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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -19, 20, May 1:4, ateleven, at the Talboet Tavern, ris- '---tot. Attorney,.Atr. Parker, Axbridge. - zQP-erge.Stevens, jan,-Bedford, grocer, April 9, 16, Mfay 14, at ten, at Guildhall, Lundon. Attorney, -Mr Townsend, Staple's Inn, 'George Herron, Bcrrneadsey-strec', felimonger, April 9, at Subscribers-only content

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    Attorney, Mr. Carlon, High-street, Mary-le-bone. W. Blackburn, Bedford, Laneasbire, manufacturer. Attornies, Messrs. Hurd and Johnson, Temple. R. J. R. Jenkins, Axbridge, Somersetultire, clerk. Attoruies, Messrs. Poole and Greenfield, Gray's-inrs-square. J. Todd, Cottenhem, Cambridgeshire, butcher. Attorney, Mr. Robinson, Half-moon-street, Piccadilly. T. Subscribers-only content

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    Liverpool, tax-collector. R. Cliinnock, Frome Selwood, Simersetshire, builder. T. Jarvis, Adderbury, Oxfordshire, fellmonger. T. Baker, Wolverhantpton, StafFordshire, mercer. T. Prowse, Axbridge, Sornersetshire, surgeon. J. Hill, Regent Street, Piccadilly, tailor. M. Gill Skipton, Yorkshire, haberdasher. J. Alderson, Liverpool, oil merchant. R. Subscribers-only content

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    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. A fire broke out on Tuesday night, sooim after tea o'clock, at Marriott's c uttol.mulnfactoryb Co ipton-street, Clerkenwell. By the exertions of the ;6nen it vvas prevented extending beyood that building, thLe isterior of vllicb, however, Subscribers-only content

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    15, P. Barratt, Neos Bond street, jeweller.-May 14, J. Philpott, Bell Sauvage yard, Ludgate hill, innkeeper.-May 19, J. W. Webb, Axbridge, Somersetshire, grocer.-Mlay 12, R. Eastgate, York, linen manufacturer.-May 14, R. W. J. and J. Fletcher, Walsall, Staffordshire, ironmongers,-May 26, Subscribers-only content

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    not be the occasion of so much loss as was anticipated. MYSTEsIOUs CASE.-A few days since, as a labourer of Axbridge, Souner- setsiire, was digging up an old asparagus bed in a garden, he discovered a human skeleton, lying about Subscribers-only content

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    perceived in the parsonage house, the residence of the Rev. George Beadon, vicar of Axbridge. The neighbours, with a kind promptitude, came to the door and rang the bell, &e., and in a short time entered the house both in Subscribers-only content

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    execution of the said last-mentioned act tor part of the county of Somerset, to be held at the Town Hall, Axbridge, on the l1th isot., at 12 o'clock at unon, instead of at the Cqancii Rouse, Bristol, as previously advertised Subscribers-only content

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    wharf, Queenhithe, paper commission agent. [Cooper, Old Cavendish street. W. Bearup, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, joiner and builder. [Lambert, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. W. Lewis, jun. Axbridge, Somersetshire, corn factor. (Robins and Co. Wells, Somersetshire. T. Bentley, Eccleston, Lancashire, calico printer. [Bennett, Princes street, Manchester. INSOLVENTS Subscribers-only content

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    11, A. Mason, Bury St Edmund's, coach pro- prietor-June It, G. H. D. Lawrence, Hornsey, merchant-June 13, W. Lewis, jun. Axbridge, Somersetshire, baker-June 11, J. B. Nelson, Liverpool, millwright-June l l, S. Ball, Liverpool, chemist -June I 1, W. Robertson, Subscribers-only content

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    manufacturers. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. R. K. Ross, Glasgow, sharebroker-J. Macintyre, Dunoss, inn- keeper-A. Robertson, Ellen, cattle dealer. MARRIED. April 22nd, at Axbridge, Somerset, by the Rev. G. a. Beadow, the Rector, Herbert Adolphus Reed, Esq., of Walwsrth, London, to Maria Harriet Subscribers-only content

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    Edmunds, South square, Gray's inn-J. CULUXN, Nottingham, grocer. Solicitor, Wells, Nottingham-T. C. DAvNCEY, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, bootmaker. Solicitor, Sabine, Bristol-W. Dwr, Axbridge, Somersetshire, farmer. Solicitors, Lawrence and Reed, Cheapside -C. FAINT, Blackpool, Lancashire. hotel keeper. Solicitors, Johnson and Co. Temple-T. FAsDELI, Subscribers-only content

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    the latter agreeing to comnplete the railway and II idock by June 30. r Tmlr SUSmPICIOUS DimATle OF A LADY.-At Axbridge, ti Oil Saturday, John Frosti Day, farmer, and Emily Eliza- ti both Staillrd, governess, were charged wsth the wilful Subscribers-only content

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    reduction of thie, interest is inadinis- sible, unless accompanied by a guarantee for the payment of the reduced interest. At Axbridge Police Stat~ion, on Saturday, Mr. I JonN DAY, farmer, and Mi es STAi.LARD, governess, were again examined on tl Subscribers-only content

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    per cent. Austrian and Huingarialn entes and Austrian Credit Shares also improved. Lombard Shares Were slightly weaker. THE AXBRIDGE MYSTERY. At the Axbridge P0,Tj, oCoujrt,-onSatuirday, Jolo Frost Arney Day, farmer, and Emily, Elizabeths Stallarid, governess, vere charged on raemand with Subscribers-only content

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    agent. N. %'ALSBi, Birmingham, grocer. W. L. TlZARiD, Birmingham, engineer. '. 131EAK, Axbridge, Spilit nierchant. A. WIILLIAMS, the Younger, Gloucester, tailor. J. ALLAN, Scarborough, druggist. C. PAYNE, Clanritino, omnibus proprietor. A. KELLY, Crosby, cotton dealer. 1. TURNELR, N cwtown, grocer. Subscribers-only content

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    stick and knife wore found in a stroam near, as described by the murderer. The prisoner was brought before the Axbridge MagIstrates on Saturday, and remanded. THE MURDER IN GLADIORGANSHIRE. Tho enquiry Into the cause of the death of Martha Subscribers-only content

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    charged, on his own confession, with the murder of a Iboy in Somersetshire, was brought before the Magis- eat, at Axbridge, on Wednesday, and was ooamittd 1or trial. The first appearance of the QUEEN at Aldershot, since the PRINCE CONSORT's Subscribers-only content

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    Lewes.e... ....4., Stockton,. 16, 17,18. 31cham I... 8, 9 I Oxford,...17, 18 ',Xdeor . . 10,11 Dover .22 Scarborough 29,30 Axbridge 1; North Pether'on 22 LiverpooL..ao.30,31 ,, 1bm . 2 SEPTEMBER. Wa.wick. 4, 5 chmond ,. 1, 20 'Monmouth ..21, Subscribers-only content

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    ...... , 9 Oxford ........ 17, li I Scarborough. 25,26 Windsor . 10,1 Dover....... 22 I Margate ... 28, 29 Axbridge . 1 North Petherton 221 Liverpool .... 30,31 R ainham ....... 12 I SIPTEMBER. Wsrwlck ........ 4, 5 Richmond Subscribers-only content

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