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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    square. a NSOLVENTS (PETITIONERS). VT Lwso, Odhal, abinat maker. buies Phebt Lane, ~ottinghill square, Kensingt~flboarding-house keeper. clsie amr T. Pycock, Atterby, Lincll sie amr t. Ppit~t, Shleffield out of business. 3. Coxtt, SCaffeld, Stary near Ipswvich, shopman. VT efs, Bristol, Subscribers-only content

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    1 Isaac Olton, Hansacre, brickmakar. Phebe Lane, Notting-hill-square, Kensington, boarding-house- 1\ keeper. I John Hallam, Skibton, piece maker. Thomas Pycock, Atterby, farmer. a James Cox. Capel St. Mary, near Ipswich, shopman. George Platts, Shefflield, out of business. S William JeMs, Subscribers-only content

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    It N. In Merrey, 3.eaderdram._;Dt SI-q. 6-9. and2 30 at St9. St. ; Mrs. Aliddfle~n, L Bartont. 7Ocat66i.. Mre. tieas½exesculore. Atterby. 155 at 1Sc. ; Id Sr. B-urtomn. Ca'uaatoer~ara, Icat 6%s;M rv~, 1 wrh 5 dII 56 sho at 635.; Subscribers-only content

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    TroSthoorp (proposed to be- included.in' b = - -, Alford division) to the Louth div'on. nd place Glent: worth. Fillingiaam, Atterby, Caeny, Owmby, and Nor.l 1 * manby to the Gainaberougi, divisiou. The Town CJerk" 1 was inatructed to attend Subscribers-only content

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    are propoged to be included in the Alford Division) be added ;oto the Louth Division; and that Glenworth, Fillingham, n Atterby, Bishop Norton, Glontham, Csaby, Ournby. y and Normauhy he placed to the Galosborough Division.- e Mr C.vo (of Brigg Subscribers-only content

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    third and fourth, £B10 eaub ; winners of two coues. £4lis. each. II. Kilkeal b Sultan I Marplot h Lord Atterby January Blast b Pommoroy I Donald Coma" b Clyde Btairn Falding FPst b Drumshan6 (l); Mrutiny b Border Charlie Subscribers-only content

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    Yodog and Toraoteett, )uIarGton Ge-e, horse olanghtererg PARcTNERtSIIPS DIt55tLVAi. Tho COnrier Printiug end Publishing Company, Tumbridge Wells, prtnters Mcl~or and Atterby, Srocbton-on-Tres, builders Frost BrotlierD, Buerll, iranmontigrs 'eces lt. Puarle and Co., orndon, eomniusion and general agents F , L. Subscribers-only content

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    THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S CAZETTE. --w- - ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS ,Il DC5BY-The nominations for this annual event for the ensuing oitm to 146; they may perhaps have exceeded this number (belt net of late) at some anterior period, whicth we Subscribers-only content

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    shire, grocer-J. Butcher, Withnell, Lancashice, shopman-1. Olton, Hansaere, Staffordshire, brickmaker-P. Lane, Kensington, lodging house keeper-J. Hallam, Skipton, Yorkshire, piecemake'-T. Pveock, Atterby, incolnslsire, farmer-J. Cox,CapelSt. Mary. Ipsvich,shop. man-G. Platts, Wicker, Sheffield, ironmonger-W. Jeffs, Bristol, as- sistantsurveyor on the Great Western Railto'y-L. Subscribers-only content

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    ...... W - 14 toe 14. Barge, Eidward T.- 131105 20. Jolmsose, le. P.......2 15. Stcivart, Fredkc. Janies 354 30. Atterby. 'Thonmas .. 206 c lbesolveou uniilnioisly,-" That, the hootilltanks of this Courthie presented to Thomas Molrriman Cosonbs, Esq., for Subscribers-only content

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    he would dispose of his wail at tbe eaat end of King- street, and also to ask Messrs Mellor and Atterby if they wonld lay out a part of their land as a continuation of King-street if the Corporation made Subscribers-only content

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    WASH-HOUSES. The minutes of the Borough Fund Com- mittee showed that a letter bad been reoeived from Messra Mellor and Atterby offering 833 square yards of their land adjoining the Bathß at the price of 13a per square yard. The Subscribers-only content

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    in the matter. THB BING-BTBBBT IMPROVEMENTS. The Town Clerk (Mr H. G. Faber) read the following letter from Messrs Mellor, Atterby, and Nicholson relative to the King-street proposed improvements - "We hereby agree to accept your offer for the opening Subscribers-only content

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    J_9 Tj-REEHOLD Houses For Sale. 5 rooms, bath- room, Vene- F tian Mind-, j,as fittings, Iron £173 each. T. _( Atterby, 1, Newby-terrace, Stockton. tc HOU-__(s-roon_eda_id scullery) For Sale ; also, Wanted to Rent or Purchase a House and Garden Subscribers-only content

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    Linthorpe- road. FREEHOLD Houses For Sale. 5 rooms, bath-room, V ene- tian Winds, gas fittings, from £175 each. T. E Atterby, 1, Newby-teneee. Stockton. to 1 FREEHOLD Houses (six-roomed) For Sale; also good 1 Corner Shop in St. Bernard road, Subscribers-only content

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    Hartlepool. 16 E.REEHOLD Houses For Sale, 5 rooms! bath-room, v ene- tian blinds, gas fittings, from £175 each. T. B Atterby, 1, Newby-terrace, Stockton. »c IT EE -HOLD Houses (rlx-roomed) For Sale; also good Comer Shop in St. Bernard-road, Weldon's Subscribers-only content

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    Stockton. jy3l REEUOLD Houses For Sale, b rooms, bath-room, v ene- tian blinds, gas fittings, from £180 each. T. R Atterby. 1, Newby-terrace, Stockton. tc FREEHOLD Houses (six-roomed) For Sale; also arocd 1 Corner Slaop in St. Bernard-road, Weldon's Gardena Subscribers-only content

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    FREEHOLD House-. For Sale, 6 rooms, i _U.-roo_n, v ene- tian blinds, gas ti, tings, from £180 each. T. E Atterby, 1, Newby -terrace, Strxrkton. tc L .REEHOLD Houses (six-roomed) For Sale; also good JT Corner Shop in St. Bernard Subscribers-only content

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    Darlington. TTTREEHOLD Houses lor Sale, 5 rooms, liatii-roor.i, '-re- |£! tion blinds, j,-as fittings, from £180 each. T. P. ' Atterby, 1, Newby-terrace, Stockton. tc i I/UIEEHOLD Hon.es (six-roomed) For Sale; also goexl ' Corner Shop in St. Bernard road, Subscribers-only content

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    «>9 T7IREEHOLD Houses For Sale, b rooms, bath-room, v ene- J? tian blinds, gas fittings, from £180 each. T. E Atterby, 1, Newby-teirace, Stockton. tc IrtREEHOLT) Land ioi the People, one mile irom Alton Market-place; Plots 40ft. by 200 ft. Subscribers-only content

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