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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, August 10. PARTNERSHIPS DISSISLVED. J. Bamforth and J. Maite, Hollnfirth, Yorkshire, painters- T. Foster and J. Palmer, Upper Whitecross street carpenters -R. Winnall and B. Farmer, Weliiugton, Sbropshire, grocers' -T. Hier and E. Robathan, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ELECTIONS. SOuTr LANCASHIBRM Mr Brown continued his canvas on Monday, accoma panied by Mr Cobden and others. His first movement was to the beautifol vale of Todmorden, or the " Hippy Valley," as it has been called. Mr Brown Subscribers-only content

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    MISCELLANEOUS. FATAL ACCIDENT FROM A FALL OF EARTE.-On Wed- nesday last a serious acoident took place at Hartford, near Northwich. Near the railway station there is a consider- able quantity of marl, which is being carted away to Dela- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the assist- ance of their fallen companions, and were themselves affected by the bad atmospliere. Dr. Taylor, of Port Glas. gow, Dr. Wilson, of Wemycs Bay, and two other medical gentlemen, who were amongst the excurslonists, were asaiduoos in Subscribers-only content

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    FOR PEARL FiiSoiiox.-The steam yacht Chic. belonging to Messrs. Alley and MI'Lellan, engineers, Glasgow, which has been berthed at Port Glas. goiv for the past few weeks, has been fitted up with Brush's dvnamo patent electric engine for the purpose Subscribers-only content

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