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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    crime escaped detection, although a reward of 3001. was offered. At the last May session of the Central Criminal Court Henry Stocker was convicted of stealing six Irish bank notes for 1001. each, from Mr Jail's, a railway contractor, in Subscribers-only content

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    and Co., of Man- ehester and of Lothbury, London. He was the eldest son of Mr W. Loyd, of Court Henry. county Carmarthen, and early in life became the pastor of a small dissenting chapel at Manchester; but having married Subscribers-only content

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    several gunboats, I wich have been constructed in Cermnan ports for the ad, Chinese Government. a At Westminster Po'ice Court Henry Alexander has been sentenced to three nionths' hard labour for stealing twenrty ar- loaves of bread, which ha took Subscribers-only content

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    on Saturday, Vt from visiting Lord and Lady Brooke at Easton Lodge, e Dunimow. At the W\est Ham Police Court Henry Gunner, described tlb h as a gentleman, has been fined £2. and costs for disorderly Tr conduct at a Subscribers-only content

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    action fsi'assault. Tne warrant issued for Mr. Cress- well's apprehensioN, oiempswered theo holder to " bring up before tisis Court Henry Cre-swell, wlso, it is alleged, committed an assault upon Jaeses Morgan and John Rnmphreys, two of the under-bailiff's of Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Report, 1849

    Esq Greddell, Mrs Green & Sedgwick , Messrs Green , J. C. Esq Green , Rev. G. AV . Court Henry , Car¬ marthen Green , Mrs. Green , Richard, Esq. and family, of Stowe , near Lichfield , for Subscribers-only content

    Report, 1849

    AVorks Kettlestone , from the Parish of, per Messrs. Gurney & Co. Fakenham ... Kevill, Miss Key , Miss, Court Henry , Carmarthen ... Kidderminster , new Meetmg-house Kidderminster , Free Grammar School Kilburn , Benjamin, Esq. Ki .burn, Mrs. Subscribers-only content

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