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    those services, and thankfulness for the moral and spiritual benefits derived therefrom. * GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.-This undertaking was opened from Steventon to the Farringdon road, 63 miles from London, a shost time since. A carriage has also been built upon Subscribers-only content

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    lost 51. I was prevented tracing him because lte did not go by train, although he took a ticket for Steventon. I had to make good that losswhich I did at different times frotomy salary, to Mr Iron, the chief Subscribers-only content

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    by his exertions that a short time ago a small annuity was purchased for her by subscription. LeEUT.-GNNERAL SIR JAMRS STEVENTON BARNS, K.C.B. and K.C., Colonel of the 20th Regiment, died at his house in Clarges street on the ith Subscribers-only content

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    Rout 5o. Sti-HudoonU anoti., Noewhall Street. c53OO l f-i OCEltY, Proviolon: healthy suburb; otock optIonall; extenutivo tjYproltstalel Cashi trade--St. Clair, Steventon, Conmloy, 126, Cot. mere Sow. eCR55 G MOE~t neol rovtioo; entr. eltfited; douhie-feont. Iri-coulug lo.-Addros, 659 DailyPoet. 4071 a Subscribers-only content

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    a Regis. the sam of :635., and vrre r entensel-he tree o first.named prisoners to twelve months' imprisonment, and 0 Steventon to six months, . a SECOND COURT. I BFO}RE Sin R. A. KE'TTLE, ASsrSTANT-CSAMlRIAN d ATTEsMTED UNLAWFUL AssAurS.-Henry Hughes Subscribers-only content

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    gnat, silver-twisted blue, and the Mafrlow buzz, Two Birming- Item gents on a fishing excursion visited the Tome below , Steventon on Tuesday. One of them landed eighteen fislh, including four and a half brace of fine trout; the other Subscribers-only content

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    the Tomne on Tuesday evening caught between them with the maggot fifty-eight roach, al fine fish. In the Ashford and Steventon distriot excellent grayling and perch have been landed. A Tenbury corres- pondent states that the river there is in Subscribers-only content

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    same condition as last weic, n, and the fish sport pretty well. Good catches are reported s between Ashford and Steventon with the blue dun and te silver-twisted blue. From Lord Windsor's water to the Leintwvardine waters the stream is Subscribers-only content

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    ;IAS-011 Saturday, at a rt- the Mayor's Court, an attendant at the ( onlnity Lunatic P) les Asylum, named Josepil Steventon svas charged with an f or assault of anl aggravateid character upon Isaac Clough (74), be a retired wool Subscribers-only content

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    to follow the example set forth alcove. SteOCIcecG ArCCIDENT AT A FunsAce-About odd-day on Suinday act, a mcclc named Ninirod Steventon, aged twenty-dfve isaving a wife and child, met Vitic his death in the following man' ner. He seas employed Subscribers-only content

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    lie no eloubi thought as many people do, unfortunately, that 110 was not paid to be hionest.-A manl named Williass Steventon, in thle service of Mir. Wsiiliaums, identified oen of the pieces of iron pro- dulced, and said Ili missed Subscribers-only content

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    in dispute, and allowing Koindrck to retain possession rent free to the presess time. Thsrerwas no ill feeling between thes-William Steventon, boat loader, iii the employ of the prosecutor, was next called. ho identified one of the rails produced, froms Subscribers-only content

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    pistrid V*5- DUDLEY PORT. Trin ICHARGE OF FELONY AGAINST A TRADESMIAN. -At the Public Office, West Bromwich, on Saturday last, before A. Kon- rick, T. Rodington, and W. Sharp, Esqrs., a man of hitherto roe- pectablo character, named John Subscribers-only content

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    to offer evidence which would con. viet Brannan. ReOBERY OF A nuncHC AND DWELLINGr HOUS5 IN BERKu. esucEt-Three men from Steventon, Burks, giving the names of Jeremiah and John Dunn, smiths, &c., and James Gansing, car. pente', were charged witl Subscribers-only content

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    wlich in these times of cheap literature a Gd. edition had been issued by the Tract Society. The Rev. it. Steventon was the next speaker, and congratulated himself that he had now an opportunity for the first time of mixing Subscribers-only content

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    two wiketo to fall, only one innings being played. 'iTe scores were as follow :-CDastle Breess0ich : Powell, 13 ; Steventon, 22; ~arminglon, 0; g(empson, 1; Townsend, 1 ; Brown, 1; Burton, 0; Smth, ; Waker, ; Banes,1 ; Drset, Subscribers-only content

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    7-1; Chard, 6-21; Kting, 4 (not out)-2; REus ecl, 0; grounds, i; byes, 5-3; wides, 19-7; totals, 75-59. IWi, dSOI: Steventon, 3: Hi. Baker, 0; Biddle, 0; Tilston, I; W'right, 4; Silver, 5; Grindall, 0; Dudley, 4 J. Baker, 0; Subscribers-only content

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    The chi]dren bad taken the fire from one which Mr. Dsrby hat llghted in the yard to burn' the rubblsh.-htary1 Steventon, mother of the deceased, deposed that she WaS absent at Dudley when the accident ocaxed. She re' turned home Subscribers-only content

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    play it out. The bowling of Messrs. Pears and Ansell was all that could be desired, and the slcket-keeping of Steventon, and long-stopping of Evans was very good, as was also the bowling of Burrows and wicket-lseeping of Wilkins fer Subscribers-only content

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    SATLEY OOLI EGP-A sa4i'wM played between-the above clubs on- Saturday June 11, and, in spite of the hard hitting of Steventon, Rowloy, and Antell; the Saltleyites won by 12 runs, with four '*lcbts to go dowiI The round arm bowling Subscribers-only content

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