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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Norfolk-Theophl'Is Thornagh Gurdon, of Letton, Esq. Worthamptoashire-William Abbot, of Moulton Grange, Esq. NforthumberIand-Edward Collingwood, of Dissington-hall, Esq. 2iottinghamshire-William Carlton, of Chilwell, Esq. Oxfordshire-Stanlake Batson, of Mixbury, Esq. Rdlandshire-Johln Morris, of North Luffenbam, Esq. Syrrpshire-Johsn Wingfield, of Onslow, Esq. Sopiersetshire-Edward Jefferies Subscribers-only content

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    CONFESSION OF MuRDnER-It has within the last few days been made known that J. Baguley, aged seventy, who died at Chilwell, four miles south of Nottingham, on the 16th uit., confessed on his deathbed that twenity-three years ago he murdered Subscribers-only content

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    Wednesday given by the Nottinglsam magistrates which it~ of interest to owners of property in urban districts. Tl,~e Beeston and Chilwell Laud Society were sued for theirs!isare of certain sewerage works which B~ had been executed `by the Beoston Local Subscribers-only content

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    AGENCIES,_TRAVELLERS (conitd). GEN Wntd.topush f6est~ciass Machinery Oils rommnditiilng Fo tll.- I LiencOtiiutsitLi.-Si-Ad -,.rt: GENCY Wantl,e in bIthae llanrl. Ifo-rk itbes.'e f, l 1rp~ thanG;ais- ut-INW h Wc. s -Snt-1 friliatir oulatr At-bont r.s 151, ltbhign i Oils. y Zll Subscribers-only content

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    HORSES, CARRIAGES. &-., FOR SALE (canal. -(I)I( LK-SET Htormc'al aress; superior qluality: good ( ' I li -ul -WI IP 1 artolar) :silver resort-cd ;holly stuck 05 5-rheitoitito itrgain 5s. 6d. - Stephensouas D.Jpot, e , Ltt Br- ad Subscribers-only content

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    (-FYTLMA Of good business errprienici, w~ith a capital. OfI to Z5102.. is, Dosiro. s of Purssine or entrin erito Partnership in a thoroughly sound coricoru.-Addrcss. 1 0 Daily Poet. e-81tS ~RONFRY-ttPNT~s~~YonucMan .Hwih £711.. W l~s ,jF iniitit1. OccaswiLally traseL. Subscribers-only content

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    SITUJATIONS VACALNT (-anti.) C ROCRV --0-teog e-it WVanted. N oat tA. to matta hieniF~l G"22X It2T~ A:~iU nd in-lo-s 1,I), vr-sd at- prOTbosions; (A IN't I -Wated r~onoe., 'yii- I. rctire Junior; rood -IGnieand Frru,1, [ILoekly H iltl. t' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -There were seventeen competitors for the mile bicycle handicap (open), the final hreat proving a very keen contest, J. Aram, Chilwell (85 yards), proving the best by a few inches in front of F. H. Holmes, Derby (55 yards), who Subscribers-only content

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    Il-oruwen '1Yra, Harlech. c3700 U) HYI-Wtnter Apartments, bordmin- or private hosme Jt, comforts: unexceptional references. 8Ierrn strictly moderate. -Apply, Km Chilwell, Clifton House, West Parade. e7641 WNorthWalee.-PLas Sydney, Russel roaL This detacbed RHYResidene to het, furnished, for a short period, Subscribers-only content

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    was then adjourned, ind Captain Robertson went back to prison. FATAL ACC]DIET.-A fatal accident occurred on the Ilidland Railway near Chilwell, five miles from Notting- iam, on Friday afternoon last. At the time in question n old man named Samuel Subscribers-only content

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    Bright, Beq., M.P." Livxnr>ooI VOLDNTEERs Iy BrIRmiuGsAa.-A very graceful compliment was yesterday paid to the members of the 42nd Lanecashire (Chilwell) Company of Rifle Vol1sn- teers by a respected Magistrate of this town, Wim. Lucy, Esq. The corps, it seems, Subscribers-only content

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    c'42 ALAL EATH.-St, Iroole Road(, Mi.elely hoad-To tog .4LTwt linaniediete posoession, a~ compacat and oonvealltu I1OISE, Reunt £18. No. 4, Chilwell 0'lace.-Apply at No. 5. c22i04 ~;.Viarent'Street, Ladlrvaed.-A capital 14 Ot t~aud Slhop to be LET, ce(ntainlitg Sitting Rloom, Kitchlen, Subscribers-only content

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    ...... 11 b Chiswell .......... I Ilann, a. GriflitIs, b Chiswell .... 8 b Chiswell ..... 1 T. Lloysl, b Chilwell ...... . 0 not cut .............. a Stanley, is Chiswell ............ 0 O c Davis, ) NIarilev 2 J. Subscribers-only content

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    PUMLO ANUSEMM&TS TEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. U GREAT= PAnromo SUCCESS EVER ATJHsLSrD IN THIS THEM&TA KU BEST OPENING MD TUE B36T 00310 BUSII:9SS The ARMY of AMAZONS, in Nagnliicent Silver Armour. ftactarwo and BeaUtiful Scenory. Dresses, ad Appontmnlt.s ME LAST Subscribers-only content

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    ba given, in accordance with the results of the Cambridge Examination for Women, in June next.-Athenceum. Mr. T. AB. [Oharlton, Chilwell, Notts, has commenced boring for coal on his estate in the valley of the Trent, about four miles wesatof Subscribers-only content

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    ENERAL Servant.-Wanted, fin a smalt Family, a. respeetatblo kW Gieneral Servant, about 18 or 20 years of age.-Apply at 0. Chilwell l'laee, St. Paul's Road, Meoseley Road. .1225 ANTED. immediately, an experiencedl General Servant, Tllenseucid lieit.-Apnply, between. 11 and 2.; Subscribers-only content

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    iii a small way of busioiess at Becston, near Nottingliaun. In October, 1872, plaintiff went to visit kli aunt at Chilwell, a village adjoining Beeston, accompanied by lice sister and a Miss Langton. They got out at Beeston Station, and Subscribers-only content

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    Read, Moseley, ce14 Fl NERAT, Sgivant (respectabslel Wanstesd, In at small famiily, G ahploub 20 'ears of ageo.-Apply at 3, Chilwell Place, St. Fistu's Bond, Mosaley Road. 10241 ( RENRAL Servant Wanted. Ltberal wages. Boy kelst.-Applyj 53' 441, Greenway Terrace, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Terrace, Boho Hill, ltandsecortlh CiENERAi, Servacit (recpectablel VWanted. il) a sencall family, 7f abolut 20 y.ers of age.-Anply at 3, Chilwell Place, St. 1aSIcs Rood. Moseley Roed. _ _ e3247 (ENERAL ervant (good) Wancted. iuulohliatelY.-Apply, Brot- Q lett. Tailor, 2, Subscribers-only content

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    JI. 30. Daily P'olse. d3073 El]NalRAI, Servant (respectable) Wanted, in a small familY, a'bout 20 yearnS of age.-Auply at 3, Chilwell Place, St. Ilialss Road , Moseley Road.- cR,07 ClIINERAL Servant Wanted, able to Cook.-Apply. Mrs. bcewier, G.3 holo Hill. Subscribers-only content

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