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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adeilad eang, yr hwn sydd wedi ei roddi at eu gwasanaeth fel cartref, ac i ddibenion addysgawl, gan Mrs. Saephenson Brotherton, o Rainhill. Y Parch. J. Thain Davidson, M.A., oedd yn tra- ddodi darlith i'r gweithwyr yn yr Agricultural Hall Subscribers-only content

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    spirits a few minutes previous. OR the 20th ult. at Blynhill, Statilordshirc, in the SC'i year of his age, Jolni Brotherton, labourer, a native oi that parisl. DI)uring 18 vears of his youth, he faithfaiis st'r-ved his country in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St Thomas Apostle. J. Humby, Romsey, Southanfiton, carpenter. 6. Gram, Wapping, victualler. [Lowry and Co., Pinner's Uall court. G. Scott, Brotherton, Yorkshire, miller. T. Stafford, Exeter, wine-agent, [Turner, Milman street. J. Mangoall, Manchester, agent. [Makinson and Sanders, Temple. R. Woodward, Subscribers-only content

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    inu fields. W. Scott, Bristol, merchant. [Hicks, Bartlett's buildin ,. W. Pays, Leeds, coach-rnaL-er. [Woodhou0e and Westogn, Temple, j. Haxby, Brotherton, lime-dealer. [Milne and Parry, Temple. T. S. Petrie, Liverpool, wine-merchant. [Battye, Chancery lane. IN. Lang, Teigwmonilb, grocer. [Darke, Pied Subscribers-only content

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    inn square. J. Glover, Lutterworth, horse dealer. [Fuller, Carlton chambers. E. Glover, Bitteswell, horse dealer. [Fuller, Carlton chambers. T. Acaster, Brotherton, lime burner. [King, Castle street, Holborn. S. Dunn, Exeter, clothier. [Holme, New inn. Friday, June 11. BANKRUPTS. E. Woodward, Subscribers-only content

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    Clerkenwell-green, victualler. [Wright, Bucklersbury. J. Borasian, Store-street, Bedford-square, butcher. (Pollock, Basingball-st. J. Morrell, Store-street, Bedford-square, builder. [Randell, Walbrook. R. Westerby, Brotherton, Yorkshire, lime-burner. [Lake, Cateaton-st. A. Prosper La Bigne, Briqtol, wine-merchant. [Vizard and Blower, Lin. eoln's-inn-fields. H. Ash, Butwell, Nottinghamshire, Subscribers-only content

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    Evans, W. Pisillpolts T ancred Potter, R. Ewart, W. Vincent. Sir P. Godson Phillips, Mark Hawkins Key, Sir John Guest Brotherton Trelawney Fryer Bulwer, E. Bolling Spry Gisborne Bulwere, H. Astley, Sir John ltodgson Thicknesse Cobbett Simeon, Sir R. Gisborne Subscribers-only content

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    Sir WV. Tennyson, Right H-on, Beauclerk. Major Fielden, John Palmer, General C. Bowes, John Groeta George Parrott, Jasper Torrena. Coloswnl Brotherton, J. Glly, Jobn Phillips, i. Tynte, C. K. BuckinghamJ. Harvey, D. W. Richards, John Tynte, C. J. Buller, C. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BENETT would not'say that the bill might not be so altered as to make it a remedy for existing abuses.-Mr BROTHERTON had sent the bill to his constituents, and had received from them a resolution, unanimously passed in vestry, favourable Subscribers-only content

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    way of taking up the public time. For his own part, he drank nothing stronger than milk. (Hear, and laughter).-Mr BROTHERTON reprobated the hahit of drunkenness, and stated that he himself had drunk nothing but water for the last 24 Subscribers-only content

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    Vere (T) . . 2321 Cookes (R) . 1176 SALFORD. Shaw (HR) . . 2033 St Paul (T) . 1123 Brotherton (It) . 795 Two first elected. Not decided. XLECTIONS UNCONTESTED. An-lesezt.-Sir Richard Bulkeley, a Reformer. BerVfordhire.-Lord C. Russell, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a bill to improve the navigation of the Shannon. The hour was now very late, and the cries of " Brotherton," "Brother. ton," had been frequent. That gentleman's rising amidst much laughter, had stifled several attempted motions.. On Mr Hume's Subscribers-only content

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    to tWb crown the bOunty palatine of Durbath, and for the mote comrnodiotis Administiataft of jiatibe Iin the same., Mr BROTHERTON moved the adjournment at the usual time. e, [; however, declared himself ready to give way to real business, Subscribers-only content

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    of voters bill was then recommitted, and after con- siderable discussion the clauses up to the 19th were agreed to.-Mr BROTHERTON then moved that the chairman report progress, which led to a lengthened conversation and an amusing personal dispute. Ulti- Subscribers-only content

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    Barber . . I 0 Three Natives of Coleraine, Members of the Established Church . . . 0 IS Joi. Brotherton, Esq. M.P 5 a A Caithbeess Man,pr J. Hume, Esq. M.P. . . 3 3 Ur Causplin, per ditto Subscribers-only content

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    Staley Bridge, gave a public entertainment to Mr-Stanley on Thursday. There was some excellent speaking from Messrs Stanley, G. Wilbraham, Brotherton, and Wyse. Mr Stanley said of the ministry, with which he is connected, that as he was not a Subscribers-only content

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    L Hindl~y, Charles Shell, Richard tutor Brockellsorst, J. Hobhheuse,Rt.Ho.SttJ.C.Skclborne, Earl of Brodie, W. B. Hobbouse, T. B. Slaney, R. A.. Brotherton, J. Hedges, T. L. Smith, 3. A. Brossne, R. D. I-lollond, Robert Smith, Hon. R. Bryan, Haj. Goo. Macoman, Subscribers-only content

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    Slford Reformers some few days since, whet, chey entertained Ir Brotherton, the latter. its acknow, ledging their kindness, took occasion to speak thus Of the aspect of public questions. " It is the corn law and not the poor law, Subscribers-only content

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    said, ' Tell him Snooks-come on.' This was in a narrow place, between an iron-fence and a brick wall. Cornet Brotherton then spurred his horse, with the intention, as it appeared to me, of riding over me, and which would Subscribers-only content

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    China was, on the motion of lr 3. A. Soith, ap- pointed. CORN LAws.-ADJOURNED DEBATE.-The debate was resumned by Mr BROTHERTON, who pointed-out the injuri- ous effects of the corn laws upon the trade and commerce of the country, and Subscribers-only content

 

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