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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were pre- sented to him.-Tho following were appointed on the annual committee :-The president, the ex-president, the Rev. 1Y. Cocker (Ranmoor Collage), the Rev. J. Medieraft (Mlanchester), theRev. W. Longbottom(Hanley), the Rev. J. F. Goodall (Manchester), Messrs. L. Lildley (Nottingham), Subscribers-only content

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    ClOACiMLk'AN or Groom and Coachimaru-Situatlon Wanted; s single: 27: oie years pr-sent employment: good character.- _ Address, W. Golder, Riverdaleo, .Ranmoor, Shelield. cSg7_ Cs DOOK Disengaged, thoroceghly experienced baking and dairy. Good refcrees.-Addross, Fiustall, Stud Farm, Broms- grove. n0115_ C Subscribers-only content

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    up the school, anti remove to Ranmoor, near Sheffield. Defendant expressed the greatest sympathy with her, and to her and her sister he said whatever happened he would be their friend; but from Ranmoor sho wrote him frequently, without gaining Subscribers-only content

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    Sir LawrencePalk) et- Icas assumed a serious character. is. The Rev. 1B, 11, Chafiner, 1).D., vicar of St. John's, a Ranmoor, died ol Wednesday, at the age of fifty-fiveo at The directors of the Sheffiehl Gas Company recom- 031 mend Subscribers-only content

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    of or con- nexional sucerintendence over the Afctodteilt Etveanegfis.- During the transaction of business connected with the Theological College at Ranmoor, the conference passed a resolution deeply lamcenting the death of the Rev. T. Addyman, the colleze secretary; recording its Subscribers-only content

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    H. Tildeeley, Wiilenbail-constrtc- L tion of vermin - traps and other animal - traps P' October 25, 1887. Charles Davy, Ranmoor, Sheffield 1. -overhead travelling cranes; October 25, 137. P William B. Ihne, Liverpool-ladders; October 27, 1887. ; Louis Beets, Subscribers-only content

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    the library of Congress. STsTRstaTC CRUELTY TO A PkGE Boy.-At Sheffield yesterday Mr. and Mrs. P. 'G. Pcnhin, Rohaleyn Lodge, Ranmoor, and Bodinant Hall, Denbighshire, were found guilty of illtreating a page in their employ, named ilkcinson, and fined, including Subscribers-only content

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    brasework, in the form'of a lectern, which is to be givea I h' Mrs.: Firth to St. Job a's Church, Ranmoor, Shegfield. t The structure stands about 6f s. high to the centre of the reading slope, and weighs about Subscribers-only content

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    i 'hesterSreld Steepleohase.-SsTnca F Fitaw; lLi am Hurdle. -DIAsRnDw. % Rotherhiani Sibeeplecbase.-Tn'Us. S tcciesfield Hnurdle.-TiBasLUIsG LaD. 4 Holmes Steeplebhase.-STORNOrArY. P Ranmoor Steeplechbase.-Sao=rrssAD. 5 , I OFFICMAL SCRACHE)iGS. Hll Efandicaps at Cbester.-Eg-inont.and Galvesion. Chester Eagagements.-Easthorpe, all Mr. L. Roth- aschild's honses Subscribers-only content

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    the able report of the Rev. "A. Ice Mills, secretary of the College Committee. The college, cYard which is at Ranmoor, Sheffield, is not yet completed, but n in is in a forward state. The Rev. S. Hulme and the Subscribers-only content

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    of young a ministers on probation, and of a young man recommended as a student to the New College, at Ranmoor, Sheffield. The examination was conducted by the chairman, and was I highly satisfactory. At the close of the meeting Subscribers-only content

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    tenanth Sfwhchveral amoteageland oarden inteoepto fMessrs. Powell Pattonlsliaton, Ee Huteperson.t hoh srod othrsasyealytennt; ad bonto-taindeahafarasom Wood. Valuable Freehold Estates near Ranmoor and Stumperloxe, in Uppa Ha~llni, in the parish of Sheffield. By Meesre. W. H. and J. EADTIC at thoir Subscribers-only content

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    about to erect and endow, at a cost of £20,000, twenty-four almishouses on a piece of land at Hanging Water, Ranmoor, opposite the end of a new road that has been cut through Endeliffe Wood. The designs are being prepared Subscribers-only content

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    Firtlh has resolved to erect and endow tbicty-six alnishouses, on a site of two acres of land at Hangiug Water, Ranmoor, for the accommodation of twetlly-four single persons, either men or women, and twelve married couples. The cost of the Subscribers-only content

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    corner stone of the new almshouses erected and endowed by Mr. Mark Firtb, s the Master Cutler, at Hanging Water, Ranmoor, at a coat d of £326,000, took place yesterday, and the etone was laid d by the Earl of Subscribers-only content

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    the oorner stone of the new almnhouses erected and endowed by Mr. Mark Firth, the Meeter Cutler, at HanginR Water. Ranmoor, at a cost of £26,000, took place yeaterday: and the stone was laid by the Earl of Shafesbury. There Subscribers-only content

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    9s. 2d. per ton of dross. COAL NEAR RAlSOOR.-The VSic/iqrd Independcor states that on Friday in sinking for coal near Ranmoor, Sheffield, a very superior bed of what appears to be cuanel coal was discovered three feet eight inches in Subscribers-only content

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    raise the £50,000, and the results of his efforts. Mr. John N. Mappin had promised to build a church at Ranmoor, and a scood church, about which he was not at present com- petent to -speak, had been promised. He Subscribers-only content

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    -o tt), James C. M'aits, '.ttos, Hill. Shriteld (West), Thomam Radar, Joseph Coultas; Johiri Flather enid hienjamia 'Turnock moonr. nruneraries. 'Ranmoor (lelltos, Win. h]ooker, D.D., Prinp Jas.l e Etarey, DD., Classical Toiter. Barusley, Cleaeset Linley, H~enry Hope. Olay Cross, Abrahamn Subscribers-only content

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    IGENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. a R~~~~~~~~~~~II ,(RuoTsr'O. T=Gumv.) tl FRANCE. a I THE ANARCHIST DEMONSTRATIONS. a I PAsIS, Saturday.-The ll ptnbique Iranvaise to-day tl I dbelares that a considerable number of Monarchists took tl part in the workmen's demonstration yesterday, Subscribers-only content

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