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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day the men at the Killmarsh e Mills, near Sheffield, were similarly enter. tained. 873 M SARRIA&GN REJoomGSt-The workmen at Killamarsh Forge, with their wives and sweethearts, had an entertain- ment on Saturday, in honour of the marriage of James Subscribers-only content

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    at the Angel Hotel, Chesterfeld; public examination, January 12, at 2 p.m., at the County Court, Chester- field. HENRy TUDGE, Killamarsh, Derbyshire, builder and contractor. First meeting, January 12, at 12.45 p.m., at the Angel Hotel, Chestertield; public examination, January Subscribers-only content

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    Staveley, had been to Eckington and a- neighbourliood collecting his moneys. In the evening he If had to call at Killamarsh. He left Mr. Grimes' farmhouse a,.at about nine or ten o'clock at night, and proceeded on the it road Subscribers-only content

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    on the deposited piano of the esid branch, refereed to in the said Art. 15, in the Enid parish of Killamarsh, at a paint one mile two furlongs andl fle chains or thereabouts from the authorised commencement of the senid Subscribers-only content

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    6 tiou, relating to himself, was .unranimously adopted:- s "Tbat this inseeting of the miners of Kiveton Park, n r9 Killamarsh, and the ueighbourhood expresses its eympsthy a et with Mr. Bradlaugh and tpe electors of Northaiptonu in s their Subscribers-only content

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    good STONE-WALLERS. _" ToApply W. Tenney, London' House, Aysgartb. RERA SE MAKER wanted. A~lSaigwages renuirod, to R. G A. Dent, Killamarsh, near C esterlield. j *b- M~T ATDaneprienced manaWOK GFREAi TV a role il.Apply W. an J. Bairetw, Corn Millers, Subscribers-only content

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    Treeton, Ulley, Brampton, Aston. n, with-Aughton, Todwell, Thorpe Salvin, Wales, he Hartill-with-Woodall, all in the West Riding; and ad through Killamarsh, Beighton, Eakington, Reai. 1I1 shaw. Staveley, Bennington, Whittington, Tapton, ty Newpold, and Dunston, in Derbyshire. The secosi contemplated line Subscribers-only content

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    3. OCatchpole (Clhesterfleld), Mr. R. B, Carter (lNen Tupton), and Mr. W. Brown (Chesterfield); and seeretary, B r. W. Bailey, Killamarsh; . Although Mr. Parnell voted against the second a reading of the Irish Arms Bill, his name is absent Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. J. Catchpole (C'hesterfield). Mr. R. P. Carter (New Tupton), and Mr. W. Brown (Chesterfield); and secretary, Mr. W. Bailey, Killamarsh. Nlotices have been posted at the Dowlais Iron- works that henceforth all contraCts will be from day to day, Subscribers-only content

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    10 ~~OB3ITUARIY. Ir The Ilon. William Miles, the Queensland Seer-a .'3 tary for Public Works and Mines, died on Monday last. P IS Major William Warry died on the 17th inst. at L: ig Woodbine-hull, Honiton. He serv.ed with Subscribers-only content

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    sobriquet of "Thick-neck '" The murderer and his mate were lodged that night at the house of a poacher in Killamarsh, or a village near that place. In the papers. at the time it-was stated that Pilmore and Roberts spent Subscribers-only content

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    on the opening of their new and beautiful places of worship.-The reports from the subsidised churches at Tideswell, Bakewell, Calow, Killamarsh, Melbourne Bol- sovor, farlpcol, Repton and Barrow, Whittington Moor, &o., were read, an showed that, on the whole, these Subscribers-only content

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    242 Box, P.O.. Belfast. Ireland. TLAUNflRYMAID.-Wanted, an exprrienced single-handed J-Laundrymsid, in family of four; mast base goodrfeeoa Apply Mm.~ Alderson,. Killamarsh. near Sheffield. M AN adWif (theroughbly trustworthy), without family, wanted, to dothe work and act as CAkRETAKERS of a Subscribers-only content

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    50 per annum to Miss Clapper. ton, sister of the unfortunate Capt. Clapperton, the African traveller..Mr. John Mallender died at Killamarsh on kMon- day in the 96th year of his age. He was a cordwainer by trade, and was generally Subscribers-only content

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    Eerbert Smih, I3 A., to the perpetual curaev of Killamarsh, Derby. and diocese of Lichfield, tile same being void by the dpall; of the Rev. Frederick Rickoutts.'Tihe Queen has appoiniedi Rich ird Graves MDonnell, Esq., to be Judge of her Subscribers-only content

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    itnessed by a groute crowd of rpectators. CHANCG-RINGI NC.' On Sunday last, the Society of Change-ringers from ECCleSil rived at Killamarsh, and ascended the ancient tower and runl' masterly manner, the following seven peals on six bells, COumPs" .5040 changes, Subscribers-only content

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    Suffolk-street, Southwark, scavenger's clerk. . Ralipb;, Greg carpenter. C. Martin. Reading. Berkshire, bootiadsboet,, IR. Whetton, Birmingham, grocer and tea-dealer. In Killamarsh, Derbyshire, huckster. J. Lord B i Talt' shire, operative boller-maker. . Boltor, Stoneu Stakrdlbol grocer. ScoTcH SEQUSTAsTisorms.-A. Scott, or Subscribers-only content

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    Bench think there was any necessity for additional licensed houses. The successful applicant was Mr. Mark Booth,of the Crown Inn, Killamarsh, who was suported by Mr. Chambers, of Sheffield, NEw ACT ore SPIRIe DUTIEsZ.-Tie new Act to grant Excise duties Subscribers-only content

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    Croftse, Eider of Staveley, had been to Eckingron and neighbourhood collerilf money. in the evening he had to call at Killamarsh. He left elr Grime's farmhomse about nine o'lock at night, and proceeded 05 his road towards Staveley at the Subscribers-only content

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    the Coals the betteri. Billam's Creditors. T !E Creditors of JOHN BILLAMa, late of Gander: TLane, in the parish of Killamarsh, in 1he county of Derby, Gentleman, deceased, who have not executed 'the trust Deed, are requested to execute the Subscribers-only content

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