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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Glocestershire, clothier. Attornies, MJessrs Bourdillon and Hewitt, Bread-street, Cheapside. SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE. BANKRUPTS. R. Peacock, Chariog, Kent, miller. J. Wrangle, Amwell, Hertford, coach-master. W. Hodgson, lessle, Kingstont-upon-Htull, apotlhecary. W. Matthlie and G. Yates, Liverpool, merehants. D. Bishop, Greut Surrey-sireet, Blacklfriars-road, Subscribers-only content

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    RiddellD Eq. of HLill. O! the urid inst. at Broxbourne, Herts, Henry Baoirn, Esq. eldest son of Colonel Brown, of Amwell Bury, to Mary Am ae, eldest daughter of the late Johin Waltitsley, Esq. of Castlericer, Lancaster. Onl Tuesday, Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    believe, almost without tarallel :-Williams Jackson, a hay and straw carter, of Tottenham, returning homewards with a load, when upon Amwell bill, in this vicinity, mounted his cart to arrange a rope which appeared to be out of order, he Subscribers-only content

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    street Tudor, lienry, Ilattot ourt Tayler, Richard, IBelfont Thomas Hansilton Graves. Esq. of Hercules chambers, Thread- needlestreet-firGeorge Carter, Royalty of Amwell, Bury, county of l erts Tramper. Joln, Norwood Wells, Henry Charles, Falcon square Wilkinson, iletiard Septimrs, 8 St Mildred's Subscribers-only content

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    water to supply the whole; two privies (one on each side of cistern) always offensive."-In the House of Cor- rection, Amwell, on 25th September, a prisoner, aged 35 years, " ma- lignant cholera (17 hours)."-At the Borough road, on 17th Subscribers-only content

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    of Holborn: St George-the-Martyr, 0 St Andrew, Holhorn, 0; Saffron hill, 1. Sub-districts of Clerken- vell: St James, I ; Amwell. 1; Pentotiville. 0; Go}well street, 1. Sub-districts of St Luke : Old street, 2 City road, 2 ; Whitecross Subscribers-only content

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    of London was the more 'eady to seek powers to bring into thirsty London the T: ;prings of Chadwell and Amwell, but all help and means at railed until citizen Hugh Myddelton, not an engineer, an yf rchitect, or a Subscribers-only content

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    W. Buchanan, Esq., 88-On the 21st nlt., at Etamsgate, Mrs Wainewright, 88-On the 25th ult., at Bridgnorth, Mr Bland, St-On the 20th ult., at Amwell, IV. C. MIylne; Esq., F.R.S., 83-On the 27th ult., at Fakenham, iV. Sheringham, Esq., S. Subscribers-only content

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    advices; the apprehension of Ithe accused may be reganded as highly probable. On Wednesday evenig, a meeting was held in Amwell 'Street School Rooms, Clerkenwell, for the purpose of promoting an isiduntr59, exhibitlon similar to that held last winter In Subscribers-only content

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    The Xing v:, the New Itiver Coenipny" (1 Ad. alt S., f503), where the questiur before the Court was whether Amwell should rate Chal- well Mead at £6. or £300. The case stated that ino profit4 arose in A-nivell ; Subscribers-only content

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    oe'tlie eompany:-Louisw tNtte, wife of the deceased, said lie bad bpen engaged as a shunter about eight months. I'Villiam i Amwell. engine-drivcr, said that; on Wednesday morning. aiou't 6.45, he was shunting at the Soho siding, and decesed ;as assesstibg Subscribers-only content

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    HIADU'DrN W55ALLEY, 20, Leinster Square, Middle. sex, member of Parliament. THOMASS WriLrsoNsE, 67, Amwell, lIlington, Middlesex, advertising ageht. THosI.th B15325NE5, late 10, Coleman Street, London, but now 14, South Street, Finsbury, Middlesex. JosIN SMITR, Fnrther Gata Brewery, Blackbure,, brewer. LIQUIDATION Subscribers-only content

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    Miss Ethel Mr. Brunskell's Cnals agst Mr. Patterson ns Cheviot Hill Mr. Robinson ns Circus Girl agst Mr. Mills ns Amwell Mr. Hyslop's Half Scotoh agst Mr. Potts's Carlisle Patriot Messrs. Morris and Chambers's uhambermaid agst Mr. Richard- son ns Subscribers-only content

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    wife till the Rev. Mir. Barclay, of Ammell, made a communication to her. While her husband was a clergyrnan at Amwell she visited him, and stayed with him for a few days. Arthur Rogers, registrar of marriages for the county Subscribers-only content

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    from 7,515 to 5 706; St. Clement Danes, from 8,559 to 7,193; * St. Andrew (Eastern), from 10,706 to 8.705; Amwell (Clerkenwell), from 19,281 to 16,883; Goswell Street, from 17,506 to 15,375; and Finsbury, from -7.4653 to 4,985. The large Subscribers-only content

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    near' which the deceased was last seen alive) suty he met three men, whom he did not know, and between Amwell and rey, Hertfor'd lie saw no person but; a 'gentleman riding on horseback at a )",- qiiick trot. He Subscribers-only content

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    Croxall , Derbyshire. A 0it the 2t last. at iBroxburne, Heets, Renry Brown, E:;r idst son of Colonel Brown of Amwell Bury, tri Mlary Asno., is s eldicst laughter o. the late John Walmesley, Elsq. of Castle. 4e, mccr, Lasiwshire. Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE, FRIDAY, Oce. 13. BANKRUPTS. Ce Al th H/e Merrlfsr af Comm smionirers rin ifiddliesrr are hield at tair __ ComsriesiOneris' Cohrt, Bairinrha~'rll Street. fondon. i.FILIIEY Willian Edwiard, of the city of Norwich, wine tour- hie chiant, to Subscribers-only content

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    M I S C E I, 1. A NE O U S. A new Protestant Church is about to be erected at Orms- kirk. Afewpersonshave already subscribed upwards of £1,200. Mr. Broadfoot, the comedian, died very suddenly at Rochester, Subscribers-only content

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    67 to 6. At a vrestry meeting of the ratepayers of the united parishes of All Saints, St. John, Little Amwell, and Brickendon, comprising the greater part of the town of' Hertford, it has been deterulined that the church rate Subscribers-only content

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