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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    given him. "N. B.," Moseley.-(1) Mr. Chamberlain was born in 1836. (2) The longest railway tunnel in England is the Standedge Tunnel, on t e London and North- Western line. It is three-and-a-quarter miles long. NURSES v. DOCTORS. To the Subscribers-only content

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    cannot legally be do- manded on Sunday. "R. hl. O."-The bankruptcyof a master cancels inden- tures of apprenticeship. "John Rock."- Standedge is, we believe, the longest rail- way tunnel in England. "Brook Evans," Willenhall-We do not know the date; ask Subscribers-only content

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    came with the score- IHuddersield one try and five minors, to one minor. In reply to L the kick off, Standedge made a remarkably fine run, and would I have got through, but for Hint. Almost immediately after this IShow Subscribers-only content

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    session of I Parliament for earious additional powers, the chief of which are: Increased dock accommodation at Garston; doubling the Standedge tunnel, in Yorlishire; construct- ing relief lines and widening and deviating existing linfs at those points where the trafirt Subscribers-only content

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    commissioners. Of the latter three are legal and three medical. "D. L."`-1) The longest railway tunnel in England is the Standedge Tunnel, on the L. and N. W. line. Its length is 3>' miles. The Watford Tunnel is on the Subscribers-only content

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    14 May 1827, 14 May 1827

    ; Roads Bill. With a Bill, intituled," An Act for more effectually re- " pairing and improving the Road from Standedge in " Saddieworth, in the County of York, to Oldham, in the " County of Lancaster, and other Roads Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1827, 15 May 1827

    est Billa, intituled, " An Act for Saddleworth * more effectually repairing and improving the Road Roads Bill. " from Standedge in Saddlexorth, in the County of York, " to Oldham, in the Countv of Lancaster, and other " Roads Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1827, 18 May 1827

    Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Act " for more effectually repairing and improving the Road " from Standedge in Saddleworth, in the County of York, " to Oldham, in the County of Lancaster, and other Roads " Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1827, 21 May 1827

    thereto. Hodie 3a vice lecta est Billa, intituled, " An Act for more effectually repairing and improving the Road from Standedge in Saddleworth, in the County of York, to Oldham, in the County of Lancaster, and other Roads in the Subscribers-only content

    28 May 1827, 28 May 1827

    therein mentioned, all in the County Palatine of Lancaster:" "An Act for more effectually repairing and improving the Road from Standedge in Saddleworth, in the County of York, to Oldham, in the County of Lancaster, and other Roads in the Subscribers-only content

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