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    yari.s or thereabouts, adjoining the C anal, near to the Bout Inn,L facing Bridge Street, in tlle pariah of Chilvers Coton, and about five In ~mninutee? walk froms Clilleers Coton Railway Station. d LOT' 3.-Two COTTAGES- and well-etoecied Gardens adjoining, Subscribers-only content

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    square yards or thereaboets, aljoining thie unal, snear to the BHot Ins, tacing Bridge Street, io thcb parish of Chilvers Coton, and about five minutes' valkn from Chilvers Catonm Peairey Station. LoT 3.-Two COTTAGES aeil svell-stecked Gardens adjoining, containing 2,900 Subscribers-only content

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    qualified as magistrates of the county. me Tbe~followinig gntlemon were swotrn ontle Grand Jury:- Go, Mosirs. IV. P'. Evans, Chilvers Coton, foreman ; S. Darnes. wh Mlon ; T. Drakeford, Jun., Coleshill; F~ 13. Eindall, Solihutll; ma, J. Fawdry, SuttoniColdfield; Subscribers-only content

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    lfearo yariah or thereatouts andioinag the Conal, ne to the Boof Ion, facing Bridge Street, 'in the porals of Chilvers Coton, sod aboit.tvo mn utes' Nalk fronl ohilvere fCoton floiiviy Btntioc. Lor 3.-Tsro COTTAGESi sad svoit-etoclcsd Gardens seijehoira, i cooteslnlog2,100 Subscribers-only content

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    LLOONNO: G; AZA ETTE. 'T ' (iFrom Last Niigwts G1e;fte.J e - ADJUDICATIONS. r a ndc 11 church Street, manningtorn, Bradford, painter a HARnTLry Wialselow, Claremont, lalifax, sar.ltary.tube maker. OrrAnt.ns Busntflb;y, trading as Joseph Bntterworth. Wood. house Street and Subscribers-only content

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    p.m. at Oflicial Receivaes, Coventry; public examination October 21, 3.30, at County-Hall, c Coventry. e GEO. WuOODVINE, Queen Street, Chilvers Coton, Wasrwiclsllre, l hairdressermnd tobaceonist. First meeting October 14, 11 are., at Of icial. leceivcrs, Coventry. s osluerin Tiwnsr FecANCIs Subscribers-only content

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    Birminghani, baker and f provision dcaler.I ie 'iDlArTiIF.w DODD, Brampton, Cumborland, chemist, druggist, i he EtROLw WoODnVSNE Queen Street, Chilvers Coton, Warwick. t 13. ehire, hairdresser and tobaCconist. nd IIEiaty NoIcIAN BIOOTH, Lower Brand3 Farm, Stirchley, near I n, Shiffual, Subscribers-only content

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    A fatal. accident occurred at Stockingford Brick-yard railway siding yesterday morning, the vic~tim being John Knight (24), residing at Chilvers Coton. Knight was engaged s;hunting, in cornpany with Charles Bloxham, nin-rerwen, doubtless owing to the, foggy3 state I o~h ;vat~rbeslipped Subscribers-only content

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    at the Angel Hotel, Chesterfield; public examination, April .S, at 11 a;, at the County Court, Chesterfield. HENRY ROWLeY, Chilvers Coton, Warwickahire. painter, glazier, paperhanger, and stone and marble mason. First meet- ing, March 11, at noon, at the Official Subscribers-only content

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    about four o'clock in the morn- ing, at which hour several of the main streets of N uneaton and Chilvers Coton were flooded to a depth of 18in. or 2ft. A number of loads of clay had been iobtained friom Subscribers-only content

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    residing at the Quadrant, Coventry, out of business and em- .. Yfo iron end coke merchant, d ployment, POwsly, Chilvers Coton, Warwickshire, painter and t, glazier, rc. .g Jo1N E. J. JoSES, Oldbury, Worcestershire, publican eand ~-haulier. d Lovis CLssLEc, Subscribers-only content

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    C. G. Mowbray, M.P. for Preotwich, were present on Satnr- day at the inaugural banquet in connection with the Chilvers Coton Conservative Club.-In responding to the toast of his health, Mr. Dugdale congratulated the Conservatives of the district on the Subscribers-only content

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    Stourbridge tramcar, his right leg being so seriously injured that amputation was necessary. The child died during the night. CHILVERS COTON. LrssuriP Mxrrsc.-A Liberal meeting was held in the Bull Ring, on Saturday eveaing, for the purpose of discussing the Subscribers-only content

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    gentleman forwarded to Mr. Dugdale, on the 27 th uit., a resolution Which was passd at a meeting at Chilvers Coton, to the effect that, baring noticed the frequent absence of Mr. Dugdale from im- portant divisions in the House Subscribers-only content

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    parish of Chilvers Coton at the time the "Scenes of Clerical Life " appeared in Black-wood's Magazine, and was familiar with some of the persons introduced in the stories, who atoncerecognised AmosBarton as an oldcurate of Chilvers Coton, whose real Subscribers-only content

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    run to the show from the metropolis. TaE REssBmSIt.rrATION OF NoxEAToNe DIvIsIoN.-A largely-attended meeting of the members of the Chilvers Coton Conservative Association was held on Tuesday evening,; Mr. W. P. Evans presiding. An interesting address on current politics was Subscribers-only content

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    as having announced Mir. Francis Newdigate as Mr. Dugdale's successor. This is inaccurate; and my remarks made at the Chilvers Coton Conservative Club have been given a prominence and significance which was never intended by me. I had no authority Subscribers-only content

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    Colmore, Esq., of Sheldon House, and Thomas Wilkins, Esq., of Lesminigton. Patrick Townsencd and Jameo DugDall, for stealing, at Chilvers Coton, 150lbs. of lead, the property of C. N. Newioegate, Esq. nine months' hard labosr each-Edwara Leadbeater and John Loadhelater, Subscribers-only content

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    Ss. at Sbh, Lelonging to; George Freeman, was acquitted; William Dawson, tvel ye m3utb'. herd labour, for having at Chilvers Coton, en the 1d1by of May, unlawfully assaulted John Samsuel Young; William Kormer, six' months' herd. labour, for stealing at Subscribers-only content

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    Birmingham, and drove over to Chilvers Coton, being odteu seen on the road, and particularly noticed by the toll keeper at Coventry. They had dinner St aprbiic-house kept by Mr. Wagstaffe, at Chilvers Coton, r.ter which they walked out towards Subscribers-only content

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