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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. Fletcher, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, schoolmaster. S. Jefferys, Arnold, Nottinghamshire, out of business. J. Bennett, Nottingham, out of business. S. Wheatley, Unstone, Derbyshire, farmer. R. Hollier, Birmingham, stone mason. J. Downing, Thorne, Yorkshire, butcher. J. C. Adams, Great Ysrmouth, fish curer. Subscribers-only content

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    ditc of bacon and lodged in a deer beyoA s king mudder was perpetrated at MURDErl "Ivsaseaek mre a perpetrateda Unstone, near Chesterfield, on Sunday last. Two men, named Morley andWat~ts, lodged in the house of Mr Kirkman, a small Subscribers-only content

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    SliEI'LD.-At the Sbetfield Town Hall, yesterday, three boys-named e George Mart-n (13), Frederick C. Unstono (11), and Win. is 'R. Unstone (8)-were charged %with incendiaTism. On 1N e Friday morning last a fire was discovered in the stackyard b e Subscribers-only content

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    vwires. It is supposed that the reptile, whichv was dead when fousd,, lead escaped from a inensgeric which passed tierougle Unstone en roite from She field to Chesterfield on Friday. I lse the Court of Chancery, onl Monday, 31r, Justice Subscribers-only content

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    suppoased to have esesped in transit by cull from Wombwell's meusgric, end found on the idlalnd 31ailway telegraph whes, between Unstone naid )roulfield, is thuls exphsiised: 'rereptile died, and itsboywasthro llsway;thlis`being pioled up by somo railway mcii they hung it Subscribers-only content

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    of attempted murder. MURDER NEAR CIESTrEnRFEED.-About a quarter past one o'clock on Sunday morning, a shocking occurrence took place at Unstone, a small "illage about four miles north of Chesterfield. The house in which the tragedy was perpe- trated is Subscribers-only content

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    Jornse E. Litter, Bedford, Imp1rovemients In apparatus for print, ing. latd1 February 22, WMb. nJg eteb Johnson and William 69ill, Unstone, Derbysliir~ j, provemente In rotating enginei and pumaps. Dated t' o 8 1859. 1 William Williams, Liverpool, Imirovements in Subscribers-only content

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    STONE COKE, suitable for Blast Furnaces, Steel Smelting, or other purposes, to be DISPOSED OF.-Apply to Henry Rangeley and Son, Unstone Collery, near Sheffield. 377 PREMISES TO BE LET. To BE LET, RESIDENCES. Sherwood House, close to Stecbford Station ...,......... Subscribers-only content

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    STONE COKE, suitable for Blast Furnaces, Steel Smrielting, or other purposes, to be DISPOSED OF.-Apply to Henry Rangeley and Son, Unstone Colliery, near Sheffield. 377 flElOR. to leaving Birmiinghaml, aa Lady offers her PIANOFORTE for DISPOSAL; a full, richetone, 7-octave, Subscribers-only content

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    attributed to the company's servants. [PRESS A59IOO1ATION TELEORAM.] A fearful collision occurred at noon yesterday on the Midland Railway, at Unstone. Whilst a goods train was shunting into the station, Ute 11,40 up express t rain came up at a Subscribers-only content

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    be liberated on his own recog- nisences. The injured persons at present lying at Unstone are progressing favourably. A special train was drawn up at Unstone Station, and the body of the deceased was removed from the inn into one Subscribers-only content

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    the Judge become incapacitated in the meantime. At the inquest, yesterday, on the body of Miss KIRRPATRicic, killed in the Unstone railway acci- dent, a verdict of " Accidental death " was returned. The confusion which reigns in the French Subscribers-only content

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    death of MiWs Elizabeth Kirkpatrick, who was killed by a collision on the line of tho Midland Railway Company, at Unstone, on the previous Wednesday. Mr. Barker (instructed by Mr. W. Smith) appeared for the company; Mr. Clegg, o£ Sheffield. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    part of the cross-examination in the case of Oliver Merritt, who was charged with the manslaughter of Mliss Kirkpariok, at Unstone, on the Midland line. It was proved that he worked as pointsman thirteen hours every day, but Saturday, when Subscribers-only content

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    Barnsley, Sheffield, Rotherham, and adjoining dis. tritS, but also those employed in the northern part of the Derbyshire coalfield, at Unstone, New Whittington, Wllt- marsb, &c., as well as jthe newly-formed lodges at the Earl Fitzwvlllam collierles, and those at Subscribers-only content

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    5.,2, being a Conservative gain of one seat. A SINGULAR. COLLIERY DISPUTE. The two hundred miners who struck work at Unstone Colliery because their musters were supplying coal to a neighbouring proprietor, whose miners were on strike, bave resumed work, Subscribers-only content

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    crops colstinue very good. One star- vation death reported from Purureal, waaking total proved deaths 2P '" The Dronfield and Unstone colliers have received notice of a 12i per cent. reduction of wages. A deputation was received at the Board Subscribers-only content

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    PIECE S BY AN LEXP1E*S NEAR SHEFFIELD. On'Saturday night an alarming accident occurred on the Midland Railway, between Shoaphridge and Unstone, The accident happened at the entrance to the cutting loading to Sheepbridge Tunnel. E-even horsas got out of a Subscribers-only content

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    Nottioghat, Octobr li1. at 12. IPARTlNERSRI PS DIiSSOLNVED, nrunas Ibbleo and George 'WonIhlons( 'ShfieId, cigai nmsnuiacturers-.Re3Pioiard Hutchinson and Samuel Saxon, Unstone, near S-heffield, colliery pr'oprictors.-Nvilliam. Morria end Ceurge Nicholas, Worcester, grocers, &c.-Th~ilso. Francis PScott and Joseph Norris, trading as "Frank Subscribers-only content

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    uction. Amongsttbe shareholdOrs are soine of the largest coalowners in York- shire Derbsldiro, and NottinglsnZqshibe. Amongsttisurn are I Staveley, SSheephridgc, Unstone, rawssmeoor, Iihaclcwall, and Wingerwrarth Ciumprades ; as nell as Sir Johli Brown and Co., Newton, Clriumbers, and Co., Wharnoliffe Subscribers-only content

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