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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At- traiese, Nfessrs. Morlon atid Williamson, Gray's-inni. 1. Nleoluahl, Birmiiiniam, merchant. Attorniss, Messrs. Clarke, Richards, and Medcalf, Chancery-lane. 1.t Swindivll, Romiley, Cheshire, dealer. Attorney, Mr. Tyler, ,uip-enn,,,l ,'erniple. J 'llsrrriw, louitiijreen, Yorksltire, clothier. Attorney, Mr. its, Chauioeernlane. J. i3euino it,,, Subscribers-only content

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    containing Is.. 3Rc liii. Uw'13~- F'1edM`BL~ LANWD. W.. 189, on plan, called tbe "Big Innage. fronting the public highway from Romiley B Jllto St. Kenelns, in tho occupation of John Haden, adjolulng, Lands of Lord Lyttelton and Kr. Richard. Cbooes; Subscribers-only content

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    am Lis embittered] against her, ho felt immediately after the tI letter hail been dropped into the box at the Romiley post. n el office, that it was not discrect' on his part to write so el or strosigly as Subscribers-only content

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    John SmitE, yarn agent, of Romiley, who suddenly disappeared from his home and business about four months ago, was found oi Saturday afternoon in an outbuilding near to Heald Wood House, his residence, at Romiley. He was noticed lying in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    serme probability of the Midland Railway Company pro.jt- ing, a line from a spot between Blugsworth and 'New MNlills to Romiley, and the London end North-Western one from their Buxton and Manchester main line through Coombs to Buxton. On the Subscribers-only content

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    for assaulting Charles Maddocks, a gamekeeper in the employ of Mr. Richard Anderton, Fresbfield. Mr. Arthur Pass, hotel proprietor, of Romiley, neg Stockcport, has sustained a sad accident while partridge. shooting near Audlem, Cheshire. One of the party fired at Subscribers-only content

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    Thomas Taylor. Esq., Wigan. Win. Garnett, Esuq., Messms Gannett and Horotall, Clitberoe. Thomas Thsmasson, Eso., Bolton. William Horat all, Eosq., Romiley and Manchester. J7ohn Stuart, Esq., Manchester. Edward Hilton, Eoq., Manchester. Alfred Lyon, BEss., Messrs..Edwar-d Lyon and Bros., lilanclicster. B. Subscribers-only content

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    Taylor. Req., W~igan. t Wmn. Garnett, Esl., Messrs. Gamnett and Horsfall, Clltheroo. Thomas Thoma.sson, Esn., Bolton. Willlam Eorsfall . Esei., Romiley and Mlanchester. P John Stuart, Ese., Manchester. o: ldward Hl ton, MEs., Manchester. Alfred Lyon, Esq., Messrs. Edward LYon Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTBE, Frdav, May 20, | B BANKRUP.TS. Notiee of Adjudications aud Firsb Meeting of Creditors. D. To Surrender at the Bankrupta' Court, London. R. Jnsey, Loudon-road, Southwark, beer retailsr, Jaa7, at 13 J. aiton, lte ot John-street. Lambs Subscribers-only content

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    not yet let, but the con'- pany will shortly be in a pitjoitl to rucelve tenders for their construction. The Romiley curve is now finished and open for traffic. The constructiosi of the Manctheeter Central Station hls I not yet Subscribers-only content

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    1 nimmilsigt, and wats received with chacis sutch as slihs- d uf that he only received instructions to go to Romiley three o r.nmoliutes before he caniasaay with the train! IThe train left d tRoosiley at 12.20 a.mi., reachring Ardwvick Subscribers-only content

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    repudiated. It was stated yesterday tliat on the date of the second letter, which purported to have been sent from Romiley, Powell was working at Birkenhcad; but that statement, for which Fowell is not responsible, was incorrect. lie was working Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMPERIAL PAJRLIA)MENT. (FROMr Oup Ow? BMPORTEHS.) HOUSE OF LORDS, TqUESDAY. t The Lorm CLAUNCELLOR took his seat on the woolsack shortly after four o'clock. i Lord BRAMWILL presented a petition from the Law Societyjin favour of annulling the new Subscribers-only content

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    away. 2 On Wednesday night William Thomas Dawson. aged 21 years, whilst crossing the river Goyt, between Coonm- stall and Romiley, with an empty cart and horse, was swept off, and neither he nor the horse and cart had been Subscribers-only content

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    fanily. References requie . , iddleton-creseent. ewabsury-rca, Leeds . 0OT1M e(singln-haded) wanted, atonee. Apply, etatingwages, z" &etr. tc &5 Les, Romiley, Chehim F aNTED, Gr i 1 and GAR. ENEL Apply IL Payne, M.D., W Newhblliall. Rotlearbun- zsemeofit 'ertant% Mint Subscribers-only content

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    $alcds La ~ZutifofL. ______ ~rr~e& EF±'L .i'i ONY ORDER of SALE'p o r0.Th G C at June Cangeca'.a. I (XRtRItAGES NI. -:,. tA't of all kindare!:b, nei.!1,In'hjIlnyOfG Whtull coe to be A'"'L 't.IT0 ST'olrrINO and otherrolt "3 fluleld :."''I Subscribers-only content

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    Lever, 4.... a M. Clayton. Blackpool, 4 . 21 '. Taylor Atherton, S ..... 20 Rhodes, iiddleton. ...... 21 Bsneon. Romiley. 4 . . 13' .Flecher. Blackpool.4 . 21 Downs. Nindlev,4 ............s. 0 Heywood, Ashton, 4. 21 Turner, Heywooc, 4 Subscribers-only content

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    for- .f ward to next account, o The Midland Railway Company announce for the 7st April the opening of the Romiley and Stockport branch, described as forming a new route between Liverpool and London (St. Parcras), LeiesAter, Not- tinghasm, Derby, Subscribers-only content

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    to. All Ojders will be pron~tly attended to.-Execu- tors gf the late John Whintaker &c Sons, Qf Port Jackson Mills, Romiley and Woodley Mills, Wood. ley, both in the County of Chester; and of Black. ley, in the Countyof Lancashire, Subscribers-only content

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    will be promptly attended to.-Execu- Lt tors of the late John Whittaker & Sons, of Port . 1 Jackson Mills, Romiley and Woodley Mills, Wood. rr ley, both in the County of Chester; and of Black- St Icy, in the Subscribers-only content

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