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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esg. Lansdowne, Bath, and Monmouth. Sir Cusack Roney, Langham place, London. T. 0. Stock, Esq. Lloyds, Loudon. floery Truemau, Esq. Littleover, Derby. BA~sans.-The Union Bank of London. SoLIcTOssS.-Meosro Marten, Thomas, and eollams, Mincing lane, London, E.C. AtDraon.-Mlessrs Quilter, Ball, and Subscribers-only content

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    JAMES GIDVWELL, High Street, Portobello, Willenhall, beer. house keeper. C0eRLOS Cno'rTos, Plasgwynne, Gobowen, Salop, colliery agent. TrtonMs Josesozc, Moorway Farm, Littleover, Derbyshire, and of Wells Road. Shepherds Busb, Mlddlesex, farmer and mill dealar. JAMcrS BLAIV, 22, Dock Street, Newport, Mon., Subscribers-only content

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    founni that in every ease tiitluicit tile fever- lisa manifested Itself have "!'liths 1%its liltkuih from a certain farin ait Littleover, 150 drol rceurse. hiss hiect improved consider' A~ het''ietitihie btd eiiteriimg the oldl course, about ~5t~ioigf)()~~hoehavinig beais takeii out. Subscribers-only content

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    ork eloni has over fifty cases on his 'books. The outbreak hasft lor s been traced to a farmhouse at Littleover, where five of the the inmates were strickees with thi disetse. The milk in afrom this farm Was retailcd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lsq., Lansdowire. talih and Mlonmouth. Sir Cuneck hHoney, Larigiam Place, Londoe. T. 0. Stock. Esq., Lloe ds', Loidon, Henry Triemari, Littleover, Derby, BANKERerrS. The Union Bank of London. FOLIVIroIun Ili ers. Marten, Thomas and Hollhm3, Mincing Lane, Londou, . C. Subscribers-only content

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    snare and foal, best fitted for breeding hunters or hacks: lst prize, £4., Eggleston Thacker, Arubaston; 2nd, £2., John Pegge, Littleover. CLASS 19.-Pair of horses for agricultural purposes: lst prize, £3., William Wilkinss Weston-on-Trent; 2nd, £2., Francis Canlp, Etw'all; 3rd, Subscribers-only content

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    Belper' Chesterfield, Clay Cross, Clifton, Cubley; Derby, Al Saints; Derby, St. Ann's; Derby, St. Blichael's; Duffild, Elvaston, Findeun, Kirk Langley, Littleover, Long Eaton, Marston, Middleton, ~ilford, Pentrich, Ripley, Sawley; 8hirland, SouthNormanton, Stanley, Stanton, Swarkeston, Whittington, Wirksworth, West Hailam.-Salop: Little Drayton, Subscribers-only content

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    not tborough-bred, the first prize (given by Lord Chesterfield) was awvarded to a bay golding exhibited sy Mr. 3. Pegge, Littleover, and the second to the Earl Ie Hrrnto-5 whl i.GJ. Alitchell's chestnut, whioh won the third prize at Wolverhampton Subscribers-only content

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    inst., at Brighton, aged 25 years, Charles Mldarcer, elodet son ot Thomias BHrney. of Fdgbanson. CoosKE--0n the 30th ult., at Littleover, iear D)rbyh in the 77th yeur of his age. Joseph Rendal Cooke, late of Churo Bl-iclcilril, hI thids county, Subscribers-only content

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    that o-u the Sunday after the robbery the two men had a ponly anl trap at Birminghasm. and came to Littleover, nesr Derby, end having taicn the romoiey from where it was hiddaln, they returned to Ilirtninghnas, arriving there on Subscribers-only content

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    aed plsmhers. 1' RoumssosI, Ormastou Street, Derby, grorer. F. WooLHuoUSl, Littleover, near Derby, Nnd of Boandaqy Road, Derby, late of Ormaston Street, Derby, widow. A. L. WOOLesOUStE, residing at Littleover, near Derby, asdo Boundary Road, Derby, lately trading at Ormaston Subscribers-only content

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    scratch, 3. Time l2ssc.-Quarter mile handicap, twelve cotihystitors, run iii twvo heats: C. S. Johnstofie, scratch, 1 IV. A. Pegge, Littleover C.'., 20 yards, 2; W. ilfarloav, Castle 'Trore, 22 yards, 3. Trime 55see.-One mile handicaps, eight comnpetitsr;: G. itsd, Subscribers-only content

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    -iate.] LIQUIDATIONS BY ARRANGEMENTS, WL.LIAoM Gn(iAvES, 45, Hligh Street, Buxton, grocer and provision dealer. Teenomss Foaw, Littleover, Derby, fitter, coal dealer, and cowkeeper. Jojnu TuioMAS 1aRsT, Derrent Street, Derby, and now residing at Union Piece, City Road, Derby, tailor and Subscribers-only content

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    Liade Rnequiros sitintion. Hue geoil ap.l- E~i Hr, ijiohtt ruterunceLs. Seaside ecu objectien.-.A. B1,, 'A catre of Ir.Waltocn, Drrinigtocc Roid. Littleover, Derby. dM71 It AMA RItH-9itiatioii Wanted. Avse 23. Ueed to qijock counter. B Good referoecoes.-Addreee., D,117,_Daily Poet.. _0O0n0 It Subscribers-only content

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    1 detaciled district, the schoolroom hlaving bees lecilsed- e On Saturday afternoon he addressed meetingss at Nermani i ton and Littleover, Sir James Allport presiriding en beeb in occasions. Air. Wardle pointed to tie past history of tile id Liberal Subscribers-only content

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    wife of Sir James Allport, a director of the Midland Rlalway, and formerly general manager of that undertaking, died at Littleover, near Derby. She had been very ill for a long time past, and her death was not there- fore Subscribers-only content

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    the fish were sold on Saturday morning at 4d. per 100. A Derbyshire farmer of sseans, named James Goodwin, of Littleover, was on Friday sent to gaol for a month for a brutal assault oml his wife. A separation order, Subscribers-only content

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    would lend £12. if the security was good. The others were from *.-money lenders, and ono was addressed "sMrs. Wilson, Littleover, near Derby." The defendant, however, denied that she lived atthat addrcss. Witness read tho warrant over to the accused, Subscribers-only content

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    23 entries, 23 ran : It, 3ewiss, Walton (1CO yards), I; 11. Yate-, Longton (65 yards), 2 HN. A. Alsopp, Littleover 170 yards), 3.- Mr. T. S. IKcates orllciatedi as judge, Mr. W. Lorraine as stirter, and Mr. 11. Lunn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    March 19, at 2.45 p.m., at the Town Hall, c4 Stoke-upon-Trent. 0 FRAicis SiMs, lodging at Abbey Street, Derby, late Littleover, and previously Bow-man Road, Newtown, Derby, labourer, previously butcher. First meeting, I March 11, at noon, at the Official Subscribers-only content

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