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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dren arall, a chychwyn ei gerbydres. Drwy hyn aeth y ddwy i wrthdarawiad a chollodd un o'r enw Slater, o Brindle, yn agos i Preston, ei fywyd. Derbyniodd y Parch. J. Warwick Adams, o Southport, hefyd, niweidiau trymion. Anafwyd amryw Subscribers-only content

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    it turned over.-On Friday week the North Star, running from Pres- ton to Manchester, was upset near the toll-gate at Brindle, in consequence of driving furiously along a turn in the road, A female servant on the roof had her Subscribers-only content

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    [Clarke and Melcalfe, Lincoln's inn fielos. P. T. Smith, Liverpool, hatter. [Clarke and Medcrlfe, Lin- coln's inn fields. J. Unsworth, Brindle, Lancashire, calico printer. [Milne and Co. Temple. DIVIDENDS. February 28, T. Brettel, Rupert street, Haymarket, printer -February 25, J. Subscribers-only content

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    merclauws-APril 1r1, Tm . Brent, Bank'fop, Maclesheld, Cheshire, travelleir-ApriD 13, J. Peer. nan, Chiialclirch, SonthiamiptOh, brewer-AprAi 24, J. Una- woreth, Brindle, Lancashire, calico priter-April II, J. Nittall, &Iaacbealer, grocer-May 1, J. A. Ewian, Fishergate, Prestono Lancashire, line. draper-April 1S, . Subscribers-only content

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    drapr May 21, G. Fall and 1. Nichols, Manchester, dyers May T. Poole, Rye, Sussex, wine mercbant-Nsay 'dl, . Casroot Brindle, Lancashire, calico printeeWJuoe 1,ad W. Green, Toxteth Park, Lancashire, joiners-May 29, M. sad J. Ctarly wood, Halifax, Yorkshire. cotton Subscribers-only content

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    street, cheeseiieoncers-F. Legge, Birmingham, builder-R. P. i'ox, Regent sqoare, St Pdnc;:%s, cral owner-T. Llewellin, Newgate street, woollen ,vare- houseman-J. Unsworth, Brindle. Lanrcahire, craics printer- El. R. Fanrhawe,juc. London wall, manufacturer otfraaoochouc. SCOTCH SEQUEST'RATII)NS. T. Hill, Glasgow, nraltster-W. Webster, Dundee, merchant Subscribers-only content

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    saries of life were evidently supplied to her in abundance.- Western Times. On Christmas eve, aged 93, Mrs Anne Burscough, Brindle. The deceased has had 13 children, 8S grand childian, and 1 l3 great grandchildren, of which number upwards of Subscribers-only content

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    Jeune, St Atbane, saltater. [Laurance and Pless, Buckl lersbury. H. Headiagton, Bart, Jaceman. [Chester and Co. Staple inn. C. Barber, Brindle, Lancashire, calico printer. [Ciholmne and Co. Lisnolst's ion fields. T- C. W. Pierce, Man hester, memrlsant. [Abbott, Charlotte street, Subscribers-only content

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    Bel- ton, Rutlondshire, farmer-March 9, W. Senior, Sheffield, hosier -Maurit 6, Esther Smith, Southwcll, Nottinghamshire, innkeeper -Match 10, C. Barber, Brindle, near Chorley, calico printer. CERTIFICATES to be granted by the Court of Review, unless cause be shown to the Subscribers-only content

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    the Court of Review, unles 9 | ause iea shown to the (oitrary on or before April 3. C. Barber, Brindle, I.ancashire, calico printer-WV. Senior, Shef- field, hotier-r. Broo'e, Guoderstosre, Norfolk, miller-C. 1D. Willson, Savill: place, Mile end, builder-T. K. Subscribers-only content

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    which, will be pre. dcced a New end Origicuil FPree, caled TIlE FORTUNE HUNTER. Cliractners by MVessrs Hudson, Buekstone, Tibbury, Brindle, Clerke, and S1rs Ciiord, with other Elertamucts THEATRE ROYAL, LYCEUMf. Under the Minageninet of Mrs KEELEr. TriUcsphait success of Subscribers-only content

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    EVERY- FOVRTNIGHT from LONDON f or COLOMBlO, iuctead of Point de Gallo. Correepondicce Sloteamer Will leave Venice oiuu dayc and Brindle) twelve days later--For particularvs of freiht or paismle.- apply e tihe Coumpany's Ofileer. 122, Learlishall Street"9,0ondn, Nt? oilS, Corkepur Subscribers-only content

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    Lin- coln's "AfMsa" "Gamester," hy ' S"fiebild Crib"-hir. Berrie's "Rove," hc.; "Mloss," hy Mr. N'ewtoc's "Crib"-Mr. Ball's "Judy." kejc. e Brindle BULL BITCH. byhflr. Los-tens "Gamestlr"-Mr, New. h~en; ' Salz o'. Slio┬░nreditjtch," lits' Mr. A~lens "Spetaer4 '-"Welt,; by "dSsdle ' Subscribers-only content

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    L. Robert, Berram; Misses M, Corbett, Ruhery, Bubery, Jones, C. Gould, Fox, Smith, F. Bladon, M. Bladvn, Rapp, L. Brindle, n. Brindle, F. Mansell, ensd Berran. There were also present at the dinner Cofncillor Barter, Messrs. F. reayner, J. G. Subscribers-only content

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    I STABTOUlSBapE COUNTY COUNCIL The adjouzrned meing of the Staffordshire FPovism Cousity council was held yesterday, at the Shirehafl, Stafford.┬░ The adjournment-from last Thursdav-was for tho purpose of electing aldermenrs The 2arl cf Harrowby presidedi; and all the membe Subscribers-only content

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    returning the same to Mr. John clewrr, Gtrove Lane, bmlethwick, will roceies the a'boo lReward. 138 1OST, a White ad Brindle GREYHOUND. LiA Rev arrl vill be glven if it isbroug]bt to th B Siiiacell'sH Eld, Stcno Street, Dudley. 229 Subscribers-only content

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    some, distarbance which had taken place, Mr. Brindle ordered bins away from the premises. He supposed he had as much right to be there as Mr. Brindle, and. consequently refused to go. Mr. Brindle seized hold of him to force Subscribers-only content

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    'Tc,-b Oboves Roward will hegis to any onie bringing it to 232. Ilagley Road. 205 d. Vl OUND, a large Brindle colour BITCH1. The L'Owner, by nayne esisenses, eass lisive her fross tl, Itideclira Terrses, Frietos Street. t f I Subscribers-only content

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    v0iU be IRewarded for trheir trouble, o2 TOST,. yesterday, between twtlve and 6ne'd'ok, LJ froe li agleY Read, aY VelsIg Brindle GiRHYHOU-NI Wh0o ever n-ill briig the saoso to 67, Nevvhall St-met, shelAc ressded for their trouble . . rOUND, Subscribers-only content

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    in- strusnent dsuing the same hours. A LUNATbC PauraRc KILLED BY UU4 KnP1cuR-On Monday, an inquest was held at the Brindle Workhouse, near Chorley, on the body of John Peel, a luuatiu inmate of that establishment. It appeared that on Subscribers-only content

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