M. Evans 2 10
Eliza Evans 2 10
Thomas Bradley 2 10
J. W. Lister 2 10
William Thornton and Listers, Mirfield 2 10
William Watkinson 2 10
James Burman 2 2
Wm. Veevers, Globe Inn 2 2
John I. Freeman 2 2
Mr. Ratcliffe 2 2
Mrs. Wolstenholme 2 2
Jabez Brook 2 2
Senior and Liddle 2 2
J. and W. Whiteley 2 2
George Calvert 2 2
Archibald Craig, Edinbro’ 2 2
Isaac Armitage, Busker 2 2
R. Field, Skelmanthorpe 2 2
Law Dyson 2 2
Rev T. B. Bensted 2 2
Benjamin Halstead 2 2
James Sykes 2 2
Samuel Hiley 2 2
J. H. Bendelack 2 2
James Whittaker 2 2
W. Turner 2 2
Mrs B. Dowse, widow 2 2
George Mitchell 2 2
A. Stocks, New-street 2 2
William Glendenning 2 2
Nathaniel Littlewood 2 2
Working Man 2 2
Ed. Beaumont 2 2
John Haigh, share broker 2 2
Rev. Daniel Wilson, Islington 2 0
J. H. Haas and Co. 2 0
William Chadwick 2 0
James Holdsworth 2 0
J. H. Kilner 2 0
W. Faulkner, draper 2 0
James Dyson, New-street 2 0
A. W. Senior 2 0
Leonard Fisher, marble mason 2 0
A. Thomas Palmer 2 0
Jonathan Wigglesworth 2 0
William Eddison 2 0
William Kaye 2 0
Berry and Swift 2 0
George Shaw 2 0
Matthew Wilson 2 0
Abbott and Swallow 2 0
Thomas Beaumont 2 0
James Mitchell, Aspley 2 0
John Marshall 2 0
Sykes Mellor 2 0
William Hanson and Co. 2 0
A Friend 2 0
Joseph Hirst 2 0
William Glendenning 2 0
H. W. Senior 2 0
James Bowes 2 0
Josh Boothroyd 2 0
David Eastwood 2 0
Whitworth and Clarkson 2 0
George Ainley 2 0
John Sunderland Hirst 2 0
William Hanson and Co. 2 0
Colonel and Mrs. Bund 2 0
John Pratt 2 0
G. S. Phillips 1 10
Huddersfield & Holmfirth Examiner, Reporter of 1 10
J. T. Armitage’s servants 1 9
Wm. Senior, East Parade 1 5
Young men at Dunse 1 3
John Robinson 1 1
John S. Tolson 1 1
William Spivey 1 1
William Vickers 1 1
Benjamin Stanley 1 1
Mr. Scissors, surgeon 1 1
B. Robinson 1 1
George Whiteley 1 1
T. Leadbeater 1 1
Edward Goldthorp 1 1
Abel Hellawell 1 1
John Walker 1 1
Anderson, Fordyce, and Co., Glasgow 1 1
James Battye 1 1
Thomas Collins 1 1
Robert Potter 1 1
Robert Morril 1 1
Rev. James Stacey 1 1
John Drabwell 1 1
M. H. T 1 1
Thomas Blenkhorn, jun. 1 1
A Friend 1 1
W Y. Bull and Co, London 1 1
William Sykes 1 1
W. Barrowclough and Son 1 1
Benjamin Sharp 1 1
Rev R. F. Smith 1 1
Rev J. Hope 1 1
Rev E Boden 1 1
Rev William Tatlock 1 1
Rev F. Wilson 1 1
Rev J K. Montgomery 1 1
J. H. Booth 1 1
G. Whitehead, bookbinder 1 1
Wm. Moorhouse, fruiterer 1 1
Alfred Palmer 1 1
William Wright 1 1
Young Ladies at Berry and Swift’s 1 0
William Golden 1 0
Richard Hird 1 0
Henry Southworth 1 1
John Priestley 1 0
Christopher Heroin 1 0
S. J. Buckley 1 0
Joseph Heaton 1 0
Joseph Benson 1 0
William Wainhouse 1 0
Helen & Ann Woodhouse 1 0
Elizabeth Hollinshead 1 0
William North 1 0
Mrs. Richardson, Aspley 1 0
G. D Warcus, Gas Works 1 0
Thomas Flockton 1 0
James Priestley 1 0
James Balme 1 0
George Oddy and Son 1 0
Samuel Shaw 1 0
John Thornton 1 0
John Broughton 1 0
Thomas Cuthbert 1 0
John Thornton 1 0
Joseph and George Ainley 1 0
Jeremiah Young 1 0
Henry Bateman, London 1 0
William Swallow 1 0
Rev W. Bond 1 0
Mrs Parratt 1 0
Edward Buckley 1 0
W. Senior 1 0
McOwen 1 0
Mrs Fryer 1 0
Mrs Wright 1 0
Mr Heslop’s Men 1 0
A Friend from Manchester 1 0
Joseph Hall, Milnsbridge 1 0
George Russell 1 0
Mrs Clough 1 0
Tom N. Swift 1 0
John Crowther, Mirfield 1 0
Henry Wheatley, Mirfield 1 0
B. H. Brook 1 0
Huddersfield Chronicle, Compositors 1 0
Henry Scott 1 0
W. Bennett 1 0
Partridge and Rennison 1 0
Joseph Wrigley, jun. 1 0
Miss Gariick 1 0
Charles Foster, Seed-hill school 1 0
Samuel Firth 1 0
W. H. A. Roebuck 1 0
A Friend 1 0
Charles Ramsden 1 0
Charles Atkinson, sen. 1 0
John Senior Senior 1 0
W. B. Taylor 1 0
William Armitage 1 0
James Christie 1 0
A Lady 1 0
Mr Jackson 1 0
Charles Hunsworth 1 0
James Thompson 1 0
C. Foster, architect 1 0
A Friend from a distance 1 0
T. Stansfield 1 0
T. J. Brook (Fenton & Co) 1 0
Mr Lancaster’s Servant 1 0
James Hall, Westgate 1 0
William Smith, Co-operative Stores 1 0
Wm. Schofield, St. Paul’s school 1 0
Huddersfield Chronicle, Reporter of 1 0
T. K. Potter 0 10
Henry Hanson 0 10
William Sizer 0 10
John Dougherty 0 10
Thomas Haigh 0 10
Misses Fryer 0 10
A Friend, Wakefield 0 10
Shears and Gowland 0 10
F. R. Eyre 0 10
George Tetley 0 10
William Clough 0 10
Harry Payne 0 10
William Radford 0 10
George Wood, Mirfield 0 10
Ann Sharpe, Mirfield 0 10
Richard Terry, Mirfield 0 10
James Taylor 0 10
John Thurgoland 0 10
Joe Wood 0 10
R. Haigh 0 10
M. Dougherty 0 10
Norman Wrigley 0 10
Ceilia Wrigley 0 10
Misses Johnson 0 10
John Bowker 0 10
John Kaye 0 10
Robert Bird 0 10
Matthew Messenger 0 10
William Bramall 0 10
William Bottom 0 10
Joseph & Samuel Wilson 0 10
John Mosley 0 10
J. Hellawell 0 10
John Hellawell 0 10
William Jackson, junior, Mirfield 0 10
Joseph Driver 0 10
John Mossley, in addition first subscription of 10s 0 10
George Owen and Co. 0 10
Abel Slee 0 10
Abner Berry 0 10
Hannah Waite 0 10
Jonathan Swann 0 10
A lady, per Mr. Sutcliffe 0 10
Thomas Parker 0 6
John Dalbin, London 0 5
Blaids, tailor 0 5
John Brearley 0 5
Thomas Andrews 0 5
A Friend 0 5
Joseph Hepworth 0 5
Benjamin Dewhirst 0 5
Jonathan Moore 0 5
A Friend 0 5
George Gauld 0 5
A. Roscoe 0 5
Joseph Ibeson 0 5
H. Marsh 0 5
John Stead 0 5
Widow Jowett 0 5
— Dickinson 0 5
Eli Stott 0 5
Thomas Balderson 0 5
Thomas Smith 0 5
Jonathan Stansfield 0 5
Henry Brook 0 5
A Friend 0 5
Two Children 0 5
John Shepherd 0 3
A Friend 0 2
Two Female Friends, Mirfield 0 2
Mrs. Gibson 0 1
A Friend, an Exciseman, Mirfield 0 1
Homeless Person 0 1
Small Sums 13 10
Total £8388 2

Subscriptions Received by the following Bankers:—

Smith, Payne, and Smith, London.
Huddersfield Banking Company, Huddersfield.
Mr. James Charlesworth, manager of Branch Bank the Huddersfield Banking Company, Holmfirth.
Loyd, Entwisle, and Co, Manchester.
Bank of Liverpool, Liverpool.
Leeds Banking Company, Leeds.
Bradford Banking Company, Bradford.
Halifax Joint Stock Bank, Halifax.
Dobcross and Saddleworth Bank.
Staleybridge Bank.
Leatham and Co., Wakefield.
Sheffield and Rotherham Bank, Sheffield.
Birmingham Banking Company, Birmingham.

By Order of the joint Committees

JOHN BROOKE, Chairman of the United Committees of Huddersfield and Holmfirth.
WM. LEIGH BROOK, J.P., Chairman
SIDNEY MOREHOUSE, Vice-Chairman of the Holmfirth Committee.
THOMAS MALLINSON, Chief Constable, Chairman,
WM. WILLANS, Vice Chairman, of the Huddersfield Committee.
MARTIN KIDD, Secretary to the Holmfirth Committee.
J. C. LAYCOCK and JNO. FREEMAN, Secretaries of the Huddersfield Committee.
JAMES CHARLESWORTH, of Holmfirth, Treasurer.

United Committee Room, Huddersfield,

February 11th, 1862.