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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dadgysylltiad Mr. MIALL, yr hwn a gynyg- iwyd gan y Parch. Mr. STRATHAM, ac a gelh- ogwyd gan Mr. B. ARMITAGE. Dywedodd iMr. MIALL ychydig o eiriau gn datgan ei fod yu ystyried ei waith yn waith crefyddol, a'i fod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (2503) ... ABERDEEN, Dosbarth Dehenol. James Bryce (4538) ... ... 1 - - Col McKenzie (1455).. SALFORD, Rhanbarth Gogleddol (B). Armitage (8704) ... ... 1 - - W C Worsley (3431) ... Rhanbarth HAGGEBTON, SHOREDILCH. Cremer (2736) ... ... 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E. W~yne Eumphreye, Ysw., Miss Redfern, Miss d, Emma.Evans, a Master Thomas Effldwards. Cymer. o' wyd y gedair gan Benjamin Armitage, Ysw., aelod ei seneddol dros y rhanbaith orllewinol 0 Fwrdeisdrefi E galford. Yr oedd yn y cyfarfod y Parchn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BigrLo. Mlaiden-lane, WTood-street, Hosier. I. M. Williams, Dowgate-liill, merchant. B. Mann, llislinpsgate-street, upholsterer. R. 1'. Corran, Liverpool, cooper. 7,. Atlie, Armitage, StafFirdshire, auctloneer. i Gill, Sltoredtitch, shoemaker. AV. irlan, Milboroe, Somejetshire, hosier, P. ttintott, Bristol, victual r. ' 3. t>il0, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clerkenwell, grocer. Attar nies, Messrs. Amorv, and Coles, Lothbary. T. Nutt, Manchester, cottan-mnanorfacturer. Attorney, Mr. Mnk ason, Temple. J. Moore, Armitage, Staffordshire, victualler. Attornev, ;Mr Platts, Castle-street, ilolborn. W. N. Marsrden, Manchester, corn-dealer. Attornies, Messi Ilurd and Jolbnsoi, Temple. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'he was sure to make= the. ball. The f6ur be~s racket-players of that dy were laqikA S pines, JtemH. Iading, Armitage, aed. Carci t.. Davies could give any one of these tir'o hands a time, that is, half the game, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Messrs. Clarke, Ricliards, and MedcalfChancery-lane. - T. Perkins, Chorlton-ruw, Lancaster, colton-spinner. Attor- nies, Mesacre. Hurd aln Johnson, Tempie. T. Bond, Armitage, Stafford, maltster. Attornies, 'tessrs. Stocker and Co., New Boswetil-eort, Cary-street. J. Muegrave, New Laithls, Yor k, cli h-mail eiturer. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nov. M.to Pee. 2S; - BANKRUPTCY SUPERSPOED, G. Griming, Roehamptoii, Snrre>r carpenter. BANKRUPTS. J. Armitage, Walkefield; woolstapler; Aftt'rneyj Mr Hoipe, Mansiton-tloree-piabce; C. Hughesj Hill, Wdvitckshire, victualler. Attorney, Mr. Smith, Aldermanbnry-posteen.- W. Fawdington, Warwick-squate, cafinet-finker, Atiotiies, Messrs. RieRrdsuto arid Miller, New-iju. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kenrick, Esq. to Bella eldest daughter of M. B. Lonsada, Esq. of Fins- bury square. On the 9th inst. at Armitage church, the Hon. Thomas Lister, only son of Lord Ribblesdale, to Adelaide, eldest daughter of Thomas Lister, Bsq. of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Embassy in France. .Ot Mfolday iorsirug last, Join Ewer, Esq. of Bedford square, aged 77. oa tuie 2oti ott. at Armitage park, in the coulty of Staifird, Taos. Lister, Esq. in thie a5fti year of his age. O tshe 4h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inn fields. J. Cockshott, Warrington, J. Green, Manchester, and R. Swarlrick, Ince, Lancasihire, cottou.manufacturers. [Adlington, Bedford row. J. atid IV. Armitage, and S. Standish, Shelfield, Britannia metal-manu- facturers. [Tattersliall, Garden cotiurt, emple. J.Wvieeler and W. J. Adams, May's build. drapers. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Adelphi, Of a sea ______________ MARRIED. on Saturday. the 6th init., at St. George's Hanover-square, T, H. Lister, Ea.- of Armitage park, Istafrordsbire, to Miss Villiera. (tuthe8thins., t Hly riity Cjhurch, Brompten, by the Rev. Percival Frye, Mt. A. Jloha Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bl Gad-st. City, merchtnt. J. Bell, Ororto, vin.c-merchant. 1U BANKtRUPTS. W. Hf. Armitage, Crutched Friars, hop-raerchant. [Wilki and MC.e?1v Fin:sburly-, lact% J. Smith, l3ackman-strect, Soutlhwark, linen-drapen IA11hlr' e WV. Sawbridge, (Cove,.trv, ribbon-manufacturer, 5 Aisten & lloosom, (ay - T'. RyIly, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    conspiracy and atfending unlawful meetings had beei found, traversed till next Asaies:- Jas. AN. Reah, Itichard Pilling; Rev. i W.'Esisler,`Isaac; Armitage, sen., and Isaac Anrmitage, jun.,'JohnWrifght; James Burton, George 'WVareham` Thonias' Hlwartlii John Broadbent, James 'Duke, andz ' 1Benbobw.' ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. L. Atnott, Cheltenham, tanners-Barrow, Leeses, Joses, Dunrrilt, and Co. and Leeses, Jones, Dancoft, and Co. Oldham, coal miners-Robinson and Armitage, Do. kinfield, Cheshire, cotton spinners-Norris and Sleddon, Liver. pool. rlain cable maoufacturero-Speakman, Caldwell, and Co. Windle, Lancasbire, coal proprietors, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cases, the offences having arisen from the political excitement in July and August last year. In the cuses of' Barfion, Armitage, Wareham, Howartte, Wright, Broadbent, Duke, and Livesly, who were indicted Or, and convicted of, a seditious conspiracy, it was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oilman. [Atots and WaIMs, New Broad street. S. N. Wright, /obthrn, Buckinghamoshire, paper rmanrcfactaer ISimitg, Golden sq uare. S. Eil. Armitage, Wakefield, Yorkshire, and All. Ddgsoes, Man. chester, mgntasers. [Adlibgton and Co. Hedlord row. Flizal*eth Caroline, 3., and 3.Radford, Manchester, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hy Edward Armitage, under the following circumstances:-On Wednesday night he met the prisoner, who asked him to take a glass of rum, and pulling out of his pocket a packet of bine paper, he cried and said, " Armitage, this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and R. Robins, Coventry, silk mercerc -J. Watt and Co. Liserpool, general merchants; as far as regards R. Olipbant-Lee and Armitage, Manchester, commis- sioan agents-J. Collings and J. J. .Johnson, High street, Hoxton, hearth rug makers-F. Hudson and B. Guest, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of deep-seated wrong could have called and kept them there so long on Tuesday morning. (Hear.) His friend Mr Elkanab Armitage had handed him a subscription, which he would now hand to their chair- man, along with a subscription for Subscribers-only content

 

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