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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dealer. ISwan, Staple inn. J. BTooks, Norwicn, leather merchant. [Clarke & Metcalf, Lii)coln's inn fields. 3. Green, Smithfield, Bhinoiighani, shopkeeper, (Sculthorpe, Cray's inn. T. E. Wall, Stroud, Gloucestershire, coal dealer. [King & Son, Serjeant's inn, Fleet st. W. C. Jennings. Subscribers-only content

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    Lincoln'sinn Sds. i. Sparrnw, Sbutt end, Staffordobire, seedsman. [Rickards & Walker, Liooln', inn fields. H. WV. Rollason, Birmingham, glass manufacturer. [Sculthorpe, Gray's inn. Friday, Vovember i7. INSoLVENTs.-E. Norris, Manchester, cotton spinner. S. Anderson, Old Broad street, merchant. 16 BANKRtUPTS. B. Subscribers-only content

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    Price, Belle Sauvage Hotel, inrkeeper. [Brisley, Pancras lane, City. J. Gardner, Nottingham, baker. [Coope, Nottingham. A. Smith, Leicester, worsted spinner. [Sculthorpe, Leicester. Saraot Boisrttcg, Pendleton, plumber. [Abbott, Charlotte street, Bedford square. J. Newman, Frampton Cotterell, Gloucestershire, carpenter. [Nash, Bristol. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    disgraceful to kill, or attempt to kill, a foreigner. Offenders will suffer a degrading execution. DEATH.-On the 2ad inst., at Sculthorpe Rectory, Norfolk, BERTRAx TJnsODORs, the only child of Rey. HERBErT W. JONES and hirs HExrBT JONEs, sged six years. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The ceremony is 5sCed for May 1. The death is announced of the Rev. HerTeTrt W01 ham Jones, rector of Sculthorpe, Norfolk, and heortar canon of Norwich Cathedral, in the sixty-tnird yea of his age. Dr. Morgan, Professor of -Medicine Subscribers-only content

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    Arkv Hnght, 1. <. ilr i'ictll anrd Mtr Wtlitocn VIlsa toS Trut .eesi, t;Osw '.'sraai auy -Alt I'c ar I.. Sculthorpe, a- yearly Thi Bat-act' ohfer. eliatil ls Slier for V'At a, and is dastant 2shoot onwe- to ale ft:rw Subscribers-only content

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    same nianner, and refused to give a proper ticket. Inspector Squires was informed, and he procured defendant's name and address.--Janies Sculthorpe, a clerk esmployed ini tho office of Mr. Sutton, said lie saw defendant 'at Aston Station on the day Subscribers-only content

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    Brierley; 2nd, Mr. T; Mason, Carus, Lancaster; 3rd, Mr. Wir. Perrin, Nartwicb. Class 104.-GASShi. Pullets: let, Mr. H. E. Martin, Sculthorpe; 2nd, Mr. S. Matthew ; 3rd, Mr. NV. Perrin 4tb, Mr. 'T. Mason; 5th, Mr. J. Cock. Class 105.-GAME, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C). 15, Danily (d1 ttOM.-lWartod. Mariried Morle muot be ohle to mIlk a cow. ".3 1 itiil miLs~t gardener.-Aptly, lDr. Sculthorpe. 22. Lichliteldl St golPi, ~ 'h _____eil (1 ItV tiE otI ('tJ~'bel(0d--VaiO4:tei at Situation. Can be highl f veoie,(attetded. Subscribers-only content

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    as (bore. Tire yeirn' reference from lost situation.- Add~reni, At. Halt,_SIIbley,_Atlherwotc. l I OUJSEiSTIID 100011) Wanted: medical mane fanuily.-Illri. ik Sculthorpe, Liehliield S1trcet. Tanlsvorch. C9Y/I IFJOU8SE('OATI) Wanted; nos~ewtsork requIred ( no aunitin; - i(0i~t011( 9bloi,-Wilres3, stating (11( 0.11d wager, M~rs. Subscribers-only content

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    was a capital race, and Warwick Excelsior Rowing Club was beaten by a length.-Sacond heat: Derby School Boating Club; L, Sculthorpe, C. McDalin-Clench, J. Whitle, F. Allen (stroke). This was an easy victory, Derby coming in four to five lengths Subscribers-only content

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    his uncle, Mr. P. L. Sculthorpe, farmer, of Hatton, proceeded to Hatton railway station, Upon enquiring for Beasley, and being informed that hewas in cue of the rooms on the bpposite platform, they went acer6ss, Sculthorpe enquired why complainant had Subscribers-only content

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    liS OUvFIT-Yesterday, at the County Court-before Sir R. Hnriuvton, Bart, Judge- William Carvell, tailor, of Tacbbroolc Road, Leamington, sued Charles Sculthorpe Persons, of Somer's Place, in the same town, to recover tie sunm of £3., being the value of a Subscribers-only content

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    i II i I I I i ,I i ;I i II I, I I candidates:-ltessrs. Charles Starkey; A. h. Sculthorpe, surgeon; A. Jones (nominated twice) licensedvictk6ler; Charles Dent, decorator; Henry Wrigley Sadler, com- mercial traveller; and Arthur Brown, tailor Subscribers-only content

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    MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS IN THE DISTICT. 'i BUoostXaIro1 this borougb-there, was an electiUon in one st ward1 Only. In the East Ward Messrs H. a. Ball and F. it 5. Emery, and in the South \Yard Messrs. T. Hulme w Subscribers-only content

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    o£ the 11th inst T7he in- fre woman is still unosieours, and lasst night pdassi I resTiws, ieverian night. .r. Sculthorpe staed that hern mind is. dr nd tha she hal been ravinz durineg thh~past coupedXof days.i She had~ made Subscribers-only content

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    search the line, prisroner said, "Yes, search the line. I hope the young woman is not dead." Mr. A. M Sculthorpe, surgeon, stated that he attended Mr Siddalls on her admission to the TWmworth Hospital, and for three weeks after. Subscribers-only content

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    an immense crowd: 13. WV. Sadler, 451; J. Dodd, 450; A. M. Sculthorpe, 429: A. ]lrown, 419; T. Richardson, 383. The Giirsc four gentlemen veore elected. Messrs. Sadler, Sculthorpe, and Dlrown were the retiring members of tbe CounciL There ovre Subscribers-only content

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    Brierler , (Leek), EI. J. Ball (Wolstanuton), E. Brain (Fenton), L. Appleby (Short Heath), .J. Knowles (WedneBbury), and A, sl1. Sculthorpe (Tamwortb). PREsoN OoamrrErTxm-M~r. Stephn Stok-ea wa eleceed 5 a member of this committee, in place of Lord Lichfield. 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the aged peaple much distress prevails. c Y esterday morning a meeting. eunvened by the Mayor [ (Mr. A. &. Sculthorpe), was held at the Town House, to - consi er the advisability of starting a soup kitchen; and f Subscribers-only content

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