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    Blyth, Northumberland, patent imitation marble masufacturers-Cowpe, Melalr, and Co. Blackburn, Lanes. shire, cotton cloth maninfactuirers; as far as regards C. Cowpe and Alice Picskp-1. and A1. Davis. New Bnod street, mathe- matical instrument makers-P. Barstow and (. Purdy, Leeds, bricklayers. Subscribers-only content

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    RuSgeley, Staffordshire, chemists-J, Heath and Son, Bishop's, to~rtfoidj Hertfordshfre, porter mocohoists-Sellman and Crumop- ton,rShrewsbury, tinmen-3. and L. Haworth and S. Cowpe, Has- lingden, Lancashire, flannel manufacturers-Foster and Stewart, Liverpool, architects-H. Saunders and R. Keywood, Brighton, plumbers-W. fine and Co. Wood Subscribers-only content

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    re nulade' -ormindable opeos't.ioLn was . ;wace ir(olS(c'd DY tile mann d ion of this 1.lapu. Liberals like 'Jr W. Cowpe Rr C. Bu:o- totI, ialcl Colonel ft h oyd SaiJ if PWo, ildlberal, '1" eae.le it Mou"".d ;:olapel tCo Subscribers-only content

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    understand being kept down by men tai like Cromwell, but not by poor, petty, thin shadows of ha' imen like Cowpe and Spencer. and other English so-called statesmnen.-is[r. Healy, hMr. T. Sullivan, and Mr. Biggar also spoke after which resolutions Subscribers-only content

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    OEHI-A leeje number from Crown to Double Royal, all ta good working order.s-JAS BSALMON 13, Parsonage. "OUBMUsown PPERFRTING HACHINE, by Cowpe, AMSQ-JAB. SALMON. 13, Parsonuege Nmobane M9r}TAL 5TYPE (Second.hand).-Mpwvards of 5Il IMiTONS. Sorted from nonrareil to 14-line- egreat hagsfai. ;LiatndA Subscribers-only content

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    demn. . Ci56 RO1I0ICS. - Wanted, Sitnli an, ns Julllor; 7Leningtonll pr- 3r fterrd. - Addreea, A. li Aitee, Ir. Cowpe, aucOrC , high W'ycolmb. nl3S GiP'Ctl'RS. - Wulsted, a Situatiom, as Assistaut.-Aldreso, X \V X. Y., 4i, 'l~rado. o78'1 Subscribers-only content

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    NEW BOOKS. I) DPFEIICE Olt GREAT AND GREATER BRITAIN: SK.U'rCiXs OF 11S NAVAL, MILITARIY, AND POTITICAL A3s'ec'rs. By Captain u. (. IB. COLOMB. [London: E. Stanford.] This volume is made up of papers which have already been published, or Subscribers-only content

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    Burbda-om-Trezit, 8 yards. The final heat resulted in a good race,, Dough ty winning very cleverly on the tape from Cowpe r, Stilliard being' clo8se Up, third. Time 12 I-Sseo. Slixteen. competitore cain out for the two miles handicap, in Subscribers-only content

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    MQ O T kQ INES PRIEMISES. I' ot Thiling1-one, ithfrutShop and Plato'. tliloure CiifiltO;No 21. ~ig Edwlitwisi R~oad. c ,e,,I~i'it~iy fr.ci Sl't,1.Teirtdi St. c2O57 VA re 41 ntr oi Ofietll-(hoodl rihu and 13 !e'Cfnul1odiol. preesijot capital thorolizifare O sit Subscribers-only content

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    lUJBILIO AMMEISTB, TtE;ATR3E ROYAL, BIfiMINGI~IA'I. * - e t "CINDERE:LLA" Ai'lhee f Pantomime ever *produced in tbis Theatre"-tho acknowledged Home of L'auttomime. EVEPRY EVENINa, at I (Doon opeu 6 and 630j, "CINDERELLA." MORNTIG PEIRFORMANOES on MoNVXAY and TEunSDAY. Commence Subscribers-only content

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    (Hahea.) Now, before I sit down, I have a few words to cay on that car of1 the bil-wic Lord Cowpe Isaq decibbed as use whole kernel of the bill-I mean-th b-ankiruptc-ay clau ses-, Does the right hon. member for Subscribers-only content

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    THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. e The mncplcnctinBirmingham ti erwr seven in number, and were fought under condition5 entirely. new in local municipal contests, The Liberal disvisions upon ithe Irilsh question were now fully folt, with the result of taking awvay Subscribers-only content

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    he was guilty of murder. If they believed the evidence therefore they would return a verdi t of wilful murder.-The jury returned a verdict of " Wil- ful murder" against Cowpe.; and the Coroner committed him to the Warwick Assizes. Subscribers-only content

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    oe n good wages o 1 Stet re t ri 7 .l2RASWanted, from 16 to 26; fares pad-Apyb %X letter. Cowpe, Devonshire Plae. Ilasingden, Lt=sire. cilJ jG"RNE&AL Strvant (tespectabte) Wanted, immiediately. Liberal I___at.-v Villa. 29, Summer Hill Ttrsace. Parade. cam2 Subscribers-only content

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    AMUSEMENTS THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM.: Toms EvassNo (Last Night), at 7.30, Mr. CHARLES WYXDRAMIS COMPEANY. "Al I S S D E C I M A .' Mr, DAVID JAMES (in his Origtinal Character). MR. CHAlE'S CONYERS (Iis original part). MISS Subscribers-only content

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    G. ;Reeling (Matrvmn Link), Wesley Butters (Malvern), eupernumeraries. Bromegrove, 'Joshua Murgitroyd, Bli_, A. Eerrch Smith (Blsckwell). Eesheam, Francis Standflst, Henry Cowpe vice Charles P. Hunt (richleton, Chipping Campden, Gloucester). Redditcb, 'William. H. Coradine, 'Sidney H. PhiUips Coventry, William J. Rogers, Subscribers-only content

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    HAXNIRUPTE. B!}t*{AF N i' P ';, li's. LJOND(fY G.ZfEIrTF, .4'A7'UJd1): ' -. 3. IB' EJA MI N If:ENNE I, L e1'f Hi! isiollao, 0o Oe'. ;rewe,, ilo surremler Juine 3f. Jy ).I, am!d IS, ir eleveo, I dI,". l.w Subscribers-only content

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    of Richard Hieys, aged Forty-evyon Vears, of sod In the Principal Sum of dzg6i0, amsply secured uopn ass Estate in Cowpe aind in Lessehes aforesaid, In the maild Forest of Itooseesetote. tLot 4. Thle Prinocipal Sum of.;C100, secured on time Subscribers-only content

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    On Thursday, :lir. Benjamin Shaw, cloth-mierchatit, Of Lockwood, near lluddersfdeld, to Jcmillma, eldest dangghter ot Mr. Wil. Sharp, of llighgatsellonAe, near Lockwood. Oil Wednesday, at our parish church, Mr. lWn. Pollard, of JBrighouse, buteher, to Miss Mary Penty, of Subscribers-only content

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    YORKSHIRE ASSIZES. CROWN COURT, SATURDAY, JU~ir 20. Will. BLACKBURN pleaded guilty to ant inlictmiinit charging him muit burrglarlouslv breakoing into file dweillIng-house of Mr. WVin. Olifacrd, of Wakefield.-jrdgnrirev qf deal/h recorded. HORSE STEALING. JOSHUA PitOGGATI'rindITHOMAS RICHARDSON were charged witLb Subscribers-only content

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