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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F. Muckleston, London road, journeyman baker. G. Sutton, Wellington place, Pollard's cow, Bethoap green con- greve usanurocturec. 3. Wheeler, South Littleton, Woretotecohire, labourer. S. Dainton BermWndsey street, painter and grainer. G. Crook, Witney, Oxfrcdhhire, parchment maker and fe. munger W. Subscribers-only content

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    T. Playfair, Portman street, house agent. J. F Muckleston, London road, baker. G. Sutton, Wellingtonplace, Bethnalgreen, congrevemanufacturer. J. Wheeler, South Littleton, Worcestershire, labourer. S. Dainton, Bermnondsey street, painter. G. Crook, Witney, Oxfordshire, parchment maker. W. Eagle, Bethoal green, clerk. W. Subscribers-only content

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    in thiee parishes. At Northl and Middle Littleton the candidates heare Messrs. J. Ballard and NV. Tidsey ; at South Littleton, al Messrs. MW. Gibbs and J. Wheeler; and at Wicekhamford, lpMessrs. F. Hooper and Charles Byrd.-only oslo Guardian being Subscribers-only content

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    Dixon Hartland, It.P., Charl- toni ~ings Gloncesterishire :Captain Douglas Galton O.B., Himbileton Manor, Droitwich ; Air. Rt. P. Tomes: South Littleton; Evesham; Mr.'W. B. Chance, Edgbaston Birminghiam.; Mr. 3. Giles. Chaddbsley Corbett, Kidder. minster; 'Al. B. -T. Sadler, Oldbury; Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    : ELSCrlON. OF GUARDIANS.-The three contested I elections in this Union evere in the small parishern of Wick'." 'bamford, South Littleton, and North and Middle Littlo. I 5 ton, end the result was declared yesterday. 40t.Vichan., I ford tie, out-goinu Subscribers-only content

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    Littleton a detached portioii of South Littletonnabout 25 acres i;2 extent. It was agreed to give the parishioners of South Littleton the opportunity of taking stedp4 in the matter if they chuose. _______ ALOESTEI. A CetURswnAnuEN ViUMMONM0 ) FOB; AFoLSAUMT.- Subscribers-only content

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    li Cook, to live in tlse cossntry. -'iWages £14. Guest character inodispensabsle, - Apply. Mum. P. lmror, Ulhoortsou Mlouse, South Littleton, osorrErralsam. dOSS20 -C(OOKS (goond) Wantedol Hat:ngl, E25. ; Crtidley, .20. ; Eftilbaston, - IC I EN0. XIO., £16,, 1. Subscribers-only content

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    each appointment that no pension or superannuation allowance shall be payable. With reference to the requests from Bretforton, Offenham, South Littleton, Badse3', and Feckenham, that certain roads might be declared main roads, the committee reported that in their opinion it Subscribers-only content

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    BITLrovo-Farriet Wilts, 40, labourer, pleaded guilty to a charge of endeavouring to conceal the birth of her child, at South Littleton, on the 12th of August, and in considera. tion of her having been alreedy confined for a considerable period, Subscribers-only content

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    Lawrence (Eveaham), Henry W. Smioh and Alfred.Huband; St. Peter's (Evesham), George Field; Salntbury, C. Ran- dell; Sedgeberrow, John Coldicott; South Littleton, Major Gibbs; Weston Subedge, no nomination; Wick- hampton, *William EL Smith; Willeraley, *&dwin A. Burrows. Those marked with au Subscribers-only content

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    St. Ilawrrence Evesharn, Great andLfttle HlinponsL, Harrington, Nosth acd Middle Littleton, Norton aud Lonchclaeh, Offa12c- har.' .Sedgeberrow. SheliE Lonch, South Littleton, Wick- harnford Feckoharn, nntSIaid SSok and Blrsley Cao.enore, Fran'eley. Hales 0 win. ]lisbury, If awn, Ilill, luuning- u l, Subscribers-only content

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    Ensscote, Warwiclsahirs, out of bussiness. AL-smn) Grsimm, Stonrbridge. plumber, &c. 1'. 3. LascE, Belbroughton, saddler, ic. D. IV. IiANIsTRn, South Littleton, Worcestershire, farmer. HrMBusenows, New Heedington, Oxfordishire, trading as a saddler nt St. Aldate's, Oxford. Ro1rrr'1T.BuTOa' , Stafford, boot and Subscribers-only content

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    WEILL-ENDED HATY (to go OMh, about Fifteen Tone, Auetioneores Officesr, 1l, UlnieonPassage, Biminolgham. Shieohill Fares, In the parish of South Littleton aeven minles fronm 5 Es'eehamn and one neile from Honeybeorns Station, en the G.WV,R. N -Important iunreserred Sale of Subscribers-only content

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    ilowden Mill, Winslow, near Brosnyard aforesaid, miller. EDWAReD CALLOW Ceuzrs, South Littietor, Wuorcestershirs, in lodgings, late of Mlanor Fanr, South Littleton aforesaid, fariter, ami nows out of olusiness, EDrWsAnD JArs COr.LINS, the George Inn, IHigh Street, Dudiley, licensed victuriler. bJeIN Subscribers-only content

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    be libellous, "Curious."-Man'iage foes vary at different churches. "A. C.,"-It depends upon the terms of the agreement. "R. A.," South Littleton, and " C. A.." Bedworth,-No. "Ratepayer," ]Zugby.-You are liable for the whole rate. 11'. H.;" Old HIill.-Apply at the Subscribers-only content

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    Lenchwick, "Allan Huband; Offeubham, John Gibbs; Pebworth, W , Rimell; Rous Lnchn W. Gilbert; St. JAwrenice (Evesham), JTlius Sladden; South Littleton, AV. Lidsay; Beageworth, TJ. 'Cole: Saisthbury, Caleb Ward; S edgberrow, John Coldicatt; W eston Subedpe, F. Robbins; Vickhamford, F. Subscribers-only content

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    MIDLAND ANTIQUARY. Part 3-Contents: L -ur,,cal lNotes inod Queries. The l'errott Family, of BDll Hall, Worcestershire. Churchwardens' Acconruto of South Littleton. The Crick Faiily of Leicestershire. Mlidland Rtyioldgics' Becords of thoe" Bedingtonq. Church Registers of Aston-juxta-Birmuin..huin IF amilies of Swraiiwttke, Subscribers-only content

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    RESTORATION OF SOUTH LITTLETON | CHURCH. The church of St. Michael, South Littleton, was re- opened onThursday, after a comilete restoration of the navo and chancel. The oldest existing part of the building dates from the twelfth century, hut the Subscribers-only content

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    than fourteen years. anid the Bench fined 1efendants Ss. and 15s. 6d. costs each. UN RLIMABLE TESTIrIOxY.-Ernest Allchurcb, labourer, South Littleton, was charged with shooting a partridge, on Sunday, October 28, on land occupied by Mr. E. Caldicott. 1or thie Subscribers-only content

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    children who hail bnees plsced itt her charge at different tites hadl died whxilst ivithl ies-. I;ATA1, m1iCI ACCIDENT.-At South Littleton, ot iWednee- day afternoon, Mr. Martin held atn inquest-on the iociy of a child iamed Boddington, three years of Subscribers-only content

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