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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    seat in the direction at the disposal of the Crown. W. EVANS, EsQ., late M.P. for North Derbyshire. died at Allestree hall on Tuesday. He had for some time past been subj-ct to faint- ing fits, and on the day Subscribers-only content

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    FATAL BATiiNG AcoeDENiT NEAR DERaY--On Satur. s day afterunoos a youth nau~gdCpOwald Heath,' who livedt ,s with his parents at Allestree, near Derby, was drowned is wils bathing-in the Derwent. 0 A'TJ~rut r'o Wsssoic A TRAIN.- An attempt was fhado' Subscribers-only content

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    followsa :-Sudbury I Plate, JESSAXIMLE or VCLLAGE BOY; Eleesatee Castle Plate, I 1ArPeROVEcrIrcrT or SPEcosos; Chratsworthr Plate, LAriES5AN' or WUraexc~IE; Allestree Plate, ToilBoy or KEr AUSSi; Friary Nursery, JUNrO or BELn3rin. Thursday Night. VERITAS. ' DERBY RACES.-Yr-STERDrAY. That the Derbynsuesting Subscribers-only content

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    Sgdbury FeatherA: ed Plate; and Tita, who started In equal deanoEod wth the unlucky A' Kinfauns, succeeded In lind~ing the Allestree Plate. Betting on C be the Manchester Handicap is fully detailed balow. tet A SErLLING HUNTRSca' FLAT RACE PLATEs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the proceedings were taken were i not of frequent occurrence in actions of this kind. The plaintiff, Mrs. Sarah Elizaheth Allestree, who resided at Burton-on-Trent, was a married woman who, after a very Y short period of wedded life, was Subscribers-only content

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    !: liO -iot see that Tita or King Priam can win the race Ollal, although the first named secured the Allestree 1 :e, at leilby vcstcrilay, in good form. I shall resecrvo !iglht of a fintal selection for my overtight Subscribers-only content

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    and Grip Fast.Y( Ir HORSES STRUCK OUT OF THEIR, ENGAGEMENTS. P: ic November 14, at 2.58 p.m.. Gisela, out of Allestree Plate, P ls Derby. At 4.3 p.m., Carrie Roy, out, of all engagements; It so TItebalis, out of November Subscribers-only content

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    Plate to Q;UCKSIGHT or FarIses. On Wed- nesday the Friary Nursery may be won by NOrr.MANDY or DEvurs OwS, the Allestree Plate by HoLLe or RED PALMER, the Doveridge Stakes by STAwSVEER.Y FHIL or POSZA, the Quorndon Plate by REFLEcTIoN Subscribers-only content

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    Selling Plate, DO)aNA SYLV or 1iN HLNNINGOTN ; Chatswurth Plate, ALBxaTOs or STU Ci SoNG; Quiorudon Plate, P4xy,raWLON or RsvrExONos Allestree Plate, HoLLY or Gsxs-'vicH; Friary Nur- 6t sery, L-AsrREur or SCOrCH BAsiL; Doveridge Stakes, SesitwexenIY HILL or Poyzs.x YLRITAS. Subscribers-only content

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    heifers under three years old: lst prize, £5., William Fletcher, Radmantlevaite: 2nd, £'3., John Faulkner, Bretby; 3rd, £2., John Tonlison, Allestree. CLASS 5.-Pair of lilifers, most adapted for dairy purposes, belonging to a Tenant Farmer: First prize, £3., Joln Porter, Subscribers-only content

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    busincos of the nation and to your lscal Interests. I ns, Gentlemen, Your faithful and obedient Servant, THOMtAS WILLIAM EVANS. Allestree{ Hall, Derby, 14th 3tay, 1i69. 239 TO THE BURGESSES AND ELECTORS Or THE BOROUGH OF STAFFORD. Ge:NTLEPSESN,- T HE Subscribers-only content

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    busiriess of the nation snd to your local interests, I alu, Gentlemen, Your faitirful and obedient Servant, THOMAS WILLIAM EVANS, Allestree HIell, Derby, l4th May, 1869. 239 TO THE BURGESSES AND ELECTORS OF TIll} BOROUGH OF STAFFORD. GENTLEMEN,- T HE Subscribers-only content

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    and Cliffvale); Tipton, Trentham, Tutbury, Uttoxeter, Welsall, St. Mattherw's; Weston on-Trent, Weston-under-Lyziard, Woistanton, Wolverhampton, St. M.'ary's, and Wyrley.- Derbpshire: Alfreton, Allestree, Ashbourne, Aston, Belper' Chesterfield, Clay Cross, Clifton, Cubley; Derby, Al Saints; Derby, St. Ann's; Derby, St. Blichael's; Duffild, Elvaston, Subscribers-only content

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    of thle firm of -anmuel Smith tidl G o., balnncers. It is generawlly believed that Ms. T. NY. Evans. of Allestree, near Derhy, who set for tre divisi~on for many years, xiii offer himself, but Ire left for Italy a Subscribers-only content

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    to S-nly Hoonc in severn dlays twonty-thneo hours and seventeen uininutent of aetusi time. A dIreadfutnl occurrence tobk place at Allestree, a. small village near Derby, on Slunda y. Two youn1g fellows, farms aervantl, loft oons n;bout tens o'clcslc for Subscribers-only content

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    lteliirctent oiiit or (te .lfim't- cites Iose Cut utalts stileo sjrjinw atr faiters liraforril. P thni atr annivle.- Iftardalaie. 1 Allestree Vmillws, Derwniten ((rae, ('tote Ytale Catrblcriill. cl'22 XL taaiug slet' ootsisolittto ihl. it tit'sa, Comntuttist fr.oa ltiuttfactairecs only. Ja Subscribers-only content

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    c2il7 'OO9DUN-AGI2NT.-A tentlemnsl wselehestoileopreseotlone or two 1. is.;t-hoes Ifonee. Cot slllils, WINre sp1rings, 00 ftillerO 9Irefl'sod nitroi for 1ilt.l0elt, 1, Allestree Villas.,, Derweost (Itove, I~or. v Val c, Cawliherwooll, c27liS ['N-PLATi.'-:-Traveller texpcrienced), vvith COllnedtionllill Blt- rnrl sitsliani, '11101w lte-eosgag~eluelt. First-clots Subscribers-only content

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    Erollilef- wer;rti, Weston ; and dir. P. Wie Willinctorl ll, Foal Mr. ZT H. Haw wrh Longioa Pit'. F. H~rrisoss. Allestree Farm. ; nite Mr. J. (Irtss;cisr, ahawle~y. Two-year-'oldI gelding, Mir. \V. 1. Potter, Lcuk' bingtoss Ground ; Mir. P. Subscribers-only content

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    out of Derby engagocuments; Lycetmn and Juica IN.enunriug, nout of all engagements ; Afar, out of Severn Weltcr, Shrewohury, antI Allestree l'lato-, Derby,; Sssnburn, osst of Beaudesert Welter, Derby; Despot, out of Chesterfield and F1riary Nscrserieo, Derby;, La Merreille, oste Subscribers-only content

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    - 78 0 ILinden .. 4s6 10 Zatooni .a7121 Queena of theT. Y. C...3610 Blisotp itrteo ' 57 10 The ALLESTREE PLATE Of 153 sovs; winnere after November1l. 7111. of 270 nays 12th extra ;professional riders 4th extra. One mile. Subscribers-only content

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