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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STErHns OiRFORD and WooLLAsd ITRssH~AM', Manchester, paper I hangers, Jan. 23 and Feb. 13, at 12, at Manchetter Court. Sole.,I Brisley, Pancras-lane, -and Cooper and Son, Manchester; off~asstg., Macke nzie, Manchester. HARtOLD STANsLEY, GerrorLd-strect, Soho, srrivener, Jan. 27 at 2, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    choice of essignees, at I; Robert tiaxter, Wiabeeb, carrier, choice of a-signeds, at 2. heroes Mat. Cilsmsenw-exa. Fasts- Robert Temple, Brisley grocer, cheise of assignees, at 2J. . ~ INSOLVION I DEOBTORtS' COURT. P-i)tTUGAL.SThEET. 0 Ar II.-ilszett: Cater Co.ncxsitiovtse ttxYasrns.-Snmoll Subscribers-only content

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    A. Devise; Greenv.Rebert3; 2 Turner v. Miehell; Fenton v. Boers. 7 BANKRUPTCY COURT, B ISINGUALL-S~tlilT. BEsORE Mn. Co3n1ssIO:;En FPAE.-Robsrt Temple, Brisley, grocer, eexamination, at 12; William Ayres, Blaclkheath, nuiseryman, exami. nation, at I; Frederick A. Butt, Pentonville, bloerl . sxexamination, Subscribers-only content

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    use, order, and disposition of the banktupt Brewster. BEFRoEc IMt. CoooaoSaeeONEoaNIfet. IxnnR Tiseras.E Thle bankrupt, at grocer and draper, at Brisley, in Nor- tie follo applied for lcis certificate. His debts were 1,8001.; od assets sufficient to yield a dividend Subscribers-only content

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    14. Richard Hamman. . 7,106 2. Alice id. A. Durant ... 7,618 15. David R. Lovett .... ,081 3. Amn Brisley .......7,328 16i. Henry C. Birunning- 6,9: 3 o 0 4. Elleanor Pettit ..... (1,590 17. Thoms flDay....... 6,S25 5. Subscribers-only content

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    Canoes, &c. : ffachell. v. Mangles; Morris v. Owen; Jackaost v. Digby; Leigh v. Taylor, by order; Tenth v. Cheese; Brisley v. Stone; Dunn V. Salibbry; lRiehardssn v. Matin; Attorney-General v. Walmnaley (3). VICHB.OHANCELLOR'S' COURTS, LINCOLN'S.INN. AT l0.-BaPORE VzcaCH-nHNORLLOR SJR Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aldermanbury. TtWMAs Lriou, Welligaborough, Nortbamaptonabire, wine merchant, August 18 a, 14, and Sept. 29 at 11, at Basingball street. SoL, Brisley, Panorsa-lane, Cheapeide; off. saig., Cannan, Aldermen. bury. JoSErPI M0sEE, Lgmbeth Lower Marsh, gless dealer. Auguet IS at I, and Subscribers-only content

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    in Trade, ad condnitio.ns f satle manybe bhamd Ian London. of H. ii annon Faq., offleal assignee, 19. Aldormanbury;P F. .Brisley, REsq., 4, Panrae lane, Ceaisslde; and of Messrs. I;AVIS and Veocarn; andl tn Weling. brougrh of W. Murphy. Esq., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Godalmiag, Surrey; John Coates Laud, Spanish Town, Jamaica; William Turner Harts- horn, Iron Bridge, Shropahire ; Stephen Moulton Hop- son, Brisley, Norfolk; David Johnson, Sedgeley, Staf- olic o fordshire; Francis Calvert, York; David ReesWatkins, iei oof Carmarthen, South Wales; Robert Subscribers-only content

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    daughter. SINCLAIR.-July 7, at Moray-place, Edinburgh, the wife of Captain 0 Smiclair, of a so" SMITH-Jily 0, at tile Rectory, Brisley, Norfolk, the wife of the Rev. C. 0. Smith, of a daughter. SWANZY.-July 7, at Lee, Kent, Mrs. A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    INSTRUCTIONS for the IA-NOFORTE, lngered by Czerny, newly lrev-ised with the recent addition of Preludes, and Arrong-eninto by Vincent Wallace, Brisley Richards, and, Leduc. Scev cjty pages, only 4s, "Beyond all comparison the itost successfol Sanl the best and easiest Subscribers-only content

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    Colonel Sir D. E. Wood, K.C.B., Colonel G. A. F. De Rinzy, Lieutenant-Colonel P. Maclean, Lieu- tenant-Colonel A. Thompson, Paymaster Brisley, Adjutant Schrieber, and Quartermaster Cass, will, with the batteries now embarked, relieve the fifth brig'ade of Royal Artillery, on Subscribers-only content

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    I *utelsignsenfet I NOTICZ4L -TH]B DAY. COURT OP QUEENS BENCH, WSThMNSTER. Ar, 1o.-Middlesex common "ures: Pain r. Haynes, pr bearde-betcaffe, v. LAWrence-Volp v. Light,-Gariett v. L Comte-WallIs v. Davles-TBoree v. Dean. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, WESTMINSTER. AT 10.-Middlesex common Subscribers-only content

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    Cheapaide shirt and Collar manuftactrer, June 4 at IX, and July S at l2, at Baun dl . treet. L., Brisley, Pencras-lanb, Chtapide oih asalg.j Stansleld, Iastnghall-street. , FREpasog WILwAUx TaOSAAS, EBaainghalistreet, City. aue- tioneer, June.4 at 11, and July Subscribers-only content

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    l At 12: Barlow v. Barlow-Crow v. Robinson- Cave v. ]togera-Grindall v. GriMo all-Day v. Day-Amery v. Creed-Coulson v. Coulaon. Brisley v. Austen, at 121. At I: Garner v. Gar-ncr-Gragory v. WestDnooland- At v.: Edmonds v. Onvlow-Crutclley v. Crutebley. Edney Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. ADAMS.-August 1, at Montagu.square, the wife of C. W. Adams, Esq., of a daughter. BRISLEY.-July 31, at bcarsdale-villas, Kexsington, the wife of T. E. 3risley, Esq., of a daughter. HALLEY.-July 31, at Rarley.otreet, Cavendisol-square, Subscribers-only content

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    with Rainham St. M 3artin, ba been appointed by the Lord Bishop of Norwich rural deaD of the deaneries of Brisley and Toftrees, in conjunction with the Hon. and' Rev. Kenelm H. Digby. I CROWN-OFrICE, AUGVuT 21.-Member returned to serve Subscribers-only content

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    per annum.-To be viewed, by orders only, to be had of the Auctioneer. Particu- lars at Garraway's; of P. . Brisley, Esq., 4, Pancras-lane, Cheapsids;end of Mfr. RosINS, No. 5, Waterloo-place, Pall- mall, SW. No. 104, NEW BOND-STREET.-Capital BUSINESS PREMISES, Subscribers-only content

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    one of the Assistant Masters of Hailey'ln >l ' College, eldest son of thelate Hev. E. J. Ash (v* of Brisley, to Emily, third surviving d_u_ghU.r T'i 'J late Rev. R. Shuckburgh, Rector of Aldh.,r, ,, i Norfolk. r •"- Subscribers-only content

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    [750 WANTED, a Lady, who in return for Board and Laundress, will INSTRUCT AND TAKE CARE OF CHILDREN.-Apply, Mrs. Brand, Brisley, Dereham^ [7*o*3 4 HOUSE TO BE LET, No. 4, College-street, co»- -•"- tailing four Bedrooms, two Sitting-room*, Kitchen, and Subscribers-only content

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