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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    time to disengage the apparatus, otherwise his master would have been suffocated. CHcARCOAL.-An aged widow lady, named Standley, residing at Alveston, near Stratford-on-Avon, attended by a daughter and a servant, were in the habit of sleeping in one room, and Subscribers-only content

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    after a brief visit to this country. Lord Ducie has taken a large farm adjoining the Ex- ample Farm, at Alveston, which, we understand, be intends to lay down entirely in tillage, by way of expe- riment and example, on Subscribers-only content

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    who is described as a financial agent and money-lender, sought to recover a aiunt of :£60. from Major Fownrscui, of 'Alveston d Manor House, Stratford-on-Avon, on a bill of cn exchange. It appeared that'the bill had beon tr drawn -by Subscribers-only content

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    l amaold, late builder, of Witton itoad, Birmninghsam, now in lodgings. Theplaintiff in tire case was T'rillin Nock, briekm.lcor, of Alveston whose olaim, with costs, was about £40. It -wavs statea that the value of the property is about U135., Subscribers-only content

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    WORCESTER. o . 1 . _,. to SUioCDE9.-On Sunday evening James Bishop (37), ] It horsLhair-drcsser, Fish Street, committed suisideby hang- i n ing himself to the door of his bed room. Deceased had 1, come from Manchester some Subscribers-only content

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    half-brother to Lowland Chief running in something superior to selling plates. Sir Reginald, who folloxyed him home, easily secured the Alveston Plato on the following day, although backers were dubious as to whether Longfellow might not trouble him, and so Subscribers-only content

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    the County Petty Sessions, yes- terday, Robert Payne, of Loxley, was charged with illegally fishing in the river Avon, at Alveston, on SundiAy, the 22nd inst.-The defendant was seen fishing in water rented bylMr. Charles Knight. Hle had no authority Subscribers-only content

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    ascd other Gem Rings is Weddinlg Rinse, Keepersl. Stssds, Pius, Lncleetn,, Brooches, Brsavlets, t~- s~tcwgCtssssand hedJesgltey. - 42o STRATFORD ON-AVON. "ALVESTON FLOWER SI-MOW- -ThiS popular event took jrace yesterday, in the grounds of Avon C.iffe, the reti- dencea of i-jir Subscribers-only content

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    season. Both perch and roach are going vell, and several heavy catches have been made near Hampton Lucy, in the Alveston o1 water, and at the Stannells. Stewed malt is found to be the most effective bait. A good basket. Subscribers-only content

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    mutilated remains of several il, kinds of fish have been lately discovered on the banks ot le the river near Alveston, - proving beyond doubt that the ilY river is frequented by otters. dy TiDia (LuDLOW).-The Teme and all the Subscribers-only content

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    but the neat day, with precisely the same hbait, the fish refused to bite. An expert Stratford angler, fsieltg at Alveston, landed a mag- atilcont bream, weighing over 61hb. Another person caught 251b. of roach at Efatton Ilock, wvhich is. Subscribers-only content

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    ; but in this case the amount will, it is believed, be u covered by insurance. A large tree in Alveston parish was torn to pieces by the lightning. Fortunately, no one was iS hurt. I The new Parish Church- Subscribers-only content

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    some excellent sport has been met with. Tue favourite resorts continue to he the upper water, in the neighhourhood of Alveston and Hampton Lucy and like- wise at Wolford and Binton. Lower down the stream .some capital catches of bream Subscribers-only content

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    easy of access to visitors both by road aen rail, being S situated in the grounds at the rear of Alveston y Manor Hence, on the Banbury Road, about a h mile from the railway* station. It is nineteen T Subscribers-only content

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    the river and to bring down :oa)err he avater. Under favourable conditions a beavy hat ig roach was made at Alveston a few dlays ago anlld n r,, ug said to be tolerably good at Salford Priors and lakr , Subscribers-only content

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    and bream are going later than usual, and some fair sport ha been met with, especially in the neighbourhood o. Alveston, wbere the river is in fine angling condition. Thd chub have afforded some good sport with a new bait Subscribers-only content

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    evenings there is a greatfalling-off in the number of fishermen. The ,groach are taking malt freely between Stratford and r Alveston, and some fine fish over a pound weight were caught a few days- ago. Pike fishing has commenced, but Subscribers-only content

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    been very fortunate in their takes of reach. TsII AVON (STRATFOssD.ON.AVON).-Pike-f3lsling hab been going on in the upper wvator towards Alveston the last few days with considerable success, and a great quantity of lsh has been landed with spinning baits. Subscribers-only content

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    met with in close proximity to decayingweeds. Very little has been done with other kinds of fish. Tlie neighbeorlood of Alveston andi Hampton Lucy contin ies to be the favourite locality. Not much fishing has been done in the lower Subscribers-only content

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    Strong, from Bimmingham. was sentenced to six months' T ii imprisonment, with hard labour, for brutally assaulting iPonice-cnstable Cull, at Alveston. The prisoner struc the officer across the head with a piece of iron gaspiping, and afterwards drawing a knife Subscribers-only content

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