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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. M. Pitt, Bath, bottle merchant. J. Priestley, Hudderefield, Yorkshire, confectioner. L. Lord, Roohdale, Lanucashire, labourer. Mary Craven, Bronington, Flint-hire. S. Craven, Bronington, Fliutobire, farmer. J. Poits, Stoke-upon-TrenT, baker. R. Smart, Newcastle.-pon-Tynea, a.et of the NOWCsAtle.tlpet Tyne Haelway Company. It. Subscribers-only content

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    Hargreaves, J. Walker; Burton- in-KIendal, T. Jordan; Burtonand Alrewas, J. Hill, W. Simnett; Bury, R. Standrin', W. Walker, T. Coupe; Bronington, B. BiMkerton; Sineley, J. B. Taylor, J. Robinson; Beverley, B. Muff; C~hesterfield, L. Jag er, G. Slack; Cheater, J. Subscribers-only content

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    fily. Eather, Newport. Salep 3odevlhern John. Edigmond, neary Newpart, Salop, gentlenaan Body S'rnua~l, I. Watefloo-place, Montpelier, Bristol, geartlernan Beifey Rtobayt, Bronington, Hlammer, Fclint, farmer Beogun (Iharlee Baxter, Maesrs. Cox and Wo., Crsi~'a-oourt, Ciaring- DDlundlbs Welen Elizabelh Sympnpon, care of OhLaa.HOphinyos Subscribers-only content

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    Lrassington, who had held the living since 1873, has been accepted by the Rev. J. B. Roberts, M.A., Vicar of Bronington, near Northwich. The population of the district is returned at 329, the value of the living is £159 per Subscribers-only content

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    es were reappointed. The Bolton District was chosen to pro- vide a Grand Junior Auditor. Messrs. ]Aillington - (Runcorn), Dawson (Bronington), Hope (Birmingham), Blacow (Burr). Ow-ns (Cardif). Walker (Humaber Dis- I trict): and Bell (South Chester), were elected on the Subscribers-only content

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    the 4th inst., Henry Joy, Sch.-T.C.D., A.B. (of the Universities of Oxford and Dublin), was ordained for the assistant-curacy of Bronington (near Whit- church, Salop), in the diocese of St. Asaph. GENERAL ORDINATIONS. Ordinations were held on Sunday last, and Subscribers-only content

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    Thomas MIllmoil, of Upper Falls. May 16, at St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. John R. Echlin, MI.A., Incumabent of Bronington, Flintahire, cousin to the brids, the Rev. Alexander Braddell, B.A., eldest son of Thomas Bradd~ell, Esq., of Coolmelagb, County Subscribers-only content

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    shoe. maker-H. MI. Pitt, Bath, bottle merchant-J. Priestley, Huddersfield confectionier-E. Lord, Leigh, Lancashire, laborer-M. Craven, Bro. nington, Flintshire, widow-S. Craven. Bronington, Flintshire, farmer -J. Iotts, Stoke upon Trent, baker-R, Smart, Scotswood, Northumm berland, agent-H. Howarth, Elland cum Greetland, Yorkshire, am. Subscribers-only content

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    Daviesj Prees; 3, Mr. John Birch, Drury-lane. 200 yards: ], Mr. Joseph Allen, Bank Farm ; 2, Mr. Wm. Weaver, Bronington ; 3, Mr. Samuel Downes, Old Castle. 300 yards : 1, Sergeant Wm. H. Taylor, High Hatton ; 2, Subscribers-only content

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    be non-suited. JOHN DAWSON V. BOBEBT SMITH. Plaintiff, a farmer residing at Whixall, claimed from defendant, a cattle dealer, of Bronington, £7, the value of a cow sold to defendant. - Plaintiff said the defendant had since offered him £5, Subscribers-only content

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    church. The Churoh oboirs from the undermentioned parishes took part in the servioe :- Bangor, Erbistook, Hanmer, Tallarn, Bettis- field, Bronington, Isyooed, Overton, Threapwood, and Worthenbury, numbering upwards of 200 voices. The day was exceedingly fine for the ooeasion. The Subscribers-only content

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    Game.- William H. Hayoook, ex-gamekeoper, of Bronington, was summoned by Henry Howman, gamekeeper, in the employ of Sir Edward Hanmer, Bart., for unlawfully trespassing on lands belonging to his master, in the township of Bronington, on the 15th of November Subscribers-only content

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    the others in a duster, for the first oirouit. After orosaing the water jump the favourite was spun out, and Bronington took the lead, maintaining it to tbe end and winning, amidst great oheering, by two lengtba ; tbree lengths Subscribers-only content

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    charge against ber son for a similar offence was dismissed. - Astray : A small farmer named Edward Fisher, of Bronington, was fined 9-, including oosts, for allowing his cows to stray on the highway. AS. Pagan proved the oase.- Subscribers-only content

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    and oosts for a similar offenoe. - Stealing Applet ; Two young men, named Edwin Williams and George Fisher, of Bronington, were sum- moned for stealing applu, tbe property of John Ellii, farmer, from hia oronaid on the Bth September Subscribers-only content

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    and Mrs Boberts, Witness Farm, Tilstock ; o, Mrs Ellen Birohall, Danaon'a Cottage, Whitohurch ; Mrs Acton, Pear Tree Farm, Bronington ; W. Hitchen, Quoisley ; Thomas Edwards, The Busooe, Whitohurch ; and John Clntton, Tuahingham. Class Vll.- For the Subscribers-only content

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    18 oalendar months' hue labour. ACQUITTAL. „ _ Mary Williams (50), machinist, indioted for stealing a woman's wearing apparel at Bronington, o»erton, ° October 17, was acquitted. CATTLE STEALING. Henry Charles Layfield (69), farmer, aad TnoioM Moorhouse (44), oattle dealer, Subscribers-only content

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    in oburoh or at tbe grave. Toe service which was fully oboral, the surplioed choirs from Hanmer, Tallern, Welshampton, and Bronington attending, was held in the half-finished ohurob, the pro- gress of which the late vicar bad watched with an Subscribers-only content

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    waa fined 10s. and 14s. coata, or in default 14 days' hard labour. . Assaulting Neighboubs. - lsaac Arnold, of Bronington, waa summoned by Ann Leister for an assault on the 10th of January. Complain- ant said she and defendant Subscribers-only content

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    ; Hugh Fearnall, Threapwood j Joseph Hague, Holywell ; Richd. Clough, Flint j E. O. Jones, Penley ; Fred. Large, Bronington; J. H. Lee, Halghton ; J. H. Powell, Iscoed ; Thos. Pownall, Mostyn ; Thos. Parry, Halkyn ; Joseph Subscribers-only content

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