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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAW INTELLIGENCE. HOUSE OF LORDS.- Thursday. This was an appeal from an order of the Court of Appeal affirming a judgment of Mr. Justice Vaughan "Williams. The Solicitor-General, Mr. Muir Mackenzie, and Mr. R. Harrington appeared for the Appellant Subscribers-only content

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    Valuable Freehold Property. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. G. "WINTOX, Ai the Swan Hotel, Tenbury, on Tuesday, the 22d day of May, 1827, at five o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions to be then produced ; Subscribers-only content

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    PURSUANT to the Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors in England. - The Court for Relief of In- solvent Debtors. - On the 18th day of May, 1827. - Upon the filing of the Petition aod Schedule of Subscribers-only content

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    Wanted to Rent, in the Cily of fPorcater,', A RESPECTABLE TRADESMAN'S HOUSE, with a am. good Front Shop, calculated for a Retail Trade, in a commanding Situation ; High-street or Broad-street would be preferred; and if Possession could be Subscribers-only content

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    STAMP OFFICE, WORCESTER. MRS. DEIGHTON, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 63, HIGH STREET, BEGS to call the attention of the Merchants, Trades- men, and Public of Worcester, to her Siock of ACCOUNT BOOKS, which will be found 10 be of the Subscribers-only content

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    WAITED, a NURSERY GOVERNESS, in a Farm House, near Worcester. -Apply A.c, Journal Office, Woroester. I ¥ f ANTED a Married Man, to take charge of s_2_ 23235*2 Srt_- "■*»" ""- Snodsbury. W ANTED, a Married JL W -W^^3«W Subscribers-only content

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    TX^ANTED, by a Young Man, who is about to 7 a Married, a Situation as GROOM or PORTER : good re erences cau be given ; age 23.- Address, X. V. : Journal Offioe. o , -_ i \JLJ Subscribers-only content

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    WORCESTER INFIRMARY. A monthly meeting of the Executive Committee was held at the above institution on Monday. Present - The Chairman (Aid. Jos. Stallard), the Vice-Chairman (Rev. W. W. Douglas), the Bevds. J. Pearson, T. G. Curtler, T. L. Subscribers-only content

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    £port. HUNTING APPOINTMENTS | WEATHER PERMITTING.] The Worcestershire Hounds, at 11.0. - Monday, Feb. 21, Grafton Flyford; Wednesday, 23, Woodcote Green ; Friday, 25, Vernon Arms ; Satur- day, 26, Sapey Bridge. The Croome Hounds, at 11.0.- Tuesday, Feb. Subscribers-only content

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    JAPANESE COMMERCE. Japanese officials and merchants have recently set an example which might be followed with advantage in this country. At a meeting of theTokio Chamber of Commerce a number of officials connected with trade were present, including consuls, Subscribers-only content

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    " THE METROPOLITAN BAILWAY AND WOROESTER." Nearly three months ago an article, under the heading we have quoted, appeared in a journal which deals entirely with railway affairs. Evidently it was not dictated by great admira- tion for the Subscribers-only content

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    I^tt^s to thi> <Bditor L . The Editor Sam n«i hold Mmstlf rmpotutbU /or Uu sUUmmis, and opinion* of M» correspond*. t« ; nor i» ho «uppo»ed to mSsp thorn v hia own. CRUELTY TO CHILDBEN. To the Editor Subscribers-only content

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    FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 4, 1859. Subscribers-only content

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    THE ASHANTI BOOTY. The gold and jewels belonging to King Prempeh, which Sir Francis Scott last week deposited at the offices of the Crown Agents for the Colonies, were inspected by Mr. Chamberlain and the beads of the departments Subscribers-only content

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    A MAGISTRATE ON EIGHT-GUINEA CLOAKS Among the applicants to Mr. Sheil, one of the Metropolitan magistrates, on Eriday, was a woman who won- a magnificent sable-trimmed jacket, antl boa round her throat. She wanted to know if her late Subscribers-only content

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    WORCESTER, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 3, Subscribers-only content

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    \\l ANTED, immediately, an APPRENTICE W t o a CHEMIST and DRUGGIST Apply at 27, High Street. Worcester. WANTED, by a respectable Person, a Situa- tion as HOUSEKEEPER in a Farm-house or Tradesman's Family.- Apply, by letter, to No. Subscribers-only content

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    £BOHt. CRICK fcT WORCESTERSHIRE COUNT r CRICKET CLUB. aaswm The result sheet of thia club for the season, just- closed is one of a very satisfactory nature. Of tha thirteen matches played success has been acquired on eight occasions, Subscribers-only content

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    THE KHARTOUM EXPEDITION Lord Wolseley's personal staff will consist of Lieut.- Colonel Swaine, military secretary ; Major Wardrop, 3rd Dragoon Guards, Major Creagh, R.A., Lieutenant Childers, R.E., and Lieutenant Adye, R.A., aides-de- camp. Captain Lord Charles Beresford, R.N.. has Subscribers-only content

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    THE ACCIDENT AT SHRUB HILL STATION. J&££fr$ r \* the J nfira '»'-y, Mr. Rea, coroner, held an inquest touching the death of Samuel Lawson (31), o , ?^f'T mt i 6emp i oy of the Corporation, who lived Subscribers-only content

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