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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    19. WAR-OFFICE, JULY iD. Ist Life Guards-Cornet and Sub-Lient. the Hon. 0. Don. combe, to be Lient. by purchase, vice Aston, who retires; W. W. Wynn, gent. to be Cornet and Subl-ient. by purchase, vice fluncombe. Coldstream Guards-Ensign and Lient. Subscribers-only content

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    placed at the bar-viz., Jeremiah Howell (31), Francis Roberts (26), John Jones (21), Thomas Aston (l), and Henry fillhs (21). They stood charged wihh having, on the 15th of Julv last, unlawliuy, riotously, and to- multuously assembled together to disturb Subscribers-only content

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    11, h. Jepson, Slbeffield, grocer-Septem- ber 12, J. Zanetti, Maliciester, carver uod gilder. CFRTIPICATES-SEPerEXtRt 1w. E., J., and J. Krendall, Aston, WVarwickshire, perfutiers-J. Silit,, Newbury, Iterksoire, baker-J. Upton and 3 Nicholls, Battersea Sorrey, engineers-T. H. I ncocn., Ilrighton, inn- keeper-S. Subscribers-only content

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    on them lhas been discovered. The Hospital existed in the time of Richard I1, and the grant from Thomas de Aston was to the crstos lsospitalis, and his successors, for his maintenance acd that of the poor there. Every poor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    folloving, and many other emlinent Proctitioners- a- Sir B. C. P'rodie, Part. F.RS. Sir .1. F. Anderson, M.D. &c. C'- Aston Ee-, Esa- 'liBOPer,, Ksa- J. S- tte, Eso. NeoV Broad street F. *V. Duffi, Csq- Ci. Pl. Aldis, Esq. Subscribers-only content

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    Manchester, brace manufacturers. [Baxter, Lincoln's inn fields. J. Gautlbor, Manchester, chemist. [Johnson and Co. King's Bench ralk, Temple. B. Bert, Aston, Warwiclkhire, victualler. [Chaplin, Gray's ion square. C. Shuckard, Pres'on, Susces, brewer. [Sowlon, Great Jame street, 6,dfood Tow. W. TW. Subscribers-only content

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    S. Applegate, Littlehampton, Sus. sex, m..e.ant-Febiuary 15, E. Elsworth, Kirkstall, Leeds, Yorkshire, worsted spinuer-Febrhary IS, G. Tonks and Co. Bordesley, Aston. near Birmisgham, lamp manufacturers- February 17, J. W. Blew, Worcester, wine merchant-Feb. ruary 19, Martha Reynolds and J. M. Subscribers-only content

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    hatter-February 29, W. Weston, Grace- church street, merchant-July 10, It. Gates, Steyning, Sussex, wine merchant-February 2a, W. Thompson and Co. Aston, neas Birmingham, factors-February 29, C. Walker, Oultou, Yorkshire, licensed victualler-February 24, S. and J. Phillips, Liverpool, merchants-February 21, M. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stephens-L . Viastanley and Son, Liverpool, winoe merchants-W. and J. Nelson, Liverpool, linen drapers-W. D. Dauncey and J. NJ. Ashdown, Aston, Warwickshirt, iron w/orkers-R. Reeder and J. Newoon, Lisson grove, victuallers, INSOLVENT. R. Darnton, North and Sooth American Coffee holuse, Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS. FRAicC.-MrT Aston (the British Minister to the Spa. mish Court) had left Paris for Madrid.-The National states that misery was still spreading among the working classes of Paris. Out of a population of 83,000 who in- habit the 12th Subscribers-only content

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    17 BANKRUPTS. W. S. Young, West Smithfield, banker. [Stevens and Co. Queen street, Cheapside. L. . leoyd, Lincoln'Osinn fields, builder. [Aston and Wallis, New Broad street. D. Tullocb, Duchess street, Portland place, coal merchant. [Lovelsnd, Symonds inn, Chancery lane. W. Subscribers-only content

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    J. Wragg, New Lenten, near Nottingham-M-. and J. Wiseman, Kelvedon, Essex, schoolmastern-W. All- cock, jun. and R. Savage, Park Mille, Aston, near Birming- ham, edge tool mautnfacturers-J, Kelly and J. Statter, Run- corn, Chesbire, irenfounders-A. Booth and A. Booth, jon. Subscribers-only content

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    devolve upon hwi, notwithstandiiig that hisappoint- ment would not satisly either the majority or minority of the Coures. bir Artiur Aston, the British..linister, ar- rived in Madrid on the 3d. Advices froal St Sebastian of the 6th announce that ten Subscribers-only content

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    Oxford street, wine merchant. [Haines, Tavistock street, Tavistock square. W. Little, Liverpool, stay manufacturer. [Chester; Staple inn. J. Thompson, Bagotstreet, Aston, near Birmingham. [Chaplin, lGray's inn square. S. H. Dowling, Gloucester, scrivener. [A'Beckett and Co. Golden square. E. Knight, Soutltampton,upalolsterer. Subscribers-only content

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    creates a vacancy at the board, and Dr Singer is. now the Senipr Fellow. Ongshe is r h t.i ehet Aston Olintbn, in the 75th year of his '-ge, George ii. Minsaull, Esq., one of the magistrates of Bow sbret Subscribers-only content

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    street, B!oomsbury' T. and E. Taylor, Ra enearib, Yorkshire, earthenwarte man-. facturer [Ta1 los-, John street, Bedford row. 3. Roliason, Aston ni gh Birnmingham, Warwickobire, roller af netals. [Staff a d, Boclioganim btreet, Strand. ' R. Light, Hanley,. St.affotdshire, provision Subscribers-only content

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    manufacturers-J. Webber and J. C. Ross, Exeter, ironmongers. BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. W. P. Owen, Exeter, wine and spirit merchant. J. Thompson, Aston nigh Birmingham, dealer. 10 BANKRUPTS. H. Hays, Regent street, Westminster, engraver. [A'Beckett and Co. Staple inn. W. Maton, Fore Subscribers-only content

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    and Jones, Great Holton, Lancashire, dyers-Birminghan Patent Bitton and Batton shank Company; as far as regards J Stioton a-.d 'T. Aston -J. Stobart, M. Bowey, and J. Soppit, Sainr!erland, ship builders; as far as regards M. Bowey-Bate and Lightioot, Tattenball, Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Ttageday, February 9. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. S. and I. Oliver, Newark.Upou-Trent, mercers-3. Diggle and W. Barlow, Heywood, Lancashire, joiners-Wilson and Sanderson, Workington, Cumberland, wine merchanits-R. Winter and, J. Eryar, Sunderlindi farriers-Skinnor and Cainplemnan;B rower atreot, 0 Subscribers-only content

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    [Clarke and Medcalfe. Lincoln's inn fields. P. Wlackburn, Salford, Lancashire, builder. [Rickards and Walker, Lincoln's inn fields. J. 'V. Knott, Aston nigh Birmingharm, wholesale stationer. [Ciapliri, Gray's inn square. E. Young, Newcastle upon-Tyne, socivener. [Sell and Co. Bow churchyard S Subscribers-only content

 

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