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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    verpool. and Castle Street, Long Acre, London, presensaddress unknown, provision-nercbants. GEsowE YATES, Water Street, Atherton, Lancashire, coal-dealer. TriomiAs BcarBEcE, Church Brough, Westmorland, farm-labourer. R[CH.ARDV MAreICE FAtiLiEE, Hatton, Laton-under Heywocd. Salop, farmer. JOEN HALL SAVnLL, 1late of Belton Place, Middleton Road, Subscribers-only content

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    P'upils, and all tbat attention and applivation which the le atdtitus ditties of bis professior deanand. . is * Church Brough is reritarkablc for the saltbrity of its Air, auid is plCas3lytV 3isa ted on tte road ftom London tnt Subscribers-only content

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    D3EB£.BY, 7Yednesday January 5. XMARRIED. Mbrnday ltft, at St. Gedige's, Hanover-fquare; Lord Andover, to the Hon'Mits Dutton. St r''9ardlaitMr. Georke Bakewell, to Mils Annl Swift, both ofilisplace. 'At'Sheffeld, a fe W days 'ago, Mr.'Wm. Deoauk, of Croniford, inlthis coufty,to Subscribers-only content

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    5nille itant. For terms and forther particulars, apply perfonaily or by kettel ( Poi paid) to Mrs. Chaewner, at Church Brough. ton MfUTefilid. - It is. hoped and defired that no one will apply but fucill whole chiratter will bear Subscribers-only content

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    second c" lshr oft the ldt e Salltuel Day, Erq. of Bath. ():e (tn instant, M1r. John Stretton, of Church Brough. ht this cuuItv, to Aliss Ilary Mlnter, second dau-h1tr late Mer. Tltniras Mlilner, ofthe lanie place. DEA 1T$S. .Soddeidr, Subscribers-only content

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    2n ,vistri'd lWas. e3y MATLOCK. so PzTir Szssaioos, Aug. 27th. B 7i [Before H. W. WALTHALL Bud El. M1. WAsS, Esqrs.1 cli Aaron Brown was charged by Richard Mosley, with as- Cc ad salighma Cofro h 1t uut f Subscribers-only content

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    oere==_ awd xtI# , ,tages, & Statis. and T Notices of Births are charged 2s. 6d. each. The words " No on cards," or any addition to simple announcements of Mar- ioes riages or Deaths, render them subject to Subscribers-only content

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    DERBYSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. |, - - THE PLOUGH MATCHES AND HEDGE e CUTTING. The annual ploughing matches and hedge-cutting a competition of the Derbyshire Agricultural Society i took place on Wednesday, when there was a good i attendance, on Subscribers-only content

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    THE DERBYSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. lPLOUGHING AND HEDGE CUTTING COMPETI- TIONS. These annual competitions were hold yesterday week, at Aston, near Sudbury, and the weather being as fine as in Come previous years it bad been wet and uncomfortable, -the Subscribers-only content

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    gistilld f?lvs. LITTLEOVER. SINGULAR DEATH OF AN INFANT-On Tuesday even- ing Mr. W. H. Whiston, coroner, held an inquest at Lit- tleover, near Derby, touching the death of the infant child of a labourer named Wood, living in that Subscribers-only content

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    N, , , filift ?'Nlvr) -- --- m t #-. CRICEH. EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS.-A final ceotice has been J issued by the Education Department respectin- the school NN accommodation of this parish. On Saturday morning Mr. ii George Dawes, parish Subscribers-only content

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    ie ty 3tkali t, 2 h. . Id BIRTH. WoOLLEY-On August 26tb, at The Red House, L4ghb- borough, the wife of W. Edward Woolley, of a son. 8't hIMAnnIAGES AINSWOBTH-ToMLINsoN-On August 26, at St. John's Church, Derby, by the Subscribers-only content

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    (T i*id A(qws. ASHOBORNE. PIRO:PEBTY SALE-On Thursday last, at the fireen Man, Mr. Wilkinson, under instructions from Mr. Wm. Parker, 4, Amen Alley, Derby, sold by auction, in one lot, 18 freehold oottagesi. The bidding was spirited, commencing at Subscribers-only content

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    and T. 0. Cal FARiM1rR, Esqrs.1 a f I~bETtspAss,-Tbrn~as Jobnson, Ernest Johnson ml Waltrr.lobitson, and John Ha~seell, all of Church Brough. PO ton. were charged with trespassing iii pursuit of game, ait att Sapperton cover, on May 24 last-Mr-. T. Subscribers-only content

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    &ZKst#ft saw$. U ALFRETON. d LOCAL BoAnD.-The monthly meeting of the mem- 1 bers of this Board was held on, Tuesday, under the rl presidency of Mr. J. Roberts.-Dr. Gaylor, the medical I officer, reported that the quarter ending Subscribers-only content

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    R POLICW0.AQ,-. .DERBY COUN1TY 1COURT. Bn, 9XldafBsfore .tha Hon i.zw ervs, ank A. Mn . -FesP ' S r, - eroy Harvey,; insura:nce agent,,436, .Crewe ef Street, Deby)'Vas- summoned for riding a bicycle sh, on the footpath os. 'the Subscribers-only content

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    pool, Castle-street, Long Acre, London, present address unknown, provision merchants. George Yates, Water-street, Atherton, Lancashire, coal dealer. Thomas Birkbeck, Church Brough, Westmoreland, farm labourer. Richard Maurice Farmer, Hatton, Laton-nnder- Heywood, Salop, farmer. John Hall Saville, late Belton-place, Middleton-road, Chadderton, now Subscribers-only content

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    CONTRACT, ALL the UTENSILS for MANUFAC- TURING TOBACCO and SNUFF, late the property of William Jackson Smith, deceased, of Church Brough, Westmorland; consisting of Four Presses, Two Engines, Two J'air of Rollers, One _. «ye, Two Pair of Mullers, and Subscribers-only content

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    ; and that he lias removed to a very eligible house, to which is annexed an excellent Farm, at CHURCH BROUGH, WESTMORLAND; where he will be enabled to render his pupils still more perfectly comfortable, and otherwise ny re fully Subscribers-only content

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    the improvement of his pupils, and all that attention and application which the arduous duties of his profession demand. Church Brough is remaikable for the salubriiy of its air, and is pleasantly situated on the road from .London to Carlisle, Subscribers-only content

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