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    Index of places A - Y A. Abbotstone , co. Hampshire, 275, 277. "Abbott of St. Mary's of Yorkes Place ," par. of St. Peter the Less, 147. Abbott's Ann , co. Hampshire, 275, 277. Abbott's Inn , par. British History Online

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    'ACTOR requires Tr3voIIer lconunwI3siou), uith Conaeotioa annollg Cabilletunsker?f liouss-turaLshers &o-Addresd, D. iv0 DlvDf Pat c8713 MiAN.-Walitet B yotmg nIau, reRideat In South St3ffordshiro | 3S IGGal I9eprevElltVIUVC Or 3 Sholiield Flrul, Mtist ba rel:twb v, r>nd of undeniabie elzarsoter.-Adthevs, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TO LET-BUSINTESS PREMIE8. H AI tDESS'EIW-T Le.Vrldj.eab1isbel1 hoi,oppogi poeNRdc,.Briga.I-otn medcrate,..mlie V,-RO' Oterenageens.Tenereasobt. ny J ,licsnr. eI,, t £O 0) S~~~ISES -to Let; suitable or fe trOr anyllgh~~e. jApply,, fly. Dingil- HartiohonlaisuaerntnS dl 'jjLooS1IU8,1,.RY.-To Let, a latrge BomsuItal fsa aclubonr Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    MIDLAND DISTRICT NEWS. STRATFORD-ON- AVON TOWN' COIUNCIL. A monthly meeting of the above Conncil. was held last evening; the Mayor (Mr- W. Pearzte) presiding.-- This being the first occasion that the Couzncil had met I a since the death Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SATURDAY'S POST LONDON. SATURDAY. February 2. THE Paris papers of Wednesday have arrived, and they contain the discussions, on the preceding day, in the Chamber of Depu- ties, upon the law for regulating the press. It was, like it*** Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SATURDAYS POST. LONDON. SATURDAY, February 9. THE Dublin Evening Post of Tuesday is filled with details of outrages in the counties of Limerick and Cork, if possible more atro- . s a s well as more daring, than any Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WILL OP THE LATE MR. SAMUEL MORLEY. The details of the will of the late Mr. Samuel Morley ? T _ >^i.^ Q S de o k J now ,*l' thB Personalty being declared at £467,474. 7a. 3d. The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WATCH AND LIGHTING COMMITTEE At tha meeting of thia coramittae to day there were present-Tha Mayor (Aid. Holland), tha Chamberlain i,. .;• Pr,oe) ' A'.-r.nen Hill, W. Stallard, Noake, a *_J?_23 T °* D she-.d, Barnett, Mcasrj. Downes, OH. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    -jJourttg f^ttg £(tssions. Tuesday. Before Messrs. R. Berkeley (in the chair), W. HoUand, and F. Ames, and Major Lavie. Pebmitting Drunkenness.- Robert Price, land- lord of the Vine Inn, Ombersley-road, was summoned for having permitted drunkenness on his Uoensed Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    fl£itjj folice <$ourt. Satubdat.- Before the Mayor (Mr. W. B. Williamson), and Aid. Barnett. Drunkenness. - William Lockett, tramp, Tewkes- bury, pleaded guilty to having been drunk and riotous in Diglis-street, on Friday. On promising to leave the town Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BIRTHS. On the 12th inst., the wife of Mr Done, ofthe Carnar. yon. Castle, of'a daughter. On the Bth inst., at Lambpit-street, the wife of Mr Wal- ter Caldecott, of a son. On Tuesday the 13th inst, the wife Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WREXHAM CORPORATION THE GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE. A meeting of the General Purposes Committee of the Wrexham Town Council was held on Wednesday, when there were present: Alderman George Bevan (in the chair), Aldermen W. E. Samuel and R. H. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SUMMER LAMPS AND OTHEK SUBJECTS (By Timothy Twist) For some weeks back a number of oar public lamps might have been seen conveyed under strong escorts from the honourable and healthy positions which they usually occupy in oar public Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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