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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hfta eaxnwytb yn ei cbartref tawel hyd foren dydd Crist.-Iorgwerth DDinas. oabboniaeth IDRIS OWEN:JOHN. (Cyntaf-anedig Mr. a Mrs. John, Milton Street, Middleaboroukgb.) Awen tyred, rho dy gymorth Er cymhletbh gwiwlwys gan I'r planhigyn tyner, airiol, Idris Owen fwyri a glan- Subscribers-only content

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    T: HE- EXAMIN~ER.11r~,-X ,O I .1 , .` !- 4 X k - ... L ~ i 3 <b1. . ..... .The Court of.Cassation..has once more madea a6t:ud against the attempts of Louis-Philippe to: pervert the laws for-purposesof des-, Subscribers-only content

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    to give further particulars of our cures to any respectable person who may please to call upon~ me. I am, dear Sir, moot gratefually your sincere well-wisher, No. 14, Honeysuckle court, Milton street, 3. JAVERLY. Fore street, Oripplegate, May 27,1834, Subscribers-only content

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    POLICE. -A3EIOROuIGH STREET At twelve o'clock on Thursday, Mr Thomas Dunconebe, the mepebefor Finsbury, accompanied by the Marquis of Worcester, entered the ofce,;ajd were accommodated with seats at the table of the Magistrates. It was soon as- certained that Subscribers-only content

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    gentleman, and lately joint proprietor withl Edgar Carter, of the City Theatre, Milton street, was opposed, on lhis application to be discharged, by Mr. Nicholls, on the part of two creditors, named Scott and Hobdale, the former a wine-mer- chant, Subscribers-only content

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    the Whitehavet flerald. On Thursday veek, at the house of his brother-in-law, Mr Bevan, who keeps the Flyin~g Horse, Milton street, Finsbury square, Josh Hudson, the " John Boll fighter." From misfortunes in business, he had retired from the Half Subscribers-only content

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    the other female, cautioned and dis- chared. GUILDRALL. Some days since WiUlam Cox, a chimney-sweeper, in Red Ball court, Milton street, attended to answer the complaint of John Hill, one of the inspectors of the watch of Cripple- gate, ftr Subscribers-only content

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    Long lane, Bermondsey, fur. rier-Nov. 14, T. and G. Courtney, Old Jewry, clothiers- Nov. 13, W. Eldridge, Broad Arrow, Milton street, victualler -Nov. 13. A. Cohen, Fenchurch street, wine merchant- Nov. 13, J. Mivart, llichmoud, Surrey, upliolder-Nov. 14, Ellen Martha Subscribers-only content

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    him. FiRE AND Loss OF LIFE. -On Monday sight a fire took place at the house of Mr Mead, Milton street, Euston square. The damage was confined to the back kitchen, shence the alarm proceeded, but a most appalling sight Subscribers-only content

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    houron Saturday Inght fire broke out at a public-house in Milton street, Fore street, called the Jacob's Well, in the possession of Mr Vandersteen. Two unfortunate individuals have erished in the flames-Thomas Newman, a man about 1fortyyears of ages a Subscribers-only content

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    duty to visit certain constables while upon their beats, and that on Sunday morning he observed defendant drunk in Milton street, New road, and on telling him that he must go to the station-house he turned round and struck me Subscribers-only content

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    agent. R. Ouston, Kingston-tpon sH.11, sawyer. T. W. and Ann Perry, Steward street, Spitalfields, silk mane. facturers. J. Bowser, Milton street, Dorset square, timber merchant. G. Rayment, Oxford street, hosier. 22 BANKRUPTS. p, Willmott, BlacLfriars road, linen draper. [Hartley, New Subscribers-only content

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    and Walker, Lincoln's inn fields. 3. Spencrr. Lamb's Condnit street, chemist. (Foosd, Pinner's Hall, Old Broad street. J. Bowser, Milton street, Dorset square, timber merchant l Rye, Golden square. Mary Ans Cousins, Maize bill, Greenwich, schslm1istre055 [Stormy, Wellintgton. street. London Subscribers-only content

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    fCardales and Iliffe, Bedford row. W. Cooper, Reading, Berkshire, grocer. [Murray, New Lon- don. street, Feuchurch street. E. Conden" Milton street, Dorset square, builder. [Randall, Welbeek street. J. Shickle, Great Pulteney street, Soho, corn dealer. [Shear. man awt Stater, Great Subscribers-only content

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    also commemorated abroad by changing the name of the street. We have only two instances of this in London; Milton street in Fore street, and Johnson's court in Fleetstreet.-Polytechnic Review. PETITIONS AND PRIVATE BILLS.-Upon an analysis of the Parliamentary returns Subscribers-only content

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    Essex,draper-January 11, J. Smith, Roxton (lid town, linen draper-Janearv II J. Ivory, Mepper shall, Bedferdshire, farmer-January 11, E. Conden. Milton street, Dorsat square, builder-Jsnuaty 9, R6. and H. Fletcher, Eastingtoo, Gloucestershire, clothiers-January 9, G. Bonnor, Bermondsey wall, rag merchant-January 12, Subscribers-only content

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    Bond, otherwise J. B. Hargreaves), Blacsrkbn, shoemaker. S. Jacobs, Great Union street, Southwark, commission agent. J. Torbck, George yard, Milton street, clerk. J. R. Woollett (otherwise R. Woollett), Woolwich, blacking manufacturer. J. A Blow, Bennett place, Bethnal green road, Captain, Subscribers-only content

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    SeWgeeRt Brannan, and Redma?, of the G division, proceeded on a Sunday to a house in Broad- arrow court, Milton street; and detected the male prisoner with the moulds in his hands, casting shillings, the girl fling' and clipping, and Subscribers-only content

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    Arundel, Sussex, surgeon. D. Kennedy, Havering street, Commercial road East, general salesman. H. Heap, Manchester. J. Posferd, Euston mews, Milton street, Enston square, horse commission agent. Margaret Bramley, Skipton, Yorkshire. J. Barker, Dronfield, Derbyshire, sicklesmith. V. Fox, Sheffield, working engineer. Subscribers-only content

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    butchers. [Packwood, ' chelteobaa. DIVIDENDS. mber 5, T. Alford, Harrow road, Paddington, licensed vic- rsh11 aDecember 5, E. Conden, Milton street, Dorset square, tIlder-Detember 5, 1. Gale, sen. and jun. Love lane, Shadwell, tr, makers-December 5, C. Williamson, Regent street, Subscribers-only content

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