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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    against Lloyd and 'Hitson fof'windo6v smashing.-Frances Hairt, wife, of 'the prosecutor, gave corroborative .cvide'nce.-Diana Heath'cock was the:next witness, and confirmed Harts statenient in so far as it related 'to 'ar.-Lucy Jane Hampton, wife of a collier, said she lived next Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -. . .23 Private Child, 4th Sheep- Privats Sladden, 24th Kent 2-2 shaire - . . 22 Corporal Wells, Srd Harts 24 Sergeant Aladdoclc, 14th Private Morris,- Ist Hants 23 Cheshire -. . .21 EN FI ELI) ALL C OM Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shalespeare,' FT. H.,' &c.-names which I conceive to be those of some of Shalkespeare's numerous nephews or grand nephews, the Harts of Stratford. The name William is also frequently met with, but it bears no resemblance to Sbakespeare's authentic signatures. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Lovat (Inver- ness), Tilley (2nd Derby), Sergeant Davis (1st Oxford), Lieutenant Watson (Newcastle), Private Tothill (Bristol), Captain Goodhiffe (11th Harts), Cor- poral Humphrey (9th Surrey), Private Morris (lst Hauts), Sergeant Hesketh (27th Lancashire), Private Chattell (35th Middlesex, Sergeant Chapman Subscribers-only content

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    five lOst 61b, six and ged lst 1bL; mares and geldings allowed 31b. Selling allowances. llf s mile. Mr, W. Harts Dublin, Gt ib ........' Grimlhaw 1 [ Mr Once's Jessie colt, Set 71b ..... ; ........ Thomas 2 Mr, Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL PEDESTRIANISM. At the Prince of Wales's Grounds, Bowling Green, Hol- loway Head, on Saturday, upwards of 400 persons paid admission to witness the final heats run off in the 200 yards handicap for £10 which was commenced on Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL SPORTS. The Great All England Pigeon Shooting Handicap took place yesterday at Aston Cross Grounds, in presence of a good number of spectators, For the handicap there were fifteen entries, at 5s. each, which gave £3. 5. for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for eighteen weeks last las rsidngatCret' Gren i th prih of West Brerewich n te cunt ofStaford Mierandpreiouly thereo of Harts 1111, is theliaish f Duley In he cunt of orceter saiced partn~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~iershipwihSueDulyadohEvnudrtetler tion for Subscribers-only content

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    Thaemostinteresting parts of thatdelightful book were severally discussed. A few mosses were after. wards exhibited smalso come specimens of the Harts. tonJgue Fern (Scolopendm, vulgatre), which were gathered in the nbyghbourhoed of Yardley, not previously known as a locality for Subscribers-only content

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    Smith, Baret., CUiton Club, and Erdiston, Worcester. the aOhBairmla of the olaCuridian Bitumiaous Colliery Company, LImitedi. James Baneks. EReQ, Iroxeourne, Harts (Director of the Tamar, Mit Hill, and Callington R allway, Company). Thomas John Bolton, Esq. iMail Cetractor), Gough Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    up. -2nd heat. Walk over. G. J. Weston, 23J ; neither Strong, 25J, or J. Marshall. 26, appearing.-3rd heat. G. Harts. home, leon Green, 13; T. MFordyke, 18. (C. Miles, Wed- nesbury, 20, absent). Hartshorne was put back a yard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chair during the past year, and he was again eleoted to the came office. An order was givenfor 20O0tons of Harts. hill stone. The Finance Committee reported that the col- lector had received and paid over to the treasurer since Subscribers-only content

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    AN.ASSEMBLACIE OF EXCOELLEINT -HOUSEHOLD 'FU44NITURE, An'0-ft. Begatallo Table, byTwist &a Daatolle'Sesod. sy the same I Maker; C himey Glasses, valoabie Harts, Wllson'etbPatent Slipper Botha, Carpets. Perambulator Milner's Dm4t) Chest; Steak of JRIlOIMOIGSPEV, HARDWXRZ, &r., te. MR.I BH COURT will hELL Subscribers-only content

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    Porinsan Placet Moidal Hill. Josepe A, Horner, RErs., J50, Strand, and RenaslBarnet, Hertford. Aursrrons. J. J. Andrew, Esq., New Barnet, Harts. John Slee Hattereley, Esq., AIbert Terrace, Bayswater. William Paul Clitt, Rsq., 57, Basioghall Street, s.C. MEDrCAL Anvtsea. I. F. Subscribers-only content

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    ELECTION INTELLIGENCE, Ayer-srrurv.-Mr. N. Al. de Rothsclhild has issued an address, in wi-ich heo sax', if elected, hoe should enter Parliarirerit -us at 'perfettly unfe.ttered ann rinleperident ujeisner," though hoe concurs -generally with the course of l ,r ajsty's Subscribers-only content

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    Miiward, 1-0 ; Oldknow, 0-°06; Hiron, 17-8 Gemil-; Smeo, 2-7;Wiliam, 0-4; Floyd, 0-0; Seners (1(oc ot)- ; alkr, -2not outo; Harts, 0-0; by'es, &G., 10-10; t~o~tals,ix SS-12,Soi ~l~l: Baxter,-48 (not out); Grovenr, : ynal, ; Pic, 21 (otout) ; Smith, Subscribers-only content

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    c2192 OST, on nridn-y, the 1st instant, a CEEQUE LOOK, L rl the Old Bank, Dudley, between Queen's Cross aud Harts 1lil-Wlhoever has found it, srtrt vill tsr-fig it to J3mrtes llipkiss, Dock Forge, Dutdley, shall ire Rtewrarded fortheir troublo. Subscribers-only content

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    coil in tire occupation of Wiianrin Priest, whlch felid is situate on tho norib side of thet reiad leading Irons Harts Greers to ilarbornes Church ; arid at the juirction of tire laiit-siwirrtiiuiedt rurad with tire road leading frorr I Subscribers-only content

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    13abl ic etmtietg, THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAIIA Usndie the Management Of Mr. M. Hr. 1IPSON, Jun. T Hg I S (Friday) E V E N I N G, December 8, A R R A H NA roGUE ILAST NIGUT). AND Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL PEDESTRIANISM. At Aston Cross Grounds, on Saturday, notwithstanding <tfe unfavonrable state of the weather ior out-door amuse- nents, there was a good attendance present to witness the Great AR England 245-yards Handicap, Messrs. Tom Cooper and Sam Beasley Subscribers-only content

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