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    a motion for an injunction to restrain the defendant from carrying on, upon his own private account, at Wolverhampton and Awsworth, or at either of those places, the business of a manufacturing chemist or tar distiller, or from doing anything Subscribers-only content

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    Christmas.. LEAD is dearer. Demalnd is not particularly active, btut the quantity offered is limited. THE NOTTINGHAMSHIRIE IPRO1 TRADE. The Awsworth Iron Company, near Nottingham, who have extensive collieries in the Erewasle Valley, and who are building furnaces for smelting Subscribers-only content

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    consideration before the erdeis day and notices of motion. * t lb A serious boiler explosion occurred on FridaY, ieh Awsworth Colliery, hlileaton Y'orksliirc. A holler w, ,ing about eleven toiss suddenly blow up, virelkeag of engise-Ihouse and neighhenrinp buildings Subscribers-only content

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    (2): Geo. Dawcs, 2- New fernaces bein.g built .................................... Cumterlamnd: Whiteltaven 1Heinatite Iron anld Sse.ct1si' pany (Limite3), 1. Derbyshir : Awsworth Iron COMtPaPY, 1. Glouccscrshire : Hionry Crawshay culd, C".o., 1. Ll2' colnisirs : Trcnt Iron Compauy, 2. Nortlsvsktc:lttU Sir Subscribers-only content

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    the Queen's Bench Divigier ion of the High Court of Justice WVestmninoter, 6leon5, led yesterday, thlecase of Rose vs. the Awsworth iroe Co,' of pany came before Mr. Justice Manislty aeed Mr. osrist, oer. Wetinn Williams, sitting in ibassrco. This Subscribers-only content

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    -Notting.ham General Hospiaier I Tuesday, suffering from severe injuries to the head - I both legs, received while working at Awsworth P ai-c; He lies in a very dangerous condition. The Duke of Norfolk has consented to preside rA sannual Subscribers-only content

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    iig c' . Salt Wooris . lltoe Works tll- Station and Sidings for SaltPE IWorks .J............ TON. I Oratton for Awsworth Iron Ore' Co's Mines, Welden and Corby Io ly' and Pain's Mlines, iGehg`dingte forDaesMn, Glendan and ifoabton for CHESH Subscribers-only content

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    to the Health Commsittee. hSnocacUa COmwtay Aalrr:ENrTs IN Non's.- On Wednesday morning two fatal colliery accidents occurred in Nottingleamehire. At Awsworth, a coal pit is in course of formation, and a man named Meehack Chain- hers, With others, was employed Subscribers-only content

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    complete for letting the contract for the first section of the Derbyshire and Staffordshire Extension line from Not. tingham to Awsworth. These works will be vigorously pushed forward, and the remaining portions of the line will also be commenced as Subscribers-only content

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    Buralev, weaver Gralmi Hl, Stanwix, near Carlisle, commission agent IHaywood J. and Dacvs E. P., trading as the Awsworth Iran Compiay at Awsworth, Nottingham, and as the Twvywell Lron Ore Company at TWywelI, NortbllamPinshiro Crogsley, Lsmb, and Co., Cssett, enginecrr Subscribers-only content

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    th N'OTT'S AND Dmilonivntim DcSTranCT.-The reduction in 5, the make of vig, ion breochlt about by the stoppage of dthe Awsworth Iron Company has soot prodncsd nauch sefect eb on tile totie of thle local pig- iron trade, and stocks Subscribers-only content

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    a pair of woumen's drawers and a cloth.-Henry Hardy gave simiar evidence. - Police - constable Frederick Haigh, stationed at Awsworth, took possession of the body. There was a brick on the child's face, whnch had been tied over the Subscribers-only content

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    | TElkM;UtRDER OF A WARDER AT I rINC1ESTER. PUJBRUIT OF THE AtIURDE& IMORTAT CLUES (FPRO 0UR 0RoSPiMrT.) M- cmn, Thursday, 7 p.m. Lancashira and. . X surrounding counties are sti 'alarmed by the hue and cry, but the murderer, Subscribers-only content

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    occurred at Cossall Colliery, near lIkeston; whereby two boys. Wni. Gieen, 1 a' clipper," 15 years of age, of New Awsworth, and Wan. Orton, a pony boy, 15 years of age, of the same placb, were killed. During the dinner Subscribers-only content

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    occurred at Cossall Colliery, near Ilkeston, whereby two boys, Wm. Green, " a clil)per," 15 yeanrs of age, of Now Awsworth, and Wmn. Orton, u pony boy, 15 years of age, of the same' place, wore killed. During the dinner Subscribers-only content

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    (.irl~t'~1HAEL (F C5RN RLY RICFNIOND U rl?J4'iUAli t~CUtl'.L uiF MLDICI?E. E ESiN1669-70, 9I>^ECTIOSS and DMlNiNSTR tT[ONS will I c:u:;en sa ra 1.t U) Vrht.1;, ani LLCIUlCljSr; LEUT Ull Er N. D Dr.C(tR~S Anatomv and rltysiologY. r C- 'y .&isrn Subscribers-only content

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    out. SsosceNG AND FATAL COLeiERY ACCIDENTS IN NOTTs.-On Wednesday morning (10th inst.), two fatal colliery accidents occurred in Nottinghamshire. At Awsworth a coal-pit is in course of forma- tion, and at the time in question a man named Neshack Chambers Subscribers-only content

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    THO1M1AS JACKSOP, (Late Assistant to MIr. Volmes,) COACH AND HARNESS MAKER, DERBY, R) ESPECTFULLY announces to the Nobility At and Gentry of the county and town of Derby, that he will commence business on Alonday, November 9, in raAFFCST'irEE'T, Subscribers-only content

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    SMITHFIELD DIARKET. V OTIC E is hercby Given, that from antl after -Lev the first day of December next, a I lARKET will be held at WlEST SIlrnFiELD, on TIIUIISDAY in every I week for the Sale of Oxen, Subscribers-only content

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    North Wingfield, and Tupton, or some of them, in the County of Derby; Toton, Attent PO' borough, Stapleford, Trowell, Cossall, Awsworth, Nuthall, Newthorpe, Greasley, Eastwood, Brinsley, and Selston, or TE some of them, in the County of Nottingham. AND FURTHER Subscribers-only content

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