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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    other cases. Ma'. B111GIre OX lFisr TFAuEm-At a meeting in sUp. port of Mr. Coote's candidature for Cambridgeshire, held at Bassington last night, a letter was read from MIr. Brighlt, in reply to the Rev. T. J. Lawrence, vicar of Subscribers-only content

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    Bankruptcy Coast, London. Adams C. Bromley, builder, Sept. 26, at 1 Barltrop J., Essex-road, Islington, bootmalker, Sept. 20, at 11 Bassington J., Curtinin-rosd, Slhoreditch, ironfounsder. Sept. 27, at 11 Blacker A., Islingten, milliner's asisitant, Sept. 26, at 12 Brampton T. Subscribers-only content

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    a handsomre rieco of plato. 4. That the following ganUemen he an Executive (omvIttoe:- fessrs. Bruce, J. 0. Butter, l. Bassington. Henry Dixon, T. W. Gcorge, 3. H. Hopper, Trom. Harlend, ]t. J. Hndqoa, Juoa Jowitt, 3. C. BInifht, B. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thu he would meet with a Bassingbourn in Cambridgeshire, i Bassingfield in Notts,.a Bassingham and a Bassingthorpi in Lincoln, anda Bassington in-Northumlberland.: Side b3 side with these ha. would naturally place Basing and Basingstoke in jIa S {aokalso Bessingby in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a letter which had been received from Mr. M'Mordie, Belfast, to the effect that Mr. Gale. of the firm of Bassington & Gale, valuators, Dublin, who was a witness in five land claims, was unwell and could not attend, and Subscribers-only content

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    Sauce beat Derby Day iI. Wild West beat Cosmopolitt. Lord Neversettle beat Love in Idleness Xlack Friar beet Silver Pin. Bassington beat Monkton Denes Dragoon Lad beat West Ryo. Carracey beat, Atlantic. Orator beat The Saddle. Mounatain Chief beat Morals. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the prisoner in loading the weapon and presenting it at the prosecutor.-He was then committed. A MISCREANT SCsOOLxcASTPR,-Awell-dressed fellow named Bassington ONeal Davis, a schoolmaster, living at No. 10, Cloth-fair, City, was charged with assaulting a young man named Walthen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    b Suzden .. 9 C. Sgden, DI 1 landel. 10 De Lange, b Lanrford . A. Woodman, b Bnoassington Go Bassington, bI Lawford 0. 9 J. Lawford, b Mariu . 9 Rolls bi Wyatt . . 24 C Geary, not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Margaret Davies, aged 3 years, brother and sister. aThe attempt was meot determined and deliberate. ln tho neighbourhood of Bassington a. number of navvies are eam- ,-nloyed by Mesere. Smith, Knight, and Cmo, the contractors S Ftor the Doncaster Subscribers-only content

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    would meet with a Bassingbourn in Cambridgeshire, a Bassingfield in 2sotts, a Bassingham and a Bassingthorpe in Lincoln, and a Bassington in Northumberland. Side by side with these he would naturally place Basing and Basingstoke in Hants, it not also Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    acquitted. Attempted Mdbdbb Through Jealousy.- An attempt to shoot a young lady in consequence of jealousy has bean committed at Bassington, about six miles from Oxford. It appears that a young man named Henry Rolles, the son of a farmer Subscribers-only content

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    ZslicaColt Crytheia Colt Athlete ... Salisbury Cup. Two ran. Kidbrooke _ Little Emma colt 3 Longfoed Castle Stakes. Two ran. Bassington ... ... ... ... _ The Shah .*.'.' o Longleat Stakes. Five ran. Maybell gelding m t Codicil 2 Subscribers-only content

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    CalyP8 ° *' A,le " Longfobd Castle Stakes.- Bassington 1. Th< Shah 2. Two ran. South Westebn Railway Plate.- lncurable colt ' to IM uy 2 ' Cart »>n Lecture 3. Four ran. 0 V1 L , T ? N Subscribers-only content

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    the brown mare. The mare was sold in Manchester, but witness did not know to whom. Joseph Yates lived at Bassington, in the county of Derby. In December, 1845, he went into the service of Mr. J. Richards, at Gotham, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    either have repelled, or been killed by them. A murder, equal in atrocity to that ofthe Marrs*, was committed near Bassington, in, Essex, on Satur- day sennight. A poor labouring man, of tbe name of Lowe. had for a number Subscribers-only content

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    assignees at ele\ en. INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT, PORTUGAL-STREET. Unopposed. George Henry Knott, Thomas Willis, Joseph Partnan, Joseph Brassington, sued as Bassington. Adjourned.- Joseph Low, George Blacklidge. Opposed.- Jobn Sargeant, Alexander Gibbs, John Joseph Brown. Jeremiah Challenger Wooster, John Tibbs, Stephen Subscribers-only content

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    There were no fewer than f >.'t.]. candidates for the first appointment, three onl) of m, Messrs. Hughes. Pole, and Bassington, were se- ' r election by the court on a subsequent day, and on«, outof eight, as clerk of Subscribers-only content

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    an ° thw - *™>- CONSISTORY COURT. <f AY- 3l. In re goods of Ann Spark, deceased. fC i?^*S?i Bassington v. Bassington ; Furlonger v. Furlonser llK^Saunders v. Saunders ; Furlonger v. Furlonger. 29. Grey v. PREROGATIVE COURT. dAY- 2B. Subscribers-only content

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    v. Atnge, Newbon v. Halton, farmer v. Kenton, Keene v. Hose Jones v. Savage, Lee v. Normald, Hardy v. Brickstone, Bassington v. Clarke.-Sit at eleven. VICE-CHANCELLORS' COURTS.-Wednesday. (Before Vice Chancellor Wigr.m ; Fitch c. Webkh.-A question of some importance arose Subscribers-only content

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    Booth, at 2- R. G. Newman, at 2- C. Holmes, at 2. Before the Hon. W. Spring Rice.- Private : Bassington, at 11- Weiner and Co., at 12- Lambert, at I- Gregory, at 2. Mr. Commissioner Holroyd is the Commissioner Subscribers-only content

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