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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gdlhir, ynly r rhanau y-bum ynddynt, sefcsefydliadau Cyinreig ' t, Emporia, Arfoniaj a, Powysa; yv.ghyd . siroedd 1 Butler a Greenwood, brynu darnau mawr o dir Xi prairie am o: 3 i 7 dollar Jr erw' Neu galia' II Y Subscribers-only content

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    a dynodd Mr. Greenwood if o'r t :yr amserr cymieroddy iefruddiaethle, ond y rnae i;amean0y: llbfruddiiae yn ddirgelw-h.o Myn r h-js lbtiiiad ylloftudd yod IsilY io t~t,8 Iddo 'gael yaediad[ i mewitrwy Y hbiifad arna-)eisiau giele.d Mr. Greenwood. ti Ar Subscribers-only content

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    l eir aeaw r. William Cooper, yr . w h: ayddi yr 8kyda -M. Gireenood,;rac a dab eliad~ a thSMr. Greenwood. y diwrnod y 0 Dr W llOfniddiaeth. jOaD :'ynmae yir bglur mai: g!ebaIthdobg~bYw? g YhberGatiiat hyny fldd m or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr oedd an hymddygiadan hwythan teag ati yn gyffelyb. Mr. William Cooper, partner Mr. Greenwood; aalwd,'a wadodd bob gwybodaeth am y llythyr a anfonwyd iM Greenwood. James Partington, y ilaethwr, e ddywedodd iddo maddi' llseth i'r eueth yn y ty Subscribers-only content

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    bills Grexchanage, one of 2Ol. and the other of 30., pLIuportiIg to have been accepted by MNssle. Cox and Greenwood. At tOm --Q~ice the prisoner. wsrte a letter to iA friend, completely con f21a lj'i his guilt, urging tlhe clele"Ic Subscribers-only content

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    epithets applied to Greenwood :-In July last a piblic m meettog was galled hi'Salford, for-the purpose of choosing Tour i assessors, and M. Tiykeor', name was one of the number; whet. his- name vwa- called over, Greenwood said 'I think Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very angry; tOnt his Royal hIighuess was watched by Co', Gordon, and that she wras as ciosely watched by Mr. Greenwood; so tlat between the two she could get noth ing. The witness sup- ned one night at Mrs. Clarke's, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    No. 10, she daid, i' she thought it best that Sandon should not come to her ox, that evening, as Greenwood was to be at the theatre wtth the Duke,and if he sawt her and Sandon together, he might say Subscribers-only content

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    tn I, k rrl iA y bad tdkeo him In a fid near the spot, belouiigrr to M r. ThIarias Greenwood, er ius1lrioria of hatving stoleu ~t bjlI t be had in his poskrssiuss. Dubbirls comm c ht'i-il't scrttebhe hart Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alcxander,'Ruinlturgah grocer. Attoiney, Mr. Pugh, Ber-- nard-street. - -. Hyrren, Cratfieldi grocer. Attorney, Mr. Nelson, Red Lion- square, Holbopn. W1'. Greenwood, Leicester, ironmonger, Attowey,. Mr. James, -Earl-street.- 'R. Brearley, Spotland Bridgc, dealer. Attorney, MT. Wigles- -:worth, GIray s-inn. J. Beard, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .1 5 35 Francis Freeling, Esq. . , . 105 0 Dr. Gullifer . . 10 10 5 5 Charles- Greenwood, Esq. . . . 101 5 5 Ronald. Macdonald, Egq. of Clanronald 12 o 5 5 - Heroes, Hsq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFPENCES, &c'. Elizabeth Topilinson, who was lately committed to our county gaol, charged with the wilful murder of bhr husband; by poison, died on Thursday evening last (21st inst,) She was infected with jaundice, and confined to her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EGAN, Author of " Life in Loindon." ' Tom and Jerry," &c. Assisted with numerous original Poetical Descriptions by Thomnas Greenwood, IEsq. The Designs made and etched by Theodore Lane. And the Wood-cuts executed by Mr. Thompson. Published by C. Subscribers-only content

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    Flower, Sir Charles, Bart. Savory, T. F. Esq. - - Fuller, John, Esq. - ' Shepherd, Right lIon, Sif Sasine- Greenwood, Charles,-Esq. Stephenson, Rowland, Bsq. Griffith, Thomas, Esq. i Taylor, G. Watson,-Esq. MtP. - : Halford, James, Esq. Warrender, Eifght Subscribers-only content

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    remanded on the charge of forging a checque for 281. on Lieutenant.General Long, with intent to defraud Messrs. Cox and Greenwood, army agents, Was again bronght before the Sitting Magis. trate for another examination. On being placed at the bar, Subscribers-only content

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    Lordship's private letters, 443, 531.. King a, Dr. Frees for an assault, 443.. Honys-tt v. Buckland, for adultery, 458..Irving v. Greenwood, for seduction, 458.. Warburtot v, lMitford and Benbow, for libel, 458 . . Stratford v. Moss and others, for Subscribers-only content

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    FINE ARTS. HISTORICAL PAINTING. Mit. EDITOR,-Tle market value of an Artist's works is liable to rise and fall with the hot and cold humours of Fashion, in every country where there is nopertafent public-patronage to form a public style, Subscribers-only content

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    J. Cook, Sheffield, victualler. J. Gleadhill, Oldham, Lancashire, cotton spinner, Md. Calvert and G. Milner, Kraresborough, Yorkshire, flax spinners. R., Greenwood, Dewsbutry, and J. Hamerton, Wakefield, Yorkshire linen drapers, E. Ashton, Ashill, Somersutelhire, butter factor. J. Thomas, Huddersfieldgrocer. J. Poole, Subscribers-only content

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    street, apothecary. [Darke, Red Lion square.] Saturday, April 29. INSOLVENT. J. S. Borrowdale, Coleman street, City, wine-merchlant. BANEKUPTCY ENtARGED. VW. Greenwood and J. Hamerton, Dewsbury, Yorkshire, linen-drapers from May 2 to June 16. BANKRUPTCIES. SUPERSEDED. J. Jones, Liverpool, hatter. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - A. I 0 Mr Justice Gaselee . - - . * - 10 tC 0 Mrs R. Crawford, per Greenwood and Co. - - . 10 0 O W. T. per Hammertley and Co. - - . 5 0 Subscribers-only content

 

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