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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    runPr:.,g off, was pursued by the husband, and some of the neighbours, ane. snally captured at his own dwelling-house at Crich. A coroner's inquest was held next day, and a verdict of " Wilful MAurder" returned against him, lie was Subscribers-only content

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    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. if I might give a short hint to an impartial writer, it would be to tell himhisfate. Ifhe resolves to venture upon the dangerous preeipice of telling unbiassed truth, let him proclaim war with mankind d Subscribers-only content

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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Histoire Politique de IEspagne JModerne. Par AL de Marliani. Paris, 1840. M. Marliani is a clever man, as the success of his diplomatic mission to the German Courts to gain converts from Carlisin sufficiently prosed him. Subscribers-only content

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    Organic Remdins.' Incit: ding Geological Excursions to the Isle of Sheppy, Brighton, Letes Tilgate Forcsr, Faeingdon, Swindon, Calne, Batb, Bristol, Crich Hilt &' Illustrated by coloured Plates, and several hundred beautiful Woodemay Fossil Remains. Henry G. Bohn, York street, Covent Subscribers-only content

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    ,,. trliutnue, iALVt55UVJ liraltre,. vnn -FLcAX. tvci-uai n .%W Temple. W. H. Darke, Aston-juxta-Birmingharn, chemist. [Motteram and Giddey, Birmingham. J. Crich, Sheffield, maltster. [Bigg, Southampton buildings, Chan- cery lane. DIVIDENDS. October 10, A. Maniglier, Mincing lane, merchant-September 30, J. L. Subscribers-only content

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    Swithin's lane. J. Woodhead, Todmorden, logger. [Wigglesworth and Co. Gray's inn. DIVIDENDS. January 24, W. Cock, Bungay, grocer-January 30, J. Crich, Sheffield, maltster--January 30, T. Fisher, Selby, Yorkshire, linen draper-January 30, J. Jackson, Kingston-upon-Hull, innkeeper- January 30, G. Sheppard, Thornton-le-Clay, Subscribers-only content

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    Sheffield and Manchester. Midland Railway-Darfield to Wars borough; Darfield to Elscar; Cherit to Horbury; Oaken- shaw to Wakefield; Ambergate to Crich. London and Brigbton-Horsham branch. Hlarwich Railway and Pier. Richmond (Yorkshire) Railway. Hull and Bridlington branch. Middlesborouglh and Redcar. And Subscribers-only content

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    on or before October 17. J. Evans, Liverpool, ironmonger-G. W. Stocks, Norwich, linen draper-J. Forrester, Hampstead, baker-F Page, Southampton, builder-J. Crich, Sheffield, maltster-G. Peacock, St George's road, Southwark, corn dealer-J. Daverport, Little Love lane, bosier-F. J. Rawlings, Cheltenham, uphotsterer-W. Hilditch, Subscribers-only content

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    at Lea Hurst from the Crimea, August 8, 1856, as token of esteem from the inhabitants of Lea, Holloway, and Crich." The City Registration will commence on Monday next, at eleven a.m., in the Common Pleas Court of Guildhall. The Subscribers-only content

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    Geelegeical Escursieon to the Isle of BheppyBrigheton, hcoues, Tilgate fle eot, Ccarawoed Peort, Pocingson, Swindon. Caine, Bath, Briotol, Clifton, Marleck, Crich Hlill, hr., by Gideon Algernon MiantelS, LL.D., '.lt.S., &l. Twot ticick vothe pest toe. Speond edition, extensivrty rovird, c Subscribers-only content

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    H O M E NEWS. THE QUEEN AND COURT. HER MAJESTY, THE PRINCE CONSORT, and the whole of the Royal Family, who were joined on Monday by the Crown Princess of Prussia, remain at Windsor Castle, in the strictest Subscribers-only content

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    killed, within a few yards of his home. A large portion of limestone cliff, at the Clayeress Com- pany's quarry, Crich, Derbyshire, slipped on Thursday evening. A house on the cei side and three others on the turnpike road were Subscribers-only content

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    above, which was briefly noticed on Saturday :-For some days past fears have been entertained respecting the safety r. of Crich Cliff, near Matlock. On Monday last the cracks in the, hillside grew from a few inches -in width to Subscribers-only content

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    manager of the Soulth-Eastern Rail- vay, wiho accompasuied the train in charge. THE TITHES QUESTION.--Joseph Hopkinson sued the vicar of Crich in time Alfreton County Court, yesterday, for £3.. for distraint and damage. Two warrants had been cerved on plaintiff-one Subscribers-only content

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    TEE SECOND READING Or T FRA?~~~~~~~~TCHIS1~~~~~~~~~ nra.~~~~~~ The following are the 212 me (iencrie, Iwho voted for Lord Joei Manners' t iid t 0illrs) o5to flor 5the second reading of the lleprcoe1et.io to t Alexander, Mal..Gez.Pellowes, W. L o Subscribers-only content

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    ibmember- received a vote of cornflueuice. liel to OVERt-PREsssurtr ioc Scarodrv.-A parliamentary paper ro- issued yesterday contains copies of " Crich tori Browns's he report irion tire aillegeri over-presseire of svork lis public In elementary schools, aid tire memorandum of Subscribers-only content

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    strliped !t andTwillCloths, with German and En I ra Cloths for( ~.tailor-made Dresses; Silk Embroidered cloth Vobea iii great variety, .Crich Silks SCUin Merv, Iiroeta and vslra:tatript~d Silks, &oC. ;81 ~ IN THE SHOW ROOMI ar- will bo foitnd a Subscribers-only content

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    Princess of Wales dresses charmingly, and the Empress thinks nobly." A few days ago an oceident occurred near the Cross, Crich, Derbyshire, a man breaking his leg. Several rple were contemplating sending for a doctor, but fortunately the leg was Subscribers-only content

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    AMALGAMATION OF TELEPHONE COMPANIES. At the annual meeting of the Lancashire and Cheshire T6lephono Exchange Company, at Manchester, yester- day, a dividend at the rate of 8 1-6 per cent. per annum for the ten months ended April 30 Subscribers-only content

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    BRITISH- ME DICAL ASSOCIATION. The sittings of this association were rctsun'ed at Leeds yesterday. At the general gathering-of the members in1 l'the Coliseuni, in the afternoon-'Mr. C. G2. Wheelhouse prsdnn S James Crichton Birowne (Lord Chan- ~ inLuncy) read Subscribers-only content

 

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