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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the fo'rmation of a. new domestic establishment t Ofrcoumre the peculiar cirinmstapces of thLeaase were not rde knorn to the clergymran wvho p'erformed the c,,ere ony.3e~ret.,: 'R:0,, - - - DEATh.- At Carhead, Ynrkshire, on tise 11th instaot, Lady Amcotts. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out of business. A. 6. Hamilton, Newcastle upon Tyne, agent. C. Harding, Wakefield street, Gray's inn lane, schoolmaster. G. Robinson, Amcotts, Lincolnshire, boot and shoe maker. R. M'Gregor, Manchester, coach maker. S. B. Parsons (otherwise B. Parsons), York road, Lambeth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y. Butler, Bart., 31.P. Dfewhths.-Ofn the 14th inst., at the icouse of John Clescten,'son, Esq., Abingdon street7 )Westminster, Sir Willuamn Amcotts Ingilby, Iart., of Ripley castle, Yoak. shire, and Kettlethorpe park, Lincolnshire, aged 0-On ithe 1 2th inst., at Edge- Subscribers-only content

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    hlutionen1ipeut. BUCKINGHAMSHtIRE. The Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli, Mr C. G. Du Pre, Conservatives; and Mr N. G. Lambert, a Liberal, were on Thursday elected without any opposition as members for the County of Buckingham. No other candidate having been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l Lanarksbire (South) . Hamilton . . .1 Leeds . . . . Carter. . ,. l Lincolnshire (Mid) . Amcotts . Liverpool . . . Rathbone . London University . Loivwe . . . . .1 Merthyr Tydvil . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    United Ireland, in which £3,050. damiages were obtained, Mr. O'Brien will apply for a new trial. The Crown living of Amcotts, near Doncaster, of the M valse of £360. a year, is placed at the disposal of Mrl. so Gladstone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    happened on Thursday, under circumstances of a most painful nature. It appears that a family party, comprising Weston Cracroft Amcotts, Esq., High Sheriff of the county, Captain C(racroft, 11.N. (whose gallant services in New Zialand, while commanding the Niger, have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , Lord Pelham Lichfield . Colonel Dyott Liverpool . , hr. Rathbone Lord Sandon Mr. Graves Lincoln (Mid.) . Colonel Amcotts ,,Ir. Chaplin LaImbeth . M. Ald. J. C. Lawrence Mr. MoArthur Leeds . , Mr. Baincs Ar. Carter Ir. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the division list:- AYS Acland, T. D. Egerton, Hn. F.' Monsell, lY. Agar-Eilis, L. G. Enfiels. Viscount Morgan, G. 0. Amcotts, Col. W. Ennis, Jno. Jas. Morley, Samuel Anirobus, Edmund Esmondc, Sir J. Morrison, W. Armitstead, George Eykyn, Roger Mundeoib Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. Ewing Miller. John Agar-Ellis, L.a. Eykyn, "oer Mltc~heU., T. A. Allen, W. S. FitzGerald, 0. A. blonk, C. J. Amcotts, CoL. W. Fitzmaurloo. Lord Monsoll, W. Amnory, John H. ltzwilliam, C, Morgan, a. 0. Anderson, Geo. Fiteseililam, C- MorleG.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Akroyd. Edwd. Creow, . A. Henry John S. Peek, R. W. Allen. Major Cubiti, Geosge Herbert, Sir P. Pelhan, Lod Amcotts, CoEW Forespee, G . Harmon, Ed. Pell, Albert AmphlettH.H Dhnpe, C. P Hervey.LordA. PaSybertoah.L. Annesley, . DL , Heketh, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HU.MArrling, S. 9. Addtrle ltpn.Sir C LordO. s' -. assey, r.W.v. Agnowi'V: ' ' 1' Fitraluurice. L4. BE. lhthesoi, A.' Amcotts. Col, W. C. 01'oim1he. F. .1,5 g' * Delor, T'. WX.- Amphlett, R. P. Fordyco,W.,D., M lly. G. Anderson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cotton, the wvidow of Dr. Richard Lynch Cotton, Provost of Wsorcester Col- lege, Oxford; personalty ovor £024,000.-Of Mllr. Weston Cracroft Amcotts, J.3':, D.L,, late of Hackthorn Hall, Lincolishliro; personalty exceeding 220,000.-Of Colonel Frederick Thomas Mlaitland, late of Holyvych, Hartfield, Sussex; Subscribers-only content

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    Lodge,unear Wolsall, farmers. GRi * dDITJoNFes, LIangollen, innkeeper. 21 ALFRED MOODY, Wimixornsi Minster, chemiet and dreiggist. a, Jisssitr' WALKFcR e, Amcotts, Lincolnlobire, lately, licensed Gle, victualler and bricklayer no rikayr JuHice SrItOAT and SrAIsrasLl,, Barnssley, wholesale0 grorers. a Jsusnn SnAw. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ripley Castle, and of. IKettletborpe aforesaid, Bart. by Dame Elizabeth his wife, only daughter of Sir Whar- ton Amcotts (formerly Wharton Amcotts, Fsq;) by Dame Anna Maria his wife, one of the two surviving sisters and coheirs of Charles Ancotts, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    seornmof the Grand Jury:- Sir George Armitage, Ktirklees, Bart. Foreman. Sir Wm. Mordaunt Milner, Nun Appleton, Bart. I Sir Wm. Amcotts Ingilby, tipley, Bart. Sir Francis Liridley Wond, Hernsworth, Bart. I Sir Edward Dudswortb, Newland Park, Bart. Charles Smith, Plainville Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Earl of Erroll, was declsred dilly electetl. Sir Robert M-erdn has declared hitmself a can- tiidate for Linconishlitie. Sir WIts. Amcotts Ingilby tand Sir Robert Sheffield, it is thought, will also c(miec tl foriward. A bleacher iin the taeighbourrltoodt of Subscribers-only content

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    fancifully desorated with ante I and greens, and flower.,. Amongst tile gesetiemen heading the PIro- Cession, wve noticed Sie Win. Amcotts Inglib, Blart. Alt. P1. Cal. 314. Wairiman, John Lee, Esq. J. WV. Clough, Esq. Edmund holly, sman, Esq. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bix Shbls the painful malady ceased. \ *Weihaieto aSittuO te Slie alxppfoadtistg miarriage of Wits Atkinson, Site sister of Lady Amcotts ftngilby-tthe vife sif Sir. b VITn. Anmcotts tLigilby. 8art.-t.P. tr,, Lltcalflshice.ainttelio sister' of Mrs. Wentowrths Beaumostt, the witfeof "ie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ratwden, no cloth-maker, to Miss Susannah Forest, of the sanmc place. r 39icbS Oin Thursday, at Carr-Ilead, near Skipton, Lady Amcotts, . Same day, in her 24th year, MAl ria, second daughter of the Pi .ate Mir. Richard Fenton, of Subscribers-only content

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