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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    up to June 1 : 'at ptlze, £23., Mr. George William Crump, Woolershill, Perebore ; 2nd, £22., Mr. Benjamin Presser, Offerton, H1indlip, bred by Mr. Hum. phries, Andoveosford, aged 4 7ears,-For the five best theaves : 1st Prize, £3., Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    with our notions of dramatic decency. On Tneiday a fire broke out in the stack yard of Mr. Pringle. farmer, Offerton, near Sunderland, resulting in the d estruccion of eighteen corn stacks, worth £2,000. The fire Is the work ef Subscribers-only content

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    Richard Tanner, Frodesley, Dorrington Salop, Lady MIlton, 4 ye rs1month 3 weeks 2 days old; 2ad, £4, Mr. BDnjamin Prosser, Offerton Viarm, Hindlip, near Worcester, 4 years old., Class 9.-Two;year-old Helfers In milk or in calf.- let, £8., Ur. Richard Subscribers-only content

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    confirmation! at Hindlip; the Burton Habitatiorn of the Primrose League , Mr. aiid Arsi' Allen (Cnmminis), Mr, and Mfrs.' Gerrard (Offerton), the Mayor of Wr'romestr (with heaiftfelt sorrow), Christopher and Mary Chouler, Mr. anid MAr. .Tames, Ir. Stanley and UiBss Subscribers-only content

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    cyst Mr. Cunningham's Carmel B Foes -Messrs. Stoery and Mortion's :doggis Morton cyst Mr. Mall's Loyal Rose lhl. Mr. Scott's Offerton asys 'Mr. Bolsoen no Miaggie Howard fur. Glsdstone's Go to Sleep ayst Mr. Mason's Mother Country Mr. Smith's Skyrckekt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Armstrong's Lady IdOgilvie -.Soe n IMr. Hall's Royal Rose III. teat Mmeos Soe n Morton'st Meggie Morton Mir. Scott's Offerton beart Mr. Boiston on Maggie Howard Mr. Gladstone's Go to Sleep beat Mr. Mason's Mother Country Mr. Smith's Skyrocket Subscribers-only content

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    Oszs, for 62 Bitch Puppies, at £4. its. each. - r. Flowering Fern it Hannah I Royal Bose IIL. bt Offerton Hollidav Black Agnes IL. ht Go to Sleep Miss Dean ht Vesper Il. 1 (1) Lady Moscrop bt Barriet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rabi. The prize- winners in swedes are Sir C. F. Smythe (who also takes two cups); -Mr. G. Gerrard, of Offerton ; and Mr. A. Potter, of Lei'h Court. In common turnips the repre- Isntatives of the late Mr. A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rlcss. Mir. Toone, at 23gs., earried off Blyth," a roan tow six- ana-a-half years old, shown by Mr. G. Gerrard, Offerton Farm, Worcester. th- winner or the reser-e honour: and at the same figure Mri. Bateman secured "Young Marchioness," a Subscribers-only content

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    (Gloucestershire, sold ";Musician the Third" . to 'Mr. Barber for 3Kg-. "'Defender the 2nd," bred by Mr. G. Geriard, of Offerton Farm, Worcester, was sold to AMr. Young for 25gs. "Victory 2nd " (commended), shown and bred by Mr. H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lyppard Grange Farrn, leaving Warudon, Wood on the left into Coneberry. They hunted him through this wood and out at Offerton End, turning to the leftover the Crowle and Pershomr Road, .leavingWarudon Church on the left, intoe Tolladine. They then Subscribers-only content

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    bW a% sharp ittiittimfit. Botdim's statmutws to the s&ct that hewas driiing hbone froam Matple in hiseast. and, when at Offerton two men wised out frbm the lide of the road and sprng upon the cart. They demanded has money, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr wilson's c by Trent6ni-Polly'Eoolds a 10 Mr E Csrlton's Dandolo.. ..... F ~Leader - 0 8 10 Lord Durham'e Offerton ...........Riokaby~ 0 8 10 Mr J jlarnmond's Lea. and PePrrin ......C Wood` 0 8 10 Sir -TIKelk's Orbel .........O........- Subscribers-only content

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    ....... ..San 3 9 0 Mr A Baltaztni's c by Hawk-stone- A Life's !Mistake_.................... TLoates 0, 9 0 Lod Do;rhaih's Offerton .R. Bickaby 0 9 0 Ar C Trimmer's o by' Hopbine-Filepa K LCannon 0 8 11 Mr J Wallace's Subscribers-only content

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    Admiral Drake 4 610 Victoria May ........4 7 91 Baden . ......... : __,46 9 OFFICIAL SCRATCHINGS. Ascot SEngge-menta.-Novi, M~ordi, Offerton, Witch Easel. M1errirnac, Martinean, Ms~rdonus, Loyal Greet- in~g,. Overbery, Sberburn, and iAliwal. All Engageenos inl Captainl J. G. R. Subscribers-only content

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    G.'l- I veston, out of all handicaps for which the weights uave appeared. June 6, at 9 n.sm, Nov, Mardi Offerton, Witch Hazel, Merrimac,Martineau, Mardonics, Lendal Greet- ing, Overbury, Sherburn, and ALiwaL out of Amcot S engagements; Sherburn, out of Subscribers-only content

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    . 'b. T.Y.C. (five furlongs, Etrsight). a9 0 Mr B Prior's LaSoan ,........... .......3 Chandler a E 7 Lord Durham's Offerton ................. P Peck 9 saS 4 Mr D Cooper's f by Scotland-Creoa Laid. .Swainstorte S a8 4 Mr W Subscribers-only content

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    to B any other offered. Laffan out nut the work from Barbara Frietlobie and Offerton, with Itoh's ba'il and Turin next, to the half- distance, when Offerton assumed the lead, bout was passed by Turin, -who woo by tao lengths Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grosvenor street, Commercial road, Step- ney, rope makers S. Ramsnay, T. Nesbiltt, R. Walker, J. Laidlaw, &d R. Robin. son, Offerton Hugh, ship builders; so far as regards R. Robertson G., W., A,,and.D.Wheatcroft, Blrmingham & other places, common carriers ; Subscribers-only content

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    that town. After hd a voyage of twenty minutes, the party made a safe descent e in a field at Offerton, in Cheshire. in, sr; The car of the Royal Nassau balloon has seats ge for ten persons. o Mr. Subscribers-only content

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