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    the Court of Chancery to try the validity of the will of the late Mr Charles Robert Blundell, of Ince Blundell, Lancashire. The Attorney-General, Mr Alexander, Mr Crompton, and Mr Watson, were the counsel for the plaintiff (Blundell), and the Subscribers-only content

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    Arabreological Association (since the accounts we leave given elsewhere) have visited Liverpool and its interesting neighbourhood, Speke, Sefton, and Ince Blundell, and yesterday went to Llangollen to examine the ruins of Castel Dinas Bran and the Abbey of Vale Crucls. Subscribers-only content

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    months after allotment, making 1 per share, beyond which no Ifurther call is contemplated. DInreCroRS. Thomas Wells Blundell, Fsq.. Ince Blundell hall, Liverpool. Lolsd.~le Bradley REsq., F.G.S., Carzon street, Mayfair. Charles llowley Carter, Esq. 'iufnell park. Ilota. M . Fitz-maurice Subscribers-only content

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    be drove through the T Istreets to the place of meeting. The right honj. gentleman, who is staying at Ince Blundell as thel guest of Mr. Charles Weld Bluodell, loft that gentle- mi~ani'sresidenice shortly aftecr two o'clock-,and proceeded' I to Subscribers-only content

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    the WVomen's Liberal Association of W~aterloo, and also a bouquet from the school children attending Ince Blundell school, who sang very sweetly before Ince Blundell Hall. They evidently expectediYIr. Gladstone to say something, and the voteran statesman, bare- headed, spoke Subscribers-only content

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    whatever. The Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, M.P., has accepted an invitation to dine with Mr. Weld Blundell, at Ince Blundell, Lancashire, on Tuesday next. The dinner, it is understood, will be of a private character. Mr.B lhndell is a Subscribers-only content

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    business, lately of Blackpool, and previously of Nelson, late lodging-house 'keeper, formerly grocer and refreshment house keeper. FwANEs I)REcsBE, Ince Blundell. lately residing at Kenmore, Waterloo Park, and trading at Great George Road, Waterloo, plumber and decorator. M.RY P. MILLER, Subscribers-only content

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    garden: none need apply who cannot produce a good character from last master.-Apply to Mr. T. FZ Filsher, steward, Ince Blundell, near Liverpool. B 41137 1IANTED, In the neighbourlhood of Leeds, a MAN to Take COare V of Cattle, asnsit Subscribers-only content

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    womael, was chiarged before the Liverpool couity magistratesyester- disy with having robbed her lateirester, Mr. T. AV. Blundell, of Ince Blundell, of a large quantity of valuable liceen, &c. The prisoceer was the housekeeper, aued had solo charge of the Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. John Lan- caster (Liberal candidate for Wigan), Mr. Richard Smethuret, Mr. Wild Blundell, Mr. D. J. Gerrard, of Ince Blundell, Rev. W. P. Corlett (R'iman Catholic priest), Rev. P. Hains (Church of England clergyman), and the principal Liberals in Subscribers-only content

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    SOUTHWEST LAINCASHI~lE.-Mr. Weld Blundell, of Ince Blundell, who is a large landed proprietor, and a person of considerable influence amongst the Roman Catholic body, has invited Mr. Gladstone to a dinner party at Ince Blundell, on Tuesday. The proceedings will, Subscribers-only content

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    the voyage he had not been very well, and on landing at Liverpool stayed with a relative, Colonel Bluadell, Ince Blundell, near Liverpool. On Friday sight he souired to rest, and not risiug as usual or :elyinfg to knocks at Subscribers-only content

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    ' OHESTER.-The Chester Liberal Three Sundred have nominated Sir Ughtred Xay-Shuttleworth, Dr. Forster (Harmingham), Ald. Frost (Ohester), and Mr. Ince Blundell for selection. A final decisiont will be arrived at on Monday night. RADNOR BonoltoIs.-2Mr. Chas 0. Rogers, Liberal, was Subscribers-only content

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    discussion, the report and balance-sheet were adopted. The two retiring directors were Mr. Thomas Weld- e Blundell, J.P., of Ince Blundell, near Liverpool, and Mr. 1Davi Radclhife, X.P., of Formby Halt, Formnby. To fill Lt their places MI the board Subscribers-only content

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    t Francis Bolling (Bo~ling and Lowel 2, Laurence Pourntniey-hill, P~.O. I Herbert Weld-Bmuadell. Cliveden. Chambers, AMoluit-street, W3., and c, Ince Blundell Lancashlire, William Lloyd, Il~s.~;,19. PFirchly-reai, N.W. John. R. White. 12, Levor-stroet. lilssheater. I *Adam Lind (Ilte fibsoghai representaetive. P. Subscribers-only content

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    the approval of the meeting'. A Soutshport correspondent re~ports that there is m a probability of Mr. Weld-Blundell, of Ince Blundell, in near Crosby, being asked to contest Southport in the event of a 'general election. se _ ~~~~~R REDUCTION Subscribers-only content

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    parcel of the late Lord Stourton's estate." The present Lord Stourton, who is a 'cousin of Mr. Weld-Blundell, of Ince Blundell, in Lancashire; spett some time ija Italy, where'Mr. Weld-Blundell had a noble 'residence. end they went' afterwards to Christ Subscribers-only content

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    Cisester, and open the new Eh--jnng-rooom. 5Ida. Glaidatone, acompcesiLed by Mirs. Gladstone, arrived at Lmic-strcet Statiorn e; rote for Ince Blundell Htcll, Crosby, shortly b-face five ebdoe- last evemn-i. Te was received hv ais host, :1ir. Weld Emaidell, and a Subscribers-only content

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    who intends to nrn his bitch Trifle, by Ewesdale out of Blue Fire, winner of the Formby Stakes at Ince Blundell. Sir Joln (M1r. E. W. Stoker's) was indulged with a course last Saturday. and did all that was asked Subscribers-only content

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    per stone. A FARMERn GoRED To DEATH BY HIS OWN BULL. -On Friday, about noon, Mr. Robert Lovelady, farmer, Ince Blundell, went into his farmyard to send his men to dinner, and remained there alone, when he was almost immediately Subscribers-only content

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