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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LODADONV G-AZ.ETT. B4ATNKRUt'PT'CY PM uRGE). I. W7h'Tie, WVbber-streei, Sotibvwatk, victualtir, from Ae-g 12 Br NKP.1'0TVY SUP IMRSED .D. TV. 10*ilmot, Cliston,! aoitilnt, fearmer. i3AN'ie.lKiUP S. I. B3. iioOtle, Weilclose-sqare~ niasier-'r aeler. Attor ney, 7Mr. w Iliaroc, (rc5;nor-' eet, (liChaieerv-x-lcw i.. Subscribers-only content

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    f,FirgElgbsstu)i. WagesLie, VeCry cm. IS fortable vutmustiotu.-ssotral Riegistry, SO, New Street S TIlLlIOOMt MAID,-'W3atic an experienced rospeetabll younra IsPereoo-.Addrees. lsipcnialifotel, Cliston. 13 F USItftUL Heltm.-Waistedl immutediately, a, reo;ectsui-! y,mag PeFreson 11 10 20. to do hotusw,werk saidlatitttn siug snoe l Subscribers-only content

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    Housework, _~ rPAseo.-Address, C. 92, Daily Posai 56 ,-iTUATION Wanted, by aotg Man, in am7any capaCty.-Knigh > ;US 8, w~dersea Cliston P~Oad, A-seen. 5197 de ILTUATN Wanted, biy young Mfan, as WWages Clerk, Time. - keeper, Re0 works or cotlies.-Address, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE ARCHAOLOG1CAL EXCURION. The first e~ct~ral~fl of Use pI~se~t seesesi of the excellen land Conties Arcbmlcige Association we atrianGe lfo Tues- day, the places to be visited being Waric ,Guys lf Kaonllwoeth. Aweh 2h the Oilcrnigt wasTwretchedly -ae and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the stable last night. (Loud laughter.) I have slept on the floor and in the tap-room since. (Rlenewved laughtr.)-Mfr. Cliston Did not your wife pay for the watch and chain when it was purchased ? Prosecutor: No;* I paid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    30. HI JOILN F. SUTTON. uenens Manager. fTUBLIGNOTICES. TNIOaN OF SdfAIULL.-SCHOOL ATTENDANCE UCOMIMITTEE ,focr the P'arieshes or Townsbitrs following9: fladdesley Cliston. Itolstill, Earitsu, l'nuehwood. Eltardon, Kesotie, Lairsvortht. Nestheerst, Packwood. SollIrull. Tanwvortir, aned Yagriley.- Mmtie -is hereby ejeves, in reference to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Most H-onourable Order of the Bath. A family group of seven persons, representintg liv gesiera- tions sWais pheotgrapIlod ill Cliston, AN-is., a fear days ago. The hles0r aild be 100 years of age August 9 if sho lives, atd Subscribers-only content

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    passed over Chesnirtg, Illiesot-, where s'everiul were killed Owil twenity injrrred l; id over D1lrtitht ilitinesottl, Water- tosan, W'iscolSin, and Cliston, wlist wiheric th',bere ware also several killed and injured There lvera ilso several victimnn in thie country near t'itauitoit, Subscribers-only content

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    bo 0 NI'iamtun&Steifordshlre 261,5 - 50 12 %! Wrester City &Coonty, L. 19 1S1/4 P.- GAS, ) 5 O 5 Cliston A...... . 10 lo - Stir 100 GRS-lIght anti CokeA... -. - 2231 ~i Stir. 100 Ditto, Ii .........143 Subscribers-only content

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    Boo9giani, B. Bunldington, blios A. Breentore, W. U. Barlowr, Misa Al, Bownsce B. 0. Bosely, Mrs. V. 'Tire eml, J' Cliston. itA.. A. B. Copeland, WV. Sidney Cosper, T. 0.iCooper, Aliss It, Clow. Victoe Corder, N. J. Cregiees, Rnpert AI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Auttik Bristol,. IBISTOL-flandsoms corner Spirit Vaclts, feces Ijeiuburhantboroughfarss; noothor pirithouse. im, Auctioneer, Bristol. . I ENUINE Bearh1nouc, Bristol, Bath, and Cliston iu.a I aboot£IS20._oooh.-owiSSg, Nelson Street. Briate1 e' I AUH-DCOORBeer and Grocery; free: trads abont 0T nominal expenses.' In-comiog £50.-Downu.g.'x Subscribers-only content

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    Bl-KLYProprtyFreehold or LeoseholdelY,Wasted, coe0d die- tiL dvertiser has £,3,000. to invost,-Addrtss, 578. Daily 2055 ROUSES AND LAND TO LET. ACOCK'SGreecm Cliston Esadl.-Slouse: dining, drawiog rooms. A fie bd ronisand all' modern eeoienienceo. Root £35. c2051 -10COCK'S (Isecu. -XWeoc Vie., Bread Subscribers-only content

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    - ~ fl~TI~SV A A N~T (contd). -p tre t se young Lady, as Milliner, to take 5 - , ~ ~rd t;gsd-ls rrd.el; muon, be tIgII, Zwa fmpove Waned JurWokros F- R9 e% ll~~t'~ser Street.________ _______ 0802I c Subscribers-only content

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    staying with Mrs. Galiway's parents, Mr. and -Mrs. Watson, of Edenbridge, near Tunbridge. - A fortnight ago- Mrs. Gallway left Cliston for Edeubridge, taking with her one of her daughters (Eileen), aged seven. Her intention vwas to bring back to Subscribers-only content

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    ve Scale, as they are situate within a s M le of the Cityv of' York. IC Mr. Briggs, of' Cliston aforesaid, Timisber-Merchant, le will show the Pretsi'rs, anil further Particulars may. be had of hsmt, o'll -r, Darnbroughi, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eltsee to Mr. Jo hn (.isdtLhorp, of Brighonse, or to ilr. Wiiiliam Green- wood. i's r ., SariIs Creessrsesrt, sit Cliston, the Ese- Ln'us a of thc said ,Mr. 'lhostas tltrenwood. L ElIOR TAYLOR's Cf ED)ITORS. ih ti rlIHE Irttstee. Subscribers-only content

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    speed to Earl Bathurst's hause, with a natural axiousd resire to inquire after the welfare .,i her beloved husbaud; Lwrd Cliston of coarse *aid erery possible attentii to her Ladyship's ;Aquires, and on her receiving a. satisfactory aoe -nuns, she Subscribers-only content

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    the King's, Beticit ori~son) core)dealer, te nor. Jan. 027.a 011 So 5. at to, arid Marcci 0, on 10.-Att; - Cliston & Carter, St. ithoosa street, Suethstarik. - Sower Lpoitn, of Bolton lefitonra, in tire eoursty of-Laso ---rooter. talonw chandler, Subscribers-only content

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    farmer. Stitte day, aged 43. Dnitih, wife of Squire Fearnley', of Thorn. Saute dtty, aged 62, Mir. Samuel Presatley, of Cliston HeIghts, to asnear' Bradford, Nt lif Seine day, Mary, Infaint daughter of Mr. Joseph whittani), 21 'at. fearmer, Eceleshill. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lbs tiets gentlemen will now, at leaset, hovs the decency to reoign::-Lord er- Brawlt Bruce, Hian, P. Charltris, Lord Itahsrt Cliston, E. i~lzaitt md leniesol, Laid Drumlanrig, Sloe. M. Fitzroy, Right lion. W. E. ,Of Gladt~onse, tiph; Sian. Bt. -Geulborn, Subscribers-only content

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