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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    one of the directors of the Great Western Railway Company. Captain Bulkeley's politics are ultra-Tory. WoRcrSTEa (City).-Mr AV. Laslett, of Abberton hall, and for many years an attorney practising in Worcester, has issued an address offering himself in the Radical Subscribers-only content

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    the district immediately surrounding Coleolester. The damage caused has been by no means exaggerated in the published I reports. At Abberton, three miles south-east, the school- house has been rendered useless by the destruction of the roof. Ar. Hall's residence Subscribers-only content

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    Fefkenham, Inkberrow, and Stock and Bradley; that Flyford Flavel may boe e polling plaee for Abbot'sNMorton, RBuslench, Hoblench, Churchlench, Atchlench, Abberton, Bisehamp ton, Dormetono, Flyford Flavol, Grafton Flyford, Kington, Niunton Beaucnhamp, and North Piddle; that Broadway may be a polling Subscribers-only content

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    late a sergeant in the Warwickahire Militia, stated that the pri- soner joined the Militia in the name of William Abberton. The witness was pay-sergeant at the time, and remembered the prisoner as servant to the Captain of the company. Subscribers-only content

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    It. Gray, "That the provielonal o'rdor in this caselbernadefinal," Mr. Powell, on behalf of the parishioners of the parish of Abberton, asked that that parish might be excluded from tihe district. Abbarton beloaged to one proprietor, and Ceontaubed about a Subscribers-only content

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    bury, Esq., the Rev. Charles and Mrs. Pocock, Rev. MI. Amphlett, Rev. Thomas Walker, Rev. G. Scden (late curate of Abberton, Mr. Richard Trurmper (Sir Charles's agent), Mr. Gauntlett (Flad- bury), Messrs. W. Tovey, T. W. Tovey, W. Partington, Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    has been made to the ex-member, W. Lalett, Esq., and he has In reply Ieued a aund bill, dated from Abberton Ha, in wbich he says that "in view of an approaching dissolution of Parliament I have, upon the solicitation Subscribers-only content

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    Sherriff, of Per- diswell Hall, comes forward for the seat vacant by the retirement of Mr. Ricardo. Mfr. Laslett, of Abberton IHall, fights for the seat, on " independent" grounds. Mr. H. Allsopp, who ceae forward in the Conservative in- Subscribers-only content

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    DUOWNED TN A DrITC1-On Saturday a man named Abraham Ewins was found drowned in a ditch, in the parish of Abberton. He was n labourer, livimsg at Bish- anmpton, and was subject to fits. It is supposed that lie fell Subscribers-only content

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    this ''general desire " Is to be expressed, Mr. LASnETT does not say: probably thle visit of half-a-dozen Coniservatives; eto Abberton I-all would be considered a muflicihelit mamiifestation. However, if there is an> itality ill the proceeding-if it is niore Subscribers-only content

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    thi eroderate arld thoughtful men of all parties. I have le honour to be, Gentlemen. Your obedient Servant, W. LASLETT. Abberton Hall, Worcester, May 14, 1868 . 332 -EAST WORCESTERSHIRE ELECTION. KING'S NORTON DISTRICT. M R. L AS LE T Subscribers-only content

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    moderate and thossghtful men of all spacties. I have the hon our to be, Gentlelmeno Your obedieut Servant. W. LASLETT. Abberton Iale, Worceeter, May 14, 1868. 332 FQ AST WORCESTERSHIRE ELECTION. KING'S NORTON DISTRICT. DIRP. LASLETT'S COMMITTEE ROOIM, HEN AND Subscribers-only content

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    THlOIMAS DORRELLL Surnlule. Otber Name, Seconder: CHARLES HUNT LASLEAT WTlJAAlI, Subscribers: Abode. FRnl; Profession, or Occupation. Robert Ifont Williano Atkins Abberton Hall, In the County of ESQUMAre BARnRX6'Eec-LnLA-v, Janme3 Penn Jesse 'Goeraid Worcester. Inner Temple. John Flensieg sen. Janice Bakelrell Subscribers-only content

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    ... 4,860 IMingJ., and C . ....The Lye ...... 6.,.. 31,321 Knight, F. V......... Wulvorley..... 105 ,. .1,1I(;0 Laloltt, IV .........Abberton....... 2,521 ... 3,288 Lea, T'.i.......... idderminster ... 15 .. ,286 Lesnioro,' Sir B. A. H.1 IWhibwell Hall, Yorhss.... 3,425 Subscribers-only content

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    says the Times, be interesting to p state that last week, in two instances in Essex, at 1 Witham and Abberton, on the occasion of Dissent- 3 ing funerals-in one case that of a Baptist minis- 3 ter-the clergy permitted, Subscribers-only content

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    Pease from tIre clergy of the rural deanery (north) of the Forest of Dean, by Sir B. Leshratere from Abberton and Twyford Flavell, and by Mr. Craig from Audley, in favour of Sunday Closing ; and by Sir E. Leclmere, Subscribers-only content

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    n C OCscsrc formerly of TMathon, Worcestershire, farmer, now 1s of South luhe, Ifathos, out of buesness. 5s J. uor.sr Abberton, nearPershore, M'orcestershire, farmer. s, A. PoweLl,, High Si.reat Lye, near Stourbridge, grocer. 1, J. IV. STEVRNSoNo, Bodynmoop Eeath, lKingsbury, Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. William Laslett, who for several years represented Worcester in Parliament, died soon after midnight on Friday, at his residence Abberton Hall, near Per- shore. The deceased gentleman, who was in his eiahty- third year, took a chill a few Subscribers-only content

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    1001(8. PLiAiYLtGilCDS,lRittt patwtern. 'lThe CYCLOSTYIMS, for maietilryitl~ nsintoti't citieo 5ititliotpreiss. welsisig, or nelbtisig. i ANE PIERCE (or rEARSE), foctncri of Abberton, rs ,a nwaicolritesr last liessrd oF in Bisiningism, will HEAR .r] StiOMYlEING jart her ADVATAGEi by eplslyloglet George l'ng.ic, Subscribers-only content

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    of ni his property to the above-naamed gentlemen. To the Uev. 1R. J. Bakr hor has 1'equeathed the estates at Abberton, nr Bishampton, llyford Flavel, Naunton Beauchamtp, Kiing- o ton, Dormstone, Grafton Flyford, and llanbury, in the I county of Subscribers-only content

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