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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "all dead." Subsequently another descent was made into the pit by two brothers, named Richard and Thomas Boyd, of North Seaton, who volunteered for the arduous duty. With a spirit of dauntless perse- verance they prosecuted their search for about Subscribers-only content

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    Iron Company andl Owners of Ouston Col- liely.10o000 Messrs. James Juicy and Company . 10)0 0 Tfie Comwpen and North Seaton Coal compngsy . ..100 0 01 Mcsses Woeds and Company . .100 0 0 Sir. George Crawslesy, Lenslon. .100 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of hands was almost unanimous in favour of Mr. MIALL. A frightful case of wife murder is reported from North Seaton, on the coast of Northumberland. The wife of a miner living there went to fetch her husband from a Subscribers-only content

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    will go on with his; dismal work, searching for others who once were hus- tl bands and fathers.( At North Seaton, a poor woman, named J_ cirFo MA4ISIALL, has died from the effects of her husbaud's b' brutality. Last Saturday Subscribers-only content

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    METG. The North of England Club will inauzurate their cours- t ing season this year over the Bothal and North Seaton I esta.tes, kindly granted by the Duke of Porbland and MIr. J. Lothian Bell respectively. As both estates are Subscribers-only content

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