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    c. brought on by sudden and excessive fright. A verdict was then Le returnred accordingly.-An inquest was held at Much Hoole, a 1, village seven miles from Preston, on Monday, on the body of Martha s- Spencer, a girl of Subscribers-only content

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    the first-prize taker, " Oxford Bertha 2nd,'" bred by Mr. J. J. Sharp, and shown by Mr. J. Harrison, Much Hoole, .Preston. Mr. J. J. Sharp sold his home-bred " OxfordI .Creamh," a big heifer, which carried off the second Subscribers-only content

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    Hamlets, be or Places, of Wigan, Slheffington, Standish, Wrightt. intjon, Parbol(d, Newvborough, Lathanm, Rufford, pee SIDI Tarlton, Brethserton, and Much Hoole, in Ge the several Parishes of Wigan, Leyland,' Standish, lea Ruftlfrld, and Crocton; in tlse said County Palatine of Subscribers-only content

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    neigh- bourhood two cows were absolutely twisted round by the electric fluid, but they escaped, however, without injury. At Much Hoole, a colt belonging to Mr. itobert Nelson was kiilred yesterday morning by the lightniug. It was a valuable animal, Subscribers-only content

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    James's, Clitheroo, 501. ; Ducie, 501.; St. Philip's, Hulme, soup kitoheu, 251. ; Stamford, 251. ; Fence, 501. ; Much Hoole, 501. Easel Grove, 251. ; Stockport, Teviot Dale, school, 25!. Bury, 1,5001. ; Ashton-under-Lyne, 1,5001.; Lawron, 1001. ; Clitheroe, Subscribers-only content

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    Oswaldtwisle, 571. Bury, 1371. ; Speckleton, 131.; Tintwisle, 1011. ; Chorley, 1641. ; Bacup, 1391 ; Wil- ton, 12GI.: Much Hoole, 71. ; Leyland, 351. ; Colne, 1:;1. - Brindle, '1l.; Huncoat, 61. ; Stockport. 5121. ; Manchester Distribution Committee Subscribers-only content

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    ; H-indley (4), 1 501. ; Bredbory and Romilly (4), 1001. Wigan (4), 1,0001.; t Shawforth (3), 1501. ; Much Hoole (6), 201. ; Royton (3), a 1001. ; Shuttleworth (4) 71.; Heywood (4), 7501.; Thorn- a ham (4), 201 Subscribers-only content

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    151.: Smlesbury, 151.; Crobton, 151. ; Belmont, 151. ; KingtoD, 101. ; Greenfield, 101., St. James, Heywood, Lemingdan, 101.; Much Hoole, 101.; and the Carlisle Emigration Committee, 231., making a total of 4,3001. ROYAL HOSPITAL FOR INCURABLE.,-A meeting in connexion Subscribers-only content

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    Edmund He)>|i!e, Old Accrington. " Frederick. Steincr, do. " Robert Moss. London. " Thomas Jolly, do. " James Uigby, Much Hoole. " Robert Dickson, Layton-with-Warbreck. " Cuthbert Ni.kson. do. " Richard Bunks, do. " Andrew Hoyle, New Accrington. " George Subscribers-only content

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    Roman Catholic Chapel. Preston, hy the Rev. Francis Daniel, John, second son of Mr. Clarkson, ofthe Black Horse Inn, Much Hoole, to Miss Elizabeth Eccles, of Preston. On the 24th ultimo, at the Parish Church, Duffield, by tlie Rev. Robert Subscribers-only content

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    aud J. Arkwright, Blackbnrn ; Mr. S. Taylor, Penwortham ; Mr. R. Serpeaut, Huston ; aud Mr. J. M'Murdie, Much Hoole. The learned Chairman then addressed the grand jury, and remarked that it wonld appear, from the calen- dar, that Subscribers-only content

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    Alice, relict of Thomas Booth, Esq , of Shaw Heath, Stockport. Oh the 14th instant, Mr. Thomas Hunt, surgeon, Much Hoole aged 72 years ; much respected, On the 14th instant, Agues, wife of Mr. John Balshaw, tailor and draper, Subscribers-only content

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    been in their employ about twelve months, and was employed in looking over the weavers at North Meols, Leyland, Much Hoole, and Preston. One of the cases to which the indictment re- ferred, was the receipt of two pieces of Subscribers-only content

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    13th mst, at Bowdon, Ellen Elizabeth, infant __Uj4_- ter of Mr. J. B Dewhurst. Skipton ---_v Same day, at Much Hoole, Mr. June, Hun, fi,ri_Brl_ _,_. and spirit mere-bant, iv Preston, aged -? years Same day Alic... relict of the Subscribers-only content

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    do., Mr. James Crankshaw, do., Mr. Richard Howarth, do. ; Mr. J. Harrison, Little Hoole; Mr. R. Wrennell, jun., Much Hoole. The Chairman, in his brief address to the grand jury, observed that their labours at this session were likely Subscribers-only content

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    anniversary of the foundation of this excellent charity. On the 22d of September, 1558, Christo- pher Walton, gent, of Much Hoole and of Preston, conveyed by deed lauds of the annual value of £2 lis. od. to certain trustees, named Subscribers-only content

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    which be has taken part since Ist January, 1850, witb the results of each: - lB6o, January 7th, at Much Hoole, witb Mr. Caunce, of tbat place at 5 pigeons each, for £5 aside; won, killed a 11 . -1851, Subscribers-only content

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    - An inquest was held by Mr. -lyres, coroner, at Much Hoole, a village, seven miles from Preston, on Monday evening, on the body of Martha Spencer, a girl of 13 years, whose death was the result of a beartlesi Subscribers-only content

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    Fence with Heatly Lane, near Burnley, £50 and £50; Farnworth and Kersley, £100 and £100 ; Scammonder (2), £25; Much Hoole (4), £40; Stack- steads, near Newchurch (4), £300; Ashton-under- Lyne, £700; Wigan (4), £1,000 and £1,000; Black- ley (5), Subscribers-only content

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    £701; Harpurhey, £12; Oswaldtwistle, £57; Bury, £137 125.; Freckleton, £6; Tintwistle, £101; Chorley, £64; Bacup, £139 65.; Wilton, £126; Much Hoole, £7; Leyland, £35; Colne, £15; Brindle, £9 125.; Huncoat, £6 10s.; Stockport, £512; St. Oswald's District, Manchester, £55; Moorside, Subscribers-only content

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