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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had seen a straved horse. The vant with the inscription ': Chertsev, Slrrey," vwas afterwrdai-s seen retoireing to town throughri Abridge, with, it is. snps posed, the wounded elan Icin~g at fell length. Thle thieves had bored eight holes in Subscribers-only content

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    Oxford street, coach maker-January 11, 1. Fellman, Fore street, Liruehouse, brewer-J-anuary it, T. Taylor, Royston, Hertfordshire, innkeeper-January 1t, C. Trapps, Abridge, Esscx, victualler-January 11, W. Weston, Grace- church street, merchant-January 11, W. Baslam, Eppig, Essex, draper-January 13, G. Owen, Efailuchaf, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    duly elected. (Carin;,e (Gotinty).-Colonel Powell has been re- elected. eFTL 'ORA AO rEoit. - BLTERN OF TIRn OEGToRaN MAsoN - (Abridge I from the 'Clare Journal.') There was no C -Utc. as Caqpt. Francis ilacnatnara, the other candidate, to4ld wvithdvanIV Subscribers-only content

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    Partridge, D. F. Oakey and 11. Hartbury, Edgware road, booksellers; so far as regards H. Ilanbury-E. Morgan and A. Andre'vs, Abridge, Essex, brewers-G. Oldfield and M. 'Vheatcroft, Ash!ord. Darbyshiir, marble marn facturers-IH. Turner and G. Eltoft, GaiTsboroutgh, nercers-f nln and Subscribers-only content

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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Inner Africa Laid Open, in an, Attempt to Trace the Chief Lines of Comnmunication Across that Continent South of the Equator: teith the Routes to the 3uropue and the Cazemnbe, Alloenernoezi and Lake Nyassa ; the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ltlo tetrle biy I 'gai 11em Edition, Crown Sev, in. 6d. cloth. A SMLLER DICTIONABI ir GREEK and ROMAN AdTIQBITIE- Abridge / b",2f Larger lisitionary. By tir WILLIiAst s'ore t sle ot0h. EngravinigiorenWood. lew Editios, cr000 s~o, a London: WALTON Subscribers-only content

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    written with singular cleat ness and a most remarkable command of metaphorical langetguie'. -Saturday Review. IIt. The STUDENT'S BLACKSTONE. An Abridge - meot of the Commentaries of Sir W. Blackstone, adapited tc. the Present Stateof the Law. By i. MALCOLM Subscribers-only content

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    E'.rmuoe Halt,.good, Cear. rpo. be TALET, aH'USt (hitme a-very d.desrv), GROCERY i~hn PREMISoES, St Oalbledhe,; 6 e tihyrd ad good Abridge tn Omniwbusy pandc many tines day.r JunctionR8.; pay.In om~e tf about £ Auly at'0qui, Bot Street.122wnupn h 'VOmlabeso LET: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the demand for these Choim Teas. They are not sold looe, but °lvin Pactkets. Agents: Sanders, 139, Great llampton Row; Abridge, 39, Summer Lane; Eail, Mloseley Road; Collier, Erdingtvn; Atkins, 50, Broad Street Brown, 2, Great Francis Sheete oedges, 7, Subscribers-only content

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    . 4b Ambridge . ..... . 9 A. EFicn b riel . 8esbtitute, h Bruasil 7 J. Pillpsc Gry, s Abridge 4bIsrBnnel . 2 J.notout........H t.7 *. er rim an, b Bru eil. g2 Extras ......... 5 Extras ....... 2 Subscribers-only content

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    ac N eplos'eoent.-Ap.ly, (lover sod Seen, Stesroport. 6 . _ Ti-A'LRS. -W'an-todgood Coat H~ands. -P .................. 1nee70$i ', Stone. 9. Abridge. ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~gecn955a W. r AILORS.-Good Coot, Troersers, al d Waistcoat Hands Wanted, A-Apley. 405, Coventry Road, Smell ieath. Subscribers-only content

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    IdA AIlENT SUCIIT1P. sAt the MEE~TINGof tlitrabove( 'toricly. totibehold at MoarashBrook oil WcnDINSDAY' Nimrx, tOetolbr 25, it Is proltwted to Abridge, the esoal Toast Lis', after the Dinuer,' which ;eil tehko pdare jentttelltlY -at 41 o'clock. aud biseus the Causes Subscribers-only content

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    the above 8Ociety, to be held at Mrsb llBrook on WPUsNeo st tNlI ,T Octobeor 23, it is prpostd tio Abridge the tostl Toast Dltis' after the Doiser, ishih isIIll take pleaetsuntoctslly at 4 o'clock. and DtiBcUIs tho Cosse3 of, Subscribers-only content

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    R. DIURRAY'S FORTHCOMING WORKS:- With Portrait5 Vol. I., 8vo., L IFE of SAMUEL WILBERFORCE, D.D., late. Bishop of Oxford and winchester, with Extract from his Dlar eand GQrrespendenc5. By A, B. ASfBIIVLL, Canon of i, Cblob eeter. CoCtents:- Sanmuel Subscribers-only content

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    yse, Cottelitottand Billw cr41o P ~ to Lo; low reth suit mrhoet or laottfctorec of 11 ___igt oat-S CutmcclBuidigs Beriten Abridge. Willi2D nielvibitglcoryedln oert oth9rcR 1-0 SRllllltileti. hihRr2t.Eeolit bs ar hr I10Is 7es art v rho ) rosep;;sltel opceutir laStretw, Subscribers-only content

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    GorCdo and miessra. S. sad Ji Cacterl.-All that COPY~EOLO BRICK YARD. known as "Sst.lt.irs Gpra;s BRcucucAeDe" sad situate i at Abridge. n-os Walae,1. eiese to na'lwsr sod canal, wvith the two v raiu Ircied .-f.1c Io~ -~ wifle cead),l tea Subscribers-only content

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    Eccleshill, Yorkshire, licensed victualler. WILLxIAs REYNOLDS, Idle, near Bradford, Yorkshire, tinner. CHARtES Fox, Great Ashfield, Suffolk, grocer. JA3MS HENRY FULLEE, Abridge, parish of Hambourne, Essex, butcher. JAMEs MEAcH, Haxelbury Bryan, Dorsetshire, baker. ALYrED Buxco, Silver Street, Lincoln, milliner and draper, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    champions of Essex ly carried out their eightm~les walkng 0' a ind sealed bandirspon on the road Wal- thanw and Abridge , J. Chererton, tbe amateur chaip warker of Ese, who won lst year in the rrtime of a 8min Subscribers-only content

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    Chingford (which a is within handiest reach of Liverpool Street) twice 1 daily for a drive through Waltham, Louighton, d Abridge, Theydon BNis, Chigwell, and other I charming spots in and around the forest. None a but those who have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Sold by Heaton, SimiLh, Leach, and Culling-orth, Leeds; Of whom may be had for the Use of Schools, An Abridge -ret of tile same Work, in Out Volume, 2'lo, 4s. bound. DONCAST ER GRANND MUSICAL FESTIVAL, UWEDNESDAY ANDTHURSDAY, 17igiot Subscribers-only content

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