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    jail for three monthsi for the follossing proceeding:-Covington undertook to sell beer for a retail brewer during the fair at Ashwell he sold it for 5d. per pot, while Pryor, the brewer of Baldock, sells his for 64. He was Subscribers-only content

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    Ai Ashwell, the wife of Tbounas Durham, wheelwright, of a female child; and after a lapse of 21 days she was delivered of a fine boy. Both children and the mother are doing well. A woman at Barlsheaton, named Susan Subscribers-only content

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    also of its superiority over all other simnilar preparations:-Drs James Johnson (Physician to his Ma- jesty), A. T. Holra~yd, 5- Ashwell, Rt. Rtowley, A- Middleton, C. London, D. Davies (Surgeon to their Majesties), J. Pereira, G. Pilcher, F. Salmon, F. Subscribers-only content

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    also of its superiority over all ether similar preparations :-Drs James Johnson (Physician to his Majesty), A. T. Hoiroyd, 5. Ashwell, R. Rowley, A. Middletoni, C. Loudon, D. Davies (ugon to their Majesties), J. Pereira, G. Filcher, F. Salmon, F. Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Jan7,vayy 14. WOFLICE OF ORDN.I.NCE, JSNUART 13. IROy1 rtiYleYy-Gentlem en Cadets to bie second LieuIenaflts -E. M. itoxir, vice the lion. F. Savile, prormoted; C. S. Longden, Vite lfoulrtoeSor, protuoted; MY. A. Wddle(oD, vIce Subscribers-only content

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    aggra- vated circumstaoces. It has received the approv I of Sir Astley Cooper, Sir Benjamin marodie, Si, James Clark, Doctors Ashwell, Riaby, Rams- botham, Blundell, Henry Davies, D. Davies, aid inanyotherdistinguished Physisiaris in London. ,ssonelIanby every pasinar vhlolss sorn it Subscribers-only content

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    J. C. Glyn, Witchampton. . 1ev. S. Eldridge, do. Rev. John Pye, Devonport. Rev. John Bunter, do. Rev. D. Ricbardson, Ashwell. Rev. Thos. Jackson, do. Rev. H. P. Jeula. Greenwich. Rev. Alex. Fletcher, do. Rev. T. James, Woolwich. Rev. James Subscribers-only content

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    Major Daubeney, C.B., 55th Foot, of a daughter. Rtarriagz. BIEDERMANN-WOOD.-September 15, T. E. Biedermann, Esq., to Mary Ann Wood, of Ashwell Villa, Baysevater, relict of the late John Wtood, Esq., of Berners street. ENOX-GRIFFITH-September 19, Captain T. Owen Knox, R.N., Subscribers-only content

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    discretion in another trial for murder at a previous town on the circuit, where the accused also escaped conviction. At Ashwell, in Hertfordshire, a labourer no- torious for cruelty married a woman who had an illegitimate daughter; and this daughter, Subscribers-only content

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    D. Hsebury, Cisorley, Cheshire, cattle dealers -Dec. 12, T. Snith, lfingston-upon-IIIIuIt, rocrDec. it, WX. Johnson, Mount- sorrel, Leicestersbire, ininkeeper-Dec. 11,E Ashwell, Goslserton, Lincolnshire, gtocer-Dec. 17, lV. Keeling, Birmintgham, merehantD ScOWtci Selvanestratioiis.-E. Finlayson, Mraryburgh, near Dingwall, mer- ehant-J. Piper, Edinburgt, tailor. Subscribers-only content

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    anl Phillips, Stamlord.-G. Baxter un-I G. 'Toone, Nottingham, dyers. [Daverill, Nottinghalan-J. Pringle and J. Thuarman, Nottinelham, lace manufactarers. [Bowley and Ashwell, Nottinghair. -W. Turner and T. Mason, Noew Mills, near Ashbohrne, Derby, cotton spinner:. [Knigint, Birminghal.-G. Bates, Commercial street, Newport, Subscribers-only content

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    [Latle, Stratford-upon-Avon-I1. Farrhigloll, Walsall. S:at Ifrdshire, auctionecr nnd lorniture uroker. [WiNltison, jan., %oaltl .-C. SiltC, Alderrwasley, Deroyshire, miller. [Bowley nitd Ashwell, Nittinghttm- i*'. Cait dnit, Ne. Lentoti, Nottiagliaaoubire, lace llanufacturer. [Sullory, N[tititnghlkt' J. ifilkins, Barkweil, Suleitrseloilkre, innkeeper and vietualler [Be Subscribers-only content

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    [James and Knight, Birmingham.J. A. Fitpatrick, Alrewas, Staffordshire, victualler. [Sill, Bir- mnigham.-G. Dean, Nottingham, Naples and Sardinian cord manufactlrer. [Iowleyand Ashwell, Nottingham-l. Dowling, Marriston street Westbnry, Wiltshire, tailor. [Wilton, Hlilson street, Batil--J. Bourne, Cardiff, Glamorgan- shire. [Smith, Chancery lane.-H- Challenger, Subscribers-only content

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    Warwickshire, maltstur. [Newseatm, Warwick.- J P Edwards, Birmingbam, merchant. (Sockliog, Bmrufiighaos.-D Swift, Deep- lng St James, Lincolnshire, butcher. (Bowley and Ashwell, Nottingham.-A Wale, Nottingham, hosier. [Wells, Nottingsam.-G H Walton, Sotnerton, Somer- setshire, linendraper. rTurner and Hirtzel, Exeter.-K Noble, Halifax, joiner. Subscribers-only content

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    and It Dliles, Derby, grocers and tea dealers. [Gamble, Derby.-J Burton, Colsterworth, Lincolnshire, brick and tile manufactorer, wheelwright and smith. [Ashwell, Nottingham.-G Bydder, Saint Mary street, Swansea, Glamorganshire, brewer. (Poole and Co, London, or Henderson. Bristol.-R Limbrick, Goleln Volley mill, Subscribers-only content

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    Birmingha.-'1 Cooper and H S Wal- lis, Perry Bar, Handsworth, Staffordshire, maillers. [Smallwood, Bir- mingham.-S IN Moore, Nottinghanm, lace manutacturer. [Ashwell. Not- tingham.-C McLoughlin, High street, Cheltenham, gun maker [Wheeler, Cheltenham. -J French, Mattock, Somersetshire, butter and corn factor. [Slade, Subscribers-only content

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    THosAs LUCAS died at Woodford, Essex, on the 19th inst., at the age of 106 years, having been born at Ashwell, in Hertfordshire, in the year 1756. Mr Lucas preserved hisbodily strength to a surprising degree, as well as his Subscribers-only content

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    Fenton; and refused one from Thomas Lea, Newport Lane, Burelem. - The solicitors engazed in the cases were Messrs. Dutton, Ashwell, Alcoek, Cartwright, Ashmall, Paine, Ackrill, WelCh, James, Johnson, Julien, and HIenstcok (Macles, Ifeld),.) ' The COVENTRY.- . Thk annual Subscribers-only content

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    premises before licensing a new u tennt.u The license of the Grepes Isn. was renewed.- Messrs. Rilhardson and Fiiher(barristeArs), Payne, Ashwell, D Ayrc, Jackrson, and Heath (solicitors) were die profes. s iornal gentlemen engaged in the Applicntions. An lAD WOLVERtHAMPTONT. Subscribers-only content

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    Wood; Sa.turdaiy, 11, k," rid CoocITEsvnszo (at 9).-This day, Noveniber 6, Hollyweil Hail. u. Tuesday, 7, Laund Abbey; Thursday, 9, Ashwell; Saturday II: Ileaurrnont Chase Lodge. at Csaooirg (at 11).-Tuesday,'November 7, Blrantford Station. Id Thursday, 9, Bow Wood ; Saturday, Subscribers-only content

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