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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the late Ferdinand Anmonio Echala, of St Catbort5:e Wimbledon, to Mary Elimbheth (Lily) Astn, only dauhi. o John Aston, of Pillaton, Penkridge, Staffordslhire Gosaclsc-l'stzsT.-On the 5th last, at Edlghanaron Parish Chu-r Ihy the RevV.Ctreasasel 8trn.ge, H. AL, and the Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCOUNTES to the becrel ary, on fore Ux8DwY,the 17th instant in order that they may I 0 examined and disaharged, Pillaton, May a, 1870. 212 uAUTION TO PUCHBASER8 OF STEEL PENn. I OSEPH GILLOTT Pen Maker to the QueeD, having Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : William Macsfen, Norton Canes; anrd IV. Neville, Norton Ctnes.-Ponlkridge and Kinvaston : George Bowker. Keeling, Congreave; Edward T. Cbell, Pillaton; end Thomas Atkins, Drayton.-Saredon : Jolla Chamberlain, Great Saredon.--Shareshill and Feather- stone: William Chamberlain. Shareshill.-Stretton : John Cotton, Shretton.-zTeddeslsy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Samuel Love- rid go, Shfnal, Pioughing, &ec.: Samuel Clifft, Ford Houses, and Samuel Dodd, Stateord. Roots : J. Aston, Pillaton, and ni. G}. Arblaster, Mansfey. Thbere were some very useful animals in the class for hulls under three years, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Mr. B. Gilpin (Cannock). Plough- -ing and thatching: Mr. A. Burnett (Burton-on-Trean) and Mr. S. Dodd (Stafford). Roots: Mr. J. R. Briggs (PerI-ridge) and Mr. E. T. Chell (Pillaton). The dinner i took place in the evening. I - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Frank Ma%1ce, Frederick Reeves, Atu rtn n Samuel Walt, wer charged with being drunk and riotus n te hghta'Y at Pillaton on sunday, the 18th rtult On-T he eiidegeo Pllee-constable Thorpe and tulthe lik the dr~nc tk efst enat wepfr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (b b) 'aged' 10st lbib, . Bums Enain 2 Mr. Littler's Fe'man, 6 yrs, lOst 41b . ...igglns Mr. Holman's Pillaton, 4 yir, 9st.....' . G S, D'Smith '4 Mr. J. Davies's Gaylad,.agedi 1lst 71b!.' Sly~jun. 0 Mr. Oliver's Nonsoch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S 10 0 Nicholas .4 9 Stamford ... ., , 610 0 Lady-in-Waiting 6 9 0 Timotheus..........a a 9 10 Pillaton ............... - , 4 9 0 Ros a ........ .. a 910 Parchment .........a 9 0 Sailor ..... . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gurney . , 10 12 Parchment ....9 5 Garland .....,,. .... 10 10 Nicholas ......................... 93 Nonsuch ......,..... ..,.10 4 Pillaton ............... a .....93 General Evans . 10 0 Frank ... .................... 0 Freedom ....... . . 10 0 Royalty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9 5. Kate (h b) .................. 6 813 Claverhouse ........... 6 96 5aodboy ................ 4 8 9 ally .......6 5 Pillaton.......... 6 8 7 A SELLING HoRDLE BAcB of 25 sova, added to a Sweepstakes of 5 Bove eoch; three Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Smith's Beech Nut, 6 yre, 9st 51b-.................W. White 2 Mr. J. Macuin's Freedom, aged, lost-...................Brooks 3 Mr. W. Barnett's Pillaton, Sjars, Sot 7th (carried Sot 91b)-....B. James 4 Mr. T. Dixon's gr g Star of the West (h b), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Goldhill,4 yrs Cotton Lord Sbylock (late Break-o'- Longford, 6 yrs Soamp (l b), 3 yrs Day Boy) Glautias, 4 yrs Pillaton The Don Eviogton Lass, aged Ton Gurney, aged Scrimmage (late Lord Comet, 5 yrs Banjo John), 6 yrs I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (late Lord The Don...,,,,,,. 10 7 John)...,,,,,,,,,,,.a 11 2 Susseex ............. 6 10... fl 6 Longford ...........,,,,, 6 11 2 Pillaton ................. ...6 10 6 Evington Lass, ,, ,. a,,, a 11 2 Glautius r...4 10 6 Columbine ........,...... a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tze second anti third, the fourth "'as closeup with the third. Tine Fox Iell at the brook, and Nicholas and Pillaton fell on descandingt the 1ill the first time round. Tcddesley and the Coloncl did aot pass the post. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6 Moses. .... a 99 Miss Harlkaway .. 5 10 4 Englemere.. 4 96 Woodycites ... .,,,, a 9 12 Pillaton. .. a 9 0 A HANP1CA P'LAT3S of 40 seos; for all ages; the winncr to be sold lor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    94 6 ca Mlalmesbury ..........,., . a 1O 2 Royalty .... ......a 9 4 en Mines ........... a 10 O Pillaton . .. . 4 3 ut Stamferd .............a1 0) TheCi aa.........4 9 2 Bel'sye.....nut, ....5 10 IS D|,noga.ro.n.s...........6 9 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    townships, and estra-paroelial or other places following, or some of them ,(that is to say), Caiengton, St. Dominick, St. Mellion, Pillaton, ,Landulph, Botusfieming, Saint Stepheuseby-Saltaeh, and Saltash, or some of them, all In the connty of Cornwall. And it is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s «-. Norfolk. Rev * S fflt te* to _ ftl n low V ' Can»hridge. | "»■»■_« White, to Pillaton R., CornwalL I T-^ffS* L p° Bl o CiPY - J^ n^ 27th j ™e, at Graham's 1 Town' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the sth inst., at Clif- ton-villa, Richmond-hill, Clifton, in his 82nd year, the Rev. John Steele, Incumbent of Christ Church, Mac- clesfield. - On the Bth inßt., at Pillaton Rectory, St. Mellion, Cornwall, aged 38, the Rev. John E. White. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ■^^ a T -l"' c ,nera l Quarter ns«* 11^ •% Sessions of the Peace of kirit *** ll LosTWttirllEL, i^'^iftheS.ldCo... he sixteenth ff* ft, ,„ the fifiy-fimi ■ ~^^ Wi ol r Sovereign Loid Gr.oßGk fiiii " l Subscribers-only content

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