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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the missiles in that flow around his devoted head ere it found shelter sig in the hospitable bar-room of Chance Inn. It may ne: be worthy of remark that no official m an in blue w as be there to Subscribers-only content

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    Respectable Youth, who can Sing and Dance well. Address, stating terms, which must be low, F. G., Frank Shipley's, Chance Inn, Five Post-lane, Dover. AITANTED, for the Kensington Music Hall, 188, 71 Kensington Park-road, Proprietor, Mr PARRiNS, Open under the Subscribers-only content

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    Chance Inn, a distance of live an.l a half miles. they lost the road three times, and found that they were frequently iv tin: midst of fields, and had lo cut their Hay over stiles and hedges. At Chance Inn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr H*nderaon, house-factor OH*, c^' DEATHS. At Cbapleton, on the 10th instant. Mr James Lindsav manufacturer, Kirriemuir. " At Chance Inn. Ceres, on the 21st instant, Mr Willi an Brunton. aged ?i years. At East Bank Ferryhill, on the lath Subscribers-only content

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    Monday : - John liisset, labourer, Montrose, was charged with the theft of several articles of wearing apparel from Chance Inn, Inverkeillor, on 20th Jui.e last, aggravated by previous conviction. He pled not guilty, aud his trial will take place Subscribers-only content

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