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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will probably lead to some arrests. "rt SUDAY PRIZE.1Z 1ORTING - A diseraeful scene al X-occurred on Sunday afternoon in Arkle s Lane, which A as skirts Stanley Park, Liverpool. At twenty minutes to ti 7e, two o'clock about fifty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    conclusion of Mr. Onley's speech, a resolution pledging that the meeting would use every exertion to return Mesrse. Onley and Arkle was proposed and carrded, A vote of confidence amendment for Mr. Urchwas lost. The proceedings were rather noisy. OXFORD. Subscribers-only content

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    Wititene eret, trt Uleltr Ai-ley, four rntrile T lrri liotriley, six trerrr Kidhrertirintetr, trut le.i thtan one trueo e-rrri thtt Arkle i trtior, of time Seveorn Vralley SuIMLctY, trIli thart INATEl COBE SINUL l.,iolner ini. "NVrOtIUttAtt Mitt..Wiwhi tire e-otrrrreiotrt DwOelitrI, Subscribers-only content

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    NEWCASTLE AUTUMN MEETING. PIROGIRAKA5nS FOR -THIS DAY. Tha TRIAL STAE81bof :S soVs each, with 40addcd; two-year. olda 6st Sib, three 8st, four Oat, five, six, and aged1 9st Sib: in and K allowed iib ; Seiling ailowaneesL New Courst Subscribers-only content

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    Y noIlisnist. Reference from similar oituation.-Address, 293, Daily P0ost. ol20 UlTEAD-HOUSEMAID: Wanted. £16. Also, Sueporior Nurse, H Threej ehildran.-Apply, Noah's Arkle Registry, 163, Broard Street. ORi iI treet t~ Wonted, L;Jicc 'Oessto.P whse Cosecotns 5, kept.- Address, 294, D aily Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 2, November 1595, 01 November 1595-30 November 1595

    Bell, Tho. Otewaye, Margrit Cowherd, and 2 others. Chirton. Gerrard Bailiffe, Margrit Cowherd, and 2 others. Earsdon. John Gofton, Widow Arkle, Widow Cutter, and 5 others. Morton. Geo. Dinon, Widow Hall, and 2 others. Meldon. Alexander Hearon, and another. Presticke. Subscribers-only content

    Index, A, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    refuses peace with Huntly, and is gone home (28th), 714; still refuses, though asked by the King (12th Dec.), 719. Arkle , widow: 79. Armorer , Clement: to be sent up (7th Dec.), 716; now in Scotland, 759; his recal Subscribers-only content

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