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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES, !besday, Jugly 25. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOILVlD. J. Carr and J. E. Nefson, Newcastle-upo uTyne, linen drapers - Laverack, Britton, and Co. Kingstos-uporn-Hull, brokers- Skipper and Baker, Swaifham, Norfolk, linen drapers-Sawkiua and Challiuor, Leek, Sraffordshire, attornies -Tregelles Subscribers-only content

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    stones, built by the shepherds, and called the Carrock Man. Such cones are on the tops; of almost all our mountains, and they are all called vmein. At the bottom of the Carrock Man I seated myself for shelter, but Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE. H [0 XE. Ig SALONIERE FOREIGN HOTEL COMPANY (Limited) is an- noaaoed It is proposed to establish a foreign hotel on the site of the freat well-known hotel in Leicester square, and to purchase the I ge business, Subscribers-only content

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    are stated to be already disposed of. The properties to be worked consist of the Roughten Gill, Dry Gill, and Carrock End mines, situated in Caldbeck Fells, about eight miles from Wigton and thirteen from Penrith. It is mentioned that Subscribers-only content

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    of the crew remained on bhard, as there was no danger. A telegram from Tralee states that the ship Port Carrock, of Glasgow, with a cargo of copper valued at £075,000., which was driven into Brandon Bay last week, was Subscribers-only content

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    assd Sept. 17, at lialf-past 12, at sloe a Court of Bankruptcy, Roull.-Sols. Tosynbee, Lincoln; and is Stamp, Bull.-Ohlictal assignee, Carrock : pet. dated Aug. Q. , PERCIVAL John, Iof Market Deephig, in the county of Lin- coln, innkeeper and Subscribers-only content

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    land away to the Scottisl mountains, and of mnany a charming glen, and we are in the open country, with Carrock and other fells on the right, the hills of Nortbumlier- land -in front, and the pretty district around Qrils- Subscribers-only content

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    GOSSIP ON BOORS, MUSIC, AND XRT. Mr. Julian Hawthorne's new story, "John Parmeles's Curse," will be issued presently by Messrs. Longman. Mr. C. A. Fyffe has completed a second oluMOe of his "Histoty of Modern Earope." In it he Subscribers-only content

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    SP ORTING NEWS. t~ltle IONfDONfl ETTISNG,SFr daq. whten 1,000 to 60 was coferced on the field for the Lincolnshire Haindicap. 5'cr the Grand National, 500 70Iigtendered bar one. For the Derby, 500 tlo 30 -wstksabout Knight of the Thistle. Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. John Walsh, Granshaw, Ist prem. £1, ]Os. ; Mr. Hugh Thompson, Ratalla, 2d, £1, 5s. Mr. James Max- well, Carrock, 3d and 4th, £1, 17s. 6d; Mr. John Bronm, Portavogie, 5th, 12s. 6d.; Mr. Samuel Wilson, Tullina- crew, 6th, Subscribers-only content

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    -RDYAL ULSTER YACHT CLUB. | OPENIG OEISE. ! ON Saturday last, the 28th inst., the opening cruise I of this club was beld. The early part of the morn- ing was dark and stormy-looking, and a long swell setting Subscribers-only content

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    t~he following reac -Aul '', jtoen mlziK lcd ItsranrR. T.C. o 'dorPnee - . S, 'ont v, vPeI.. o Ltrine. Carrock IThi-'ic v. K,~ilsve-atcr. "'a- malcites to be -oniaeri on orw beonrn e 1 4ch inwt- ''nan club in each Subscribers-only content

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    the so Cameo, from Gliscwo SAILED FROM T1I15 PURL: ON,, aroANDL The es Bengare Head, Brenans.oaQ.e- via Ardrossan. The !so Carrock Sastle. for Silleots; rkth. h- for Whoteluven: the Ss . acn B Empres.s, for Anr; th sto >o,.on. frSs Subscribers-only content

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    the Civil Service Estimates. The Houseadjourned at midniglht. MONDAY. Replying to a question as to di loss of the Port Carrock with all hands, MIr. )luudella said that there was no power to prevent an uudermarined ship leaving port unless Subscribers-only content

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    Wilts; Mr. GLYN, from the inhabitants of St. Saviour'a, Chelsea, and its vicinity; Mr. C. HOWARD, from Irthington, Bayton and Carrock; Mr. VANSIT- TART, from Lockenge; Mr. WICKHAM, from inha- bitants of the district of Buttershow, county of York; Sir Subscribers-only content

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    and Bevon andi Girlitig, Brialol; off. asbig., Miller, Bristol. Fay.VnetCK WILLIAMS Lixawouis,Treriefc Chemical W~orlcs, near Pen. L,3e Cornwali, ; d Carrock Mines, near P~enrith, Cumberland, inanufaceuritig chemist, F~eb. 21 and, Aptil 24, at 1, at Exeter Court. SOL. Stogdott, Exeter Subscribers-only content

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    MINES. TaUSDAY EvmUa. The transactions in the mining market con- tinue upon an extensive scale. The shares in pro- minent request today at higher prices were East Caradon, EastLovell, Great Eortune, Great Busy, and Whea Grenville. Great Vor vwere Subscribers-only content

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    now to be seen at the Cross Keys Inn.- Bedford Beacon. A wbincbat's nest, witb two eggs, was found in Carrock Fel on Christmas day by two boys. Cowslips were last week plucked in the neighbourhood of Norton, Yorkshire, and Subscribers-only content

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    Robert Carrock, Fulton, N. Hutch- inson, M. de la Garde, and William Fuller, who stood charged with fraud and swind- ling, took place on Tues; in}- morning be- fore the Lord Mayor. On the preceding evening the two prisoners, Carrock Subscribers-only content

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    Re Frederick Vv' illiam Emerson, of Trereife Chemical Works, near Penzance, and of Carrock Mines, near Penrith, Cumberland. This was a petition for arrangement under the control of the court, under the Bankrupt Law ConsoUdation Act 1849, section 211. Mr. Subscribers-only content

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