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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y' ...rne ...2 0 awrence (692) PDiiiel Cxilly ,oR T ELGIN BuRGH. Alexander Asher . ... 1 _ - SHEsFIELD ECCLESHALL. Ashmead Bartlett (4,182) ... 1 - Dodd (3490) . WINCHESTER. Tottenham (1153) ... - - Baring .. . I.G.. Subscribers-only content

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    per acre of two statute acres, 67 tons NCew t.; second lprize. £10 Ies, to Mr. T. Williams, Slindon House, Eccleshall, 45 tons 7cwt. Oqr. 16lbs.; third prize, £5 5s, to Mir. Edwin Johnson, Findern, Derby, 42 tons 5cwt. It Subscribers-only content

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    mercer. [White, Lincoln's inn. J. Hopkinson,Trawden, Lancashire, manufacturer. [Ellis, Chancery late. B. Schofield, Wardleworth-brow, woollen-manufacturer. [Ellis, Chancery I. T; Smith, Eccleshall, Staffordshire, malster. [Heming, Gray's inn place. W. H. Marsha]], Liverpool, merchant. [Blackstock, King's Bench walk. T. Young, Wells, Somersetshire, Subscribers-only content

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    Painter, a young man who had lately'begrn business as a grocer, at Stockport, was riding along the turnpike road, towards Eccleshall, with a young lady. each on horseback; when they had pro- ceeded about a mile, they were Juet by Subscribers-only content

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    Arms.yard. W Yorke, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, ironmonger.-{Merry, Lincoln's inn-fields. J. Fairbar, Castleford, Yorkshire, grocer.-[Fiddey, Sergeant's Inn. J. Astbury and S. Davison, Eccleshall and Stone, Staffordshire, brewers.-Barber, Fet- ter-lane. J. White, Newark-upon-Trent, victualler.-[Milne and Co, Mitre-court, Temple, R. Nell, Granthan, Lincolnshire, bookseller.-[Taylor, Subscribers-only content

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    Bridge-st., Blackfriars, J Hartlev, sen., Bradford, Yorkshire, gardener.{Emmett, New inn. J. Barnert, Birmin ham,- coach-proprietor,-t~imburn and Co., Chancery-lane. R. Alsop, Eccleshall, Staffordshire, miller.-[Flint, Stafford. J. Roberts, Cariwarvof, merchamst.-[-1 Weeks, Conk's-court, Lincoln's Inn. J. Williamus, Bath, veterinary surgeon,-tHarvey, Barnard's Inn, Holbom. Subscribers-only content

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    Ward, Manchester, merchant. Friday, Jan. 9. INSOLVENT.-A. Ladbroke Wigan, Brighton, surgeon. BANKRaurTcIes ScUoaseoED.-H. Jones, Poultry, City, cinmai Tl. R. Alsop, Eccleshall, Staffordshire, miller. 11 BANKsRPTSu S- Hales, Newgate at. butcher. [Smith, Souchanspton ibuildings, Chancery la. W. C. Newport, Bognor, Sussex, Subscribers-only content

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    and J. B. Steel, Stockport, Cheshire, cotton spinners. CERTIFICATES-JULY 23. W. Grant, Haymarket, clock and watch maker-J. Astbury, Meece House, Eccleshall, Staffordshire, brewer. Friday, Jule 5. WAR-OFFICE,JULY 5. 77th Dragoon Guards-Cornet G. R. Stevenson, to be Lieut. by purc hse, Subscribers-only content

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    founder. [Maldon and Prichard, Neowgate street, Ch-istchurch chambers. T. Bate, Birmingham, hatter. [Smith. Birmingham. F. J. Smith, Eceleshall, corier. [Butterton, Eccleshall. J. T. Phipps, Darlington. linendraper. [Ttison and Co. Coleman street. T. IV. Hornsby, Darliogton, suiller. [Steavenson, Darlington. J. A. Subscribers-only content

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    D. Poss, Birkenhead, Chester, builder. [Cotterill, Throgmorton street. G. Shardlow and J. Bradshaw, - Stone, Staffordshire, shoe smanufacturers. [Robin- son, Eccleshall, Staffordshire. 3. Lockett, WV. Baker, and J. liicholson, Stone, Staffordshire, railway contractors. [Smith, Temple street, Birmingham. C. Warren, Exeter, Subscribers-only content

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    Lancashire, wholesale grocer-Septembei 21 D. Mlateer, Mianchester, merchant-October 14, J. Roberts Stratford-upon- Avon, IW wssickslire, builder-October 14, C. B. Gtbbs, Eccleshall, Staffordshire, grocer-October 7, H. Anstey and W-. Walton, Birmingham, draper. Ce'ioitacaste, to be, grcanotosl , unless cause be shown Subscribers-only content

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    Chisholm estates. I The Wolverhampton Chronicle informs us that on Sunday last the Bishop of Lichfield, at his ordination at Eccleshall, Staffordshire, conferred the order of priesthood on the Rev. H. M. Butler, M.A., Head-Master of Harrot School, vice Dr Subscribers-only content

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    at-57 Queen Anne street, agedS7, Mrs East- dall-Or the 12th Dec., at Chudleigh, Vice-Adlmiral Scott, aged ss-Ons the ltlh at Eccleshall, F. H. Northen. Esq., M.D., in his 90th year-COn the 3tll, at Brighton, 31cc Pryor, aged se;-Ot the rist Subscribers-only content

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    posi- tion in which the Church stands towards the people. (CoPY.) Eccleshall, Staffordshire, 29th Oct., 1866. *My dear Sir,-Your letter to me of the 22nd inst. did not reach Eccleshall till the 27th, and. I have not been able to Subscribers-only content

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    doing for him." As they could not manage with revolvers they got an air-gun, and appear to have gone to Eccleshall Wood, to experiment first upon the rabbits. Finding the weapon a manageable one, and sufficieutly destructive, they recommenced dodging Subscribers-only content

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    the president for e the hbst colt for agiicultural purposes, foaled in 1879, was 5won by Mr. J. Jackson, of Eccleshall, and a second prize, r given by the society, was secured by Mr. P. Calbraith, s Newport, against a Subscribers-only content

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    as he had so many claims upon him at the present time. Another was read from the llev. AW, Allen, Eccleshall, declining to siubscribe, antd expressing regret tharrt ho was unable to soe eye to eye with his late parisihioners Subscribers-only content

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    of Whitegate, where he resides. C POST OFFICE OrlOiERY.-A daring entry was mQle into 1 a suburban post office at Eccleshall, Sheffield, on Sunday ( morning, whilst the postmaster, Mr. Jolsn Bradwell, was away at chapel. The thieves burst open Subscribers-only content

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    the other cases this will not be d done until to-morrow. The ballot-boxes for the I divisions of Stafford Rural, Eccleshall, Uttoxeter, d Bugeley, Cannock, and Hednesford will be removed t to the Shire I-Tall, Stafford, where the votes will Subscribers-only content

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    (Burton - on - Trent, Burton Extra), W. Mellard (Newcastle-under-Lyme, West), IV. Millington (Wednesfield), A. Nicholson CLeek), J. S. Norris (Eccleshall), P. Pargeter (Quarry Banki. a. H. Pearson (Handsworth. Ws J.W. Philips (Uttoxeter), E. Prebyn (Totlinry), J. Robin-l SOn (lurslemt Subscribers-only content

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