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    Cases brought before the committee, September 1651, 01 September 1651-30 September 1651

    coming up 150 miles, to make oath that his debts are more than he is worth. 155 74 Sir Ant. Halsewood, Maidwell, Co. Northampton. 1 Sept. 1651. Vol. A No. or p. Assessed at 1,000 l . 73 124 20 Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    year old gelding or filly, ealeulated to make the best hun- ter: 1, Sir P. Walker, Ilart.,'Derbj; 2, Mr. A. Halsewood, Buxton, Chaser. Brood mare, with a foal at foot, the most adap'terl for breeding hun- tors: 1, Mr. C. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    1878. Witness to the signal tores of Henry Latham I and James Fletcher Wal- • HENRY LATHAM, ton, D. N. Halsewood, > J AMES FLETCHER WALTON. dork to O. Polding,) _ Solicitor, BUckburn. J ■ NOBTHERN CIBCUIT.- APPLEBY SPBING ASSIZES. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Miss Isabella Smith. Shabples- Horner. - On August 18th, at the Parish Church, Great Harwood, by the Rev. W. M. Halsewood, 8.A., vicar. Mr. Lawrence Sharpies to Miss Elizabeth Homer. Mercer- Slater.- On August 21st, at the Parish Church. Great Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the work. It is understood this decision has been come to as tbe lesult of reports furnished to the Admiralty by | Staff-Commander Frank Halsewood, H.N.,who . has bf en employed for some time past in survey. ing the Sound. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    residing at Tenby, where, it is believed, he employs his leisure in cultivating a large farm. The Rev. A. B. Halsewood, formerly rector of Mavesyn Ridware, near Rugeley, who took to the curacy for the benefit of his health, has Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    (rS--^-?" kankrufts. 'wsfinri idinburgA Gazette.) ;*•?_„. „ <-e._io. ■•■■'. in t_ **!.• r "--* l "*l'<- Creditors meet before •' ■« t«o i,,erjff Courthonse, Perth, on Friday, ; 'L-.r, , i : « ******** "***. 13 Ca-tle Street, Montrose. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE BED FTJTUKE. It has not lately been very often that we have pressed upon the attention of our readers what **re usually called " Foreign Affairs;" and we ouly do co now, partly becau.se it is easy to Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    DUNDBK POLICE COURT. ! Saturday- Ueforo Bailie Philip. A Love QuakßEl - Robert Black, shir>ri|tger, Bog Lane Loehee, was chaq c I with assaulting Jane WOOU mill- worker, in Bo? Laiui on Kri.lay laat. Ho pltd riot guilty. It Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TRAWLJLNG. Thb fbhernien on the ea_t coast have been successful iv prevailing upon the Metnbers of Patliament for the respective countiea and burghs to promise to do what they can with the object of getting the comp!aint3 which they Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    GLASGOW STOCK EXCHANGE. . . - Glasgow, Friday Evening. Again the market was firm for Yankees in the O-lasgow Stock Exchange to-day, and a fairly eood business was done. The better feeling was in the tirst instance due to Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SOUTH AMEBICA. KOOTHA__ton, Friday (New B per Lame). -The Lame brings news tbat Porto Plata was in a state of siege. General Lapon was in command there ha being attacked by General Baez. Local accounts attribute the cause of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BIRTHS. ._,;»*. At Ramsay's Land, Foundry Lane, Duiulee, "•- inst.. Mis Robert Adamson. of a daughter. . .j, At 445 Lauriston Place, Kilinburgh. iv the -<i ■ wife of Thomas S. Aitchisoa, Ka<|., of S daughter. , At Knells, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LOCAL DIVORCE CASE IN LONDON. On Saturday the case of Menzies and Menzies, the petition of a captain in the mercantile marine ser- vice for dissolution of marriage by reason of his wife's misconduct, was heard before the President Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    A Rbal Cuppbk.-A fanner's daughter io Somersetshire village near Wiveliacombe l**""* sheared the whole of her father s rtock, »verm«« from 20 to 25 per day. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    NEW YORK CLOSING PRICES. .. Ntw YOKE, Friday. Money easy. Sterling Exchange steady. In stock., undoubtedly to-day's market was purely pro. -- innal, bot there waa al tbe same time a reaction from the decline, wbicli was quite as Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    aud healthy and have good personal character ■ wages £20; nurserh-s done and waited on by housemaid.- Apply Mi-s Morgan, Halsewood. Durtfotd Heath. Kent. TIT ANTED, Experienced NURSE ; two children, six and two T T years ; i.s.sisi mcc Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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