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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had entered the unouth and suffocated in- Csorier. The Rev. William H4arding, perpetroal curate of Sawley, and ofWilD! asd Long Eaton, lost his life in the following maliner ons Harding had s stoc avisit to Nottinghaut, and Mr. Ilardingseasr ceeding Subscribers-only content

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    G. S. Hill, Canmberwell, colourman. [Pyson and Beck, Lnthhury. I. Skipp, Commercial-road, iron-mertliant. [Evitt and Co Haydon-sqnare. J. Pearson, Long Eaton, Derbyshire, grocer. [Few and Co'. Henrietta-street H-. Cleaver, Market Lavington, linen-draper. [Williams, Gray's-inn. J. E. Williams, Norwich, grocer. [Wire. Subscribers-only content

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    U. Winspenny, and T. Notberwood-J. Draper and Co. L:ver. pool, cart-owners-R. and A. Morton, Manchester, somallware manufacturers-Taylor and Co. Long Eaton, Derbysirie, raill road-contractors-Hutchinson and Coulthard, Barnard Castle, Durham, attornies-Hull and Co Coxgreen, Durham, shipi builders-F. and J. Stcott, Stourbridge, Subscribers-only content

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    the yeomanry cavalry, contributed to render her Majesty's departure from Chatsworth a magnificent spectacle. Entering Nottinghamshire by railway at Long Eaton, the train sped past Beeston, and soon came in sight of that melancholy ruin which always meets the eye Subscribers-only content

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    THE MIDLAND RAILWAY.-An accident happened on the Midland Railway on Friday last, within six miles of Nottingham. At the Long Eaton station there is a slight curve, which prevents a person seeing any great distance either up or down the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the uintIh mg Iitude. On Tufs lay m secimnd collision took place on the Midland line, at the Long Eaton junction. A passeelger train from Nuittinglnam to Codrsor park came in collision with a coal trair let the j Subscribers-only content

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    same sessions John Robson, an engine-driver in the service of the Company, was indicted for causing the collision at Long Eaton, and was acquitted. These verdicts of manslaughter against servants thus amount to sheer bruhteufuinetn, and until the Directors of Subscribers-only content

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    coal master. Friday, Jne I11. Blankreptcies Annnulled.-J. Shaw *nd Co., Elland, Yorkshire, wootlen manufacturees-G. Laycock, Sheffield, currier-R. J. 'Pike, Long Eaton, Derby. sh1ire, milleru Baunkaarupts.-J. Weir, Albert square, Commercial road East, merchant. (Cotterill and Sons, Throgmurton street-J. Parsons and J. Subscribers-only content

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    Newark upon-Trent, Nottingham, wine merchant. (Ashley, Newark- upon-Trent.- M. H. Dean, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, grocer. (Jasnes and Knight. Birmingham.-H. Wood, Long Eaton, Derbyshire, baker [Wells, Nottingham.-. W. Jennings, Sueinton, Nottingham, lace dresser. (Deverill and Cowley, Ncttioigliam.-H. J. Groves, Newport, Monmonthshlre, mnsic Subscribers-only content

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    Locks, Long Eaton, Derby- shire. He immediately despatched Detective-Sergeant Clarke of the Leicestershire constabulary, to Derby, who communicated with the constabulary authorities of that county, and after ascertaining that Heenan was training at a publichouse at Long Eaton, he, with Subscribers-only content

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    and F Smith, Has- tings, Snssex, bankers and co-partners-Jely IG, WV 1V Hall, 3idderminster, Worcestershire, carrier-July 17, T SMirris, Long Eaton, Derbyshire, joiner arid builder-July 19, T Sampson, iam 31ills, Stroud, Gloucestersli re, shawl mano- facturer, and Vt Barnard, flioblarids, Subscribers-only content

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    liquidatioe' by arrangement ha3 been presented Le to the Derby County Court, by eSasmel Jekin Claye,i 'a of Derby, Long Eaton, near Derby, and Barrow-ih-Furness, jj i railway rolling stock manufacturer. The liabilities are stated at £200,000., a large portion Subscribers-only content

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    Lo cnt dealer. 4 ,rch SASUT.L Jonr' CrAYF Derby, coke and limestone nercht ess. and of Manor House Works, Long Eaton, Derbyshire, nale the rolling stock manutacturer, also of Barrow-in-Furness, nlue hire, railway rolling-stock manufacturer, lately tradiug inD ute nenship Subscribers-only content

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    to Eslee' lowr clea ttiule. To .LOJ lie ot o th Icusee-A~pply,22,. Gina6 Litter Street,: oJ001 rILLS...Dalb -od Barci~e Long Eaton, have a Vacancy for enozxpbrle~i ilnr cmeetto-take 6fld'execitte ?~ILLIafl5RWanted, icr medinun-claae trado Must be gooed oa eleewoeotui. 'Rafarencea required, Subscribers-only content

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    Staffordshire, sne at Jerseyai4 Anglesea, dint grinders, potter's mills, and stone merchants; J. Blackhurst retires.-Samuel Eden and Andrew Crowe, Long Eaton, Derbyshire, lace manufacturer Tift ALLEGED DiSCOvERY oF FENAr DOCUnEFIS. -The statement which has been published that thb Leicestershire constabulary Subscribers-only content

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    R. Hollickr, Burbury Street; 2nd, IN,. R. Rootes, Woodside Housee, near Ross. Owls, English blue : let, H. Parker, Long Eaton, near N ,ottinghiam. Owls, Englihsh silver: 1slt, A. J. Barnes, 1Aldlate, Gloucester ; 2nd, 3'. F. Gaunt, Alvechsurch. Owvls, Subscribers-only content

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    costing £3,000.. wvas opened on Wed.' nesday, at Long Eaton. The health of Lord Houghton, who has for some time past been staying at Paris, has greatly improved. Colonel Iltaf Ali, of the Punjaub, has obtained permis. sion to pursue Subscribers-only content

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    defendant, who was a Collector of rags and' hones, introduced himself to Mr. W'illianm Hill, lace tnanu- faoturer of Long Eaton, and other persons living in that part of berbysbire, and represented to them that he was the lawfutl'heir 'to Subscribers-only content

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    Langford and Weidson, at Bishop's Castle, Salop, drapers.-Joha Plyer Pendon and Henry Gabbott, trading as Peadon snd Co., at Long Eaton, Derbyshlre, anal Itadford, Nottingham, lacenakers; J. tt P. Peadon reires.-Richard Eerie Laverton, Henry Walter Call, and Rubert liarrett Webb, Subscribers-only content

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    Bridge Road, Stockton- on-Tees, innkeeper. liFIRST AEETINGS AND DATES OF PUBLIC EXA3IINA- TIONS. tO FnrEDERICe Jonn STONe, Wellingtoa Street, Long Eaton,. In Derbyshire, builder and contractor and dealer irs building t, materials. First meeting, September 5, at 11a.m.. at the Subscribers-only content

 

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