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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. T. Heater and P. Bllundell, Abingdsn, surgeons - Batt and Rumley, Newport, Isle of Wight, surgeons-J. Thompson and Co. Blackhill, Durham, ironfounders-Barber, Nephew, and Cobb, Fenchurch street, brokers; as far as celates to T. W. Cobb-W. Deane and W. Subscribers-only content

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    murder occurred in Scotland on Tues- st 88 day night. JOHN MILLER, an old man, who kept the si _ Blackhill toll-bar, near Dunblane, was attacked by as r some persons who are at present unknown, and was ce at Subscribers-only content

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    CHALMERS Was executed within the walls of the Perth county prison, for the murder of M ILLER, a toilkeeper at Blackhill, in December last. Since his conviction the condemned pri. soner has behaved with the greatest coolness, and has repeatedly Subscribers-only content

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    of the lady known in life as the "Countess of Derwentwater," the claimant to the Derwentwater estates, svere interred at Blackhill Cemetery, Durham, on Sunday, Herr Werner Siemens has formally asked the Berlin Town Council to allow the construction of Subscribers-only content

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    on the 4th ult. two eggs were stolen from a b partridge's nest, on thoe Earl of Dudley's property, atf Blackhill, near Wombourn, and the mother bird was Gi killed. The five defendants were found upon the property u searching Subscribers-only content

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    Ruon ox A ItrINrtc Cl.ur.-The West Ridin oulice nade an important raid on a private gaulblittg establish- 3 mein at Blackhill, near Biradford, onl S5undae, nineteen constables in disguis3 s.:rroundingx a house occupied by a man narec *Warbuirton, in which Subscribers-only content

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    the true qual- tity, but often thle result of storage or reservoirs small as they msay be. But remove the Blackhill dam, as no doubt will be A the case if this bill does not pass, and there will be Subscribers-only content

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    place. 'he police, however, with Sergeant Bell and a private officer belongiug to the Durham con- d stabuslary, stationed at Blackhill, interfered, and peace was restored, theyarrestingatthe same time anuIrishman named Peter Kelly, a notorious character in such affrays. He Subscribers-only content

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    J ILUNlJ-ATIC.-O.Thnrdny last, amn,wholibelhevedtobolnosse, atthacked ad stabbed two women, one on the Adel and Arthington- Cod eid theotherat Far Brearoy, Blackhill, near iAdel. o ts rather short, and had on a short jacket, and vwas drese somnething _ hkoea m Subscribers-only content

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    Ford on ....... 10 30 Saturday .. Birdsall House., 10 30 HAynOig ............ Wednesday The Kennels.... 10 0 Saturday .. Blackhill ....10 .0 DaRIIAX CoUnrv. .,, Wednesday Twizell Bridge... 10 46 Thursday.. Steney Gate,,.. 10 46 TYNME ,......... Wednesday Bywell Subscribers-only content

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    its pretensions ?-Paris Liter. IIUNTING APrONTMEiNTS. Loan MMnDLETON's. Saturday .. Birdsall House_ 10 30 HAvnON , . I ..... ..Saturday,, Blackhill .,.. 10 0 TIySsALE .......... Saturday The Kennels ... 10 4-5 Yoea AsD ADOy.. Saturday Skipwith Bridge. 11 0 Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GA4ZETTE, .riday, June 1. BANKRUPTS. Notiee of Adjudications and First Meeting of Creditor&. To Surrender 01 the Bankrapts' Goust, London. Abell T., Mierton, Jane 27, at 11 Hotting H1. J., tlrsavesend, grocer, Jnne 13, atl Chapman W., Limehoune, Subscribers-only content

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    man; and the result of an altercation was that hardy knocked Mr. fiddell down and out his mouth, At the Blackhill Ironworks the workmen have not been slow to psofit by the example set them by their Consett friends. Yesterday Subscribers-only content

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    Plarkagtreet, Park-laos. Leeds. 'TCaint daers, Joiners. Boilders, andl flyOkus. Mr. WUTT~SBEY isfavoued with insjtrutitons3 frOm the Trustees tuder Messrs. T'erry n~d H1il's Asigrnenflt to 1toll by Auction, on dog serfg, oclfes aselahtteworkshops sad Yard, sittnat 1n=arkt-reet Park-lane, Leeds. ,in'MC-INTRAE Subscribers-only content

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    a very re- nauirkablo change lies taken place hi the genieral tonte of public feeling iii the townis of Consett, Blackhill, Berryodge, Sholley-bridge, and Leedgate, With reference to the claunant of thme Derwentwater estates. Elms result is, beyond doubt, owinig Subscribers-only content

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    our Lord in his copy book. It contaijed threce sovens (1777). A few days ago a woman died at Blackfinc, Blackhill, aged 102 years. A novel claim hlis beon preferred at a police- court ngainst several members of a Voluiteer Subscribers-only content

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    Croydon and sentenced to death, TITE BeACO MUItBER-Georae Chaliners, who is aepprehtended in coeiceectioll with the murder of Miller, ties Blackhill toll-keeper, was, by orders of Crown cocucSel, again conveyed to Braco on Wednesday, for the purpose of being shown Subscribers-only content

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    at Worship-street, our Tuesday,,and remanded. TnE BRACO MURDIBU.-George Chalmers, who is apprehended in connection with the murder of Miller, the Blackhill toll-keoeer, was, by orders of Crown counsel, again conveyed to Bracn on Wednesday, for the purpose of being shown Subscribers-only content

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    one of the two sheep, but the other hi had not been traced.-Thomas Proctor, manager for Mr. £ James Land, Blackhill Farm, Adel, said the sheep showed 1' symptoms of having been bitten by a mad dog. A mad w Subscribers-only content

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    the prisoner, has gone to Ireland. The inquest was adjourned. In the evening the samne coroner held an inquest at Blackhill, on the body of John Britton, whose death is alleged to have been caused by a fellow-workmBan named James Subscribers-only content

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