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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cotford .fouse and £1O,0011 for life, in addition to the provision made for her by marriage settlement; to ilis executors £160 each; and legacies to hisservants. He devises all his property in the parish of Sidbury, subject as to Subscribers-only content

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    desiuinatiou of the ollces at Chasles-stieet, Middlesex Hospital, IV., anti Rushey-een, S.iw. will bh changed respectively to Bernors-street, NY. and Cotford, 8.E. Money Order and Saviuns Banik oflicus will be opened in the country at Bobemia-place Hastings; Cor.e. lawn, Tewkesbmury; Subscribers-only content

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    Sarre yLnd Thimpehiro Canal' e, Corpointion 'imited )IEaton Honse, Westerby, Liverpeel, ' t. Il. Xazwbll Lyin Esq F 'C'B F.I.0,, Cotford, Putnoey; SW.,Asyr to thasParidsllRI - Iout -Colonel. A. W. Itey, The Lodge, Brixton Oval, Surrey.. tb HJesse 30, Grant, Subscribers-only content

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    THE LATE PERFORMANCES OF THE "MESSIAH" IN LEEDS. TO THE EDITORS OF THE LEEDS MERCURY. GFNT3L;EaXE,-In your issue of this date you insert a, letter from Mr. R. S. Burton on the sabject of * the late performance of Subscribers-only content

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    Burton, it is asserted, he passed him- self off as a single man of Means, and, married her al St. Cotford Perisc Church, but subsequently de- serted her. WOUNDING A WIFE AND MOTHEP-IN-LAW T1he Birminghan Police yesterday arrested a labourer Subscribers-only content

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    mrScnlar term, over that of iris aritagonint, here began to shore itsel'; aud ire ros evidently il better order than Cotford. There is little to describe as t5, lo e irraririer in which ire suc-eetiirng i.iles were traversed, as (except Subscribers-only content

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    Tuesday rrerrnci:l upon the aeleloulrcerrrsrr being usade that a young gentlemalr nmetrrt I leylny san of 21:. \, Bayley, of Cotford ilouse, near Sidmtrrllr, stro i ins Ita visit to lin, brother an undergraduate of Oriel College, heid beer found Subscribers-only content

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    ARTH UR . LAWRENCE. LU. Offers itvited for Jutto 19th and onwards. Address, carn of P'. Stathley, Enq., The Retreat, Cotford, oent. R . E. W. G AiDIN ER, M on Tour, Mir Edgar Bruce's " Colonel" Company. Disentgaged June Subscribers-only content

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    ln the Markot-halIl-Superiateudent McTernau said that Toone had hitherto borne a gmnrd characler, but there wees a prevlone conviction aglinst Cotford. Ie hnd, however, been informed that Mr. Toone would take Coafor s au apprentice, snd. undebr the circunmstauces, he Subscribers-only content

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    From the LONDON GAZE TT2E.-Tue8day, Jlly 17. BANKRUPTS. RoerscTBtsocrVer~e-treet, Oxford-otreet,'hotel keeper, to surrender July 24, at li, and Aug. 28 at 2, nt Baainghall.strcet. Sol., Sanford, John-street, Adelphisa off. assig., Grocm, Abchurch-lane. JoAySE DAViS, Pdegwood, Southampton, oatmeal manufacturer, July Subscribers-only content

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    don, was charged at the Greenwich Police Coort, with disorderly conduct and with causing a crowd to assemble ot Rushey-green, Cotford. Police- constable Randall deposed that the prisoner was causing on obstruction by distributing bills, and aa he refused to Subscribers-only content

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    D.D , son of the late Provost of Trinity College, Dublin. -< >n the 21st inst. , at Oxford, aged:i9, Wm. R. Baylev, M.A., Vicar of Cossintit.-n, Oxon, eldest son of W. R. Bayley, Ksq., of Cotford, near Sidmouth, Devon. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. THK COURT. The Prince and Priucess of Wales left Marlborough House on Saturday night for Paris. The Prince and Princess of Wales have taken Co war th- park, Sunningdale, for the Ascot week. The Duke of Edinburgh Subscribers-only content

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    DOMESTIC. -divT t 1 tf ' ,l)ent - on » on the authority which admits of •••e. &ir' 1 , Ma J' Jbt -'' ,s <mc(; "M»* •» that condition which «**?t T « that . , a? on Subscribers-only content

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    .„.- tease, Darling u>u ; Euwaid \\ . Gouwiu, Esq., F.S.A., and N. Edgcumbe, Esq., Bristol ; Mr and Miss Cotford, Sid- .,>.!. ad Mrs Hill, C!if ou ; B-. and Mrs Slits, and ' j ss Bak< r,K< nt Subscribers-only content

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    and his condition is very serious lie is at Dedham, Massachusetts. Yesterday a young lady cyclist, said to belong to Cotford. c-ilidfxl with a brewer's van in South- pr.d-road. Boekenham. She was pitched off her machine, and the wheels of Subscribers-only content

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    *f d »K*»«" 1 that General WiUoughby has been released by the Government . ■■£ P - Colnaghi and Mr. Cotford Dick are about SiT ? ei j[r fort S ne " - iQ 9tarting a the * tr ° Subscribers-only content

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    Castle-squaw, Carnarvon, John Richard Haresnape, Sedbergh, farmer. John Howe, Bedloe House, Pordington, Dorchester, builder. Henry Phillips, Exeter and Taunton, and Cotford, Somersetshire, builder and contractor. Benjamui Ever-ngham, Chewy Burton, Yorkshire, f ° £?? er ly Postmaster and market gardener. -*A°»i_?^J_to*^ Subscribers-only content

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    Win Ford, Huddersneld, grocer Robt Jackman, jun (and not John Jackman, jun as inserted in the Gazette of Saturday last) Cotford, Gloucester, silk- throwster Henry W Ward, Grenada-place, Old Kent-road, chemist Wm C Brown, Coleman-street, wool-merchant Wm Lindsay , Coleman-street, Subscribers-only content

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    master mariner - J. Baker, Bradrleld, Essex, painter- T. Procter, Leeds, gentleman's servant- U. Carman, Holywell, Flintshire, tailor- E. J. Cotford, Ann-street, Pentonville, auctioneer- M. R. Platts, Great rulteney-street, painter and glaizer-W. Eagleton, St. Alban s, hat maker-E. Cunnah, Chester, Subscribers-only content

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