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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, upholsterer-T. and S. Waller, T. Waller, jan. and W. and IC. K. Waller, Manchester, cotton spinneis-J. G. Johnson, Langwith, Cuckney, Nottnghamshire, draper-F. Child, Cannon street, attorney at-law. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. J. Dickie and 1. Robertson, Kilwinning, railway contractors -J. Burman, Subscribers-only content

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    Liverpool, merchants-November 9 o, W. Lloyd, Liverpool, wine merchant -November 10, H. Freeman, Ely, beilder-November - , J. G. Johnson, Cuckney, Nocinghamshire, draper-November 9, T. Hicken, Kidderminster, coach makor-November9, 3. HMot, Manchester, banker-November 10, W. and J. C. Carr, Sunierland, Subscribers-only content

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    and co-operation.-BrbtOl Daffy Press. SnOCKIaN(: ACCIDENT TO A LADY IN NOTTINGcHAM- SHIRiE.-Mrs. Shaw, the wife of a gentleman residing at Cuckney near Mansfield, was the other day riding out on horseback, when her horse shied at some sheep in a Subscribers-only content

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    what that correspondent would have said to the follow- ng announcement, made from his desk, by the parish clerk of Cuckney, in Nottinghamshire, last Smudav :-I hereby give notice that the DuKE of PORTLANi)'S rent day will be held at Subscribers-only content

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    rooter; C. A. P. CoombE, Worcester, Worcestcr Granstar School It. Ii. rorbes, Bengal, Atalvern Link Ss-lool C . T. t(ntrdo,, Cuckney. Nott~, Malv'ern Linkl School ; D. it Evans, Newport, Noafh Malverni School ; ml. I). Hlarries, Ciclli~gscr, Worcester Cathedral Subscribers-only content

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    Dakin, and of four men charged with night poaching and the unlawful wounding of a keeper in an affray at Cuckney, near WVorksop. His lordship remarked that poachers were very apt to be men who, upon very slight provocation resorted Subscribers-only content

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    7 Mr tV Ef Oahley's orez J Cannron Il V.7m 1t,' Vi 'l'sylo .'thrpo'ol'aei................. ICurryo 8 7 Duke of Portland's Cuckney ............3 Prter e 87 3tr Vs' Tarlor sSharpe's l',ercor ......... Gurry 8 -4 Mr T BrHenlahaw's f by MVellon-Ha. Subscribers-only content

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    select party for grouse shooting. His Grace the Duke of Portland has presented the Rev. J. V. Austen, late of Cuckney, with the per- petual curacy of Hucknall Torkard. His Grace the Duke of Devonshire is expected to visit Chatsworth Subscribers-only content

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    butcher C. M'Lean, Portland-street, Oxford-street, upholsterer T., S., T., W.. and R. K. Waller, Manchester, cotton spinners J. G. Johnson, Cuckney, draper F. Child, Cannon street, attorney-at-law ,. _ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~f MR. O'CONNELL AND THE DUBLIN PREss.-The reporters of the Dublin Subscribers-only content

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    sass- Ifiglitown, Hakim, Udissgley, Fllrnoflold, Blilhwocrth, Lindhuret of V Pa Farm, Alansticalnd, Mansfield Woedisouse, Warsop, Souram otberssi..e ford slted Sookisolmoe. Cuckney. Norton, N ctlier Lssngwlibl, U lollbck otherwise iobi 2cC 9, Flowbeck, We%'odendt hlelbeclrolher~wisefowbsckWoodl~ouse Weood- and ailli, souse Uell FPirni, Subscribers-only content

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    9 n1- On Tuesslay week, at Weetow, by the Rev. J. W. Iuichbald, 19 a-s G. Tomalino Gordon, flog-, of Cuckney, Notte, eldest son of the 10 n 1Rev; John Gordon, vicar of Edwinretwe, to Harriet, second H5 it daughtar Subscribers-only content

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    iparts, and one of the vans will proceed through (to-night) Walesby, and (during the rest of the week) Eakring, Edwinstowe, Cuckney, and Carburton, calling at the various small villages on the way. The second van will, after passing through smaller Subscribers-only content

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    to the bride and brilegroom, James Mason, .1bq., late Captain 94th Regiment, non of the late Rev. George Mason, of Cuckney, N1otts, to Manna Eliabeth, eldest daughter of Hoery Walter Coldham, seq., of Anmer Halil AicrtrN.-Fcb, 4th, at Windermere-terrace, Prince'e-park, Subscribers-only content

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    of Mr. Alex. Stf- solicitor, Harrison-road, Halifax, T.AYLOR.-MTay5th, at Worksoap, aged 08, Tltomas Taylor, . IJ of South Carr House, Cuckney, Mansfield. TRA.rE,-May 7th. aged 78, Nancy, relict of George Teile. c. usiller, of Yeadon. W lTTsrrotsIle.-lIay tls, aged 51, Subscribers-only content

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    bales have been catalogued, and 9,219 bales sold. A ineetino of the creditors of Mr. John Jarvis, of Langwith Slill, Cuckney, miller and farmer, was held yesterday, at the of s of M~essrs. William and Septimus Short, accountants, East-parade, Sheffield. Subscribers-only content

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    Viscount Galway, and several other noble- I is menm wee out on h men .wer out pheasant shootiug yesterday at Cuckney, it the Welbeck ujstate.. The, distinguished -party were out E. ustil four o'clock in- the afternoon, and shot 300 Subscribers-only content

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    In passing through a village the driver took a wrong turn, and the horse and trap went straight into the Cuckney dam, a deep sheet of water half an acre in extent. + The cries of the party speedily brought Subscribers-only content

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    TiE DISASTER TO A NOTTS PLEASURE PARTY.- a Yesterday the Itetford District Coroner (Dr. Housley) It held an inquest at Cuckney, near Worksop, Notts, m- toeching the death of Elizabeth Ann Shepherd, of 'en Work-sop, one of the party of Subscribers-only content

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    owil6 ten da teydas ago, fifteen Thosneson, ox Whitwell, went to a local ftlover show itt yards simsl l oders Cuckney, six miles fromj Worksop, Notte;. They were wites lest heard of at the Green Dais Oak, at Colliughain, arrigiol Subscribers-only content

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    time svwhole' th suxd of heavy blows, and the cries -of the victims, X885 oP LI mill d danull amt Cuckney, were tiearil by the watchers, who.fearing that they would moved, a Lve arld iesandstreuous exertion be discovered, fled from Subscribers-only content

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