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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at tilea"' ca eiOrltv-six n In 1- GRAsY, the poet. speaka% thug of Flim ih a lettnr. dited tr itf Burnham. in Btnckinghamsblire, i'A37. " We lrit old Mr. SouteaN at a genotie'. 4n15 houle a iitttC5' oft'* he is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Place, City-ronad jeweIllers, march l , 18, April 15, at twelve, at Guild- hall. Attorney, Mr. Coote, Austin-Friars. W. Bayley, Burnham, Elssex, boat-builder, Mqrch 7, Is, April 13, at ten, at Guhidhall, London. Attorney, Mr. afwlI', Dorset-street, Slisbury-square, London. 1. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whole a most desirabl4 object for investment or gentlemzanly rdsidence, situate in the several parishes of Brldgewater, Hluntspill, Pawlett, Wiinbdan, Burnham, Lilstoek, Netbegj -Stowey, Dodliugton, olford, Stoke, Gursey, Itilton, and Otterhampton.- This Estate is divided into severai excellent, wrel-conditioned farms, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was heard to say as they were swung off- I There you go, you warmins." He afterwards returned home to Burnham, and wa talen in lD One of his brothers. On his appearing puirliely in the town, the populace hecame Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'f property by lightning, 556. Melancholyaccident to Dr MICulloch; Narrow escape; Twenty-three persons poisoned; Earthquake in Lancashire; A little hero; Burnham murders, 557. Extraordinary disappearance, 557, 573. Loss of convict ships, 557, 619, 69, 826. Brutal outrage; Gambling; An unfortunate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wilful murder of Mary Taylor, his wife.-Tho extraordinary and horrible circumstances of this case will be recollectedd The parish of Burnham was thrown into a state of fearful excitement and alarm in the early part of last year by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Old dewry. J. Hallett, Oranige t Bbhonisbury. Iatt r. [Parker, St Paul's churchyard. C.A Halihn,Parktoad,Regeit'spark,loilginig-house keeper. [Sit-itb,Chancery!. G. M thia, Burnham, Buckinghamshire, shopkeeper. [Smith & Dry, Serle st. Liicoli'oc isi. G. Bedlord, Keppel st. Chelsea, grocer. [Lott, Bow lane, Cheapside. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birmingham. corrier. [Chaplin, Gray's inn square. F. Lawrence, New cut, Lambeth, general dealer. [Spyer, Broad street buildings. Rb. M. Mornemrenti Burnham Wostgate, Norfolk, grocer. [=Wood ad Blake, Falcon street, Aldersgate street. T. Robson, Eastcbeap.chemist. [Csioby, Church et. Old Jewry. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Poole, ship-broker-June *28, J. Salter and W. Balston, Poole, twiane oanufacturers. CERTIFICATES-Arait. 20. F. W. Paddon,Plv-xistoeth,comrmon carrier-T.Cooper,Lewves, Suasex coke-trunufacturer-E. Atkins, Manchester, wholesale chysoisto-J. Miller, Drury lane, statioeser- s. Botham, Hales- worth, Suff Ik, woollen-draper-G. W. ]Burnham, jun. Bed- ford, druggist. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dewsburv, 151. from St. Neot's, 201. from Ross, (Herefordshire) 41. from Liverpool, 1,0001. (applause); from the Reverend G. R. Blackett, Burnham, lOs. from Leek, 151. from Bridge- north, 51. from St. Neot's (second remittance), 51. from Holmfirth (second remittance), 401. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I have not heard from you this age. Why don't you write ? Pray remember me to my Brother at Burnham, and kindly to Mrs Nelson, my Aunt, and the Children." The remark that his reputation depended on the opinion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jun., Liverpool, bookseller. [Cornthwaite and Co.old Jewry chambers. J. Sanderson, Liverpool, merchant. [Birch and Braluab, Great Winchester street. S. Watson, Burnham, Somersetshire, stone mason. [Gray, B'atal' R. Hill, Exeter, carrier. (Terrell, Gray's inn square. bury 3. Macwilliam, Gloucester, hosier. [Richards Subscribers-only content

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    Liverpool, srip brokers-H. P. Flaslrlman and A. Ford, Lower Beigrase place, Pimhico, soda water mannfaclturers. I BANKRUPTS. W. M. Robinson, Burnham, Buckinghamshire, draper. [Jacobs, WXinchester baildiags, Great Winchester street. G. F. Blow, Great Dover street, Newingtu, cornier. [Rhodes and Lotte, Subscribers-only content

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    spare the man's life, and one of them sent the following lester to the prisoner at Taunton gaol : i Burnham, near Bridgewater, Aug. 11, 1847.-As oneof the jury on your trial, I hasten to inform you that the verdict Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ATK.ATATE' OYSTERS are not in perfection until tl are Six Years old. The real Burnham Natives of that age are tikeis irom the Beds at Burnham in Essex, andtransmitted daily in Four 1,01 , by tho Eostern Counties Railway to Subscribers-only content

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    Y S T EB S. ATIVE OYSTERS are not in perfection until N they are Six Years old. The real Burnham Natives of that age are taken from the Bods at Barnhana in Emsex, and transmitted daily on Four hours Subscribers-only content

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    Ctaloguesand Price Lists forwarded en application, post-free. NATIVE OYSTERS are not in perfection until N they are Six Years old. Burnham Natives of that age are taken frons the Beds and transmitted in Faur heurs by Railwar to my Estab- Subscribers-only content

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    Haisn"n' imith, brickmalker. [Fourdrinier, College street, Doscgats. V. Gooda, Great Yirmoath, Norfdi-, linendraper, [Nichols, Crook's court, Corey street. W. Robarts, Burnham, Bockinghoam, apotbeca y . [Lambert, Gray's inn. E. Tucker, Nicholas lane, Citv, share dealer. [West, Gresham street. Susan Day, Subscribers-only content

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    heart, so I remain, your most affectionate and obliged friend, WILLIAM NELSON, Here is a third, after seven more days: Burnham, August 20th, 1801. Your letters, my dear Madam, though they make us easy about my dear brother, yet make Subscribers-only content

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    were then brought forward, and the prisoner was again remanded. Aaiorswiaaa Caup'rx.-A MATCH AGAINST TimE.-On Monday, the magistrates of the Burnham district, in Buckinghamshire, were occu- pied in hearing on information laid by Mr Thomas, the secretary to the Society Subscribers-only content

 

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