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————————— BIRTHS. On Friday, the inst., Hope Hall, the Viscountess Xevill, of a son. On Monday, the 28th nit., at

————————— BIRTHS. On Friday, the inst., Hope Hall, the Viscountess Xevill, of a son. On Monday, the 28th nit., at

the vicarage, Holme-on- Spalding-Moor, the wife of the Rev. Chas. Yate, of son. Same day, at the rectory, Calstock, the wife of the Rev. Cha9. Leigh Pemberton, of a daughter. On Sunday, the ult., at Hazelby, Lady Louisa Howard, of son. MARRIAGES. On Thursday, the 3rd inst, at St
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Bedford in 1803, whom she had eight sons and three daughters, of whom all, except two ol" the former, survive.

Bedford in 1803, whom she had eight sons and three daughters, of whom all, except two ol" the former, survive.

The beautiful residence ot the duchess, at Campden Hill, has been the favourite resort of the elite of the fashionable world during the season for some years past, and the cessation of her grace's hospitalities wiU occasion a blank in the higher circles not easily supplied. Deat
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
PRIZE HORSES!! the MEETING of the ROYAL AGRI- CULTURAL SOCIETY held at Norwich 1849, the Cart Horse that obtained the

PRIZE HORSES!! the MEETING of the ROYAL AGRI- CULTURAL SOCIETY held at Norwich 1849, the Cart Horse that obtained the

First Prize was the pro- 1 perty of John Coclson, Esq., Kenninghall, Norfolk ; and the excellent condition of that animal was n ' table to the frequent use CUPISS'S CONSTITUTION BALLS. Mr. Coulson has been in the constant habit of using the Constitution Balls for many years past
March 12, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
YORK, Saturday, March 12. YOUNG LADY, experienced in Tuition, J\ wishes for RE-ENGAGEMENT as RESIDENT DAILY GOVERNESS in a Gentleman's

YORK, Saturday, March 12. YOUNG LADY, experienced in Tuition, J\ wishes for RE-ENGAGEMENT as RESIDENT DAILY GOVERNESS in a Gentleman's

Family, where the Children are under Twelve Years of Age. She is capable of imparting a solid English Education, and Instruct in Music and French. Address—R. S., Gazette Offi Turk. A CLERGYMAN, Married, of much Experience, with Extensive Premises at the West End, : receives into
March 12, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
HOUSE AND LAND TO BE LET, Four and a Half Miles from Howden. BETWEEN Thirteen and Fourteen Acres of Arable

HOUSE AND LAND TO BE LET, Four and a Half Miles from Howden. BETWEEN Thirteen and Fourteen Acres of Arable

and Old Grass LAND to be LET, on the 6th April. The House is small but comfortable, and has Stable, Cowhouse, aud Pigsty attached. The situation would be suitable to a Tradesman, Cattle Jobber, Independent or partially Independent Person. Being near the Railroads, it might, with
March 12, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD 08, LET, with Possession in April next, THE excellent FAMILY HOUSE, No. 17, Bootham, now in the

TO BE SOLD 08, LET, with Possession in April next, THE excellent FAMILY HOUSE, No. 17, Bootham, now in the

occupation of the Bey. Robert Whytehead. For Particulars apply to Messrs. PULLEYN and SON, Builders, 42,-Stonegate ; or to Messrs. TAYLOR and SON, Cabinet Makers, Coney-Street, York. TWO-STALLED STABLE and COACHHOUSE, in Minster Yard, TO BE LET.—Apply to JOHN BOWER, Esq. Minster
March 12, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPERIAL AVERAGES OF GRAIN.

IMPERIAL AVERAGES OF GRAIN.

Wheat. Barley. Oats. Rye. Beans. Peas, s. d. s. d s d. s. d. s. d. a. d. Feb 12.... 2 31 18 30 11 34 10 31 19 ... 44 6 31 1 17 9 29 3 34 31 2 26.... 2 81 3 18 30 4 31 March.... 5.... 45 9 31 18 3 80 9 S4 8 32 6 12.... 8 31 18 6 30 9 34 4! 82 19.... 31 9 18 10 30 10 2j32 11 Aggre
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Wild Young Men.—The best way curb a wild young man is, decidedly, to bridal him "A Work of Time."— At

Wild Young Men.—The best way curb a wild young man is, decidedly, to bridal him "A Work of Time."— At

private party in London, lady, who, though in the autumn of life had not lost all dreams of its spring, said to Douglas Jerrold, " I cannot imagine what makes my hair turn grey; I sometimes fancy it must be the 'essence of rosemary,' with which my maid is in the habit of brushin
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
YORKSHIRE INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT.

YORKSHIRE INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT.

YORK CASTLE, Monday, March 21. Before Mr. Serjeant Dowling, Judge of the County Court. Unopposed Case9.— Thomas Dawson, of Scholes, near Aberford, cattle jobber and manure dealer; Joseph Fell, Dewsbnry, greengrocer; Joseph Catherall, of Holbeck. near Leeds, brickl Samuel Lee, Th
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
HULL & HOLDERNESS RAILWAY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a Bill is now pending in the Honourable the House of

HULL & HOLDERNESS RAILWAY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a Bill is now pending in the Honourable the House of

Commons, intituled A Bill to incorporate a Company for making a Railway from Kingston-upon-Hull to, or near to, Withernsea, in Holderness, with Branch therefrom, and for other purposes," and that application is intended to be made to Parliament for leave to make an alteration in
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England