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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0,thapleuro-pacumonia had broken out among a herd of 7, valuablecatt on the dairy farm of Mr. Kirby, HoQk *dFarm. Bromley Common, and that ninoteen cows had. 3, already been slaughtered. D, The clerical impostor John Lindsay, who has during the Subscribers-only content

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    TRADESMN'S ADDRSES, JO SEH HARRIS & SON, LACE CURTAIN DREMSERS (ItBVmeD LseT Now READY). BIRnfINGHAMl AND WOLVZPE.HMPTOb- THE LONDON BAG AND PURSE STOR (MOUNTFORTS), 49, uNION PASSAGp. The whole oa the we ellotid STOCK at the above addr now Subscribers-only content

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    King Lsopiod during his sojourn ill Belgium. Ott Saturday a constable fout itt child in a basket otl - Bromley Common, apparently aged about fifteen months, tott ld dressed in a sutwerior maimer. 'Tue basket was care- fully padded withi Subscribers-only content

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    from Dorchester Prison to liroadmuor Criminal Lunatic Asylum. The Archbishop of Canterbury laid the foundation-stone of St. Luke's Ulsurcll, Bromley Common. Xest, on s.atur- day afternoon. The church, when fully completed, will cost about £9,000, It will seat about 700 Subscribers-only content

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    a young fisherman, ef Bromley Common, was again brought before the magistrates at Bromley Petty Sessions. yesterday mornin charzed with shooting Miss Hulda Wood and Miss Esditb Phil- brick in a cornfield-near Blackbrook Farm, Chisleburst, on the 3rd inst. Detoctive-inspector Subscribers-only content

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    herculean task of walking by Li te. 1,250 miles In 1,000 successive hours, a short time since, on nd Bromley Common), comomenced another match for 500 guineas, is- is Hail's cricket ground, at Camberwell, to walk 1,000 miles In L Subscribers-only content

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    dryotalter B Chame. Spivey, Huaddersfield, druggist B ~er Easy Sutcliffe, Halifax, apin-ter B Itacbel. Sutcliffe, Halifax, spinster Elizabeth Thompson, Bromley Common, B spinster Thomas Turney, Halifaox. weolatapler B John Turnoy, Leek Wotton, gentleman Thoa. Titterington, Meytholintroyd, innkeeper B Thea. Titterington., Subscribers-only content

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    gentleman Josh. Sugden, HalIfax, delynallar Ohar. Spivey. Hudderafield. druggiat Hary Sutollife, Halifax, spinster Rachael Sntcliffe, ltawden, spinster Eliczaheth Thompson, Bromley Common, epinster .TnoTurney, LeekWotton, gentleman I Thos. Tittersuoton, Mytholarroyd, innkeeper Thee. Titlerlugton, Midgly, manufacturer I Thee. Thompson, HIlifax, gardener W'ei. Subscribers-only content

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    late of Manchester, Same day, at Acres House, Edenfield, near Bury, aged 84, RIcHARD RueTRsose, esq. Hams day, at Bromley Common, Kent, EBLzAngTr, relict of the Rtev.Was. H, McQunrts, of Liverpool. On the 5th inst., at Horsforth, aged 35, Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    Huddersfield manufacturer Taylor Jobn Wliiem, Haddersisld, manufactmer Taylor Jossph Fenton, Stainland, gentleman Taylor Witltam, Halifax, tinptlata worker Thoma. Margaret, Bromley Common. Pheinater Thompson k liababth, Ho a Hospital, C olses, opnipotok Thomson Alexander, HR lifax, merchant Thomson Joeph, Halifax, manufacturer Subscribers-only content

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    HoRprnLE DisCOVERY AT BROMLEY.-File inquest on the body of a man who was found in the I Plough Wood. Bromley Common, was helsd on Thursday I by Or. E. A. Wood, Deputy Caroner for West Ken The evidence of George Subscribers-only content

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    the Bromley Petty Sessions yesterday, before MIr. S. P. Lowe and other magstrates, Leonard Mankt- low, a fisherman, of Bromley Common, was brought up for the fifth time en a charge of shiooting MIiss Ihilda Wood and Miss Edith Philbrick, Subscribers-only content

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    equally between all his children,except his saiu sou Charles Edward. The will of Mr. Goswell Johnson. late of Bellevue, Bromley Common, who died on Jan. 12 last Ias proved on the 23rd ult. by Thomas Johnnys the brother, Robert Field, Subscribers-only content

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    IOBINSON-CATFORD-September 3, at the Parish Church, Ilfracombe, by the Rev. Richard MAartin. M.A., Oxon.. Frederick William Robinson, of Radlett, Bromley Common, Kent, younger son of the late Frederick John Robinson, and grandson of the late Rev. John Robinson, London, to Subscribers-only content

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    is progressing favourably, but that Miss Philbrick's condition is still very critical.. Leonard Marokilow (24)i fisherman, of Havelock Street, Bromley Common, was charged at Brhomiey Police Court to-day with feloniously and maliciously shooting at Hilda Wood, aged sixteen, and Edith Subscribers-only content

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    sessions, before Mr. P. Low and a bench of magistrates, to- day, Leonard il'anctlow, a fisherman, aged 21, of Bromley Common, was charged on remand with shooting at Hilda Wood and EIdith Philbrick with a single-bar:elled gur, thereby causing them Subscribers-only content

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    40 per annum, tenant's fixtures to be taken at a valuation. 720.-Two cot. tages, with large gardens, situate at Bromley Common, corner of Southborongh-lane, and abutting on the main road from Bromley to Toubridge Wells, let at 10 8s. per Subscribers-only content

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    before two o'clock, when the steam wasput on, and the rate increased to about fifteen miles per hour. At Bromley Common and the Polhill Arms, where Mr. Hills has stations, water was taken it, a stoppage of about two minutes Subscribers-only content

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    ask actors and actresses to coatribhte their mites to so deserving a cause. Dr. Percy Chattercoee, ihe Litne, Oakley-road, Bromley Common, Kent, will be happy to answer ally inquiries which may be made, and sub- scriptions will be received and Subscribers-only content

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    Load of 66 Qrs.- , 15 , 0 O Airewas,* pmn'dipr -ditto, 7' - iS 10 a Fradrey' and Bromley Common, ditto, '-> ' 1 0 Hansacre, and Arinitage, per ditto,' 16. 0 0 Fazeley, Tamworth, and Litcbfieldi ditto; 17 Subscribers-only content

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