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    Charles II, November 1670, 01 November 1670-30 November 1670

    [ S.P. Dom., Entry Book 25, f . 185. ] Nov. 28. Warrant for a grant to Cornelius Manley, of Bistock, co. Denbigh, of the office of constable of Harlech Castle, Merionethshire, with a market, fair, court of pye-powder, & Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    S. -Bellis and Co.. W6aict and Clowes, Shdrmptou and Tombs, Curtis and Cartil, IL Boa. took and Co.. and F. Bistock W. R. Baugast, J. lBiokerton Williams, Wm Gibion, W. HEun W. A. Smith, Amsert Phillps, Henry uilward (Redditoh), Signor Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    service by Lord and La~dy Lii-nore, vhore they still remrin for a few days; after which they will leave for Bistock, the Daue of St. Albans seat in Notting- ha.;nEhire, and -A ill subsequently proceed to Nice. THE ARMY. MAJOR.G0SNER&L Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    DANtRitOtUS LIVER CO'LAtNT ' AND SPAS.MS, IN r I TfrlE STOMACHI lEFFECTULTLY CUtRED. Copy of a Letter rom hc lr Bistock, Druggist, of Ash._ ton1-ntuder -Lyatc, dated July 31, lb52i. To ProieSsor IOIL.OWAY, )Dtvi Slit-! have much pleasure in handing Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    town, Mrs. Fallkner, Telict Of I 'iht Nit. Falkltier, uof Nilltinighasil, atrorney at law. ltSsaurday lasr, aged 29, Mr (U. Bistock. o1f tilis place.- ) al tile Local Preachers ill Ihe W~esleynar MIitirndi't Po stlin was dstitigiridled or lhis p Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Score:- IcTiESTOs X COBItERCIAla WEST UALT.AM (wuTcr nosE). G Goddard, b A. Topliis 8 H, Hollingrortlt, run out 21 0. Bistock, b A. Toplis . R. S. Foarn, b Goddard O P. Grady, rmlo out ..........2 F. Hobson, b Goddard Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    com- b Le uWitted suicide in his rooms in a most determined fashion a laMr. lrirce, whose friends reside at Bistock, Exmiouth, 0. sdma triculaited at. Christ Church lest October iterm atnd p dcame~up to Oxford on the 26th of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    yesterelay morning to have committed suicide in h.s rooms in a most determined fashion Mr Bryce, whose frienda reside at Bistock, Exmouth, matri- culated at Christ Church last October term and came m t<_ Oxford on the 2Gth of September Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    -BOARD AND LODGING.- A Person or Two may be accommotkted JX with BO AKD and LODGING, in a private Family, where the Rooms a'e«-o.,veii-ei_i- and in a pleavint, airy situation, in the neighbourhood of MALTON. Arefen -ice will be Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PROVINCIAL MARKETS. CORN MARKETS BIRMINGHAM, June 18.- There was a large supply of English wheat, for which much higher prices were asked ; but the trade closed dull, at about the currency of tbis day sennight. Barley Is per Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PROVINCIAL MARKETS- CORN MARKETS BRIDLINGTON, Sept. 28.- Wheat, 252 qra., at 54.=. O^d.; barley, 115 qra., at 40s 6d per qr. BARNARD CASTLE, Sept. 30.- New white wheat, 15s to 17s; old ditto, 13s to 15s; new red, 13s Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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