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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    charge of having carried a greater number of passengers than he was entitled to do under the act. Police constable Roker, 95 N, stated that whilst on duty in the Kingsland road, about eight o'clock on the evening of Sunday Subscribers-only content

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    Malncliester, smollware manufacture,s-November 23, T. Deanls, Penny street, Blackburn, Latncaslilre drapor-November 28, J. 0. Holmes, Sunderland, altd Y. L. Matshall, Roker, Durham, timber merchant. . C tifaca'ec to bo g-retPnl(, unmless canse be shown to the Contrary on lre day Subscribers-only content

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    me a letter to take to Wyld's reading- rooms in Leicester square. I did not go by the name of Roker. I did not go as a spy. The commissioners ordered me to attend a public meeting there. I was Subscribers-only content

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    London bri ge.-W. Couche, Manchester, eeon. mise,ion ggent. [Sale, Worthington, and Sipmr rti Manchester.-J_ E. Wilki ... and Mary Marvel, Roker, Sunderland, Durham, innkeepers. [Yeung and Co, Sunderland. Dividends.-July 9, T. Hart, Charlotte street, Btackfi fars, hat manufectnrer -July 9. Subscribers-only content

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    Bourroughs, Liverpool, ironmonger-November 1, J. Hlwitrs.,, Newcastle ant'- Tyne, mathematical instrument maker Noverober IS, J. E. Wibhints atdl Stars: narvel, Roker, Sutherland, inm teepers-NoveLiber 16, J. IV. Hedlev, Suoil Slhields, Durham, plumber-November ib, A. Armstrong, SunrlaIdnod, Durham, irwnmtn'ger. Cteritiacaes to Subscribers-only content

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    her own particular way she may be considered what Mr. Samuel Weller would have called a first-rater, and what MAr. Roker would have styled "A L." It is at least presumable that there is a demand for such publications as Subscribers-only content

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    Non, end Dooker. CtAI1TALTav'eyrn, on toain thoroughfare; root redticedisy let-otffs" . r02afurutaii; geod lease. hi-earning £30.-Apply, Gilbert, ~ Sonl, and Roker, 102?, Colniore tow,. f1IMST-C"88S Tavern; splendid buolnevo Position; trking £18. X wkI:lroof, given. In-comning £25D.-Apisly, Gilbert, Son, osdl Hooker, Subscribers-only content

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    102, Colmora Row. ()UT-DIOOR License, in splenslid pacition, tnkissg £_14. week. Lean :0 1J2 yeare. In-coming z170.-Aplply, Gilbert, son. and Roker -Adi U)ETAIL Tavern Aehted. Lease 10yas Rent £26 cinml.ccna~~ RJ1 £350.-Apply, Gilbert, Son, and ane.102. C~lamors Row. A r'AVERN, Subscribers-only content

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    12 years'free lease. re- Price £145-Apply,_ GiLbertand Booker. CmOB.NERTavern, doing good trade: tied for ales. In-going £275. -Apply, Gilbert and Roker, Colmore Rove c29 iU TfMPOBRT I Ole-Licen ed with Vaults,occupying splendid -poi L r -I tion in in thoroughf Subscribers-only content

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    ballast, was caught by the gale on entering the harbour at Sunderland, and was driven aground between the North and Roker Piers. Her crew of twelve men and one passengei- were landed by means of the rocket apparatus. The vessel, Subscribers-only content

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    was proceeding to his residence at Roker Terrace, lie was attacked by three men between the foot of Dock Street, Monkwearmouth, and the wooden bridge near the North Dock, on the road to Roker, garotted, and robbed of 23. 12V. Subscribers-only content

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    me a letter to take to Wyld's reading rooms, in Leicester Square. I did not go by the name of Roker. I did not go as a spy. The Commissioners ordered me to attend a public meeting there. I was Subscribers-only content

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    ln' the sandwich Islands, the Xi~g'. named Alexande5r Giholiho amebauameha -IV.j is'dedclare tob twntyix esar ol~d,;j nd mrriedtoan Americanliidy M'ips' Roker., 'His Ison as the' title of. Prince of Ha"ei; ,his ' brother 'is'-' &Ueeralissio, 'and "his 'sister 'Prime, Minister? Subscribers-only content

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    ilt1 Agion Roa ati ~n~s eah;Soas,13,GratHampton street Jones, 22. Great Mister Street. Bilsfee Green; Butler. f?? Armore DayrlpMies parler. Daud*N, Roker; Grezt Brio, Butle' Oes: sosrtb, canting and Keateet Hoa'lorrms, Gould; Lorells. thltl WilftleaMo) Seyde' 'ramtoorik. Adams; Oldbusry, Tonge' 1 Subscribers-only content

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    S.bT. Brown-, 5 - -Mashe ~c.Jeninsn, nn., Ababra (Owmer), -Modooty (Mr Curulghas).an Peblosom- (tir. rodlo) also- ran,- Bettng:2 to agt Roker; I to spt- dodesty, and 4 to Igapt Llly-Peblosommad ply, folowd bIncognilta aud Lily. for mie whn Lly tok Subscribers-only content

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    compeiter Mnrhi calateat Fihaeer, Trwortabu - prizelat Ahe NtinaDog Show B-H~hl Fomrste I przcp au 1.ExhibitorCpanP W.~ 3.3 Rains on, Roker Mondricaamb. "LRoan." Age 1Iea and 4mouths,- Sexhbonpriz,£.Ehbt, -M r Rober V.Noe 1'taur wtforthbe Breedrr~ Whe ReisHe. "Grouse, SAIe 1g Subscribers-only content

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    nil atitempts to open. ~ttRGLARP.@t~dw-p' lthori~r Psi-in Street Boperr. and otber 28t PD- , y rt3.'At Sfe Gllolt Wclgs nnd Roker, Iihplernrlets failed to olenl. THESE FACTS AET BETtbIlRj THAN A THOUSAND. ASSERTIONS. 251 FEATHER AND FLOOK WAREHOUSE. ESsTAOL18UID 1821. Subscribers-only content

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    Pam-sons, 1S, East Reach, Taunt-en. " Floes." Age, 1 year and 11 suouths. -ltligltly corinsendecd: Exhibiter, Colonel J. J. AllIcon, Roker, Sunderlanmd. " Dtshess."~-Exhibitor and breeder, Mr. Henry Al. Elliott, BEmfietld, Belly Oak. "G s ." Age, 1year and 5 Subscribers-only content

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    was discovered at an early hour lying at the foot of a steep Cliff at the adjacent watering place of Roker. Turisbull, who was seventy years old, left his home the previous evening to visit his daughter at Whlt- burnl, Subscribers-only content

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    Ss. : Edwar. Heirs. 0i.: t~orge gvecllii: I~esSlpmtoltet 3:C ltrsr 1 .Prsa rb4s.: Jiseplo Slai~oegl 4g.: 3. Foredary, 4s.; John. Roker s,t Oil: W~lIjeur Golilagty, Is. 6d,, WF. Rheesv, 2S. 6i. Onibb Wi=he I'l i Is, LICENSED VICTUALLERS I Mr. Subscribers-only content

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