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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alderson hasbeen permitted to resign his appointment. Batulelripci.-E. J. Cook, Hall street, City road, commission agent. [Jones, Gresham street.-G. 01. Burcher, Bnrton-upon-Trent, innkeeper. (James and Kitight, lsirmiltgham.-T. Dawason, Birmiugham, printer. (Harrison and Wood, Birntinghaam.-E. B. Baldwin, Walsall, Staffordshire, saddler. (James Subscribers-only content

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    relieving officer, againsti .t whomn a consplanit of misconduct had been made at'a pro- I iviacus Board meetiug.-The5 Clerk (hhir. Burcher) stated t tisat after the last meeting of the Board Icevisited Header- g san, scsd informed siun of the Subscribers-only content

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    told her to go to Buncher's to ask him to lend him some money. She went there, and saw Mire. Burcher, and by her direction sate called agalia next day. At that time witness was residing in Brook Street. She Subscribers-only content

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    was assessed upon about twenty houses, and paid the rates hlmself.-Ur. Garrold: We are not in poisession of that fact.-Mr, Burcher (col. lector of poor rates): It is a compound house-Mr. Rogers said that the houses occupied by Francis and Subscribers-only content

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    W. Toye, Woodward, &c. The corps (seventy in number) occupied two long tables, which were presided over by Quarter- master-sergeant Burcher and Sergeant-armourer Wilkin- son. After dinner, the usual loyal and patriotic toasts were duly honoured; and the Mayor next Subscribers-only content

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    Although Colonel Knight was not present, he knew ne had vwritten to Captain Saunders, thanking him for his ser- vices.-Quarter-master Burcher begged to be allowed to say a few words on the part of the men who composed the corps Subscribers-only content

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    bailiff, s81um1- moned J. Plevy and B. Darks, fishermen, for laying night- lines upon a ford of the river. Mir. Burcher appeared for the prosecution, and ir. DI. Corbett for the defenee. Garnet deposed that, upon the evening of Slay Subscribers-only content

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    room. The company num- bered about 200, Mr. Charles Harvey presided, and the vice- chair was occupied by Mr, F; Burcher, After the loyal toasts given from the chair, Alderman Tovoy proposed tha "Bishop and Clergy of the Diocese." The Subscribers-only content

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    are. One accustomed to a Shor Shop preferred.-Apply, 4. Easy' Slow. all2,% IP RINTING.-WA24TED, experienced HANDS to the Letter- preasfl~epartment.-Apply, Burcher and Go., Wojittall St. el=3 0 'Lithogrsphers.-WANTEcD, a good WORKMAN, to take -a- charge uf a Steam, Machine. He Subscribers-only content

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    28,Water Street, matchetta manufactured, Mexican and African trades. 355 5 Thos, Cure, Benacre Street, paraffin lamps. 356 6 John Fitzmaurice, Burcher Place, Lennox Street, chasingc and embossing in gold jewellery. 357 6 W. HI, Whitehouse, 3, Caroline Street, Birming- ham, Subscribers-only content

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    to tu a contract as tha.1;.-Sr. Burcher: Not for- necassaj es I-is Honour: If a journey to Paris was a. ncessa r, then she would be. 'an you connect the hue. band wl Iht9-Mr. Burcher: I'vs nothing futther, yotm- Hononr.,-HIs Subscribers-only content

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    a copy of the cheques. The cheques were entered under the account of " Jefferies and Burcher." The cheques wero brought by Mr. Burcher and lir. Jeffcries. In the ledger theoacount was'entered, "Jefferies and Barcher, Whit-weel Demon- stration fundI! May Subscribers-only content

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    said it would be better to issue a summons, and ascertain what further papers Mir. Burcher had. He thought it was only reasonable Mr. Burcher should show there wvere no papers if there were none. Mr. Biron said the whole Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    objected to the quegtions his friend was putting. Any staterontit suade by Mir. Burcher to Mr. Hands could not be received, if not made by Mr. Burcher in the actual discharge of his duty to Mr. Grant. Su\)pose an attorney Subscribers-only content

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    he wrote to Mr. Burcher if it was necessary to countermand the medals. He told him, if necessary, there would not be much epuense incurred, He afterwards had a telegram, which he believed was froii air. Burcher. He gave the Subscribers-only content

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    letter in the papers as to festivities atWarrington being countermanded, and Mr. Burcher then communicated with Mr. Grant. A telegram was sent to Air. Grant, and Mr. Burcher went to London, and witness saw a message sent by Mr. Bcqrcher. Subscribers-only content

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    him as to the conversation with Mr. Burcher. . Mr. Hawkins said the same objection existed which existed before. His friend could not make Mr. Hands's evidence admissible, because he asked hsr. Burcher a question which he could not put Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Lea, witness said tbe child must have been thrown Into the canal; it could not have lIeen dropped in.-Salunel Burcher Banis, lock- keoper, said, hearingascreamonSaturdaymorninglhewentalong the canal 250 yards, and found the prisoner and child in the water. 1,he Subscribers-only content

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    time of the aceident. Trii ROWVLAND Hel,. MEMORIAL,-A final meeting of the Memorial Committee was held on Thursday evening; Sir. Burcher in the chair. The accounts showeld a surplcs of £18. 14s. 4d. in hand, and it was resolved to Subscribers-only content

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    il )0 grievously woundiing, with intent to murder, Thomas s Eradford, his father, on Friday night last. Mr. 1F'. m Burcher (magistrates' clerk) psoduced the depositions of f ac Thomas Bradford, which were taken before MIr. S. Fass- in cett, Subscribers-only content

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