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    Fleet-street. ASTURDAPS LONDON GAZETTE. BANITKRtIPTCIES SUPERSEDlED. F. Brad'ield, Wymonidliam, Norfolk, grocer. T.Deovey, Worcester, builder. BAN KRlUPTS. . Nl Wri. rht, Stapleford Abbott, Essex, fiirmer. Attornies, Ales."rs.Evitt and Rijxd, Huaydon-sqimare, Minories. WV. 1. Cntfovd, Upper Ciapton, pl srnber. Attornev, Mr.Drrel, Wirnsley-street, Subscribers-only content

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    Richmond, tailor. Solicitor' Mr. SutcliffeNew Bridge. str, Blackfriars. . . . * - d SdIer7dy, June 4. BAEKRUPTS. W Mcrley Stapleford, Notting-haw,-bobbid-lne manufaci rer. T. Jwtaas Greenacres Moor, Oldharn publican. C. Lzgwrenre, prury-larae tallow 'andler. T. Xvxrru sa ,d>;varker, H~e~ Subscribers-only content

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    an inn there for a few days, when she eloped with Lord Harborough; with whorn-a2e cohabited in a cottage near Stapleford park, the residence of L'ordlHarborough.-No opposition was offered on the part of the wife, and tfie-Cotizt pronounced the sentence Subscribers-only content

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    (asill under the name of Viss Love), defendantvisited her, and Ihey eloped together. They went to lids -lordship's seat at Stapleford, where they lived together as man and wife. For the defence it was contended that the plaintiff had neglected Subscribers-only content

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    try seat of his brother, Count Maurice. On Thursday last, in the S0th year of his age, Mr Taft. of Stapleford, Netting. hamshire, an opulent farmer and grazier. It is a remazrkable peft (!) that the deceased's two brothers, his Subscribers-only content

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    E. -ainswortb, Stanningley, Yorkshire, cloth manufacturer.- [Few & Co. Hen. rietta'st. Covent garden. 1. Palmer, sen. & T, T. Barker, Stapleford, Nottinghamshire, cotton 4o0bors, (Willett & Campbell, Essex ati Strand.- - 13. Dorset, Herstmonceux, Sussex, Crazier. [Gell & Co. LeWpg,- Subscribers-only content

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    tn pregnancy, and six children. On Thursday lie left home early to attend Mr Garton on a shooting excursion over Stapleford. He parted from him in the evening, and not returning home all sight, his wife on Friday morning went Subscribers-only content

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    Exetergrocer- November 19, IV. Reay, Wa!ker, Northumberland, ship builder- November 19, G. Walker, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, ship-insurance broker-November 2i, J. Palmer, sen. Stapleford, Nottingham- shire, and T. T. Barker, of Sandiacre, Derbyshire, cotton doublers -December 3, J. Clarke, J. Philips, and T. Subscribers-only content

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    T HE EDINBURGH REVIEW, No. OLXXXIV.-.ADvERTISEhMNts and Buis intended for insertion are requested to be forwarded to the Publishers immediately. London: Longman, Brown, and Co. 39 Paternoster row. T HE QUART.ERLY RE.VIEW, No. CLXXII, is published this day. -Ot Subscribers-only content

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    printer-April 22, M. Barton and Co. Manchester, copper roller manufacturers-April 23, J. Wright, Pendleton, Laneashire, dyer-May 17, J. Palmer, sen., Stapleford, Nottinghamshire, and T. T. Barker, Sandiacre, Derby- shire, cotton doublers. CertiAicates to be graented, unless cause be shown to Subscribers-only content

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    This day, 8vo, Is. PROTESTANT TOLERATION. A Letter to Lord Joln Russell, A. P. Fi r-t Lord of the Treasury, &C. By.looN f WLLAO5 DoNALpsoN, D.D. Head tlolsterof lBury Schuol; formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, 't. Pr London Subscribers-only content

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    as regards G. Morris-C A. and F. se. Pops Bristol, coal mercllants-T. %%httoely, G. War-d, I, Wilitey., and J. Stevetso Stapleford, Nottingham, lace manlulfattuers; s far as regards J. Stevens-J. Recdssh snd P. Baramley, Manchester, wholesale druggists-J. Hobson and A. Subscribers-only content

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    cause be shown to the contrary on the day of sseeting.-Slareh 205, H. Brown, Liverpool, ship chandler-illrch 23, Sarah Clabbon, Stapleford, Cambridgeshire, newspaper proprietor-Marchs I5, S. Crosland, Eloand, Yorkshire, corn miller-March 24, H. C. Gansilen, Htove, Sussex, licensed victualler-March 25, Subscribers-only content

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    number of persons were charged with conspiring to forge the will of Mr Jackson, a gentleman of considerable property at Stapleford, in Nottinghamshire, in favour of a servant-of-all work, named Sarah Radbourne. The principals in the case, including the woman, Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tefedtay, JTeianuary 18. Wnr.ofilee, Pallmall, Jan. 18.-Ist Beg. of Life Gaards: Surg. J. Cockbtrn having completed twenty years' full-pay service, to be Serg.-Naj., under the Royal Warrant of Oct. 1, 1858-2nid Life Guards: C. B. Subscribers-only content

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    weeks the failure has been rapid, though, we believe, unattended by pain. THE EARL OF HEARnORO'GN died at his seat, Stapleford park, near Melton Mowbray, on Thursday, in his 62nd year. He married in 1843 Mary Eliza, daughter of Captain Subscribers-only content

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    slieli lticorrect abstracts have appeared)a 1 personalty nn Slidler £17,O000-.Of thle fltev Joseph Barclay, IL1.D., for- a ve;ncrbli hecto el Stapleford, IIorts, but late the Agligican one e9P f J7erusaem ;f ptrsolIlalty exceeding £s9,000-Of foun fitc lit.l Sjpencer lRodnwey Druenmondi Subscribers-only content

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    re- mended for a week, as the Injured man was. unable to ra attend. . is. 4 YSrTHkous'PoisoxiNG CASz.-At New 'Stapleford, t) atnear Nottingham, last Sunday, Mr. Willanee, engieer at. ti at Dunn and Co.'s collier askede neighbonr'for an aporient Subscribers-only content

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    Bush. I ,xMAnAYS,-Cocke, exceeding one year: lot, Mr. T. IV. 3 Futchox-, Newcastle, Staff6rdslxiro -2nd, Mir T. Whitehead, j , Stapleford, Notts.-Cooks, hAtched in 1882: Cup, Mr J. A a N. lailey, Blackpool; 2nd, Mr IV. B. Payne, Shrcewsbury. A Subscribers-only content

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    I SPORTING NEdWS MANCHESTER STEEPLECHAES. PR GRAMME FOIL THIS DAY. L21.-A EHuN~a' Fw B&ecs of 60 savs; four-yeare-lds list 7Th, five Ustlot1b, siISand agedhls tlillb ;penalties and allowances. Two miles. Crampton, 6y unab a War drobe, 4y Rlajah, 4y Subscribers-only content

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