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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HANGIING EMRSUS ELECTRIC SHOCK. The account published the other day of the new method of despatching those condemned to the death penalty by an electric shock, which the State of New York has decided to adopt, finds an interesting Subscribers-only content

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    Cranford Saint Andrew, Pytrehley, Sutial err laceso Fields, Cratnford Saieet Jahn, Barton Latineer, Great Addingtonn, coo retry, tohane, Orliegliury, Little Addington, Little Ilarrowden, Great Ieen aned Hzarrewden, Finedton, Itollrlngborough, Seanwcick, Wellingborougle, bat ncen Cleelverelen, Caldicott, Iligharn 1-errers, Ditchford , Newton Subscribers-only content

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    ~oi~ of AIppliesition to parlinmciet, IiiDLAND RAILWAY.-EXTENSION fRitoM NEAR LEICESTER, via IMI)iFORD, TO lItTC1IlN, ;AND TO NOIITIAMPTON AND HUNTINGISON, pq1) ENLARGEBMENT OF THE LEICESTERI STATION. ,~gOT1CB is hereby given, that Application is intended to be ,alto p~arliamen~t in the Subscribers-only content

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    LATEST INEWS. (B BRfTISH & IRISH MA 4QNB-TIe7 TELEORAPH, Office, 0, Pond-streef.) ROMKE AND SARDINIA. The f1ndepncdence states that steps have been taken at ionme by the Sardinian Governiment to nrepare the way for conferences with tho Holy See, Subscribers-only content

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    V'l"1~ITl'l' D irect (untder engaigement to 1:, I -l '10 li'. A liili i-i ii It II ', tmil' \ANTON (toi tuiu otf Nov I -i I.--- ~i~ii t-i Niilx i -it' UPlllllotl'l1 1t. kii . 'I i I Subscribers-only content

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    (Yl(I('F fo f~ISIMTRRS.-Vor CAT,CU1T.~ 'tll II)"M "l : OI I, k' Il V t .''i I) EAuilit'i. II M 1 t I'll Ii Iw V ,l , ltl I I II lii2 to IFo "tY Vviii I the ill Subscribers-only content

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    ®tteQWst). I , ence Peel, Esq. *' '•• shortly lead to tne altar '""" '.ne Lennox, daughter of the Dowager Duchess •***>" Hmond. Tbe nuptials are to be solemnized 'in i; 1 * 1 wee k. •••'"* Fit-**'d'' am Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THS LONDON GAZETTE. Friday, Dec. 4. THK BANKRUPTCY A<-TS, 1S8 1 ? and 169#. To Surrender in the Country. Rmkiyisu O&dbb and Adjudication. Chamberlain. Thomas, Lowestoft, hairdresser v.d dca'er In fancy goods Tuesday, Dee. 8. TBS BANKRUPTCY ACTS, Subscribers-only content

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    Sales bg %xxdxaxi. BY MESSBS. COOKE, WABNEB, k MILES. SALE THIS DAY. TO MERCHANTS, FARMERS, GRAZIERS, HUSSERYMEN, GARDENERS, AND OTHERS. COOKE, WARNER, and MILES Have received instructions TO SELL BY AUCTION, Ai their MART, Korsefair-street, Leicester, on Satur- ABOUT Subscribers-only content

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    Sales b5 %VLdion. BY MESSES. COOKE^AENEET&raS IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, QUENIBOBOUGH, LiEICEBTEBBHIBE. COOKE, WARNER, AND MILES, A» favoured with instructions from L. Paget, Esq., TO SELL BY AUCTION, On Monday, the 16th day of Maieh, Subscribers-only content

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    TO OUR READERS. Erev issue of "THB LEICESTER CHRONICLE and the LEICESTERSHIRE MERCURY" •on-ists of 12 LARGE PAGES, 72 COLUMKS, Peick 2d. Erery Agent Ss bound to deliver it in its complete form and any deviation from this rule Subscribers-only content

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    FEASTS Ang 4.- Stoke Golding, Hugglescote, Don- ington, CoalvUle, Braceboro', Chacombe, Swadlincote Brandon, Bretford, Wolstan, Geddington, Knighton' Bonrton, Anmby, PeterhiU (Stamford), SyerstonT Cot- tin gham, Gretton, Middleton, Ashton. Monday, Aug. s.- Stoke-npon-Trent. Sunday, Aug. 11.- Sutton Cheney, DadUngton, Sul- Subscribers-only content

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    LEICESTERSHIRE CHAMBER OF AGRICULTURE. A meeting of the members of this Chamber was held at the Bell Hotel, Leicester, on Saturday last, j present Messrs. J. C. Bassett (chairman), T. NuttaU, VT Wright, T. Willson (lion, sec.), J. R. Subscribers-only content

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    FEASTS IN AUGUST. Sunday, August 6. - Cropstone, Stoke Golding, Hugglescote, " Donington, Coalville, Swadlincote, Bilsthorpe, Braoeborongh, Chaoombe, Brandon, Bretford, Walstone, Barsby, Walcot (Line.), Sibsey, Syverstone, Geddington, Knighton, Boar- ton, Cottingham, Gretton, Middleton, Ashby -by - Oundle, Sutton Cheney, Subscribers-only content

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    FEASTS IN AUGUST, 1883. Snnday, sth. - Cropstone, Stoke Golding, Hugglescote, Donnington, CoalvUle, Swadlincote, Busthorpe, Braoeborough, Chacombe, Brandon, Bretford, Wols- ton, Barsby, Waloot (Lincolnshire), Sibsey, Sy vers- ton, Geddington, Knighton, Bowston, Cottingham, Gretton, Middlaton, Ashton-by-Oundle. Monday, 6th. - Stoke-upon-Trent, Subscribers-only content

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    FEASTS IN AUGUST. Monday, Aug. l.-Stoke-upoa- Trent, Soath Carlton. Sunday, Aug. 7- Cropstone, Hugglescote, Stoke Goldiug, Doaington, Coalville, Swadlincote, Chacombe, Bilsthorpe, Sraeoborough, Brandon, Bretford, Wolaton, Barsby, Waicot (Line), Sibsey. Syerston, Geddingtoa, Knighton, Bourton, Cotting- ham, Gretton, Middleton, Asnby-by-Oondle, Sutton Subscribers-only content

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    FEASTS IN AUGUST. Sunday. August 2.- Blatherwycke. Belton (Rut- land), Frisby-by-Gaulby, Ab-Kettlebv, Seaton, » King's Cliffe, Thrapstone. Grafton-IJnderwood, Edgcote, Pytchley, Atherstone. Shearsby, Cot- tesmore, Barrow (Rutland), Burton Lazars, Monk's Kirby, Easenhall, Stretton-under-Fosse, Aunsby, Riddings-Somercotes. Swanwick. Crop- stone, Stoke Golding. Subscribers-only content

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    FEASTS IN AUGUST. Sunday, Aug. 4. - Aunsley , Cropstone, Stoke Golding, Sibsey, Hngglescota, Donington, Coalville. Swad- lincote, Bilsthorpe, Braceborough, Chacombe, Brandon, Bretford, Wolston, Wilcot (Line), Syerston, Geddingtou, Knighton, Bourton, Gretton, Cotcingham, Middleton, Ashton-by-Oundle, Peter Hill, Stamford. Bar row-on Subscribers-only content

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    FEASTS FOR AUGUST, 1879 Sunday, August 10 - Cottingham, Grotton, Middle- ton, Ashton-by Oundle, Sutton Cheney, Dadlington, Sulgrave, Syresham, Aalackby. Dalby Parya, HeUndon, Toft, Twycross, Brackley St. James, Wicken, Watton, Paulesbnry, Biratall, Deeping St. James, YarweU, Castle Bytham Heanor, Subscribers-only content

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    Counly Joo+ Se^oo..^ fhe gfxfrai ■f *■ ■**-mm\S OK THK PEACE fin r«- T Sf»» 4.1. day of J.no.n l« C >^^W» Wednesday, the 3,d ' <J • w:,d \ A 'i ß e , oVlock in .be forenoon, Subscribers-only content

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