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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dorsetshire-John Bond, of Grange, Esq. Essez-Capel Cure, of Blake Hall, in Bobbingwortb, Esq. Gloucastershire-David Ricardo, of Gatromhe Park, Esq. Herefordshire-Riebard Blakemore, of the Leys, Esq. Hertfordshire-Willaam Hale, of King's Walden, Esq. Kent-Edward Rice, of Dane court, Esq. Leicestershire-Sir G. H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late members, Mr. Lee and Mr. Vaughan, whose vowes neutralized each other, -are again canvassirg; and a third gentlemana Air. Blakemore, is coming forward. Sussax.-Lord George Lennox and the late member will be returned by the reformers without opposition. AreundeI.-Aldertnan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    159 Brisco (T) . 158 Two former returned. HEREFORD, JAN. 7. Clive (R) . . 449 Biddulph (R) . 426 Blakemore (T) . 418 Two former returned. HERTFORD, JAN. 6. Lord Mahon (T) 359 Hon. Wmi. Cow- per (R) . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I.-Warrington Hawkeo, Thomas-Dudley Blackstone, W. S.-Walling- Hayes, Sir B.-Donegal ford H eathcote, G. .-Rutlondohire Blake, Martin J.-Galway HeathcDte, Sir W.-Haumpohirc Blakemore, Richard-Wells Heneage, G. Y.-DIevizrs Bodkin, W. H.-Rochester ilebeage, Edward-GCrioby JBodkin, J.-Galway Co. Henley, J. W.-Oxfordshire Boidero, H. G.-Cippenham Hepburn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . 0 0 1 Lord Brooke . . 0 0 1 Wells 2 W G Hayter . I 0 R Blakemore . 0 1 0 Wenlock 2 Hon G C Forester . 0 0 1 J M Gaskell . . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l addition to that of Sotheron; and to Mr T. W. Booker, Al.p allowing him to assume the name of Blakemore in addition to that of Booker, in accordance with the will of his maternal uncle. Among the acts of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. IOUSE OF LORDS. ..1leeay, _nihrtt soy 16. TIHE PERSITAN WAR. At the request of Lord CLAIREND ON, who stated that negotiations were pending in Paris which ld him to hope for a successful issue, the Earl of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (0) HANTS, NORTH. Mr Beach Mr Sclater TMr MI. Portal (0) tviscount Eversley (M) HEREFORDSHIRE. Sir H. G. Cotterell Mr Blakemore Mr K. King tHon. C. Hanbury (0) HERTFORDSHIRE. Sir E. L. B. Lytton Sir H. Meun . . . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 Sir J. Jervoise . . . 1 - 0 llEREFORDSHIRE. Sir IH. G, Cotterell .. 1 - 0 Dir Blakemore . . . 0 - 1 Dir Ki. King . . . - HERTFORDSNIRE. Sir E. L. B. Lytton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inghalmslkire, lmosieri- July 28, G R Bircher, Burton-upon-Trent, inntkeeper-Augast 3, J Metcalf and F Lilly, Birmingham, glovers-July 28, J H Blakemore, Wednesbary, brassfounder -July 28, W B Jones and H D Dempsey, Liverpool, bhipbuilders. {;ertifieates to be granted unless cause Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Atkins 0, Gabriel 0, Sabln 4, W. Piggott 8, 6 Ward 0, E. Hill 5, extras 6; total, 44. pcliffie: Blakemore 0, 5 Arley I, Wlsitlock 0, Wino 0, Pemberton 8, HUll 0, Clark 1, 3 Skseltn 1, Backhouse 3, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~ were in custody, the mali, prinoner confessed tbat hie had disposed of two of the $Y silver cups to Blakemore, whse carries on the business of a a gunsmith in Birmingham, and that lie toclr thle cups to ir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gold for no pounds worth of silver.-Air. Sidney Mitchell, clerk to the justices at Solihull, produced the depositions of Ellen Blakemore. 'which were read, From these it appeared 'that she had 'identifled the prisoner as the person who called at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ci~s4ZF ltOOM.', CORPORATION STREET. A\~D SU-BSTANTTALLY-MADE 6t 1iJ HLD FURNITURE; ENT O FOR ARGrAND tl~.l 'Ar WA slOllE, with lofty I'late-glasa Ccetre i0~v lt-it TaltIe to mtuechr til of tine rich il I teridtifort: a aotes mahlogany winged lt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blake. more and ruichard Reviser, trading as the Perry Haili Col7,ery n- Company, Heath Town, Wulrer~ amptoia, coalmasters: %t. !y Blakemore retireso-John Bnckley. Thoesas Wood, David Heath, n and Willins Rardley, trading as a,.sekley. Wood, and Co., Highs Y Street Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Man, need to horses: good die.Gore ene-dreO G.3,Daily Post. 03653 L2TtJTO atd sYon ,aiaMn;good dressmaker; Is, well reesedd.Ades .SMins Blakemore, S soliul 03785 91 STATIONERY and Fac-Young LadyReurs eena. IYmeet: seven yeas'sexperine good 6aleewoma n idw dresser. Mrst-class referencea-ddes.09, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Inspector of Nuisances reported, among other matters, that two cases of overcrowding had come under his notice-viz., at No. 33, Blakemore s Lane, a small house which woas occupied by two families; and 32, Great Croft Street, which was occupied Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    clay-some patt. y methick-from which the scppies used in the tie -and brick works are drawn, pastocularly engaged attention. Mr. Blakemore afterwards read~ ar 3 minteresting short paeer on a proof heapng lor, being driven at the o. 1 plant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    took place last night, at the Science and Art Institute, Walsall. The retiring president, Mr. W. Blakemore, jun., took the chair at the outset, and in opening the proceedings congratulated the branch on the election of Mr. W. Fairley as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    used as far as he could seV.-Evidence was given of the defective nature of the tiles taken from the roofs--Tfrnas Blakemore, defendant's manager, said that when plaintiff complained about some of the tiles 900 were taken back. Witness inspected the Subscribers-only content

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