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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    teithwyr, a niweidiwyd tua t dwsin ea'll yn beryglus. Ymh]ith y teithwyr, E yr oedd tenlu. o Edinburgh, o'r enw Blackmore. e Lladdwyd y fami a baban oedd ar lin ei dad, pan I gymerodd y ddarnwain le, ond diangodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weithiau F. D. Maurice. fod Las. Dygir allan argrafflad rhad - 2s. - 0 un I lan 'Lorna Doone' IMr. Blackmore yr wythnos arn an hon. 6 aad Hysbysir argraffiad newydd, wedi ei di- is-b yn wygio drwyddo, o 'Elementary Subscribers-only content

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    eluhaard Doddridge Blackmore, ac yr oed(ld S ddisgynvdd o ochr ei fain i Philip Doddridge Y pregethwr enwog, yr emvnydldd ac awdwr 'The Rise and Progress of Religion in the Soul.' Mab i glerig- nr oedd Mr. Blackmore, a gaaawyd Subscribers-only content

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    taire dull, or than Voltaire's calling Cate the onbv Engui,# tragedy; more barbarous than Mr. Locke's admniration of StI Rikhard Blackmore; more barbarous than the deelaration of a German Elector, afterwards made into an English King, that lea hated poets Subscribers-only content

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    Daer'~Ilidildings, Holborn. W. 'Soaimerville-, Liverpool, victualler. Solicitor, Mr. Chester, Sta- pie Inn. W. Alexander, Both, hatter. Solicitors, Messrs. Ellis and. Blackmore, Holborn-cQrt, Gray's Inn. J. Hlollins, Ardwick, Lancashire, iron founder. Solicitors, Messrs Hurd and Johnson, King's Bench-walk, Temple. S. and Subscribers-only content

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    hath taken Okey, Corbet, 'ana Berkestead (Judges oi Charles L.) at Delfe, in Holland, and sent them home in the Blackmore. Sir W. PE, -talking to me this afternoon of what a stranei thing itis for DowxneG to do this, Subscribers-only content

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    and others, 28T.. False arrest- Browne v. Siveet, 283. .Leach v. Barrett and another, 31 4 .. Crim. Con.-Rose v. Blackmore, 314.. Lloyd v. White- head, 315.. Garrett and others, v. the Rock Life Assurance Company, 815.. Anne Elliott for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ST AUBYN, AND R. BLACKMORE, ESQ. .1 . w M-- I d: (From the vestern Tlimes.) We last week inserted an account of a most unprecedented occurrence, at Stoke Church, on the 25th of November, and we confess it was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF THIS DAY CONTAINS PAGE rEes Notabilia: The Ancient Watch The Rev. W.J. Staubyn, and r. and the New Police-Durnont Blackmore, Esq. - - - lot and Bentham - Satisfactory From the London Gazettes . Knowledge-Killing no MBo. Funds der- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the week ending Feb. It, is 2&s Id per cwt. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Feb.21. INSOLVENT. W. R. Chaulk, Blackmore, Essex, farmer. I BANKERUPTCY SUPERSEDED. S. Brett, Manchester, merchant. 16 BANKERUPTS. C. Mosley,Tosver-St victualler. [iells. Yrsrk-terrace, Commelcial-road East. W. Subscribers-only content

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    have given valuable illustrations of its litera- ture: and empiricism has luxuriated upon what it calls the Elizabethean age. Had Blackmore escaped the classic taste and deadly ridicule of the Popes and Swifts of the age of Anne, and written Subscribers-only content

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    W. Barton, Field hall, Staffordsb. dealer. [Barker, Gray's inn sq. T. & E. Woottoa, Winseswouild, Leicestershire, hoise dealers. [Douglass & Ce. Gray's inn. j Seller, Pulborough, Sussex, tailor. [Blackmore, Tomple. J. Boe, Wells, Somersetsh. draper. [Meredith, Heathcote at. Mecklenburgh sq. Subscribers-only content

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    cabinet maker. [Hopwood & Foster, Chancery lane, E. Scott, Hillborougb, Norfolk. miller. [Nettleford, Millbank. D. Scott, Marylehone street, woollen draper. [Blackmore, Temple. C. Baker, Southampton, timber merchant. [Swain & Co. Frederick's place, Old Jewry. J. Peake & 1'. Hall, Lichfield, Subscribers-only content

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    street, draper. [Turner and Heosman, Blasirg lane. A. Abralam, Stoke-upon.Trent, druggist. [Dean, Esseestreet, Strand. R. Farguson, Petwortb, Sussex, linen draper. [Blackmore and Senior, Mitre court chambers, Temple. J. Wallwork, CGhowbent, Lancashire, druggist. [Johnson and Co. Temple. WV.. rantharn, Kinoston.upon.Hull, mercer. Subscribers-only content

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    sawyer. [Battye & Co. Chascery lane. - C. Webb, Liehiteld, maltster. [Baxters, Lincoln's inn fields. J. Applegate, Littlehampton, Stissexc, merchant. [Blackmore and Senior, Mitre court chambers, Temple. R. W. Holt, BIroaghton grove, Manchester, calico printer. [Adlingtou and Clo. Bedford row. Subscribers-only content

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    Saint Bartholomew's hospital, whither the bodies had been con- veyed. George Gingell was aged 42, Mary Anne Gingell 21. .eMartha Blackmore sworn: I live in Compton street, Clerkenwell, opposite where the murder was committed. I was not acquainted with the Subscribers-only content

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    hear.) In his humble opinion the causeof all this misery was the class legislation of the country. (Hear, hear.) Dlr Blackmore (a working man) called upon the two honourable members of the House of Commons present to state to her Subscribers-only content

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    Hatherly, Great Maiboiougi street. W. Barnes, St Poul's churchyard, milliner. [Turner and Hensmait, Baoing lane. C. Richardson, Braomley, Surrey, builder. [Blackmore and Co. New inn. J. Hey, jun. Ovendon, Yorkshire, carpenter. [Adlington and Co. Bediord row. S. Evans, Read, Somersetshire, Subscribers-only content

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    [Drace, Biltiter equare. 3.Thompson, ond erlaud, anchor manufacttret. LSwain and Co. Frederick's place, Old Jewry. W. S. Goodese, Chichester, brickinaker. [Blackmore and Se- nior, New ion. di mkr 1. A, Butler, Loddington, Nortbamsptonshirs, macbind maker. [Wing and Twining, Gray'sinn square. Subscribers-only content

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    Gray's inn. A. Mathe and S. Moore, Liverpool, merchants. [CuveSje and Co. Southampton buildings, Chancery lane. B. Hargreaves, Manchester, tailor. [Blackmore, St Martin's place, Charing cross. B. Harris, Birmingham, glass manufacturer. [Chaplin, Gray's inn square. M. Pearson, Wnrkington, Cemberland, chemist. Subscribers-only content

 

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