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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I which may be proved to press upon Welsh or English communities in 'respect to Leaseholds. "Yours truly, "'GEORGE KENYON." "Greenbank, "Liverpool, E. "Nov. 25, 1886. "DEAR SIn, "I entirely agree with your Association, as to the importance of Enfranchising Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Walter Evans, N S W Bank, do ... 0 5 0 John Thomas, do do ... ° 0 Mrs Jones, Greenbank, Rhyl ... 0 S 0 Mr F Welsh, B A, do ...*... 050 Eleazer Roberts, Liverpool 0 50 wT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool, William Reynolds, Esq., M.D. of that town, to Hannah Mary, only daughter of the late William Ragthbone, Esq., of Greenbank. At St. Mary's Church, Dover MAonsieur Jules Fornoir, of the sth Reg-ment of Foot, in the service of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mottram, Wood street, City, Manchester warehousemen- July 5, R. H. Goddard, Wood street, City, iritige maker- July 6, J. Atkinson, Greenbank, Westmoreland, bobbin manu- facturer-July 6, J. M. Ainsworth, Birmingham, saddlers' ironmonger-July It, J. Page, jun. Gloucester, carrier-July 8, J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drapers-V. and J. Cubitt, Norwich, wihe mei chants -=\. A. Quinn and H. Karnes, Birmingham, copper piate printers-1. Boulton, WY. Greenbank, S. Boulto-, J. DJiucai, and J. Baddeley, 'iTunstall, Staffordshire Potteries, earthenware manufacturers; no far as regards J. Baddeley-Hurley and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    broker. lJordeson, St Mary-at-hill. H. W. Brand, Little Stanhope street,May-fair, cook. [Richard. son and Co. Golden squ~re. W. Grayliog, juu. Greenbank, Wapping, tallow chandler. [Niam, Copthall court, r. -... -- ~ ~ ~ ~ rijl. Aro 311 7. Ssiaitborsri, Taiti Subscribers-only content

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    week or two ago, with a Mr Dalglish, an ironfounder' at St Helen's, and lodged with a Mrs Riley at Greenbank. When a messenger was about to be sent off to ascertain the truth of this, he said he had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. s11_t Al- nn --nt-~A h. 4. new. African. eipeditiorl, oxgnlsssl ~y the Berllnd; Qaegepbcel Q~ity, ill ebot~ystart for the coast 9f n Zanzibar, i j)1p. Axidcraon, nj' owin, toe s light acolen twhilet of Palmon fishing sin Duen'ifrqsrsen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Csdia, Frootignan, L Ilttle W~reteb, Gang SWariiy, Thebais, Etammo, Modred, Narcissa, K 3Lnight Errant, Ptis-illa, Peck, Eastrn Prince Svringbok n Greenbank, Royal Sing, Henley, Dontelio, Quicklime, Burgundy, Sunshlse, Incesndlary, Elansbory, Novitiate, Roil Rag colt, Gon- falon, Deceiver, Cbsevronel, Leistee Fare, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 Cbiueer ......... 10 Ben Alder........ 7 0 Chseghic Rha...... 10 Cuss Havocic........ i 10 D~uncan ......... 5 10 Cl: Greenbank . 6 10 Peee Ranger 5 7 'Vic Reprieve....... 6 20 Hunter . , 57 7 t Belinda . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord Berners :6 7 Primrose II. 8 3Mother Shiption 6 6 Lawnainster , 7 10 Grim Tartar , 6 6 Greenbank.. ..,765Leafield........6 ' Ben Al derr,7 4 Newton II*, 6 4 Hesperian.......7.3Sweet Auburn 6 0 nd Thsen1,amlkin 73 Cannonade filly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YOR SPRING SMTIN9G. ,r A- -- -m1rrs: ;o 'mrr rsn~ -.A mm - or" . vLrLt mriurxstt ±sinDn'±±eu-, ACCRPTANfOESS FOR' TilE GREAT. NORTHERN .IJANDICAP. THI ! of St lb -t lb * St. Bialse ..' - . 9 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    8 3 CrimnaTartar. . 3 6 6 les Lawminster . 6 7 10 Mother Shipton .. 6 6 6 nt Greenbank .. .. 4 7 5 Lealeid...........3 6 4 to Ben Aider .. .. 4 7 4 Newton...........3 6 4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6 7 0 Princess Carolii . 4 6 0 Louis dOr (51bextrs) a 6 11 Organist ... ....a 5 10 Greenbank .. 4 6 10 lrea Ranger .. . 4 7 V Chicard....... 4 610 The CITY WELE'rx. HIAroNDAs PLATE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    XSPWRTINGIlTE.LeC RAOING NOTES. . The rain which has fallesn will mnate the going~ at. Aget lli should be, and as the list of arrivals to-night Is' a'goad one, the I meeting looks like upholding its jsrestige. negaifi, Heir, sod, Subscribers-only content

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    of six Regain and keir were heavily backed for F the Stakes, hot they finished fourth sand fifth respectively, I Greenbank following In the sieps of Ishmeel, who won It lastI year for Mr. Jardine. To-morrow my seicotiona are --Coronatiosa Subscribers-only content

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    porsitioni in tire 1kiloirrgiaTTI ftrkes, which fell to Isl. Msanton's Energy, sn11 'i. ardirro, try tire aid orf Acrostie and Greenbank, thi recited tire ices clsic races-fromn a slrecinlative oin Itmb kci e-vre-tire Ascot Stakes tend tire Royal Hunt Ceap. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .SPORTIN~IN'E~IGENOE. WINDSOR SUM:MER M7rjrING PROGEA, I FORlTHIS DAY, Ton Sporocs STAN=x Of 5 Suva each, witls 100 adrd two-ear- ldde 7et 71b, tbice Oit 5bi, foiur end upwaerds 10st winnftoh sold lr~ eov ' f 6 s(vo;each, with 100 Subscribers-only content

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    1. ;, P6RTrNG, INTELLIGENQB. ? 410.-.- I -:= ,? . z ? .. .. . I ? I . I ? . " :7=7 Jaor- Th medigsatirewaton and-Windsor werelbrokh'o nets isd PA n ot factory 6sdclusln thi af~irno* iinhd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Somerton .......... .6 7 Reir...... .. ... 8 12 IPreferment 6 7 Brocken . .,... 80 Enigma ......... 6 7 Greenbank ,, . 8 0 Tita ,. .... 6 7 Havookc ... 8 0 John Jones 6 7 Cosmos .. Subscribers-only content

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