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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and, after a well contested game, resulted in favour of the home team by four points only. Quarry Ba7J:: IT. Barrock 9, Wlliaams 12, Iazs 13, Trauter n, P. Parrock G, Bache 1, Jos. Parrock B, GrIco 13; total 69. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dlay, at Higher Ardwick, aged 68. MARY, widow of Mr. ADIsER T (CDt'coc, of -Newton Heatht. do Same dlay, at Barrock, Cismalsrlatid, aged 70, War. J~imns, Eocq, of O~is the 3rd loot,, hi Paris, aged 78, JoHN DITcaHF'ELtD, Bag. for- Subscribers-only content

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    ITEEDS BAKENG COMPANY. PRANGE'S CLAIM,-J1JUD@BENT. (Before Vice-Chancellor Sir B. T. KurDosLrv.) The Vice-Chancellor gave judgment in this case yesterday. Be said this was an adjourned summons arising out of a claim under the winding-up of the Leeds Banking Company Subscribers-only content

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    John ILegh, of tyme Park, Disley Stockport; Mr. John Coutts Antrobus, of Eaton X1al, 6ongleton. CtUA[na1nrsnD.-Mr1. WVillitm Edward James, of Barrock iPnrk; Sir Robert Brisco, Bart., of Crofton Hall; Mr. John Ewart, of Wingfield House. DFlRnvsnmE-Mr. Edwnrd Saeheverell Chandos Pole, Subscribers-only content

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    ?2,011m T ntl. etc. FTjELzDSCORN EXCHAINGE ESTATE OF~ICES. me WILLj~IAM COO, Anctioneer. Lcad aud Lstate Agent, itfa SAtE and to LET every cl-s of LAND end REMIDENTIAL LC1TATES in motparts of England. "EstatO Register" gratisi. Jo. 31, CLARIENDON-ROAD.-For SALE Subscribers-only content

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    observations. 5 Tenement in Done. IA w'eil.seoured Rhodee. . re. 8 fouse and Premises . d 2 groumdrent. situete in Barrock Strret and Kl. laogey Street, in Threi etIs lot the Town oflion.. a good House, re. ghadee ... 47 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Public IWork shonld post notice of such intention on, or _immediately adjacent to, the door of every Poliee Station or Barrock in the Parish, wherein the worok r I wa which their application shall relate Is proposed r to be Subscribers-only content

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    PUBL] CATIONS. Just Published, P20ce 's 65, Post Free, W'%tE R;E1ORMED CHURCH OF IRELAND IQ 5 la7-18S6). 3y the Right Hon.J.- T. BALL, LL.D., D.COL. (Ex-Lord-CtianiCellOr of Ireland). laODGES, FIGGIS, &s CO, Publishers to the University. 446 TILL STGTRx21'LY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    re.atkoehip of 3 and daughter, The younger u-an ( andGowan) was charged-first, with bole 0 10 and disorderiy in Horse Barrock Row at t o'clock in the afternoon, and, secerdy- - cruelly treating her infant child. The prS who had Subscribers-only content

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    tb. ditto-Leeds lidthl-Noval Scents Itle GINCIA N'rtt. ltt- Mrtcallst r ae Grlroodier Guanis, Ist battaliort-,it.tblattiichester NWinilsor it~lh-Poi-rfsw~t nitso, 4.r blt-Weliltigtor Barrock. Itt-i'srrfnm~ahth Ditto, :1.1 batl- %\ ittttt tror 6911-Crttottt ;chuester C(ltdtreoast Guardls, Ist battalion- * l-I ntihto \\. losr' .XVed Subscribers-only content

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    the Brothers Newland (Niggers). )AISLEY, THEATRE ROYAL, TO LET. Redecorated sld Painted, and ready for immediate opening. Licensed. Population. iOOOO. Barrock Toson. Replete with Neon Scenery and Properties. Address, Mr. SEaNY TT, Adelpli-place, Coatbridge. pEADING.-THE ASSEMB I BY ROOMS; (with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rhareholdes1 inthii company was held in the Town Hall, Carlisle, on Thursday, at nh 4 'N. J A0RS, Ekq., of Barrock Plark, presloent of the board ot dterc in the chair. The following report was read seatuansnlxoul sdopted:- "The mannal Subscribers-only content

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    OR SYDNIEY Direct.-Notice to Passiengers. F t'op osb n passage 30 ituainvs.-Thxo splendid stew teak-built clipper TfII8AC] AN. 1 N0 tons burden, J. R. LUCK&S (late of tItt iron ,Itp,wr Rosarlo) Commtantder, Is now loadintat the Jetty, London It Subscribers-only content

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    MR. BRIGHT, M.P., AND -N. W Jep Ilie bllowing additional correspondetceh p'ace between Mr. Bright, M.P., and Mr. W. 3amee "Barrock-paiknaCrl "Sir,-FSome person has sent me a cy' MY 1 Nzaminer newspaper of Saturday llsc, t 'ft1eCcct. which I Subscribers-only content

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    7 2 E.8JW.EiCO KBLEC'ION £RRNGB.EBN2. the ci The Northern Reform Union, who had a vigilance view, cOnmiittloe appointed to Watch the late election at B~erwick, the lst are taking sactve measures to bring out all the facts of cte~ Subscribers-only content

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    NOMIN ATION OF SHERIFFS. iOn, On Saturday morning, "the morrow of St ina, Martin," the nomination of sheriffs for the various counti; eld, of England and Wales, with the exception of Lancter an, olt, Cornwall, the sheriffs of which Subscribers-only content

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    ttanbruptg, Set FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE- Nov. 9. PAxenrastsTHirs Dissolved.- C. and W. Knowlee, Briatal, Yorkshire, aud elsewhere, sewing machine makers. Cleaton and Bowdexi, Liverpool, general brokers. Robinson and Halliwull, Ashtou-under-Lyne, waste dealers. Crawford and Barrett, Pendleton, Lancashire, flax spinners. Subscribers-only content

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    after- noon, after a considerable deal of thunder and light- ning, a dense whitish cloud was observable, appa- rently about Barrock, which advanced with great rapidity, and, on its nearer approach, presented the appearance of the waves of the sea Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS- V Announcements of Births, or of Mairiages aud Deaths with intimation that other notification to friends will not be given, are charged as Advertisements. ~ .*.„ BIRTHS. Un * nday, 2Ut„ at Great Barton, the Subscribers-only content

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    Holt Wilson, Esq., of Redgrave Hall, Suffolk, with Miss James, of Barrock Park. A very elegant triumphal arch of evergreens and flowers was erected at the lodge eutrance of Barrock, and a second lighter arch, evincing considerable taste, in Low Subscribers-only content

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