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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by thc Court of Review, unless CausO be shown to tfie contrary on or before July 27. T. J. James, Chatford, Salop, corse dealer-J. Brethlerick, Newlay, Yorkshire, dyer-V. Hone, Rleading, coacit proprietor. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. D. M'Farlane, Dumbarton, autctioncer-J. Campbell end Subscribers-only content

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    ront Neuf I- The TRIAL SELLINr PL.ATr of 200 save, for all ages. Flve Y furlongs. B. Itamabury, aged (100 Chatford, S yrs Scotch Pearl, 4 yrs se Bova) Grenore, 6 yrn (100) (1(00 .'A onDEc or RunNsNia.-Trial, 2.0: Weller. Subscribers-only content

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    GQeneral Foal, Worceseatr. :-. - cetit tN OVEREBIIS t1Snreery).-Eai~en~end Lady nekek *gesngig. 'C oueut lIre hightat roteranrce,-Addrs, Y., Poet 4Jinea, Chatford Gloemeateeehe.,. -' . 517 'ATUR8D RY bovemneea or uroftu (7uomp anln,-Yoong Lady aesekn LNBoeugagament. uglie~b. MoStlo. French. Giood references Subscribers-only content

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    for iloanry', rctairol3e'nac or msilliniery besinaes. or Iwould stilt a chenmist. lsatlilf;%ntlrimg tiei,.lboarliool. 'Tradel good.-Apply to Tliozasu Smith, Mlount 1'lesailt, Chatford. Glouece-. tershire, 419~~~~~~~~~isrootito FICGround Rants, Bultidiag l,atiils Sic-SEe IMl~itittly Regisetr. Ittlblishond by Haentriks and Smith. LiliO Ageuiis ond Anctieocelo. Subscribers-only content

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    Street, girmilgha. th V. UProN, late (Great Hampton Street, but now of Ichnield a Street, Birminglam, furniture brolter. B. Gory, Chatford, Salop, farmer. T. Sisreu.noN, Nutherton, near Dudley, bherhousa-kreper and t cos kceper. tc .S. WAIrELAM, Shiffnal, Sainp, miller and Subscribers-only content

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    462 rrs Let, Hill of lEye stereys, with othe buildings; abuendant T water powver. Rent very moderate.-Adeeoo, C., St. Marys, Chatford. Seroud. C] 9224 512.2GM Chacobers, Temple Ro cd Temple Streot.-Profcn- ) solesal Odcheeo.-Scveral eiesof Roemese to e, on ground, Subscribers-only content

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    Upper Clatford parish, On the night of Monday, November 22, I was at the house of Charles Lewis, Waterloo-terrace, Uiper Chatford. George Butcher and others were there. We all left within a few minutes of each other. It was just Subscribers-only content

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    flouqS.-LOSs oF OsE LIEI AND t B.flMCW EsveArE OF Tiirotn 0aw rm.-Yesterday morn t iR, inforniatioln wes forwarded by Inspector Chatford, of t tbe ueetish Town police to Dr. Lankester, the coroner for tddlt~esa, of the death of Henry Adams, Subscribers-only content

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    rAnT-PARADE AUCTION ROOMS, YLEDS, five Inintelltes' Walk from tho railway stations, anear the Tow's Msill, and othur xirioeipid bruldings, and in tic, oentia Of publlic and Drofessonaiel bosinesm. l'rineipoil outrarnee-'Dut-xitrado:- Goodis ontrantoo-Park Cross- 15troot. IMI Rl''l and SONS, Anooontioers. Subscribers-only content

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    of vivacity, but the face is by no means suggestive of the pauvre 1uelite b'rouufrou of the dram%.-Mr. L. Slocombe's "Chatford" (68) contains in the foreroudnd a piece of water, that proves of what delicacy this artist iscapable-" During Sermon" Subscribers-only content

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    45 Juvenile .. . 4 15 Spriug CUP ., .......... 445 Si C ENTS. Trial-Mr. Peck's Ramebury, aged; Mr. LawIa' Chatford, 5 yrs; Mr. Childwick's Greenore, 6 yrs; I Mr. Burton'si Scotch Pearl, 4 yr&--cah to be eold for 100 Subscribers-only content

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    -John Hastinqgs, Kingston-upon-HulD, draper. Iartiji Rimhardson, *wHarrogate, Yorkshire, attorneyattl5s' Joseph- Hll~ Smith, Merthyr Tydiil, Glamorgsnobire,. egrCers wratchmaker. William GiboBii~aboe.Tos Jeynes, Longdon, Worcestershire, butcher. Themnts 30ee James, Chatford,' Shropahire, eorn dealer. SvOroZ ZSaUrSeTEaTsoeS.-Robert Regere, Glasgow, i monger. Atndrew Lindsay, victualler. ; Subscribers-only content

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    for bimself and brother Stewards. The tfllowing eOnntemcn were proposed for election et the next meet. ing.:-bl Fraucds George Giles, Chatford M1ills, Andover, Haunt: Mr J"Brph Ingledew, 4, Biehospsatv otrcet Without; Mr Bean Johu Hoart, 141, New Bond-street; Mr William Subscribers-only content

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    the 10th inst, at Southburgb, aged 84, Elizabeth, •iduw of the late Mr. Henry Stebbing, of Letton. Same day, at Chatford, Gloucestershire, in his 50th yeir, Mr. Joseph Chapman Readhouse, formerly of this city ; leaving a widow and four Subscribers-only content

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    Handfield, S. Henry Clutterbiick, Esq., of Mount Ararat Station, Western Port, only son of Samuel Clutterbuck, Esq., of St. Mary's, Chatford, Gloucestershire, England, to Charlotte Elizabeth, eldest daughter of J. B. Burrell, Esq., of Arthur's Seat, Port Phillip Bay. - Subscribers-only content

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    Aldbury Mills, Surrey, paper-manufacturers G, Stevenson, John-street, Tottenham-court road, coach-maker J. Evstisand J. Worrall, Liverpool, drapers .1. and'T. Isles, Chatford, Gloucester, clothiers R. . Car ruthers, Gracechurch-street, dealer J. Wf_t__J_:er, Lona-hboroush. flour-dealer S. Parke Porter, Exeter, cabinet-maker A. Glenniiv. Sise-lane. Subscribers-only content

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    Pierce, Uverpool, bnilder- J. Forher, Liver- pool, watchmaker- W. Gibson, Birmingham, broker- T Jsyaes. Longdoa, Worctsterahlre, bnteher- T. J: James, Chatford, Shrop-hlre, corn-dealer. From Tuesday Night's ******** Gazette. Bankrupts.- Joseph Pruat, Stratton, Cornwall, tanner. March S3, at 11 o'clock, April Subscribers-only content

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    She still kept up her old intimacy with Mrs I Freemantle, and worked with her among tha poor ' of Chatford pariah, which waa a large one. She j received all callers with her accustomed cordiality, I and afternoon tea Subscribers-only content

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    ln tha year 1801 a fine old Jacobean house, known aa Chatford House, situated on the borders of Devon and Somerset, was in the occupation of a Mr Edward Leggett, a wealthy farmer, and his two sons. Mr Leggett possessed Subscribers-only content

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    aid of the five great central and legitimate Church societies, has recently been established for the Hundreds of Barstable and Chatford. Mrs. Lattery, of Great Warlcy, has contributed the munifi- cent sum of £00. We trust this generous example will Subscribers-only content

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