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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a to Freedom.' cS V. E. Williams, Oswestry, 'A Boy's Voyage Bound bh the World,' (Smiles); 2nd E. LI. Moreton, Kinnerley, 'The Gold Seekers.' h. VI. T. G. Davies, Oswestry, ' Military Heroes of ol England,. 2nd M. P. Jones, Subscribers-only content

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    .. 4 8 9 Volunteer . . 7 7 Lovett . 4 8 7 Don Cossack . 4 7 6 Kinnerley . 5 8 7 Actress..... 3 7 3 Gorsehill . 8 I Estlla .a 7 o Yoxk ........ 8 Subscribers-only content

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    SHoCKcGo AND SurPIcIous DE&TH OF A GENTLEMAW.- An inquest has jest'been held on the body of Mr. Samael Pritchard, of Kinnerley, Salop, a-n independent gentleman, who met with his death in a mysterious manner, It ap. peared from the evidence Subscribers-only content

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    and Iis6t -*taken. SPORTING .CL1rPEe's - lLriOZS Will ohhv, 5, HIurdle Race, 20: fIadlicp, 10: Trial, Applehy, 0. .T. TV. Kinnerley, Lincoln. PAULW WALMSLVY'S ESELiWCIONS -$Sqlocted. Colonel, ag promlsed, by plumplug for -hlim In all daffy papero; also ad. s'ised Subscribers-only content

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    t JXrEs PRNT, fllaekWell, late of Slploitiu-en-Stour, both 1 Woreestershive, iate barrier, but now a lalbourer. RItrcTAse WILDErUpper House, 03baeton, Kinnerley, Salop, i former. JAkisCs;Tnoaec, Anchor Terrace, LanSton, beeerhouseskeepsr 3 anl conteeclor '. JAIES WAITER. RAXrn, Cote, 11iiI Trpm, Wcrrington, Subscribers-only content

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    elaner. J [ GFOnCir, 3l1F ocrcisoc, Ssiuirretlbeerhouse, WoiOrton-iii-Elodanet, 5 e Salop, beerhosse-lkeeper and bssteher. EIDWARD TeOUsiAS, of Can iowell ramc, Kinnerley, Sa10p, I 'farmelr. loni- Uicros, jun.. red Lion Inn, Welshamipton, near V iS Ellesmere, Salop, iblni li. , i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomas Owen, of Knockin. ir. T. Green, of Knookin, was first in the two-vear'old class, and Mir. E, Downos, of Kinnerley, fordranglt maresor geldings. Mr.J.E.Davics,ofMaesbury, won Messrs. Woodall, Minshull, and Co.'s specisl prize for the best yearling colt; and Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    Alsop, E. Itickin- bottorr, anr Rtatclitfe, half-brleks ; Owen cird Strutt, right wing ; Wrarlng nnd S. flicklinbottoia, left wing; Kinnerley, centre. Burton : ToJo, goal ; Niehols andi Lobbs, backs ; Furniss arrd Palfryrisair. half-ibaehs Lobb fiis Pyo, rigirt Subscribers-only content

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    neither club was fully repre- sented. The Midland had the best of the first half, E. lickin- bottom, Daft, and Kinnerley scoring for them. Luke's pressed nearly the whole of the next half, but Waring scored from a Midland rush Subscribers-only content

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    His lordship is the patron of twelve t livings, including those of Wigan, Weston, Walsall, Blyrnhill, Castle Bromnwich, Knockin, and Kinnerley, and he is Lord of the Manors of Weston, Tong, Walsall, Ness- i Strange, and Wigan. His lordship has Subscribers-only content

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    the names of Oswestry Rural and Osvwestry Urban parishes.-Similar enquiries were afterwards held by the same committee at Porthywvaen and Kinnerley. WucEL!J`NGTsU:-At a meeting of the,. Board of Guardians, yesterday, a letter was read from the County Council as to Subscribers-only content

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    Mr, HooctiT JOleEq. Contractorc, Safford. Lo rig ELIZAtteoira, fifth dalietitor of the late Mr. Wme. PAiRKES, former, of C ley, Kinnerley. Shroplahlre. R ~it- Some day, at Chit Cathedral, Manchester, by the Rev. W. Parkes, or ith incumbent of Openshaw. Subscribers-only content

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    Wms. MiLnunsN, Esq., of Rushfield. Stalybridge, to SARAH, fifth daughter of Gxo"ro S311TH, Leq., Baukfield, Darcy Lever Same day, at Kinnerley church, Shropshire, by the Rev. E. W. 0. ZBridgeman. the Yen. HENRY W. WIIITEt, Archdeacon of Merionoth- shire, to Subscribers-only content

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    mtidnight, having accomplished a perilous passuge along the line. It appeared on inquiry that in the course of shunfting at Kinnerley the coupling chain whiels connected the tail-coach with the body of the train had, by some means, become un-linked-hmence Subscribers-only content

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    for men ir the ranks. The new officer is a son of the Rev. J. B. Mere- did;. Vicar of Kinnerley, Shropshire. The seeretarv of the Royal Commn.~ission of the Patriotic Fund has written to Cvotain Bower. of Scarhoroight Stating Subscribers-only content

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    man to earn an 'apenny on 'Arispetead 'Eath." 131 BURNT To DEA.TR.-Afl inquest was held, on tI Toesday afternoon, at Kinnerley, near Cewestry, con. 0 Cerning the death of a widow named Evans, who was fatally burned on Suodniy morning. Subscribers-only content

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    DERBYSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS, - ... ESDA.. I- 18. i The business connected with the income and expenditure I of the county wast gone through yesterday and this morning, F the Comtrt opened before JOitN I3ALGtY, Esq. Chairman,L aind aL Subscribers-only content

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    led tite ball il lt L10Vicittity of tite Eaton goutl, where at good shot I wits itade itt it by Kinnerley, which' was unsuccessful owingb lie to the dexterity of Sthe Eaton goal keeper in handling the heo ball and Subscribers-only content

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    Grade Drawing, held in March, 1875:- FREEHAND PRizas.-Isabella Bortiudale, Thomas Black- well, George Collard, John Frost, Francis Hadfield, John I Kinnerley, William Morley, David Orchard, Willlam Pick- ( ard, Henry Pole, Samuel Pryor, George Rouse, James Waters, John Williams. S Subscribers-only content

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    B., Ednaston- - 707 113 906 1 1 Klngdon, 10ev. G?. Spondon - 19 1 30 27 0 0 , Kinnerley, Miss, Manchester - 1 1 12 10 0 Kinesy, Ann, Littleover - - ?' - 2 2 28 12 Subscribers-only content

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