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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    & Cu. Coleman st. U'. W. Greeahil!, Cobham, Surrey, cattle dealer. [Allea & Nicol, Queen st. Cheaspide. WV. Jeffery, Little Chester at. Belgrave square, dealesN in horses. [Sanford, Adelphi terrace. RI Gadsden and R. Percival, Upper St Martin's lane, printers. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dr Rea reports to [the local Chronicle of October 28th, that gold is being freely sought and found. At Little Chester in the South, or Horton Mountain, Dr Rea found washers with ordinary tin pans, and he himself washing two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. -erbyshire, Mercaston; T. 'opham, Foston ; J. HoEUingwortb, Weston; W. Radford, Egginton; R. Bailey, Beards.all; and G. Dicke., Little Chester. There is also a small but fair show of poultry and pigeons. The judges are:-Cattle: MKessrs. J. Hogarth, Appleby'; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ended at Tynemouth, in Northumberland. This opinion I can readily accede to, supposing by Derby is meant Derventio or Little Chester, and do farther conceive that it passed likewise by Chesterfield, and was continued along the road styled Strata Rom%, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the populece hamnlet of Litcicurch, hilatse on1 ti s oulh side of Lice borough, and alo tot balrost of Little Chester, on the north fide, ehoalVI £S incorporated witi tichs borough. and ISornac part hereof, bath for Piarliamenoctary, mnnul;rc bal, Subscribers-only content

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