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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    took place yesterday, before Messrs. 1 Petre and R. Caidicott.-The licenses of Thomas Green, of aCoandon,'and Tom Langham, of Burton Hastings, who had been convicted during the year,,were ordered to stand over till the adjourned day.-Enooh Edmunds, of Bed- worth, Subscribers-only content

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    quiet, and a D marked contrast to the old polling days. NUNEAToN.-Tbe polling in the Nuneaton district. which eomprises Burton Hastings, Caldecote, Chilvers e Coton, Hydes ;Pastures, Nuneatun, Stretton Baskerville, f and eddington, took place at tie Boys' School Vicarago Subscribers-only content

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    Middleton, Min- worth, Nether Whitacre, Wishaw, and BMoxhull. Nsuneaton District.-Polling Place, Nuneston; voters, k 580. Parishes : Arley, Astley, Burton Hastings, Calde- o cott Chilvers Coton, Hydes Pastures, Nuneaton, Stret- I ton Baskerville, Weddington. f Polesc-orth District.-Polliug place,Poleswortb; voters, v Subscribers-only content

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    i the forenoon, for the Paciohee end Townsbipe of- BULKINGTONO DISTRtICT. NUN EATON DISTRICTr bosety Arley Bedworth Aotley Buliiirgtn Burton Hastings Dopeon t0eidocaoto Qeiton Ohiors Coton wolvey]Hlydeel Pstureo Stratten Baskeerrills a' WeddinglonI At the HALF MOON, BRINKLOW. onR MONDAY. the Subscribers-only content

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    of thecounty of Warwick comprising the parishes and townships of An- stey, Beawortb, Btukington, Copson, Shilton, Wolvey, Arley,' Astley, Burton Hastings, Coldecote, Chilers Coton. Hydee Pastures Nuneaton, Stretton Baskerville, and Weddington, Mr. tW. H. Goddard appeared on be- half of Subscribers-only content

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    were nearly all secured for Mr. blmuntz. NusucToN.-AMany of the electors of this district, which comprises the parishes of Burton Hastings, Calde- cote, Chilvers Coton, Hyde's Pastures, Nuneaton, Stretton Baskerville, and Waeddington, were at the poll at an early hour. Subscribers-only content

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    PUBI1C AMIUSEMENTS. "JOAN, fri OR,. LIP E I' THE BLACK COUNTRY." joan ..................... Miss ItosE~ LzoiLrC (Hac original chearactorl. Box O moo, from 11 tIl 3. Doors opeen at 7 (Efxtra cinors 0.311): cOm~iCC"OnO at 7.30. Len.t igt of Subscribers-only content

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    prieoiier.-Thoinas Bennett (28), and Ain Beinett (38), man and wife, were iidicted for having on the 3.8th June, at Burton Hastings, unlawfully set fire to a stack of straw, the property of William Drackley. - Prisoners were acquitted. . T1IIm Subscribers-only content

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    last night to dis- cuss the question of the supply of milk to large towns, Mr. W. Drackley, of Burton Hastings, presided. Mr. Thorpe, a large supplier, quoted figures showing that, ie common with those of Derbyshirc and other parts, Subscribers-only content

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    -- ~. .0 DISTRICT NEWS. - STRATFORD-ON-AVON. Tn~oYCOLnunx.-Sir James Poole, cx-llfayor Of Ste Liverpool, distribulted- the prizes at Trinity College On the Tuesday night. Sipeaking on the subject of edueoationi, andth the progress which had. been made durino the Subscribers-only content

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    L tO CAL GOVERb~ENT ~~ A R S AOT.1 - ode of carrylng out'the A inc arlnVwlckshiro;5`s id 1 by thesCominmsnitt of Quarter Sesaions. - - - 1' SitP8TOZN-ON-STOU!' UrIor.-This union containsg I 21P arishes in Warwickshire, 13 in Subscribers-only content

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    a of the Comtmissioners so regard to she Hiackley Un~ion, ti whiich comrprises tonrseea parishes, of which three-yen, Is Burton Hastings. Srretton Baskerville, and W~olveg-are h in the coontbyof W~arwick. The Commn-issioners propose wE 'that these ranishes shall he transferred Subscribers-only content

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    particulars of th Buligtndviin Id which was a very extensive One, including the parishes of ed Ansty, Binley, Bulkiupton, Burton Hastings, Combo e's Fields, Copson, Shilton, W~illenhalI,WYitliybrooL-,andHops- as. ford, containing an area of 21,914 acres, a population lie of 3,995, Subscribers-only content

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    Weddfington (El Zt-Ae-ssixy Duaxun.1toy[P] l6.-SerrnVy7y.D Ansley I DuasteT.7x [I] 9.-CHIxVERS CobOS lStoekingford chilvers Coton [P.] 1i,-WOLVEy DmSTsscRI tfydes Pastures Burton Hastings St rotton Bttskervile Copson 1511) 13-HAZISsscuIn Dnyrrcb. Witisybrook and Hopafoyd Hlar~tsbifl Wolvey Oldbury At the IL~ypo Cr.Ass, Roost. Gunts' Subscribers-only content

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    twventy yesars' good oharaoter.-Addcsse, 980, Daily Post. 02119 GROOM-COACHIAN Wants Siusiation: age 35; married; four G ymr' caracer;abtaainsr.-ttemy Arden, Burton Hastings, Nun eaton.l-. 02175 rFOUSEREEPER fWcrkisg) or superior G~ensrt-R-es-peet.ahle iuFerson Esecires Re-engagement, immediately ; business house presterrod.-Address, 994, Daily Post. Subscribers-only content

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    ibe-t' C(ay, leuiniworth, qualified as s agistrates ; th coun1ty. TI. S' D51 Fu1rY SVSSIQNAT. ALT'RAT0oN.-The ,i es of Burton Hastings and Strettion Baskervilte ro-ni atilication to be transferred fron the Coventry to * AXtii'retne' petty sessional di'ision.-Tbe Chair- -.t Subscribers-only content

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    Hall, Josiah Jeffoots, and William Merry (Attleboronugh) were summoned for trespassing on land in the occupation of William -Drackley (Burton Hastings) in search of game, and alsn for doing damage to growing crops. Crabstack and A .Hall were fined £M2 Subscribers-only content

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    M. COOIElt. Iinickley. Rev. (lEO. l)IAL'iRY, Vicar of ilinetisey. )N liav. .JOIIFISlIHil, Rtector of fligliam. ,k, Mir. T. GILBIERT, Burton Hastings. nd ED WALDG CURSOR, REq. Aissistant Poor-Law Commissinr V tihs Dublinl. inr cr1 E. B1. lIUlt-T, Erq. Cliften, near Subscribers-only content

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    daughter ot .Mr. Georga Wataon, of Donisthorpe House, Moor-Allerton, Leeds, was married to Mr. John Till, of Burton Hastings, Nuneaton, Warwickahire. The church bad been prettily decrated for the occasion with flowers and plants by Mr., White, head gardener at Subscribers-only content

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    Rending. Field competi sr' tions (Tuesday. September 5th).-Mr. B. Todld, N ow I. Shipoton. Wamsley. Erdington; Mr. W. Haenson, Burton Hastings, Hinckley. sSheep shearing (Wed- nesday, May 24th).-Mr. W. W. Swinnerton, Styvi- ehale, Coventry; Mr. . :Holliek, Styvichale. Cot- tagers.-Mr. Subscribers-only content

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