Fat Pig Slaughtered at Harlow Hill Observatory, Harrogate
Bradford Observer Thursday 23rd January 1845
Mr. Thomas Hodgson, keeper of the Observatory on Harlow Hill, near Harrogate, a few days ago, slaughtered a fat pig of the Chinese species, seventeen weeks old, which was bred by Mr. Henry Culling- worth, of Fulwith Mill. The diminutive creature when dressed, when weighed only nine pounds, inclusive of the head and feet.
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