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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTE. I - -A . - A- 7l- U. LN ' v i T LS . A L- X. LA ho (From Lest yight's Gicette.) In Dy C; ly AD UDICATIONS. Y TrrossAs Bsmrtsn, late MAanchestar Road, now Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE. ind (From0 Lost NYl'gli Gaczit. ) A ADJUDICATIONS. mn- ftscrAmiN TOWNSEND Tioacts, Trinity Road, Halifax, com-. tir- mission agent. nts JAMES WILLIAzi DALE, Lowerhead Row, Leeds, hoster and de- glover. 3ir- JOHN PILLINO, Low Road, Hunslot, Leeds, Subscribers-only content

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    3pub~ic %Ttice%. EM11g WANZER TJ LLOCK TICH SEWING MAfHINE. Prospectuses post free. J, HARRIS, STEAM DYER, ORIEL HOUSE, BUIL STREET, BIRMYIN9HAM. HIE WANZEB THE LK STITCH SEWING MACHINE., Prospectuses post free. J. HARRIS, STEAM CLEANER. ORIEL HOUSE BULL STREET, Subscribers-only content

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    LLONDON GAZETTE. "It . i t HA -1 - .'Ig'~ros .f.isZf llol Ga's zelle.) .3BANKRtUPTS r : E rvD PA M RICOAJD ConRTeVY,1eB,Salisbury Strand, and. GrorssE Itonsaee COUsric, 4, Mloreton Street, Pimlico, both formerly of 139 and 140, Fleet Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE. lFrste Lazf Night's oezttci.) ADJUDICATIONS. SAwYVrt, FAIRMtLEY and JoFN EDntONDSON HAnIIFION, trading sa Farralley and Harrison, Market Street, Cole, Lan. cashire, and 1Ceighley Road, Siripton, and Church Street, Barnoldswicl;, both of Yorkahire, grocers and provision dealers. Tnomrse Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE.-JuN 7. . I 1. RECEIVING ORDERS. CIFAISLsc JAnSE.s DRuABLF., Broadway, residing at Rocilrd. Road, bo~tStratford, Essex, draper'sassistant. JOEM FATERSON WI~LSON, Westbouine Terrace, Birliecheld, licensed victualler. rlosjixA Asa, Edgbastofl Street, B~irmingham, lately.Aq,.4., GCeen Yardleye trading at Edggastufl Street, Subscribers-only content

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    AR1GHIDIACON AL CONFERENCES, ,of STAFFORLD ARCEDEACO"NRY. ly ; The meetinag of this conference rook place ati thre dy, Tmeac Hall, Walsall, and was well attended byI at ceia n a members.-The Rev. li. Hodgson, R D;, Lct. was voted Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZET3E-Ausns 29. THE BANKRIYICY ACT 1883. RECEIVING ORDERS. Tao1ss Ha&nIsoN, Sunk Island and Joffling, both Holderness, Yorksbire, farmer. ~ivi) WAtLTONr, Atkinson's Court, ILowerhead Row, lately residing at North Paseage, Lowerhead Row, Leeds hydraulic leather maker. CHAkjtLES WILrLA WOOD, Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS The Duke of Devonshire left London on Tuesday for Newmarket. King Charles of Roaumma yesterday completed his fifty-third year. Sir Lyon 1?lyfair will be tresent at the annual dinner of the Newspaper Society on May 1L The Marchioness Subscribers-only content

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    THE MERCURY. I !i THE opening of Parliament is fixed by R the QUEEN'S Proclamation for Wednesday, the 15th of d November; and it is announced on semi-official autho. al rity that Air. ABERCROMBY will again be proposed at Subscribers-only content

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    LEEDS BREWSTER SESSIONS. I The Annual Special Sessions of the Magistrates of the I Borough of Leeds, for the purpose of granting licenses to persons d keeping, or about to keep, inns, alehouses, and victualling houses, 0o was held Subscribers-only content

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    EEDS PAR]TSH CHURCH._-ThqU.I*M QUA)E fLg oLYO ,EOT'ON foij)tai Ohatl ot,4It L 2ido Ats lIlJb tl Sxb0~i~ Prahd MRey.f and W.EveningU, in SondT n PAAECHP The Serviroeswill commence in the Morning at Hlalf-past r Ten, and in the Evening at Subscribers-only content

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    -DRADFORD MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. 1 t O aov S. JULLIEN will give a GRAND CONCERT, at R the zbove l'lace, on Saturda t, October Third, 184. Doors open tlalf-past Seven, Concert to commence at FHight o'Clock. Front Seats 3s.; flack Subscribers-only content

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    SELECT BOAR DING AND DAY SCHOOL ~ISS J. S. PLIN T wishes to rcceive a few Youn M ..]~M to Instruct in th usa Bric of a soied anld liberal E urtin Terms on applic. tion ait 27. Mount Subscribers-only content

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    TO ADVERTISERS. All 1f ttirs in anzsler to Adiraewpacif I thirough the priiilers are for- I.GfrrId to die peoj-r ,sporie-, oned the rrinlcirs have no more con- 4rol over theni. Addriess' (capistaZ letter aid iinumel ircrang that applicanta are Subscribers-only content

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    T .EfIOIS --B RECIPNE TS OF RELIEF I AT STAMYBRIDGE. A j 1EWP'.PISTURBANCES. Whil .,th 'X Mas'ttea ii'e e" d6eiaing of the riote, o±.iSaturd'ay, t-},' Belief Comittee' sat. j au adjoin-' ing r!otoi for the Wpnrpose of oonsiderin' 7fi*ethersoy Subscribers-only content

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    RIOTS BY RECIPTENTS OF RELIEF AT 81'ALl1.1"MD Z. E Yesterday weak, a riot broke ouit at Stalybridge, me'l whentihe relief stores wers forciblY unbered, anti avast amrount cOn of' property "Ions destroyed. lt appears that there has been sa- Subscribers-only content

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    EADINGILIY HILL C0ONGR'EGATIoXA.L .11CHURCII-Iis teintended that the FOUNDATION. STON E of this Btruiciare sh! be laid ontt strdtnt. the Twvent-ercosed iaqt at three o'clock p.m., by WILLIAM St.'Ooi-MeIELD, Ee4., the Obalcusan of t~e Committee. The Revs. lRtetace IR. Clonder, Subscribers-only content

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    TO ADVERTJIRS 'Ad~j~nr =Otptf e- i asS mner aeuta5'' rl nal GaVm"Or -e ver not to ppleosoallsj. All Leiters in aletrers . AdoertoiWe507rs throSIh the Pr riner are for. wardedt to th e Prover 1arries, ne t te -ha Subscribers-only content

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    Vublic Noticm. Provisionad Order-floard of Teade, Session 1571. LEED STRET RAMWAYS. Appl~atin fo Proisioal Oder nder Theramways Act. 1870," toe ower toitteers Wiliam rd eefe tBuby andi Compeeny, or othr prtis t henancelin 5~ rde toconotreuet Street Train. ~ayein Subscribers-only content

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