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  • * British History Online *

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    Committees for Repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts, Minutes, 1827 (nos 143-211)

    secretary reported that he had received petitions from the following places, viz. Cranfield, Bedfordshire; Thame; Lydd near New Romney; Dean Row near Wilmslow, Cheshire; Fowey, Cornwall; Smarden, Kent; Brampton, Cumberland; Enfield; and Chesterfield for the repeal of the Corporation and


    115 Dacre , Baron, see Brand, Thomas Daniell , Mr, of Colchester, 237 Dawson Alexander, 167, 175 William, 135 Dean Row (Cheshire), 164 Declaration: substitute for sacramental test , xxii, 230, 233-4, 236, 238, 240, 244; objections to, 242, 262,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    naureofwhic-h could not Le TiEr LArS 'Mu. H. R. Gaze.-The funeral took place yesterday afternoon. at the Unitarian Chapel, Dean Row, Wilinsiuw, of Mr. H. Ht. Gfreg, president of tile MAanchester Co llege, Oxford, a well-known Manchester and Stockpcrt manufacturer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aeto J EDITHI ELtzABETHt, langliber of Mr. CROE.iLEY, of the Royal T id 05t, laitatifoT. On Wedneeday teast, at Dean Row chaspel, Cheshire, by the Rev. It, at 1) B. Aeptosod. of Dulcmofield, the iCe.30(UN COLTONr, minitetr of ce~n Thur Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Scunon:nD.-July 2nd, agcd230, Mary. wife of Mr. Thomas Schofield. of Styal, and daughter of the late Mr. John Hanknson, Dean Row. Cheshire. S'rrn.-July Ist, at Burnlcy, aged f7, Mr. Joseph Smiith, late of Cole. WHImE.-Juno 30th, at Deane, Bolton-le-Moors, aged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cheshire, and Betty was their sister, living at the saume place. Witness was told the property was in Ba-uley, Dean Row, Sale, and a farm in Denton. Samuel Jackson told witness of an advertisement which appeared in a paper about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    public Xottttft ail SAISTS' (RUSHTON MEMORIAL) A CHURCH. THE HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICE Will be held (D.V.) in tbe above Churab on UK Th casus* KvKNiseiOcTOBKB 23an, 1873. SERMON by the Very Rev. THE DEAN OP MANCHESTER The United Choirs Subscribers-only content

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