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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NATIONAL POINTER AND SETTER FIELD TRIALS. These trials were brought to a close late on Thursday evening on the Moreton Corbet estate, aboot ten miles from Shrewasbury, vworrk having been continued unusually late, so ae to get through the card Subscribers-only content

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    .lohn Usu~ries,_ isv 'Nor-ville. on July 26, was sentenced to two months'iinri prisooment.-Michael 1h), labonxrgc, foi a theft as, Moreton Corbet, was sentenced to three -months,' imprisoinment. \VWassnousE:r-cBEE xscec.-John Grimm (23), labourer, for breaking into the warehouse of the Great Subscribers-only content

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    the act of an incendiary. On Tuesday seventeen large stacks of corn and hay, belonging to Mr. Samuel Hudson, Moreton Corbet, near le Wen, were destroyed. By the efforts of two engines from le Shrewsburv, one from Won, and one Subscribers-only content

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    Jones, wife of John Anderson, Esq., CORBET-May 22, at Priory Hill, St. Neots, Sir I viscelst Rowland Corbet, of Moreton Corbet, Bart., I sLed 69 years. < I ENNIlS-Lsy 24, at her residence, 57, Bridge Street, psrtadown, Eliza Jane, dearly-beloved Subscribers-only content

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    and can keep them sound on their feet. Satisfaetory reference from present and previous sa employers. - Address, SEEPnEwD, Moreton Corbet, Castle Farm, near Shrewsbury. 1), ' ; tttw u - w M WFANTED to Buy, a 40 gauge, 2 Subscribers-only content

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    : ' : •'..'■■ the Rev. G. Morton Rector of Sturton.- Aged Hl, _the !■ G. Dicken, Rector of Moreton Corbet, and ViCarof~»r:« Salop.- The Rev. W. Carter, Vicar of West Anstey, " eI «J Aged 20, Alex. Croke, Esq. Subscribers-only content

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    Ynysymaengwyn and the SS*" °r D K? h rV, n(l E!9ham - * nd thence descended Andrew Corbet of Moreton Corbet, born in 1766 and he succeeding to the estates of his uncle, Andrew' was oreated a barouet in 1808, Subscribers-only content

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    exceed- ingly difficult indeed "punters" never experienced such a * bad time." Found in a small cover near the Moreton Corbet, and the fox ran on nearly to Shawbury Heath, then turned to the right for. Acton Beynald, and so Subscribers-only content

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    21 years. Cobbet- May 22, aged 69, at Priory HiU. St. Xeots, Sir Vincent Bowland Corbet, Bart , of Moreton Corbet. Ev a.n son- May 18, aged 74, at Heath-lane, Whitchnrch, Johu Evanson. Edwabds- May 2, at Carreg Boeth, Cilcain, Subscribers-only content

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    was not hunted very long, giving us the slip somewhere near to Preston Springs. We then went to draw Moreton Corbet Wood, and after a few minutes hounds were racing after a fox who made for the river Tern, which Subscribers-only content

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    sport the single raven for their arms, while those of Robert bear two. Another ancestor. Sir Richard Corbet, of Moreton Corbet, in Shropshire, distin- guished himself in the Wars of the Roses. " A devoted Lancastrian, he saved his chief Subscribers-only content

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    Hall, in this oounty, beid at one time a minor oanonry in Chester Cathedral, concurrently with the rectory of Moreton Corbet, in Shropshire. Mr Thompson, we teed soaroely cay, is well-known and widely respected in Chester, where he hu a Subscribers-only content

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    in tlie county of Montgomery; by Mr. J. W. Don, from Oswestry, Whitechunh, Wem, Ellesmere, Pres- ton, Frees, Longford, Moreton Corbet, Adderley, Fitz, Staple- ton, Ruytou, St. George's, Shrewsbury; Shawbury, Grinshill, Broughton, Child Eseoll, and Weston "iu-Hoduet, iv the county Subscribers-only content

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    in the county of Cumberland, Esq. Sitwell Sitwell, of Renishaw, in the county of Derby, Esq. Andrew Corbet, of Moreton Corbet, in thai county of Salop, and of Linslede, in the county of Buckingham, Esq. William Coles Medlycott, of Yen Subscribers-only content

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    MORE JUSTICES' JUSTICE We read the following in a local paper : - " Caution to Boys Bathing.- Walter and Charles Toomes and Charles Sharpe, three very respectably- dressed boys, were charged with bathing in Cock-lane, Edmonton, on Sunday Subscribers-only content

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    the county of Cumberland, Esq, Sitw ell-Si. well, of Renishaw, iv the cdduly of Derby, Lsq, Andrew Corbet, nf Moreton Corbet, in the county of Salop, and <>f Lii.slrde, in theconuty of Buckingham, Esq. William-Colts M.dlyeott, of Ven-Hou-e, m-ar Milbour'ne-Port, Subscribers-only content

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    child of the late Moreton Aglionby Slaney, Esq. of Shiffnal, Salop, and niece of Sir Andrew Corbet, Bart, of Moreton Corbet, in the same county. DIED- Lately, at Boulogne Stir Mer, Thomas Bia. kail Buckworth, Esq. aged 20 years, late Subscribers-only content

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    10 0 a*a - . . .10 0 R eT . m. D. Taylor, t General Dunham - .110 Moreton Corbet - 1 0 0 Rev. W. Antrobu. .10 0 Re T . W. Vaughan -10 0 ■ Mr. W. Subscribers-only content

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    the Key. William Marsh, MA., for 20 years chaplain of Morden CoUege, Blackheath. MOSIXT.- On the '2d i_i?t., at Moreton Corbet Rectory, Salop, John Edward Mosley, Esq., kite of Prestbury, near Chelten- ham, aged sixty-seven. RO3ERT3.- On the Oth inst., Subscribers-only content

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    The Rev. B. F. Wood, to Moreton Corbet Rectory, Salop. The Rev. C. Thomas, to the Rectory, Wat ins worth, Yorkshire. VICARAGES, &c. The Rev. F. H. Sewell, to the Vicarage 0 f Cockerham, Lancashire. The Rev. E. Lewis, to Subscribers-only content

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