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    wine merchants; as far as regards J. and W. Carter-Locas and Cooke, Northampton, corn meo- chants--J. R. Taylor and T. Knutton, Manchester, woollen drapers-Matthews and Parr, Littletown, Yorkshire, dyers- J. Litle asd W. Thompson, Cheltenham, coal merchants- Guppy, Rees, and Subscribers-only content

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    was dismissed.-The following is from the Potteries :_" Hanley, July 21.-I just write to say the colliers, &c., assembled at Knutton heath, that is, Newcastle race course, yesterday. I am informed it was the largest meeting they have ever mustered. Subscribers-only content

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    B. Pork, fro-n the 26th Foot, to be Capt. wittiout per- chase. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. If. 1i. S. Jeusbary arid 'I'. Knutton, Il;;laci er. lacernen-N. Macrishl and D. P. Steel, Manichsester, varn ag-rits-Sardflird Sort, and Ower;, Mastieougl, Yetrk- sItire, ironfounders -J. Subscribers-only content

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    well as dense. The brass band oontest alsowas agreatlattraition, although one pirt' of it wsls perforimed under a steady Adownpcur. Knutton Brass, Bind' woa the Aat prire (24E 4s,, anst Etruria-Artillery Bauid the segonui (£2. .); Mr. R. Marsden, of Subscribers-only content

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    Dock, ex rrs xSudellviolr, ' o'" ' fr 2427 'Worki OLTES)DON. -Wantd, aBolterdowu, 8or-inch null.- !RI edppyUg Cornwell, O1ak Cottages, Knutton, Newcasotle- 3 in' aUnder-Lvsne. ' .- -cR126 25 0525 loner OKBlDiS...'U3tra Forwarder Wanted' Wemsnny o T 1144o sedqucr' 1Ades Subscribers-only content

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    Broad Street, Birmingham, cia M lP cy 1 OLLTURNIIBR (Jotursteyman). An experisnced Men, wall UsP . in sectional work.-F. Harrington, Knutton Ironworks, Noe- Ai _ castle, Str eoidshire. cir48 Y SALESWOMAN.-Wante., young Lady; good address-APy, Ba . P . A. Subscribers-only content

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    requIred.-Apply, S Waril, 227, Broand Street, Itirmicitham. aa014 a: OLIA'ujINERS iJourneanan.An experienced Man, well 'up- XI, in eactlonul worln-1l. =7langton, Knutton IrOnwarkea, Now- I castle, Staffordsahire, 151 ALRA8EWOMAlitN,~-Wanted, ~yopng Lady; Igood addroseeApIy SIZ If. A..0lall, 72, 2New nSbreet, . p Subscribers-only content

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    loans of Old ary.-Apply,1). 42, c i7 _ ____DailyO'oat. c1707 A( lit 1.1 AY.-25 tons of pr-ine old Hsy.-Aetsr BirlIts, Knutton, New-. ott .-l castle, Stuff, , - I ciqh _ 1 7&mEANc~ tIE.- btthe eso odrsor Mhantire for Sale. Subscribers-only content

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    i ELECTIONS OF GUARDIADS. 4 f Rurcny.-There were contests in three parishes in I h m union, and the following were the resa t,, which re it eclredyeserdy:-Rogby (six seats): Mar. j. Ha,11 le 1,40ar. Ge1orge Loverock, 1,246; lIr. Subscribers-only content

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    the winners were: 1, A. Dawson, Stoke (eight yards); 2, T. Fradley, Stoke (7¼V yards); and 3, A. E. Viggars, Knutton (44 yards). Won by six inches, a yard between second and third. Time, 13 1-5sec.-The next event was a Subscribers-only content

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    man. Dr. Daly attended him and advised his removal to the workhouse. Before the conveyance ad got as far as Knutton on the way Bitbell expired, and the body was taken back to Silver- dale. 'The terrible injuries to 'the Subscribers-only content

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    the Company named to make. branch lines from Stoke-upon-Trent to Miles Bank, and from the Newcastle-under-Lyme and Silverdale Branch to Knutton. The time for the completion of the branches authorised in 1854 is. extended for three years. The Company are Subscribers-only content

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    1st, £4. ; Mr. John Rhead, Knutton, 2nd, £2-Cows In milk: Mr. J. G. Ford, Baden- hall, let, £3., and 2nd, L1. 10s.-Cows in milk, having produced a calf in 1851: Mrs. Machin, Knutton, 1st, £2. 10s. B Mr. Joseph Subscribers-only content

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    Rbtritt IRMS. THE VISIT OF MR, BRISTOW, MtP, TO KIDDERMINSTEt. The Kidderminster Mutual Instruiction Society cele- brated their second anniversary on Monday evening, by a grand sosreein the Music Uall, The decorations, which had been put up for the Subscribers-only content

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    evening of the 1.2th inst. the prosecutor, baing rsther "fresh," lay down ont the side of the road between New Knutton and Ainagen's Bank, and went to sleep. When ho awoke he eaW the prisoner running away frees him, and Subscribers-only content

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    milk, of any breed; the first prize, £2. 10s. for hetfers under two years old, was won by Mrs. Machin, Knutton; and for the beet heifer under one year old, M4r. D. Braytord, of Hooters Hall, received the prl,,e £2. Subscribers-only content

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    for the license for the Forge Tavern, Knutton, occupied by Arthur Barks; Mr. Wall, on be half of Mr. Sneyd, owner of the Plougl Inn, and Messrs. Stainer and Broade, of the Knutton Forges, op- poscd.-Mr. Winstanley applied for a Subscribers-only content

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    Keele, first.; Mr. W. Shaw, Cold Nor. ton, Di. P.' Jac'eson, Woodheads, executors of Mr. Forfd (3), Mr. J. Rhead, Knutton, second.-For Horses: Mesers. Williamson Brothers, Chatterley, Mr. J. Young, Keele, Mr. W. Shaw, Cold Norton, first ;' executors of Subscribers-only content

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    Newcastle, Cechin China: Mr. J. P. Gardner, i ugeley. Polands Mr. 0. Williams, Nautwieb. Silveraspangled Hamburge : Mr. T. Leech, Knutton. Golden-spangled Hamburge: Mr. H. Bate, Springfield. Golden-pencilled Hambnrgs;. Mr. G. Williamson. Tur- keys: Mr.,I Mark Baker, Blaclebrook, and Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    entries. Golden-spangled Hambarghs; Mr. William Tatton, Leek, 1; Mr. William Bayliss, Walsall, 2. Slver spangled Ham. burghs. MIr. Thomas Leech, Knutton Cottage, 1; Mr. John Gleave, Lawton, 2; 8 entrles. Polands t Mr. John Heath, Nantwicb, 1 Mr. D. Harrison, Subscribers-only content

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