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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Half-past Seven o'clock. The meeting will be addressed by Thomas Milner Gibson, Esq. M.P.; Ur Josiah Hunt, farmer. of Almondsbury, Gloucestershire; and the, gentlemen. Offces of rb Cards of admission mar he bad on arplicnti~ri at the (fcso h Subscribers-only content

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    RIOSE3, Belle Vue, Manningham, and h Darley Street, Bradford, hoot and shoce maker. a GILsS DySSON, South Crosland, Almondsbury, Yorkshire, inn. G keeper and fanner. TIroTtAS POOL Hoy, Hyde Park Road, Leeds, painter and h paperhanger. FRAeccis L. WmenBaooxt, Newlay, Subscribers-only content

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    Inn; Satur- day, Dec. B, at Througham. Lord FIzHnAnnonon's Houlus, at a guarier to Eleveo.- This day, Nov. 28, at Almondsbury; Tuesday, Nov. 29, at Whit- ulineter Inn; Thursday, Dec. 1, at Tortworth Green; Saturday, Dec. 8, at Bill Court. Subscribers-only content

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    17, at Weston Park. LOnD FlTY9Ry DIWNQxo HOUNDSo dt a 4a a d t0 8Ukeew.- This day. Feb. 12, at Almondsbury; - Tuesday, Fehb 13, Owlpda Rouse, Thursday. Feb. 16, at Wick Bridgo * Saturday, Feb. 17, at True Bell, Subscribers-only content

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    Saturday, Weston Park, 11. DOvE VALLEY HARI5;lOlxs.-Tuesday, Stanten Cats; }ridal week, Mill Ho se, Rt(cester. i.o3 Harass ~lDSOOE'R, Loan. Monday, Almondsbury; Tuesday, Owi pen House; Thursday, Bsample Farm; Saturday, lCeniexl 10.45. FITZWIILLIA.IS'S. HO. C. \C..-Monday, Lilford Cross Roades Wednesday, Buekworth; Subscribers-only content

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    or.-Tuesday, Dec. 21, Halley Dingli; Thurs- day, 23, Salford Coppice; Friday, 21, liempsay. at 11. Fs're~srnlsecui's. Leantu--Thic day, Dce. 20. Almondsbury; T'esdlay. 22. Norton Court; Thirsiday, 23, Toctworth Uourt; Friday, 24, Peter's Church, at 10.45. HMLsDavcso'55A55, SOuTin.-Tsuesday, Doc, 21, SLW*Vonards: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    presidoncy of thoe Hereford Centre, both opened last week; The Bishop of Gloucester and BIristol hals conferred the livinis of Almondsbury, Gloueeaterlshire, vacant by the death of the Rev. Canon D;urray Browne, on tile Rev. Canon Cooper, for nearly thirty Subscribers-only content

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    surgeon with David Laurence, of the same place, under the style of Laurence and Thomas. W. N. BENNETT, .Pilaing in Almondsbury and Olvestone, Glouceitershire, formerly farmer, but now labourer. G. W. Vnstacoun, High Street, Cheltenham, geengrocer. It. W. B&RnoW, Midland Subscribers-only content

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    Staf- ford, fIrsitarid ve4etable dealer antd salesman. JonsEPrH Biesro-, 4, Alexaindra Street, Wolverhampton, lockr ouansfseturer. WiLLIAM IIESRY l1aSSnF, East Coniptan, Almondsbury, Gloucestershire, earpenter, whaelwrlghst saith, and undertaker. PARtTNEIRSIIIPS DISSOLVED. George Applebey, John Juoke, and John James Applebey, tradling as Applebey Subscribers-only content

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    Kennington and Balham, Surrey, manufacturer of casrriet and levant inks and preparations for dying leather, one improved shoemakers' cement. POWELLTAFRn, Almondsbury, Gloucestershire, grocer and baker. WY. PAPWORTIT, Southcott, Linslade, Buckiglhamn. shire, licensed victualler. JESSIE WvATSON, Bucklerobury, Hitchin, Hertfordshire, baker and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    First meeting, October 3, at the Official Receiver's, Walsali; public exnamina. tion, October 3, at the Court-house, Walsali. POWZLL Tearsr, Almondsbury, Gloucestershire, grocer and baker. I'irst meeting, October 3, at the Official Receivers, Bristol; public examination, October 26, at the Subscribers-only content

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    HENYR COLLINGs, Burton-on-Trert, lately Queen's Head Hotel, Burton, gentleman, lately licensed victualler. HENRY HAYzs. Burton-on-Trent, fraiterer and greengrocer. POwELL F"FE, Almondsbury, Gloucestershire, grocer and bater. A.eanT RoDGoES, East Street, Bedminster, Bristol, unmder- taker. EsXesrAN HYATT, Spring Street, Bedminster, Bistol, baker. Subscribers-only content

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    and Lower Church Street, Pensnett, Staffordshire, miliner, grocer, and beerseller. W\ILLVru HEN7Y CHAPNAN, Hempton Farm, parish of Almondsbury, Gloncestershire, farmer. Assi GRissEs and SAMUEL GniwsEi, Lowser-Cully Hal, Bilton, Gloucestershire, farmers. FIRST MIEETEINGS AND DATES OF PUBLIC EXAMEINATIONS. EHana GBIFFITES, Sidbury, Subscribers-only content

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    February 14, at the Official Receiver's, Wolver- hampton. ADJUDICATIONS. E DWIN A. JOurLY, Church Street, Hereford. tailor. NVILLTAM H. Csrantnc, Almondsbury, Gloucester- shire, farmer. ARTHuR LucAs, Randall Road, Clifton, and Queen Square, Bristol, stevedore. GEORGE E. HAniONsI, Cheltenham, wine and Subscribers-only content

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    Tuesday. IS, Bransford Bridge; Thursday, 13, New Inn, Crop- turns; Saturday, 20, Peopleton. F'rrzHntrsnsoE's, Lora> (at 10OA,.-Thls day, January 15, Almondsbury; Tnueday, 16, Standish Park; Thursday, 18, Pal- nietd; Saturday, 20, Kennenrs. yLaNT A-ND DBssoon (at fib.-This day, January 15, Subscribers-only content

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    Thurs. day, Msarch 1, Ilishatopten Bank ; Saturday, 3, Dtakes Broughton. FrrzE.asceasoNs,. Lourc (at tO.45.-Saturday, February 24, Nibley; Mtondasy, 26, Almondsbury: 'Tuesday, 27, Hardwvihke Court: Thursday, March 1, Rockhampton Green; Saturday, 3, Wink Bridge- MLon.t AoD DEIexrein (at 11).-Saturday, February Subscribers-only content

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    Tuesday, 13, 3Iatern Wells; Thursday, 15, Old Yewel; Satur. day, 17, Severn Stoke. FrrzaxflDIYOE5, Loan (at 10.45!.-This day, March 12, Almondsbury; Tuesday, 13, White Lion, uambridge; Thursday, 15, Nibley; Saturday. 17, yvmrsleld d1. ftiNr AND Dsausaisr (at l1b -Wedzesday. March Subscribers-only content

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    Tuesday, 13, Old Hills; Thursday, 15, Weethley Wood- Saturdy, 17, The X-vthe, Tewkesbury. FrrzunEnnGsEoS, Lor.rD at 20.45).-This day, November 12, Almondsbury; Tuesday, 13, WhitmiDster Inm; Thursday, 15, Tortworth Green; Saturday, 17, The Kennels. HsI re-oanDsronE. EAST (at 11).-Tuesday, November 13, Subscribers-only content

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    Bridge; Thursday, l0, Wneethley Wood ; Saturday. 12, Scven . Stuake. p FiTzaRI.tDINGE', LoPan (ot 10Q45).-This day, December 31, g Almondsbury; TuesdsyJanuary I, Railway Hotel, Wickwar; b Thursday, 3, Eardwicke Court ; Sa^turdayc, , Kennels. tl FoINT ;A:to DYRitsor (at Subscribers-only content

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    now out of business. GEORGE EBL.tcrBUBs, residingat Milton Street, Stock- port Road, lately trading at Piccadilly, Manchester, formerly trading at Almondsbury, near Huddersfield, lately builder and contractor, now out of business. WILLIAM CABBLF, Chestnut Farm, Meare, Somerset- shire, farmer. JOHN Subscribers-only content

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