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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    photographic tour round the world by Mr. Gambier olturn. F.RG.S. Alice Mary Cox, seven-years-old child of Mr. Artbur Cox, of Cowdale, near Buxton, was, on M londay, fced drowned in a well, whither she had gone to draw wate. Captain Subscribers-only content

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    the local class, and two of Mr. i. Parnell's fillies are first and second among the three- year-olda. His " Cowdale Starlight," a fine big animal full of quality, except that it is rather out of hair, being first, and Subscribers-only content

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    : THtE ORIGINAL OLD ESTABLISHED ,lVflRY STABLES, SCHOOL-CLOSE. 0B-O T IHARDISTY begs Leave most Ajrrjs;pc~tlIly to return his sincere Thanks to those Gentlo~pt@ who hallve so liberally encouraged him during eluc Anis he has been engaged, in the Purcbase Subscribers-only content

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    and recollect what dirty work he is left to do. tVe would only ask how would you recommend Giles, of Cowdale, to act, now that his wife has run off with Hodge the carrier ? ! MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.-The new Subscribers-only content

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    London; fold in Derbv, at Mr. Drewry's, andatSmith's Italian Warehoule ; fold atlo' by Walker, Chelterfield Wycham, Afhbornre; Woo!rich, Uttoxerer; Cowdale,' Leicefle,; Streeten, Nottingtinm; Clay, Wotrifap; and Taylor. Wirkhfworth. DR. TAYLOR'S ANTI14DSASMODIC PILLS, A Certain Cure oif the EPILEPSY, OR Subscribers-only content

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    ; fold in Derbv, at Mr. Drewry's, andatSmsith's Italian Warehoufe ; fold alho by Walker, Cheiterfield; Wycham, Afbborne; Woo!rich, Uttoxerer; Cowdale, Leicefter s Stretton, Nottingham ; Clay, Workfop i and Taylor. Wirkfworth.- CHING's PATENT WORM LOZENGES. T'ER Gsace the Dutchefs Subscribers-only content

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    Derby, at Mr. Drewry's, asd atSMith's italian Warehoute ; fold a fo by Walker, Cheiierhield 'Wycham, Affiboine i Woo!rich, Uttoxeter: Cowdale, Lticeflen ; Stretton, Ncttingharn ; Clay, Worklfop y and Tayor. Witlkfworih. CHILBLAINS. 'f HEUJMATISIMS, PALS!ES, & GOUTY AFFEC- f Subscribers-only content

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    Lonion'n (old in Derh,, 'at Mr. Drew'ys, arstatSmnirth's kaiian Warelootfe; fold alto by Walker. Cheiterietd Wythaint, Afhborne ; 'WO6trich, Uctoxerer. Cowdale, Leicefler ; Strctton, Nottinghamn Clay, Workfsp; and Taylor. Wirkfworth. IMPllOSITION fHE well known Dr. ANDERSON'S or TRUE ' S Subscribers-only content

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    fold in Derbv, at Mr. Drewv!y's, alldatbrnilh's _ Itliasn Warehoule; fold alto by Walker, Cheiterfield; Wycham, Aithborne i Woo!rich, Uttoxerer; Cowdale, Lticeflet ; Strctton, Nottingham i Clay, Workfop and Taylor. Wirkfworih. FOR COWS AND SHEEP. t1 h EC's LINIMENT is Subscribers-only content

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    be put up at those Sums respectively, viz." £.S. D. r Brusisfield Bar, - - - 169 2 't e Cowdale Bar, . - - 197 12 6 e A3'iln House Dale Bar, * - S1 3 C it Rooadale Subscribers-only content

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    Fisu, witbin th0 wo Alauol ot Hartington and Meadow-Place, and Uilithi fie llayultier atd Libetties of Buxtion, Fairfield, Stetridale, Staden, Cowdale, and other Parts of tie Furest of Hegb Petik, itt ble coutity oil Derby, have for several years past Subscribers-only content

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    FisiSt, within the V Alituors of Hariigtoir arid Meado.-Place, and witirr lie Royalties atrd Liberties if Bomain, Fairfield, Sierodale, Stadetn, Cowdale, arid olier Paris of, tile Forest of H'rgb Yrak, ii ilhe counlry of Deiby, have torsevetluyearspast btrerutMactv destroyed; , Subscribers-only content

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    souls Oif IHurirrgtolL and Niesdow-Place, auid %iuhini Sa id tlhe Royalties anti Libeities of Bustion, Fairfield, Sterridale, 11 of: Stadler, Cowdale, arid other Parts of tire Forest of High Peak, T ill rioe cuunmy of Defby, have tot several years Subscribers-only content

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    Hartingtoni arid Mealdow-Place, arid withiir |tie Royalties and Liberlies of Buxton, Fairfield, Stertidale, Stadent, Cowdale, atd otter Parls of the Forest of High Pcak, in tire touiy oi Detby, Lase tor several years past beien much destroyed; Notice is hereby Subscribers-only content

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    of HarNislion and Mylow.Place, and within tshe Roymittrs and Liberties of Buator, Fairfield, Slernidale, r Sfadre. Cowdale, and other Parts of the Forest of Hiigb Peak_ in the county of Derbj, Ivase forsevera3years pastb t(l rALch destroved; I Notice is Subscribers-only content

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    arising at -'V the several Toll Gates upon these Roads, called or known by the several Names of Bruthfield Gate, Cowdale Gate, 'Miln. house Dale Gate, and Rowdale Gate, will be put up To be Let by Auction, To the Subscribers-only content

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    at the several Toll Gates upon the said Roamds, called or known by the several names of Brushfield {ate, ] Cowdale Gate, 3il.:house Dale Gate, and Rowdale (iate, will be i put up To be Let by Aucioaa. To the Subscribers-only content

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    sunis, subject to -such conditions as-the Trustees then present shall think proper, viz. 'S. D. Brushfield Gate. 150 0 0 Cowdale Ditto ................ 180 0 '0 ilMInhouse Dale Ditto ................ 20 0 0 Rowdale Ditto ................ .54 ] a 4 Subscribers-only content

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    TOLLS arising at Ntthe several Toll Gates upon these Roads, called or known by the several names of Bruihfield Gate, Cowdale Gate, Dlin- ! house Dale Gate, and Rowvdtle Fate, will be put up To BE LEV BY A6UCTION To Subscribers-only content

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    of which may be had on the Premises; and of the Auctioneer, Ashbyde..LaZouch. BY MR. PASS. t- FREEHOLD ESTATES, At COWDALE, cl FAIRFiELD, near BUXTON. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By lirt PASS, rAt the Angel Inn, in Buxton aforesaid, Subscribers-only content

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