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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Street, £155; lot 34, Moor Meadow, Ac., 9a. 2r. 26p. Mr. Btreet, £410 ; lot 85, part of Gerard's Common Moor Meadow^ An., 10a. L 7p., Mr. J. R. Hughes! 17, fywer Chambers, Hverpool, for £405. Death nr a Rai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ou Thursday next, on " Dean Swift." St. Cleer.- On Saturday last a miner named Charles Mit- chell, of Common Moor, was committed for trial by the Rev. J. Glencross, for stealing ten gees, from Mr. Thomas Mallett. of Northwood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    minister, pre- sided. The financial report showed a slight balance. Notice was given by Mr. R. J. Harris, of Common Moor, of his intention to offer himself as a candidate for the ministry at the next quarterly meeting. The Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. Tatham, and^.. J. Glencross, justices. - Elizabeth Alsop, y. Grace Dingle. -These parties are married women residing at Common Moor, in St. Cleer. Last Sunday week the defendant went to Alsop's house aad after some words had paased she Subscribers-only content

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    were boond to go into it. Although they had quiaxed Bex Moor and some other Moor in that neighbourhood (Common Moor it is supposed was here alluded to) he coald show tbem that some of tbe votes recorded for Mr. Subscribers-only content

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