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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mathews tra yn gweinyddu y Sabbath, wythnos i'r u-n diweddaf, yn Ashbury, yn agos i Bishopstone, Wilts, [yn wedi cwympo i lawr yn y pwlpud pan ar ganol pre- a 3gethu, a phan aed ato yr oedd yn hollol farw. Subscribers-only content

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    - .11- ? ?:- - -.1-11 -1-1 --- --- I - I -,, I ? ? Ni ?]y tE ? I. RHESTR O' AELODAU, A ETHOLWYT Yn y rhestr ddilynol. ceilr en wac Oaa-a Li ethoiwyd yn y,.,,;gwahanol ,siroeIda. Subscribers-only content

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    HoRsEsAcic.-Mr Gulson, the Assistant Poor Law Commissioner, mentions in his report to the Board the fact of a pauper in Ashbury, who, being lame, bought a horse and rode daily to the stone pit in which he had to perform Subscribers-only content

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    Clarke, Spaldiug; aud Mr. E. " Osmond, Exeter. The show 'of huntero was a very good one, Msr. John Auger, Ashbury. 'Berks, taking first prize ia the class for hnnters uop to 153tone, with a fine chestnut gelding, "Lincoln," 5 Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Quihemuton's Quinchern agt Mr. Stocka's ootle Lass h iMr. Burchell s Bravo aget Mr. H. G. Miller's Maid of Ashbury. The meet for this day is at Lambourne Corner at ten o'clock; four and the order of running, twice Subscribers-only content

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    5. Mr. Qharuispton's Quineturn beat Mr. Stocken's Sootie Lass. Air. urchel b' Bravo beat Mr. If. (. Siilrers Maid of Ashbury. DEcTsING COURAM. Bravo beat Quinetern. HIUNTING APPOINTMENTS. Arrnnecrtrosw (at 10.45).-This day, November 18, Aplep' Ncndry, 20, Onosall Station: Teesday, Subscribers-only content

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    Glosireoter. P8dJ R( DIO iSION-TdAN Igod) Wan.ted, well up; quIck retail.-Ad-J YlPdress, 178, Daily Peat. c83lS RAILWA WAGON maesWauted.-Apply tothe Ashbury ] -U ED-BRIICK Burnerse-Wanted, immdaeyeprecdMen, 0 d Xlb' for Hofinan's kilns.-Apply, with tem n efrneMindy Brick Woriss, Cardiff. 347 Subscribers-only content

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    Rugeley; beat ,.F.-Bird, WalealL. Final: 1L Bird; 2, Smalley; 0, Startin-One mile handicap: 1, I J. Crutcley ; 2, H. Ashbury ; 3, G. Webeter.-120 yards E handicap (local): Heat1, W. 3. Jones; Heat 2, S. C. Hardiman ; heat Subscribers-only content

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    SITUATIONS WANTED BY (condd) ESNTLEMAN,¶VtS1"ll amlount of cash. -ould like a Pngitin( Go viTeuet-, orotherwise, at a moders-to salo-ry.-Addreeei. 71 U'k- I atiy lost. e5177 Cj0( g~'1,'y an Provision Teade.-Provision Hood Seek~s Re- k esIgtnn; 14 years' expariencee: clean Subscribers-only content

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    Mau, coptn oset his own sools.-Astdress, slating wages and where last employed, W. 86, Daily Fost,. 148 Aply to the Ashbury lialleey Carriage and aio Comrny Ont: penshaw, 52chstr RSTAURAN.Wnted, & steady. respectable Girl, to Assist' PCbh nd onte and Subscribers-only content

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    Harris, G Ashbury -* 8 old. . I.iblsos ,b Smith - - 2 Barnes, b Smith . . 0 aed S. Smith, sen., b Moulds * . beb Roberts, b Moulds . . . led Campbell, c Ashbury y - Subscribers-only content

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    Omopsaol Dr. F~errer Mr. Jacob Phillips Dr. Warler Mr. Langston Parkes Mr. JosephAr a Mr. S. A. Parker Mr. CEF. Ashbury Mr. J. B. Payn: Mr,0F. Ash ibel Mr. Stelhen Potter Mr. CharlesAsten M. . G. Reeves Mr. Edward AAmS Subscribers-only content

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    Sessions, on Thursday, before J. O. Bacchus and is James Sharp, Esqrs., a youth named Simmons, and two brothers named Ashbury, residing in Walmer Lane, were charged with having broken the boughs of several labur- 3J num and other 'flower' Subscribers-only content

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    imidicted for haviiig embezzled the sums of 19s. 3d., is. 4d., and Ss. (d., the moneys of his masters Ml-. Ashbury, wite mansufacturer. It seems that the prisoner was authorised to receive various sums of money on his master's account, Subscribers-only content

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    THE PUDDLERS' STRIKE. (Froee our Correspo.ndent.) The employers whose men are at work eontinuo io esulply those makers whose men are upon strike with puddled bars, in a quan- tity which so greatly inconveniences themselves that they are unable Subscribers-only content

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    THE NATIONAL ASSOCILTION OF PUDDLERS, SHINGLEBS, ROLLERS, & bILLMEN. FIRST 0ONFEAEUCK It may be remembered that in May Last year, ini conse- quence of various carcumstances whblh had previously taken place, a series of meetings of the puddlers, rollers, Subscribers-only content

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    muan mini is wife, rnamed respectively Martin and BIlary Bury, were charged, on remanld froinVedlnesbury, with stalbbing MaryCasey. Y.Po lice-constablc Ashbury deposed that tire complainant called ttlhepolice station, and comiilained of halving been stabbed bytlre prisolners. Ho arresteed themt ; Subscribers-only content

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    is prefixed will be the Acting Directors until the first General Meeting of the Company:- JolmhnAhbury, Esq., Chairman of the Ashbury Company, 27, Great George btreet, Westminster. R. Barnes. Esq., 17, Parliament Street, Westminster. *W31liam Barrett, Esq., Messrs. Warners, Lucas, Subscribers-only content

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    Bar-icon. To a susitable party the appointment would ho permanent, and the remuesoratious literal.-Apply by letter, with particulars, to the Ashbury Mitilwsay Carriage and Iron Company (Liniiteil7, Upenehaw, Idanchester. c2178b ~ OMILLINER.S-H. Boweoc, Stoutrbridgc, bee a VACANCjY Tofor a Olilliner, Subscribers-only content

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    were to receive £32,000.; what had become of that?2 Mr. Box said that it was a line upon which Messrs. Ashbury paid the caution money, but which had stood still ever since. Mr. WnIGIIT asked if this was part of Subscribers-only content

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