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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Int, Ply- - mouth. Attozrney,-l r. Bray, Tavistock. lV. Thorpe, Pocklington, Yorkshire, grocer, Feb. .2, March 4, S, at eleven, at the Star lnn, 'York. Attor- ney, Mr. Boulton, jun. Pocklington. Elizabeth Mitchell, Eseter, falie-r, Jan. 20, at one, Feb. Subscribers-only content

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    late Mr. John Hammond, of hthecbrithe, On 'Iuesday,-George, son of Robert Pnckle, Esq. of Camberweil, to lSra-Anni daughter of Jpseph Pocklington, Esq. of the same place. ' ' - - : i On the 6tih inst., Captain George Fitzroy, late Subscribers-only content

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    New Bond-st.milliners. [Allen & eo. Carlisle-sr. Soho. S. BouIsfield, Heaton Norris, Lancash. saddler. [Milne anld Co. Temple. T. K. Wilson, Pocklington, Yorksh. tanner. (Walmsley & Co. Chancery-lane. .1. Hardling, Nailsea, Sornevsetsh. baker. [White & Whitmore, Lincoln's-inn. W. Sswainson and T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of which he complained had been practised towards hid. On the mornin- of thi 7th of Octobpr, the constable of Pocklington summooned him to appear iefore Akr Denison, a justice of the peace, to answera charge of perjury. He complaintEd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Bishopsgate street Castezidieck, E., Mincing lane i Cheeswan, Richard, Minories Napier, Thomas, Whitefriars Clark, John, Crutcliedfriars Clark, Jotiss, Crutehedfrisrs Pocklington, Robert, Old Change Goland, W. C., Alders.gate street W Welsh, Charles, W hitefriars CITY OF LONDON. NAMES of PERSONS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the last. She was the mother of J. Williams, Esq. High Sheriff of Carnarvon in 1830. At Millington, near Pocklington, Mr Win. Rickel, yeoman, in his 94th year. He was followed to the "narrow house" by children, grandchildren, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the 77th Foot. 5ad Foot-Lieut. E. H. F. Pocklington, to be Capt. by pur- chase, vice Eccles, who retires; Ensign H. M. Brownrigg, to be Lieut. by parchase, vice Pocklington. 67th Foot-Capt. C. Ogle, from the half-pay of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pinner Pim, Henry, Castle court Planta, Right Hon. Joseph, Hill strert Plaskett, William, 14 Foley place Pl-kett, William, Lincoln's inn Pocklington, Rooert, Old change Podger. John, Greenford Pole, Prter, West Drayton Pollock, George, Esq., Bedfont Poole, Abraham, 39 Weymouth si. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    short horns in the kingdom: it was purchased of that gentleman, in 1836. by Mr Maxwell, of Everingham park. near Pocklington, in the same county, and only stalled for feeding in February last. It gained the first prize at the Subscribers-only content

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    shouting forth the slogan or war-cry of his race, which might hardly be expected to fit in with the tamer Pocklington festivities. However, there was no help for it. Mr Titmarsh could not affront The Mulligan; and so to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    These are reasonable questions, and Mr Titmarsh will be expected to answer them. No wonder Mrs Perkins's neighbours in the Pocklington quarter have been flurried ever since by their proximity to the reckless satirist. It appears that he has apartments, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lrtimpten Mortinier, Samiuel, 65 Grove terracc. B3rompton Mazoyer, Joseph, 15 and I6 Great hall, Hungerfordnmarkit Ordi, John, 81 Gr;rrecharch street Pocklington. Joscph Pain, 19 Newgate street Peoto, Samuel, 22 Newgete market Penny, George, Itrentford Pinder. tohn, Paddingtan Sheppard, Thomis, High Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the case of Mrs Perkins, and made traitorous use of his opportunities of observation when he lived in the Pocklington quarter, he now shows up the family of the Birches, and unsparingly describes the various young gentlemen whom he Subscribers-only content

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    things - pleasanter'than tlhis, at the' Christmas season or any other. Heretofore Mr Titmarsh has made ninasense 'of hisfriends in Pocklington and other squares, and now he has his laugh' against some of his friends in books, who are' quite Subscribers-only content

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    is vacated by his decease. ViCE-ADoomRAL, Sin CHARLEs RICHARDSON, K.C B., died on Sunday, at his seat, Painsthorpe hall, near Pocklington, Yorkshire. He was born in 1769, entered the navy November, 1789, and served afloat, mostly during the war, for Subscribers-only content

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    the same destination. Miss Fanny Kicklebury seems to have previously touched his heart at one of those eternal parties in Pocklington square, but his hopes of cultivating this little affair on his way Rhineward are dashed by the discovery of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ensign, by purchase, vice SitaftO, appointed to 25th Foot-l8th Foot: Hon. A. T. FitzMaurice to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Pocklington, ap- pointedto the 53rd Foot-21st Foot: Lieut. 1. T. Clark, from the 40th Foot, to be Lieut. vice Richards, Subscribers-only content

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    well, Notts, the wife of the Rev. F. S. Gawthern. of a daughter-Ott the 21st inst., at the Grammar School, Pocklington, the wife of thue Rev. F. J. Gruggen, of a son-On the 20th inst., at Goring, Oxon, the wife Subscribers-only content

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    A.PPherson.- 18h FLoott purial- S Hayman to be Capt, without purcisase. To be Lieutenants, witu bt Ersigns- Eesign G H Pocklington, vice Hayman. Ensign IV O'Brien Taylor. To be En without purchase-J R Wolseley, Gent, vice Pociliegtna.l19th Soot: Lient Et Subscribers-only content

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    street, stnek-broker-Jam. 2, J. N. Walker, Houndsditct, hardwareman-Jan. 5, J. Mlerchant, Queen square, Bristol, cooper- Jan. 23, J. S. Hodge, Pocklington, Yorkshiire, miller. Tuesday, December 16. 'War Dlepartmes nt, Pallmall, December 16.-12bh lte~imtent of Light Dragoons: Maejor Ge. Sir L. Subscribers-only content

 

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