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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1, J. J. Weston, Craubrook, Kent, cattle dealer-October 30, W. Hfrdwick, Great Russell street, Bloomsbury, laceman-October 31, J. Jackson, South Shields, common brewer- December 12, T. M. Adams, Holton-le-Beakering, Lincolnshire, corn factor-No- vember 2, J. Lonabottom, Leeds, machine manufacturer-November 1, Subscribers-only content

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    Rt Croft, Liverpool, oil mercheants-Novesnber 29, G. Burnett and H. A. Thompson, NeweastIle upon-Tyne, soda tnanufacturers-November 29, 3. Bell, South Shields, Durham, ship broker-Novetmber 27, J. Woodhouse, Darlington, Dmvuhato, beltcher-November 29, 3. Steele, Newcasrte-upon-Tyet, innkeeper-No. vember 24, A. Leadbeater, Sheffield; Subscribers-only content

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    Jones and G. A. Hewitt, Derby, chemists-J. Hurry and C. F. Lott, Liverpool, wine merchants-J. Snowdon and Rt. Ness, South Shields, Durham, ship brokers-A., G. A., and C. J. Thrupp, Ox- ford street, coach builders; so far eas regards A. Subscribers-only content

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    tanner-April 18, G. J. Jones, Bristol, builder-April 16, iX. Flaig and J. Alexander, Bath, Somersetahire, watchmakers-April 16, E. Snowdon, South Shields, Durham, grocer-April 18, C. F. Gamne and M Telo, Liverpool, merchants-April 18, J. Carter, Liverpool, merchant-April 16, E. Ralsbeck, Subscribers-only content

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    Streader, O) ilSaO, Lancashire, coutractor for public works-May 1, W, and J. Lee, Sunder- land, Durhitm, ironfounders-May 17. J.tJaekson, South Shields, Durham, common brewer-May 16, J. E. Todhnliter, Darlington, Durham, bookseller-May I6, J. Angus, Berwick-upon-Tsweed. dealer in glass-May 16, J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    already incurred in respect of the residences is 74,0001. MIr J. Horn Twizell, eldest son of the iember for South Shields. was found dead in a shallow stream near Hexham, on Saturday last. From the evidence given at the inquest Subscribers-only content

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    [Simpson, Leeds.-NV. Hague, Maricliester, smaliware dealer. [Atkins, Manchester.-W. Meadowcroft, silne cow, Rochdtvld,. cotton spinner. [Atkinson land Co. Manchester.-WT. Bates, South Shields, Durham, builder. [Brignal, Durham. Dividends.-June 21, J. Patching, Henfield, Sussex, brewer-June 14, J. I' Wirastantey, King William street, City, Subscribers-only content

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    plumbers-W. Hears and Co. BislhpwearmufOtlh, fruiteerrOrspott andt Walker, Nottinghlam, millers-C. and A. R. Gabell, CrickhodCell solicitors- Anderson and Wilson, South Shields, chain manufacturers-WV. and C Speakman, Salfoid, Lancashire, cotton spinners-Berridge, James, and Son, Nottin tam, hosters- -G. Wickham and Son, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kirkland, Stoekport, Chieshire, joinisr. (Goolden, Siockport.-.Il. P. Gr Inch, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchiant. (SudlOow and Co., Bedford row.-J, And Rt. Davidson, South Shields, Durham, botchers. [Re Philipe, Gray~sino sqoare. -B. Dickenson, Crook, Durham, grocer. E[harle, SouthauPton baildiogs, Char. cery lane. Djvielcnads.VSeptembet 16, Subscribers-only content

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    Infirmary has been laid at Torquay, by the Prince of Oldenburg. A charter of incorporation has been granted to South Shields. Lieut. Ragg, one of the Military Knights of Windsor, died on the 23rd ult. The works upon the Swansea Subscribers-only content

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    Menagerie gave birth to two remarkably fine cubs last week, and strange to say, they are pure white ! South Shields has just received a charter of incorporation. The whole of the parliamentary boroughs in Durham and Northumberland have nOw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    towns: Buckingham, Carlisle, Penzance, Rochester, Hereford, Kendal, Ipswich, St Albans, Glou- cester, Stroud, Torquay. Devonport, Charlt-n-Eings, Weston-super- Mare, Liehfield, South Shields, Godalming, Sevenoaks. St Helens and Prescott (Lancashire), Glossop (Derbyshire), Macclesfield (Cheshire), Alrrinchais, Barnley, Canterbury, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Bilston, Walsall, Aldridge, Darlaston, Subscribers-only content

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    a counterpart to the memorial to the Board of Trade, were extensively signed by the seamen of North and South Shields en Thursday. Yesterday morning the fleet of colliers hauled out, and were getting ready for sea. They would sail Subscribers-only content

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    resolution, there seems a difference of opinion amongst the men as to the policy of such a step. The South Shields ship- wrights are still out, and the Hondon men turned out on Tuesday. lITERARY INseITrUTIO, KENTrre ToWN.-The annual meeting Subscribers-only content

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    to go to sea. A meeting of the seamen from both sides of the Tyne will be held in South Shields this afternoon, when it is fully antici- pated that the terms proposed by the delegates for the close of Subscribers-only content

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    from his intimate knowledge of the German and French languages. The mate of a vessel inamed the Amity. of South Shields, 'was "tarred and feathered " on Wednesday night, for having signed articles for lower wages than the amount fixed Subscribers-only content

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    gale was raging with all its might, on Friday night. The brig Seven Brothers, Mr Alexander Sibbald master, of South Shields, was driven on the sand, and immediately capsized. The master and three of the crew took to the jolly Subscribers-only content

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    Manchester square, surgeons-T. Huckrn ill and C. C. Sharp, Nottingham, starch manufacturers-J. M'Carney, J. w. Robinson, and C. Fairlamb, South Shields, provision merchants-T. Johnston and J. Montgomery, Liverpool, grocers-F. Carbutt and J. Good, Leeds, woolstapl-rs -W. and S. Barker-T. and Subscribers-only content

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    and J. S. Dewihurst, Emubsay, Yorkbhioe, cotton spinners-Jtinu ary 20, J. 1). Wood- cock. Leeds, calenderer-JanlarY 13, M- Pattison, South Shields, Durham, iron mottger-Jaontary 20, %V. XV. Speoce, Newcastie-upon-Tyne, woollen diaper- lanuary 23, [1. D. Stevenson, West Snuntside, Bi,hop Wearuoath, Subscribers-only content

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    the conse- queuces of which are not confined to his own case. As Mr P. Mather, a native of South Shields, was walking peaceably in the Via dei Martelli, in the company of his younger brother, about one p.m. of Subscribers-only content

 

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