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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prest-J. Edge, Esq. (Cihief Bailiff), in the chair; blesses. J. lhlacintyre, 4, Maddeck, 5. Goodall, H. Boon, E. Wehlley, It Baughton, AL Shaw, (I. W~igley, 3. Vernon, and 3. Whittingham; wa r. J. Lowndi s (clerk), Mr. ta. Hales (surveyor), Subscribers-only content

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    dratlnd.-To view tae Peprcw apply to Mr. Godwin, King's Head. Sidbury Street Wor- Vosr. Tsr full particulars, to Mr. Hunt, Baughton B8l, bevorn W3oks Worcestershire; or B. T. Poberts, 1sl., Palaco Yard, Worcester. iT% be 801 to pay 10 per Subscribers-only content

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    etretched toward Frank, as asking hbu forgiveness ZILl It was from Sir Richard that I heard what had hapetnec at Baughton. Quitting Yoskshire the very next day, h had hurried beck to London, to demand from Mis Fleet wood some Subscribers-only content

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    Coleman. J. Col by, Ado re , Vansovrnd on ck, J. C, Ward, W. Pitt, P. Ferg. Molinaer. Breughel, M, Baughton. rwir P. Rely, Hondekoeler, &c., WAdTER-CoLOUR DRAsWINGS, and Sixty Dozen of ON WEDNESDAY NEXT. The ANTIQUE FUBNITURE iuArntonrRosn, co'lection Subscribers-only content

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    to the house and seeking shelter in the tramp ward. Mr. Clover protested against such remarks as a slander upon Baughton, and- Mr. Shannlon Eaidit was to he hoped that what had talken place would act as a, warning, and Subscribers-only content

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    report, and take immediate steps to remedy the evil. TIPTON. EXPOSING Ds1nAsEm PoRK FOR SALE.-At the Police Court, yesterday, 1Richard Baughton was fined 40s. and costs for exposing for sale seven pieces of diseased pork kn a stall in Owen Subscribers-only content

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    -ynnerdley depis linrmaltni), 'Lord Li , Mr Bolton King, Mi. P. Diolns, Mr. W. James, Mir 3. JEffray, Mr4 B." Baughton, W. J. Y, Unettj Mr. W. E. Child,, Mr.. W. Greavee, Mr. J. 9Hatherell, Mri 11,- Esnamden, 'Mr; . Subscribers-only content

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    may be seen at the Company's Offires; and all particulare obtained either there or from the Engineers, Mtessrs. Lawford and Baughton, 1, Weetminster Chambers, Victoria Street, London. Tend ers addressed to the Chairman must be rent Into this Offire on Subscribers-only content

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    to Colitiiile to woear the tu1iform or thle Trenlsns Otl h1is Daitett it. Oated March 14, 1871-. -1ie0utenant Els;ei;rd 111ly Baughton Warsi tieagi l; Leigh itaigri l sonic S~ion, also is Waerdmittet to rcatait is skne, uni to cntill nu Subscribers-only content

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    years' police X) supevison, nd vansto ix serihs'imprisonment and pi was charged wvith maliciously inflictin greosbdl P berm upon John Baughton, 212, Cromwl Sret dn h Z0ths November. Mr. Stubbins appesrdfrtepoen tl tiont, and Mr. H. Smith deferrded.-The prsctrsado ls Subscribers-only content

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    garden. Bent £19. 1to. 0252 ELGBAVE Street (7d4l-Good Dwelling]omase, enitablefor Shop. BBent £P1,16. Io per annum. 02218 T TIRCHFIELD )Oakileld, Baughton Bed.- Md Villa.: BLPtwo large mecenoto, live bed rooms, hon OlD wtrin bath] and lavatory: good garden. £35. per Subscribers-only content

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    Broadmoor Common, Woolhops, e Herefordshire, wood dealer. is Mmmsct JONEs, Broadmoor Common, Woolhope, a 0 Herefordshire, woodman. IIENrlY G. MontIs, Baughton, near Rill, Crooine, W;orceestersliire, licensed victualler. d PARThERSHIP DISSOLVED. H1. J. Robinson and H. F. Ml. Weils, trading as Subscribers-only content

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    Joiner's Square, Hanley, inn- keeper; December 5. JoiiN DAvIEs, Edginond, rear Newport, Salop, veterinary surgeon; December 5. HsL~tY G. Moanis, Baughton, near Hill Croome, Worcestershire, leensed victualler; December 6. JORMS H. PAYNE (deceased), late Tything, Worcester, butcher; December 6. NOTICES Subscribers-only content

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    printer. First and linal d!vidend. 5s. Sd. in the pound; payable at 23, Colrsoro Row, B~irminghamo. . HENRY G. Mounts, Baughton. near Hill Broome, VWorcestershire, litensed victualler. First and final dividend, 4s. Sd. in thle pound; payable at 23, Colmore Subscribers-only content

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    be/I- Street ltld Still Street, its the Le-Iinod~s, its Leeds. aitd Il/w in tile OCcup~ati as Of Janlices llonelwer, ThIomas_ Baughton, Alfred Irelanid, George Pitllistor, arid 0t lets. T ile E/t.,te will be p/It lip latna um to be nan/cd Subscribers-only content

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    Close," also at Raugh- ton, conataining IA. 31t. 383. Lot 4. A Close of LAND, called "Cross Gill," also at Baughton, contilning 5A. Int. lip. Lot S. MONCASTEP. FARM on Broadfield, in the Parlshes o Hesket-in-the-Forest and Dal-ton, consisting of Subscribers-only content

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    Mrs. SARAH DlWs, both of Heokmdudwike. Same d&y, ntitho ladependent obapel, Droyloden, bythe Rev. Char. Biogloy, Mr. .2ABE LeE, of Baughton, to nzseonA, daughtee of Mr. Wht, urcruoulse,of Ashbysde-Lend. Lincoluleire. * $','J On tho 23tb nIt., at our parish church. Subscribers-only content

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    The Gold Fields of Australia. By A. Geikie, P.B.S. Tics Lebeuring Force of tin Human Heart. By the Rev. Sonnol Baughton, P.R S. Tire FertiilceGon of Wlnter.Plowsrlrrg Plants. ByAlfrodW. lItnItli, P.T.a. Science and the PnblicEealth: ByProfeseor Cocfi?ld. Practical Ocology. By Subscribers-only content

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    districts around Leeds; by Mr. F. S. Powell (Wigan), from Idle; by Mr. W. H. Fitewilliam (S. W. Riding), from Baughton and Moseley; by Sir J. hameden (E. W. Riding), from Heddlessly and Ashington; and in favour of the Marcied Subscribers-only content

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    John Wither. Mq , lA-sgow; A. Hcss, . R , Cushendall; IR. Johnston, IBsa., selfast: Johl, Blacker, Esq., Belfast; Jos. Baughton. Esq, Carlisle; P. 11,sitland, Eeq, Cultosa; William Shearer, Esq , Fortwiiliam; the National Opera Co.smpany (14); J. S. BtprcA Subscribers-only content

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