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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Notts, trading at Broadway, Nottingham, lace manufacturer. JOSEPH PERRON.S, Basford, Nottingham, formerly butcher, now fish-hawker. HiME. IMA1RTIN, formerly of Cotton Tree, now Lane- shaw Bridge, both Colne, trading at Trawden, Lanca- shire, cotton-waste bleacher. THoN.As RrnYNOLiDs, Bradford House, Lady Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wiitling street, City, warehouseman iz, E. Seddon, Shuttlesworth, and Manchester, cotton spinner i., W. South, now residing at the Cotton Tree, Brick lane, Spital. *d. fields, late of the Falcon Tavern, Bethnal-green, licensed to victualler to C. Bedford, Kingston.upon-HslIl, confetti Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    largest meeting ever assembled on the subject of the Ten Hours Bill wvas atssembled on Ssrday last at tie Cotton Tree Tavern, 220 delegates from various towns in Lancaslsire and Yorkshire behig preseot. The object of the Itenting was to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that the freswill-.~stop theie ears-"-with Ithe cotton itself.-Pai is Mr. Ferrand- preaches a Wool League, TheI Fleece rerses the Cotton Tree l Mr. Ferrand makes theI t ofshep tie symbol of England's regeneration. liaving shorn I ranid in spun the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ps entice, in furtherance of the Incorporation of Man- chester, was to be held that isine evening at the Cotton Tree Tavern, in Ancoate (a favourite political rendezvous of the ocijeid referred to), my partner at once solicited dir. Cobden Subscribers-only content

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