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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool, broker. Scotch Sequestratioas.-H. D. Willock antd IV. Livingston, gasfitters, Glasgow. Friday, July 1. Hankranptey Astnlulled.- T. S. Pack, Husbands Bosworth, Leicester- shire, grocer. Bal kriopts. -H. Grant, St Mary street, Southampton, licensed victualler. [West, Charlotte row, 3tansion house,-W. Wood, Subscribers-only content

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    in the Post Office at Market Harhorough a placard in reference to a Primrose League and Conservative demonstration at Husbands Bosworth on August 8, it would be taken down at once; he had given orders to that effect, and a Subscribers-only content

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    of Flaxley Abbey, Dlitoheldean, Bart. ERF Donnsoisheophilus William Lane, of Dlye. lands, Leominster, Esq. LInCS]sTERsHseR.-Sir Francis Fortescue Zuiije Of Husbands Bosworth, K.O.M.G. M01M0UTHsilmE.-Thomsa Phitlips Price, of TriWle Court, Abergavenny, Esq. OXFORDSHIRE.-Edward Slater Harrison, of Shelewall Park, Eecf. 81norsHME.-JaMes Jenkin3on Bibby, Subscribers-only content

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    band of the 3rd Battalion Royal Leicestershire Ililitia should be allowed to play at a grand Conservative demonstration at Husbands Bosworth et, the 30th July, 3 but the application had been refused. 3 BEN NISVIS OBSERVATORY. In reply to Nr. Subscribers-only content

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    ke- p5a7, Limited) , 1.Vicioris Street. S.W. Monsieuir Cline. Geomree (Administrateur de L'.EoZWQ Bele). 'Rue RoyaleBrse. IL.I P. Fueieo.Eq.. Husbands Bosworth, Rugby (naging The apial nd onoles~Ln (Lmitd),Threadneedle Street, London.adBrhe. Aveue,- L andonC BendnStotk EsqxChAng 66ade- Dnt'4 London. SECtagTAnTy (pro Subscribers-only content

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    GENTLEMAN HEAVILY FINED FOR A RAILWAY OFFENCE. At the Rugby Petty Sessions, yesterday, Robero ~opgood Percy Hutchinson, gentleman, of Husbands Bosworth, was summoned for travelling on the London b.d North-Western Railway without a ticket, on October 5 and 27. Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    arid Aug. 29, at 11.-Solo. llaneock and Sharp, Tokenheuse- 05 yard.--Officialassignee, Cannan. e- B.\BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. St T. S. Pack, Husbands Bosworth, grocer. S A DIVIDENDS. Aug. S D. Cstter & T. J. Ilunter. Regent-street, Westusinster, tailors. hi - 8 E. Subscribers-only content

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    Nov. 19, at 11.30, Barton-on-Humber, I- A. Watson, Halifax, Nov. 10, at 10, Halifax. pul h J. W. Wood, Husbands Bosworth, Nov. 4, at 12, Market Harborough. rat J. Jackson, Congleton, chalirmaker, Nov. 1, at 11, Congleton. Go IO H. Subscribers-only content

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    a RAILWAY UNPUNOTUALITY.-At the. Market f Harborough County Court on Monday, Mr. Joseph True- I man Mills, living at Husbands Bosworth, Leicestershire, - sued the London and North-Western Railway Company r for £21 for not running their trains al advertised. Subscribers-only content

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    It. Vertoria-strret, S. W. Monsieur Cha--. GOmite CAdminuidirateur de "PEEtolle Beloe"), RnS Royile. Bruassels. B. B. PA Hechinson, Esq., Husbands Bosworth, Rusby 11Euski;gn Director). The Capital and CountiesBank Limatd, TbreadtttdlC~tred.1011ondO, and Brantches. This Credit tysanraia. Blouluor AnAspach. Brussels. Bxsras-Mess.BoufLe. Sazndys. Subscribers-only content

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    SKIETCHLEY, Horncastle. Lincoln, scrivener and dealer in shares.-ELIZA HORNEB, Manchester, cabinet. maker. Friday, July 18th. BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED.-T. S. PACK, Husbands Bosworth, Leicestershire, grocer. BANKRUPTS.-HII GRANT, Soutbampton, licensed victualler.-W. WHEELER, Broadway, near Eveshamn, corn dealer.-S. PARTRIDaE, Darloston, Staffordshire, latch manufaeturer.-J. CROTCH, Subscribers-only content

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    f: THOMAS STALEY VESSEY, formerly of Lodge- n lane, in Derby, in the county of Derby; afterwards of a Husbands Bosworth, in the county of Leicester", then of b Norfolik-street, Sheffield, in the county of York; then of r Litchurch-street, Subscribers-only content

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    Toone, Jno., Hamlet, Leicester, chemist I Taylor John Charles, Leicester, architect Turnsr Luke, Leicester, manufacturer 3 Underwood Mary B., Husbands Bosworth, widow Viccars George, Leicester, woolitapler Vicars Wim. Henry, New Charlton, Kent, gentleman I h, Walter William, Bulwell, Notts, esquire Subscribers-only content

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    exceediiig 15 hands 2 inches, 101., Mr.. John Wiggins, Market Harborough, Leicester; 2nd, 51., Mr. I rJ. B. Bonniet, Husbands Bosworth, Rugby; commended, Mr. ugJohn Wiggins, Market Harboronglh. Fourteen comkpetitorls. I her Class 7.-By A. Cox, REsq.-For the best cob, Subscribers-only content

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    Leicester, chimist Di m o- Traylen Johat Charles, ditto, architect Turner l uke, ditto, manufacturer ter- Underwood Mary Berridge, Husbands Bosworth, Leicester- D Shire, witlow Vickers Win. Henry, New Chariton, Kent, gentleman Viccars Gcorge, Leiceater, woolstapler Wall Williamt (exort. of), Subscribers-only content

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    Harborough, gentleman~rye omCals eebrnh rhtc lekTraylen John Charles, Peterboroligh, architect 4 Turner William, Lelcestor, manufacturer 4 Underwood Mary Berridge, Husbands Bosworth, Leleestershirc, I4 _:widow 4 widow Viceas George, Leieoster, gentleman W~alker, Elizabeth, Kenllworth, widow Ward Joseph (EXorE. of), Welhamn Lodge, Subscribers-only content

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    to the London Gazette, published last B Frdyeeig ie h olo gSeifapitdby st LEICESTERSHIRE.-Joseph Trueman Mills, Esq., of f Husbands Bosworth, t d LcNCOLNs~iRE.-Edward Heneage, Esq., of Hainton n( laHall. hi NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.-William Henry Coape Oates, hi 0 LEs AND.-estley Richards, Subscribers-only content

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    Lancaster Broeklehurst, of Swithnamly Park, Macclesfield. , LIriCESTERSHIRE.-Mr. Charles Shakespeare, of Lang- ley Priory; Sir Francis Fortescue Turville, of Husbands Bosworth, K.C.M.G.; Mr. Richard Worseley-Worswick, of Normanton Turville. WARRWICKSHIRE.-Mr. John Newdegate Francis Astley, of-Ausley Park; Sir George Thomas Francis Shuckburgh, Subscribers-only content

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    the Arclhbishop of Canterburry). 1Iatrows, Sir. . Itliebrt 11. Williamitiaiui Mr. Helry IS liniriclly, llev. It. 'ol'linsoll, culate-n.liharge of Husbands Bosworth re tlr of Bruntingthiorle, 1eicecstoethije. Patron, Mr. H. A. Owston. f 1tev. Jolilr Bf)l.vdeen Trend, M.A., seilior chaplain on Subscribers-only content

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    the daughter of her niece, Mary. Jana Maidwell. Witness' now added that her niece was on a viait' from Husbands Bosworth to tvitness, with whom she had been for about a mnntb. 'Witness was not aware of her condi- Lion Subscribers-only content

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