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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    formerly Grosvenor Streeut, Starr: c clitfe, GreatLevrr, all Lancashire, boat builier and chemical I esginleer. , NSICIOLAB JoUN CIAINrNOe, Newton Tracey, Devonshire, i WILLIAm DAVID JONa9, Prinre of Wales Inn, Pon-y-GrceIs, Carnarvonsihire, late of St. Delyn, Ifurlech, Marionethshire, r quarrynman Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "The Ballduc Mongr whel oform prto &uth e evening. programme. At Bishan? Stortford, on Thursday, William Sa brook, of Newton Tracey, Devon, vas charged with attempting to commit suicide, by cutting his throat, in a texhibited no symiptomns of insanity. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    five miles his lordship trudged on, and becoming fatigued, and, seeing no sign of his carriage, on arriving at Newton Tracey he asked a respectable pub- hoarn and farmer there to give him "a lilft." Boniface had a cart, but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lickey End had beenfavour- akly entertained by the local landowner, Mr. Worthing ton. The requirements of the labonrers of Newton Tracey ara being attended to, and one of the agents of the league w ill shortly visit the village in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Commissioners in regard to the matter. An agent of tbe league has been thoroughlyinvestigatint the questron of allotments at Newton Tracey (Devon), and everything is being done to satisfy the reasonable claims of the men in that locality. The allotments Subscribers-only content

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