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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    King-sirset, Spiiaifselds, sillk--weaver, rAtornaes, Messrs. Few, Ashmore, en hamilton, H enriett-sIreet- C. Fhnhobridge; Kensington, draperw Attorney, 'Ir. Wilde, Col- Iese-hiil. r.- S. (icorge and R. Weblh, Bristol, -sugar-reiners. Attornies, Mlers Clarke, Richards, and Mtedcalf, Chancery-ltien V. Monitague, W4test-sireet, West Smithfield, Subscribers-only content

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    Wappillg. J. E. Poole, Nexvcastle-rrporr-Tyne, sass -lrat-manttfsrturer At- torizev, Mr. Wilde, Warwick-square, Newgate-street. J. Bntc,<Warininster, Wiltshire, grocer. Attorrnies, Messrs. Few, Ashmore. anid Ilamilton, Henrietta-street, Covent-garden. B. Porwia,'['ettcnhall, Staffordshire, maltster. Attornies, 3Messrs. Anctice and Wright, King's-Bench-Walks, Temple. 3. Bnrrov; arld .1 Subscribers-only content

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    Richards, end Medcalf, Chsncery-lsna. W. ,.ebdid;,, Leeds, A. 0. ftebdin, Parliament-street, and .- .Breno, nsl., t.eeds, imercliants. Attorities, Messrs. Fevl Ashmore., a~d bamitton, Hemrietta-street, Cvenit-garden. F- M: Lubbren, Busy-cottare, Nortliunbe~riatd, ironfournder. * Attornies, AMpsstys Bell aud BBrodxsdl, Bow Clturc't-Yard CiGx Subscribers-only content

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    Penn, Datchet, Bnckingbamsbire, bookseller. Solicitor, Mr.Yewd, jau. New North-street, Red Lion-square. , G. Hfall, Lothbury, bat-manufactiirer. Solicitors, Messrs. Borradaile and Ashmore, King-street, Cheapside. Ebanezer Birks, Sheffield, grocer. Solicitor, Mr. Rogers, Canterbury. sq nare. H. W. Hicks, Connaught-mews, Edgware-road, horse-dealer. Solicitor, Subscribers-only content

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    Grier, Blooaisbury sq. medicine-vender. [Bicknell, Lincoln's Inn.] T. Parker, Maccleslield, silk-manutfacturer. [Webster, Great Queen st.] J. Erskine. Talbot court, merchant. [Ashmore and Co. Henrietia st.] J. Hardern and P. Higginbotham, Macclesfield, silk-manufacturers. [James, Buck lersbury.] J. and T. Jellyman, Downton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mtlrs Dunn werg married so lately as thie 12th of last month. Mr Dunn is one of the firmt of Ashmore, Dunn, and Ashmuore, wine-rmerchants, Billiter street, and resides at Southville; Wandsworth road; and his unfortunate lady was the datigilter Subscribers-only content

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    Fridqy, Dec. 16. B A.tNKRUPTCY SUPrRsEDED. J. Alves, Norton-st. Fitzroy-square, bill-broker. 26 BA5'rNKRUPTS. W. Bearsfield, jun. Mark-lane, wine-merchant. [Borradaile & Ashmore, King's Arms-yard, Coleman-st. J. Hopkins, Hare-st. Woolwich, grocer and cheesemonger. [Hutcbiinson and Imeson. Crown-court, Thrcadneedle-st. J. Gray, Blackman-st. Southwark, Subscribers-only content

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    fairly express the objects of that meeting than thle imperfect recollectiots of persons who did not hear all that passed. Ashmore said, the reporters had certainly stated a part of what he had said, but, with their usual ,trickery, they Subscribers-only content

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    give himt two hundred good fellows as firm as himself, and he would soon shake their pepper-boxes to the ground. Ashmore had said, " that property honestly come by ought to be respected, but what was not, or where there Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    our itunocont I'oryjudges and old mis-overnors go on attributing the prevalence of in- cendiarism to political agitation.] LANCASTER. Broadltstrt, Csurran, Ashmore, and Gilcirist, the men convicted of rioting at Manchester, were each sentenced to twelve months imprison- ment. DERBY, FRIDAY, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF NEWCASTLE? "That boy will be the death of us !" Fearless of the fate of Broad. burst, Gilchrist, and Ashmore, at Manchester, undeterred by the nearer jeopardy of Benbow in Marlborough Street, the puissant Duke of Newcastle invites the Subscribers-only content

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    linendraper. [Lloyd, Crown court, Cheapsike~ R. P. Staples, Mexico, merchant. [Baxendale and Co. King's Arm's-yd,Colemau-st- R. Moore, Bath, linendraper. [Borrodaileand Ashmore, King's Arms-yard,Cole- mauastreet. G. W. Roberts, Finch-lane, merchants. [Cowden and Walters, Aldermanbury. S. Allen, sen., Birmingham, hotel-keeper. [Whitehouse, Castle-street, Subscribers-only content

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    IS BANItCUrTS. T. W. Sharland, Lime st. tea broker. [Clowes and Co. Temple. A. L. Wigan, Brighton, surgeon. [Borradaile and Ashmore, Coleman st. H. G. Walker, Spital sq. coach-maker. [Kipling, Cityroad. S. Ffitch, Hackney, victualler. [Parnell, Spitalfields. G. Miles, Gloucestershire, Subscribers-only content

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    On the 23d instant, at Cheltenham, by' the Rev. George Chiaholo, 1,D., Minister of St. Peter's, Hammeramith, and Rector of Ashmore, Dorset, Alegan- der Bain Chiabolm, Esq., srgeon, of Devonshire street, Pordtla place, London, to Matilda, secondrdaughter of Jamies Webster, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. Carter. to be Lieut. with- out purchase, vice Jones, deceased; Ensign T. Garratt, to be Lieut. without purchase, vice Ashmore; Quartermaater-Ser. geant W. Semple, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Carter; H. A. Macdonald, Gent. to be Ensign, without Subscribers-only content

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    be Second Lieut. by purchase, vice Hopton. 30th Foot- Major C. Ashmore to be Lieut.-Col. without pur- chase, vice Maxwell, deceased; Capt. E. R. King to be Major, vice Ashmore; Lieut. J. Pratt to be Capt. vice King; Gent. Cadet Subscribers-only content

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    November~1 6. Corps of Royal Marines-Capt.. end Brevet Major J. Ashmore to he Lieut.-Col. vice Lieut.-Col. W. Talr dcased ; First Lieoat..and Asljutent W. P. Foote to be Capt. vice Ashmore, prmtd eodLos .F o=nt e First Lieut. vice Poole, Subscribers-only content

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    to be Ensign, vice Mylius, promoted in 17th. Foot-lltii Foot: Capt. if. Co- pinger to be Mtjmr by purtliase, vice Ashmore, whai retires, Lieat. L. S. It. Lovell to o e Capt. by purchaso, vice Copinger; Ensigt C. S. Flowver Subscribers-only content

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    IC. r., promoted to the rank of' Stejer General; Lieut.-Col J. Ashmore to be Colonel Second Comniliaedioeit, vice Buiry, promoted; Brevet Maje-r E. ite& to be l.ieut.-Col., vice Ashmore, preemooted; First-LVent. IV. G. R. Masters to be Capt., vice Itea, Subscribers-only content

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    Col.-Commnandant J. Ashmore. Admiralty, 30th October 1855.-Corps of Royal Marines: Col. Second Com- mandant S. R. Wesley to be C01Commandant and Dep. Adj.-Gen.; Col. S cond C mman aalt J. T. Brown to b Cl.-C ,mmandaO, vice Ashmore, retired: Lieut. Subscribers-only content

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