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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Conberland, woolleei-draper. Attorl ey, M~tr. ikt.(la-ie T. Alardn- 4>lliche~tet 4Iiar:-maker. Attornies, Metsrs. feew and Co C.ovent-arcen. W. Jcthmmnm, VVundk and Abson, Gloncestershilr, plumber. At. prprev,, Ur. Kini, Ser eant's-inn. A. Earl, Cmnrhnsleudrnrggt. Attornev, Mr. flirkett, Cl'oa!-lawe. W.Kinig, L anmmumtoli. NVarwickshire, Subscribers-only content

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    draper. Attorney, Mr. Dan- canOl, llolhorn-cont-t. Gray's-imi. XV. Charn!)erlain, Bristo, corn-factor. Attorney, Mr.,King, See- jeSntss-inn, Fieet-street. H. Bush, Wick anti Abson, Gloncesterplsire, dealer. Attorney, Mr. Kitiwy, Serjetun's- ian, Fleet-street. . ad i. tielticar, lBristol, merchants. Attornies, Messrs. Lam- bcrrs, Taivtor, Subscribers-only content

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    UsefssiArtr-EducatdoO RI - Miscellaneous -periodioals, frC. &c. Withsom Prlimnar Noes nd Oatitic anLitraorepublishing, r.ithn theUnited States in reply to Mr Abson Mr Dickens, ho. The folowing arej USt received:- 1. THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW, No. CXX, price6 containing Articles on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Hawkesley, Arnold, 'ttirrghbamshire merchant-Dec. 19, J. H. Allen, Newton Not- tage, (ilamlorgeslire, timber merchant-Dec. 13, G. Grove, Whick ard Abson, Gleuceeserehire, miller-Dec. 11, G Robertson, S. C~arrow, anti . Alexander, Liverpool, ship chandlers-Dec. 10, *. D, Ward Manchester, merchant-Dec. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. 7vesday, December 14. Ws Office, fl)crimtns 14.-93rd lRegiment of Foot : Major-General E. Palkinlson, C.B., to be Col. vice Lieut.-General W. WYemryss, deceased. JHas'tncrrerqfpo Di#:40fre J FeJonces "Id t. Sharrock, Mtanelester, saw- yers-1i. Williams and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ALV1nED pnrrra, that~ Soundvwell Gloucestershire, fronboundera, tradIng as phipp use,' Bros., at tue Soundwell Ironworks, end also at Wick and Abson n.- Gluetr asfclrr fIo ltsadhamnlermen: ae's' bat, eparateeatesof Samuel Phippa, George Phipp8, and Alfred maan T' WrS, 2 P Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Partridge Inn, irtersage ,j Street, D:erby, licensed victualler. o. THOMAS SMItTH WYaLt., of hingswood, ne~ar Bristol, .lately of W~ick and Abson, Gblou:cesteraloire, carriage- trirmmer, lately farnmer and market-gardener. ss PAtRTNERSHIPIS ])ISSOLVED). r^ WVilliam .lorhnsonl and George .Johnson, trading as W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    useful: it ageat-out 16,; in doorv.-Addres-s, Ef. 5, Dlatly Post. cMl XOUTII Wanlted, used topubliec-heitoc: lire rn-4l. High Street, Y Abson KssoTown. r8lls -wi '5'T11 Wantedl, onewhocran matldwelL-Apply, 65, Henesge .1 PreGeengrocer, 130, High Street, Deritenld. c390e 017Toiri ftcro-ig) Wanted, Subscribers-only content

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    to a Funeral Famnishing Estabhinhment. a r' resectable lMtan, of good addross, resldelit ia tho nolliur. hood o0 aoteitty, or Abson Nnw Tow.s-&d.0ren5, 221, DM5.y Post. o408 ~A'ANTED), COAL AGENTS everyhere, to sel' Breves-For ,v'v terms, encioso prepaid envelop to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Thomas Wilson Goodfellow and Samuel Harpur, High Street, Mesthyr Tydfi, ironnoogers.-Albert retter and Johlm Vithy Little,.Wick and Abson, Gloucestershire, sheet-iron manufac- turers.-Robert Stephen Whitehouse and Thomas Bedford, Lower Parade, Leamington Psiors, silk nmercers.-Eidward Simpson and Josepl Woolley Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE IRON TRADE - Tciiiww'c Wedrler Report. I LONDON, Friday Evening.--Wo have, to rel)ori an nd. vanoe, of 2n. per ton 1ia GM13 iron thins weo.t The nti'ukot-Abson; tn-diy at 6G, G fid. S The followitig ttlo-arim hite, . Subscribers-only content

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    wholesale shoemnnan.- facturer, W. KNILI, taUresece EHill, Bristol, Iota of Stapleton Road, and of Bury House, perish of Wich and Abson, Gloucestershire, brewer, K. SHORT, Alfred Place, Kingadown, Bristol, stationer and draper. J. BABssES, Wincheoomb Street Choltenham, beereeller. T. ILLr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JOHN BLACKFOROD, Bristol, furniture dealer, &e. FRANK; IIOAPm, Bristol, necesetent SAMUEL SUMSIXIIILL a1red SDNEtY S11ORT, Jom., all of Wick and Abson, Gloncester farmnerr and limoburners, partners. !.OIlN JoNXs, Glaneynon Inn, innkeeper, Merthyr Road, Hir- vain, Glamorgan, ales a greeegcocer. | Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it into camp."-St. Jaob's Gazette. A WOMAN KILLED nY A RAIc-Elizabeth ?lizen, wife of a farmer, residing at Wick and Abson, near Bristol, was returning home yesterday across a field, in which her husband kept a rmm, known to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Education Committee.- Among other subjects discussed was the carrying out of the Allotments Act at Chipping Sodbury and Wick and Abson, and as it was stated there was a difficulty about gettingland for allotments which were desired, it was agreed Subscribers-only content

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    insurance agent. WIMLIAX EDWARD BRAGG, Witton, Warwickshire, - farmer. JOHN NWBOLD, Bromnsgrove, Worcestershire, Coal merchant. UlNBS> ARNOLD MA'rEws, Wick and Abson, Gloucesfershire, farmer. HExNay SQuiBs, St. Peter's Road, Handsworth (lately trading as a partner in the firm of Fiddian, Squire, Subscribers-only content

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    61WAHMD "' MZASS of AD) VIE ISEMEES.- 2or 60555u25 e insertlons or the 01sw4 of emalll Advertisements patogied belfiw the toilowing wre the peqsaid thrarps which must be pid in postalnotea. In allcaesamt4e Address-iscounated as extra:- 16 Word,% once Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to apply to the Home Secretary to sanction an increase to the force by one man each at Wick and Abson, Woolaston, and Cinderford, the two former being new stwatons, CowD IN AmusTALA.-Perth, June M7-.Rich aunr- 'ferous quartz reefs have Subscribers-only content

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    tire Manrs (iSf *nrait1;, Cosiyck, loijriejton, ilerisall, Gt~kvd- haill, iDreal fleck, Little Hec~k, iBirle, Whitley and Whitley Of Thorrp. Ga Abson Lionel, appoitited by Win'. Pavne, Esq. for the Mla- T onui of Plerishail, Ai ul dupp, and] Frickid\'. Akbbey Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tti idMav 8, tit I1, at the Greyhound liusp nristol.-Att. Fratikis, Bristul. tlery Bush, of the parish of Wick and Abson, its the county if ilticester, d. c. toistir. April 7, 8, and Mtm 8, at I1, at the Greyhound Subscribers-only content

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