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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Raalin, Liverpool,joiner. [Blackstock & Co. Temple. J Slack, Newscastle upon Tyne, ship broker. [Chater, Newcastle upon Tyie. J3 Brown, Corbridge, Northumberland, spirit merchaut. [Williamson & Hill, IGray's inn. C. Ives, Hockwold-cum.Wilton, Norfdlk, grocer. [Turner & Henmsran, Basing_ lane, Bread Subscribers-only content

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    ble First Lieateoaot, vise IWllitittg, to half-pcay; Scrjeatst Major N. Austin to be Quartermaster. PARTNERISHIIPS DISS()LYED. G. and R. Atkinson, Corbridge, Northlumrtberland, builders-F. Clarke aold F. S. Gosliig, Aosthi friars, City, attorenrso-J. Wilson trud lJ. Graihat, Gresham street, City, silk Subscribers-only content

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    Mercer and J. Parton, iMaidstone, mil:ers-J. Hedges and H. Eeymer, Cirencester, linendrapers-J. Girdwood and J. Henderson, Orchard Pottery, near Corbridge, Northumberland, earthenware nmanufacturers- W. Greasves, T. Smart, and J. Adams, Rlatildffe-uPonaTrent, reilway contractors; so far as reg ir,.s J. Adams-J. Subscribers-only content

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    delegates, which was held on Wednesday in the Reading Room of the Hexham Mechanics' Institute. Newcastle, South Shields, Hexharn, Blaydon, Corbridge, and other towns were represented. Mr Philip Henry Howard, of Corby Castle, Carlisle (in the absence, through continued indisposition, Subscribers-only content

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    Queen to the Countess of Derwent. water's petition is that " her Majesty has received it." The Countess remains at Corbridge, and seems determined to pro. ceed further with her claims. A chimney-sweeper was burnt to death in a chimney Subscribers-only content

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    Finchale Abbey and Usfhaw College ; a fifth proceeded to Heaham, a sixth to Bywell and Predhoe, a seventh to Corbridge, anid anl eighith to-Marsdeu. Fortunately they bad a fioe afternoon for their trips. In connection with the, visit of Subscribers-only content

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    into the house, and, aided by his domestic, aind as seen as possible by the skill of Dr. M'Lean, of Corbridge, his own sufferings were greatly relieved in the course of a few hours, and he was pro- nounced in Subscribers-only content

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    Cathedral Towere of HI6XHAM; the hietaric pager of DILSTON,4 eo pathetic, upon the miefortanos of lDerwoontwatar the drowsy antiquity of Corbridge, nordding in 'he Claideas at llu,rperidlcs; the agricoltuiral oltulenco of H&LTOX CASTL LETHE TYNE, and licr tumbling tributaries. --"by Subscribers-only content

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    W. 'E. SMITH, Crosby Court, shipbrkoer. W. BRYDON, Liverpool, draper. W. W. Rt. SADLUR, St. Helen's, manufacturing chemist. J. 13. FVFLLDING, Saddleworth, cotton dealer. J. NEWTON, Saddllewortli, insurance broker. J. HARDY and (.. HOLitSFALL, Rochdale, dycrs. lt. JEWIiT, Corbridge, minllr. Subscribers-only content

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    Around this was the motto, 'The Sacriste Coffer, Dilston Chapel. 1761.' All these articles, it was understood, were taken to Corbridge, to the residenee of Mr. Carr. The four-wheel wagon was placed on the opposite side of the road, aid Subscribers-only content

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    doxut, Botberham, yester- day, before DIr. G. iV. Chambers (chairman) and agMr. If. Jubb, Wra. flenry Corbridge; clerk to the Rawimarsh School Board, was summoned by Thomias Bottoiley, also of Rawmairsb, lor refiusing the said Thonas Bottowley, being a ratepayer, Subscribers-only content

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    ever since." legarding himself the old mans story was as follows:- "R Iegarding myself, I was born and bred at Corbridge. I was born on May 22, 1810, and will consequently bo seVenty-two on my next birthday. My father was Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. Yesterday was tho fifty-firUt anniversary of the passing of the leform Bill of 1832. Prince liemarek has shaved off his beard, and thus resumes his former appearance. The Cock Tavern, in Fleet Street, London, has been resold by Subscribers-only content

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    clerk s, of the Stourbridge County Court), Mr. Smith (Lomas D. Harrisen and Co., Birmingham), Mr. Shortoliffe (Cammr r, and Corbridge, Sheffleld), Mr. Morton (Hayes and Morton, * Hanley), Mr. Brotherton (Glasgow), Mr Banner (Liverpool), &c., Mr. Chappell holding the Subscribers-only content

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    but help from home is urgently needed. The sudden death is announced of the Rev. G. Courtney Rlodsen vicar of Corbridge. The living, the patronage of whie'k helongs to the Dean and Chapter of Carlisle, is worth :£54. per annum. Subscribers-only content

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    for a considerable time. Adisputeocourred ns to the copyright of certain publications of w hich Mr. Corbridge twas the writer, as to which Mr. Corbridge states that be' wee unable to get a satisfactory settlement; and he wet also at Subscribers-only content

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    had resulted from choking by a-plumn stone. A conference of evangelists interested in evangelistic work, und in sympathy with ex-CoCnnissioner Corbridge, whose secession from the Salvation Army caused such a sensation a few moliths ago, is beinig held us tise Subscribers-only content

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    Zaj of the friends of Mir. Noble, residing in all parts of thie Unted Kingdom. The late Mr. TL'bson, of Corbridge, bequeathed to his rerhew "Yze old mahogany desk, with the contents ;rbeo;" After his death the bureasa was found Subscribers-only content

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    rdr-P OAKS ~ ~ ~ ~ iSN-4,12 SLYTMA.LL, XA-NSEIJe&W 2' to Sell by , U7Dt2dol Icues -.nrwwra of200 XLons o IJO19TSP~OtB'~f Lcuber, alan Stone Sills. itends,,20neeoa. Ste 55, Icon Girczys, euts Vffd Bolts and all kinds of Iro .1lng5, Subscribers-only content

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    AMtUSEMElNTS3 ,jIBEATRE ROYAL, BIRM~INGIIA3 This Eertsand during the Week. at 7.l, M.0. H4ENRY LEES COMPANT. Int~e newo Comedy, fromn the Avenue Theatre, London. THFE EHE N RI ET TA." aktT ait. EDWARD mTERlY and COMPANY. Mont- A TtStt~.V. IN Subscribers-only content

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