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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mlodifictions. Petitions, praying for sonic legislative measure to protect the Corii Trade, were presented from the Laadholders of Wiltshire, and Holbeach, in Linco(l;vnsice. Ordered to lie -on the table. GAOL FEEfS'. Mr. BxES Tr moved for leave to bring in Subscribers-only content

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    Adam's-court, Broad-street, merchant. H. Blain, Adam's-nourt Broad-street, merchant G. and J. Woolrielt, Spiial-square, silk-manufacturers. E. Bury, Liverpool, merchant. .. Bass, Holbeach, Lincolnshire, brewer. J. Billinghatn, Uttoxeter, Stsff'ordshire, nail-manufactarer. P. Wood, Kingston, Surrey, gardener. D. Maanson, T'rogrmorton-strdetj merchant. T. Kay', Prince's.square, Subscribers-only content

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    Mitre-cousrt. : W. Thorogoed, jun., Spa-fields, ictualler. [Swan, Bell-yard. J1. H. Maddox, Beaufort-huildings, Strand, coal-merchant. [Jones, Size.. lane. Thormos Atkinson, Holbeach, wheelwright. [Messrs. Palmer and Mahby, Chancery-lane. Samuel and William Hanson, Langfield, timber-merchants. [Wiglesworth and Ridsdale, Gray's-inn-square. TREATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET. Subscribers-only content

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    was the panic excited in the family that her things were packed up and she was for- warded home to Holbeach in a vehicle. Here the sympathies of the listeners were moved. " Poor thing !" exclaimed some, while others Subscribers-only content

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    Marquis of Londonderry and lis candles, 492. Murder of Mr. Marum, 507. Fire in Holborn-Abductionandsuicide-Juve- nile suicide, 509. Riots at Holbeach, 524. Pauper insurrection-A brute, 525. -Ominous accident-A relict of the wisdom of our ances tors, 541. Suspicion of royal Subscribers-only content

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    a chaise cart, handcuffed to a policeman. He exhibited no signs of derangement. MURDER AND RIOT AT HOLBEACH-Mr Alleock, the Holbeach constable, who was so seriously injured in trying to quell the riot at that place on the day after Subscribers-only content

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    Wine merchant. [Dimmtock, Sise lane, Bucklerahury. D. Blake, Norwich, mohair manufacturer. [Wood and Blake, Falcon street, Alderogate street. E. Goddard, Holbeach, Lincolnshire, linen draper. [Bartrur and Soo, Biehopasate street, W. Autill, Bourn, Gloucestershire, umbrella stick manufacturer. [Baylis, Devonshire square. W. Subscribers-only content

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    far as regard. T. Gaskell-Pochin aud Boyer, lbstock, Doumaingtou-nn the- Heath, and Leicester, farmers-E. B. Vyee and R. S. Barron, Holbeach, Lincolnshire, surgeons-EL. S. Meyer and J. Clsrk, Bedford street, Coveat garden, gold lacemnen-J. Woolridga and P. Southaa, Wolverhampton, miners-R. Subscribers-only content

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    bill, wine me'rchant-September 6, E. Browne, Norwich, builder-September 8, W. Wilkes, Benge worth, Worcestershire, coal merchant-Septembner S, E. Gaod dard, Holbeach, Lincolnshire, draper-September 9, J. Welbs Manchester, publican-September 5, A. H. Tulk and E Banks, Gateshead, Durham, sOap mauufacturers-Septeunber 2, Subscribers-only content

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    W. Towers, Salford, Lancashire, Joiners-J. T. Coates and J. Wright, jun. Ingleton, Yorkshire, cot- ton spinners-W. Curtis and S. Carter, Holbeach, Lincolnshire, brewers-J. Burbridge, T. Puzey, and W. Pallett, Bread street, City, warehousemen; so far as regards J. Burbridge-W. D. Subscribers-only content

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    inn. E. Tyndale, Ross, Herefordshire, wine merchant. [Hall and Minertt Ross. S. ttiohell, Nottingham, coal merchant. [Cann, Nottingham. T. Newton, Holbeach, Lincolnslire, cattle dealer. [Staniland, Boston. R. Baxter, Sheffield, table-knife manufacturer. [Fiddey, Temple. F. L. Homar, Manchester, merchant. [Bennett, Manchester. Subscribers-only content

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    Birmingham, wholesale tea dealers-August 2, R. P. Atcherley, Whitchulrch, Shropshire, mercer-July 21, C. Harring- ton, Kidderminster, glazier-August 2, T. Newton, Holbeach, Lincolashire, cattle dealer-August 2, Jane Jones, Ketley, Shrop- shire, grocer. CERTIFICATES to be granted, unless cause be shown to Subscribers-only content

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    6 Hitcham, near Hadleigh - 2 0 5 Hitchin -6 15 6 Village of Mockton, Yorkshire - 1 1 9 Holbeach - - - 3 6 0 Holyhead - - 2 19 3 Villages of Horbucy and Thornes 6 17 Subscribers-only content

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    Broughton, Nantwich, Cheshire, banker- September 23, J. Arnold, jun. Farndon, Cheshire, and }X. Arnold, Derby, cheese factors-September 23, T. Newton, Holbeach, Lin- colnshire, cattle dealer. CERTIFICATES to be granted, unless cause be shown to the contrary on the day of Subscribers-only content

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    [Sole and Turner, Alderman- bury. C. Percival, Greenwich, dealer in china. [Riclhardson and Co. Gol- den square. J. C. Macdonald, Holbeach, bookseller. [Johnson and Co. Iolbeach. Sarah and G. Shorratt, Hilton, blacksmiths. [Reece, Birmingham. I. Gaze, Stroud road, Gloncestershire, builder. Subscribers-only content

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    to St Petersburgh in 123 hours, and to Trieste in 128 hours. During the last week, the relieving.officer of the Holbeach district (a very large one) of the Lincoln union, had not a single application made to him for relief. Subscribers-only content

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    victidler-January 14, T. Edwards, Birssingliam, Iron tounder-Janatary 2,1, J. Livesey and J. Prim, New Lenton, Notlinglamshire, lacenkema-rsJanuary 21, Id. Ward, Holbeach, Liacolosshire, draper. Lits ch Sequoesltarations.-J. Weir, Camnork, iroranong.!r-D. Russell, Gleogow, priater-flarthill aad Selmond, Glasgow, printers-J. dtougvle, Greenock, cabisset oaker. Subscribers-only content

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    wrong, came before the judge of tile County Court at Holbeach, Lincolnshire, on Tuesday week. A Young fisherman, named Gee, sued a Mr Elliff, an opulent farmer, residing iu Holbeach Marsh, for 501., as compensation for injuries sustained from being Subscribers-only content

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    and confusion somewhat subsiding. attention was im- mediately directed to the injured passengers. The Rev. Mr Snell, of Fleet, near Holbeach, in Lincolnshire, who had come up to town to visit the Exhibition, was removed in a dreadful state of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, March 2. Office of Ordinance, February 28.-Royal Regiment of Artillery: Brevot Major R. J. Dacres to be Lieut.-Col. vice Burnaby, retired upon lull-pay; Second Captaiss J. Travers to be Captain, vice Dacres; First Lieut. Subscribers-only content

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