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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reg F. Luckie). 15 BAn-ptS m G. Peacey and S. H. Bartlett, Atdortanbtosr', narehsusemen. [Lloyd, Milk street, Cheapsided C. G, Coldrey, Lawrence lone, merchant. [Ashmrsh and Co. Cheap- side. T. Wells, Slidbnry, confectioner. [Chlten and Ce. Chancery lane. A. Tstraey. Subscribers-only content

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    2100. more. The ladies who officiated yesterday at the sale were Mrs. J. Brewer sen., Mrs. T. W. Edwards, Aro. Coldrey, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Cooper, Miss Beck, Bliss Cope, Miss Bayley, and Miss Steckwia, end a very fair measure of Subscribers-only content

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    firel ins'each and secnrd Irs tire live feestnet beats to ride iii tire finel. Beat I : 1. WV. T. Coldrey (Itildare iJC,135 ykrds, 1 : A. Spires (For. swerd B.C.), 118 yards, 2 ; G. P. Istil% (Alieled B.C.), Subscribers-only content

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    wvas ordered to pay the amount of the damage or go to prison for a month, with hard labour.-William Yrvderickr Coldrey, marine-storo dealer, Rugby, sam- moned for illegally purchasing a quantity of lead of less weicht than 112tb. from a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Newcastle-upon-Tyne, mahogany merchants. J. rage and T. Mills, WVestbosurne-place, Paddiisgton, wvine merchants. T. Gorman, jun.. and Co.. Liverpool, provision merchants, Coldrey sod Davies, Finsbury-pavemont, dealers ini embroidery, Gale, Milner, and Smith, Parliament-street and Sweden, contractors as far as onecerns W. Subscribers-only content

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    the bride, William Duncan White, fourth son of the late Thomas White, Tayport, Fifeshire, and nephew of George Duncan, of Coldrey, Hants, to Jessie Campbell, third daughter of Adam Young, C.B., Deputy- Chairman of Inland Revenue. D EAT HS. COCHRANE-At Subscribers-only content

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    will be removel for interment ill the family burying-ground, S"'ntlield Churchyard, this (Satulrdayj afternlooU at three o'clock. DUNCAN-May 18, at Coldrey, Hauits, George Dun- can, of CXldrey, and of 45, Gordon Sqouare, London, aged 75 years. FOWLER-MIay 2$, at San Subscribers-only content

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    agent. Thmas Phillips and John Phillips, Glasgow, tea merchants. FRIDAY. BAsrmuts.-George Peacey and Samel Mottley Bartlett, warehousemen, Aldermanbuny.4 George Gage Coldrey, mer- chant, Lawrence-lane. Thomas Wells, confectioner, Sudbury. Siiffolk. Alexander Turney, brewer, Camberwell. Samuel Handley, builder, Manor-terrace, Shepherd's-lane, Brixton. Alfred Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three iears given sllp all communication wvith her husband, wClot isite thie prisoner to the house of a peeson. sastied Coldrey, and she there represented that the prisoeser was her huibased, and that his name seas Joseph Jones. and she Subscribers-only content

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    shut, but not pinned by a chain a' c it was on the previous evening. Mr. Charles Lee, of c Coldrey, Rants, identified the bay cart gelding as the pro- c perty of his mother. It had been stolen from Subscribers-only content

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    aw1E1TtctU?eJw? NOTICES-THIs DsY. It COU8%L OF C5IANCERY, INOQLl,4'0,NN. t Ar to.- peala: tcroX v. Goulden (4). part heard;- Weatk v. lffl la (2l*BiOrrtetf~wDWirOt W Monrov Tsyloi ' t * -A,,1 jq.-BproxA 'VWcCsascTOaR ltesrrBaItcs.-Oasles b~II reIi5 HXingeord i. Ball, port Subscribers-only content

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    .1 1 I v : NlOTICES:-THIS DAY.. OWURT OF CkANCERY, WESTMINSTER. AT ID.-By order: In re Warriner, lunatin petition; in re Herstford (ti3alitles nioppowed patitlen); Marker v. Marker (2). Appeals: BriggH v. leenny; Hijikinan v. Hickman; Rodick v. GandelL Subscribers-only content

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    and Lilo Lasurance Company v. Cleland; Payne v. Little; Lyon v. Baker (2); Powell v. Lewis; Norbury v. Green; Peltv. Coldrey; Raven v. Cmaning; Mapp v. Eleock; Genev. Obey; Harcourt v. Vernon; Kerr v. Middlesex, Hospital; Sutton T. Whittingeta'l1(2) 1; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vs reon; Orerok v. Forbes; Kiingsford v. Boil; Pattenden v. Hobson, Chai ter v. Maceaen; Johnuson v. Thompson; Felt v. Coldrey ; Warde 0 v. Leigh; Attcrnev.Ga~cral v. Friach; i'erins v. Ede. F leecaE Srclrsraa Ssyioo.-Elshm. v. IBoileau; Ilorgrave v. Subscribers-only content

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    lie- 10 BFOR-_M~T~zSimWILLIAM HORNs. - PUIMan V. Meadows; ic Hawkerv. Wood, Spicerv~.8t. George's Hospital; M'Leodv. Mathi. son; Presottv. Wood; Pell,. Coldrey; Seymour,. Vernoa; Seals v. Symons; Day v. Croft. 00 B3eponax M~Aara Sea 0. lRoas.-Hay ,. Gray ; Omerord 1. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Irsa Inuiltg . I NOTICES-THIS DAY. COURT OF CHANCERY, LINCOLN'S-INY. AT 101.-BEFRoa TMA Loge, CaAnCeLLOIL.Appeali: Alderaona r. whte fat eadTer v o ilana OTOs-Appeal: Stacey v. Sprattley, Appeal mottons: Re Shavd-Partington v. Reynoids ROLLS COURT, fIHANCEICY.LANE. ATI.-yoder : Re Subscribers-only content

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    v. Ka-rrvLoe gravrs-Allenv, Embleton-Butle,. v. Lowe. Vrog.CHArtCeLLOa STOART'S C11AMoeaas.-A to K: Atl100: Beooey v. Witness, Kent-Kayo v. Kays. At 211: Coldrey v. Fowell-Clutterbock v. Hop- kins-Cutbueh v, Strong-Batty v. Taylor. At Ili: Grltlithe'e Mine 3,ntto Account-Drower's Eitate-Mlsleop v. Webb- Cox Subscribers-only content

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    Kato Intellfamit. . . -? I NOTICES-THIS DAY. COURT OF CHANOERIY. LINCOLN'S-INN. AT10J.-DEiOEH TERu Loar, CMAZWELLOI5 AND Tatg Loans JUSTIC11S. -Apa otion: -Be Hull and London Life And Fire Asfturanco Corn. ;pany.Ppeal: lteoper a-. Harrison. ROLLS COURT, CHIANCERY-LANEl. Ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NORTUN, HOGGART, and TRLST the hJJ ave received instructione to OFFEU for SALE, at the Mart, in July ntext, the COLDREY ESTATE, em- which, with the exception of about 19 acres copyhold in Bentley, city line certain, is freehold. 'Tho Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    previously disposed of gt* by p~rivtt contract), ut 'THE COLDREY ESTATE, on which, with the exception of about 19 acres copyhoid in Bentley, 0e, 5in certai, is freehold. The lands in Coldrey, comprising the es whole of that parish, are Subscribers-only content

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