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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. B3LACKHRATH. - FATAL PIT AcOII)ENT.--Mr, E. Hooper, coroner, held of an inquest, on Monday, at the Oak Inn, respecting the d death of Richard Parks (27),.miner, of Hackett Street, who p was killed on Friday last, whilist Subscribers-only content

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    T~OR~ SALjE-INKS AN~D PUB LIC-HOU8EB UGlBeorho lRcle;dig og respoectbie trade. Boent C'AB,' Zi5. In5going £1 1.-Bake. . non St eet,. SUBURIKAX Beorhouse, occupyinig a splendid corner position in remst S. lol-PoPrilited aud respcctatble neighbourhood. Hiss for years station do0ne Subscribers-only content

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    L WARWICKSHIIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. is "THE SHOW AT STRATFORD-ON-AVON. *i The annual show in connection with the Warwiokshlire r 'oAgricultural Society was opened yesterday, at Stratford-I ,) on-Avon. In many respects the exhibition is the best ever 0 experienced Subscribers-only content

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    VALE OF EVESUAM AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The 22nd annual exhibition of stock, corn, roots, and istplootents, for prizes offered under the auspices of the Vale of Evesham Agricultural Society, took place yester- day, in ain orchard near the Northwick Arms. Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS WARWICK. COUNTY RATES.-At the County Petty Sessions held in the Shire Hall, on 'Saturday, a poor rate at 8a. and a highway rate at 3d. in the pound, were granted tor the parish of Hatton. THE BOROUGH Subscribers-only content

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    EVESHIAhi. BRUTATL OlrfRAGE ON A AIARRrFD *AV0M.&X.-Y6qtIr- flay, before Dlr. If. Workman, a countv magistrate, Thomas (Guise (1!3) was charged with Ceoninitting a rnpe upon Murs. Mlatilda Harris, wife of frM William arri8s, whitesuithi and bellmangoc, living at the Subscribers-only content

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    PARLIAMENT, YESTERDAY. FPRESS ASSOCrAT5ON TEEAGRAMSI HOUSE OF COMMONf S. 'lbe Speaker took the chair at twO o'clock. MIRfBRADLAUGHAND THE OATH. Dr gradilaugh drove to the Hfouse of Commons shortly before noon yesterday. There was no demonstration out- siae tlhe Subscribers-only content

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    I . DISTRICTNEWS . -. ATHERSTONE. .SWID4, CIIETWVYND, BART., ANT) IIIS TF,;ANT A sitting of thc Countv Court, yesterday-before his ko r . Judae Chalmers;-31r. Edmnd tlic arr, farmerna(nU application to his Honour to review a bill of costs, Subscribers-only content

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    BOUNDARY COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. : FURTHER RECOMMENDATIONS. The-following are among the farther recommendations of the Boundary Commissioners:- Union of King's Norton-Rural Sanitary District of King's Norton-Unions of Aston and Birmingham.-The Union of King's Norton comprises five parishes, three in the Subscribers-only content

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    THE COUNTY COUNCILS. WOEfESTERSHIME. On Saturday evening a deputation consisting of Messrs. G. J. Sheldon, WV. H. Pass, Pouter, and Barnett, wasted upon Mr. John Jordan at the office of Mr. T. R. Bouser, solicitor, Church Street, Oldbury, for Subscribers-only content

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    VILLAGES WATER SCHEME IN THE EVESHAM UNION. The Local Government Board enquiry as to the villages water schemle was commenced in the Evesham Town Hall, yesterday. The enquiry was held in conse- quence of the application of the Evesham Subscribers-only content

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    separate district coiuncils, all the parishes remaining in the Evesham TUnion. Witnesses from the Gloucestershire parishes of Ashton- under-Hill, Aston Somerville, Aston Subedfe, Hinton, Saintbury, and Willersey gave evidence in favour of remaining in the Evesham union, and it was Subscribers-only content

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    CHOVI4_EEERH-isNanted. to Purchaeoo good Retell Business' t.-n 3lld- 2, 3alypost,' e6hoS Hill. nWantved, a; d a-, l,eo-.0,n i-i awa 5Otbinflveronn_!ate5_ of ca ble' - IiaSELIA~aUS ARIU-ILES, w~ idso ook Cing Lan.4 ar is m; marble, enamelled A- -ari' £0.; Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GA.TTE. DPcGEr. 3. THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS 1883 AND 1890. RECEIVING ORDERS. Sir Msnniid D. GORDON, lately Old Broad Street and Stock Exchange, London. baronot, stockbroker. LIONEL WeILKINSOzN. Farnham, Surrey. and of Ryde, now of Rawlings Hotel Jermyn Street, Subscribers-only content

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    . STEEPLE-CHASINC. S'TEEPLE-CHASES TO COME. April 1.Gra.t.m (tv o).First closed. I-Botedseale Ithrc5) * - ......... -. -- -* *. . * * . .Closed. T-Northumblredald and Durhram (tsvo) . ......... , , Closed. I-54ateh at Oswrestry, betwfeen Mr Jackson's Subscribers-only content

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    PEDESTRIANISM Matches for the Week. Monday-Cooper and James, i4o yards, Rio a side, at Waterfall Gardens, Monday-Smith and Whatton, 120 Yards, 5 a side, at Aston Cross, Bir. mieglien. Blonday-Barnes and Goes. 80 Yards, R10 a sids, at Garratt-lane. Subscribers-only content

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    post. The King has been pleased to constitute and appoint the Right Hon. Wm. Pitt, George Percy, Esq. (commonly called Lord Lovaine) James Edward Harris, Esquire, (commonly called Viscount Fitz-Harris,) the Right Hon. Charles Long, and George Spencer, Esq. Subscribers-only content

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    CORN IMPORTED AND EXPORTED. I Imports. - Exports. Week ended England Scotland Ireland British j Forgn Jan. 5. j Cwt. i Cwt. Cwt. Cwfc. I Cwt. Wheat 13 0403 i 101340 67242 380 I Barley 225897 6:«43 9689 335 Subscribers-only content

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    C E I C I_ E T Bradford Albion v. Bingley.-This match was t>layed on Saturday, oa the ground of the Bingley Club, in the presence of a large number of spectato-s It proved, contrary to expectation, to be Subscribers-only content

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    S FOREIGN AND^DOIfESTIO ! The Times announces that Her Majesty intends to open Parliament in pei son in the same state as last year. It is now stated that the Rev. Robert Milman, M.A., Vicar of Great Mariow, Backs, Subscribers-only content

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