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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1st August, 1388, the dehiorhadasurplus of £s20,750., made up as follows-namely: Estimated value of equity of redemption in the East Denton Estate, near New- castle-on-Tyne, £15,750.; and cash and investments under the will of his late father, £5,000. The debtor Subscribers-only content

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    the failure of Henry William Montague Paulet, com- monlv called Lord Henry Paulet, late of Spring Hill Farrii, Rugby. East Denton, Newcastie, and Stratton Street, Piccadilly. The accounts filed under the proceed- ings show gross liabilities £60,158., of which £3O,976. Subscribers-only content

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    recently carried on a stud farm at Rugby, resided at Stratton Street, Piccadilly, and bas tr interest in the East Denton estate, Newcastie. The debtor mainly attributes his failure to a loss of £20,750. in connection with the promotion of Subscribers-only content

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    creditors under the failure of Lord Henry Paulet, lateof Rugby, and the East Denton estate, Newcastle met to consider an amended scheme of arrangement that had been submitted by the debtor, wbose aconts show liabilitie& of £30,976. 1&s. od., ranking Subscribers-only content

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    of redemption, consisting of the life estate in the East Denton Estate, policies of insurance for £22,000., and shares in the company mentioned above. The interest in the East Denton E~state and the life policies the debtor values at £32,000., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    His stvuggles hadceased, and inafewmomentshe would doubt. lens have sunk' to the bottom, when the Rev. Charles Streeter, of East Denton, who was passing by at the time and had learnt what was happening, went into the pond, and succeeded, Subscribers-only content

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    relief. His stiuggles hadcesased, and inafeowmomentshowould doubt- less have sunk to the bottom, when the Rev. Charles Streeter, of East Denton, who was passitig by at the time and bad learnt what was happeuinv, weit into the pond, and suceseded, Subscribers-only content

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    the schemne of arrangement agreed to br tle cza.,ators of Lord Henry Panlet, late of Spring Il -rar-, PRugby, East Denton. Newcastle-on-Iyne, and st-.::1n-s-re-t, Plccadlly who recently failed wihk gross haa;.,;iesa ±O,158, of which £30,976 is unsecured, and assets :17,X3. Subscribers-only content

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    pass from, in, through, or, late the several parisese, rtownships, and places of Newbuen, Newbiurn Rail, Sugley, West VDeutou, East Denton, Benwell, and Saint hohn, Newcastle-upon- - Tyne, or some of them, all en the county of Nortliuebortaxid,I 5 and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mare of any age fell to a fine Clydesdale bay. by Sovereign, and owned by Mr Chas. Charlton of East Denton; a chestnut gelding, by Baron Scott, and owned by Mr Joseph Theakstoue, getting the second prize. For tbe best Subscribers-only content

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    burn. The part of the district winch it is sug- gested should form the Urban District embraces the townßhipsof East Denton, NewL-urn, Newburn Hall, Sug'ey, Throckiey, Waiboti-10, and He idon-onthe- Wall. - Mr Wilkikuok, on behalf of the Board, 3aid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Jan. 17. P. Rafter, ■ Newcastle-upon-Tyne, beerseUer - Jan. 17. N. Gibson, Newcaatle-upon-Tyne, grocer- Jan. 17. G. Darling, East Denton, Northumberland, bootmaker- Jam 17. R. Hedley, Newcaatle-upen-Tyne, joiner- Jan. 17. J. Clarkson, New- castle-upon-Tyne, boot dealer. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATION. John Subscribers-only content

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    Rockeby, of Portmaa Square, London, had entered a claim for a vote in respect to some freehold land at East Denton. The claim was not objected to by the overseers. - Mr Arthur Peel (chairman) inquired if Henry Monta»u Rokeby Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AGRICULTURE. The Corn Trade.- The Mark Lane Ex press says- "The past week has been a facsimile of its pre- decessor in respect of weather, and serious floods are reported from all the low-lying districts. Some of the wheat Subscribers-only content

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    The prize of £50 has been awarded by the Royal Agricultural Society of England, to Mr. T. Colbeck, of East Denton, for the best report on the farming of Northumberland. When all is done, human life is at the greatest Subscribers-only content

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