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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    latifolia), en gint Inapweed (centauree saisi, in flower, near Grange-eysr.Sands ('. A. Jul- 24tb.-Grassbopper Wlarbler ISalicria lornetells), obseived at Oak Hurst, Moor-Allerten. Seen in the ame place last year (.]amies Coosor). July 31st.-Larvae of the rnby tiger moth (Arctia fuliginesa), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    29th, at Clevedon, Henry James Cooke, of Summer. field, Ilkley, and of Biadford, aged 45 years. Coopzrt.-July 3tst, at Oak Hurst, Moor-Allerton. aged nine months, John Jagger, econd son of Jazzes Cooper. GLOVEII.-At Sands House, Rledear, Matthew Glover, of Moont Subscribers-only content

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    43, Ken. vingeon Gatrdens Square, London, the P ev. Wmn. Brace, in his S3rd year. UQi1NSON-January 14, suddenly, at Oak Hurst, AlderwasCey, DOrbyshire, Amelia, wife of John 'Tlnewlis Johnsou, of Singleton Hill, and daughter U tIle llatc John Higgins, Esq., Subscribers-only content

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    Ilc' hct'cn Mcr. Ernest Jolhucon. second non of the 'to Mc. John Thieli2 Johnson, of Broighltotun fiee. Mance'sti-r. and Oak Hurst,. .Ai'ernasley. near Derboy. and Mistis 'Violet Persso, ixlirdnxg'ter of Mr. Henr Salier Perssa, J.P., for G.a.!vay (7iil- i Sieriff, Subscribers-only content

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    childreLn, aged 10, 8, and 4. Must l)elong to Church of En gland and be an experienced needlewonian.-Mrs, JouNsoa, Oak Hurst, near Derby. 1XTAN'rlrD, by a respectabic Young Person (24) ti T V with good address, a situation as Barmaid Subscribers-only content

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