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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZ E,.-JAvf'i a THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS 1883 AND 91m RECEIVING ORDERS. WtILLIAsM Joni DAvIS, Haward Street, Lowestoft smack-owner. PrncyS oaaturEnSE-ToI TeTIntern Terrace, SpringRoad. late Carr Street, both Ipswich, baker and confectioner. WALTER SPAeLE, Britannia Cottages, Britannia Road, late Subscribers-only content

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    APPR1ENTIC'E WANTED. . LiNEN iDRA PERi in fill Btmiiests, in an a A aegs eable t h'bnu'jx fawn, isin VYtpf a An A'P ETICE. . N. B. APremium wvil bee % 'caeA ; and P11fsrilrslB .mcy be knownp y Subscribers-only content

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    D3EB£.BY, 7Yednesday January 5. XMARRIED. Mbrnday ltft, at St. Gedige's, Hanover-fquare; Lord Andover, to the Hon'Mits Dutton. St r''9ardlaitMr. Georke Bakewell, to Mils Annl Swift, both ofilisplace. 'At'Sheffeld, a fe W days 'ago, Mr.'Wm. Deoauk, of Croniford, inlthis coufty,to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO *1'liI CLERGY. TANTED at Ladv daty 1809, a lefident Curate il W Priett's Orders, toliupply the dot, *totwo Churches, viz CQucrh mroughton and Scropton, in (he county Ot Derby.-Tbe lonule at Broa~thihln aimd fmlau T.V euty to 'fhmtv Subscribers-only content

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    Olt Satttrdt, by tipecial license, at' the Priory, Stanmore, !ie Earl (if Abterl%, tt ie Viacountteos -laaniton. 'I'hemar- *IIgt eccreT(ily wits perioruioed by the Lord IBishop of Londlon. AIt St..Jaws'as Cliureli, the Hon. Mr. Powlett, to Lady t. IolWilar, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2n ,vistri'd lWas. e3y MATLOCK. so PzTir Szssaioos, Aug. 27th. B 7i [Before H. W. WALTHALL Bud El. M1. WAsS, Esqrs.1 cli Aaron Brown was charged by Richard Mosley, with as- Cc ad salighma Cofro h 1t uut f Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oere==_ awd xtI# , ,tages, & Statis. and T Notices of Births are charged 2s. 6d. each. The words " No on cards," or any addition to simple announcements of Mar- ioes riages or Deaths, render them subject to Subscribers-only content

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    DERBYSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. |, - - THE PLOUGH MATCHES AND HEDGE e CUTTING. The annual ploughing matches and hedge-cutting a competition of the Derbyshire Agricultural Society i took place on Wednesday, when there was a good i attendance, on Subscribers-only content

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    THE DERBYSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. lPLOUGHING AND HEDGE CUTTING COMPETI- TIONS. These annual competitions were hold yesterday week, at Aston, near Sudbury, and the weather being as fine as in Come previous years it bad been wet and uncomfortable, -the Subscribers-only content

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    gistilld f?lvs. LITTLEOVER. SINGULAR DEATH OF AN INFANT-On Tuesday even- ing Mr. W. H. Whiston, coroner, held an inquest at Lit- tleover, near Derby, touching the death of the infant child of a labourer named Wood, living in that Subscribers-only content

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    N, , , filift ?'Nlvr) -- --- m t #-. CRICEH. EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS.-A final ceotice has been J issued by the Education Department respectin- the school NN accommodation of this parish. On Saturday morning Mr. ii George Dawes, parish Subscribers-only content

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    ie ty 3tkali t, 2 h. . Id BIRTH. WoOLLEY-On August 26tb, at The Red House, L4ghb- borough, the wife of W. Edward Woolley, of a son. 8't hIMAnnIAGES AINSWOBTH-ToMLINsoN-On August 26, at St. John's Church, Derby, by the Subscribers-only content

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    (T i*id A(qws. ASHOBORNE. PIRO:PEBTY SALE-On Thursday last, at the fireen Man, Mr. Wilkinson, under instructions from Mr. Wm. Parker, 4, Amen Alley, Derby, sold by auction, in one lot, 18 freehold oottagesi. The bidding was spirited, commencing at Subscribers-only content

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    gjst?ift V, 4ws. 1 -__ ~ ASHBORNE. glrsFA RF--ThB annual September oheese fair C held on 1'nesday. There was a good average .tch of clipese and a fair attendance of faetors and PriesS flutuated considerably. Good dairies h a~ Subscribers-only content

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    &ZKst#ft saw$. U ALFRETON. d LOCAL BoAnD.-The monthly meeting of the mem- 1 bers of this Board was held on, Tuesday, under the rl presidency of Mr. J. Roberts.-Dr. Gaylor, the medical I officer, reported that the quarter ending Subscribers-only content

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    R POLICW0.AQ,-. .DERBY COUN1TY 1COURT. Bn, 9XldafBsfore .tha Hon i.zw ervs, ank A. Mn . -FesP ' S r, - eroy Harvey,; insura:nce agent,,436, .Crewe ef Street, Deby)'Vas- summoned for riding a bicycle sh, on the footpath os. 'the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS 1883 AND 1890. RECEIVING ORDERS. (By telegraph from last night's London Gazette.) William John Davis, Haward-street, Lowestoft, smack owner. Perry Samuel Sexton, Tintern-terrace, Spring-road, late Carr-street, both Ipswich, baker and confectioner. Walter Sporle, Britannia Cottages, Britannia-road, Subscribers-only content

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    TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, » t the Exchange Coffee-Room, in Bristol, on - " Thursday the 18th July, at one o'clock pre- C se ' f ' THE BRIG Burthen, per register, ■__P-KJT___ KiSy lons > British built, Subscribers-only content

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    ON SALE, BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, THE BRIG wUfcfc ROBERT RUSSELL, BrtNjf Master, km^aTa*B*w**9Mnwmt**M w g ui i t „ uner particular in- s-iection, at Lancaster, for private Use, and launched »'n the ?Brh November, 1803 ; is well found Subscribers-only content

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    WANTED, c rOVFRNOR and GOVERNESS \ S WORKHOUSE at CLAUGHTON, .'" , ff a MAN and his WIFE. Any per- -I'' '•■•' ,!J^ ?' n „alifk'J, may apply for further par- iii'. '' "-\i r JmiN Gibson, overseer. - Subscribers-only content

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