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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BURTON AND MILINTHO1;PE AGRIOUl.- TUEAL 'SOCIAl'9lON. The annual exhibitbti of this society, which, rith t0%% exception of the show held at Jencal last week, IS tea chief exhibition in Wesamoreland, was held at Muiluthorm Iyeterday. The weather was flne, Subscribers-only content

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    il t Atl M1arrioee.s sent fromt a distance. nust be vultbentwolted by, (ha oii/aittird oj one of our agents, or by that of a kntelnt eairrea- noneateit. A ssounautei ilo of Births are subject to a charge Of 2s. Subscribers-only content

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    I I YONM LST NVIGHT? 7,O-D I ~RECEIVIG OLDERS 4 i Blewitt B, London. surmeon RECEIVING OPM3; r aS tt Blewitt B., London, saRrgeCEI Oorhold H., Regent'e Park, French cabit Ker the Bon- C. J. Commonly called Lord' Mtain Subscribers-only content

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    THE STRYCENINE 2o18UNING AT GAINBBOROUGL COMMITTAL OF THdE PEISO1IEI At the tGinshoroug Poice-court, yesterday, the prisoner Alexander Morgan, a Grimsby and Gainboroiugh fish dealer, was brought up on remand charged with the wilful murder, by stryine poisoning, of Tom Subscribers-only content

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    Just Published, BY REQUEST, » cpIIMON Preached at the Triennial Visitation I nf ihe HicstT Rkvekend tfie Lord Bishop ( , ( -.tih, iv tlie Parish Citu/rch, of Blackburn, ,','. jtiMsdar- I- 11 ' oi - ,uue ' l83 Subscribers-only content

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    MABCHESTEB DIOCESAN CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY. PATRON- THE BISHOP OF THE DIOCESE. ON SUNDAY MORNING, Jakuaby 27th, 1856, A SERMON will (D.V.) be preached at St. Peter's Church, Blackburn, by the Rev. THOS. SHARPLES, MJL ; and at Holy Trinity Subscribers-only content

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    OX SALE, a good-rired STOVE, on the most modern principle - suitable for a large Shop or a small Place of Worship.- Apply at the PRINTER'S. PADIHAM AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. PEESIDKNT : SIR JAMES P. KAY SHUTTLEWORTH, BART. THE ANNUAL Subscribers-only content

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    OPENING OF Christ's Church, Accrington. THE public are respectfully informed, that on Thursday, the l/th inst, this Church will be „ pened for Diviue Service, when TWO SERMONS will be preached by the Rev. WILLIAM VILLERS, M.A., Incumbent of Subscribers-only content

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    IJUnugrs. On the 14th inatant, at Holy Trinity Church. Southpor'. by the Bey. John Henderson, M.A.. incumbent of Colne. THOMAS, eldest son of BENJAMIN W HIT WOBTH, Eau. M.P.. to ELIiSABETH. eldest da-htar of BoksißT SHAW, Eaq., of Coins. Subscribers-only content

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    JAJCITO * CALF^THEBIC EX-scsm MRS - frILLINS i^4^S^Bu^Hotr m THUBSDAY ' 0« ~~^ MISS CLABK \V I ttL?SrS, e^ her In »troctions in Dancine on *VL*SS^Sm*^^" £a *- M»sr*g T < S5 t fa Sate **<- BABCIBO ABS_DBPOBTaBBI7 MB. Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL INTEL-IGENOE. Continued from Ps>ge Five Betibehent or] Mb. Gbaetok,. M.P.- At a meeting of the Liberal Executive for the Accrington Division, on Wednesday night a letter was read from Mr. F. W. Grafton, M..P ., who is at Subscribers-only content

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    (Bmnni Sufelligron. The old convict hulk Justitia was sold by auction at Woolwich, a few days ago, for £910. The Express (London paper) states that the Duchess of Buccleuch has been admitted into the Roman Ca- tholic Church by Subscribers-only content

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    FOR ST. THOMAS and ST, CROIX. r-^-, THE SCHOONER jHj£Sßa*m>- Burthen 101 tons, a remarkably fast sailer ; and intended to be dispatched without . delay. *i« Forireight apply-»o / • BOLTON and HTTLE.D ALE. Livtarooi., J«tv 19, 18H. Subscribers-only content

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    GAME-DUTY. lIST of PERSONS who J have obtained CERTIFI- j GATES, within the County of LANCASTER, for the year 1812, made up to Sept. 7, 1812. GENERAL CERTIFICATES, At the rate of Three Guineas each. A Arthington Robt. M Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIED. On Monday fast, at Lindale, Mr. Rawlinvon, of Walney, to Misk Susannah Dodgson, of Cartmel Fell. Same day, Mr. Hargreaves, solicitor, of Blackburn, to Eliza, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Robert Hargreave, of Bury. On Thursday ssennight Subscribers-only content

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    THE MAItKETS. LANCASTER, Saturday Last, March 6 -Wheat a fair supply and 6d per toad dearer. Oatmeal without change in value. Beans : demand for seed, and ls per load dearer. a. d. s. d. Wheat, white, per load Subscribers-only content

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    pterrmcT fomt/iaftNcF . ; . ,r ■ GABSTCANfI. ; &n * Appoistmehtof RBaisxiuii.- Mr. R. G. Wataon has be«o appointed by the Jutye as Registrar «*f the court, subject to the approval of the Lord Chancellor- Fohton School Boakd.- Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIAGES AND DEATH*. MARRIAGES. KiHfty- Burton - January 3rd, at St. Mary Abbott' a, Kensington, London, by the Righc it**. the Lord Bishop of Newest In, G*or»Ks D*suni-, virimt -urriviu/- *an of William KiMe.r. of Svaforeh, Liver- pool, to Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. On the 27th ult.. at Quarry Hill, Scotforth, tta wife of Francis Sharpe, of a daughter. On the 30th ult., at Capernwray, the Hon. Mr*. Marton, of a daughter. " MARRIAGES. Lancaster- On the 28th Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. BIRTH. Oa the 2lBt April, at Maseru, Basutoland, Mary, wife of Charles Christopher Adcock, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. Lancaster - On the 17th inst., at Ebenezer Chapel, by the Rev. W. B. Luddington, Mr. Henry Teasdale, Subscribers-only content

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