The Female Chartists Of Manchester-road, Bradford, Intend Getting Up A Tea Party And Ball, At The House Of Mr

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The Female Chartists Of Manchester-road, Bradford, Intend Getting Up A Tea Party And Ball, At The House Of Mr

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29/01/1842

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The Female Chartists of Manchester-road, Bradford, intend getting up a tea party and ball, at the house of Mr. James Sharpe, the Queen s Arms, on Shrove Tuesday, for the benefit of Messrs. Peddie, Brook, Walker, and Naylor, who are now in prison, having Suffered nearly two years imprisonment on account of the affair at Bradford, in 1840. Messrs Peddie and Brook have each one year longer to serve. A limited number of tickets only are issued, and those who wish to purchase them will do well to make an early application, they may be had at the following places at one shilling each, including both tea and ball: Mr. James Ibbotson, bookseller, Bradford; Mr, Alder-son, tailor, Bank-street, Bradford ; Mrs. Smith, Thompson s Houses, Bradford; Mr. Smyth, Manchester road ; Mr. Elliss, Manchester-road ; Mr. Carodus, Wapping; Mr. Burrows, Great Horton; Mr. J. Horton, Little Horton Green; Mr. Brook, Little Horton.

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Northern Star

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