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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Falcon square. T. Jones, Fetter lane, tavern-keeper. [Willianms, Gray's inn. N. H-arris, Shaftsbury, innkeeper. [Walker, Tincoln's inn fields. J. Burt, Northover, Somersetshire, miller. [Hlolme, New inn. F. Perryman, jun. Berwick st. carver and gilder. [Price, Adam st. Adelphi- H. Wells, Subscribers-only content

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    Burgin, and J. Bungin, Sheffield, weal- len.drapers-S. Biks 5& T. Birks, Barnsley Old Mill, Yorkshire, millers-W. Shorland & W. Francis, Northover, Somersetshire, surgeons-R. Hawker and J. Gardner, Dudbridge, Gloucester. shire, dyers-J. Birkinshaw & W. Shepherd, Netherton, Dur- ham, coal-owners-J. Davy, Subscribers-only content

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    issue we may draw attention to some points in the evidence. The first man who descried the bark was John Northover, stationed on the forecastle, and he states that he called out "a sail on the port bow," but George Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had been extradited at b r Boulogne, and would soon be charged at the same court. . A carpenter named Northover, sixteen years of age, C whilst bathing in the river Asker, at Bridport, on Friday, a got into delsp Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTINGNEWS. WINDSOR RACES. Y=TrsRsaAr.-Considering that so many followers of the national pastim~e are eiter away on the moorn or taking their annual holidays, there wais a %very ood attena~nce. The'weather, although dull at tme, ett fine while racing was Subscribers-only content

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    ,half a mile from home, where Hlaga-r dropped back, and Thornton took -second place, hut was nut able to catch Northover, who won by a length and a. half ; three lengths separated second anad third. qTremls I The CLUB Subscribers-only content

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    sceting at lchester last weekr. The first case, which was of alleged assault un)oss the Rev. Mis-. Maurice, rector of Northover, was dismissed, Thirteen mesn were thou Charged with riot. It wdas stated that the defondants hissed, hooted, gioaued, and Subscribers-only content

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    the best group of orchids intermixed with ferns. For the best cultivated gardens, the awards were as follow :-lst, Wim. Northover, Boothen, 173 points ; 2nd, Henry Evans, Stoke, 162 ; 3rd, Samuel Henshall, Hartshill, 151; 4th, Philip Colelough, Boothen, Subscribers-only content

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    Gibbs's Northover, by Shelmartin, dam by Lord Ronald, 5y, 1t.._._ ._0 . r .ner Mr. Dick's uolchester, 5y, lst.. -_ _ Owner 2 Bettig: 5 to 2 on Northover. Coloester made the running for half the journey, when Northover took Subscribers-only content

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    CH.RISTIAN POLICE ASSOCIATION. cir Flhe autumnal conferences of thle Christian Policemen's s'S Association, commenced on, Thursday evening, was re-n di, sowed yesterday morning, at the Friends' Meetinig House, tie h;ull Street. E ~arly, in the morning a prayer meeting, Subscribers-only content

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    Thaddeus, 6y Glenthorpe, 4v Cloister, 47 Ludlow, 4y Lord MIolynor, Sy Borgiley, 4y Loch Rosque, 4y Gladstone, 6y Gargoyle, a Northover, 5y Panjaub, a Crofter Boy. 4y Signal Shot, y Matjah, 4y I.Oer's Leap, 4v Suhnby, by _ - AERrv.rs. Subscribers-only content

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    WilsonI1 iMr. Gibbs's Northover, fly, 12st Sib.............. Owner 2 Sir. Cheney's Bonny Lad, 4y, 1let Sbb... .....Owner 3 Afterthought (M~r. Lewisi and Goldenwood (Mr. J. Perkins, jun.) also ran.-Betting Evens Richard Paws, 313 to B agst Northover, 7 to 1 Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS. *To the Editor of the Dagy Post.-Sir,-For the first time for some weeks the racing has 'been of an interesting character, the sport provided at. Sandown Park being the best seen this year. The fields were almost Subscribers-only content

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    2 Mr. Coats's Gon e Away, a, list lO1b _..... Owner 3 Northover (Mr. D. H. Gihh). Devil's Dyke (Lawrence), and Gamecock (M-vr. Moncur) also ran.-idetting: Evens~ Northover. 7 to 2 agst Reiver, and 5 to 1 agst any other. Subscribers-only content

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    5 to taget Dodhill, .2 to 1 agstNorthover, sad 3 to 1 agst Larrikin.-Larrikin and Northover made joint running until five furlongs from home, when Northover drew away, and won in a canter by four lengths. . I The ADnAXHIL Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS. BRIGHTON RACES.T YESTELrAYas-The promise given in the early Morning jB that a pleasant afternoon would be spent on the race S hill was not fulfilled, for shortly after meid-day a haze E began to gathner over the Subscribers-only content

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    the flat. Mr. Dick's Princess Harold, by King Harold, dens by Munden, Sy, 12st 1b ..................... Owner 1 Mr. Gibb's Northover, a, i3st...................Owner 2 rMr. Arthur's Larrikin, by, l2st 31b............ Owner 3 Camabalu (Mr. Craig) also ran.-Betting: 5 to 4 Subscribers-only content

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    hands were dismissed with a week's notice. On that evening he was called up by his foreman to see Mr. Northover, the head foreman. Mr. Nortbover asked him if he declined to do any more work, and he said "Yes, Subscribers-only content

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    the fiat. Mr. Dick's princess Harold, by King Harold, dam by Mandean by l 5st bi...................Mr. Craig 1 Mr ibbs Northover. a, l2st ?lh ......I....Owner 2 Betting: b to 2 on r-lnress Harold, who wentt on with a clear lead Subscribers-only content

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    1 agst~ MONTROSE HANDICAP . Catacol.........- 7 to 4 ages. EulraceneH HANDICAP. Horton ...........5 to 4 on LxvgzEcArLt PaATE .... Northover ..... 3 to I a~geSt LIVERPOOL AUTUMN M~EETING. 1 EYRcrUSs s-er Tma Lvrv.sroonstrfTuxK 0Cu-Lord Marmiont, IWorkingtorn, Houndaditch. Shamrock IL, Subscribers-only content

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