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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a sin, AladamC Galtie of tdp S perln Ikto ' M ARii AG ES. Os fhe stIt Uit. at Astbury, 3isr. Bruadv, of Northsirh, to diarm, i14. ic elotd taljgltlte *It' i-r. Aiurn, oc ti. Liw, ltter Ctojg ettit,. Subscribers-only content

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    Dbldint, Sir Robert Gore Booth, Bart. to tae Hon. Caroline King, second daughter of Lord Viscount Lorto,. onl Wednesday, at Astbury, Air Sanmpson Green, aged to, wag married to Miss Ruth Gibsor, aged 14. both of Rtidditph. Some months since, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -, of Congleton. On the same morning, the owner of another pig, young and healthy, which had been driven to Astbury and back, endea- voured to cause it to go up the entry where the carcase aforesaid was suspended. but Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, February T. Erratum in the Gazette of tbe 31st ult.-In the list of Sheriffs, far "a . S. Holitord, Weston Bitt, Eaq/' (Gloucester- shire), read 'iR. Slayner," &c. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Berrow and Hawkesworth, Burtsn.uponrTrent, Subscribers-only content

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    G. Thomupson, New Peckhami, hosier's assistant. J. Tibbas,litarafs rd bill, gentlemcan's coachmnan. J. W. Cooper, Helleedon, Norwich, attSorey-at-lase. J. Broad, Astbury, Cheshire, babourer. J. Smrith , EdkBilln War wicks bire, oust of business . A. Danlop, Manchester, agent. B. L1. Subscribers-only content

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    Rov a C POO! I(Plain) Wanted, or good Gegnerml Servedt, not ujdear.20:p- ton Iman cleans kmnives and boots.-'Apply, Mrs.. Thos. Astbury, Oak- _ 35 baen, South 1oad, SmethwIo!k.:'.' 08229Q' [Olt: ~ ~ ~ es~saln;,bl~inesrt' Oi 0OI %exrienutd) Requires iulo . Subscribers-only content

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    NY. Cox, Wiley, coil Ludlow, Lieutennitse -Bird, Smith, Hludglon, Wright, 'I I, . R~ eaton, Demuth, Symon~ds, Graham, Totilce,:Reeding, Martineau, Astbury, Corder, liAdner, Bateianb, anid G. He aton; Surgeons Freer and Runt, and Quartelin'ncster 8' Griffiths. Mdarchinig from the general Subscribers-only content

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    BodenC and Co., 66, Coleman Street. London. 024 - ENT (good connection, Not Stm0frdsgre Dfi n1 t Rebsre C dwrdo, Astbury, Congloton. citO? - A ENT Wanted, for Friendly Society. Liberal terma.-Apply, J. C a"aetn, 13, Temple Street. car00 ton, Subscribers-only content

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    two wickets. RK NOWae STATION a. ARGYL WORKS.-Won, by Itnowle Station-by 33runq. 'woatt Staftion: Fairfid 4,Eggle. ton 0, Russesl 10, Astbury 28, A. Tonks 47, J. Toeka 2, Braa 0, Farmer 0, J. Marston 4, Rowe 3, W. Maraon, 0 Subscribers-only content

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    pugs, Maltese, Italians, Blenbeirns, and King Charles Sc,"1 spmniels, Mir. J. W. Berrie ; fox terriers, Messrs, F. JT. in'd Astbury and T. Hopkinson; mastiffs, Mr. Mal- II." colm B. Wynn; bull terriers, black-and-tans, Pemr-ir sy's ainans, Yorkshire terriers, smooth Subscribers-only content

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    A: special service held in this Church, ol Saturdavyafitira, the Lord Bishop of the Diocese instituted the les, Csa c Astbury, AI.A., as vicar of Smethwnick, in thi pkreref a lIrge congregation. The Bishol delivered an iepssssi'3 and appropriate address Subscribers-only content

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    Y25small famnily-Apply, betwieen 6 and 7 In the afternoon, atj3, .Greenlield aresaen. Lognsston.elI er iTOUliAIWinteed. Good character ljedlsponis~ble-MNrs. a I: Astbury, lBrookileld, Kn~owsv (near r31ilvay statlnl.. e4 flbStI a3nd Parloonrmaid Wiant Situations.A a~ 20. Wa 6esĀ£1S05 esa Five years' wrersnco.-Hdgbaeton Subscribers-only content

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    good Plain Cook; also a Nurse-Housernaid. Must be vrell recommended, ciod not under 20.-Apply ox address. with full particulars. Mrs, Astbury, Beoley Road, Redditch. c9591 - ANTD, t respectable to Pesnon, an : fWoriyug loousekecper in a Tladeemau's Familyin\ Waiver' Subscribers-only content

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    . o2584 VL OOI (god.,Plaiu() and Nurseq-Housemaid Wacted, for Clergy- trtat mene s flk ily.-. 4oply, by letter, MmS', geoerge Astbury, Oleheern, John Smothiviok. ,CV Jobe,. 'U ccn' femly.4Iopy, y b~ ' e-i_, - A COX1, 392 Wetsi Situation, lunderetaude Subscribers-only content

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    medal given by Mr. J. }I. Chamberlain in nemer of Ii go George Dawson, was awarded to Frederick Tho [le Astbury, of Ailcock Street Board School; whihs e n- Mayor's prize. also a silver medal, had been thkenl it. George Subscribers-only content

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    anyor offih of (Alderman Cook) presided, assd there were also preseist eac 0s0 the Revs., A. J. Smith, Al. G4. Astbury, S. 3'. Owen, S. Me~ ,IoLess, S. W. Martin, G4. St. Clair, and G4. Cutting ; Coon- Flo itlh Subscribers-only content

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    thle Lieutenant Bird, 82 ; Qua~rtermaster Grilliths, 80 .Captain bill itDavies, E0; Lieutenant Readina, 78 ; Captain Hart, 72 CAptain Astbury. 69 ; Surgeon. Freer, L) I. Col1onel Jervis: COI n 68; Captain Gibbons, 67 ; Lieutenant Graham, 63. Fiftee Subscribers-only content

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    7, Wheeler 8, Fames 10, Cox 2, Jenkins 0, Docker 3, C. Wheeler 2, Nevens 3, Allarton 4, Bird 3, Astbury (not out) 0; total 42-Dartmoutsh: Brierley 9. Airey 3 Broughton 3, F. Perks 0, Allport 0, Wrighl 14, Jacks6n Subscribers-only content

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    believe, the average will be w about 3s. per day. ' so n5 I am. 'yours, &C,, f ut ~~~~~~~~~JAB3EZ ASTBURY, Miner. lo High Heathl, Pelsall, August,5. el it THE REFORM' DEMONSTRATION. C El ~To Cue EnIaTRo qr UieDAmry Posy.w Subscribers-only content

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    IV. Kelsall, H. Perrins, and1 A. TAylr corporal Jerome. Privates Macdonald, Lowe S. T Hitchman, Corporal Wood, Private Potivel, Cr;*'ap Astbury, Private Eades. The followillng mare rl:hl.! aegregate scores in the seven monthlly cOutpetijr ' ing the fivo best scores Subscribers-only content

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