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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o E Placeand Date. ' 4 0 E Ely, Cambridgeshire,- March 23. S 0 1 0 7 15 6 South Shields. March 22 ............ 0 1 1 0 0 17 8 Coldstream, -March 21 . ........... 22 4. 1 2 Subscribers-only content

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    Major Thompson-A proof of penitence, 396. Attack on the Duke of' Wel- lington, 411. Attack on a magistrate at South Shields, 412, 428. Attack on the king, 425. Clerks of benefit societies absconded, 428. Death from hydrophobia-Love and suicide, 445. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    23, R. Jones, Whitechapel road, boot and shoe maker.- March 23, W. Williams, Pauteague, Monmouthshire, shopkeeper.-March 23, R. Battley, South Shields, woollen draper.-March 31, L. H. Eyland, Walsall, wool- len draper.-April 20, R. Franklin, Ferriby Sluice, Lincolnsh. miller.-March 28, J. Subscribers-only content

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    commerce, the poor Shliels and huts of the original fishermen into the substantial and opulent sea-ports of North and South Shields, which now crown the high banks. Passing rapidly beneath the old Priory of Tynemouth, the two light-houses of North Subscribers-only content

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    public meetings. Amongst them there are Hudder-field, Accrington. Woodside (over the Mersey from Liverpool), Kendal, Car- lisle, Newcastle-upen-Tyne, SunderlhUd. South Shields, Darlington, Rochdale, Holnfirth, Preston. Bascup, Derby, Nottingham, Belper, Hanley, Bilston, Dudley, Stour- bridge, Wolverhampton, Iron-bridge, Chorlev, Bradfo d, and Subscribers-only content

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    Mrs Biggs (witle of the Mayor of Leicester), being the amount ccllected by the Ladies' Committee, 901. IOs.; from South Shields, 31. IOs. 3d. ; from the work-people of Messrs Parr, Curtis, and Made- ley, 11. 6s. lId. ; from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    taken before the magistrates at Bakewell on Thursday, and committed. STEAMBOAT CoaIscor. - A very appalling accident happened at South Shields on Monday, which it is feared will be attended with a considerable loss of life. At about one o'clock Subscribers-only content

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    Fenn, Tardme'Iage, Brrn7rve cll CUTER and Painkers Wantedg for'Plate-glaes Warehousee GodwpsfrSed men.-Apply, by letter, to Box 31, Post Office, South Shields, 4613 ] UilTTERlS.-Wanted, experienced Man, for the bespoke trade.- - Ci Apply to B. Baylise, Islrkcet Place, Wedneesbiry. qlI48 Subscribers-only content

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    Bine Bricks.-Palce and terms. delivered at - South Shielda Station, to be seat to the Tyne Plate-glass Cowprny, at South Shields. 4S3 pe AB (private) Wanted new or second-hand i in good conditlen.- '.J -Addrew, 926, Daily Post. e90M _-1ARRIAGE.-Wanted, Subscribers-only content

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    at the rate of 16 per cent. The adcent a districts of Whikibamo Dunston Heworth, Hebburn, Jarrow, nd l South Shields, all of which have large business relations with Gates- I head. have large and inoreaeing populatlons. a Thebusinees and Subscribers-only content

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    took a hun--sr- bdreed posinlds' wvorth of jow ellery andi peivued it in Nevr- ZEK, dcastle, York, Sunderland, and South Shields, giving Ace a Loicester as their ad dress. 'Fhuy were comamitted for trial. Tais eMr. Walter Haskar applied on Subscribers-only content

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    parelcutarI Walshos Glaneworke, Rockiey- efulds flAWING-PIN ittanufwomrers arts reusestol to Send theIr D Namos to T. St. Daridsona, Architect, South Shields. c5575 I5SRs'sNG Wanted, by Highigate Angling Asocitie, river or Folthersvi!se, on Great Western or Miidland Railway.-Address, Secretary, Queen's Arms, Subscribers-only content

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    Joocph L. Thompson and Sons, way Company, Horwich. Sulerland. John Dickinson, Sunderland. Joseph T. Etrigham, South Josep T. ElTrinehamn, South Shields. FOVNN )S. l.I COELLERIS. P.. B Jackson and Co., sam. Neswtwn, Chambers, and Co., chester. oookingh m. T. EdingZon Subscribers-only content

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    City. A'Nzw Rtoxas_-ric Orru.m--On Saturda-y night wa.s rodueed for the first time on, any stags- at the Theatre W-ol South Shields, by Mr. Arthur Rouseby's Opera Corn pany, a new romantic opera in three acts entitled "Beiphegor,": the libretto being Subscribers-only content

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    ...;..4....... 27,766 30,319 1,099 2 Cambridge........I.....27,819 28,783 1,0 ClOxford.... 21,589.. 19,765, 1'638n A2 Cbatham . .....20,429 '11,817 1,339.. .1 South Shields ...j.... . 25974 '138,94 866 1 Boohdale ...... .29,... I199 22,933 1,205I. Tyireuioath and North Shields 9. 9,170 - Subscribers-only content

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    London, three at Manchester, and the remainder L at Gloucester, Bristol,, Swansea, Cardiff, Cheater, Worcester; Burflemr, Wa Nevcastl'-en1 Tyne, South Shields, Snalding, Louth; Peterborough, Thedford, Luton, St. Albans, and nineten other places. Fifteen of the preachers were Churchmen, aixteess Iliptists, Subscribers-only content

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    Lambeth, Surrey, improvements in poaches or receptacles for tobacdo and other articles, Dated January 14, 1861. Robest W. Swinburne, South Shields, Durham, improvements in the manufacture of glass plate, and In furnaces employed therein. Dated January 16, 1881I George Wbite, Subscribers-only content

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    G. QUILTER, Proprietor. UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE HOCKLEY QUOIT CLUB. WM. MCGREGOR MATL'HED FOr £5O. hTM. McGPEGOR, of South Shields, the far-famned v vChampionQuiot P'layer of Eugl.nd, hais undertakento PLAY 120 RINGERS us ninety ounut"e. eIghtoeu yards distance. eigit- Subscribers-only content

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    cotton manulactorer. Z. PARSOIS, Accrington, warper. J. NiATTINSON, Mlsanchester, draper. J. NCII OLSON, Slsnyside, innkeeper and draper. J. JACKSON, South Shields, jeweller. MARKETS, WAISALL CCORN BMARKIT, Yesterday.-Good attend- arec, hut litle business doi~ng. WhleatIs. per quarter lower thant last week, Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Hankey, MD.P: Mr. Wsalley, Mr. Mr. Wells. Sheffield (2) ..................... Mr. Roebuck, DLP. Mr. Hadfield, ALP. Mr. Mlundella. South Shields (1) ....... ... Mr. C. Al. Palmer. Mr. J. C. Stevenson. Stroud (2) ..... .. .. Rt. Hon. E, Subscribers-only content

 

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