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    day, December 7, Iliddupolh Arms; Mondy, 9 Newot;Wednesdlay, ii, Froome's Hilt; Friday, 9, Ashibourne Station; Tuesday, 10, Blitbbury; Thursdeay, '2, Burnaston; Friday, 13, W'oodford; Saturday, 14, Branstons House. PYrCnrzEY (at 11)-Tbis (lay, December 7, Harrington. Quons (at 11).-This clay, December Subscribers-only content

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    Rtoheston, and Titbltuy has 1,539 inhabited houses, and a population of 7,569. A third muhbdivision, whieh includes Ash, Bearwnrdoote, Bretby, Burnaston, Dalbury Lees EtwaD, Findorn, Foremark, Ingleby, . lirklcover (with the Asylum), Newton Solney,Ijtadbourne, Repton, Trasley, Twytord and Stanson and Subscribers-only content

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    the place of the late Rev. It. A. Sharpe for Anslow, and Mr. W. Jackson, vic DIr. J. Dean, for Burnaston. Contests s may take place at Eggintmn, wherc Messrs. G. - L. White I sitting member ) and T. Subscribers-only content

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    March 1, Hope Conrt. M-ENELL (at 11).--This day, Marchl, W~ichnor; Monday, 3, Vernon's Oak; Tuesday, 4, Hamestall Ridvare; Thursday, 6, Burnaston hoose; Saturday, 8, Ste New Lodge. P:TC.ELEY (at 11).-This day, March 1, Earrington. PYCaEIY, WOODLAND (at U).-This day, March Subscribers-only content

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    British CamP. Luoow (at 11).-Thursday, March 6, Hanley Dingles; Satws. day. 8, Stoke St. Milborougi.. MSYSELb (at 12).-Thnraday, March 6, Burnaston Hrose; Saturday, 8, the New Lodge. MorcMorUTHssIrtE (at 11).--Thursday, March 6, Tre-Owen- PYresnLEr, WOODLANo (at 11).-Thursday, March 6, Bough"on Subscribers-only content

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    r-ooLw (ar 11).-This day. March 6, Hanley Tingles; seazo da y, 8, StolcesSt. Frilrborough. aM-NEat. (at 14)--This day, March 6, Burnaston Hence; Saturday, 8, rho New Lodge. Mossimorruscalitz (at l1)--This day. March 6, 'Tre.Ower. PFrcujr.Er, WOoDLnaS (at 11).-This day, March Subscribers-only content

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    by n twenty-one votes against seven.-The Farm Committee e reported that Mr. A. R. Mosley, owner of Park Hill and Burnaston mansions and estate, had commenced @ proceedings against the Corporation, claiming £1,500. 0 damages and an injunction in respect Subscribers-only content

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    11 atm., at the Rovel Hotel, Crewe; public examination, December 18, at noon, af the Royal Hotel, Crewe. SAMsun SPENcER, Burnaston, Derbyshire, innkeeper and farmer. First ltceting, December 15, at 1130 am., at the Official Receiver's, Derby; public examination. January Subscribers-only content

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    and final I diVideud, 9d. in the pound, payable October 8, at the Illof iW eceiver's, Wolverbampton. SjUM L SPE:sCRc, Burnaston, Derbyshire, innkeeper El and farmier. Secatd and final dividend, Sd. in tbe pond s(11s 5d. on new proofs), payable Subscribers-only content

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    sT Official Beweive's, swansea; p1bi exautnatiob, Jaftiy ns at n3on, at the Town Hall, Swansea. NOTICES OF DIVIDENDS. SAMUEL SrsNcst, Burnaston, Derbyshire, tarmer and Inn- keepe Thild dlvidchd, 3U in thepond; pesyble. JbuaD¢ 5, att offee d T. IL Harrison, Subscribers-only content

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    Official Receiver's, Newcastle-under-LyIme; public examination, March 22, at 2.16 p.m., at the Town Hatll Stoke. NOTICES OF DIVIDEND. SAnrusa SPENCER, Burnaston, Derbyshire, innkeeper and farmer. Fourth and Snal dividend, 6a. Id. in the pound; pay- able, March 9,-at T. H. Subscribers-only content

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    hbs enjoyed complete immunity from thoe above-nained tearful scourge, it has re-appeared on the ferm of Mr. Williani Archer, of Burnaston, near Derby. Tho cow died a dav or two BiDce, acd thle cause of death not being sufficiently clear, Subscribers-only content

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    0'Mster, and Cardif. THE YO'RSHSTRE COAST MYSTERY.-.Mr. J. Al. Jennings and a jury yesterday afternoon., at the Jollv Sailors' Inn, Burnaston, a village five miles north of Scarborough, held an inquiry into the cir- I cuinstances connected with the death Subscribers-only content

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    Bar'; at Mr Drake's-.Tuesday, Stratton Audley; Thursday, aH Green; Saturday. Farthinghoe Lodge. en Mr Brearey'sTuesay, Half -Moon Inn. Littleover; Thurstdy Burnaston; Saturday, Osmaston Toll Gate, near Derby; at eleven. Big Mr Trelawny's-Taesday, Bideford Bridge; Friday. Gooda- North Staffordshire -Tuesday, Switnerto, Subscribers-only content

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    the vigorous measures taken for its suppression, and the only case in England and Wales last week was one at Burnaston, a village near Derby. That, however, is an exampleof the singular capriciousness (so to speak) of the disease as Subscribers-only content

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    be incurred. I FRANCIS CALVERT. Receiver. I Sudbury, 25th Sept. 1811. Ic *Bradley. Eggington. Shirley. P BredsaUl. Ireton Parvav. Swarkstone. Burnaston. l edlaston. Sinfiln and Arliston. Chellastolls Osmaston. Stenson, & Twyibrd. E FREEHOLD ESTATES, MELBOURNE, DERBYSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY Subscribers-only content

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    at Ratcliffi, anid Saturdey 30th at Tollertori iali. 'lhe DERBY Ifarriers wvill htntat LIttleover on .Alto;by Oec. Y and at Burnaston on-Thutiday Dco. 1. 'I IC CII FE R FIELD llarricrs bunt at Ntwtrigvs OI onFridity Nov. sf, and At Subscribers-only content

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    GrFIEMZAL ELECTION. | Psw r o1 OtD*s-ATohd4y Utbs halrd cotutes fnitsbed,; ?land the final starc af 'tbe poll'sa 2~11 w.. iernum. C ombe, 5125,ir N V. Curtis 4b77,S Si, j. Slmw 4062g Alder. ;ntas Al'hius 3645, Mr. Waithlman 2iS21 Subscribers-only content

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    and Clover,&e &i.. :h ~ C(itlogues may be had at the Queeiai lim, Burtonoupl e Treiit; on the Themnises at Burnaston, atid of M;.-geat - Derby. : ig. . 1 Q 1BL SOLD BY A'UCTION, . By, Mt. BREARL' . Subscribers-only content

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    Cotton Rev. C. E. Dalbury Lager James, Etwvall Walker William, ditto C(ox Roger, Spondon mday E D). Shipley Wilder Samuel, Burnaston Cox John, Derby Mundy Captain George, ditto Webster Paul, Derby Cox Tbomas, ditto Morley .oscph Williamn, Derby lWilmot F. Subscribers-only content

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