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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    green dress coat, with metal huttons.-Would vou he able to identify the person who ordered the carriage -Certaiuly nol, sir.Ricbrd Cowling, the post-boy, said on Wednes- day he w ent with only one Jobi. He did not recollect the precise Subscribers-only content

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    Duties, &c. inclading 400 Stotistical lables, and I100 Analy- ses of Mineral Bituminous Susbstances. Ilustrated with coloured mapsanddiagrams. By B. Cowling Taylor. Thick 8vo, II. lOs. cloth. MEDICINE AND SURCERY, Venereal Diseases. A complete Practical Work on the Nature and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    early in the next session, be found at his post in the lHouse of Lords in hearing of appeals. Xr Cowling, the barrister, has offered himself as a candidate upon Con- servative principles for the representation of Cambridge University. It Subscribers-only content

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    IN~ursery Ilandicap, vi ates, VAsmoirre or Crirnuir. utils, Wedlesrdy Night. VERITAS. gi Eon6e,0 rALp T~eSeNr AND Ax-rolNTasreTys. (i eg. --Ilev.-Gcorge Cowling Bode, M.A.; rector of Sadditigton, IT] Leieestershiro-patroO, lthe Oueen. .ev. Arthur James Iblin Humpphris, curate of Holbeachi; vicar of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tboroughly appreciated. A SrOitTING CASE ix THIE YORt COUNTY COURTI-In V the YorkCounty Court, hold on Tnaeday, before Mr.Judge : Cowling, Mr, Thomas Iellington Collinson. of Ripon, isued c Mr. Thomas Adams, of Harborne, near Birmingham, for T £7, l0s. Subscribers-only content

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    6d, each, On the 13k sinat,, at the Wesiejan Capael, Loughbcroogls, Leiceetershise, tbytheo1ev,.EP.BI.eeling aesieted bythe 51ev.W. J. Franikland,) ir. Wi11iam Cowling, grocer, of Colne, Lencahirs, to Ellen Doughty, eldest daughter of Mr. William Richards, ot l Loughborough. DIED. On the Subscribers-only content

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    Parties itnswarfng Advertisements in too iDAiv ro=zOr .requested to attend to the following expanations l- 4ddress, capital letter and number, at the 031ice, means that afppli. cation must be made by LETrER 02SLY. Past free, and inno other way. Subscribers-only content

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    7002 S'~flti~"lgodW~Wnted, atesitdy Apl 0 Iin W ANTT,,DO .Ceifoe -Mill ..Flttcr~-r-AppJlo - oeW arijoe IUBRN3 Wanted. t6 rit thre Patent Cowling altog.Alnyt .IIMessrs, ldowton, Chambers, and Co,, ThornelfaIonols ENIiT4iqrl)R-Wanste'i-fer-Frrgs Are-Apply~~ihoastri 'E~~~~tonchowGaresMorn ended OloC, 't IM,3es. llor. ated sf000 eisuloyin int, Subscribers-only content

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    killed in thie rtentct accident to the " 1sFlying Scotchcllll " wa resutnleel at Berevicic yesterdlay. jilt'. Cowling ap- peared for the North-Eastern ilh eiwny Company ; ited Mr. Gray, solicitor, for the foremani platela'er. Dr. Milker, of Berwvick, said Subscribers-only content

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    and straw stacks on a farmsteading. In the latter ease property was destroyed to the valne of £30. Thellev. George Cowling Bede, vicar of'Saddington, Leicestershire. died suddenly on AVednesday evening. IUo was in the hfileld in the afternoon, and hurried Subscribers-only content

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    was also badly bruised. }[e L was removed to the hospital, where he died. Anew Liberal Club was opened at Cowling in the leighiey Division of the West Riding, on Saturday after- noon, by Mr. Craven, DI.P. for the Shipley Subscribers-only content

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    Manager. 6an 7 WillamTBrdaslr. Charle, 29 Wratbrey GhroverdAcutn, ScarboogGnl- SaldrmanouHicJ- ,5 etPr ercSabruh hp Leahs Henry ShlisBg,22 earaCecet crborough. Alber Cowling, ios folrmebdto puills, randford, olfnnfatueyrsr rerolvsab George Bntn situt.,te DtostBnkla Hoel.e RoadinScatr-, bRobroh beloclgiey toMreds BD Wellsag, Sc darboouth, Subscribers-only content

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    existed in London had already been set h right through the pressure brought to beir by the f society. Mr. Cowling Scopes also addressed the meet- ing infavour of theobjectin view, and after some dis- s cussion it was decided Subscribers-only content

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    duced a dead-lheat between F. Cowrling, Leicester, 1Ol/4 yard~s, and H. Currie, oi Nottingham, 12 yards, hot on running offl Cowling won by a foot,. The 120 yards hrurdle tianrdicap-alwarys a popuL-ir event at nfottngham -was notable -for thie brilliant Subscribers-only content

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    Cowling declined to with- drawv his mortion.'0 Mr. John, Thomras declared that' the I.workins mer of' .s tinworks, . who vwere supposed to be *'illferte~rS, 'ivero an exsample to some :on ,thsa Uc;uricil., Mr. P'},ah'CThomssa wvithdrew 'his -amendment. 'Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    grrsIrESSES WA-NTZD. AYVE~TIS~Wishel; to P=ooh,* ge:uisnt Reta-1Bsiu About _-le Mz be Fvng.-Addresa, Mgl 1)laty Peyl. B ARUNBuzsroem =tt! hpad bchouze; with or X> saL. counter: tradae froma foar to five sacks pa, Ireek-Apply, -N.. a, Aston loris, ?er-s Easrr- Subscribers-only content

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    references.-Apply,, W. B iln. Whittingtor and Cat, Great Brook St. 1DeA2IM-AdD Required at onre, and assist, ina light household AJOduties.-Apply, Cowling. Nag's Head Hotel. M~ansfield.- -QAijesAN.--SMart Youtha W%&anad.-ApP1Y, Joe Baker, Swan, BDARtgANWantSd, Second of three; good references; lire in. JU Subscribers-only content

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    good references.-Apply. W. B HU1,Wh~tigtouand Cat, Grcat Brook Sc, ______ B~ARBAID Required at once, &and assist in. light houasehold duties.-Apply. Cowling, N~ags Hetad Hetel. Mansfield.. B A~t~t~k.-extr Youta Viassed.-Ayply, Joe Bakcer. Swan. B -pr asi4ga-tion-S St. BAILtMA (smart), about It; Subscribers-only content

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    "Victor," J. P. Toone. Three-year-el M r'l: 1 laol "Cowdale. Starlight" and "YTaen-o JuliNet. 'J. T'nrorll Thrse-yoor-old gelding; 1. J. Cowling and Snos, L"..ning- eon. Three-rear-old filly loncal class): ). "Black Lady.'' E. Bostock, Konilworths; 2, ' J~lr, . Spencer, Subscribers-only content

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    and Foulridge, in the Parish of Whallcy aloretsaid, in the sais C Iounty of Laticaster, and tIne several 'owntiiips of Cowling, Suttne), Glusburn, - Kildwick, Steeton and Silsden, all inn the Pairish of Kildwick aforesaid, ansi, into nind thrvngn thi Subscribers-only content

 

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