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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £6, ; Earl of Hatrowby, Bandon Hall, 2ad, 24 six entries, Snnnr.-Leleater and other long-woolled breeds.- Bams: Mr. Edward Foster, Alkmonton, Derby, 1st prize, £5, and the soolety's silver medal, and 2ad, £3.; Mr. J. G. Watkins, Droitwich, highly commended; Subscribers-only content

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    £2., George Dryer, Markeaton; 3rd, £i1., Sansuel Saint, Allkusoatun. CLASS 25.-Five Long-woolled ewve lausbs : 1st prize, CS., Samuel Saint, Alkmonton; 2nd, £3., Charles Boseworth, Dishley. CLss 26.-Long-woolled ram of any age above a shearin"- 1st prize, £3., Mr. Thomas Subscribers-only content

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    S. Dale, M.A.,,Vicar of Diariord: Vicar of Lydd, Kent- patron, the Archbishop of Canterbury. Rev. W. B. 3learden, Vicar of Alkmonton, Derbyshire-patron, Mitr. T. W. Evans. Rev. W. J. Earle, curate; Rector of 3 Great Yeldnam, Essrex, and a Sarrogate Subscribers-only content

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    shares of.g3 each. - DIBECTOBS. 3ir Francis Knowles, Bert., M.A., F.ItS., Mayfield, Ryde, Isle of Wight, Chrirman.' Charles Dunlop, Esq., Alkmonton, Ashtsourrnc-grove, Dulwics, S.E. Johi Tucker, Eso., Talbot Hlouse,'Rickmanawsorth, Herts. SoLrcnToas.-MessrS. Birecall, Vood, and Co., 5, Mark-laun, E. O. BANrEls.-The Subscribers-only content

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    Pole anl d John Leaper Newtoni, Efqrs. Cure ~~~~Kedlefloii Welton Uniderwood, Lord Sca~rfdale CieThomaus Windley Hill, & Burley TonaEvsfq CooperJohn Alkmonton Toa vnEq ¶Rev. Richard Rowland Ward, Committee of the Eatate Crackile Johno Dabry Leof Win. Cotton, Efq. *Croxall Jofeph Subscribers-only content

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    Fair._The Owner may have her again by telling the markes and paying all reasonable expenses, by applying to JoISN Coorvxt, Alkmonton, near Ashborne. February 18th, 1823. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, In a large Room at the Rodsncy Inn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gate, in this O ar tha, relict of the Rev. T. F. Twigge, aged 79. Od th dist Instant, at Alkmonton, in the parish of Longford, tl; ,4 *annah, relict of the late M1r. John Saint, of Lercaston, ° it Subscribers-only content

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    Etwall Alorley wood Findern Normanton Wiln & Shardlow Hopwell Ockbrook I ASHBOURNE POLLING DISTRICT. Ashboutne Hartington Nether Osleston & Thur. Alkmonton Quarter vaston Atlow Hollington Osmaston next Barton Blount Hognaston Ashbourne Ballidon flulland Parwich- Bentley tlulland Ward Ravensdale Park Boylstone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hunt, Jun. ironmonger, of Di n this town, to Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Mr. ns Joseph Foster, of Alkmonton, farmer. ev( nr On Thursday last, at St. Ailkmund's Church, Mr. John Ar 0, larrison, joiner and cabinct-maker, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Courts for revising the Lists of in respect of Property situate in the several Town- ~'. shbourne I Bniveton Alkmonton j Longford Atlow Marston Montgomery i Barton Blount llappleton Ballidon Mercaston , Bentley Mugginton -Boylatono Newton Grange Bradley Norbury Subscribers-only content

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    by the strike, to be thrashed by ( the owner. Descriptive Catalogues may be had on the Premises at a' Alkmonton; of the Auctioneer, and of Messrs. Dawnon and A Hobson, Printers, Ashboarn. 13Y NMR1. C lOsS. STANTON BY DALE. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; and for further , information enquire at the Office of Mir. Wise, Solicitor, Ashbourn. r Ashbourn, Feb. 5thi 1839. ALKMONTON. XTFNSIVE Sale of FARMI1NGtR,-ST4CKy . .Eflifusehold Furniture, Dairy Utensbils, B Ofing Ven. t sels, Linen, &c.,, TO BE SOLD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Henry Stretton, Windle Farm, Sutton-on-the-Hill, to Miss Maria Jano Saint, youngest daughter of Mr. Samuel Saint, the Dairy House, Alkmonton. POVS2S-BRExTsAL-On the 8th instant, at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Belper, by the Rev. J. F. Neale, Mr. Mark Poyser, Subscribers-only content

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    to Eliza, oldest daughter of Mr. E. Clark, of ai- Pentrich. SusaIT--S;.ITH-On Wednesday, July 12tb, at St. John's is. Church, Alkmonton, by the Rev. A. Slight, M.A., vicar,. er- sssisted by the Rev. J. B. Slight, M.A., of Brighton Col- Subscribers-only content

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    church, Derby, 201.; Methodist Free Chrrch, Becket- stret, 71. 13s. 5d.; Willirgton church, 31. 16s.; Somersal Herbert church, 21. ; Alkmonton church, 11. 2s.; Barton Blount church, 41. Is. 6d.; Crich h morc, 31. 2s. 10d.; Smalley church, 6L 4S. Subscribers-only content

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    I i9strid etot s I . - _ I LOCKINGTON.- Ov--nSEz~s.-The following have been appoint~d over- seers of the poor for the ensuing year, viz., Mr. J. T. Hat7' chott, farmer, and Mr. Janmes Watson, farmer; and for Remington, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -7 4 7 Stauton-by-Bridge and Swarkieston 7 7 0 Shardlow Church- -9 15 4 Foremark ditto ?? 1 15 0 Alkmonton ditto- 1 11 0 Barton Blount ditto - -4 1 6 Crich ditto - - 3 6 0 Heasham Subscribers-only content

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    at Lady-day next, a Certificated MIS- _ TRESS, for a small Church of England Village School (mixed).-Address Rev. A. SLIGHT, Alkmonton ted Vicarage, Derby. ae- WATANTED, an intelligentYOUNGMANas WARE- _ TY HOUSEMAN in a manufactory.-Address, Box ant No. 78, Post Subscribers-only content

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    proceed to appoint a MEDICAL OFFICER DA .for the Longford District 1 The District comprises the following Parishes, viz.: folly Alkmonton, Bentley Iungry, Brailsford, Hohlington, N Longford, Mercaston, Rodsley, Shirley, Stydd, and and Yeaveley. N The salary will be 241. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    taken in sixpenny admissions. The judges h were Mr. LUDLOW, of Roseland Farm, Chesterfield; and S Mr. JOHN SAINT, of Alkmonton; Stewards-Messrs. S. WADE, NUTTALL, HALL, and RADFORD. Mr. CORBETT'S t . arrangements, as usual, gave perfect satisfaction, and , Subscribers-only content

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