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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bu reSharp, Stewart, and Co., and T. Sharp and Co., engineers; as far as regards T. B. Share. Parsons and Stuchbury, Hlastings, and at Eye. proprietors, he., of the ant it H astingo and St. Leonards Times and the Bye Subscribers-only content

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    omitted from his statement. I have applied for, but have not yet received, this amount." BIe JonN PEARSON WAuuxBN, of Stuchbury. The liabilities are estimated to amount to 15991. 10s. 3d., and assets 3061. 1 Is. 6d., leaving a deficiency Subscribers-only content

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    A., Timer, Stoke Lvoe; Mr. IV. 11. TiMneri. Wi'rndleburc'; Mr. WV. Smith, King's nF-d, Bicester: Mr. T. May and .7Mes7rs. Stuchbury. Bayniard's . rveii: Mr. W. IRowles, WVestoi-ou-tthe-Grse' MIr. C'. rC Ilictin:-ui. Ambro~(len Mr. R. L C. Coltitau, Longc Crenicli: Subscribers-only content

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    damaged by water, &o.; insurance unknown. Mr. G. Coater. No. 36, Seething-lane, similar damage; insurance unknown at present. Mr. . Stuchbury, No. 37, Seething-lane, front of premises daimaged by fire and rater; insurance unknown. Mr. J. Stuobbury, lighterman, No. 38, Subscribers-only content

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    and it is unfit for humnan Alderman Salomous-What will be done with the meat I when it is condemnedt? Mllr. Stuchbury, from the offce of the city Solicitor- The officer will see it destroyed.F Alidermnia Salomona-Is it fit for dogst Subscribers-only content

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    BEFORE Ma. Coidii~asioOOR EVANs.-J. D. Muir, rotbase, at P 10i- Barnard and Co., judgment, at It. last examinatiolts andr dischiarge: Stuchbury and Co., and L. Watson at 11-C. J. Payne, r at i J-J. Holahan, at 12-W. Head andl G. Subscribers-only content

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    Thomas James Nelson, Esq., George Ogle, Esq.; George Osgood, Esq., Edward Saxton, Fq., Afred illiam Smith, E q., George Markwick Stuchbury, Esq. The number of candidates was reduced by show of hands to two, the remaining two being Mr. Nelson Subscribers-only content

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    IH. TyrrelS, Mfark-lane, attorneys-F. G. Thomas and S. Whitman, Liverpool, engineers-Ann Swithen- bank and Ann Moor, Southport, Lancashire, grocers-G. 'St. Stuchbury aid T. Davis, Gresham-street, City, attorneys-Union Rolling Mill Company, Birmingham-J. B. Wathen and J. P. Lichfleld, Fenton, StaffordshIre, potters-E. Subscribers-only content

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    by the Misses Shearme on Wednesday. Tea was provided,"after which various games were indulged in, and Messrs. C Bone and Stuchbury gave several songs! A sumptuous supper was provided later on. The singing of tlie National Anthem closed a pleasant Subscribers-only content

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    647 NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN that the partner- ! ship heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned RALPH JACKSON and JOSEPH STUCHBURY, carrying on the business of I Merchants and Commission Agents at Middles- I brough, in tho County of York, Subscribers-only content

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    Dick! son, Woods, and Mason, to be third-class clerks, salary £120 to £200 per annum; Messrs. Lee, Sargent, Jackson, and Stuchbury, extra clerk, to be third-class clerks, salary £80 to £120 per annum. Ordnance- Master-General's Depart- ment.-T. A. Ash, chief-clerk, Subscribers-only content

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    dale said he saw no objection to this being done, and. the Bench granted the application. "A Living SnunaH.- W*. Stuchbury, a young man, described as a rag and bone merchant, was charged with cruelly treating a pony , by Subscribers-only content

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    v. M'Donogh.- Sit at eleven. SECONDARIES' COURT, BASINGHALL-STREET. Hinton v. Purdy, Greening v. Handley, Procter v. Stevcuson, Rath- bone v. Stuchbury, Evans v. Cottcll, Goodwin v. Lipscomb, Pcttinger v. Wordsworth.- Sit at twelve. COURT OF BANKRUPTCY. BASINGHALL-STREET Before Mr. Commissioner Subscribers-only content

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    LAW INTELLIGENCE. _ NOTICES. -This Dat. FIBBT DAY OF TRINITY TEEM. . ... COURT OI CHANCERY, LINCOIN'S-IKK. at 10 J.- before thb Lord Chancellor.- Ban' rupt appeals : Lawrence and Beale- Alexander and Thin- Laugley and Langley -Mould and Subscribers-only content

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    Hodgson's East India Pale Ale," and the cork branded " Hodason and Abbott." ED LION INN and POSTING HOUSE, Hounslow.-JOHN STUCHBURY respectfully acquaints the Nobility, Gentry, and Puhlic in general, he has taken the above cild-atsttshi li Inn of Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    1 .-. of .-states at Eexley Heath. „,'' r m -too. Cowley, Low, South Pe- . •■•vva iiu . Trewen, Stuchbury and ..> i'tie... with the residue from „,-■ ion iliUs 95g 17 a ,^ c ".f houses in Holywell, Subscribers-only content

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    last examination and au-charge, at 11- Professional and General Discount Company proofs at 11- W. B. Foat, private, at 11- Stuchbury and Co ad- journedl examination and discharge, at 11 J- E. M. Abbot, private at l.- S. Granger, adjourned Subscribers-only content

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    LAW IHTELUGENCE. NOTICES- THIS Day COURT OF CHANCRRY, UNCOLva '» gwainston v. Clay. Appeal motion: _•„»_» or . J'" l «niii- Spalding RaUway Company. Appeals __L, - v> "»i<-n __. : Sard-Moore v. Moore. "^ ' 3t * n Subscribers-only content

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    ri x Plater, Tonson v. Woodham, Wildy v. Bryant, Mac- . T j '.. liner. Lascelles v. Gibbons, Alexander v. Stuchbury, ; -n-.n.- bit at half-past nine. s K i UNDARIES' COURT. BASINGHALL-STREET. nns. Bull v. Fusler, N'ias v. Harper, Subscribers-only content

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    Saturday, Ashby St. Ledgers - quarter to 11. Lord Southampton's hounds - Monday, Little Preston ; Wednesday, Shosley ; Friday, Stuchbury - ll. Sir W. W. Wynn'3 hounds- Monday, West Felton; Wednesday, Erddig ; Friday, Bedwllwyn ; Saturday, AUan Sadlers Subscribers-only content

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