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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    read and approved. The deputations for this distriot ame Ea follow : Birmiegham and Shrewsbumr: J. W. Greeves, G. Scott, Coxford T. Nightingale. Macclesfield: B. Cox and J. Rhodes. IL Holmes was permnited to become a supernurerary I for one Subscribers-only content

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    The recent rains enforced the necessity that existed for anr independent well supply. To siik the now artesian woll nt Coxford tire cominilcee 'had aiecopteil tire contract of Mossrs. Moathier aid Platt; of Ma;nchcster. Ho hoped and believed that before Subscribers-only content

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    City Grand Jury:- Musiss Ef. A. Day (forceman), H. WV. lBatson, F. N. I'aylis, Al. H. Baylis. C. E. Brettell;W, Coxford, IV. DI, Dyson, Wr. A. Firkins, S. S. Hano, .Herten, J. Hawten, Ef. A. Haywood, W. it, Riggs, J. Subscribers-only content

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    C'. Midnall. ldgewuirr-rorid. P'addington, stationer. C. Abbott, Lower dmonltont, Middlesex, tmarket gardener. 'I. C. Ptrown. \ Vinchester, Srntbamrpton, bruider. I'. Coxford, lertford-rortt, l iddlesex, timber merchant. J Stronigetlrarin, Wialsall, Stafford, retail brewer. 1;. (i. Currie, florthyr Tvdvil, Glrmorgarn, drirper. 1M1. Subscribers-only content

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    Addiriell. Tadeaster. S esetries. , PyBeslt, tw-yca,-sold heifer, in cell. £3, air. U. Seilleh; Soid de., £1, ac r .I.Brernes, Coxford. 2 esntries. n l. i r er Bet5aroftoyas l tes.£.M.Quinton Clarke, Bultose; , sadl1liJ Sehnoe.WesllGag.2 entries. S 'en - Subscribers-only content

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    440 yards, {or 41315 a side, between Caerphilly and Cardiff. 1,-Coxford and Jenus, to walk four miles, Coxford receiving eighty yards' 'start, for 215 a side (open for 25), at Garratt-lane, Wandeworth. 1.-A half-mile Handicap, for 10 and other money Subscribers-only content

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    ground, Garratt-lane, Wandsworth. Jenns is a protege of Westhall, and has walked several matches with Freeman, Wood. stock, Eaves, &c, Coxford is a nesw candidate for pedestrian honours, and in making his deb,'t he displayed many good points. The competing Subscribers-only content

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    The principal match of the week in the metropolitan district was that which took place ou Wednesday afternoon between Philip Coxford and Johu Rltine, at Garratt-lane, Wandsworth. Thoinatchbhad been deferred Jrom the 13th of Janruarv, il consequenece of the referee Subscribers-only content

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    fitt;lh IP ! si aI l i '5 'IaSu satlY UnLice st`Ity seas by a yard ancs a oill by Coxford Tine, 31 ntao. oni soas. sO coon ''U"'s'" Ts s,,src' 'aleosthaig is rnatoi500 to o'olk soven and aol isia Subscribers-only content

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    watch, was won by Buxtos, beating Hewett, second, Woodstock, and Moydon. The seven mile walking match was won by Philip Coxford, defeating the Spider, Jernss, Buxton, and Hewett. Time 57 min.; Buxton was second. .6nus and Hewett gave up at Subscribers-only content

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    are: -C. Westhali, H. A. Reed, It. Fuller, C. Jenkinson, Rogers, Robinson (the Spider), IV. lNewman, Jenne, Jachison, Sewell, IH. and W. Robinson, Rodd (Manebestcr), H. Woodstock, J. Johnson, J. Sewell, Siegleton (Sahefifeld), Cummins (Liverpool), Coxford, H. Margetts. and Andrews. Subscribers-only content

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    trniaed for that event by Frank Diamond. Bailey beat Williams for second place by four Ikngths; Applebee was third, and Coxford last. Second lott-James Duecewortb, of Highbury (at seratah) ; hears, of Whitechapel (26 yards' start); and Barker, of Billingsgate Subscribers-only content

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    24 mins. 25 secs.,and Dorrington's 24 mjines 17 sees. Odds were now freely laid on Jenne, who is matched with Coxford; he walked gamely on with the lead, and finished his four miles in 32 mine. S0 sees.-thus winning the Subscribers-only content

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    of a mile, and won by seven or eight yards. TUESDAY JuLy 27.-JqeeNS A'M]D CoXFeeD.-Soseph Jenns (of Somer'e.towe') and Phillip Coxford (of Kingelaud) met on the above ground on this day, and decided their live miles' walkisngmatcb, for 20 aside. Subscribers-only content

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    looks after himself, and 5 to 4 has already been laid on him at the West End. COyvOan AwND JEsrws,-ihilip Coxford (of Kiagelsod) and Joseph Jeansa (of Somars-town) attended at Mr. J. Banks's, Triumph Inn, Seemes. town, on Tuesday night, Subscribers-only content

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    order to witness the issues in the following races CoMPnan ANeD Junmrs.-The long-pending walking match-at a four mile dash-between Phillip Coxford (of Kinageland) and Joseph Jenne (of Somters Town). for 20 a side, was the feret affair brougist on, and Subscribers-only content

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    the cards was the ten miles' walking match, far 10 aside, Isetwaeas the veteran Wf~lliasa Spooner (of Londons) acid Philip Coxford (of Kingeland) who heat Jeans, of Somers Town, As recorded in our last. The man were oia the ground Subscribers-only content

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    a unanimity en feeling on the part of both icentlemen ro soree to a referee, nod] Joseph Woudey, weho tranine Coxford in his disputed roces with Spanner (ruferred lo in soother column) olficiated in that capacity. An even start having Subscribers-only content

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    PEDESTRIAN I S M. Matches for the Week. Monday-Handicap race of 170 yards, for 10 and other money prizes, at Salford Borough Gardens. Monday-Thrasher and Western, 300 yards, 215 a side, near the half-way house on the Satton-road. Monday-Coxford Subscribers-only content

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    of Camden. town, and Coxford a dweller in Kingeland. The match, which was for X1O a side, was to walk two miles and run two. The locality woe the neighbourhood of the Rted Cow, Dalstoe. Coxford did his best, and Subscribers-only content

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