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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    do notprctendto affirm that itin any way comes up to the ordinary skates used upon ice. At the Old Clock House, at Chelsea, an experimental Ice Rink has, it is announced, been thoroughrlly tested for several weeks past, and now Subscribers-only content

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    the summons was dismissed. The death was announced on Saturday of Mr. James Atkinson Jowett, the owner of the Clock House estates' in the aest Riding of Yorkshire. Mr. Jowett, whi was in his 69th year, died after a fortnight's Subscribers-only content

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    and child. A fatal fire occurred at Maidstone early on Monday, in one of the hoppers' huts on the Clock House Farm, Maidstone. The hut has been temporarily occupied by some pickers, who went to work at the usual time, Subscribers-only content

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    k1SUrELLiqxoUS WARITS (countd) S'I ~iSA i0T~ER Bndie. .OOakliqurs.- alsoi Lacks. Address s,-w~caTISTSBig atheWork P~oingan Turning, Wanted 'C'5T5AluerjPrOertye~tl be ladof addition-a Rents Ii t Colec. Hghet reeronee - ddr, J. 14, Daily t~f'-iOOMProd o Iubbsh f ay iescidou Removred by Subscribers-only content

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    G owunter, book-keeping, sod Gillbey's. family and ready mony '1) good references necessary. Also, Junior, used to provisions.-John Moore, Clock House, Tenhry.9,c l 6 GROCIERS-Want-Od, Junior, or good Improver, used to tscaes. I G -Watkins. Newvtown Row. ________el0l - (Jr~ Subscribers-only content

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    highest refereces.-Apply. d M Solihull., 6 82t d-I(ROVERY and Provieons.-Wanted,. goad Janior.-State age, kX referewAe and salary (in-door), MOOre Clock House' GUIDE-RO LLERS.-Wanted. exp'erienced Role Ufor iin.miS, G iduigguide and section iron.-Address, C. .46, - Daily -pest, cl776 - T.AIHDRRSEMtS.Wantea.good Subscribers-only content

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    married; highest referciscme-Apply. Lea, B1 Solihull. 31 (3R(KCEY snd Provisins.-Wanted, good Junior.-State age. G reference, and elry (in-door), Moore, Clock House, Tenbury._____ ______5 (NROCERY.-Wrantel. active respectable Youtlh,-Apply, hngj G and Son,. 21, Parad. n04 - G OEIY and Provisions -Wanted, Subscribers-only content

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    od indispen`~r~a~ sable. - Brewster Brothers, Caidniore,. *W balsll.dl I (IOC'BRS.-Wanted, good Junior-Alpply, slting ..age, sle' *~eeecs(n-door John Moore, Clock House, Tenbry.' 0e7il CARORREES and Provisions.-Smart Ju.nior ~or Assistartfor G"X-Branch; good window-dresser: well lip in prnvisibus.-ApPly' stating. age, references, ito Subscribers-only content

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    at soliciting r excellent referescs.-Addresu, 145, Daily Post, c2l9B - (ROCERS.--Wanted. Sitoation asFirst orSeeonid; satLsfator7 ref reernes.-T. S. toninoo, Clock House, Tenbry. 0115? ('UOCRS.-Wanted, SituatiDn, by respectable single hian, as Porter; used to borses.-Address D. s s, Daily Poet. c27 Subscribers-only content

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    well GRup tocuery cotrater sad soliciting: knsowledge of Gilbey's preferred; im-door.-Apply. stating experience-, age. rAlary, refer- elnteS. John Moore. Clock House, Tenbury. cmff 1 UN-TRADE-Wanted, good, useful, practical Mar, for Stock- kX iog and Finising Cone, &c.. for colonial shop: Subscribers-only content

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    office of the trustee, C. 3 E.D ovey, 31, Queen Street, Cardiff. eE JAMES A. LLOYD, Gower Houses, and Clock House, Tenby, and Railway Street, Saundersfoot, Pembroke- shire, tailor, draper, and boot dealer. First and final dividend Ce. 21Ad. in Subscribers-only content

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    WANTON 1lrSCHIenF.iOn Saturday evening, some evil disposed person or persons wrenched off from the doors and gates of the Clock House, near Bradford, the resii dence of the late Miss Jowett, all the brass handles, and took them away. A Subscribers-only content

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    of the late George Star-onl, Esq., and last surviving dough- hiI ru ter of Nathan Jowett, I-h. formerly of Clock House, norer yr 0, Bradford. in ait Same day, aged 27, Gamnaliel. eldest son of lRichad. Sutcliff~e. r PT of Subscribers-only content

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    TUI courhged. hut one indivintuli 31r. J. Walker, litid PTieSevered , te tind bs en itldefaligable its his exertlonss. Clock House auid an NWhrttey estatthle -d Coles thioughttof, but ciicumustassces eec,-li rneted wiili them renderud Iturcisoc irmnosrible, They boot oel Subscribers-only content

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    will be most hapspy to take pupils into his protection dosring the journey to Mlarleebreit. References:-O. Simpson. Req., Tow/n Clock House, Gosport, Hampshire, T. Grenhaum, Eeq,, 14, Edgoeovre-road, I endon, Prospectus end furthoer particulars on iappli- cation to the English Subscribers-only content

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    be most happy to take pupils into his protection - daring the journey to Markabreit. Referenoes:_G. Simpson, Esq., T(wn Clock House, Gosport, Hampshire; T. Grunhaan, Esq., 14, Edgeware-road, London. Prospectus and further particulars on appli. .- cation to the English Subscribers-only content

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    Esq. Stainfortla Juekean John, FEq., Settle. Jackson John. Esq., Anstwiok. Jcffrey John i., H5e., Bradford. Jowett J. A., R4q., Clock House, Bradford. Jacken HUenry, FEq., Haleptonetall, Johnson Captain, Ovenden. Kersbaw M. W., Esq, Halifax. HRlburn ROT.-, 1llrrtoniD.rLonsdaie. Kierehaw Richard, Esq., Subscribers-only content

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    Drewton Manor and. I 'the property of tho Barons nt Faxileet, but the beautiful, I eslate known as the Clock House, ,near Bradfogd, and i other property around that town, -el sale of pahrrt of whichhasgRreatly enriched the family.' The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    West Greenfield, part of Moor dI-ouse West Farm, sold for £330; North Ives Bottom o Farm, rental £19, £1,210; Clock House Farm, for £o70; e a grocer's shop it Staubury was sold for £207 10s. t ,e Messrs. Taylor,. Jeffery, Subscribers-only content

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    £2,600; West Greenfield, part of Moor House West Farm, sold for £330: North Ives Bottom Farom, rental £19, £1,210; Clock House Farm. for £670; v a gTocer's shop at Staubury was sold for ;207 lOs. ai Messrs. Taylor, Jeffery, and Subscribers-only content

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