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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Elarall-eirio gvda rhagarweiniad. Wedi llawer a ganlmawl ar waiith y Proffeswr, fel yn egiuro een- adwriaethau yr Apostol, dywed Proffeswr Adeney: "Wrth gwrs, mae i waith fel hwn ei derfynau. St. Paul wedi el wneyd yn hawdd ydyw. Ond canlyn- Subscribers-only content

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    yn cael cyfeirio ata 'fl adolygiad 6medrus a theg Y peth penaf a wncir gan yr adolygyddc ydyw beio Farrar, Adeney, a Marcun Dods am eu bod fel yn petruso yn yr orthyglnu a geir uwehben eu henwau hwy, ac Subscribers-only content

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    Among the saddlers we find medals awarded for the workmanship and design of canes and whips to Messrs Swaine and Adeney and to Mr Ellia, both of Piccadilly, to Messrs Callow and Son of Park lane, and Mr W. H. Subscribers-only content

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    Corth iwhoel agnRhe c Valuable-solSH portable PulNITR-houe Three Superior COW S, iy ndton, a uplendid Alderne y Cowe andhC and Adeney i-calfB Shaort Shornites, branss UefUleful srTEwoolT aO~ RickshfEsof primer eaotber Bedtalogts mayob bad oad othbe Autct T~empleer Row~e Rw,Biringhm.nhm Subscribers-only content

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    the police, was charged with obtaining four tons of potatoes, value £05. 10s., by false pretences, from Thomas West, farmer, Adeney, Salon; and also with obtaining a further consignment of four tons, of the same value, by fraud,-It was stated Subscribers-only content

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    some time, he was in lodgings. -Witnesses were then called to show that in March last Mr. Thomas West, of Adeney, Newport, Salop, received from the defendant au order on one of the memorandum forms referred to for four tons Subscribers-only content

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    before that Court. ALLEGED F FLSE ParrNcns. - Samuel Page (21), fraiterer, was indicted for obtaining from Thomas West, farmer, Adeney, near Newport, Salop, by false pretences, four tons of potatoes, value £-5. 10s., on the 7th April, and four Subscribers-only content

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    fllloue Arwa, ir-o.o- MI o~ -r-o o god ad yong) nee tochildren.-Hr. Turner, J.)Pus~lan.Fery ar,_nat oa's red. 70 }j LFBRE Adeney vry uprir mlkr--The Wooddekis. Court Oak Bond, Harborne, uli70l PARROT (ge) s-lsstlig eting finer in the hidlands. Pxri-Mice £-i, Subscribers-only content

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    (at 11).-This day, November 21, Prees Stasion, Tuesday, 22, Lubotwood; Thursday, 24, 5th MIlstone, Bag- church Road ; Friday, 2;, Adeney. S -oAusa[rrcr, Nmru (at 11)-Thls day, November 21, Pipe Gte (for W ;ore), Wednesday, 23, Tlttensor Bridge; Fri. day Subscribers-only content

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    Col'orlon; Fnday, 5 GetDslby; Sstuxfty 11in Coetock. STOPSB (at 11)Ann&ureday. November 24, Fifmh 3ille.' stune, Baschurch Road; F y, 5, Adeney. .SnSrrOAosHRaZ, NonTH (at 1-).-Tbis day, November 2W Tittensor Bridge; Friday. 25, Chavnes Cross Roads (for Bishop Woods); Saturday, 26, Subscribers-only content

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    i (at")auday, 3i W EST . Fomnber ( , .tbbs day,~ Sovember 25, Bredsordi suorsOmw (at l11-TShs day. November 25, Adeney. SIBDS!(atI1, NO.R-T1 (St N).-oezbdayr 2 ovber 25, Cherries Crss Beads (for Bishop WFood); Saturday, 26, Black- brloke- Monday, 28, Subscribers-only content

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    London, saddlery, bridles, monograms, and crests; B. Cape and Sons (Limited), London, bridles, whip-sockets, patent safety stirrups, bits; Swaine and Adeney, London, whips. New South Wales, John G. McGrath, Wagga-Wagga, improved riding saddles. The foreign awards are dis- tribiated as Subscribers-only content

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    11>-ThisB day, March 5, Pilleth; Friday, 9, Aim-ley. BF FSaorsuoi-nr (at 31_30>-This day, Marcsb 5, Whitchurch V, Heash; Tuesday, 6, Adeney; Thursday. 8, Haughmnond Abbey; t Friday, 9, Leighton Hall; Saturday, 10, The Kennels (Hills). L STAs'ORoanenc2, NOaRTH (at 11.307.-This Subscribers-only content

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    9, Frisby-on-Wreaks; Saturday, 10, M-lbourne. RAns-OEssctur AND WEST Ilrs'EroasnmnE (at 11).-FrIday, March 9, Almtey. Sstoa'Lsutns (at 11.30).-This day, March 6, Adeney; Thurs- day. 8, aaughrrond Abbey; Friday, 9, Ltighton Hal; Saturday, 10, The Keln slo (Hill.s). S'TAFFOiDSIRtS, ;FoTa (at 11.30>.-Wednesday, Subscribers-only content

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    meat). Sui~orse-ena (at 11)-This day, October 29, Acton Reynald; Tuesday, 30, Westbury Station; Thursday, November I, Petch- fordllall; Fniday, 2, Adeney. STravronnsEccu. NoaRT (at 11).-This day, October 29,Woore; Wednesday, 31, Bird-io-3tand; Friday, November 2, Cold Norton; Saturday, 3, Blackbroolc UI-siED Subscribers-only content

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    Boeghion ltADesrroFrrscs A.tN WEST HasrYoanDSncaE tat IL)-Friday, November 2, Ulldon (opening meet). Ssaioressitv (at lip.-Thursday, November]., Pitchford Hall; !Fridazy 2, Adeney. i tTlapopt5stEitfl, Noytec (at 12).-This day, October Z1, Bird-in-Hand ; Friday, -Novemnber 2~, Cold -Nor-ton ; Satuday, 3, fllachbrooic. Subscribers-only content

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    THrwrrFOuDOSiE.E (at 1 j-Iriday, Novxember 2, Ulsdot fopcnang mneet). S1t'.rtpsiJite (at 11l -Thi 71ay, Noverenber 1. Pitelurd MUall: Fridav, 2, Adeney; Mondavy 5, Toppirgin lfaLl; Tate'Iia, 6, Crcsseage Thursday, 8, Vlardvicke Urange, &iday, , twa! Mill. :rTAsoarTfrlrr, NSORTy (at ll).-Friday, Subscribers-only content

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    M:eltornuse. PRAIDNOr~sr miAND W EsS LfIrUFFosDSOtEr tx tl1l.)-ibis day, November 2, Ulsdon (opeensng ruest). SesRoPS'HIRE (at 11)1-This day. -November 2, Adeney : Mon. day, 5, Toppngton 11a3i: Tuesday, 6. Cresseae; Thursday, 3, 7iardvirc'e Grange; Fridoy, 9, Ernal Mill. SzTuonsOrsUI.E, 'osrro Subscribers-only content

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    7, Broxwood. S}norsrt,5E (at 11).-This day, December 3, IJffington Village Tuesday. 4, Hanwood Station: Thursday, 6. Baschurch Station; Friday, 7. Adeney. ST-AFFrroaaataE, Yeiarn tat 11).-This day, December 3 IHigghelds; Wednesday, 5, Bird-in-Hand ; Friday, 7, First (Milestone, Earket Dnrtoon Load; Subscribers-only content

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    WEST H5REFORtDsiLttE (atll)L-FridaF, December 7, Broxrvood. SEr.OPSIRL (at ll)-This day, December 4, Harwood Station; Thursday. 6, Baschurch Station; Friday, 7, Adeney. STkr~FoRDs55RaE, NOPTH (at 1).-Wednesday, December5, Bird-in-Hand; Friday, 7, First Milestone, Market Drayton 1Load; Saturday, 8, Swynnerton Old Park. SI.FFoanDsartE, Subscribers-only content

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