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    Hubbersty. Uchtred , son of Osolf , 114, 178, 298. Udall , 35. Ugnale , Robert, 259. Ullathorns , Middleton , 401. Ullathorns , Henry, 312, 399, 405, 407. " John, 399, 405. Ullocke , William, 16, 18. Ullrefurthebec , British History Online

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    2, 58, 411, 420. " cross, 8. Hugill , Thomas, 29. " William, 43. Hukelreape , 8. Hulhaicthorns , see Ullathorns. Hungate , Thomas, 350. Hunter , Adam, 6, 6 n , 203. " Agnes, 311. " Christopher, 11. " British History Online

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    Bill or Sir John Trelawnry.I WOLYVEuitt&&1Ti3N.I IO5AOOGOOATON OF Sr. MdARv'S HALL, WOLVZRNUAMPTrON. I On Tuesday eveniog last, the 11ev. Dr. Ullathorns, Romano Catholice Bishop of Biratinlgham, Inaugurated thie handsome and spacious 3 room, which formto the prrincipal apartment in the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    CORRESPONDENCE. THE EIGHT 11EV. DII. IJLLATHORNE AND THLE jitISH OF BIRMINGHM.L Is the EDITOR Of the DAILY PesT. S~ir,-.-n ]lest 1londay's issue Of Your paPer you 1ruhliisied lextracts; (per11i t political pamphlet, orI pastoral, written by 1)r, fllatlioririe. As Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    they be re- hi awarded." to I, THE AnlPEST ov Two RomAN CATHOLIC Blfsuops.- tit -Siocs the arrival of Dr. Ullathorns and Dr. Moore at Warwick BEaOl, mn they have bean vieited by many of the Catholic gentry and clergy Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and Southwvark. The two senior bishops in order of consecration are Dr. Brown, Bishop of Newport and Menevia, and Dr. Ullathorns, Bishop of Birmingham, who are both Benedictine monks, and whose appointments date from 1840 and 1846 respectively. 'The latest Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LARGE QUANTITY OP Chiefly ASH, ALDER, and BIRCH, of about Iweuly-six ytars gro .lb, now standing on Miodi.rton Hall aud Ullathorns Estatks, in Alid- dlelon, iv ihe county of Westmorland, occupied by Richard Bownass and Thomas Bownass; in the following Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    agent of Messrs. Bass and Company, replied. Mr. Cleaves then proposed "The President," to* | which the Chairman responded. Mr. Ullathorns, Bristol, gave " The Testimonial I Committee," Mr. Councillor Brown returned thanks. Mr. Charlbs Brown proposed " The town Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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