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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    applying to M. Lauray, physician, at Chatellerault.-lireaek Paper. A few days ago, aged 67, Mr. John Wainwright. shoemaker, 'of Lane Ends, Hulton. He lived and died a confirmed Deist, and bore a most excellent moral character. He was buried at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    do so at the old prices; but at a numerous meeting of the colliers on strike, held at the Lane Ends, Aspull, it was determined not to accept of these terms. A number of Welsh colliers, who had been brought Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    zMrs. ELegleso~n, an ageOd lady fromt lPark Gate. Rotherham, general shock:- Mr. Uttley, of Ijarfield ; Mrs. holmnes, Poor Lane Ends Farnm, liexhain, shock ; Mir. William Dixon Gardener, Midland Hotel, Morfcambo, injury to the back, he betne hurled to Subscribers-only content

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    the chairman. TUN-STALL. PErI rrI TA the Stipendiary's Court, yesterday, George Rowe, landlord of the Jolly Colliers beerhouse, Lane Ends, near Brindley Ford, was summoned for permitting drunkenness; and George Owen, Thomas Schofield, hinoch Shallcross, and William Pointon, labourers, Subscribers-only content

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    were completely saturated with blood. The body was removed from the field to the Hare and Hounds public house, Lane Ends; and, o0n being undressed, it bore evidence of an ahlost unparelleled degree of vio- lence. On the left side Subscribers-only content

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