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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lansion-house. G. Fellows, Batierses. charcoal-manutacturer. [Devey, Dorset-st. Fleet-st. J Sellers! jun. Burnley, Lancashire, cotton-spinner. [Perkins & Frampton, Gray's-inn. W. Bolion, Harvington, Worcestersh. cattle-dealer. [Milne and Co. Temple. a. Norris, ]iverpool, earthenseare-dealee. [Chester, Staple-inn. Friday, August 10. BANeRUPTCY SUPsRSEDED.-A. Dawson, Park-st. Subscribers-only content

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    Marquis of London- derry, and the Dowager Countess of Roden. At Charlton, near Dover, aged 76, Harriet, wife of James Harvington, Esq., M.D., and sister of the late Admiral Plampin. At Waiworib, in his 74th year, the Rev. W. Willey. Subscribers-only content

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    ilinee cents - - - 1 0to 3 ai0 Itlesiley Coloured Frock Coats 3- - 3 1 0 ,15 0 Harvington and Pstrshair Frock Coats -, - 10 0 O 4 0 Valencia and Rersevroerc Waistcoats 1) 10 5 0 Subscribers-only content

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    Jarmes's Chlrchr Bavsatrer, John Sheehan, Esq.. ofthe Inner Temple, baTrister-:t-lan, to Ellen, relct ofthelate Milajor Henry Shrubrick. ANDRE-December 17, at Harvington. Worcestershire, J. L. Andre, ECq., aged 77. COX-Doceeirber 15, at Palagrce, the Rev. Janres Crx, D.D., rector of Palgrave, Subscribers-only content

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    this sectioni had avery pleasant walking ex.arsion on Saturday . afternoon, from Salford Priors to Abbot's' Salford; Norton, r and Harvington. At Salforud Piors-a short inspection was' is made of the interesting but over-res'ored ohurch, and a h walk of Subscribers-only content

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    ex- cursians of the year, referring to the illustrated drawings; after which Mr. COTTON described the last excursion- that to Harvington and Norton.-The PRESIDENT then proposed a vote of thanks to Mr. Cossins and Mr. Cotton. n -Mr. Cossrs, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORRESPONDENCE, NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. a a U etters intended for publicatiote musst bie accompn)Mied'~ bo, ' a ae name ansd address of the woriter'; net iccisssr'it for the 1 bicatioo, buft frthe infowmation of the Ed(itor. it. i t Subscribers-only content

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    _ __ _ __ _ 00 j~~~~~~EVE SHAM. tI:1 '~ALLEGED FALSE PRETEFrCES. - James Jones, coal tl, ' dealer, of Harvington and Wixford, was brought ts o, c ilof a' etrdy eoeteconymgsrts charged [LE sofwtobangvaiususudrfleptncs Mr. G. or ~ L.Fads Subscribers-only content

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    CORRESPONDENCE. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters intended for publication -must be accompanied be! the name anei address of the siriter; not5 necessarily for. utblietdon, but for the jnformation of the Editor. Whets assaiers to quescionis are not given in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Prince has been able to make a round of inspection over his Worcestershire estate, On Tuesday it was arranged that Harvington and the adjacent villages t should be viaited, and great pleasure was expressed among a the tenantry at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BIhHAil MOURNO A iND WAREHOUS;, At. JrN*"DIeJZEZ BraIRKINgA CORAPI1 BIKS, PARAMAtj-AS . ..H ,t 4~ COBOUJRG CLOTS -AN , M~iulL.iRY, GLOVES, HOSIERY, -.iiii- E~rev Bequlio for F A I- M-O R-N I G : t~fhda~t a, at mm Subscribers-only content

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    HOUSE ard SHOP, situate abt Catherine's Cruns, Drlarhston... .. ,;,: :. FREEHOLD PROPERTY, HARVINGTON. PY Mr. SOLOMON POWELL, THIS DAY . k (Wednesdav), at the Dog Inn, Harvington, at Four o'clock-Four nawlyereeted DWELLING HOUSES, with Gardens, situate at Har- vmgtn; Subscribers-only content

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    J. Finch, of Chaddesley, ar surgeon; James Bate, Chaddesley; John Pearman, of Drayton House; George Price, of Harvington; John r to Horne, of Harvington ; Thomas Cooke, of Cakebauld; Yas IWillam iHooper, of Brockencutt; and Samuel Bough, of ely Chaddely. Subscribers-only content

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    family and friends, were invited to be present. The marquee was beautifully decorated. The Rev. A. W. Ingram, rector of Harvington, presided, having on his right and left the distinguished guests of the evening. There were aho present Mr. and Subscribers-only content

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    preferred. A welliqualified teacher would findl this a pleasant and permanlentoengagemenct. Refereonoesmust be porfkeotly satisfactory.- Address. miss J.iS., rost Office, Harvington, nesr Evoilisin. 151 WANTED. a GOVERINESS, for a Scheel in Blrkenheail. As- V quireicoota-Frcteub, Drawinlg, find good English.-'mialiSd Scholastic Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Crowther, Aston Somerville; highly commended, Mr. BAldvin.- Class 9. For the best long-wool Ewe Lambs, £2,, Mr. S. Hurnt, Harvington; second prenmiam, £1., Mr. Bayzand.-- Class 10. For the five best cross-bred or short-wool E3we Lsambs £2., Mr. Randell; Subscribers-only content

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    & aje.ty'sCoattrotProbatcebyFRtEDEUotC 300tN KEscW, Of Ne. 35 High Street, Stourbridile, in the cocnty of V.'orester, Draper ad JeOSRcon LOLEY, of Harvington, in the county of Worester, Soh eolmasmer. the Execators therein named, are rerested to SiEN it I N, on Subscribers-only content

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    Eyston, Chairman, a charge was made by Police-constable Bevan against DI. B. Bomford, farmer, of Pitchill, for, removing cattle from Harvington to Bish- ampton, on the 2nd instant, without permission, and in opposition to the Magistrates' order of the 12th Subscribers-only content

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    Pillerton Toll-gate. Friday .-- ,, 2 ..,. Kinoton. THE HON. W. ES. J. NORTH'S HlOUNDS9-At Eku. Wedneoday., Jan, 31 ,,...... Harvington Croas. Saturday ,.... Feb. 3 ...... Welford. TUE ATIIEt18TONE HOUNDS.-At EHkoea. Wodnesday.. Jail. 31 ....... Union Irus, Moashans. Friday Subscribers-only content

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    Brook, in the Slth year of her ae. SALAII, theeleoved wifoof ElMUSD ARNOLD; sincerely regretted. On the 2ith ult., at Harvington, aged 87 years, MIss CHrAstLoTTE PRmCJIETT. On the 6th of February, AnAM Fnoeo, of Queen Street, Auckladl New Zealand; Subscribers-only content

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