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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cymer- odd amryw ddamweiniau le ar y ffyrdd bajarn, ae un neu ddwy gyda chanlvniadau aliethus. Cymerodd un le yn Arlesey, 4r ffordd y Great Northern, trwy i'r expras8 redeg i gerbydau oeddynt yn ei ffordd yn yr orsaf. . Subscribers-only content

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    a grav- ing-dock, &c. THE GREAT NORTHERN BRICK COMPANY, with a capital of 30,0001. in shares of 51., is to take over and extend the brickworks of Messrs Dennis and Son at Arlesey, near Hitchin, on the Great Northern Railway. Subscribers-only content

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    its way through Hatfield at 3.16 p.m. and due at Arlesey, nineteen miles down the line, at 3.40 p.m., and must ask what was going on at Arlesey. Into Arlesey at 3.30 p.m. came a heavy goods train on its Subscribers-only content

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    Hunt go away from the Admiralty if we send him a tele- gram ? The attempt to account for the Arlesey accident by attributing it to colour-blindness on the part of the engine-driver is too alarming. There is a much Subscribers-only content

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    miles 6 laps. chA serious outbreisk of smallpox has occurred at Vtse its Three Counties Asylum for pauper lunatics, at Arlesey, S A near Ilitelhsi. oh isv, The best Tivo Shilling Tea Sold in England is that supplied at IV Subscribers-only content

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    New Lakenham Norwich. dressmaker, fractured leg. Elizabeth rinmitis, 24, 12, -lwards Street, Regent's Park, dressmaker, fractured thigh. Susan Arbon, 49, Arlesey, Bedfordshire, wife of labourer, contusion of head. William Savage, 2-1, -orsford, coal miner, broken leg, & C. Henry Budd, Subscribers-only content

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    Railway, onl Saturday nfternoon. The Malnchester expres3s le~ving Kilng'E Cross At 2.45 ran into a goods train, rieha sulnlting at Arlesey siding station, live un'les north of i-liincin. The engine-driver, stolke, nid tln eeo P3iWeners- a man and two woinon-worc Subscribers-only content

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    its passengers, and having passed Hitchin, was in the act of running through it station five miles northwards, known as "Arlesey Siding," when, unhappily, it ran into and severed an up goods train which at the moment was crossing the Subscribers-only content

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    eight-wheeled entines, and furnished with the double brake. Shortly after passing Iitchin station, and when Wfithin a few yards of Arlesey siding station,where the train was to have stopped for the first time after leaving London, it ran into some Subscribers-only content

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    the Timies:- At 32.0 15m. on Saturday a pick-up. goods train, con- sisting of twenty-five trucks, or therenbouts, arrived Pt Arlesey siding from Peterboroughl. The driver wns stopped at the signal-box by Graves, the signalmen on duty, and desired to Subscribers-only content

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    only compny inl the worldI that stoops to such miser- able e1ol1lies." At the Board of Trallo onquiry into tho Arlesey collision, wvhich was resenmed ill London yesterday, it was shown that the danmger sigiaal wais on, but owing to Subscribers-only content

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    at Iitcin Station, on Christmas morning, isto the caluse 0o the fatal railway colliioun which occurred on saturdlity afternoon :It Arlesey siding, live miles north of Eltehiti. 'I'hel saqniry wlaLs held in the Board :Roonil of the company's offices, at Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS. THE ARLESEY P.AILWAY ACCIDENT. The body of Pepper, the engiulc-driver, has been removed to Peterborough, and will be interred in the public cemetery, to-rnowow. THE1 REPvPRESENTlATION OF WATER.FORD. Mr. Jamea Esmond, D.L., brother to the late menmer, has issued Subscribers-only content

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    she not lseep that icupor- tAnt fact out of the Piunees ---I'orl In thi naccounts of the railway accident at Arlesey Juniction, on Saturday, no mention has been man e of the injuries sus.tainod by Lady Ida Driff, echo wau Subscribers-only content

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    vacant by the death of the Rev, Dr. O'Hea. The funeral of Pelper, the driver, who was killed tit the Arlesey accident, took place at the General Cemetery, Peterborough, yesterday afternoon, in the presonce of several thousand persons, Most of Subscribers-only content

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    glass. The adjourned inquest into the circumstances which caused the death of the five passengers by an express train at Arlesey siding Was resumed yesterday. The evidence was mainly of a techni- cal character, and-went to show thatthedistanceand home Oirnals Subscribers-only content

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    cireamstances attending the.recent railway acoident at Arlesey was resumed yester- day, at-the Board School, Arlesey, before Mr. .J. P. Piper, deputy-coroner for the county of Bedford, The Rev. RI F. l3cott, vicar of Arlesey, acted as foreman of the jury. Subscribers-only content

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    resolved to take stops, in conjunction with the counties of Bedford and Herts, to enlarge the Three Counties Asylum at Arlesey. Prince Edward of gaxe-Wecimar, who was only recently relieved froam the command of the Home District, is not likely Subscribers-only content

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    Bedf hire Quarter Sessions have voted £19,000. as this county's share of-tbe cost of enlargiscg theothree countids' paup'rlunatio asylum at Arlesey. Isaac Thomas, aged 88, livng at Penydarran, was on Wednesday killed at Dowlais Ironworks, by haviag his head crushed Subscribers-only content

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    Public Prosecutor said these were docu- ments which could be bought for a mere trifle. The adjourned inquest into the Arlesey accident was resumed yesterday. The company's traffic manager stated that instructions had now been given prohibiting any shunting in Subscribers-only content

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