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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wrecsamr; Mr. D. Isaac Davies, Profes- swr Roberts, Caerdydd, Parch. E. Rees (Dyfed), a Mr. lR. Thomas (Cochfart), Mr. Williams, Brickfields, Mr. Geo. Griffiths, Caerdydd, a Mr. Beriah G. Evans. Anogid eraillj i ddanfon eu henwau Pr ysgrifenydd, a hyderwn Subscribers-only content

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    dydd, 5p. , Proffeswr Powell, Caerdydd, 5p.; Mr. O. Isaac Davieg& Caerdydd,- 5p.,; 'Mr.; George Griffiths, Caerdydd, 5p.; Mr. Williams, Brickfields, Caerdydd, 5p., Mr. Ivor Jones, Caerdydd, 5p.; Cadfridog Kemeys Tynte, 5p., Mr. Thomas Williams, U.H., Gwaelodygarth, .5p.; Mr T. Subscribers-only content

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    of Mr. RICHARD SPOONER, who owed the Bank £23,885. Of this about £20,000. was covered by the assignment of the Brickfields estate, bought by him with the money of the bank many years previously, and upon the rents of which Subscribers-only content

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    his annual £1,000., the sum assigned to him as a partner, to the liquidation of principal and interest en the Brickfields estate account. " Mr. Benry Marshall survives, Be brought no capital into the Bank. Be appears in the Bank Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday last, and was conducted by Mlessrs. Fallows and Smith auctioneers, of this town. The estate was known as the "Brickfields Estate," the residence of the late Dir. Richard Spooner, and adjoined the lines of works of the various railways Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to a point about 250 yards beyond the Virgin's Tavern Inn, to a junction with an ocoupation road leading to Brickfields; thence alone the oocupation road in a north-westerly direr. tion leading into the Aetwood Road, under the railway bridge Subscribers-only content

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    in £2. 10s. shares ; Blaokrod Coal, capital £20,000., in £5. shares; Breconshire Woollen, capital £20,000., in 5 shares; Bridgomarsh Brickfields, capital £120,000., in I £10.shares; Central Uruguay Railway Company of IIonte Vride~o, capitel £1,000,000., in £10. o hares Haslarm Subscribers-only content

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    ba oerr A lJ.eritEpp, Norton Street, Liverpool, sallor. s RoIIExPlT Sj1Hcr,, Woottonir, near Liverpool, bank mnanager. ;,JOSEt'! ,lAMtlc CArTCHrOLE, Ifell Brickfields, near Hlates. a worth, journeyman brickmnaker. Street, Loughborough; JOrtr4 ItICIIARtD IIEASFronl, SwanSteLogbruh Lelcesterstire, milliner, EDWAReD STlirrnr soX, High Street, Subscribers-only content

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    inquest was held at Worcester on Satur- day concerning the death of Mrs. MAyr AtN DAvIEs, an elderly woman, of Brickfields, who left home on Thursday evening, with the inten- tion of visiting a friend at Blackpole, and who, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an inquest on the body of Mary Ann Daniels (63).-It appeared that deceased was thelwife of Mr. Daniels, haulier, of Brickfields, near Worcester. She left home on Thursday evening last to visit an old lady friend at Blackpole, a mil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMPANYr.- T~he Press Association States that Messms Saxelby and Faulkner, Soho. have issued alatter in connection with the Btulding E~ttes' Brickfields Company, Limited, in which they state that the official liquidator of the London and General Bseak, which largely held Subscribers-only content

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    vonncttd with thie Liberato" Company, Lands Allutment Coinqiany, lri;s-a cad Land nvestruient Trust Compaun, Cleiients Inin (Limuited), and Building Estates Brickfields Conipmnv. Tihe reporr further says the Otticial Receiver isi oroceeding sea nct the late directors of the London General Subscribers-only content

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    and provisional liquidator) a copy of his summary of statement oif affairs of the Building Estates Brickfields Company (Limnited). on the 11th January. 1894, the date of the winding-np order. He states that the company is one of the Ealaour Subscribers-only content

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    has been fairly quiet, the enemy contenting them- selves with an occasionall shot. This morning teorsmplaced a. f-pounder at the Brickfields, and proceeded to d-rop Shell$ into the warket sqvare. Thouagl thus was nlo.ant. it t4ii. P ikk aadr %V=&, Subscribers-only content

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    p CONTESTING THE TRENCHES. S [Press Association Times Teleqram.j MAFEEKING, MNarch 6 (via Lobatsi, March 9).-The ir situation in the Brickfields has developed with great a] rapidity. The Boers, by combined vigorous work *upon this sap, and by concentrated shellbng Subscribers-only content

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    Telegram.] UAF~EEKW ~March 24 (by runner to Kimberley, April 22)-During last night the enemy evacuated their main position in the Brickfields on the eastern face of the town. Since the beginning of the siege the Boers had concentrated an exceedingly Subscribers-only content

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    Game Tree Hill, and from the >same direction a 15-pounder on the northwestern fort, while a 5-pounder played upon the Brickfields. The fire was desultory and -badly aimed, ,birtwe had two casualties, Trooper Moloy wis killed,..and Trooper Hassell was daIgerously Subscribers-only content

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    in order to make thee uoers think it was fully manned. On Monday, July 9, I again walked over the Brickfields, and picked usp a letter from, old Snyman's grandson to Snr-man. This I consider my greatest relic. I have Subscribers-only content

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    a partner), towards the liquidation of the principal and interest of the mnoney advanced to him for the lurehasee of Brickfields estate. The surviving partner, - Hensy Marshell, appeared on the hooks to have overdrawn his account to the amount Subscribers-only content

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    was at last nesldilot-ally disco0vered, got doear off with his booty.-Gtaiiqlhot. PANIC OF FTIIE IN A CEABEL.-On Sumnday even- ing, Brickfields Congregational Clsapel, Stratford, wvas the ecetetoof a great excitensent in coleseilequnco of acealarm Of fire biteleg risd inl the Subscribers-only content

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