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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nd Tamworth Turnpike Rood to the outside of Amin ten Old HPl Farm on the rr North, the ooutside of Amington Old AeU Farm and a straight line from thence to the London and North-Weetern Raliwa ou the es, ond Subscribers-only content

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    the afternoocs precisely, for the Parishes and Townships of- 10. - IOLEaCAI.H AND 23.-NEVwTON ROcS 25.-RPoILEWoTTl GLASCOTr DersTriT. DITICT. DIsTIrrr. Amington acid Stone- AuatreY R ; acddlesley Mcesor dellch Netcere Grendein aced Wiet- nolchall cend Glascoto No itna Ilcatb tington Subscribers-only content

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    Herbert, J. Saunders, J. Hollyhead, and J. Moore. SEOCxN& DEaTa ON TEi Ranwia.-An accident of a shocking character occurred at Amington Crossing, near Tamworth, l3ast evening. A collier named John Archer, residing within about four hundred yards of the crossing, Subscribers-only content

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    purpose. Mr. , J. Mitchell represented the Conservatives, and Mr. J. H. Whittle I the Liberals. The overseers of Wlniecote, Amington, and Bolehall and Glascote were instructed to in future add the postal address to the second column of the Subscribers-only content

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    naned William Lawrence, over seventy years of age, was drowned. iin the River ,Anker between Amington and Tamworth. Latwrence was employed by Mr. Alkin, of Amington Old HIll, and on Saturday evening he starred to go home as usual, but Subscribers-only content

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    where the houses are closed at i10 p.m. MuI Orira.sTAMWVOR.TH. I MISS OFFICIALS Cs.SURED.-1r. Iliffe (coroner) held 8an enquiry at Amington on Thur5da , respecting the Ideath of Arthur Guest, a miner, who died from the I effects of injuries Subscribers-only content

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    proceeding at its usual speed between Atherstone and Tam- worth, on the Trent Valley line, near to a village called Amington, one of the tires of the last wheels of the post. office van flew off, striking and forcing in Subscribers-only content

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    Chetrle Garnett, Esq. ; they were discharged on payment of costs. -Two men, in the employ of Mr. Ordieb, of Amington, were convicted of tree p using in pursuit cf rabbits on land belonging to r. lob, o Alsoteandwer fied Subscribers-only content

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    give ae, "treat" to the boys attending his endowed school, and Mrs Leigh, of Amington all, is pro- viding tea, &a., for all the children of Amington.. WOLVERHAMPTON. ir. Caswoell, of the Market Hall, has undertaken to supplythe dinner in Subscribers-only content

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    was found guilty, and septenced to four months' imprisonment, with hard labour. FOwL STEALING AT AMINGTON.-Francis Downing waschargedwith stealing, at Amington, on the 9bh of May last, two tame fowls the property of William Davis. Mr. Newton was for tte Subscribers-only content

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    on the 12th of September. The Bench took a lenient view of the case, and dissaissed it, -John Smith, of Amington, was charged with stealing ,41b;. of brese, the property of Messrs. Gibbs and Canning, of Glan- cole. Prisoner pleaded Subscribers-only content

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    Alston, Mr. and Mrs. A. Corbett, Mr. and Mlis, J. Broughton, Mr. and lrs, J. Greenway, Mir. and Mrs. Leigh (Amington), Mr. atl Mrs. Kekewicb, Mr. and Pirs. Garnet', Mrs. and Mliss Aledmse, Mr, and MIre. Darlington, PIrs. and Pilss Subscribers-only content

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    tbe present year. And it was thereby provided that Animals might be brought to sech Sale, etibjeot as aforesaId, from Amington. Austry. Bolelieall. Oansisol, Clifrosn Drayton. ldingale,. Hit crd. Fseeley. Fielterwick. Efarlastons. lasolsuc, Ulints, Kiegebtiry. Mliddleton, Neseton-itegfls. No-Mau'i Heatit. Potlsortls., Subscribers-only content

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    paisorner £15. oil aseconit of theai. (Receipt perodusced. )- Samxael Spi-uce, juii., Albert Iloal, Taaniworthl, cashier to the Olsecote sard Amington Compaily, pro\s'ed that the prisonler had given no accousnt of tire' crash received front tIrel last three witneases, noa- Subscribers-only content

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    Panrishes, Towscihilps, and PlaUes for whsileh this Booth is allotted, and Voters registered in the Sunieilelllrntai List for seich District:- Amington aun Storledelitti IP1leswtrth Ajestrey Selciergtoo le;richrlil and Glascote 81rittingtoli Greredoir Tauolaorth Neswtor Regis Taroscorth Castle No Man's lteath IVilnecote Subscribers-only content

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    Arley Hydee Pastures b Astley Neuseaton O Buxton Hastings Stretton BaakervilloeO Caidgeote Weddingtou Ciailvers Colon POLESWORTH DISTRICT. Palling Place, Peteitcerthr. Amington and Stonedeiph Foleswortlx Aestrey ~~~~Sechiington taddlesley Enter Shuttington G. B3olehall and fJalscote Tamwo'lh Borough B Grendan and WhIttineton, Tamnworth Subscribers-only content

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    the defendant 2s, 6d. and costs. TAM WORTHE. QULSTIONABL E CONDUCT BY A TRADESMAI.-Tlie case of Firmstone (trading as the Amington and Glaseote Coal Company) v. Robert Avery, coal mierchant, Bark. hampstead, was heard at the County Court on Tuesday, Subscribers-only content

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    business before the Board of importance. TAMWORTH. FATAL ACCIDENT.-An accident of a distressing nature took place on Saturday, at the Amington Colliery, near Tanaworth, It appears that two men, named Charles San- dall and Joseph Farrall, were working in No. Subscribers-only content

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    Monday. Mr. William Adams was reelected vicar's warden; and ms. Charles Starkey, builder,parcish warden. Mr. Endesr wae re-electod sidEaman for Amington; Mir. Godderidge for Bolehall and Glascote ; and Mr. W. Thompaon fer tie Castle Liberty. -Thae Parish Warden Proposed Subscribers-only content

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    renewals: - t Mmay Ann 'Thurman, Nuneaton; James Kirby, luneaton; h Joseph' oberts, Atherstone- John Brigge, Nuneaton e Villiam Davis, Amington ; William Parker, Nuneaton; H HenryAtkins Bade desley Ensor; Robert Btirley, ltuneaton; r O ardy,. Stockingford; John Moore. Wilnecote; Subscribers-only content

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