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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the t23d inet. at Ellinghaon, Nt rthumberlsId, lleory S. Stephbos. EsqI to Mary, driest darlghter of the late Thoase Haggerston, Esg. anr niece to Sir Carnaby flaggerston, Bart. At (:ibralter, an the 5th inst. by tire Ronman Catlholic Vicartfiencral, Subscribers-only content

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    Jun., Esq., Ipswich, to Emma, youngest daughter ofJohn TowelW Butt, Esq., NewingCon-green, Midlesex. On the 3Lth inst., at St. Mary, Haggerston, Mr. Selby, of Foster-lane, to Penelope, daughter of W. Earles, of Hackney-road. On the 13th inst., at All Saints' Subscribers-only content

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    chief editor of the Ialoniteur Ottonrlan. He stood high in the confidence of Reschid Pacha. On the 27th ult. at Haggerston, aged 76, J. Edgerton, Esq. His clothes caught fire; and he was burnt to death in his bed- room. Subscribers-only content

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    and Slater, Great Tower street. A. Tallent, sen., Ipswich, Suffolk, provision dealer. [Elmslieand Preston, Moorgate street. J. Peters, Kent street, Haggerston, fancy-trimming manufacturer. [Liewellin, Noble street, Cheapside. C. D. Wilson, Saville place and Globe wharf, Mile end, builder. [Overton and Subscribers-only content

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    -east, 0. Subt-districts of Shoreditch : lbolysrsll, 0: St Leonard, I; Hoxton New Town. I; Hoxton Old Town, 1 , Haggerston', ivet 0; Hatgerstone, east, 0. Sul-distric's of Be-thnal green : HacLkney road, 0; Green, 0; Church, 0; Town. 9. Subscribers-only content

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    by, when the new Church first planted itself among the mechanics' cottages in the long straight streets of Dalston and Haggerston, alms and doles used to be plentifully dis- tributed among the poverty-stricken worshippers (who, out of curiosity, came once Subscribers-only content

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    ll.s'rrrr'. P'rsE nm iNazl)Ox.-A fire if a P.re bc alarming character brolket out yesterday inorning in ii.' by neighbourhood of Haggerston, and threateireu at ol'nrc ;ir Ld. to cause extensive destrr'ction. At thre scere of tii' ai: c break, on Subscribers-only content

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    oftheesat 2lb acd 9st Sib competitions, and a start was made with nhe former, the bouts resulting as follows-W. Holmes (Haggerston), after having the worst of tbe firtrosts. beat a taller and heavier opponent in C. Manstori (Mile End); C. Subscribers-only content

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    proceedin commenced with the first-named, and the bouts resulted as followa:-A. Carpenter (Kings- land), a reserve man, beat Markl Dooley (Haggerston) after a capital contest; Baxter (Shoreditch) sparred a hard-hitting bye with Tom Euston (Old Ford); HEL Osborne (potsend Garee) Subscribers-only content

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    into the cir- cumstances attending the death of John (h-eggs', aged, twenty years, a porter, lately living in Clarissa Stre-et, Haggerston, whose remains were found on Friday last in th d6hris of the North Metropolitan Company's granary, which was burnt Subscribers-only content

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    Sihelrditeb, relative to the death of Elizabeth Gorman, aged seventy' two, who died from violence at No. 16, Martha Street, Haggerston. It appeared that the deceased was the widoew of a master tailor. On Saturday evening lis a dis- tress Subscribers-only content

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    attained a great suocess at Kwaigsberg, In There was an explosion at the works of the Imperial Gas company, at Haggerston, on Friday. A place called " the revivifying bouse" was blown down. Skates I Skates I Skates I at Subscribers-only content

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    our favour. Between five and six on Wednesday morning, CHARLES PRATT, a signalman, was found dead in his box, at Haggerston, on the North London Railway. The body was discovered after attention had been directed to the box by the Subscribers-only content

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    of the Consersative mnembers for this division, is a son of Ir. John Craig, of Burntislnd, ard was born at Haggerston, in Northarrberltrid, in May, 1827. lIe is a mining engineer, and coal and ironstone proprietor in North Statfordshire, and Subscribers-only content

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    in two metropolitan J . churcebes on Tuesday-viz., at St. Fribti's, Stolke Nesis-og- otei, in the morning, and St. Augustine's, Haggerston, in - the evening. Thle City Pras says that an additional storey is being put to the telegraph department Subscribers-only content

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    is also reported from other places in the same eaonttry. TnE GREAT FIRE1 TN LNDONn.-Yestsrday afternoon the great fire at Haggerston had been so far subdued that nine steam engines only were kept at work, and these will be gradually Subscribers-only content

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    commemorating the advent of the 100th year of Sir Moses Bloutefiere's age. In consequeince of the great timber fire at Haggerston, the Metropolitan Board of Works is considering the desira- bility of applying to P'arliament next session for powers to Subscribers-only content

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    'he anthena was from Gaonned, and a special hymn, written by the Ievt S. J. Stone, vicar of St. Paul's, Haggerston, and adapted for use ons this occasion, was sting. Th' Bishop of St. Albans b ;, preachted from Mlatthew, Subscribers-only content

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    Haggerston Division of London, writes as follows:- " 1, Iichmond Terrace, Whitehall, July 20, 1885. "Sir,-I am directed by MIr. Gladstone to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 16th inst. with regard to your candidature for the Subscribers-only content

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    (C), and Ai. C. s Hawkes (Independent): Ecoleshall, E. Ashmead-Bartlett n (C) and C. Cyril Dodd (L). d SHOREDITCH. - Haggerston Division: Mr.' NV. B. c Cremer (L) ; Mr. R. D. Urlin (C).' Hoxton Division : Mr. d J. Subscribers-only content

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