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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. I Tuesday, September 9. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. J. Lloyd and R. K. Parker, Lower Homeeton, Hackney, builders - J. Htobeck and J. Jennens, Princes street, Hanover square, gold lacermn-R. F. Hews and G Hews, Storrington, Sussex, Subscribers-only content

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    SHROPSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS. These Sessions terminated yesterday. Mr. W.. L. Lowndes presided in tho firstcoart, and Mr. A. Salweyin the ebcond. -William Fowles, labourer,pleadedgniltytostealing a gun, at Whitchurcis, asd was sentenced to three months' imprisonment.-Thomas Clarlxecharged with stealing a Subscribers-only content

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    POLLING PLACES IN THlE WEST-RICING OF THE COUNTY OF X'HK, AS SrTTiO!D by .Statute 2 apid 3Witillaias IV. Cap. 64, Ser. 291, SrliinethX. WAK EFI ELD, H1A1.I FA X, SETILE, SHEFFIELD, BiRADFORD, I6NARESBRO GH, DlONCASTER4, 13ARiNSLEIN, SK6IPTON, SNAriTH, LEEDS, Subscribers-only content

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    £~~~bp auction. IDLE GREE, N~hR BADa0R.- YMir. T. ING AM111, atth I il1 partl ocuped by MI. John `HltateGen alforesaid on Nonday, thre 27iih Niotembit, 1837. A LL the WORSTED MACHINERY, &c. rle'hjh q~w~ sea plnn~o~g es, %,95pindles each, Subscribers-only content

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    CONTEMPLATED RESTRICTIONS ON I LINEN YARN IN ERANCE. (From thie Courier of Mlonray, Jan. Ist, 1838.) A matter is at this moment tinder discussion in France, that ought to awaken some attention In this country. Our readers, perhaps, uniy Subscribers-only content

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    tIYORKSHIRE LENT ASS-IES. CROWN COURT-SATURDAY, AIAItCa 10. CBavoOts THOirAs STAABIE, ES2. Q.C,) i.n conoequerice of the indisposition of Mr. Justice Coleridge Mr. STARtXI presided as Judge. BURGLARY AT SOUTHOWRAII ELLIS NICHOLL (50), was charged with having, on the e Subscribers-only content

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    All=== j cu~~~~~hT 3Bifi~ ~~~~a | c e On the l4th inst. at Bromptoni near London, the lady o f an Tri Jamaes Scott, Esq. Lincoln's Ina Fields, of a son. !larss, Same day, at Spring Wood. near Huddersfield, Subscribers-only content

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    LONVDON GAZETTE, FRIDAY, Sept. 18. 3 ) a~~~ANKRUJPTS. AC t :;f lusgs JN sf Csee,, Cvl ioo-, in llfid,!'eser are heMl at the ° L CvoiQmtIaioner. Cullr. Basirs4ae2j Street, London. 4ALA K ING, Frederick, Of Lar1gley street, Longorcre, in Subscribers-only content

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    A! U Aft Marrilages sent from a distance must be authenticated by the sigaetare aron of on r agnt, or by that of a known eor. vespotadent. On the 3d inst. at Farnley Hall, near this town, the lady Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE, TUESDAY, Jan. 26. ... ,<,,s, s~~~~~~~~aun. Zjr BANEKRtUPTS. BUTT Joseph, of No. 18, Mortimer-itreet, In the county of Mldd!eex, and t dward Butt, of the same place, linen dra.. te pers, to sur. Feb. 2, at 11. Subscribers-only content

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    A N C I N G.-MR. FOSTER rESPeCtfUlly -'A announces to his Friends end the Public. that hi,;S A UMN QUARTER will commence on MiONDAY, the 1ith ofc, h October. of C( Schools and Private Families attended within Twenty Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LEEDS. 0 NORTH WEST 1VARD.-SO far as the canvass of this a ward has proceeded, we understand there is the fLirest pros- . sect of the success of the Liberal candidate. But with this a] thle Refiormers Subscribers-only content

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    led lie ' 4VlttWt J., On Tursay, t S. Magart'sWeeMinster, by the. Rev. he un rossSir gWilliaimAmcotts lilglby, Bart., of Ripley rt Castle, in this county, andettlethorpe Park, Lincolnshire, in- to Mfary Anne, only daughter of John Clementson, Esq., Subscribers-only content

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    THE LEEDS, BRADFORD, & HALIFAX RAILWAY. I "'DIRECT LINE." I TO THE EDITORS OF THE LEEDS MERCURY. d GENTLEIIEN,--The importance of carrying into effect the formation of a line of Railway from near the Cosunercial Buildings, d it being Subscribers-only content

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    SpRING HEAD. SADDLE WORITH. NEAR, OLDHAM. F HAUBEFREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD 'ESTATES, Ai COTTAGES, CHqF RENT &c By Order of the Asstginoes of time Estate of Mr. Wvililamn Taylor, a Banirupt, by Mr. W. H. FLETCHER, at the House of Subscribers-only content

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    ~~~~~~~~~~~Gr tt 3bt tJ~~~~~t. ~of ~~~~~~~an O LET, with immediate Possession, the SHOP Pe It and HOUSE, 175, BRIGOATIL. with handsome Plate Glass ¶ Windows. Also a large WAREHOUSE contiguous. Apply at Pa No. 14, Briggate. W PL TPO Subscribers-only content

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    o v pprfatioInt ~r~mt j UL L, SHEFFIELD, AND MIDLAND plRtR lLWAY.-~~N4Tlcr is hlereby given, that ifajnIS intended to be made to Parliament in the next Ifir leave, to bring in. a bill o il o aigin sia)oig a Subscribers-only content

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    BRADFORD. t. 1. REP0Fnn tmON OF BRtADFORD.-The requisition .to Messrs. BAsifeild and Thompson to become candidates for the'borough of Bradford, in the event of allelection, had at the. commiucement of the week received 750"eignatures. This number, togrther With the Subscribers-only content

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    T.EEDS AND LIVERPOOL CANAL AND AM JUi DOIUGLAS NAVIGATION.NOTICE IS hereby given, AC~ tie that the next GNERAI, ASSEMBLY of the Companyv of octur. or Prorieoreof he anl Nvigitin fomLeeds to Liverpool receive th and isee te popretor, b Subscribers-only content

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    WAKEFIELD MECHANICS" INSTITUTION ANNUAL SOIREE.. ANNUAL SOIREE.. s at ver The annual soiree of this institute was held i ator the Music-saloon, Wood-street, on Wednesday last Tf0 It Saloon was tastefully decorated with laurels and eveh oO greens, and Subscribers-only content

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