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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chredu yn Nuw. Harris, Rowlands, Charles o'r Bala, dynion yn credn oeddynt. Meddyliais layer am yr ychydig bobl ddnwiol ye Kettering gynt yR gweddio ryw noswaith am Iwyddiant yr efengyl yn India. De- chreuodd y cyfarfod y nos Lun cyntaf Subscribers-only content

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    flwyddyn hon yn cyraedd ei 90ain mlwydd oe(d, nid yw mor boblogaidd a sefydliad- au a gychwynwyd yn ddiweddarach. Yn Kettering yn 1784 darfu i " dlau neu dri ynm- gynull yn enw" CRisT-sef FULLER, SUTCLIFFE, a RYLAND; sefydlwvd cyfarfodydd Subscribers-only content

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    lafurio ymhlith paganiaid Iadia,-ya -yr unig, ond yn Ilawn o ffydd,-oedd 13p. 2s, 6c.. yr Yn hwn a wnaed yu Kettering. Yn awr, y mae y casgl- I Y iad cenhadol yn cyraedd 73,000p., a chan y Bedydd- ros. wyr Subscribers-only content

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    V G Williams (Glynfab). Hysbysir am farwolaeth Syr E J narland, A.S. dros g Ogledd Belfast. Yr oedd yr ymadawedig yn 64ain c m.Inlwydd oed. 11 Dydd Mawrth, yr wythnos ddiweddaf, dathlwyd priodas euraidd pOr 0edranus yin , hiQty Kettering, Subscribers-only content

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    Baibury. W. Schlaherg, Manchester, merchant. Attornies, .Messrs. Tay- lor and Uiiwin, Manchester. 3, White, Pitchlcy, Northampton, victualler. Attorney, Mr. Marshall, Kettering, Northampton. F, Elliott, Rotherain, Yorkshire, ironmonger. Attoruies, Messrs. Stubbs, Mccdes, an(d Wills Birikiligharam. S. B. (outer, Bristol, stationer. Attorney, Subscribers-only content

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    Sudebury. C. X-X hite, Mancbester, iron-liqtor-manfttrer. AttorneyXllr. EIIso, CIhunoerdIsne. XX. Iill, kidclderminster, hat-mnufnacturer. Attcrnev, NBr Bip, Soilihampton-buildings. - . Mlee, Kettering, fartner. Attifrnics, Messrs. Matthews atd Riqudad,,C astle-street, Molitorn. I . Vince, Lucas-slreet, Commercial-rced, carpehter Attorney, Ijr. Ft'zeeral I, La Subscribers-only content

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    April, ino Upper Nortou-_tret, in the 44th year of hi's age, Mr. Jarues Smith, Sculptor. On the 7th inst. at Kettering, NorthalmptonsilrcC thefe-:. Andrewu Fullar, ieany years Pastof of the Baptist Chicrob ehat town, and Secretary of the Baptist Missionary Subscribers-only content

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    the two concerns. At Rom. ford, both the banks have failed. Also the Dorking bank of Piper and Co.; the Kettering bank of Keep and Co.; and the Bedford Commercial bank of Messrs R ia-lings and Co. The Bank Directors, Subscribers-only content

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    Bmadfoed, Wzrenltwer:I andl Co. Ditto, Qensoere and Co. Brigliton, Daslhmar and Co. Huddersfield, Dobson and Co. Dittos, Taniplin and Co. Kettering, Keep and Co. Bristol, Browne and Co Kingston, Shrubsole and Co. Carsibridge, Hollick and Cs. Leicester, Clarke and Co. Subscribers-only content

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    a ierdict of Manileugter agaiest, John iVI and fixed a deodan'd of 40s.'on the coach. ' : ' ' At Kettering, Northamptonshire, on Monday morningbetween four and five o'clock, the inhabitants were a]aruned by thiundmer afi~g~ning. such as the oldest Subscribers-only content

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    of the late Joseph Wood, esq., of WVestrminster, and Stoke, in the county of Devon. DIED. Yesteiday week, at lWoodfoerd, Kettering, in her 41st vear, Mrs Arbuthnot, the lady of the Right i-on. Charles Arblsthnot. She had taken a walk Subscribers-only content

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    the day.- Northampton Chronicle. NORTH NoRTHA sirToNsIsRE ELECTION.-The election is fixed for next week. The nomination will take place at Kettering, on Tuesday, the lth, but the polling will not commence till Friday, and finally terminate at 4 o'clock on Subscribers-only content

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    of the Clhronicle, writing from Kettering, on Friday night, says:-" The Liberal interest has, I regret to say, suffered a defeat to-day, which no efforts that can be made to-morrow will be able to repair. No artifice has been left Subscribers-only content

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    it will be easily seen that go change has taken place in the minds of the people. I was at Kettering during the two days of polling, and in the county during the whole time of the canvass, and, as Subscribers-only content

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    The flake of Bucoeuech has taken good care that every qualified person on his estate in the nei-hbtur hood of Kettering is on the register, and Lord Cardigan has not been far behiid the Duke in his exertions. But though Subscribers-only content

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    Before the house adjourned, Lord WINCHILSEA, on pre- senting a petition from the board of guardians and some magistrates of Kettering, testifying to the advan. tageous results of the new poor-law, and more especi. ally its beneficial effects on the Subscribers-only content

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    in the Morning Chronicle respect- ino the notices served to the tenants ot the Duke of Buc- cleugh on the Kettering and Boughton estates, for rise of rents, adds:-' We have heard, on what we believe to be un- doubted Subscribers-only content

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    BsrsN'EY.-This was an action for libel against the JohnBull newspaper. The Attorney-Geiieral stated the case. The plaintiff was born at Kettering of respectable parents, received a good education, and when lie was the age of 14,'was apprenticed to a printer, Subscribers-only content

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    Worcesttrr builder-May 13, J. Garner, Danchurch. Warwickshire, inn- keeper-May 12, H B. Barwood, Lowestdft, Sioffolhfish nieF- cbant-May it, T. Mee, Kettering, Northamptonsthire fariner.- May 11, C. H. Metivier, Wototu under Edge, Gloncestershire, cleth factor- May 11, Ann Glitin and i. Subscribers-only content

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    Leeus, tow spinner. [Battye and Co. Chancery lane. P. W. Gough, Peucombe, Herefordshire, dealer. [Smith, outh- aampton buildings. J. C-tle, Kettering, Northamptonshire, woolstapler. [Egan and Co. Essex street, Strasd J.andP.R P.Clarlks,Leeds,musicsellers [TheobaldStapleinO. W. . HoRkins, Weorcester, currier. [Blower and Vizard, Subscribers-only content

 

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