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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parchn. S. Earl, W. Griffiths, (W)., W. Jenkins, M.A., a R. Edwards, (B). Arweiniwyd y canu gan Mr. R., Lougher, Grindon. Daeth yno gynulleidfa fawr ynghyd-y capel yn orlawn. Caiwyd cyfarfod da o'r dechreu i'r diwedd. Yr oedd y canu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gay Shute, Esq. of Gosport. On the 10th inst. at Llangharne, Carmarthenshire, the Rev. Wm. Withers Ewbank, BA. vicar of Grindon, Durham, to Justina Elinor, eldest daughter of the late Hon. Sir Gefrge Cooper, Knt. Judge of the Supreme Court Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    co. Clacke, Esfie A.-Who was She?9 S. Tinsley and Co. Dodd, Rev. J., M.A.-The Value of Hoosso Life. James Parker. Grindon, L. i.~-Figurative Language. James Speirs. Kippen. J. M.-Somne Day or Other. a vois. S. Tinsley and Co, V-Jrf. No. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A, Sarn- Bridge: 1 Friday, 10, Basahurel;; Saturday, 11 Wlitchurcht. Vo DoVF. VALLEY HIssnEsn (at 1HLAO).-Tlis day, November 3 e, Grindon 1 Monday, 6, Braebonrn Tollbsr; Friday, 10, Water If; houses Monday, 13, Ashbornc Green; Friday, 17, Stautoii Gate. vn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    badly shaken, hot fortunately they escaped without seriojus injury.. Mrxs. Taylor's crap wsas damaged onusiderably. SUcInCIDE rOFA KIuuoxWNSttxsrRciG=LEMrc.ssa-Mr. Thomas E'dward Grindon, a maiddle-aged gentleman of t~edeeud' ce means, who lived at Smssep ode Shert i leach,"lxrddentirinster, put an end to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. James (in structed by Messrs. Roe and Guerney) for the defendants. The plaintiff, the Rev. H. J. Stokes, of Grindon, sought to claim the right to the overflow of the surplus water from the Kindle Brook, at that place, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the plaintiff for some time past, and eighteen months since had slandered him by saying he had stolen lead from Grindon church. The charge was entirely unfounded, but the plaintiff being undesirous to go to law, told the de- fendant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fell, Bnrslem. 1l entries.-Cochin China: 1l. lOs,, Mr. H. Yaadley, Market Hall, Binning- ham ; 1iS%, Rev. H. J. Stokes, Grindon Rectory. 10 entries. -Golden-pencilled Haniburghs: £1., Mr. G. Williamson, Nantwich; l0s, Mr. John Gleave Church Lawton. 9 entries.-Silver-pencilled Hamburghs: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Claptn,4 esr Thrapeton. " Ducheos." Age. 4 years 1 mounth-H.-ighly commended : Exhibitor and breeder, the ikav. IL J. Stokes, Grindon Rectory, Leek. " Gipay." Age, about 15 months. Exhibitor,, Mr. Smallwood, 'Rho Slado, Birmnrgham. Breeder, the Right Hon. the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jerry. Age 2i years.-Higblt commended, Mr. Bsboke Chau b ley. Ceyen. DOn. Se 62.-Setter Bitches.-Ist, The Rev. H.L J. Stekes,, Grindon Rectory, Leek, Gpsy. Agoeunder 1S months. Breeder, the owner. By Shot-Molt-2nd, Mr. Rowland Wood, Clapton, Tbrapston, Dido;u Age.2 years.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Aurtonees, tO. Torule Street, Birmingham. Ilt 61 WHITTALL'STRLXT, 8t. Mary's, coonvenient Residanee; M large lofty-Rooma.-Apply on the Prenilso; or Grindon Villa, rltafeiar Road. - elO O be LE', an exoellent HOE814 in Charlotte Road; three Re- T .eplion and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. T. L. Stoep, two doors WHITTALL STIISE, St. tiary's a convenient Residenice; ila3large loftby Rooma-Apply on the Premises; or Grindon Vil.Trotfalger Road. ellIS i'O be LET, 22, WHITTALL STRUMT, with Gateway Entrance. Steamdow'' if requirad.-Apply to Mr. Adamis, Trafalga Subscribers-only content

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    and Sollcltome-To, Let, a large convenient House, i-I 21, Whittall Street, also, 22, Mauufactory, or Factor's Ware- hone.-Aipply to B.3.AdamB. Grindon Villa~,Traf algareoad. o9o1 S EASIDE.-Clevedon, Somersetshlre.-To Let, the whole of the unoccupied Premises of Gurney Brothers Grocers, Olevedon, cocristing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lAnd Solicitors.-To Let, a large convenient Muosee. k3 1,'hitallStreet;. also. 22. Manufactory. or Faster's Otare- honre.-Apply to E. B. Adams, Grindon Villa, Trafalgar gonad, cl6R RE18Sto Let (convenient, roomy), 99% Great Hamrpton Street. Du-eltingp Evuse, four ;Bea Rooms; Csnt-honaes entire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Solicitors.-To Let, a large convenient House. 21,IWh SttallwStret also. 22. Manufasiory, or actors War- heuee.-Apply to }. B. Aderns, Grindon Villa. Trafalgar RoaLd ol6S pRlEttISES to Let (convenient, toomy), 99. Great Hamnston Street. Dwelling House. four BLed Rooms: Out-honces Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thodmlas Skimore Acioneer.et TOLET-BUSINE PET- E ISES. eity 21, Whittat Stret(;ca~lso, -22. Maenuf~aciory, or Fac~tor's Ware. house-~Apply toE1B B. Adams, Grindon Villa>, Trefalgar Road, cR80 lFilB3TCI,8 Xeeo' lNil Street, leftyb and bold fronte i -. 3 itOat at ldeilia'U~h~lDraper's Shoii. Subscribers-only content

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    solioitorm.-To Let, a large convenient House, L21, Whittall Strpet; also, 22, Neannfaaory, or Factor'sl Wars. beta,-Apply to E. B. Adams. Grindon Vil, Trafailgar eoad, c0il pBXM1SES to Let (coovenlerit, rOOtiY), 29, Great Hampton Street Dwelling House, four fled Boeonl Out-houses, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yesterday, before Mr. W. Spooner, judge, the adjourned sens, Wood a. Smith, was Concluded. The plaintiff was the rector of Grindon, a parish a few miles from Leelc nud the defendant a farmer in tic same parisb. 'rIie action was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10, Gredingtonl Sattr- day, , IlI scefen. Dovz VAseTsv AlsanranoI (at 11.30).-This day. DecemNber 6, Femey Bentley Village IFriday, 10, Grindon Villaeg. HIGHr PEArL HARasrs n(at l~l-Tislay December7, Hunter's lIere: Snturdny, 11, Parsley lHnvy Wharf. Rose RAeRrcIMs (at Il).--Tuesday, December Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WYV.Nc,, Slre W. W. (at 10.30).-Friday, December 10, Gred. ington: Srturday, 31, Ml'acefen. Dovr VAs.LEY 1lAsernSns (at 11.30).-Frlday, December 10, Grindon Villarie. Hlir. Pr.K IAs AnnIEus (at 1°),-Saturday, December 11, Parsley Hoy Wisart. ROSSc ItAsieMSc (at 1U).-Satusrday, December 11, St.Wconards. Subscribers-only content

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