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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bond street, revalenta erabica imuporter-July i, J1. Horley, Birmingham, linendraper-July 6, .S. Hull, Wavertree, Lancashire, miller-July 8, G. lietiney, Elmley Lovett, Woercestershire, victualler-July 5, W, Alalliband, Great Claybrook, Leicesterlshire, fellmonger-Jaly 8, T. Welsh, Buislemn, joiner. Friday, June 18. War-nile, Jeure Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    College, Oxford. Whinerey, Robert, B.A., Christ's College, Cambridge. The sermon was preached hy the 1tov. John Sharpe, IXA.A`rector of Elmley Lovett, and the gospel read by the Rev. Francis Harvis Fowler, B.A. The Bishop was was attended by his examining Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Perkins, CooWley, Kidderminster (Webbs' Challenge). Crass 2-()ne bushel of any other variety: lst, £2, I Mr. John Braithwaite, Elmley Lovett, Droitwich (V/ebbs'); 2nd, £1, Mr. W. Parrott, Normandy, Guild- ] ford (Carter's Full Measure). RED WHEAT. CLass 3--One bushel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    follows!- Biblee : William Croft, Amblecote: T. Baylise, Areley Kings Robert Richards, Bellbrougbton, W. Wells, Bell's MMi Thomas Savage, Elmley Lovett: T. Bower, Hagley; John Shilvocrk, Hales Owen; John jartwrlght, the Lye; Lucy Bowen, Penenett; John Lorgton, Wordolay; and Richard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2nd, - Samuel Morris ; Churclll, 1st, Thomas Lane, 2nd, Wm. Bradley; Cradiey, 1st, Immanuel Forrest, 2nd, Samuel Payne; Elmley Lovett, lst, William Insole, 2nd, John Collinse; Hagley, 1st, John -Mousis, 2nd Thomas Jordan; -Hales Owen 1st, Isaac Shilvock, 2nd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bell's Mill, Edward Rewbottom and Benjamin Westwood; Churchill, William Giniver and William Smith; Cradley, Immannel Forrest and Joseph Bate; Elmley Lovett, William Insole and William Hurdman; Hagley, Richard Bradley and Oharles Thomas ; Hales Owen, Willam Jones and George Breeze; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Harrison, Kinver; John Overton, Asmblecote; Zechariah Deeley, Oldswinford; James Ostins, New Wood; William Welsbnry, Bell's Mill; Edward Higley, Elmley Lovett; William Ninth Halesowen; William Bate, Cradley; Will!am Oimver Churchill; William Taylor, Belbroughton; Joseph Poole, Blagley; William Williams, Pensnoett; John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 & mIles from a Railway: with accormao- lotion for horseeand carriage.7-Apply,for partiortilars, to Mr. T. Penn .-iinchley Farm. Elmley Lovett, Droitwech.77 'URNISHED APARTMENTS for married Conule or twvo F Females. Teems, including vegetables, 6s. per week.-A. D., lost Office, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    60 since the last census. OSMBEI;SLEY. The population of the sub-district of Ombersley, which includes Orubersley, Hartlebury, Upper Mitton, Elmley Lovett, Doverdale, Hamtpton Lovett, and Westwool, is 5,C0(3; according to last census the population numbered Trw. Cxssvs.-The returns of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    could not have been aware of thie secret delusions of deceased. THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF A FARMER'S WIFE AT ELMLEY LOVETT. The adjourned Inquest on the body of Mrs. Jane Cartridge; wife of Mr. John Cartridge, farnier, of Eliley Lovett, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Richumond Workhouse, vicr of QU1i ford, Salop; patron, Lord Sudeley. byev. Chas. Frederiec i Harrison, curate of Elmley Lovett, Worcester, vcar 0 =Llnguallo, Radnor611ire; patron, thle Bishop. *-. Edmund Henry Hirichcliffe, rector of lucllestoe, Shtll' fordshire. Rev. John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Droitwvioli J. Blakewell. INaunton'; WV Charles, Martley ;i C. Cotching, Kidderminster ; J. Davies, Duidley ; J. . Farmer, Elmley Lovett ; J. Follows, Nortlsfield 3 . T. Ford, stonrbridge ; G. Greaves, Ornberoley ; W. Hawker, Breden; J. Hiatt, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is being formed: The Rev. F. W. Bici-more (Stone), Dr. Filch and Mr. J. Perrins, jun. (Chaldesley), Mr. Marks (Elmley Lovett), Mir, J. Corbett (Hervington), and Mr. G. Newey llushoch).-On tile motion of the Chairman, seconded by Mr. H. Howard, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a jury- Samuel Rlichards, of Park Alley, Stourport. pedlar, sued Thomas Whitehouse, of Elmley Lovett, farmer, to recover £50. damages for the bite' of a dog. Mr. B.jBagster (Kiddorminster) was for the plaintiff, and Mr. G. W. Bentley (Worcester) for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Boulton, Feokenham ; Jno, Braithwaite, Elmley Lovett; T. H. Camuerer, KCing's Norton; E. Chandler, Northfield: E. Court, Feckenliam.; WV. J. Fitch, Bromsgrove; T. Godfrey, ICing's Norton; J. B. Haeket t, Yardley; J. Lees, Elmley Lovett; J. Mlartle Broosegrove; IV. P. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lovett. It appears that several. chlde wr pain ith Bire mier a barn containing a lare qanityofstrwat Walton Farm, Elmley Lovett, in. whenthe builing andits contents became enveloped sn cc, flaes. Al the cildren escaped 'with, the exception of 1~; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jacl-son, 'John Lslicic, and It. IU. Am phlett : Dorerdale. 1'1-iv. Ch~arlcs Piercy Ylrttrram ;, lhmhbridge, liervry Ii. Williasma: Elmley Lovett, 'John I raith-as-te. llaed'or, 'Henry Ward:. Hampton Lov-et', iso noirn~atiou : Uesrtlobury, h.ainuel Cooper and 4Samauel Shairisd 0cliChlineaswoith : Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ton; straw, £E3. lWs. DROITWICH. JURY-LISTS.-At the County Police Court, yesterday, the jury-lists for the parishes of Dodderhill, Blmbridge, Elmley Lovett, Doverdale, Salwarpe, Stock and Bradley, Hadzor, Hampton Lovett. Himbleton, Hanbury Crutch, Oddingley, and Westwood were signed and allowed. 2NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYXE. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (at 10.30).-Tuesday, November 14, Niordle; Saturday, 18, Longville Station (at i0.451. WoOZncEzsTSHOFRE (at 11).-This d37, November 13, Bacssig Farm, Elmley Lovett; Wednesday, 15, Broadheatb; Friday, 17, Crowle and Pershore Crossroads. WyNars, SiBr W. NV. (at 10.30).- This day, November 13, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    26, Torville; Friday 29, Bourton Cottaude. WoaLcsrST~SUalta (at 151.-This day, December 23, Areley Wood, Stourport; Tuesday, 26, Bassage Farm, Elmley Lovett; Wednesday, 27, Broadbeath; Friday, 29, Bird in Head, Seock Green. WYeuNs's, SIR W. W. (at 10.45.-Tbis day, December 23, Subscribers-only content

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