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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    business of the [day. After Mr Bright, MP., and. Mr Cobden, MP, had addressed the meeting, Gerrard Salvin, Esq., of Croxdale hall, a landholder and farmer, moved a reso- lution, declaring the corn laws to be injurious to the farmer Subscribers-only content

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    CORRESPONDENCE. NOTICES. TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters ian'endedt for publicatton must be accompanseci by the name and adbress of tee wtrite$; not Necessa-ity for l publication, but for the infcornatioen of the Editor. When angwlers to questions aee nsot ncmen Subscribers-only content

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    as they have at present transpired, are as follows :-On Toesday evening the Scotch ex- T pieas had just left Croxdale station, when in a V , first-class compartment, occupied by a gentleman, el 0 a crash was heard, and Subscribers-only content

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    well- 4 1nOWn piotuIre, EIngged.' jFI resh cases of swine fover were reporbted on Saturday 5 from Shilton, Tudioe, and Croxdale, of animals purchased 0 in Stock-ton ndl Durhanm markets. 4 John William Diggings, accused of setting fire to his Subscribers-only content

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    in the Cefn Glas Colliery, Quakers' Yard. On Saturday two miners were lklled by a fall of roof at the Croxdale Colliery, Durham. Trumpet-major HEX1Ry Joy hasdied at Chiswick t in his 75th year. It was he who sounded the Subscribers-only content

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    Parishes foflllowin, l e of Durharr, that is to 5iiy, Gateshea , tii o Whickhain, Chester-le-Street. Sli;1 t iiO'i~~~5~Jf hePittington, Croxdale, Shineliffe, Kelloolii~ of Hleighington, H-aughiton-le.Skcrne itliO~~0- .he worth, or some of them, or500 Poarto '0a 'id and also, throughb Subscribers-only content

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    made frim. through, os into the several Parishes of Gat"sheaid, Gareshead Iell, Whielbar, chesteric-l teet, Saint Ossald, S:eit Giles, Pittineston, Croxdale, Shilne'lif>, Kelle, 13ishop bIhidllelsm, Sedgdell Bjliholsai, ilerrigir'on, Ayclifle, Great Stainton, ileigh- iflslgsls ilagbhtoui-le-Skcele, Deslillson, stid Hssrwvorth, or SOsaiOof them, Subscribers-only content

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    per Centum, as required by the standing Orders of Parliament. DIRECTORS. HlENRY VANSITTART, Esq. Klrkleatham, Yorkshire WM. THOS. SALVIN, Esq. Croxdale, Durham. GERARD SALVIN. Esq. Mill Crook, York. Captain ROBT. MOSES DINSDALE, Newsham Parlr, Yorkshire. Capt GEORGE EDWARD WATTS, R.N., Subscribers-only content

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    into service at Croxdale Parsonage. Latterly to Mr. Proesser has been in a highly nervous and excitable ich state of mind, and being on terms of intimacy and friend- ire ship with the Rev. Henry Chaytor, of Croxdale, he went Subscribers-only content

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    Christopher Taylor, Bishop Hatfield Hall, Durham, M.A. LIcxsEss.-Rev. Wnm. Lyall Holland to curacy of Greetham; Rev. John Bruce MhDougal to Croxdale; Rev. James M'Intosh to Sacriston; Rev. John Oliver to Walls. end. The ordination sermon was preached by the Venerable Subscribers-only content

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    of Sundsrland; also Messrs. T. H. Bates, J. P. Drephii, R. Morrell, W. H. Franklin, all of Wolsiugham; J. Rogerson (Croxdale Hell, Durhamn), H. Barras (Neweastle), G. McPherson (Tudhoe), W. Elliot, jun. (Tudhoe), J H. Wraith (Spenny. moor), J. Crone Subscribers-only content

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    Theodore' Fry, M P ifdingtu WIr H. .llel Pease, ,tho:.; aiMr. Davia Dal, .P; M. . ugh bsl1 Mr. T3,'9ioeso1, Croxdale I~IM.W C. gtobait, M.I James 'Thompson, I T r'worD fthil; iB. Asquith, engineer, &c., had goneg . by special Subscribers-only content

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    of the exploring party state that a good current of air ed had been obtained by the working of the Croxdale inl, Eor and also the fans connected with the pit. The east shalt ps was partially blocked so as Subscribers-only content

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    Xight. Seven more bodies have been recovered since last night. P They were all found in the Croxdale district, and are very tl bady bunt. This confirms the impression that the men 1V were killed instantly, by the sweeping flash Subscribers-only content

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    explosion took plce. At tie cae Qi er-tt' SL fifty-two mena below. The colliery is skulated Lbe. sent Speunymoor acd Croxdale. at both no wr1 ich lre; - tbe severe Shocks aroused thenmining ciassela , Pe o a',scOm the cluaed Subscribers-only content

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    to show that the chief force of the explo- sion in that pit wras felt in the Niodfield, Coldstream, and Croxdale ways, whilst those men who were working in the Seam Valley district knew nothing Of the explosion until the Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. T. v Singsby, Sciiven Park. t D ullIMr.-Mr. Isaac Lothian Bell, N ortballerton; Mr. 1 H. T. T. Salvin, Croxdale; Mr. Christopher J.. F. awcett, r 'orth Bailey, Durham. s Noarit7.rsscRrmn-Sir A. E 3.Middleton. Balsay Castle, e Newcastlse.onTyno 'Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    of Little Harle Tower, Newoastle-on-Tyne. DuurrOr.-Mr. C. 3. Foyle Fawcett, of North Bailey, Durham; Mr. H. Thomas Thornton Salvin, of Croxdale; and Mr. Joseph Richardson, of Pottshall, Swainhy, Northallarton. CumrmanAIxD,-Mr. Lamplugh Fretchville Ballantine Dykes, of Dovenby Heall ; Mr. Henry Subscribers-only content

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    Rector of Chilton Cantelo and C Ashiupton. Rev. C. Grant; Vicar of St. Benediet's, Glastonburv. Rev E. Greatorex, Rector of Croxdale ani 1 Mnor Canon ; Precentor of Durham Cathedral. Rev. A. I Grimston, M.A., Vicar of Lund-with-Kilnwick ; Vicar Subscribers-only content

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    year i400, and it is now the propertyv of Captain Hnury Thomas Thornton Salvin, of Croxdale. Wood House. The deceased gentleman was born at Croxdale on the 11th of February, 1812, and was thus in thu seventy-lourth year of his Subscribers-only content

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