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You searched for: Place: "Abney" "Abney", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31, Resource: British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of papers up til the hour of adjournivent-three o'clock. The attandarnce wiap again very large. In the Geographical Section, Captain Abney read a paper on "'The nnultiplication of miips aend ptIlns in the field, and the importance to an army Subscribers-only content

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    through Iilnse1. __ EstajUhled 23 Scas. Splenldid sheam siodoto a-vrkohono; abott ' 300,00 neglativeg. In a good country town.-Addmns, i., Abney K 5 Who, Slobs 8 oaheiuloto-. c3860 _ GLASS, China, and Fanoy lunoiatss for Diepoetil, by plivuta K. _ Subscribers-only content

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    far.- Sir George Keluewich would be the principal secretary of the new board, and his assistant-secretaries would be Sir William 'Abney and Mr. Bruce. The assaistant secretary for techna- logical studies had not yet been appoiritecd The bill was based Subscribers-only content

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    'j'o.d,, i'lr; tlil' 'xli 0 ,aii'; r iicljlo rl~llfc hiw ai.iesiiiC / by ihaotro' JIt AwIT I,. T111WS1 W loT'tFiLLr, ~ jaell tsat~i t~oi( 11.0II b OIL" a. A' Iit' lili AY Clti' Al:; li:ic ic' rxtt T i Subscribers-only content

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    for life. One of the cading layiuen amonilg the Nonconfolrmists iln the begimiinfiig of the last century Was Sir '.t'licnts Abney, 'hou ill 1701, held the oelice of Lord Meyoi of London. Sir 'I'thomias had great Wealth, snuh lived in Subscribers-only content

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    SINGULAR CHARGE OF ATTEMPTING it I~~ . I, , I I -~- _ __lAn ^4 A ease, whch is said to have cauceod aL great deal of excitement in the nelibourhood of Cflmdeu Town, was b ought beioie Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    bte foerid the foliowsinc itt oil :-.A elinrtinz seceate. " Lake T1ilerviores," be H. B. 1-raing; it Viewe of Idaltn Abney ro 'Esrtniog on the -Eten.'' tsr-i pleasirag overoalepr of-trtsPe 'Iteaitlicc,"front ' ituele Adlo cheetNothiing," trthyioinc litoerts; tiattl1ocfle.Vettiee. bty intrartidi Subscribers-only content

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    In addition to ;teaoi,.curswl he lie"t thes Pysicat 'B panarrent by Isri Boi Mthel Hofert end- Ciytadn VI.' de NV., .Abney, VTI O.~5; i h ~hemincal flDap-fnient' by Dita 'itodglcinson and 'PryPeklsd*i thc Biolosiml Department by I Fo. further -paxttitlc Subscribers-only content

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    the property, and also a stipyleen n-e ecortract, dated ther 51st Dlecemtter, 1300 Both diem-. Thi-) lasic ~alerHorace WXailker, Arthure Abney 'Walker, J'esaaaxaiak Acaoni Walket', F'rederick John Walker, Ernszt; Ahoryie Xl alkt-c, and Edrai L'oogood, iOf the ane part., iand Subscribers-only content

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    toreoit. by 'ittlitter, I -neirll or tole %Valtt-s te strit'wb't Obscure T lbs Italia oL'turs in the roll or ILactic Abney, truil xin ~h .┬▒onle ~talsoglsle hare assniue' ttu-' inerv were a. Noirnan au-'-entl ' but it is Lhcs opidoen Subscribers-only content

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    few years, that the science was advanced to obtain de. finite results with certainty. Passing over the labours of Hunt, Abney, Burton, Spurge, Warnenke, and others, who had laid the foundation of and established certain laws, we came to the Subscribers-only content

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    also for Ceprtits- Ordi~ro for LIc-la ird di-- treor. One hni-tkssrd is sicrated an Seadiogloy-ionie aed one atar to Ettktatll Abney. Atpply BI. WHITARER nod SONS, HROESFORTH1. IMPORoTANT FOll IC O MCTECT,N- SURVEYORs, B-UILDERS, and CONTRACTORS. C ALLENDER' S Pure Subscribers-only content

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    transt .having been devised for them ;o practie upon. M~r. GLASHER said he believed that it was owing to Captain Abney that tbe dry piltas were to ho need at -ll the stations out ue-. I 4aBncoRP5sOE or 'ruse Pr Subscribers-only content

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    LAW AND POLICE. JUfDGS' CHAMBERS. NOVEL AND IMPORTANT APPLICATION AGAINST A CONVENT.- IN THE MATTER Or MARY ANN KENG.-A writ of habeas corpus had been issued a few days since, and was on Monday made return- able to produce Subscribers-only content

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    Miz. C. J. BISD, a favourite Comedian, of the North-east London Theatres, died on the 16th inst., andwas buried at Abney. Park Cemetery last Monday. THE LATE WOECUETER MUSCAL FBsTIVAL.-A meeting of the Stewards was held in the Guildhall last Subscribers-only content

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    DEATH AND MEMOIR OF MR. JOHN DOUGLASS. Wfit a deep regret, that will be sincerely shared by his many personal friends and the Theatrical public, to whom he had beetion so thono y hknown during sue o eries of Subscribers-only content

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    T CHARI1X0-.OROGs TAGEDY.-The funerl of Deteotive-Sergeanut Joseph-Soyee, who was ehot at Charlug-crosS*road last week took place on Siaturday afteraoon at .Abney: Park Cemetery. The wreaths sentwere 0So numerous that between twenty.five aid thirty aoinetables were told off to carry them Subscribers-only content

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    within which they are resident. or acting as such. New Division. situate. New Division. now situate. withintheproposed New ltvisiot I Abney ............. High Peak. 25 Hazlebadge .,...... a.. High Peak. 2 Asliford . ......... Ditto. 26 Hassop . ..... ........ Subscribers-only content

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    Tur- butt, Esq. I.................. ....... ........ Ogston, Shirland, Brackenfield, Stretton, and Woolley. 2 Wainwright Joseph, ... H. Bowles, Esq ............. Abney. WainwrightJoseph, .... Duke of Devonshire. ........ ..... High Lowe, arid Stoney Middleton. 2 WainwrightJoseph,...Earl of Newburgh, a............. 1assop, Calver, Subscribers-only content

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    26th days of September, at 10 o'clock in the fore- 5noon, for the Parishes, Townships, or Places of So l Abney, Nether-Padley loshford, Bakewell, Baslow and W Bubnell, Beeley, Birchover, Blackwall, Brushfield, Chel- imerton, Calver, Curbar, Darley and Little-Rowsley, Eden- Subscribers-only content

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