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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    8, Tilto ; Thursday, 10, Hambleton ; Satursity, 12, htilddlhiton. CanO(t (at 11).-Thin day, January S, Bachelors Bridge; Thursday, 10, Kemberton Quarry; Saturday, 12, Drakes Brouglitou. flesEsoBDSeImns, EAST (at 14-First open day, Eangh. wood. H1zs'nporusoirrm, Nostru (at 11).-Thursday, January 10, Subscribers-only content

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    oldl; sound; iT Nuet to ride and drive ; winner of Yeomanry Cup at Wor. F- cesterlastyear.-Apply, William W. U~tley, Kemberton. near Shifual. IWfRE, 14.2, very showy: suitable for doc-tor: w.%rranrte in every E , respecet, NoideAlems-Appily, Brook House, Icknield Subscribers-only content

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    Mlessrs. WV. 0. Foster, W. T. C. Giffard, A. L. Vernon, J. Cartwright (Madeley), G. B. Thorneycroft, P. Rey- nolds (Kemberton), and others. Sixteen couples were entered for competition, end the following were the results :-Dogs: 'I, Chirper, by Collier- Subscribers-only content

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    for technical education.-The Chairman then distributed the prizes, and the proceedings closed. MADELEY. FATAL ACCMENT.-Yeeterday, whilst John Davies, engine-driver at Kemberton Pits, was pumping water, he accidentally fell into the pit, and was drowned. An inquest will be held. SHREWSBURY. Subscribers-only content

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    and Absalom Parton, all of Stirobley, was further charged with trespassing on the lands of Mr. Charles George Lumley, of Kemberton, In pursuit of game, oanthe11th of December last. The case was clearly proved. Eart, being an old offender, was Subscribers-only content

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    £50.; Stanton Long. £40.; Taley, £7.; Upton Cressmtt, £12.; Beekbury, £25. ; Badger, £12.; Workeld, £170. Rudge, £25.; Bonnfngale, £14.: Kemberton, £18; Ryton, £18 ; Stocktnn. £12. : Sutton Maddook, £16. To totale3ti. mate is £1,177. l0a. It was ststed Subscribers-only content

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    £11.; Chelmarab, 284.; Chetton, £9.; Ulaverley, £196. ; Cleobury North, £25, ; Deuxhill, £10. E ardngton, £566. Glazeley, £3. ; Kemberton, £26 ; Middleon Warlven, £15. ;Morville, £87.; Neenton, £24 ; Oldbury, £35. ; Rsmeley, £.28 ; Byton, £28 ; Subscribers-only content

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    Poet. c807 NITRSERY GOVERNESS-A Clergyman wishes to recommend the Daushter of a Parishioner, as a NURSERY GOVERNESS Addre's. "The Incumbent," Kemberton Rectory, near Shillnal, Shropslire. c714 A Young Lady. a Dissenter, aged 22, desires an ENGAGEMENT Ax as Resident Governess Subscribers-only content

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    Re-melts. On the 27th irnst., aged 30 yers, WILLIANe ltYeNoLDs. butcher, oif Hioekley ~ldli scot eon of thselatePeter Reyaolds, of Kemberton, ShroigsliirO ,Areiily regretted. On tho 21st of July, 18G3 at the Poorhouse Now York, aged d2 years, Mtr. TSiObMAs Subscribers-only content

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    a short illness, Mr. WILLIAM 'REYNOLDn. Of Hoelley }lel, second so,, of the late Mr. Peter Reynolds, farmer, lato, of Kemberton; deeply regretted. On lhe 24th ult., at Oniberoley, In her 90th year, Mrs. PUnEBE. ACTON, lateof Acton Farm, Worcestershire. Subscribers-only content

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    E. Severne, M.P. for Ludlow, tr. V. J. Clemenet, MP. for Shrewsbury, Captain Oust, the R1ev. Mr. Watson (Rector of Kemberton), Mr. John Moleire (Brockion House), Mr. John Nightingale (Mayor of Shrewau.y), Mer. Ackerly, M~r. Balkeley Owen, and sorher. The Subscribers-only content

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    tion of the Dean and Chapter of Worcester. The Rev. William Powell. MI.A,, has been appointed to the rectory of Kemberton cum Sutton Mladdoolr, near ShIffnal, ShropHhire, The Rqv. Francis Moare, of St. Bees Divinity Collego,Cumberland, late curate of Noorcastle-nuder.Lyme, Subscribers-only content

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    came round by the Stafford pits of the Lilleshall Company, continued to the Kemberton Works, end then went off in the direction of Brossley. Arrived at the Kemberton Pits, the Institute was received by Cap tain Anstico and his nephews, Subscribers-only content

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    she was met by two men, one of whom was the prisoner. They asked E if she was going to Kemberton, and then threw a a' scarf round her neck and pulled her down. The other h sans asked her Subscribers-only content

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    Road, Penarth, builder. DAVII Henet, Bridge Street, Cardiff, provision dealer. uJoN JoSEH, Ogmore Villas, Oganere Vale, Glamorganshire,. contractor. WAY. YATIS, Kemberton, Salop, farmer. JouN ALFnEn STRANKS, Old Square, Warwick, butcher. FRANK MAsoN, Betton Street, Lower West Street, formerly Alfred Street, Subscribers-only content

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    miik21y 1seller. Fientaud final. dividenid, of 8Si d. in the pound, payable t1 at the Official Receiveres, Ludlow. Wrerrart YATFS. Kemberton, Salop, fairmer. First and ftinal dividend, 9s.l%. in the nounod, payable Marsh 21, at Frank V Caries's, MNill Street. Subscribers-only content

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    Willoughby (Worfield), N. H. Theodosius (Burton), C. Adderubrooke (Dawley), D. C. Boyleb (Walsal), C. C~hambers (Denatone), W. G. R. Blahy (Kemberton), W. C. Weston (West Bromwich), F. D. 6 Ferret (Ixwort), F, L Grindrod (Edgmond), M. E. " Butler (Watermillock), Subscribers-only content

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    into smooth water again. V A CHURCH A1OMALY. A rather singular state of things, we learn, exists with regard to Kemberton rectory and Sutton Maddock vicarage, in the Shiffnal district. Both livings are held. by the Rev. Mr. Anderson, a Subscribers-only content

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    COLO NEL W. S..- KENYON.YLANEY, . CANDIDATURE. Colorael W. S. Xenyon-Slaney addressed a well- attended meeting in the National School, Kemberton, 1 on Saturday . evening. The lRev. W. G. R. Blaby 3 presided, and. among others present were Messrs. Subscribers-only content

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    03151 srrIUATlO2I` Wanted by respectable Man, aged 21.. as Grpoer's Porteror Vaumnesso even years' experience: good referefipe. Apply, WI. lfesolway, Kemberton, Shisna lop..,l4 W1X Fanted by Ganedrmguan Gentleman Ook'kping, It T George Baosdsla, 0.3, Cook Street, Salfonrd. - 376 rflUNM Subscribers-only content

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