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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. CLERKS OF BENhFIT SOCIETIES ABSCONDED.-A considerable sensa- tion has been excited at Dunrow, by the sudden disappearance of Mr. Benjamin Cheek, a schoolmaster, who, for more than five years past, had been clerk to two benefit Subscribers-only content

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    wine-merchant. [Adlington &Co., Bedford-row. T. Cobb a Co., North Newton, paper-mnaker. [Meyrick and Cox, Red Lion-sq. 3. Pry, Bath,carrier. [Nicholls, Cook's-court, Lincoln's-inn. W'. Mlascord, Oxford, grocer. [Cupes, South-square, Gray's-inn. J. Witherby asid A. Foler, South Shields, ship-builders. [Lowrey, Guildford-st., Wilmington-square. Subscribers-only content

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    DURenA M.-On tire 7th September, Mr. Hedwvorth Larribton. one of ithe candidates for tire northerit division of Durham, visited South Shields. Ott that occasion Mr. Russell Blowlby, solicitor, (a candidate) made a speech, in which lie described Mr.Braddyll, Mr. Lambton's 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

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    unt., a deputation of ladies, repre- sentioi1 the friends of- Mr. Gowan, and the supporters of independent ,rincipes in South Shields, waited upon Mi-. Detrosier, and presented to him, in trust for Mr. Gowan, a splendid diamond ring, bearing the Subscribers-only content

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    last week. In one case almost the entire property of Mr. M, Collin, an industrious farmer at Monckton, near South Shields, and overseer of the poor, consisting of buildings, farming stock, and agri. cultural produce, has been consumed. The local Subscribers-only content

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    rance in the use of them, she has been pearectly cured." " Mr Robert Cassels, uear the Gas Works, South Shields, has for several years been afflicted with a severe bilious disorder; after trying various means, without any good effect, Subscribers-only content

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    tire people." Thre same journal states that a simnilar address is in course of signature from the householders of South Shields; -There is speedy promise of some stout siruggles in the electiofleering way, Mr. Freshfieldr, the bank solicitor, is to Subscribers-only content

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    have the bill introduced and discussed. Mr DivaET then, after presenting petitions from the licensed victuallers of Exeter, Stockport, South Shields, and other places, against the act of last session for increasing the duties on spirit licences, proceeded to move, Subscribers-only content

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    Near Hythe, Mrs Elizabeth Hyder, aosed t.5 Mr Robert Clubb, of Sadbury. aged 94. At Weymoesth, Major-General Cole. At South Shields, Mrs Robson, aged D8 - At Blaston. Leicester, in his 94th ycai, the i'er. Jihn t)s'ley, S years Rector Subscribers-only content

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    Connaught sq., bricklayer. [Low, Upper Gloceoter place, Regent's park. 3.Cantellow, Browulow ot., Holboros, plasterer. [Badham, Gray's inn. R. Battley, South Shields, Durham, woollen draper. [Johnson &C o., Temple. S. Fr'anceys, Liverpool, bookseller. [Taylor & Co., Bedford row. E. Taylor, Lower Subscribers-only content

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    wnerchant.-Nov. 27, J. Boniface, Easter- gote, Sussex, maltster.-Scpt. 30, J. Walton. Kingsthorpe, Northamptonshire, maltster,- Oct. 2, Al. Morris, jun., South Shields, shipowner.-Oct. 2, T. Hum. Pus, jun., Norlhampton, grocer.-Oct. 19, F. C. Spencer, Halifax, wine merc hant. -:-Oct. 5, R. Subscribers-only content

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    & Co., Lincoln's inn fields. S. Cartley, Golden la., St Luke's, licensed victualler. [Keane, Gray's inn sq. R. Taylerson, South Shields, Dssrhan., shipowner. [Tyas, Beaufort buildings. T. Tempest, Leeds, grocer, [Dingevail, New Bank buildings. W Finney, Stole-upon.-Trent, Staffordsh., grocer. [King, Subscribers-only content

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    there are four more in contemplationi; namely, the Brandling Junction llailway, which is estimated to cost I10,0001; the Gateshead, South Shields, andd Monkwearmouth Railway, which is estimated at 150,0001; tile Morpeth and Shields Railway (formerly Morpeth and Newcastle, with a Subscribers-only content

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    Kerr, Manchester, merchant. [Johnson & Co. Temple. J. M. Fisher, Manchester, woollen draper. [Johnson & Co. Temple. J. Smith, Salford, Lauacash. victualler. [Norris & Co. (t. Orrmond at. H. Hall, South Shields, ironmonger. [Meggison & Co. King's rd. Bedford row. Subscribers-only content

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    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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    reviewed by George 11, and the troops marched out of the metropolis with the Duke of Cumberland.-Taunton Courier. At South Shields, Mary M'Kie, aged .105, retaining her mental and bodily faculties to the last. We have received an announcement from Subscribers-only content

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    be taken. Mr Dlarby is said to have been selected as the Tory champion. Sryiecm (Sonuth). -The representation of South Shields is contested. The can- didates are, Mr Ingham, barrister, the present member, andd Ar Palmer, whose principles are decidedly Subscribers-only content

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    R. H. Clove Somerset, East (2) W - W. Miles Sonscrset, West (2) - - T. D. Acland * South Shields () - - - R. Ingham Southamspta s4) ' - - A. R. Dottsn Stafford, North (2) - Hon. Subscribers-only content

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    supported bh James Nelson, Abraham Story. Esq. the Rev Mr I3loisess, W. Mat- iaere Esqa, James lather, Esqn of South Shields, &e. &c. After the faDth L'ad been drawn, and the custonmary loyal toasts drank, the Earl of Durhar entered Subscribers-only content

 

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