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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. A BAD JUDICIAL EXAMPLE.-A German valet of Mr Justice Williams has been pillaging him and Lady Williams to a great extent for some time, and the other day Sir John missed his watch, and his lady Subscribers-only content

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    SPRING ASSIZES. YORK, MONDAY, MARCH 6. George Failey was indicted in the Criminal Court, before Mr Justice Pat- bison, fbr feloniously entering the dwelliny-honse of Frederick William Thos. Vernon Wentworth, and stealing several antique articles of silver. It ap- Subscribers-only content

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    MISCELLANEOUS. MONEY MARKET. - On Tuesday the unfavourable symptoms of the accounts from Paris regarding the French elections produced a depression on the funds, Consols having been done so low as 90k. The great ease of money occasioned by Subscribers-only content

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    ' COUNrY COUNCIL ELECTIONS: THE NOMINATIONS. Yesterday wsv the date fixed for the nomination 1 of candidates for the County Councils of Warwick- shire, Staffordshire, and Worcestershire, preparatory to the. olling on the 24th inst. We give below the Subscribers-only content

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    HORSES, CARPE LAGES. &c., FOiR SALE) cef. V""6E ii iy~ .1 Ian'l-. bitcicp~rnotlle quint to ri (I or eline oO 1;. lisyler, -Neitettn 1i "r~t - is c-eni. i VHS iV'A Ii ii I ni'tii to ctile, tic .bj'; Subscribers-only content

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    g?, 00n 611ftff?. fAroee Fritlcas London Gazette.) BANKRUPTOIES ANNULLED. Johna Habbersty, Kingston-on-Hull, broker. Thomas M'Cartan, Kingston-on-Rnll, banker. BANXKRUPTS. ISAAC RICHABDsoN VIALOU, Fish Street Hill, and Richmond Road, Hackney, builder, Jan. 29 at 124, and March 3 at 11, at Subscribers-only content

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    Nava oagite. (Frosn Friday's Gaedte.) BANiI2UPTS. THOMAS WATTS, Little Tenter Street, Little Mocorfields, callenderer, to eurrender April 8 at 11, May 13 at 120 at Bankrupts' Court. Sor Teague, Crown Court, C Ceapside; off. assig., Johnson, Basinghell Street. hebpoCraloi Subscribers-only content

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    ';Etb0nl O__ nttt. Fromt Tecsday's Gazette.] BANKRUPTS. JAMES Mi'GILL, Great Coranm Street, Brunswick Squate, builder, May 27 at 12, June 26 at 11, atBankrupts'Cosurt. Sols., LaNvranto and Co., Old Jewry Chambers; off. assig., Johnson, BaSingliall Street. CHIAtLES CHOAMBERS, jun., Subscribers-only content

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    aisttt X"Im. DUDLEY. SUSPECTED STRANGULATION OF A WOMAN. Yesterday, (Thursday) afeernoon, at four o'clock, WV. Robinson, Esq. (Coroner), opened asn inquest on the body of Mary Ann Towosoend, fifty-six: years of age, the wife of Thoinas Towessend, a man Subscribers-only content

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    J. S. PAKINGTON, ESQ., AT DUDLEY. In accordance with a written invitation from a portion of the Liberal party at Dadley, J. S. Pakington, Eiq., attended the meet- ing on Monday night last, in the Laneasterian Scool Room: and Subscribers-only content

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    gistritt gm. DUDLEY. Tirec Foe AND Tue1 Feotirr.-To ftre Editor of Ills 'Daily Post.- Sir, In common with other friends or the Rev. David Evans, I have read with some surprise and touch regret the letter from the Ritv. Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. DUDLEY'. TJTTUr' NG C oM-syr3T CoIN.-Ou Wednsnday .. H Swindell and W. Haden, Eeqrs., were on the Bench, and the witnesses who refused to attond on Monday, for reasons stated in yester. day's Impresaion, having boen summoned, Subscribers-only content

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    D18ITICT NEWS. WOLVEIRHAMPTON. SEncors ASSAULT[.-At the Police Court yesterday, Edward Fletcher was charged .withb violently aseaulting a boy named James Mirnher, aged nine years. Mincher was playing with some boys about his OV, age OD Psiday last, at Monmore Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. WORCESTER. TOWvN COUNCIL.-A monthly meeting of the Town Council and Local Board of Health was held at the Guild- ball on Tuesday. The Mayor (J. Firkins, Esq.), presided. The Assessment Committee recommended the levying of a general Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. ,TH COLLIEREY CALAMITY' *AT BRADLEY. ADJOURNED INQUEST YESTERDAY. The adjourned inquest on the bodies of the seven deceased, who were drowned by the breaking in upon them of water from an adjoining pit as they were at Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. LICOFIELD. Kigut's BitomusY.-Oln Monday last, the 20th instant, the Children of the Endowed Schools hi this parish, set out to spend the day in the Park of Beau Desert, the beautiful seat of the Marquis of Anglesey. Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. WALSALL l HOUSEREERf3S BEWARE.-Ol Monday night, the house of Bir. Isaac Emery, in Mill Street, Ryecroft, was entered2 and a quantity of miscellaneous articles stolen. Admission was gained by breaking open a shutter and a *iadow.-During the Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEW8. LEAMINGTON. PETTY SESS10ES.-On Wednesday, before SIr Trevor lYheler, Bart,, and T. Wilkins, J. J, Bradshaw, and J. P. Gubbins, Esqrs., Elizabeth Cumominings was brought up on remand, charged with stealing, on the 4th inst., two gallons of Subscribers-only content

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    THE OLDBURY MURDER. ? EXECUTION OF OCKOLD, YESTZ:1 ;)AY. (From our own Reporter.) Within the calm old city of Worcester, yesterday--in the early light of the second morning of this now year- wbile we were yet keeping high festival Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. STOURBRIDGE. CnURCu OF ENGLAND YOUNG MEN'S ASSOCIATION. -The aniual meeting of this society was held in the Reading Room, 17, High Street, on Tuesday evening. Mr. A. Freer presided, The report was read by the secretary, Mr. Subscribers-only content

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