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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for, reaiy, it will be quiite as applicable to tire one offence as to the ctlier. Ilow ever, Johnson and Moorhouse were bailed out im- mediate!y; ved good bail was offered for me; but as I wvas very hot with Subscribers-only content

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    Smith, cottollutnalufacturer, ?sanchester; and'T. J;Y. Saunderson, a wealthy merchaut, .Ian- chester.-Thoemas Brooks, pattern-drawer, Stockport, proved the statements made by Mr. Moorhouse in his defence. NiKTR DAY. Ihe Pev. Rober Hinddmarsh, a disseiting minister, at Salford JoAr Robinson, a Manchester mierchant; Subscribers-only content

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    not vise with the tide. He ran to the gangway, and sew that shie hung upon the pilei. He informed Moorhouse, and begged the prisoners to be silent, as they were calling loudly for assistatice. There was sucil a tumult, Subscribers-only content

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    chymist. [Atkioson and Pilgrim, Church court, Lothbury. W. Wallace, Newcastle upon Tyne, chymist. [Williamson and Hill, Gray's ion. 3. Schofield, Moorhouse, Lancashire, woollelo manufacturer. [Hawkins & Co. New Boswell court, Lincoln's Ion. G. Blenkin and W. Shackleton, Kingston-upon Hull, merchants. Subscribers-only content

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    is, that a child is born bastard that would otherwise have been legitimate! Its spiritual affiliation is to the Rev. Moorhouse James, perpetual curate of Bedford, in Lancaster, and we hope the parents will name the child after him who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A ClERGYMAN OF THE CUURaon OF ENGRaNED FOR REFUSING To SOLEasNISE A MARRsAoE.-At the Liverpool Assizes on Wesdnesday, the Rev. Moorhouse James, officiating minister of St Thomas, at Leigh, was indicted for having refused to solemnise a marriage between H. Subscribers-only content

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    the case of the Queen v. the Rev. Moorhouse James, for refusing to marry two persons, was referred for a final decision, when the formner conviction was quashed, the case having failed in showing that the clergyman had acted con- Subscribers-only content

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    street, City, merchant-Oct 1, J A Axtell, W R Knights and W Ax- tell, White's grounds, Bermondsey, tanners-Sept 28, J Moorhouse, jun., Dobroyd mills, New mill, Haddersfield, Yorkshire, woollen cloth manufacturer and merchant-Oct 12, J Hodge, Helston, Cornwall, silver- smith-Oct Subscribers-only content

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    [Wthitvorth, Alanchester.-'r S Dalton, II Dalton, and *V Heap, Man- chester, calico printers. [Higsoon and Robinson, Cross street, Manchester. -G Moorhouse, T Mioorhotuse, W Meorhoose, and X Moorhous, Barley anel dBertlen tmills, Burnley, Laiicuishire, cotton manafacturers. [Higsoas anti laobinsoet, Cross Subscribers-only content

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    and Street won by barely a yard. Timen 25sec.--Mile flat handicap: J. Moorhouse (70 yards), 1; W. H. Warrilow (45 yards), 2 ; H. Mewis (45 yards), 3. Moorhouse assumed thelead when nearly a quarter of a mile from home, Subscribers-only content

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    D-avenport. bsotton, and Gee. Hearne. Yorkshire : Lord l-awke, Hall, U Iy tt, Lece, Peel, Preston, Middlebresek, W~ade- Wa usnwrsight, Moorhouse, and D. fluntes. MATCHE]S FO)' 'J'U15 DAY. .AT Ocru-en.r.-'L!r Faiversity v.isle ii a.rlisesn (conutinued)- Ar CA.MIWUi.Ofl.-TSeS lUniversity v. Eniloid Subscribers-only content

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    ACning, dressing rooms, fiven bed roo ms. bath. dressing. rooms. rangwe, hot water on sink; wsllcd'ln -atlen,`every coneenience.- J. . Moorhouse, Contractor, Westminse Road, Eirchfield. c1923 STON.-Freehrold cornier front ProPurtY; part shopi main road. A£.Rent:676. Primol.O0atAddress,345, aily~ost. c6215 ,~ TT.ACTVE Subscribers-only content

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    Msordaunt............ ......... ---- 15 Wainwright b Woods.......... ... 23 - Hunter (D.) c Foley b Woods ........ . ---- 0 Moorhouse cHats b Moirdeant---------...... - 20 Preston b Merdaimat-----------------.......- 0 Wade not out--------------------.......- 29 Isi~dslebcookL 16v 6 Woods .... . Subscribers-only content

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    23 c substitute C Woods 0 Wade notout ................... 2 9 rninout ............ 16 3EHntesr(D.) ceroleytbWoods .... 0 b Ford............221 Moorhouse c Bale b Mordaunt .... 20 a Butler b De Little..- 12 Preston b Mordant ... ..... 0 c Subscribers-only content

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    . _ . . . . .-_. ... 12 Peel not out . ...................... 145 Wainwright b warren................... ... 14 Moorhouse b tylott .................. . 12 Wade c Marshall b Rylott . . 2 Hunter b Eylott.............0.................. Whitehead b A.rnal Subscribers-only content

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    wickets 4 hours and 10 minutes, His chief hits were four 4's, four 3's, and twelve 2's. (233--7-77). Hunter joined Moorhouse, hut the first ball of Oresswe~ll's next over disposed of the latter-S8 for 234. Whitehead was cordially greeted by Subscribers-only content

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    the off side by Moorhouse, was fairly good. Hall reached his 50 when the total was 196, having been at the wickets nearly three hours. 58 runs were added for the sixth wicket before (at 21q) "Moorhouse was thrown Iout Subscribers-only content

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    time 66 -were obtained from fourteen avers, Wninwright played fine dashing cricket, but the more attractive inmings was that of Moorhouse. The former, who was in for si-xty-five minutes, bit six 4's and six 2's, end eMoorbouse's innings, which lasted Subscribers-only content

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    ................11 en W. W. F. Pollen c Wainwrighit bPreston- -3... 7 Painter is Middlebsrook ...........r ........ 10 F. Townsend t Moorhouse b Midero ....0 EL Hale is Whiiehead----------------------4.. M at HL V. Page bs Whitehead......................114 rt, J. A.Bush bWhitehead-..-....-..-------0_ anRoberts Subscribers-only content

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    c and b Painter ...... 14 Wade G Bush b Boberts .......... 11 c Brain b E AL Grace 21 Moorhouse GW. G.GracebRoberts 7 bHale .......... 7 Whitehead b Roberts ............10 not ont ...... 16 Hunter not out .................. 11 Subscribers-only content

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