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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gun in his back, It appears that among the st party wbich met for a day's sport on Mr. West's Alscot [r. estates were Captain Alston, Major Hamilton, hMessrs. J. Dn 1:. and Leonard West, Spencer Lucy, J. F. Starkey, Subscribers-only content

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    single specirren. of ornamental feligeg plant, in bloom or not) : Brize, Jimas Iinaclsslono, gardener to J. R. Weat, Esqg., Alscot) Park. Cuissill (for thiebent -six begonins, variegated, different, SinIlocom or not) : Prize, Thomas Xempstor, gardener to B. Cri Subscribers-only content

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    Learning- ton, viz., the Kenilworth Bufiet, exhibited at the London Exhibition of 1851, and now in Warwick Castle, and the Alscot Buffet, exhibited at Manchester. The absence of any contribution from the above firm in the present London Exhibition has Subscribers-only content

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    (Astley Castle), Rev. B. and Mrs. 'Waller, Mr. and lre, F, Dilke, lr, and Mrs. Digby, Mr. ntnd DIr, West (Alscot), Mrs. and Mliss Shirley, Mr. and ire. Manley, Mr., Mrs., and AllMe Hall, BIfss Bass and Mr. .A. ilo8s, Subscribers-only content

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    the gentry in the neighbourhooil. On Wednesday his Royal Highness set out for the seat of James WeAst, Esq., at Alscot, near Stratford-ois-Avon, ou his way to London." During the hall, his Royal Highness seems to have made a speech, Subscribers-only content

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    of 10 1 per cent. on thmeir rentals will be imLede at the Novomber audit. lr. J. B. West, of Alscot Perk, Stratford-on- Avon, hns addressed a letter to his tottite, propmosinig to poshnei hllais Iiahaelmas renit dmly, usually held Subscribers-only content

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    hcard in which the Shipston.oneStour Locomotie and Coal Company were the defendnatiN tlhe com- slainart being 11Ir. JoSeph 1Wooriwartt, of Alscot PErl. Mlr, J. Lane, of titratford-on.Avonr appeared ior the complaisantt; and Mr. Colmore (barrister, Midland Circuit) defended. The first Subscribers-only content

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    -solicitors, No, 4, Bloomsbury Square ; personelty ;£355.000. The testator gives legacies to numerous eliarities.-Of Mr. James Boberts-West, late of Alscot Parl, Gloucestershire; ieersonalty £135,000:-Of Mr. George Colett, late of Walters Hall, Alonkton, Isle of Thanet; persocnalty '£66,000.-Of Miss Maria Subscribers-only content

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    h B~irnn in'am ; or to 6eaa Ldolihrsai n it Street, lii risiogham. ~ ~ ~ I~e, 1 M. ~~~ilow00d, Alscot flaod; free til i bath rooni," ev.,Ci ceping. £S35.-Aiiilylet utr ~1SU~LlY.-Moad wifle, Myi od door. A Fy rei grnoxcd, Subscribers-only content

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    broken wrist. WinLLED BY A CRiCnET BALL.-On Monday Mr. Wilitans Carter, coroner for East Surrey, held an inquest at the Alscot Arms, Willos, Walk, Bermondsey, on tso body of Johul Bertram Renidle, aged twelve years, the son of a pub- Subscribers-only content

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    the Danish Butter Company, Kidderminster, provision dealer Join G. GoonMAte, Nelson Terrace, Nelson Road, St. John's, Worcester, lately trading at Alscot toad, Berniondsey, Surrey, leather-dresser. Joesu T. PAFsosst, Newport, Monmoutlhshire, innkeeper and I greengrocer. I PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Arthur J. W. Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. LEAMIN'WTON. TeAP ACCIDENT.-A somewhat alarming accident occurred underthe Bath Street railway bridges yester- day morning. A trap, containing Sir Charles Mordaunt's son and two ladies, eves being oriven by Mr. Richards. I the stud-groom, when the horse Subscribers-only content

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    SO - T - I _ I SPRTN . IW - 2o the Editor of the _Daiy Po5-Sir,'The wnriableness of ourelimate has manifeted itelf again dring the Present weekfor it placed a veto ig t held at the epostpo Subscribers-only content

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    SCARBOROUGH. LATEST AnnivrALs.-The following is a list of rO some of our latest arrivals -Captain Giodby, RA. ; Mrs. he Hanson and Miss, Derryquin Castle, Kerry; J. T. Leather, Ire Esq., and family, Leventhorp-hall, Leeds; Ven. Timbrill, It D.D., Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON COTTON MARKET, FiRiAY. Market quiet. The following were the quotations:- Madras-Tinnevelly, good fair 41d., good 5fd.; Western, fair Lfd., good fair 4*d., good 4?d. Ncrthern, good fair 44d., good 4,sd.; Coconada, fair 4 7-16d., good fair 4 9-16L, Subscribers-only content

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    franc libclvcstoslifCr Lii-ooArlicC tNln.7 XV, hy ls Layinsia, at Noe 'Mk. Aic a Ilsi-ct les. V Mes~cifromi 2;ottr;-dasi lee Sansstrnniss, Alscot) 1] lat, 45 N.,, Is-si'. 12 XV., Alsilchiocs bhocusc, of iriuscO EclsWard Islandc, Apr-il 7., jei. 52 N., oecrg. Subscribers-only content

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    hope taheight psovs a worthy Successor to one of the most ills-trious Derby winners of recent yea'rs. His delict at Alscot w!, .atiytlivsZ hit lcrOurog-ing, hut excuses were madce. It wiis ho's- hie 'sushI show his true form yesterday. He Subscribers-only content

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    NEwS OF THE WEEK. HOt'sE OF LORDS, THURSnAY -The period of the proroga- tion having expired this day, the Parliament re-assembled pro feorc. The Lord Chancellor entered the House at two o'clock, 'and the Commodes were summoned to hear Subscribers-only content

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    by victuallers; George Stevens, Prince of Wales, Riley-street, Great George-street ; Charles Donate, Queen's Head, Fendall-street, Grange-walk; Frederick Oliver Smith, Alscot Arms, Alscot-road, Grange-road.- Licenses refused. Queen Victoria, Blue Anchor-road.-William Fox, in his petition, stated that he bad occupied the Subscribers-only content

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    I GENERAL LICENSING (EETING. I Ilford, September 20. The magistrates of this division just a fortnight ago, and heard applications for new licenses. Since then they inspected the houses for which licenses were asked, and to-day they gave their Subscribers-only content

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