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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    io5th year of her age d On Mtonday, ared 158 James Croedy, lRsq., Qf lighiworth, Wilts. On Tieeesday at WaussteradlThomnas Sparks, f sq., atesd t9. Siaddeily, on the gthinitep. 4sb l'reitletlee at: Saih.eug~bsse, Byitoo S.C,lal Sa,11 p, ., age4f. 5 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    band of such abettors in the crime of horse.stealing. Mr. Cheveley's mnre, when discovered, was said to belong to one Sparks, who proves to be Matthews's foreman, and he very ingeniously aceoun;s for her coming into bis possension in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE INNOCENT. William Sparks, and Edward Andrews (a vs rmi . mc-table young man), were indicted for a burglary in tile hotise of Tihotuas 'aylor in Staple Ashton, on the 59th of March. Suspicion having attached to Sparks, lie was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    traffic-what employment, post, or trade ? Shall one, whose name his new profession marks, Blow from some forge the sky-ascending Sparks ? Shall Carr, translated to a hackney-coach, Thread the obstructed Garden's dense approach; Thence higher mounting to suburban stage, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arrested yesterday, and held to bail in 2001. TnE WOODEN SWonD CoNsIRaAcY.-SiX men, named Slrickland, Murphy, Walker, Peck, Cowie, and Sparks, were brought before the magistrates on Wednesday, charged with unlawfully assembling for the purpose of practising military exercises. About Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Authentick Extract of the Proceedings in the Trial of Capt John Porteous, laid before the House by the Duke of Newcastle, March the 3d, 1736., 11 June 1736

    it grew into a Torrent, and flew like a Train of Fire, every one adding Fewal to the Flame, and Sparks originally increafe into a mighty Combustion; and fo, In like Manner, Things entirely of thernfelves innocent, may be multiplied Subscribers-only content

    12 November 1692, 12 November 1692

    the Ninth Day of Augufi laft (without J°yner> for » Leave from the Lord Chamberlain), arretted, by one arreftinShiia- " Sparks a Serjeant of The Poultry Compter, in an Aflion " of One Hundred Pounds, at the Suit of Abraham Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1692, 31 January 1693

    Prasmiffa audiend. et terrainand. fe- cundum Legem et Confuetudinem hujus Regni Angl. affign. per Sacramentum Samuelis Philipps, Thonia Head, Georgii Sparks, Thoma Lynn, Joh'is Water¬ man, Willi Keyfe, Joh'is U/her, Will'i Pangborne, Ar¬ thur. Allibome, Will'i Deverell, Jacobi Garrifon, Anth'ii Subscribers-only content

    29 April 1825, 29 April 1825

    the most public Manner, " as it was among us the Orange Association arose; it was here " that those Sparks were first elicited which have since spread so " vivid and yet so genial a Warmth of Loyalty through Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1834

    the Night. How long ago is that About a Twelvemonth; and another Case occurred Three Days afterwards, perhaps from the Sparks which fell down into a Pocket. A Boy went up repeatedly, and he said there was Smoke coming from Subscribers-only content

 

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