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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, June 11. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Johnson and Farrar, Birkenhead, Cheshire, coach builders-C. and T. Chirney, and T. Beacham, Albion place, King's cross-S. Jordan and Co. Leeds, fruiterers-Robertson, Shaw, and Co. Birchin lane-Cribb, Brothers, and Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, June 18. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, Jtnms 15. Royal Artillery.-Second Capt. A. Gossett to be Capt. -ice Knatchbull, retired on half-pay; Fitst Lieut. G. D. Warhurton to be Second Capt. vice Gossett; Second Lieut. the Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. B3LACKHRATH. - FATAL PIT AcOII)ENT.--Mr, E. Hooper, coroner, held of an inquest, on Monday, at the Oak Inn, respecting the d death of Richard Parks (27),.miner, of Hackett Street, who p was killed on Friday last, whilist Subscribers-only content

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    I-WORCESTRSHIRES XEASTER SESSIoNS. These Sossi6fii c6mrm6ncd yOsterday5 at the Shir Hli, Worcestel';, the Earl of Coventry* presiding. There, were . also present! Mr.' -G W.Hsigs l.&(eputy-Chair- man), Sir H. Alliop, Genieral Sir LT. S. Hawlins, Major Hancaclc, Colonel Ilellirs, Subscribers-only content

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    ,,,I~ ~~~~~~~a -OYJi i r .,. : ,.t~ .4."' .nil rvOide o At the evening sitting, on Athe motion 6f Lord TR. a g1t$POSVrN~oM~tat the House at its r~isinl djourft obMontdsy d w ek,' n ' . . . Subscribers-only content

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    PARLIAMENT, LAST NIGHT. ROMSE OF LORDS. The House met at a quarter past four o'clock. NEW PEERS. The Duke of Wellington took the oath and his seat; as also did Lordls Clifden and blendip. THE REPLY TO THE ADDRESS. Subscribers-only content

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    ~PART~NERSHIES. basn"esssssetial exp arirsse. Desires a Part,- rn~t'lt~lS~~ly 1.pjirbcl Ba ITcs wth viow to issirebase at an iw,1sOstapl if perleetly satisfactory, purclisse at oce,- mcS -3 iily 1ost. -18 ii y (k~hsl~lleiA.Oestiemcsn w th £20 r£00,, f;%IL 1sl'J 2 Subscribers-only content

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    WXORCESTESH'IR:ECOUN TY COU.NC lo The second meeting of the Worcestershire County Council for general business wvas held on Saturday, in the Council~ Chamber of the (Gji~dhali, Worcester; Mr. G. W. Hlastings, MYP., presiding. Ant-seen EExoioAoarxsrrs oN HxmwVAt-S.-The Chair- man Subscribers-only content

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    WORCESTER ASUZ ES. TUESDAY. Mr. Justice Williams took his scat ea the bench a' ten o'clock. After the usual formalities, the following gentlemen were sworn on the Grand Jury for the county :-Viscount Vamley (foreman), the Eon. F. Lygon, Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS WARWICK. COUNTY RATES.-At the County Petty Sessions held in the Shire Hall, on 'Saturday, a poor rate at 8a. and a highway rate at 3d. in the pound, were granted tor the parish of Hatton. THE BOROUGH Subscribers-only content

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    P"M IC 2 JQ ,'~; FrEnJATP.E JLOYAL, BIRMINGHAMJI - 1'TIIE MOST SUCCE3SSFI'T, PANTWoI lIE zv;sR PRO- ,DUCFoD IN "'II I T IlTATRE. EVERY.E EVENING ww E.N O'CLOCK "TnitE SECR.ET." After wVhich the Grand Comic Pantomime, entitled! "BEAUTY AND THE Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE. I R,,m. T.-h iVinhtf!.. (na-stt 1 lFrom Last Ni5Oft's Gazate .l P ANKRUPTS. JAmrs DAGIIse, Curtain Road, Middlesex, and Castlewood Road, Stamford Hill, Bliddlesex upholsterer and cabinet-maker. C. P. BuinLEn, South Streot, 6rosvenor Square Middlesex. JOrHN WVn.LI41 Subscribers-only content

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    For remainder of Sates by Auction, &c., see Page 8S 8ALES BY AUCTION. ON MONDAY NEXT, DECEMBER it To uILDER s AND OTHERS. UNRESERVED CLEARANCE SALE, At N o. 118. K1NGSTON ROAD, COVENT RY ROAD , DIR.WlVOGAM (B y Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE. (Frow Last Nights Gazette.) BANKIUPTS. .IGLIA C. 0iorRErS, 9:, Jernayn Street, St. Jamues's, Middlesex, widow, hofel-hvopier. ZIAnlt1 OTGaxe Ito AMUtSTO MoT.ktr.Alar 1, Sfherrvood Street, Golden Square, Mltddlesex(tradingasAugusta MoetanarD, mo facturine jeweller. CHARLEi lRlsr, Winghram, Kent, biilder. WrI.LLtaM Subscribers-only content

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    -RSON C - . CORRESPONDENCE. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. Al letters intended for publication must be accompnanied by the nszme and address of the 7ariter; not Necesnaridy for publicbftiolS, but for the informnation, of the Editor, When, anscers to ptsdrion-c Subscribers-only content

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    IDISTRICT NEWS. : V'ESHAM., . ELErN l OFi GUARDINxs.-Al1 the candidates norni- nated in excess having tithdiawn, the new Board will consist of the following:-Abbot's Leneb, William E. Lyes Al dington, Thomas Byrd; All Saints.(Eveasham , Thomnas White and Subscribers-only content

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    SHIPPNG NOTICES. ~50l LVlPO~l. EDESDYS NDSATtiWIAYS. Eate aleny anLowas ny antLine. Tofr iullfrinatton how to reach anMY Platuc in the United States at ithurteot time, apply to W. II. 1IAYWVA.D, 1a, Ualor Ies, PifBAME1., 33, Union I'aoagEM9 DAVIES, TURINERt Subscribers-only content

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    RESTORATION OF SOUTH LITTLETON | CHURCH. The church of St. Michael, South Littleton, was re- opened onThursday, after a comilete restoration of the navo and chancel. The oldest existing part of the building dates from the twelfth century, hut Subscribers-only content

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    TPIPTON. BREAKINO OUT OF TILE INFECTIOUS HO.IMTAL,-At a r recent meeting of the Tipton Board of Health it was rc- ported that a man named Lavender had talken advantutage r of the slight supervision exercised at the infectious hospital, Subscribers-only content

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    WORCESTER. DEATH1 Ort MR. GIOaorNuiAM.-Yesterday, Mr. H. G. Goldiuli.-an died at his residence, Britannia Square, at the ae of t3. The deceased gentleman had been in failing hlealth for some time. He had, however, only recently resigned his seat Subscribers-only content

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