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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUMMER ASSIZES. LEWES, AUGUST 1. HEAVISIDE 7V. LAnDxER.-This was acase of crism 'con. and came on for trial before Mr Baron Gurney, The damages were laid at 10,0001. Mr Thesiger opened the ease' The plaintiff was a member of Subscribers-only content

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    and G. B. Scisoles, Manchester, joiners. [Cobbett and Wheeler, Manchester.-I. Fiueberg, Manchester, jeweller. [Abraham, South- amapton buildings, Chancery lane.-J. Thompson, Allonby, Cumberland. common brewer. [Hlothwaite, Maryport. hirths.-On the 17th inst., the lon. Mrs Silvertop, of a son and heir-On the Subscribers-only content

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    BY TeE WAvEs.-The Carlisle Examiner states that on the 24th ult. a bottle was picked up from the sea-shore at Allonby, by the coastguard stationed there, containing a paper upon which was inscribed the following:- Off the Scillies; blowing a Subscribers-only content

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    Maxwell, Bart. DEATHS.-On the 12th, Mrs Ann Pugh, aged 87-On the 17th, Alrs Galloway, of Randolph street, 88-On the 19th, at Camlen town, Mr Boulting, 81-On the lath, at Allonby, Mrs Bigland, 82-On the 20th, at Claphain, miss Davis, 83. Subscribers-only content

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    adjourssd b cn sre Ceorge Rcylancd, Wast llroivichi, farieini an/ slCls;iiei5 -Meeting for last exaunation an " discharge, at werill Allonby (office of Mr. Smith,) appeared for isankrispt, and ther was no opposition. The balance sheet showed that there secs Subscribers-only content

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    is all tine estate wve lnse.-..C icCnkirnnissioner askeen if it Ntis Ohs wvish of Mar. KnIight. 31r. Ibilgoon, and Ali. Allonby tht ~t lie banterupt alshiul to st Ijousnneol etnic thle. Learning that it seacs, lie comaplieci. soictl 1.1st w Subscribers-only content

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    the Midland Oircult (instructed by Mr. Beabon) appeared to prosecute, and Mr. Allenb7 attended on behalf o the defendant. ?dr. Allonby applied for an adj urnment of the case until a future day on the ground that the dafen. dant Subscribers-only content

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    Ja1kemnn, tire younger, Spring Efill, . jourreynn wire rIrawer. Mr. W lllam Scsrlett, Fermenat Street, wavns apwpointed ofleiil assigoee. :r. Allonby wabs for the assignee; r. 1'erry for tle bank rrrpt. Lfarlllties, £272. 13s. lid.; no I assets. Aprfl 16 Subscribers-only content

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    Garden. Reet root. £02. Also, No. 2, Gothic Rtange, name as above, bat with largo- Consrvatory~t. Rent £33.-Aplly to Alm Allonby, No. 4, letio1W A orange; or toJohnl coppook, 8TE'dmund Street. c`3065 HWll P'g'O h LET ood HOUSE, and roomiy Subscribers-only content

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    the y ouDng Squire who isB to leadl of f the time- ho noured country dance with the Lady Iatry Allonby. The Earl's frowun of annoyance at te inrexcusable delay is refleted era then broau sunny face of the old Subscribers-only content

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    ;screw-steamer Thetford, of Sunderland, and the larco iron :barque Allonby, of Liverpool. Both vessels were proceed- uirg to sea., and when opposite Coble Dens Dock they came - into collision. The Allonby was struck amidships by the Tfhetford. aani considerably Subscribers-only content

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    man named Allonby in perpetrating the forgeries. The case largely consisted of a development of the his. tory of this man Ailonby, who was the managing *lirector of thi company and chairman of thr Board, It appeared that Allonby was Subscribers-only content

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    fishing, unciladamaged through recent gales, aand the loss of two seamaen. Part of a small boat was washed ashore at Allonby, Cumberland, yesterday. It is believed to be a portion of the smack Agnes, of M1aryport, anad that the crew Subscribers-only content

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    Sunday afternoon services in the open air. One person who resisted was arrested. Captain DAVAD LEE, of the Cardiff steamer Allonby, reached Cardiff on Saturday, and reported t the foundering of his vessel in the Bay of Biscay. Of seventeen Subscribers-only content

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    that the g steamer Allonby, belonging to Messrs. It. and H. t Gueret, of Cardiff, bad foundered oY the Saints in the Bay of Biscay, and that eleven of the crew have been s. drowned. The Allonby was an iron Subscribers-only content

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    W'ilson, to Aliss Ann Pritchard, both of thbat town. On tite 12th inst. at the Collegiate church, Manchester, Mr. Charles Allonby Storey, of this town, to Miss Barbara Graham, of Manchiester. Yesterday, in the 80th year of her age, Hannah, Subscribers-only content

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    sell-square, surgeons P. W.and B. Greaves, Manchester, fustian & Saxoin flannel as maiuff ctarers as D. Beeby and M. Lomas, Allonby, herring fish-curers Al. Allen and H. Harris, Bedford ross. attorneys ,r r. Clark and W. Debenham, Wigmore-street, Marylabone, i- Subscribers-only content

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    irolper. Cleekihestons-%ooslro~l; drssggisr. (,a- L leofrd-Ilolmies,lhair-dressek.r. Dwbr-iossTmeac 0 otel. Dacre-Atkinson, toutdealer. Exeter-Vreeinan, Sotth -street. Gaitissbrossgh- llowvden, psrinter. hluslifaxs-tlarstey, printer. Ilenusley.- Allonby. bookseller.. High flarroge.te- Langdall, booeet~cley. Inui(dsrsfbzlld-Brook. prinits;; 1lissldon, pertomer. Kniutre,~bro'-Lusngdale. bor~kseller. Low liarrogato -Richardson, drueggist. M1alt on-Wraioghomn druggist. Morley Subscribers-only content

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    Mounted by a taineo, Stnd besets the following lilsoriptitotI: '1This Stoen is urecied to tile irwinsory of David JolitsttiI of Allonby, in Cuuliberlatsd, laird late actitig forelnall for eight yoear anti six montits to Alfred Kitelting, of thle Railway Eigiilie Subscribers-only content

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    office, viz. :-Shipley, Bingley, Keighley, and North Western Railway, the latter bag, containing letters for the following towns :-Applebvy, Alstone, Allonby, Ambleside, Brampton, Brough, Barton, I Carlisle, Cockermouth, Egrensont, lKendal, Keswick, Kirby d Lonsdale, Kirby Stephen, Longtown, Maryport, Milutlhorp, tl Subscribers-only content

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