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Leeds Mercury December 30 1861
   

KELD, IN SWALEDALE.—The annual tea party in connexion with the Independent Chapel at Keld was, as usual, held on the 25th inst. The day was fine, which brought together a large gathering of neighbours and friends from a distance. In the afternoon 90 children were supplied with tea and buns. In the evening 254 persons sat down to an excellent tea, after which a service was held in the chapel, when a sermon was preached by the resident minister. Mr. T. Ford, of Gunnerside, presided at the organ. Collections were made amounting to £8 7s 8½d.

   
Leeds Mercury December 30 1861
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