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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Hail, Great James street. T. Shepherd, Claremont row, Pentonville, merchant, LVandercom and Comyn, Bush lane. J. and W. Smith, South Shields, rope-makers. [todgeon, Broad street buildings. J. Penlington, Liverpool, watch-manufacturer. [Leigh, Charlotte row. W. Wadley, sen. Woolwich, market-gardener. CBrooking, Lombard Subscribers-only content

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    recess Ministers would be prepared to do so. MACSINEERY, &C. Mr Hu)(s presented a petition from several seamen of South Shields, praying for a repeal of the Corn Laws. The Hon. Member also presented a petition from certain machioe-manufacturers residing Subscribers-only content

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    Bartlett's buildings. J. MILeod, Clement's lane, leather-seller. [Rankin, Basinghall street. P. Burkinyoun .Old lkent road ,coaclh-mraker. [WhitehouseThaviesinn. W. Tate, South Shields, draper. Clayton, Lincoln's inn. W. Blogg, Norwich, haberdasher. [Austin, Beckiagham stredL. W. Harrison, Arundel street, merchant. [Dods, Northumberland street. Subscribers-only content

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    the house, and the want of engines, it was very soon burnt down. The property was not insured. Is South Shields lately, a small house, occupied by an old woman named Morrison, and her daughter, fell in with a tremendous Subscribers-only content

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    the Forum:- 'iSir R. lXGUl rose to present two petitions against religions toleration; thene from Boltori-le.Mooraud the other from South Shields. The lion, Baronet denied that the petition from Glasgow spoke the opinions of is, inhabitants; and ,S to the Subscribers-only content

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    to 14. BA NKRUPTS. T. Poole, Fore-street, linen-draper. [Fisher, Walbrook-buildings. G. P. Drake, Stepney-green, carpenter. [Williams, Copthall-court. E. Robson, South Shields, boat-bui der. [Burn, Doctors'-onmons. E. Brattan, Northwich, Chesbire, upholsterer. [Roarke, Furnival's-inn. R. Reed, Birmingham, gun-maker. [Alexander and Son, Carey-street. Subscribers-only content

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    Kempson, M. A., of Sidney Aussex College, Cambridge, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter *of the late Thomas Robertson, Esq., of South Shields, Durham. On the 3d inst., at St. Gluvias, Cornwall, the Rev. Horatio Todd, A. M., second son of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    places were thernseverally voted to stand part of schedule D, without opposition:-Halifax, Huddersfield, Kidderminster, Maccles- field,. Oldham, Roehdale, Salford, South Shields, Stockport, Stoke-upon- Trent, Tynemouth. w Kendal, on-the suggestion of Mr. Cnoraa, was postponed. 'Warrington and Whlitbl agreed to. Whitehaven Subscribers-only content

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    1 1 69 5 296 North Shields, &c. Feb. 16 ...... .... 66 3 2 7 60 290 7 South Shields Feb. 16 .............. 0 1 0 0 I 8 4, Hetton, Feb. 16 .................... 26 4 4 6 20 Subscribers-only content

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    0 1 7 95S 301 North Shields, &c. Feb. 23 ....... . 47 4 2 4 45 3Y3 91 South Shields, Feb. 23 .2 0 0 0 2 11 6 1etton, Feb. 23 .12 10 4 7 11 473 96 Subscribers-only content

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    1 0 0 3:96 302 North Shields, Merton. &c. Feb. 29 . 31 1 0 3 29 330 97 South Shields, Feb. 29 . I I 0 1 0 0 ] I 6 I-letton, &c. Feb. 29 . , 7 Subscribers-only content

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    majority, 14. REFORMII BILL. The house went into committee, and it was moved that South Shields stand part of schedule 1.-Mr. CRoxzn moved that "South Shields, North Shields, and Tynemouth" be united, and stand' in the place of "South Shields"-Lord Subscribers-only content

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    . 3 1 00 4 970 303 North Shields, &c., MarccS.. * _ 26 0 03 23 337 98. South Shields, March 5 ..... 2 0 00 214 6 5'West Blarbis,March 7 . . 0 0 00 0 0 0 Subscribers-only content

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    o mz . x, X d North Shields, Merton, &c. March 15.. 8 0 0 0 8 339 98 South Shields, March 15 ...... ..... 0 1 0 1 0 15 6 Musselburgh, March 14 ............... 0 3 0 0 Subscribers-only content

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    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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    other places ..... .... 46 35 Total .1 1816959 '1klitk ,UUNATRY. *Newcastle, Marcc 29 ............. Ely, Canbridgeshire, MarcIl 30. South Shields, March 29. Portobello, March 28....... Edinburgh, March 28............. Water of Leith, March 28.............. Canon Mills, March 28 .............. Stockbridge, Subscribers-only content

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    to retirse the payment of taxes until a full and efficietit reform should be granted. At Liverpool, Manchester, Wolverhatlptot, South Shields. Glasgow, Leeds, Falnmouth, Slieffield, Tauniton. Bonstl, VWarvickri ilvioolul, Exeter, and oltoen, isimilar meetinigs have been held, aid spirited pet Subscribers-only content

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    also showed, that Gateshead was fully entitled to representation. The amendment was negatived,-Gateshead, Huddersfield. fKidderinsiuter, Kendal, Rochdale, Salford, Teigilmouth, South Shields, Wakefield, and Walsall, were then ad led to the schedule, with very little conm-teilt. On the question for Whitby, Subscribers-only content

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    to obtain redress for that and other grievances from a reformed parliament. Congregations had been established at Ramsgate, Sunderland, South Shields, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Madras, Calcutta, Hobart Town, V an Die- man's Land, and at various places on the Continent.-Dr. RE'Es Subscribers-only content

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    may be inferred from their sometimes shouting, ' Napoleon Buonaparte for ever !"' Sir Nicholas Fairless, a Magistrate of South Shields, was violently as- saulted by some colliers on Mlonday week. Hle was riding on his pony between Barns and Subscribers-only content

 

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