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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool, druggist. [Blackstock & Co. Temple. T. Buckley & R. Kenman, Liverpool, merchants. [Adlington & Co. Bedford row. J. Goodman, Atcham, near Shrewsbury, innkeeper. [Cuvelje & Enfield, South- ampton buildings, Chancery lane. J. Barnes, Manchester, pork butcher. [Adlington & Co. Subscribers-only content

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    the bells were tolled ; and on the road thence to Atchamn, every de- monstration of respect was made. At Atcham, four miles from Shrewsbury, twenty-one carriages, containing the officiating clergymen and the mourners, joined the proces- sion ; and Subscribers-only content

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    the labourer by a restriction of outdoor relief and consequent reduction of pauperism. The method he has pursued in the Atcham Union, and which has been adopted with equally satisfactory results in several other unions, has been to restrict so Subscribers-only content

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    letter was referred to the clerk for snvestiga. I tion. l ATCHAM. I'PorsrOlD E4QUIRY AS TO THE MANACEMEIET OF LTHE WoRrcIIousE.-Yesterday a largely-attended meeting of the memnbers of Atcham Board of Guardians was held the princiPal business being to consider Subscribers-only content

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    OFFICERS.-A discussion in reference to the granting of pensions to Poor Law officers took place at the meeting of the Atcham. Board of Guardians yesterday. Ata meeting of the Board some months ago a proposition wvas carried that the indus- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2, Croxton Park; Friday, Ul, Aswarby Park; Sstarday, 12, Paper Hole. Snmowsuaxa (at M11-Thmrday January 10, Pitchford HflU; Friday, 11, Atcham. Bridge (at hLY). SnAYP7O13w5s, NOR= (at 1L30).-ThnA day, JTau&I7y 9. Seighford Hail; Friday, 11, Ashley VIllage (at 1). Si,"poMnBseIKI Subscribers-only content

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    THE COUNTY COUNJLS. p I h N3OMIATIONS FOR SWROPSIRE I ,t The nominations of candidates for seats on the Sbrop- shire County Council took place yesterday, the elections for thecontste~d divisions being fixed for tho 16th insant. The votes Subscribers-only content

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    (at 11).-Frddy, January 11, Awaby Park; Saturday. 12. Pener Hole. SuRorosruic (at 11)-This day, January 10, Pitehford Hall; Friday, 11, Atcham llridre (at 11.30). STLxFvuFOnDasEL , NorTIa (at 1l).-Frlday, January 11, Ashley Villge. (a 04)TisdyJaur1,Copn STAsrYOoWr.qir.E, SorTn (at 11)-Saturday, January Subscribers-only content

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    be counted to-day. Of fifty-one seats 01v siutteen were contested-namely, the three divisions of Shrewibary borough; the four divisions in Atcham Union (Ford, Pontesbury, Condover, and Wroxeter); Church Stretton division; Corvedale division, in the Ludlow Union; Wrockwardine, in the Wellington Subscribers-only content

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    43; .William M. Dawes, Newbonse, Craven Arms, farmer 39; Earl of Bradford, Weston Park, Shiffnal, 38; 'iev. Algernon Godfrey Kings!ord, Atcham Vicarage, Shrewsbury, 38; Richard Well, Mere House, Baschureb, farmer, 38; 'John Thomas, Ardmilllan, Oswestry, maltster, 38; 'A, George Venabales, Subscribers-only content

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    Bus or (at 6E1o-This dlay, February 1, Newton Ear; Saturdy2, Bulveir. SaoeSEMnE (at 145-This day, February 1, Lougner Hall (near Atcham). STorrThnsrnl, Nexars (at 1).-This day, February 1, Black-- brook; Monday, 4, Doddingtron; Wednesday, 6, Sherretla Wood; Friday, 8s, Alnington Subscribers-only content

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    (at 11).-This day, March 18, *ecdae avea Tues- day 19, Crudgington Station; Thursday, 2, Xennels; Friday, 22 trnger lan, near Atcham. Srnramoaaars, Noeas (at 14-This day, March 18, Narton- ia-Hales; Wednesday, 20, Bird-in-Hand; Friday, 22, Blackiruek. SrAa0o5ssrx, Sours (at 1M-This Subscribers-only content

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    Mach 22, Weavers Lodge; Saturday, 23. Rose Grange. Sanopsna (at 1U-This day, Mrch 21, Kennels; Friday, 22. Longner Elall, near Atcham. SrrosnDaa, Noatxs (at 12).-Priday, March 22, Black. brook. SnsrItRDnsmS, SOUnM (at 12).-Friday, March 22, Grand Lodge, Beaudesert. UtNrim (at Subscribers-only content

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    whole of the applications." SUSPICIOUS DEATH IN A SHROPSHIRE I ~~WORKHOUSE.I Mr. RI E. Clarke (coroner) held an inquest at Atcham Union Workhouse, near Shrewsbury, yesterday, on the body of Sarah Daley (32), an inmate of the houses who died, Subscribers-only content

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    in which imbecile paupers were employed as nurses, but it seems that this is permitted at the workhouse of the Atcham union, in Shropshire. The fact was disclosed a few days ago at an inquest on the body of S&s.&x Subscribers-only content

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    presented, and was considered highly s satisfactory. a THE, EMPLOYMENT OF IMBECILES AS NURSE-S. i At a meeting of the Atcham Board of Guardians at a Shrewsbury, on Saturday, a report was received from the a Officers' Committee in reference Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS BRIGHTON RACES. YFS'inrrt)Ax-4 soeweahnt duill -end thireatening morn- iag ripened into aI mot charmiing afternoon, and the sport provided by the Brighton executive wNas 'witnessed under most enjoyable circumstances. The recent showers had miade the coerce in Subscribers-only content

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    for the sale of intoxicating liquors, to be consumed either on or off the premises, for Atcharn House, situated at Atcham, in Shropshire. He explained that the house was formerly a fulliccused house, and continued to be so up to Subscribers-only content

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    of Lord Bierwiek, of Attinghain Hall, Shrewabury, for a licenso for the sale of intzoxicating liquors on premises kInown no3 Atcham Hfouse Itaprd that the~ house had been fully licensed op to 1873, and twenty year-s ago), be.fore the railway Subscribers-only content

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    his efforts have con- tributed mainly tokeeping the rates very low. He has also been for many years chairman of Atcham Union. There is no probability of any opposition to his return. DEVONPORT. The nomination of candidates for the seat Subscribers-only content

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