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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Walter, Wm. Stott, ri. J. Y(11r ,. Johnl Fulbrook, and Robert Dolphin,-have just now set their T--.;. to an advertisement, in which they aver, that " being the perie.. who, in the first instance, fully and is7epartihey investigated the Subscribers-only content

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    Batron-garden. J. Steele, Newcastle-underLyne, ironmonger. [eolm & Co. ew-inn. W. WhiHte, Marlborough, innkeeper. Smbith & Son, led Lion-square. P. Sylvester, Fulbrook, Oxfordsh. grocer. [Amory & Coes, Thrognmorton-. Friday, Feb. 24,. IN SOLVENT S. W. Robinson, Hartley Castle, Westmorland, butchier. J. Subscribers-only content

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    Several old people recollect the spot to have been a dun-heap attached to the house of a notorious highwayman named Fulbrook. The whole of the skeletons were tlhose of young persons. Wickham-lheath was, half a century agO, the notorious resort Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. W. L. Smith, * h clerk in holy orders. Eatington: Rev. George Hcsketl s. Biggs, clerk in holy orders. Fulbrook: Walter Ball, y farmer. Grafton: George Edkins, farmer. HPampton s Lucy : Rev. Osbert Mordaunt, clerk in holy ordes. Subscribers-only content

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    Lane, Edgbaeton; Skirt's Laoe, Highrgate; ald. Upper Trinity Street, Bordeeley. FARMING STOCK AND FURNITURE. B Y Mr. JOSHUA HE[AMMOND, at Fulbrook Per; Farm, three riles and a half from Warwick, THIS DAY (Tuceday,) andi TO-MOBROW, (Wedneulay,) the 23rd and 24th Subscribers-only content

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    Joseph Badger,; Atlserstooe-on-Stour, Mr. George Smitb, Wolverton, Mr. John iVarcer * Snlitelteield, Mir. Charles Heorman; Atrestee;, itlr. B. G. Jena;ay; Fulbrook, Mr. John Cook ,13;tington, Mvr. Jamnes llogers ;Hamptmn Lacy, Mir. Spen- cer,; Graftorn, Mir. Eienry P'erks ; Ludldiuxgion, Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    'Wyldo Oft,*afid'Bold-, FRBEHOLD PROPE3TIES D1Z ssr. CESSIRFandGIBSON, TO- - MOROW (needy),:a~ive@oloc, atthe George Hotel, in Walsall 'valuable nFEEEHIJLD PROPERTIES, at Fulbrook, Wal- sail, ana farlasten. : ,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l .i.. 11Y RODERIOK and SON, TO-MORROW L (Theyday) at Eleven, the espiral HOUSEHOLD Subscribers-only content

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    third charge was then taken. The keeper swore that he saw the defendant tres- passing in pursuit of game at Fulbrook, at about half-past four o'clock on the morning in question, when he went up to him, and asked his Subscribers-only content

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    PROPERTY. B2Y Messrs. CHESSHIRE and GIBSON .TO-M ORROW (Tuesday), at Five o'olock. at the George Hotel, Waloall-valhable FREEHOLD LAND, at Fulbrook, near to the Town of Waleall. PLATED GOODS. B y RODERICK and SON, TO-MORROW (Taegdayj. at the Odd Fellows' Subscribers-only content

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    SOLICITORt. Charles P. Preonm, Eaci., Linrools's Inn Fields, London. Mosars. Bandsmlan and Dobrees 2, Royal Excsange Buildings. Oity Mr. Steophen Fulbrook, Manager of Messrs. Simenda' Bank, Reading. SECRtETARItES. Mr. ThontasJameis (Accountant and Flosocler of late firni), Rates- grove, Iteadieg. Mc, Subscribers-only content

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    resolution to at once settle tho matter, as such was not mentioned in the notice con- vening the meeting. MII. FULBROOK. held that they must pass the first of a series of extraordinary resolutions, and that another meeting must be Subscribers-only content

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    contract on the part of it servants, came on for hearing. The complainant was Mr. r John Perks, farmer, of Fulbrook, and he claimed the sum of £1, ficm George Hobley, farm labourer, of Newbold t Pacey, for breach of Subscribers-only content

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    District.-Polling place, Tanworth; voters, 198. Warwick District-Polling place, Warwick; voters, 530. Parishes: Barford, Beausall, Bishop's Tachbrook and Tachbrook Mallory, Budbrook, Fulbrook, Horseley, Ilatton, Norton Lindsay, Sherborn, Shrewloy, Warwick (St. Mary's), ditto (St. Nicholas), Wroxhall. Wellesbourne District.-iolling place, Wellesbourne Hastings; voters, Subscribers-only content

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    My 1,113, t 6 ocloc itt he eenin, subiect to con. LOT .-A 1~'tE~1OL) PBLI-HOSEwith RrTAIL "THE FULPtROOIC TAVERN.' at Fulbrook, shoot a mile frotn Walsall, oat the turnvilme road leoding therefrom to WVest prmowinvh, with ttarsleu tu, Oebtuilditieg,, sd Subscribers-only content

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    Bosewdi anoa to all the Lots, to tlvo Avioionceos, 2, Temple Roalr West, Birminghsamo. 230 F7REEHOLD PUIILICm.HOUSIS AND FA-RM, At FULBROOK, ceo-a -V- W LSALL~; VALUABLE, FREEH-OLD BUILDING LANDS, An Ihe ROUaVD 11Luu, ASTON OTJ`,IN0Oil andl. DUNVEIRE76 7idar Sll'AN VILLAG6E. Subscribers-only content

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    TUESDAYNEXT, ey 1, t 6 ococh inthe evning, nousjet to LOT 1-A FEE~oD PUI4C.OUSE with RETAIL * "~~THE FULBROOK TAVE`,RN,' at Fulbrook, nheost aI Mile florom Waleali, on the turnprike road lending titerefrom to West Drmsswich with Garden, Ont-buildings, and Subscribers-only content

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    first flocr much damaged by water, &c. The origin of the fire is unicuown. The buildings are insured. STsEEa' AcciDUNTS.-Fredetick Fulbrook (10), who resides at 138, Gerrard Street, Lozells, was admitted to the General Hospital last evening suffering from a Subscribers-only content

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    Apatet trihd;sitn el w e F reams; Lttellidszi; ner ibes excelet fishing in thef Avnn; for sauntmer or perueaeoe.-eiit Fre, Fulbrook. War. - aid;C. _________ _______ 21415 0U11 Oaks-(1eod Apartmetcas osainand park; F1 stable if required.-Apply BrwMpeCta. Ley [till, Sexton Subscribers-only content

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    (hiurnised): octtbng room, two F thbee roams: attendanee; good fishnegc in Avon; sommer or ermaneucy. Vacant July 17.-Apply, Court Fatrm, Fulbrook, ke rfleicelo. rS91 mLURCNISIHED House to Let, at Kenilworth, or ta short or long U period, as desired; stabling Subscribers-only content

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    Ifursisbed); sitting room, two A bed rooms: atseodance, good fishing in Anon,; summor or permanency. 'Vacant July 17.-Apply, Court Farm, Fulbrook, Warwick. c8979_______rOf L'UIRINISHILD Rouse to Let, at Reoilworth, foc a chore or long J1 period, us deair5-d; stalling to Subscribers-only content

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