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    , Bageshete [co. Surrey ] , manor, 27. Bagshot Bailly , in Windsor forest, 240. Bagthwayte , John, vintner, 1138. Bagton , Barkedon [in West Allington parish, co. Devon ] , 1109. Bailly , Bayly, Baili, David, skinner, 758. -, Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    R PAST AID SOCIETY. ~ UAL MEETING of th Le s Aociatiou woill be held Th,(rfl Court., Town 11a11. atsen clk, T2HIS EVENING. ; arhTicentilhird. iit:tj ANON SAVAGE, Rector of Nasneaton, near Coventry, 7b e.j XABS BIARDSLEY, Reetos of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Boston Iseld, Livegpool, and left for New York: liussia (i.e.), New York, anud lett dor Liverpool; Propontie (ae.a)l Liverpoal for Bagton: Liccis GCowan, Iiio Orsrnds,-Soib'd- Kepler, far Grsenoek, iRaclkers, G-reenec s- tide.en,-ay 27th, Veosase, frt m Ris Grands Idfor Qit, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BROTHERS', NEW PATENT BUS- ? PENSOB.Y CHAIR, appreved by the Queen sad Prince lbentpatronlaedandusedhy tkoK.ing o a sstbeDukeof Wel- j Bagton, Earl of Yarborough, and several of the nnbtll?? strongly to. sommended by the faculty for invalids; of itself yia Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    " Gazette " Office, w _[ ROLL Turner Wanted for Night Work. Apply to Manager, Rise Carr Rolling Mills, Dar> Bagton. * 10 Clerks, Assistants, &c., Wanted. QUANTITY Surveyor.- The Corporation of Middles- brough require the services of a Prof Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    banda, 7 jears rtd; all quiet and good workers; owner no further use for them; slso larness to suit. Apply Bagton HoteL Station-street, Middlesbrough 9 CtHILDS Ka>y For Sale ; quiet and safe. Apply The J Beams, Lintharpe. D~UCKS for Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Thursday, Stonton Vvyville, 11. •" " Dartmoor-Monday, Avonwick, 11.30 ; Thursday, Radford House-: Saturday, Ernie Bridge, 11. J Devon, South-Tuesday, Bagton ; Saturday. Colehays Cross, 11. Durham, North- Monday, Brancepcth; Wednesday, Rainton Bridge ; Friday, Urpeth, 10.45. Durham, South- Monday, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of Council at Bombay, and grandson of Sir Harford Brydges, bart. to Caroline, youngest daughter of Thomas Atkinson, esq. of Bagton HMise, in tbe county of Devon. Died, on Wednesday, at Anglesey House, Lieut- General John Ross, C . B. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. The Bishop, with the advice of the newly-constituted Board of Patronage, haa conferred the vacant living of Wednesfield on the Rev. J. Birch, who is of thirteen years' standing in the diocese, and haa been for some Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE ROYAL MAIL STEAMER ESSEQUIBO OVERDUE. Considerable anxiety is felt at this port, as well as in London, as to the safety of the Boyal Mail Steam- packet Company's steamer Essequibo, one of the vessels engaged in the intermediate Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    COMMISSIONERS OF HIGHWAYS. An adjourned general monthly meeting of the Commissioners ?! H Jr*_f_- *** ****, ** *** ********** Newport, oa Wednesday. Mr. J. Blake presided; and there were present Messrs. Roacb, ¥* c __ k :w Ww * Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SHIRLEY AND FREEMANTLE LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. ANNEXATION AGAIN. Mr W A Eillby presided at a meeting of this Board, held at the Offices, Shirley. on Wednesday. Amongst those alao present were : Messrs T F Armstrong, A Warden, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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