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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mistaken for the menace of a cannonade that of a fanfarronade 9 MAGISTERIAL IN6'LINATION! In the examination of the lad (Killerby) charged with the offence of sending letters containing poi- son to several inhabitants of Southwark, Mr Cotb tiugham declined Subscribers-only content

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    its expectations, or with teazing it with disagree- able surprises. About eighteen months ago, a youth of the name of Killerby sent a number of threatening letters, and others containing poison with pressing recom- mendations to taste it, to several Subscribers-only content

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    our hustings, as there are singular ones in the Courts of Europe. FLOGGING FOR MOCK-HEROICS. The mock hero of Southwark, Killerby (the name is awfully suggestive of slaughter) has been sen- tenced to twelve months' imprisonment and a public whipping. Subscribers-only content

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    SENDING A THREATENING LETTER.-Henry Josepl Killerby, 18, compositor, was indicted for feloniouslyl sending a letter, threatening to murder Elizabeth SprigosE The particulars were given in our report of the South- wark police-court last Saturday, but to that account should have Subscribers-only content

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    Life Boat, d Lygonia. aof d Pantaloon. '3rd, £10o. by the Wolverhamptonl Local Corn. mittee, J' his B3. Booth, of Killerby Ilall, Chratteriek, Yorkshire, "Buckling," bav, bred -by Air. J1. Fielden, Dobroyd Castle, Tori. moroen ; n The Drakee, d Subscribers-only content

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    and Mloritoem77. Old Broad Street, ElC. AsrDIToR-.-Meesrs. Cooper Brothers aid Co.. 14, GeCrge Street, Itatisioe Ilottse, E.C. SECRETARY (pro tremn-BE. Killerby Oorreics.-landon i louse Chambers, 11, Queen Victori3 Street, ABRIDGED PROSPECTUS. This Cotimpanty has berit rtatblisired for the pIrpose of Subscribers-only content

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    11ev. B. i. Atkinson, AhdbOroULgs. Rev. Win. Glaister, Rirkby I lectham. mIr. Charnock, Molickton-Hall. Mr. Askwithl, Slenningford. Mr. John Booth, Killerby. Mr. Claridge, Jervaux Abbey. Mr. Parlkiisoni, Easby. Mr. Icielding, Aiskew. Nsr. Carter Jun. Theakston. Mr. Wright, Cleashyr Mir. It. Subscribers-only content

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    L.L.I). of llCalthtiel-l-R)use, Middlisex. Oot Thiarpday last, Mr. Mark Taylor, of Thornes-lane, Wakeedeldl, nsrislfschtir. Sttime day, agled jli, Mrs. Sarahl Killerby, of this towit, ituch rcespected. . Satme lav, Mtr. Johit Mboorc, of this towsit, lanidt-surveyoir, asnd formtserly x-ritiig-mitaster at Subscribers-only content

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    "first stone will be laid ort New Year's Day.W 1 Last Saturday night, a assan of the niane of tin Killerby, on his retorts from, Leeds to Armisy, fell into M else carrel, end was drowned. Lr . On Fr'itday Subscribers-only content

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    Right lion, Earl Spenicer; tile R1ev. Frederick Peel, of so Willingham, near Gaircisro', Lineiolroilre~ r oher Booth, of Esq., of Killerby, near Rlichmcond, Yorkshlirer J. Mason, Wi Esq., of Chilton; Duirhauc r ctirldon Cradock, Esri. of Hart- To forth, Yorkshire: Subscribers-only content

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    Peter, Slytot, Bk-lalCr W~ian lerton Maynard Anchuny Lax,bMarton Bad ,r~ibt Oult1:1ti le-%looc Baion Jsla aS'ey Mente Charles, Tl., Barnsley ,olthJ,*I, Killerby Metcalfe John, Hornby J seiy.1. 1hurstonland Mlorley John, REeutolt ¾ Btlby Jesse, stuitotes Mluid Christ., CllftOll Castle llradley T. Subscribers-only content

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    tdmse terms, ho shalt forfeit £50 to the Society.C Thre follrswtng were the other competltorS-John Beethams, no" d etltrleNrhtetntJh Bohs, Killerby, Catteri ck N y Bot st ianr, ilry atrc Earl of Carrlisle (01 Di rr CateHwrWis'ettCtio lo arrison, Biltingthanm. Subscribers-only content

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    Improving e the breed of cattle:-To the owner of the best cow in milk, 6 sovs.- I Mr. J. Booth. Killerby, Cothercote, Yorkshire. To the owner of B the best yearling heifer, 10 sovereigns-MsA R. Booth, Wullesby, near Nortballerton. An Subscribers-only content

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    e- manures. Eveiy effort has been nade by a zealous local com mittee 's of which John Booth, Esq., of Killerby, is chairman, to make ,g everything pass off pleasantly and successfully, and the general e secretary, Mr. Milburn, has Subscribers-only content

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    1840, chai te ca omptitrs. milk. priat ,a For the best two-year old HRe~ta, in calf £10O-John Booth, raD Le Killerby, Catterick, Modish, (roan) bred by him. C.Jan. 30, 1842,MO r) -S. Lord Stanley, d. by Matchemi. Second ditto, £81-Thornas Subscribers-only content

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    genteel parties, with whom he lodged, and wag osentenced to be transported for ten years. rl, A young ucan nanced Killerby, an apprentice to 3Tr with Lewis, printer, Fhisie-lane, in the city of London, has bonn cone- tin- mitted for Subscribers-only content

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    ours bred by him. 9icamp. Izioag F or the boot Cow of age, in calf or milk, £520, Mautalini.-J. Booth, Killerby, Catterick, bred by him ; second ditto, £ 10, the Alba-A. Bananerman, South Cottage, Chorloy, bred by Mr. He Subscribers-only content

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    at the Wesleyan Ceisteonary chapel, Deles- bury, by the Rev. J. Pretty, Mr. S imiael Foster, joiner, to Irs. Santhls Killerby, straw bonnet maker, Loth of Machey. Sante day, at St. Nicholas, Galway, by the Rev. J. Treavor, the Rtev. Subscribers-only content

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    Grirr'oc otherwvise Wreirds Gcririe, Larietlorrre. Ilorirby, liersiby, ilarkf.,rth, i10toity otirerwsvre Aitnderny, wit lls tiriy orherwise Aitrderiiy Myers with lloltiy~, Cattkerick, Killerby, Ellertortolerieniorosrpi-wne 1{irkby i-leetianm otherwise Kirby Fleetiatit, Kilrkby F'leetirani otherwise Kirby Fleelirtim, Grest Fenrcote, Little Pencote, Scrirtosi, Scroton, Grest Lanetors, Subscribers-only content

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    4th inst., it h3 doterminxed that the of parishes of Scruton and Kirlby Fleetham, and the towsn- he ships of Killerby, Hackforthm, Atuderby IMmers with 11hiliby, lie 13edale, Firlby, Crmllehall, Aiskew, Latugthlorite, Idxelby be Leeoiiuig atid Newtown, Clateimby, Thetkistomie, Swailiby Subscribers-only content

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