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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    atudof.- Th bai frm big antagonist had lodged in his wailg ddied iuld pof bextracted. The dispute originated at tbe Atterton Pare Coursing.."A oieetipg took place at seven o'clock on MIpnday.mgrn- iug, at Ote Broad-gppab bt tbree quarters of a Subscribers-only content

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    Mrs Cheney, aged ee-On the 19th, at South- esesplon, in tier Seth year, Mrs Wa .rd-On tist 2as tir, Mlrs Atterton, in her Sist year -On the 23rd, at Batl, the CountessDowagee of Rtoden, aged n2-On tse 2414, at Ho. Subscribers-only content

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    NG1 MAXoll'S and IROSNeMONGERGBY BJUSINESS. carried l on for upwards of a anartee of a century by the late Lr. Atterton. Complete stock. Good towrn sad m try trade-For ffurther parti- _ cularo, apply to Moosro, Winterton and Sons, Esinte Subscribers-only content

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    woods in this Union shoull be rated at Ss, per acre, grore estimated rental. The proposed now valuation lists for Atterton and Ratcliffe Colay were presented, when the com- mittee refused to revisc the same, inasmuch as the Ovorseers had Subscribers-only content

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    Tiatnt Street, PraRtott, Lattoaht'e. ctiltl 15 Tintnio.-NWANTFLI, a thoroughly proctical SIAN, of stuady .2habitoi. accttotomod to anilrounmonger'. hoip.-Apply to Jatuco Atterton. Ltchiluld. cliii CLeaither Cawt M~akern.- WANT141. a YOUTH, who lt:43 a knowledge of timo Wood Work.-Ayply to W. Hugheo. Subscribers-only content

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    namsud Atterton, al great ally of thi former in political affairs. On seeing Baxter, Simonds made a cozssunication to Atterton, mand the nature of tiat coumluunica- cation nsustbe inferred from what followed immediately afterwards. Slinonde jeft the room, whereupon Atterton Subscribers-only content

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    was dis- cecissued in Noveamber, 18;7. On the snorning of ties polling day of the last election I saw Mr. Atterton, a snmith, who sslced mle if I would give nay vote for Colonel Dyott, htb I did not plonise, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    himn he might stop till hIe got another master, and he rouained with mafor theeet nonthb afterwOards. Ianevr instructed cither Atterton or PlibouY to oiler a re-engagemont to Bsaxter if lie would vote for Dyott I dhl not disalebrgo him Subscribers-only content

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    dition contained,' and did Atterton act with the authority a of Symoods? The question rested upon inference or sus- 8 picion, and upon suspicion I must decline to act for the .psspose of defeating an election. Atterton has denied that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1871. Increase, Decrease. Ansley . 785 .. 603 .. 0 .. 82 Atlherstone. 3877 .. 3667 . 0 .. 210 Atterton ........ 78 .. 4 . 0 .. 2 Bentley. 2so . 2S9 .. 9 .. 0 Baxterley.. 27 .. Subscribers-only content

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    MAarch -24, at 12. Janies West, Coton-in-the-Elm9, Derby, farmer. 3Meeting at the Midrand lHotel, Burtor-on-Trcnt, MWarch 21, at 11. James Atterton, Lichilcid, ironfounder and ironnmonger. Socond mneeting at the Old Crown Hotel, Likhfleld, March 20,at a. Albert Samuel, Cheltenham. furniture, Subscribers-only content

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    appointed Mr. Janres Bunkle, of Waterloo bitreet, pnlio:c ncoulthDt, receiver ef the ciut to, I'! Jouss Cuovs-r, the youeger, of Atterton, Leicester, arImer, a, bankrupt. - This was first iieeting of creditoro. 1ii,r. . C. E'owke, solicitor, represented tbe petitioning Subscribers-only content

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    A. E. a Gilbert, Corporal Bowler, Lance-corporal Litherland, Colour. sergeant A. Galllmore, Private E, W7iseman, Private Yates, Ser. s geant Atterton, Corporal Meachain, Private Bliullock, Private J, Litherland, Corporal Gee, Sergeant George, Privates Binns, Cave, lHumpbries, Litherland, and Swectman. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    agcd May Queen, E yrs Randy, 5 yrsa Vixen, aged Albert Ifavlhorn, 4y Grafton. 6 yre Lily Hawthorn, 6 y Atterton, 5 yrs 2650-Ths O1ree HU-TsRs' STEPLPOCrsAsE, PLATE of 65 sevs; four-year-olds 10st lib, fivr list IQ0b, six and aged Subscribers-only content

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    Attrtn (Mr. Cart) also ran.-Betting: 7 to 4 on Randy, and 100i to ol aget any other -ogered.-Upnn settling down Atterton made the ronning trom eedy aond Noemnn until a 'quarter of a mile from home, where Randy drewv to Subscribers-only content

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    'usndey, 5, Fair Oak (by invitation); Thursday, 7, Boscobel; Saturday, 9, Bell Inn, Tong. ATnERlSTONB (at. 12).-This day, April 4, Atterton; Wednoes- day, o, Secikcigton; Saturday, 9, Arley village. BEAUsoeR's, Dutcs OF (at 11).-This day, April 4, Alderley; Tuesday, 5, Subscribers-only content

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    Hilt took O~va wikets3 for 6 runs, end Stevenson four for 8, Scores :-ltasudsworth WoYnd : Silvester;s 'i Neal, is Atterton, 3; 2,3 E Hill; is Reelves, 0 : Stevenson, a Neats, is Manning. 23 ;' Ailhsla, is Reeves, 6 Subscribers-only content

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    11.0); Thursday, 16, Bagley; Fri- day, 17, Buruhill Green; Saturday, 18, Peuhridge. ATHEBSTOE (fat 1l)-This day, February- 13, Atterton; Tues- day, 14, Shutrisgton Bridge; Priday, 17, Brink-low Station; Saturday, 18, Arbury. BZALUFOrT'S, DL'E oF (at 11).-This day, February 13, Aveo- Subscribers-only content

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    March 1, Sta'Ford Castle (at 11.30); Friday, 2, Burnlhill Green; Saturday, 3, Ivetsey Bank~. ATPrEttsTotE (at 11).-This day, February 27. Atterton ; Wed. nesday, 29. Cric3ett's Inn; Friday. March 2, Cloudesley Bush Saturday., 3, Arbury. sICEST-Ra (at 11),-This day, February Subscribers-only content

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    Thur-day, S. E'ville; Friday. 9 PFrel- tidge-at 11-i0: Satuidav 1t. lBedl Ino Tone. ArsiEP.sroN r (at 11)-This doy' Merch 5, Atterton; Wedues- lay, 7, Crickets nn: Frnday, 9, Bunklars h'tation (at 1L3); Saturday, 10, A-iey Villase. BxccasrErs (lt 'l).-This d.y, Subscribers-only content

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