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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At. tornivsP Messrs. clarlk and Richards, Chacer%-Immme. J. MI'Micliael, Penri Cti mtiwrland, mercer. Attorney, Mr. ~Yotmnv7 Charlotte-row, 11ansionl-house. W. Nuns, Allerton B awiter, Yorkshire, roper. Attrnrey, Mr. l~lakelocki Serjeint S-i an. P. Nerris an~d D. Sydekottil~ .-Liverpool, ere~. Attoraies, escrs Subscribers-only content

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    SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZE ' T& Tvriteuall, DBc. 6, 1816. Whereas it hag been hiumbly reapresented to his Royal Hiwhness the Prince Regent. that James WVatson tl)e youmngrer, late of Hyde-street, Bloom.bwary, surgeon, stands choarged lpion oathl, on a violent Subscribers-only content

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    M. Stabbs, liraresborough, scrivecer. [Hawkins & Co. Boswell court, Lin- colo's inu. M. andR . inchManchesterwarehoiEemen. tMakinson&Sanders, Mid.Temple. H. Speiglst, Allerton, Yorkshire, stuff manufaiturer. [Butterfield, Gray's inn sq. J. Clark, Keyingham, Yorkshire, corn factor. [Rosier & Son, Gray's nn. BIRTH. Subscribers-only content

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    Joanna Chatterton, Pendleton, Lancashire, licensed victualler. [Johnson and Co. Temple. W. Wingfield, Mascbrough, Yorkshire, common brewer. [Hudson, Bucklerohury. S. Collison, Allerton, worsted spinner. [Scargill, Hatten colut, Threadneedle street. DIVIDENDS. January 11, R. B. Clarke, Gower street North, plumber- January 16, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arce 10. BANKaRUPTCY ANNULLED. J. Collinson, Allerton, Yorkshire, worsted spinner. 14 BANKRUPTS. W. Harding, Edward street, Portman square, turner. [Ifordaunt, Bolton street. Piccadilly. W. J. Harris, High street, Sosthwark, tailor. [Wellborne, Tooley street. J. Sesrell, Great Dunnow, Essex, grocer. [Wade Subscribers-only content

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    Lincolnshire, sunr- geons-J. and r.. Cusker, Liverpool, mnarine-store duealers-W. B. and R. S. Pretty, TFinlow place, Hackney road, linendrapers-Deakin and Allerton, Liverpool, wbeelwrighlts-T. aod S. IRicardo and Co. Angol court; as far as regards J. L. PRicardo-J. T oll and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F. lnger, Nottingham. druggist-July iCC. N. Cartwright, Deicester, spinner-July 25, H. V. Strond, Spettisbury, Dorsetsluire. mller-July 23, W. Stublbs Chltppei Allerton, Yokltshire; innheeper-July 29, E. Jennings. Hor.sforth, Yorklshire, miller-July 19, S.Gilbson, York, licensed victataler-Jul, 19, T. WVrighlt. Derby, cheese fictor-July Subscribers-only content

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    iroumsngor-May 25, W. Martin, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, joinor-May 25, B. N. Dodd, Htmon-le aote, Durham, grocer-Mav 25, Joseph Wood and James Weed, Allerton, Bradford, spinner-May 26, F-. Kay, Sheffield, cut nail mauniuc- trsrerMay 26, Anne Bsailes, Doncesler, licensed victualler. Cesltificales to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    do Gain-On tlsa 38th i~tt Captain B. A. Ingljefleld, R.N., to Eliza Fanny, second daughter of B. Johnston B Egl., Allerton Hell,neat Liverpssel-On thle Othisnlst., Lady Emily CathsrinetIarE 1~second daughitor of atoe Earl at Liotosrel, to Mr J. WV. Bechor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him. The stranger was soon ready, and they set off on horseback, Metcalf taking the lead. When they came to Allerton, the gentleman inquired, whose large house that was on the right, to which Metcalf replied without hesitation. A little Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . I. 10 ew Bond street Alexander Rev. C. 90 Guildford street, Russell equare Alexander James B. 56 Moutagn square Allerton Richard, 67 Alma terrace, Mile end Allison George, Warnford court Alliff Samunel, 1 Melville terrace, Clorketlwell Allwrlght William, 56 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Saturday Evening. PRUSSIA. BauINw, Feb. 14.-In to-day's sitting of the Prussian Chambers the Right and Left introduced their proposals in reference to the German question. M. Von Carlowitz made one proposition for the recognition of the Kingdom Subscribers-only content

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    14th, at M~almesbury, the wife of Dr Salter, Of a aceOII-On thel 1th, the wife of W. Scrope Ayrton, Esq., Allerton hill, of twins: son and daughter-On the lath, at 19 St George's square, the HIon. Mrs H. Maude, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    considerable interest the struggles and the hopes of greatly varying natures before the grand result of matrimony is attained. " Allerton is one of the small, sleepy little towns which drag on an unprosperous existence in the rural districts of Subscribers-only content

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    of genuine relief that we can turn to the quiet everyday life of " 21irs. Grey's Reminiscences." FRANK ALLERTOS. Frtaiz Allerton : an Autobiography. By Auggustas Mongredlen. London: Tinsley and Co. There is one grand mistake which runs from end Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    team, who acored r- 164 to the South's 79.oua A. Ii. Heath, b..........2-21Bokb......... ie J. 1.7s. Cupestake, ha ........ 3 Allerton, e Heath.......... 7 it H. Shaw, b............. 2 1P. Carter,bI .............. 3 55i S. 0' ols S . 1R.. Subscribers-only content

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    R. T. Tuntecliffe. litho- d graphic printter, Euston Strcet, wias charged with fraudu- 34 lently obtaimingg :£300. from James Cunningham, Allerton - Street, Burnloy. Tuiuneclitfe, it is alleged, hind induced d l Cunstingham to cener imlto partnershtip with him, statin Subscribers-only content

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    work. Twenmlow played very flene cricket, Isis 32 being made sap of four 11's, two 3's, three 2's, and singles. Allerton eAnl Mr. J. V'. Hop- kins, the two lest sifeen, played wall, putting on 31 race, bringing up ties Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nijfhit's Gazette,) ADJIUI)ICATIONS. JAMEs GRAY Unsc, Side Farm, Allerton, Yorkshire, farmer. EDWARD BunRCITrL n, trading as P. and E. Mlalirtt, at Briggate, Tiimble Bridlge, Kirksate, and North Cliff, Hyde Park, all Leeds, hosier, physician, and surgeon. CIlARLEsGRALCa5, L'Bank Street, Lecds,and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T . Silvester, Ilird and Allerton being fleelt entrustod withs tise ir bowling. A good beginning wae made on behalf of the betting ig team, a smart leg hit for 4 by StIvester off Allerton making, %vlth G the previous Subscribers-only content

 

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