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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    earn, Nottingham, dealer in shoes. [Hamilton, Tavistock row. J. Braithwaite, Leeds, irournonger. [Clarke and Richards, Chancery lane. B. Willerton, New Bolingbroke, Lincoln, carpenter. [Eyre, Gray's inn. H. Goodman, Kidderrminster, carpet-tnanufacturer. [Dangerfield, Craven st. XV. Hill, Cheltenham, victualler. [King, Hatton garden. Subscribers-only content

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    Vicar of St. r Peter's, Coventry. During the past three years. however, Mr. Butler has held the vicarage of New Bolingbroke, r Lincolushire, and It is to that liviun that-the Rav. John G. Smith, the late Vicar of Christ Church, Subscribers-only content

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    Birmingham. J. Deacon, jun., upholsterer, Coventry. J. Oakes, ironimonger, Tunistall. W. H. Eyre, grocer, Lincoln. G. H. -loalsell, druggist, New Bolingbroke. T. Ellison, baeer, Liverpool. A. Mlliddleton, cotton broker, Mefanchester. it. LaveL y and C. Croekwell spirit merchants, MancheBster. W. Subscribers-only content

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    lest examination. -J, Evisse, dealer in calves, Louth, last examination.-G, Gartluer, bricklayer, Cettingham, last examination.-G. H. Hanson, chemnist, &e., New Bolingbroke, order of diocbarge.-J. Thompson, coal mer- chant, Hull, order of dioeharge.-G1. Traffordl, grocer, Lincoln, Order of discharge.-H. E. Voigt Subscribers-only content

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    Workeop; 2, T. Wilson, Armthorpe; 3, J. R. Wray, Blyton. Class 3.- T. Woodward, Worshoroegh Bridge; 2, S. Leggate, New Bolingbroke; 3, C. Clark, Leverton. The judges were-. Messrs. W. Mellows, High Wilton; R. Smith, Adivick.le- street; and J. Winder, Subscribers-only content

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    Son. london, jam manufacturers Graham and lain, Newcastle, drapers J. Barrand and Co., Bradford, drapers J. said J. West, New Bolingbroke, saddlers Kigby and Smith, Litheriand, Liverpool, ooal merchants Smith and Hippax, Burnley, builders Fry and Forest, Livergool, emigration agents Subscribers-only content

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    a t list of the number of electors residpint in eaneh polling 2 district:-Alford, 798; Sut-on, 254; Withe-ro, 220;1 New Bolingbroke, 119; Coningsby, 436; M3areham-le- Fen, 306; Wildmoor, 147; Old Bolingbroke, 358; i Hag0ort-hinghanm, 201; Spilsby, 929; Burgh, 433; c Subscribers-only content

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    by 'Mr. John Dillon. al._ ' The death is announced of the Rev. John Greenwood Smnith, MIA.. Vicar of New Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire. The rev. gentleman was at one time Vicar of Christ so Church, I-eeds. g i DRArINTAGE OF BRIG.HOUSE.-Yesterday Subscribers-only content

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    i. Tbe 'r-l - troubled with fever and igue. bho -a such attaeks noow-a-days. IAXL nt OC i -xi New Bolingbroke. near Bc-ton. i. situated than oth5er Litnolnsh're vnao-* ment made by its Vicar. the ev. .in' - -e, set-, Subscribers-only content

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    was dead at my horse's feet.-Captain Marryattis America. What a thumper! CAUTION To FARMERs.-Last week, Mr. Edw. Forman, of New Bolingbroke, near Boston, lost a valuable young horse under the following vexatious circumstances. A boy named Crawfoot, his seivant, was Subscribers-only content

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    TOWNS PROiOSED FOR THE NEW CORN LAW RETURNS. The following is the list of towns from which it is proposed that the returns of the quantities and prices of various de. scriptions of corn sold shall be made to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lightly Richards, and Rledcalf, Chancery-lane; and Messrs. Tyndall and is a R . Rawlins, Birmin7ham. Bro' rouleau Robert M'illerton, New Bolingbroke., Lincolnshire, carpenter, ing rped up Sept. (,, 7, Oct. 9, at the Buli Inn, llormcastle, Lincolrshire. £l" ,r8 that Subscribers-only content

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    I THE CORN LAWVS. I The following is a list of the towrns in our more imme- diate neighbourhood from which it is proposed that returns of the quantities aund prices of various descriptions of corn sold shall be Subscribers-only content

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    BYLN ETT, jim., Elland, Yorkshire, clothier. Nov. 2. IlHEsBERT CARBLLE DRINurssA=I, Wetnmineter- chamber'. Virtorin-OtreeE. BANKlIUPTI)ECLARATIONS Or' DtVIDBNDS. ICIABD LEGaATE, New Bolingbroke, Lnconshire, nfamer- dividend of 4s. Id., any day, at tie Bank of Gofat and Oo., TnoMAs WILD, Kendal, Weetmnoreland, Subscribers-only content

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    been for some time on a visit with his family at Grebby, and, on Tuesday, rather unexpectedly returned to New Bolingbroke, when he complained of feeling very low. About five o'clock in the evening, he went into the brewery, and-had Subscribers-only content

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    June 0 Hubbard C. J., Ringford-road, Wandsworth, Jane 9 Lawson Si Mills, Oldham, coal merchants, June 12 Leggate R., New Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, farmer, June 6 Lloyd J. M., Radton-road, Herne-hill, Post-office elk., June 19 Megee & Young, St. George, grocers, Subscribers-only content

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    Kidderminster, carpet-manufacture: Mill William, Cheltenham, victualler Miller Joseph, Cumberland, innkeeper Smith Henry William, Lawrence Pountney Place, merchit! Willerton Robert, New Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, carpenr Friday, August 31. Bray Walter, Redruth, Cornwall, saddler Bugby Jervoise, Pall Mall Place, bill-broker Gleave Philip, Heaton Subscribers-only content

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    left a wife and four young children. About a fortnight ago, the wife ofa labourer named Taylor, residing at New Bolingbroke, was delivered of a child, and a day or tvvo afterwards, in the absence cl her husband, she threw Subscribers-only content

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    Paddington, to Mary Anne, only daughterof the late J. C. Soulby, Esq., of New Bolingbroke, Lin- colnshire, and niece of Mr. J. S. Dawber, King's Lynn. On the 18th inst., at Bloomsbury, the Rev. Edwd. R. Adams, 8.A., of G Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. John Bazley, to North Stoke V. Rev. G. Bellett. to Wbitbourne R., Herefordshire Rev. Percy G. Benson, to New Bolingbroke V., Lincolnshire) Rev. C. E. Bowlby, to Stauford-le-Hope R., Essex Rev. P. D. Bland, to Draycott-le-Moors R., Staffordshire Rev. Subscribers-only content

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