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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the persons who heard the sounds. The principal witness was Ralph Stobart, who, on his wav up a place called Smailes lane, met two men vhose appear- ance struck and alarmed him. One had something under his arm. Having avoided Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the tisne in process of fermentation. It was about a smile from Smailes ! lane-Evidence was next given shotWing the fittdirtg of a button is Smailes lasts, and a police sergeant produced a our ewhich le got j frorn Subscribers-only content

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    John Scollick, chief clerk to the Judge Advocate produced a copy of the proceedings of the court martial U ouPaymaster Smailes, in 1862. James Hyde Champion, Bombay Staff, and Assistant Adjutant.General to the Mhow Division of the Bombay Iarmy, said Subscribers-only content

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    Turner to the Jubilee Scholarships; Vasey aud Morrison, Lewis, Clulow, Whitehead, and McLean received a certifl. cate of bonour; and Smailes, Denham, Kaillin, aud Shea. man, certificates of merit. The liberality of the directors of Wesley College, Sheffield, is acknowledged, Subscribers-only content

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    tl'is 152 1'1 e.-'f CLAlBS SHOPS to be LET, in the, bssr part of NeI, ,strost. vileiy eI'leoitt. the RalitLsse Smailes, sL~iet,ele jeer a Lace u. r ethor light and elegaart butsinefes.-Apptse as the Join-tea ieLT. a coipsict 'MANUF'ACTORSY, tvi'ih Subscribers-only content

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