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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Attoruies, Messrs. RosserSon, and Rosser, Bartleti's-bvildiitgs, Holborn. J. Wakefield, City-road, builder. Attorney, Mr. Carter, Lord Mayor's Cotirt-offlce, Royal Exchange. E.Marshal, Aldington, Kent, factor. Atiornies, Messrs. Brace andSelby, Surrey-street, Strand. C. Thorogood, Sraiid, dealer. Attorney, Mr. Dickens, Cooke's- court, Carey-street, Lincoln's-inn-fields. Subscribers-only content

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    island of Macho, for water, the only inhabitant on which was an English seaman, named Joseph Richardson, a native of Aldington, in Kent, who had made choice of a solitary houseless spot, upwards of three years since, for a residence, Subscribers-only content

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    of his house in Burton Crescent. We regret to state that nightlynseetings continue to beheld in the neigh- bourhood of Aldington, by agricultural labourers. What their object is we know not; but it is the duty of the magistrates to Subscribers-only content

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    Charles Byrd.-only oslo Guardian being required in each of these perishes. Mr. IV. Fisher South Littletoi, but lis withdrawn. At Aldington Mr. i ;y Thomas Byrd has retired in favour of Mr. Joseph Jones, es thus avoiding a contest; and Subscribers-only content

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    (43, labogrer, Alding- ton, was charged with indecently assaulting Agnes Hall, a child five years aud eight months old, at Aldington, on the 20th inst.-Hartwell, who has- the appearance of being a Ihalf witted fellow, and is known as "Silly Subscribers-only content

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    Attention. Every care Pnd comfort. House ele pleosastly situateil near Sea, atee Piers. Studios continued, it BI ilestrvd. Nueosrfcaes.-Dr. Scott, Aldington, Itetrne sto Monti). _____532 fkm IIATS WORTH. .-B5ASLOW HYDRO.-Tis sa edi St IieC e reoerloekine Clilsatvtortlh Perk, situmatede in Subscribers-only content

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    wageo.-ApplIy, Whitebead's, Moseley Registry, A 285, Areseley oaod. c9554 .r (YENFRfAL Servcant Wanted, at once. Wages ;11.-Apply, J. Iu E Aldington, 27, IlagloyltoR d. cih31 r, 'i ENERAL Servant (gwod) Wanted, at once; no washblg; orvo A Q kept,-so, York Subscribers-only content

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    Lench, which with a population of 42 has six paupers, or one in seven, and the lowest ratio was at Aldington, the popeulation there being 135, with one pauper only. The totals for the union were: Popu- lation, 15,270; paupers Subscribers-only content

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    Court, yesterday-before Sir Richard Mareington, Barh-a ~5 es very impr~rtant caso for moaricet-garderiers came onl.- t Is. Thomsas Byrd,. farmer, Aldington, made apmslcationi to, 'ie recover certain land and premises from William Farman,I 'se msarket-gardenser of the lladacy.-Mr. Geoffrey- New,' Subscribers-only content

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    Y F. TALBOT (of the late Firm of H 3 PAYNEtE TALEOT), 7,, CHER Y STREET. 301 . (J 3. ALDINGTON, 27, HAGLEYL ROAD, ill 'U.e Commenoe on WEnDNesAy NXoT. Mey 1, and until August 30, to MAKE his HOME-MADE Subscribers-only content

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    Hill belonged to the landlord, and only a few things at Tower Street were the property of prisoner.-Mr- A. E. Aldington, solicitor, said the prisoner called upon him in January last and said he wished to obtain a loan of Subscribers-only content

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    out) 3, extras 7; total 82. ASTON AVmxux v. AMLDrNyToN.-Played on SaturdsY, on the ground of the former, at Witton. Aldington: Burton 1, Grey 0, Mountford 4, Ford 0, Swindo 7, Pickering 5, Wood 0, Tomlins 2, Barbour 7, Duffill Subscribers-only content

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    April, 1886, and the fifling of the petition, and the places named are 1l`tham; York Terrace, Regent's 'ark; Brighton: and Aldington, Sussex. Captain O'Shea merely sues for divore, and makes no claim for damages against the co-respondent. MArs. O'Shea is Subscribers-only content

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    nose nc moved that it should mient of theifollowing genTlemen Messrs.,T. Lloyd, G. Bowker G. lenonT.Mils, . B LoeeerC. I.Simpson, Aldington' BicardonIt.Edmnd, C SlnusnsB.Whitehouse, Tonks' T. g r, erRlad Biggs, POUntney, Clay, Jack- B rcOsborne. He apprehended there could be Subscribers-only content

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    Charles Grooves Wmliam Marlow John Greaves John Davenport John Harfield George Taylor Jeremisli Turner William Paulkeer John Jackson X W. Aldington Willmain Findlater Thomas Goode Thomas Mitchell Walter Kendrick John NoAkes Arthur Jones Semuel Davis John Goodwhi John Zair Richard Subscribers-only content

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    Thompson Charles Greaves William Marlow John Greaves Jolm Davenport John Hayfield Geores Taylor Jeremiah Turner Wi11am Faulkner John Jackson W. Aldington William Findlater Thomas Goode Thomas ititcheil Walter Kendrick John Noakes Arthur Jones Samuel Davis John Goodwin John Zair * Subscribers-only content

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    the property of a member of this society: let prize, Mr. Aaron Pike, Mitton, near Tewkesbury; 2nd, Mr. Richard Aahwin, Aldington, Evesham.-The best Tod of Wool of the clip of 1862, horn from short-woolled sheep, the property of a member Subscribers-only content

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    S BARNIWID.-WANTED, a SITUATION, by a young Pereon A. who welli uderstands the Bgsinese Good rofenrecea.--Addrosa, S. S., Bolton's Fasrm, Aldington, ngar Eesbarm, Worcestershire. [t695 ITANTED, by a young Peraon a SITUATION as Barmaid, or ia W a Rofresbmnt Foon. Subscribers-only content

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    VALE OF EVESUAM AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The 22nd annual exhibition of stock, corn, roots, and istplootents, for prizes offered under the auspices of the Vale of Evesham Agricultural Society, took place yester- day, in ain orchard near the Northwick Arms. Subscribers-only content

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    ONI SHILLIG ADVERTISEMENTS3. nom ohaig fo Advestdsemtslt nomingander the gemsz' head-of "Want4d" IN OiNu SHILLINC4 for twfztt7.fowl worA4n and BIwpRNO for every &addftous ten wordi Dibm r~teuss antriotly confined to suoh rIvorUsoIRnts - me propid Raemlttaew may be Iultla Subscribers-only content

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