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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H., Esq., Edgiseeton. Dirxon. Abraham, Eiq.. J.P., Birches Green, Erdhigton. Dixon, George, Esq., J.P., Rdgeaston. Edwards, Mr. Charles It., Bhirminghanm. Alkington, Mir. C., Rugby, Everitt, Mr. James, Atherstone, Feeney, J. t'., ESl., Edgbaston. Fletcher, Robert, Esq., Edgeeston. Foster, Thomas, Edbastou. Subscribers-only content

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    imprisonment, with hard labour. , . - VWHITCHIURCH. SroosrING CRUELTY TO A IlonsE,-At the Petty L Sessions, yesterday, John Hocldnhall Alkington, a large farmer, was charged with shocking crielty to a horse white Ldrawing a snowing-machine. Defendant beat the horse Subscribers-only content

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    consider any fulrther means fur strengthening the law. GUN ACtrDENT.-Last evening whilst the eldest son of 3 Mr. Batio, of Alkington, was-disciargingtbe contents of a gun after rabbit shooting one of the barrels burst, and oe wes severely injured. Two Subscribers-only content

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    porley; 3, George'. Wardle, Old Fens Hail, - Whit- church. . Eight rcheese.: 1, Edward Evans,'Wrexham ; 2. Mrs. .LIwis,: Alkington, Whitehurc-; -3, .H Enry Hughes, Woltheubary,Wrexham. Twelvewbite cheese of any maker. 1,, James Hobson, Coolepilate. Nautwicle; 2, J. Jackson Subscribers-only content

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    arrival at Whitchurch of tL I the 1.10 goods trair, the driver reported some cows on the a line near Alkington. A platelayer was sent there and re. moved them, and on looking to ascertain if there were any t Subscribers-only content

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    (3), 2001.; Stack-l steads 14), 1501. ; Haselgrove (4), 1201. ; Bolton (4), 1,0001. ;I Reebdale (3), 1,5001.; Tonge with Alkington (4), 501.; Livesey (6), 1501. ; Leayland (6i), 1501. ; Edenteld (4), 1501.;, Penwortham (6), ,30 . ; Bradford Subscribers-only content

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    I NATIONAL COLONIAL EMIGIATION SOCIBy I 0- Yesterday a meeting took place ins the Egyptian hal, Mansion.house, to promote the objects of this aasecii tion. The Loan M11AYOR ill the chair. Amongst ths4 tresent were Lord Lyttelton, president of Subscribers-only content

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    THE REGISTRATION&. MIDDLESEX. Yesterday, Mr. Edmond IBeales, the barri' appointed to revise the lists of voters for the barrih Dcounty of Middlesex, commenced his duties at the Chbeq 4 InUbridge, er Mr. Harper, from the office of Mr. C. Subscribers-only content

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    BUMM A R V The pauperism of the cotton districts, as an index of tbe distress, shows a favourable decrease. On the ath instant, as we gather from the weekly return of M.r. Fabnall, 182,564 persons were receiving paro- Subscribers-only content

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    W., North way-rd., Coldharbour -lane, builder, July l« Waite A. T., late of Imperial Theatre, Westminster, July 14 Wilkinson J., Alkington, farmer, Jnly 13 Wrightson R., Newport, iron merchant. Jnly 14 Died.- On the 26th June, at Latimer, aired 66 Subscribers-only content

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    and one o'clock at night by an unknown assailant. An attempt was made to wreck a train on Saturday, near Alkington, Salop, by placing a sleeper across the metals. Thomas Robson, a labourer, was sentenced on Satur- day to a Subscribers-only content

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    increase in the value of central jirojiertj*. Gross Brutality to a Horse. - At Whit- church petty sessions, John Hockenhall Alkington, a laige farmer, was charged with shocking cruelty to a horse. While in a mowing machine defendant beat the Subscribers-only content

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    cattle dealer, of Bradenheath, Flintshire, was charged with using violent, threatening, and abusive language to Mr. Thomas Wilson, farmer, of Alkington, near Whitchurch, on the 15th April. Complainant said he went to look at a cow which defendant had in Subscribers-only content

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    in custody by Sergeant Haywood, charged with being found in an outhouse on the premises of Mr. .£. Jones, of Alkington, with the intent to commit a felony. John Millington said : I passed Crump as I was going home Subscribers-only content

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    In the evening a publio meeting was held, and the body of the chapel was well filled. Mr. Hockenhull, of Alkington, an old and tried friend of the cause of Primitive Methodism, presided, and interesting addresses were delivered by the Subscribers-only content

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    oo Jsoe Edwards on tbe 9th I May. Complainant said she and defendant were farm servants at Mr. Davenport's, ef Alkington. As she was fetching the cows op, on .the day in question, defendant struck her in the face with Subscribers-only content

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    John Brereton, Chowley, Chester ; 3, John Mossford, Barton, Malpas; h c, Joseph Boughey, Hurleston, Nantwich ; c, George Bostock, Alkington, Whitchurch. Four cheeses under 50lbs. weight : 1, Edward Richardson. Alpraham Hall, Tarporley; 2, Edward Latham, Wood Gate, Tarporley; Subscribers-only content

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    (Salop) Petty Sessions on Friday, the 24th ult., John Hookenhull Alkington, a farmer, was charged with shocking cruelty to a horse. While in a mowing machine the defendant bad beaten it unmercifully , and bad Struck it on the head Subscribers-only content

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    wars cub-bunted on Saturday, during a capital run, reynard, being hard pressed, bolted into the farmhouse oeuurJied by Mr Batho Alkington, near Whitchurch. Bo ran through ths house into ths milkhonsa, oloseiy followed by the pack, aad after a great Subscribers-only content

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    84 years. On the 16th ult., at Astbury-stroet, Congleton, Emily Bromley, aged 39. On the 17th alt., aged 76, at Alkington, Whitchurch, Anne Redropp, widow of Mr. Thomas Maddocks. On the lith ult., aged 3G, at Tilstock-lane, Whitchurch, Mr. James Subscribers-only content

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