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ADDITIONAL TESTIMONIAL of the valuable Medicinal Properties of FRAMPTON'S PILL OF HEALTH, forwarded to Mr. Thomas Prout, 229, Strand, from

ADDITIONAL TESTIMONIAL of the valuable Medicinal Properties of FRAMPTON'S PILL OF HEALTH, forwarded to Mr. Thomas Prout, 229, Strand, from

W. Smith, Esq. *' 13, St. Mark's Terrace, West Brompton, London, 10th May, 1852. Ten years ago I was induced to give you my opinion, founded on experience of the merits of Frampton's Pill of Health lam pleased at having published that plain statement, wbich I hope others have be
February 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
BIRTHS. On Thursday, the 24th inst, at Ackworth Rectory, the wife of the Rev. J. Kenworthy, of a son. On

BIRTHS. On Thursday, the 24th inst, at Ackworth Rectory, the wife of the Rev. J. Kenworthy, of a son. On

Sunday, the 20th inst., at West Hartlepool, the wife of Mr. Pearce Bradley, of a daughter. On Saturday, the 19th inst., at Beverley, Mrs. Frederick Champney, of a sou. On Friday, the 18th inst., in Upper Seymour-street, London, Lady Caroline Lister Kaye, of a aon. Same day, at S
February 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Accident on the York and Scarbro Railway.—On Wednesday moruing last, a stoker, named Robert Clarke, in the service of the

Accident on the York and Scarbro Railway.—On Wednesday moruing last, a stoker, named Robert Clarke, in the service of the

York and North Midland Railway Company, sustained severe injury on the left foot, by being caught between the buffers of an engine and tender, near to Castle Howard Station. Clarke was conveyed to the York County Hospital, where he is going on favourably, the nature of the injur
February 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Mr. and Mrs. Disraeli have arrived on a visit to the Viseonnt and Viscountess Galway, at HaU, Notts, ' from

Mr. and Mrs. Disraeli have arrived on a visit to the Viseonnt and Viscountess Galway, at HaU, Notts, ' from

Mr. R. P. Milnes* seat, Fry tone Hall, near Pontefract. At the end thp week the Right Hon. ex- Chancellor of the Exchequer proceeds to the Marquis of Exeter's, Burghley House. The Brig Daring.—Melancholy news has been received by the owners regarding the brig Daring, of Dumfries
February 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Sporting Intelligence.

Sporting Intelligence.

OUNDLE STEEPLE CHASES. FRIDAY, Januabt 28. Handicap Sweepstakes sots, each, la ft., and only 2 if declared, <tc, with 100 added. The second to save his stake", and the winner pay 20 sots, towards expenses. About three miles. (15 subs., of whom declared.) Mr Golbv's Ploughbov. ag
February 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
RANSOME'S NEW PLOUGH, FOR which they obtained the Prize at the Royal Agricultural Society's Meeting, at Lewes, as the best

RANSOME'S NEW PLOUGH, FOR which they obtained the Prize at the Royal Agricultural Society's Meeting, at Lewes, as the best

Plough for General Purposes. A Prize of Three Guineas and a Silver Medal was offered by the Cleveland Society for the best Plough for General Purposes, and, on the 17th December last, the Prizes were awarded to JOHN PALMER, of Stockton, (Messrs. ' Ransome's Agent,) the Exhibitor
February 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
SCARBOROUGH WATER COMPANYTHE HALF-YEARLY ORD IN MEETING of the SHAREHOLDERS of*' SCARBOROUGH WATER COMPANY, will be held •» the Company's

SCARBOROUGH WATER COMPANYTHE HALF-YEARLY ORD IN MEETING of the SHAREHOLDERS of*' SCARBOROUGH WATER COMPANY, will be held •» the Company's

Office, in Scarborough, in the Riding of the County of York, on MONDAY, the of February next, at ELEVEN o'Clock in the Forenoon- By Order, JOHN WOODALL, Chairman. V. FOWLER, Secretary. Scarborough, 31st Jan., 1853. THE CLIFF, SCARBOROUGH. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Talbot Hot
February 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
LAND, STONE QUARRY, & HOUSE. TO BE LET, and Entered npon at Old Lady-Day next, SIX ACRES and ONE ROOD

LAND, STONE QUARRY, & HOUSE. TO BE LET, and Entered npon at Old Lady-Day next, SIX ACRES and ONE ROOD

of Rich Old SWARD LAND, and STONE QUARRY, with Cottage, Garden, and Outbuildings, situate at Cropton, in the Parish of Middleton, near Pickering, in the North Riding of the County of York. The Stone is of a bed particularly adapted for Building and for Roads, and has been extens
February 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Howden National Sunday Schools.— On erta - children connected with these schools ' *c. at tea, with a plentiful provision

Howden National Sunday Schools.— On erta - children connected with these schools ' *c. at tea, with a plentiful provision

of cakes, anth y afterwar sang several hymns and the ' and on bein dismissed gave three cheers a , and teachers. At six o'clock they re- h e C to Mecbanics ' Institute, to wituess the M Tiews ' Bhown by the ma , to f' B Jers, T. Smith, and Wilkinson were offeLj lhe views and aft
February 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
YORKSHIRE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.

YORKSHIRE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.

The annual meeting of this association was held on Tuesday last, in the Library attached the Museum, in this city. The Rev. Canon Harcourt occupied the chair. The business was commenced by Professor Phillips reading the minutes of the last monthly and anuual meetings, and statin
February 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England