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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. SOUTH STAFFORDSHI RE WATER WORKS COMPANY. The fourteenth ordinary meeting of this company was held yesterday at the George Hlotel, Walsall, R. C. Chawner, Esq., in the chair. There was a good attendance of shareholders. The secretary, Subscribers-only content

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    ~r cnwisdr o &dli y Actin.&c., see page 8 o' MO.KDAY NEXT, iT TE SALE RiOOMS, CORPolIArIOcv STREET. A LARGE CON~,SIcN.)ENT OF CASES OF ASSORTED DUTCH 3ULBS, One being a ,PECIAL CASE 0F11 YACTIN'1711 ONLY. .aW.D NIEL & SN Subscribers-only content

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    LOCA-L AND GENERAL. LEEDS, MAY 30, 1865. T1 he Barnsley, Ackworth, and Pontefract Railway Bill has been withdrawn. CHUECH MISSIONARY MEETING AT HUDDERSFIELD. -Last night, the annual meeting of theHuddersfield branch of the Church of England Missionu ry Society Subscribers-only content

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    *.-At t.LtRt V t. - - . ' ,,fI , - l , '! F'T\I5PANY1 L:4.,' . -: .. . .: :;-M' I. -..l-.P~~~~~~vrv * [T.L. i \i rT NA I -. p ~~~~~~K. F A R1'.1 A 1up:' Subscribers-only content

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    Security combined with Profit. SUFFOLK and GENERAL COUNTRY amicable Siisunmce Office AGAINST LOSS PRO vr nr»r * ESTABLISHED at BURY v, > Psvif^" ,„„ REVISED with the above TIT I ■ H , 1 * 1 1802 ' and Subscribers-only content

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    ---""' n nominated for Sheriffs f GentlerPV 1 " '':•••' „.-.--. oi-dus Papei : .-■;. t-i' "'" f pill.y, Esq. John nirr.er .' -^tl^'vsq. and Thomas Trench Berney, ' - . :;.::c;:::;' : - "'' * - V' •**'*?'- Subscribers-only content

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    jBorlDl'Cl), Dec 19, 1810 The Rev. Richard Stephenson, curate of Feit- II in this county, is instituted to the Vicarage U J \Vitchford, Cambridgeshire, vacant by the 0 t jj 0 f the Rev. R. Whish, on the presentation Subscribers-only content

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    I Yesterday sennight Mr. S. Durrant was married B M« Smah Hammond, both ot Yarmouth. ° &._eday Mr. John Rice, farmer, oßnmdon, rr. married to Miss Julian Leggatt, of St. Law- !rl^^!j.mesTaid,f.rmer,ofAslacton, nißßrried'to Miss Betts, eldest daughter ofthe I* Subscribers-only content

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    Wr-"' Xnkwton, Ir-anANI) SILVERSMITH, l^k Messrs. SWIFT" & Co. •r ''VRJLI V calls t'>e attention of his ? E ■- 'the Public to the following SCHEME * •'•'"' : ' J "f \T£ LOTTERY, which will be drawn ''" Subscribers-only content

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    m^Z^* rcb l8!l I OF rHl ' : BURY POSTI fc^eithe medium of your Paper I feel j ,-M'U'*' Ir „,„ --i.il. ls the most gratetul «<*'<> «u.uat.entio nS to mvS-lf and j ■ : .: *■'•),;■, .A** -^ Subscribers-only content

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    * v 1?" t ,°. the H M* Sheriff has been most re- "Vftp? tllis Col,n -*y» for the purpose of *■».« nnce Re g*-"-*"-t on the late atrocious f :,'i| hher' eem'S ° n ' an<l I ,ia Subscribers-only content

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    The Hon. Jacob Henry Delaval Loftus Astley, eldest son of Lord Hastings, attained his majority on Sunday, the 21st inst. ; and on Thursday, a party of gentlemen dined together at the house of Mr. Bell, the Hastings Arms Subscribers-only content

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    J' iring the week, a black marble slab, with a border of St. Ann r marble, has been placed over the grave of the _'•■ Bishop, with this inscription : - " In the faith of 1 rist, here Subscribers-only content

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    On Wednesday la?.t Edmund K. Lacon, Esq. and Lieut. Gen. Loftus, were elected Members for Yarmouth. - At the final close of the poll the numbers were, Lacon 607 - Loftus 387 - Wilson 329 ; upon which the Subscribers-only content

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    On Saturday the 3d inst. the Rev. George Burgess, A. B. was instituted to the Vicarage of li alvergate, in this county, on the presenta- tion of the Lord Bishup of Ely, and licensed to tiie Perpetual Curacy of Subscribers-only content

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    v.R Rl i o '. S. H. Savory to L _ 4 nt»b e rß_din,Bninca_ter. Kj^'jS Seat. Nelson, daughter ot Mr. f'i^^hth.Bloomsbury ■ ■" i<.G^$ c , llpsa ki stationer, ot ■ T^S^V Sudbury, the ■ >.'• yg. p. Subscribers-only content

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    <r„ a IBIS. .'-I^Son to Miss Sarah If Jf^ilKxh John Wright, car- l^^^^e both of this c.ty ; I Cole, iron- K^iw^* BfeceofMr. Keymer, B-r'.r.^fj.uives, of St. Peter's ■ ... -0 ' j__s 3 " I- »** 1 "eds, Subscribers-only content

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    , Dec n,, I » 1 S. -...If.. - A .. ■ r 1 TT.nt ...fr^'^iiH-Vc. ■ w"i'Kß'y. „ ■(■■ V „ . aW'---*- ,/i Two following Days, -'^X : '''rir.^ : » nl '. o^cl-«'d in every Parcel. Subscribers-only content

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    IrCorn Market on Saturday last, Wheats 4 so abundant as the previous week ; samples had a ready sale at 58s. to 60s. ,Ie same as last market; inferior sold at reduced prices. - Barley was brisk in ! Subscribers-only content

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    Ivest: '• meeting, held at St. Andrew's on Sunday evening, six clcrgvmen heir names to perform evening service day alternately, at St. Andrew's and n's churches tCo-n Market on Saturday, there was pply of vv'heat, comparatively with t r Subscribers-only content

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