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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .Mr. Wood, a: private Secretary of the Preniier. Tinweo The Duke of Newcastle hasrecovered from the, in- s dred of Broxtowe (Nottingham) £21,000 for the danrage don. i to Nottingham Castle when it was burnt by rioters: ;his Gracce; laid Subscribers-only content

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    such improvaments in the shoP be will have to superintend, Steampower is msed. Wages 3s. per eekc. Apply toW. Scaling, Broxtowe Works, BaBford, Notts, in- clceng rfereces.C 1414 WANTED, a WHEEL AWRIGHT pply to ulu7er ami Co T ednley, Leeds. Subscribers-only content

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    A Dot 2iw NoT oG.i-At Strelly, near N~ottingham, on Saturday, a large number od seep beloning to Mrs. Shepherd, af Broxtowe, wer araing in B ield. During 4be night, a large dog got in sniong them, and~worrid no fewer then Subscribers-only content

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    claillms avcre principally for broken vwindows. BMr. Weightiatn, barristcr-at-law, appeared for the Clerk of the Peace for the Hiuidred of Broxtowe to opposc the apllications, vhich wero made under 7th anud 5th Geo. IV. ch. 31. This Act provides that Subscribers-only content

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    of C lrdirary transrctiOnS and working current accounts.- : What, ivestiutindid yenprocaad to mikeinreferenceto c the B1radfoW business. and the Broxtowe and Scar. 0 borough? ltr. Sykes was to furaishr, and ultimately did D furaish, hie balface-sheets, bat I did Subscribers-only content

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    on'ce on those rerms. The prices of repre- I se7ntative classes of coal were-Nuttall 'Main har-d l5s. 6d. per ton, Broxtowe hard 15s.. Brostowe soft 13s. 6d. s-reened cobhles 1l2.. 6d., roush slark lOs. fd., Babbington best brights 36s. 6d., Subscribers-only content

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    ; P E R F! 0 RL -\ N a- E S . IN 1g4 - O ALL. TIE ZORSES _WHICHviE ' . ACCEPTED FOR THE 'CHESTE CUP, in i: :: : 0 1847. .:: : ;: -f - Subscribers-only content

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    number of horses entered at the above races Oe Monday last was very small. The contests for the Trial and Broxtowe Stakes scarcely come under the designation of races. The run for the Sherwood Stakes was more creditable to both Subscribers-only content

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    ditto Ditto . S 1 3 i6 Fardoitto . Ditto . 3 0 34 - 14 0 at 19 9 Broxtowe Field John Cook - - 7 3 st 20 3 Near Goldswoug Johin Milnes 5 1 30 4 Far Subscribers-only content

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    Newcastle recovered a verdict of 21,000;. at the Leicester Assizes, in an action against the inhabitants of the Hundred of Broxtowe, for damage done to Nottingham Castle by a riotous mob. in the mouth of October ha. Tbp damages were Subscribers-only content

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    levied for the paymetnt of the expenses mon caused by the destructive riots of 1831, in the httndred of fact Broxtowe, Notts. fc ,~John Coke, Esq. of Debdale House, near Nottingham, Iat his late rent day, remitted to his tenantry Subscribers-only content

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    Tuesday se'nnight, generously directed his stewards to return to all such of his tenants who reside in the Hundred of Broxtowe, the amount It which they had paid for the rate on account of the fire at D Nottingham Castle. Subscribers-only content

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    of man is not to the contrary extensled, and had accustomed to extend amonmg others, into the wapen- takes of Broxtowe and Thiurgarton byLeigh,in thecouintyof Nottinghlun ; and although tt is honor was formerly renowed and adorned with various liberties Subscribers-only content

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    (Stanley Grange), Mr. Bostook (Spoadon), and the Messrs Meskin (E astwood), During the day a fox wa s found at Broxtowe W ood, and he gave the pack an interesting rin right into B uhlell, being killed willi-e a short Subscribers-only content

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    and five made prisoners. At Leicester Assizes, an action wa.s brought by the Duke of Newcastle againsttheinhabitanlsof the hundred of Broxtowe, to recover compensation for the damage done to Nottingham Castle, by a riotous mob, in the month of October Subscribers-only content

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    a manner corresponding with the character of the inhabitants. Ihe most valuable support is expected from the hun- dred of Broxtowe. The value of the Marquis of Chandos' amendment has been most fully exemplified in this division by the support Subscribers-only content

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    and an estate in Berkshire and Wales The Duke of Pottlanel has returned to his tenants in the hundred of Broxtowe, the whole amount of the rates charged upon them on ac- count of the fire at Nottingham Castle. We Subscribers-only content

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    improvements in the Shop be will have to superintend. Steam-power is used. Wages 80s. per week. Apply to W. SCALING, Broxtowe Works, Basford, Notts., enclosing reference. .§&Mx LEICESTERSHIRE CONSTABULARY. WANTED for the above sendee, YOUNG MEN, who must possess the Subscribers-only content

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    improvements to tire Shop he witi han to superintend. Steam-power to used. Wages 80c per week. Apply to W. SCALING, Broxtowe Works, Basford, Notts., enclosing reference. Co bt goto, or %tt TO BE DISPOSED OF, mHE Times daily, tke next Subscribers-only content

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    THE SMITHS OF GADDESBY, THE CAHBINGTON PEERAGE A discussion having arisen as to whether Lord Car- rington's name shonld be spelled Carrington or CariDg- ton, Mr. F. C. Smith, late M.P. for North Notts., and a partner in the Subscribers-only content

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