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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Whitlern, Herefordshire Etd John Muscott, Req. W,,estolnhury, Hlerefordshire Sal Thmomas Stonington, Esq. jip. Sairnestield Court, HerefordshsireEd Benjamin Boddington, Resq. Burcher Court, near Kington, Ile: Herefordshiro Lieut.-Col. Crosse, H.P., Ovals St. Croix, near Kington, Here- Rit fordshlre William Moore, Esq, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    He had no account in Mr. Burcher'e owve name, but he hed an account in the nawe of Burchas and Burcher. Mr. Chambers was wn activi Conservative. Mr. H1Awxnms obiected to private banking accounts being ratesred to. XMr. RUSSSLL said Subscribers-only content

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    Iir ... 11. 0 Satrnday .......... NottOI Villuoc ...... it. 0 BEDanAL .............. liday ........ }Ilon Village ........10 Wednesday ...... Burcher l)Jao Br (on Lenrait1e 10.15 Fridgy ........ ;anyfon Iall ...... 1.15 BflcsDnAn ........ ... atrday ..... Spolit h-touse . Subscribers-only content

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    Station. Rout £35. Robt. Guy, Anmley. I 0 LET, HOUSE, No. 2, Saint Ann'e-terrace, Shaw- lonme, Ileadiugley. Apply John Hatrrisenn. Burcher, Headinctey, TVOI L T, in Burmautofte, a five-roomed HOUS §, with JBunnantoftJO.£1. Apply Hr. Charles B.arber, SpringfieldlHouse, COMtMODIOUS HOUSE Subscribers-only content

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    TO BE LEAT OR SOLD. LET, THE UNDER. NOTED HOUSES, rt No. 18, Landscape Ter nce, rent £28; No. % Landsoape Terraoe, rent M. :tw further particulars, apply to WM, HUNTER, 40ke Scotch House, Hgh street. 4971 WMo LET, Subscribers-only content

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    thos intimation. BuDDINGTJON-August 10, at Tit'ey, HEereford- sin-n,. C-racils, daughter or the late lenjamwin 1 1oddington, J.2., and D.L. of Burcher, Titley, aged Si yr"as. CI.ARKE- -Ausust '2. at his residence, Saudy Co- -;eg Rope lVili, a alilyrella, John Cisr'se, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPO1ITING. NEWMARKET FIRST OCTOBER MEETING. NEwMjRRExr, FaIDAY.-After the wretched experience of the preceding day the welcome sun- shine, which prevailed throughout the whole of the time that racing was in progress this afternoon, was much appreciated. The fact of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. Elliot (Lang- htolm), forwards. Cities teamn-J. Ml. Reid (Edinburgh Academi- eals) back; E. W. Spencer (Clydesdale), Laniond (Kelvinside Academicals), Burcher (Edinburgh Academicals), B. T. Neilson (West of Scotland), three-quarters; Donaldson (West of Scotland) (cap- tain) and Simpson (Royal High Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being permitted to flay the Hides below the krnee or ,igabrel, is a Regulation not onlr detri. rmenral' to the Burcher, but more efpecially to the Revenne and the Public at large, for alrbhough thoCe extreme parts of the Hides Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lr31, and Autg. 25, at the Swan Inn. -Atialt, Mit. 'Luxford. Biadfoad. P Nicholas t ddock, of Monkwesrarorhlta ir Sha, Burcher, July z5, 27, ad Aug. Z5, 3i3LI Black Lion, Stccktoi . AtrMorry, Nir. RZA C, Sto ckton. joI'eCollis, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    German, Aidermanbury, hofier. April 22, W. Wall, Oxfold-llreet, holier. Aptil 8. J. Prior, Pritices Itreet; Spital-fields, dryfalter. April 18, 'i Burcher, Chapel-ftrcer, Welthuinlier, car. penter. April 18. T. G. Williamlfon, Paradife-fireet, 'Rotherhlithe,I mariter. April 25. VVi . Brown, King-fireet, Bhtomfbiory. Subscribers-only content

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    farmer Fe Buckley Chlarles, Eldon-ploce, Stoke-upon-Trent, corn Fa L1 dealer Fri of Bishoprick Anne, Miligate, Richlmond, Yorks., widow FI re Burcher Frederick, Kiddermninster, solicitor Fe n, Britton Arthur II., Royal Star aind Garter Hotel, Wolver- Fe of hamptofa, hotel keeper Subscribers-only content

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    and Bourne John, the Arbour, Market Drayton, farmer [gilder BuckleyCharles, Eldon-place, Stoke-upon-Trent, corn dealer Bishoprick Anne, Castlehill, Richmond, Yorks., widow Burcher Frederick, Kidderminster, solicitor Bennett Tjiomas Gill, 14, Stafford-street, Derby, gent. Bonell Edward, Market Drayton, Salop, engineer Blackshaw Ellen, Iungleton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Market Drayton, farmer IBuckley Charles, Eldon Place, Stoke-upon-Trent, corn I dealer E FBishoprick Anne, Castle Hill, Richniond, Yorks., widow F Burcher Frederick, Kiddernuinster, solicitor F Bennett Thomas G., 14, Rtafford Street, Derby, gentleman F Bonell Edward, Market Drayton, engineer Blackshaw Subscribers-only content

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    LA T&-S- 2 TURDA Y. _9 cted PRIVY COUNCIL.-JULDICIAL COMIsrTrrEn te to Present.-Lord Brougham, Mr. Baron Parke, Sir Herbert or of Jenner Fust, and the Rlight Hon. T. Pemberton Leigh. that 1lAtES V. VINCrENT. ater LoR) BROUGHoAM gave judgment Subscribers-only content

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    v. Smith; Hiles v. Moore.-(Kimorr Baucs.)-Causes, 8c., by order: Gilbert v. Selwenke; Burnaby v.M'fDonald; Norris v. Dodd; Saddler v. Hoelse; Burcher v. Bennett; Ex parte Robinson; t Ex parte Barrett; Smith v. Wright; Samson v. Hawkins; Disney v. Henderson. - Subscribers-only content

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    D-eks; Mr. C. M. MIDor- mott has been appointed suptrnutnerary clerk in the Reeiv-r.General's 0Oifce in L nd; Mr. Thlomas Burcher * hus been appointed a clerk for Gentral Bueinesi at Liver- pool.-Scotland: A vicancy hua been caused in the Subscribers-only content

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    him, but she ws allowed to go, on her own recognisane of 601. to appear when called upon. lMlr. Cooper prosecuted, lnstructed by the parish soli citor, and Mr. Best was counsel for Young, who bad been servaut to Burcher. Subscribers-only content

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    girl, aged 17, placed at the bar before Mr. Mansfield, charged with at- tempting to commit suicide, by taking. arsenic. Burcher, 118 D, deposed to seeing a crowd round the prsoner, in Great Jamea-street, Libon-grove about twelve o'clock at night. Subscribers-only content

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    Young and Anderson, Wapping, sail-makers Saturday, April 17. ! Aslat A. Lambeth, victualler I Brammer C. Woodhouse, Yorkshire, man-mercer I Burcher T. Mitchell-dean, Gloucestershire, timber-dealer | Collinson E. Crooked-lane, oil ni-rchant ; Doucb.itt S. 1 iverpool, merchant lEln.t-r G Misttey. Subscribers-only content

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