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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hearing of Miss Chrystal's likelihood, at last, tomarrySirJohn Spottiswoode. Higgins thinks it a very pretty match, and he has visited Alverton more than once, and admires the place extremely. For ever and a day !-to think of Miss Chrystal's turn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a ehair--Mr. Lupton, of Stratford, was appointed medical h officer of the workhouse, public vaccinator, and medicalA officer of the Alverton assi Velford'districts, the combined Isalary of which' is abosit £200. per annum. There were a Itwo other applications for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 CLASS 23.-PorrTErss.-(Laego eiZe4)-BrTrn1rns.-Firet lprize . 1 Exhibitor, Mr. Andrew Guy, Eaton Grantimam ; breeder, A. J: B3 Andrews, BEsq, Alverton, Notts. "Nell." Age, IS months. Second prize : Exhibitor and breeder, J. Coutte. Antrobus, Baq., f Eaton Ball, Congleton. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r. SAMUEF, J. AlTerImAf.L., NcwXport, MoniaofutlShirc, formerly of C/ardiff, grocer and provisiool dealer. JoIIX EvANs, Abertillery, Itlossouth, grocer. CrsIm.mraS GUNTrEs, Alverton, (.Iloucester, farsseraandcerpenter. NVeLLIAsll RoBINS, Briotol, ioaae painter. Ti'OsiAlI 1.. DlAVmn.s, Bristol, wholesale tea and cigar dealer. JOHN J. D. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    131RM[NGH AI'I SIA.REJ ~L1ST.-YESTnPRDAY. t I i RmIsinss StM. 100 20 Stio. Stir. l4b 100 510 20 10 100 flu 10 50 12) 20 10 50 5 10 1 1 10 10 10 10 10 I0 10( 10 El Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    end the rioters were repulsed, and made off. Sixty Hungarian women, carrying all kinds of weapons, attacked a plant near Alverton, and drove the workers away, injuring several. THE BRAZILiAN INISURGENTS. Nw EYosmK,April4.-A telegrmmfrom Buenos.Ayres, received by the JIerald, states Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to GEORGE SMITH, REsq., Camberno. Of I he WM. TWEEDY. Req., Truro Vean.. WIl tr, W. M. T WEEDY, Esq., Alverton. con Inn JOHN VIVIAN, Esq., Peacalenic'k. fvoer (With Power to add to their Number, I ex( Cc- And the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq., Trevol. The Rev. CANON ROGERtS, Penrose. GEORGE SMITH, Esq., Camborne WILLIAM TWEEDY, Esq., Truro Vean. W. M. TWEEDY, Esq., Alverton, JORN VIVIAN, Eso., Pencalenick. YICHAEL WILLIAMS, Esq., Trevince. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, ERso. Tregullowv JOHN MICHAEL WILLIAAM8 BstE., Scorrier. With power Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CANON ROGERS, Penrose. A c, GEORGE SMITH, Esq., Camborne. of WILLIAM TWEEDY. Esq., Truro Vean. is `W. M. TWEEDY, Esq., Alverton. JOEIN VIVIAN, Esq., Poncalenick. ya MICHAEL WILLIAMS, REsq., Trevince. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Esq., Tregellow.J - JOHN MICHAEL WILLIA, S, Esq., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    38s. 6d. for Astralian in the same position. For Danube, per Brends (a), 28th August, 34s. is bidding; and the Alverton (E), just wsiled, would come at 34s. 6d. Nicolsi.-Ghirka, September-October, is quoted at 34s. 6d. to 36s. 6d., and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    same charter. 4. William, son of Sir Ingelrami de Bovington. made an agreement with Galfrid de Aresnum and Henri de Alverton, I 1256 [Charter in Scarborough Museum]. 5. ta) William, son of William de £oyington, in 1311,l had power of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eing Jobn granted leaveoto 1'huiip, Bishiop of Durhasm, t to bold sifair each year at Hoveden (now Howden), and 'y, Alverton (nOW Northallertori), so that for more than 650 on years Biowden has been the scene of an annual gatheri~ng Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    leave to Phii~p, Bishop of Durham, VC t to hold a fair e'noh year at Ilovedell tuo0w lHovdici), andLi 11 Alverton (n~ow Northallertosl), co that for more than (iS0 t years Bowden has been the sceno of an annual gatherieg Subscribers-only content

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    Mawgaa Chinch, and that, in, Mey 1l8S, lIe beinsg then butler in the service of the late Mrs. Peel, of Alverton Cot, deserted her, "without seasonable cause." SirXco that event she has brought up a famcily most respectably, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WrclLlulue3ua. B UTTER, Poultry, and Eggs, in large or small quanti. tite. Price. &c.. on applying to 3. Itammill, 8, Alverton, 2?aiizaaes, Ocoawall. WOODEN BUILDING, erected in the Swies atylo? byItiit?mewns..daq affirm, ansi vcr? saitable leo iterelanta,_flewabetro.A ti8818 ?¶OP SALE Subscribers-only content

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    Ancrley, and 77, tNoutliwark,-street. Lonidon, S.E., to A-inie Elizabeth (Lilie) Gibbes, eldest daughter of ranr1cis Richard . ihbbeos. R.CoS.E, ef Alverton llouse, Acerlcy, litd of Neorth alleeron. LisimumA-FOwLr.n-On the 26th inst., at Jesmond Church New. cistlC-o01.Tyne, William John, eldest soli Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Pacido :., Steamship Compony's Poyal Mail steamer Veniezuelan, for Bar t badoes, soiled hence yesterday. k MALTA. Mondau.-The steamers Alverton, from Moulmein,and Antonio, frm Bussein, hcre arrived hers. The steamer Locl yer, for Calcutta, has sailed hence. NEw Yonsc, Subscribers-only content

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    for Stockton; Anna Christins, Olsen, tUdde. walla; Primusu (a), Lothian, Blilbao; S: A. Sadler Is), Fecamp. .londsy.-Fenella, (s), Batten, Castro; Alverton is), Tomkins. Bilbao; I.ady Aine, Gilbert, Bilbao. Sailed, Satusrday.-Victor, -TshIlvoldt, for Handal. Sunday.-Haiabet. Sorlio, - Wyburg; Ella s(a, Harrion,f Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be in a tad nosition. r A telegram from Lloyd's agents at Illuros states that the Ls BritisZ steamer Alverton, from Bilbao for Cette, got d ashore at Touriana during a fog, and will he a total loss, n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and 9. SHIPPING DISASTERS. A telegram has been received, in Cardiff an- nouncing the total loss of the screw steamer Alverton, of l that port, while on a voyage from Bilbao to Cette with a cargo of pig iron. The Subscribers-only content

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