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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    officer Thos. Davies, ,, 1 Robt. Sibbald, second ,, Edward Smith, , Chas, Appenseon, third ,, Henry Adasitson, ,, Wm. Ashbury, carpenter George Swan, engineer I Wm. Frost, boatswain Robt. Armntrong, ,, John Wilkinson, steward Edwin Buckley, ,, Wm. Francis, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0., Islington, manufacturer, Dec 23 Stanley F. A.. Winchester, dentist, Dec. 23 Stephens J., Battersea, grocer, Doe. 23 Stratford D.. Ashbury, labourer, Dee 2D TatterEtfeld H., Billingagate-market, ilah dealer, Dec. 29 Watt S.. Parking, grocer, Dec. 31 White 0. H., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    II OPEW~ OYAL BAT PLASTERS9 for ocg~e, stha, hreeicee tnietlon, palpitation, ceeop, HAVK YTOU OTaC-OUGH -ors aCOLD P WIf eo, try BROoONlt' Celebra~ted COUGH B&LS&M. which cures tbonsmons eekly. "Itis the beet medicialas ever trie3d;" eo U55 0 eJ,f, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    differences of opfiion 19s to the question of. the proper mode of meaeurement, English or American. By the former, Mir. Ashbury shows the Dauntless to be nearly double the size of the Cambria; the Americans, on the other hand, say Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to one or two ,)Ioines, in a private fsmily. E~very homcc comrsrt. Ttee hicheet reterenceoscan be gi'sec. Addoese A. 8., Ashbury 11oct56, Saeundore- etroet, Sesetbyort. ItTTANTE]), a second-hand Cloth Finisher's VAN. State lowesit VV prieo. U 11, Meocury-enllce. TIANTrD, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    latterly' boon competing with the Now York yachts for the Queen s Cup, arrived at Liverpool in the China. Mrt. Ashbury amid Miss Bennett, daughter of the proprietor of tho .Yet: York Hco'-ald, and sister of the owner of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have very comfortable BOARD and REkIDENCE, a a private house near the Pro- menade. The highest references. Address Miss ., Ashbury Honse, aunders-street, Eouthport. s'WDore; e!artrtageo, etc., Mamae In 7[A TED to PURCHASE, a geod-sized light SPRING CART. v or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have very OoMfortablo S HBOARD and RESMIDNCE, in a private home near the Pro- menado. The hiRheat references. Addeesa ., Ashbury EHose, Sau-ders-street, Southport. OUNG LADY desires to nolrespond with a gentleman with a view 1 to MATRIMONY. Addres 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very comfortablq L- OARD) and RH!~IDENCE, in a private house near the Pro. tinenade. The highest references.' Address Miss G., Ashbury Hou'eet Satioders-street, Southport. R IE NT AL TOO T H PA iTEB FEstablishad forty years as the roost agreeable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very conarortatbl, 13 BOARD and RESIDENOE, in a private house near: he Pro. moenade. The hiWhest references. dreus MKss G., Ashbury HoEts Saunders-street, Southport. Pou0e0, J eini e0, A111ant3, &-., wanteb. ANTED, a through HOUSE in Lofthouss-plscs. Address W P Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had never heard Complaints of the manage. Ien o conditio ofi the Pit, or had reason to suspect danger. Ifarry Ashbury, miner, said he was woking about 160 ysxds !romI the Pit bottom, and thirty wokard fromt Ca6h who called Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RmALWAY SLzar- a ING CAniuAGe.-The new railway sleeping carriage, con- structed for the North British Railway Company by the i, Ashbury Rlailway Carriage Company, was used on Mon- b day for the firnt time in railway travelling between Edin- burgh Subscribers-only content

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    to aCaltender (heavy VT lens). Apply 27, Park-row. ifANTED, a steady and e.xerincned~ mana as RtOLL 'TURN'ER. n ~Addroess tbe Ashbury ltaitway Carriage and Iron Company LiloOWa~lr OHANDbLer.S-atdmmdteaatdysn d. to meltcet, mak&le, and tie; and to sill up his timne Subscribers-only content

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    a Callendar (heavy l gInens). Apply2'1, Perle-row. TE ANTED, a steady and exporincned manesa ROLL TURNERt. vj i Addreeo the Ashbury Railwaiy Carlangaeand Iron Comtiaiiy Limited, Opcnohaw, Manchester. WTANTRD, Thn-es or Four BLUE SLATERS, steady werkmeii. Apyo W. Pyceok anld Subscribers-only content

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    MR. 13IGI-IT ON PUBLIC SPEAKING AND PRi.EACHING. Mrle. B1riglt lasi-lig received from a student in a Nisocoiu. I fouin colls'go a letter asking his oluision ol the alt of t pjilblic speakit p and oil reading serniuns, returiied the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mitchell, L. Brighton .... J. Vite, L ..... J. White, L. H. Fawcett, L ....H I. Fawoett, L. J as. Ashbury, C. General Shute, C. _-Bristol ...... S. Morley, L ....... S. Morloy, L. K. Iodgsou, B..... I{. D. lHod Subscribers-only content

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    - £~ JS 1-~ I ED, IsSION SERaVICES.I cO N T~ UkT.E D e'ot! (w eflC eillyl will be fee A Or~~iC5,vL. of Graveaend ff~crht ~ oirL0 76,25 d ----T j'2Th.V. R. SUNMAAN at ZVI. it 7499 rf *042?l Subscribers-only content

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    ,'41 - ,, -otrllY fL~0 ngton th *4'14',-'j - eon.t. a sititiei ai -",*r t e IderY gentlentau or * ted rd~tI4(-areittired. Apply * *i* .-, e eId tIttr expoeted. to heI h .~*lichlly re-Poittablo, " lk.,e lt ullofit.11all-to'atc. Subscribers-only content

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    all its shareholders, to a contract which goes beyond the scope aind object of its memorandlom of ineorpora- tion. The Ashbury Coumpauy was ineorporateo utnder the Compnnies Act, 1862, by a memorandum of incornorn- 3, tion declaring its objects to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a feeble indeeisiou of Mr. Cross on the subjecet, t1!,rt is a talk of getting sonie Ftronger man thin Ir. Ashbury to raise the question in the house, as-o it is believed that if Sir Wine. IHIrcourt Could I e Subscribers-only content

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