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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be Second Lieut.; F. L. David, Gentleman, to be Second Lieut. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. J. Jones and J. Clark, Aston Cantlow, Waern-ickshire, papermakers-Elizabeth ated J. J. Dean, 'Ardwick, Lanrcashire, common brewers-U. Pailmer end P. Hall, Taunton noews West, Dorset square, Subscribers-only content

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    Newman, I, Crowunere Road, Shrewvsbury. c634 f f ROCERY and Provisions- Wanited,'Sltuation, as Junior. Good G references.-Apply, A. B., Aston Cantlow, HenleY-In- ( - Arden. a65 G nROCRY and Provisione,-Situatioss Wanted, as Analetant. 7 -O Irat-class references-H, Scambler, lli, Belerave Subscribers-only content

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    Nowman, 5, Crowfincor Roand, Shirewsbury. 0634 . CItROG~El~tu ad Provisions.- Wanted, itulation~n,asJunior. Gcosd f ILX references.- Apply, A, B., Aston Cantlow, Hesloy-in- %, Ard~en. 0645 tc ClRC rY nd Pr-ovislous.-Sltuation Wanted, as Assistant. ylX irtcass references.-HL Seambler, 118, IBelgrave Road. Subscribers-only content

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    maltster; and A. R. Allwood, needle manufacturer. Great Alno: Iiev. H. ! Rich. Arrow: Mr. H. S. Jackson, farmer. Aston Cantlow: ! Mr. S. Clements, farmer. Bidford: Mr. James Hughes, farmer; Mr.EHoward Froer, farmer. Cougliton: Mr. T. Sum- I nor, Subscribers-only content

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    be given. -Aedrhos. J. Jordan, 228. Dudley Port, near Tipton. o142 C1ROCERY and Provislocs.-Want~ed, Situation sJno;go 'rreferences, -W, W., Aston Cantlow. Ronley-in-Arden. clr976 H LARNESS-MAKERS.-Wanted, by a superior General Hand, 1LSituation ao Manager or Working Foreman ; eight, yeara - Subscribers-only content

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    D. S. Gregg, C. Andrews, and J. F. li s Milward-Alfred-Groom, nmaster of the National Schools S t at Aston Cantlow, was charged with having assaulted ti s Clara Batson, eight years of age, on 25th September last. as t Subscribers-only content

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    VERITAS. COQTYrATrON.-A confirmation service took ae yesterday, at Stratford Parish Church. There were abit two hundred candidates, from Stratford, Aston Cantlow, Bearley Eatington, Alveston, Tiddingtou, and Claver- don. The Bishop of Worcester was prevented;'1 ib position from attending, and his Subscribers-only content

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    town, to Einds eldest surviving daughter of Mr. Joseph Lee, of-hioseley, On the 6th nit., at the Parlsh Churoh, Aston Cantlow, (by the Rev. J. F. Fsgge, Mr. William Rtoberts, to Farmy, youngest daughter of Mir. Stephen rins, all of Subscribers-only content

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    imprisonment without hard labour; Thomas Dale end James Hodges, who pleaded guilty to firing a stack of straw, at Aston Cantlow, seven years topenal servitude. GAROTTEI ROBDERY AT BiRaiiseosAM.-Reuben Lee, 22, and Betsey Shelton, 20, were charged with having, on Subscribers-only content

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    George Colns, who ie a carrler between this town and Birmingham, wag charged with baving in the parish of Aston Cantlow, on the 16th of November, assaulted Sarah Ann Scale, of the parlih of Lqxly,, with intent, &o. The prioener Subscribers-only content

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    OF Ovn utsE~rt.-The following Overosars wore appointed by the County Magistrates on Friday last:-Alveston: Ii esasra Jenuaway and Goff. Aston Cantlow: Messrs. Holmes and Elvins. Atherstone-onStour: Mesars. G. Smith and Salmon. Binton . Mestsr. Higgins and Canning. Blilesley: Messrs. Badger Subscribers-only content

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    B. Bnson, MA., Baleall Heath, and the Rev. J. Leveretb, B.A., Curate ditto; the J. P. Fagge, Vicar of Aston Cantlow; the Rev. B. Churchill, B.O.L., Incumbent in cbarge of Wolverton; the Bev. Dr. Ol0lknow, Ineombent ef Holy Trcty Bhurch, Subscribers-only content

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    County Court, Stoke-on-Tront. JooSEP'H ItIRODnS, West Bromwich, tobacco dealor, Juneo 1 at 11, at County Court, Oldbury. sICRIAnD BARTLAMI, Aston Cantlow, wheelwright, June 21 at 11, at County Court, Aloester. WILLIAMHTEATHr, Stafford, licensed victualler, June 30 at 11, at. County Subscribers-only content

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    - Messrs. J. G. Gambler, Strstford-on-AVo5 (iforemann) 'W'. Cowley, Heaselr; C. Griffin, Cheeterton; J. Badger, Aston Cantlow; B. Bonmford, Aston Canstloy; A. Bsdlldok, Aston Cantlow; W. Coopir, Farnbbliough ; J. Rivins, Sihelford; H. 0.. Hancex, Great Alase; J Rawkes, Leamingion; Subscribers-only content

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    October, and the other on the 19th of January next-Alcester parish, £4'35. ; Great Alne, £160. ; Arrow, £0D0.; Aston Cantlow. £275.; Bidford, £105. ; Coughton, £75.; Exhall, MI.; Haselor, £105. ; Ipsley, £130.; Kin. weston, £2o. ; Moreton Baggot, Subscribers-only content

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    my WIFE, ANNE REASIN after this notice. iSigued lc lLIAM REIsSIN, + his Mark Stelleld, In the parish of 'Aston Cantlow, WVarn-iokahiro. 226 GOLD MOURNING BROOCH LOST. on Friday miorning last, aGold MOURNING H.U supposd to have dropped batweerm St-ony Subscribers-only content

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    WARWICK SPRING ASSIZES. CROWN COURT, SATURDAY. Mr. Justice Seating took his seat at ten o'clock. TIlE LEAMIXTGON FORGERY CASE.-Edward Lovell (19), clerk, found guilty, on Friday, with forging a cheque ar £84. 10s., with intent to defraud the Leamington Subscribers-only content

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    Fobruas:, broken, and. :entered the dwelling house of William Turner, and stolen, a, maedal, locket, and chain. Five months-"Wlildsm Dix Msson (41, lborer fe seaing,; at Aston Cantlow, on the 11th of Jeuni. I I i I I I I Subscribers-only content

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    (56), brickmnalcer, wilful murder of hisg son Thomas Koemi, at Princetborpe, hn July last ; Peter AM'Gde, arson, at Aston Cantlow; George Lyron, malslaughter, at Dirsseinglisn, George Hurst and Aries 'T'aylor, busrglary, at Covoentry; Wlilliam Spare, arson, at Kilgslsury ; Subscribers-only content

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    the following amounts, by two in- stalments, on the 27th Apriland 20th Julynext:-Alcoster, £437.; Great AIne, £118,; Arrow, £148,; Aston Cantlow, £261 .; Bidford, £360.; Coughton, £99.; Exhall, £56.; iaselor, £163.; Ipsley, i260.; IKinwarton, £37.; BMorton Bagot,£60.; Oversley,£110.;Salford, 03444 -Sambourn,£124.; Subscribers-only content

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