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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

18 Feb 1837

blades to Robert Copley, hairdresser, Cainpo-lane. The prisoner said he had bought the blades of lad.—Committed. . . Benjamin Bodmers was brought by W lid, remanded from Tuesday, under these circumstancesOn Saturday, ottered to pledge, at .Mrs. Bowman’s

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Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser

Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser Lancashire, England

30 Aug 1828

of mason's labourer, was carrying a ladder on a scaffold erected for making a new wheel race, at the dye-works of Messrs. Bodmer, near Dunscar, in Turton, bis foot slipped, and he was precipitated into the pit ofthe intended wheel race, a depth of yards

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Perry's Bankrupt Gazette

Perry's Bankrupt Gazette London, England

19 Sep 1863

737. Gazette-Sept. 15, 1863. Barfoot Alfred and John James Boomer, patent laminae manufacturers, Newport, Ist Aug. Debts Bodmer Blyth Thos. Stammers & James Frederick Blyth, grocers, drapers, & general shopkeepers, Nayland, 7th Sept. Debtsby J. F. Blyth

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

1 Dec 1987

than the NHS. Fund director, Sir Walter Bodmer, said It was apOling that the healthdepartment spent only £2O million on Its own research out of Its annual budget of £20,000 million. Op baby 'poorly' BABY Benjamin Plant was today stable but very poorly

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Kentish Independent

Kentish Independent London, England

16 Oct 1847

, jun., Mailing Alkin, Thoma., Toro.r, Hunton , A.hmole, KU*9,Cruibrook Austen, Benjamin, Hams lames, O. P. R-. Walmer loues. George, 8., WUlesborougb gate . ;• Benjamin, jnn., Ramsgate Thomas, Maidstone Kingsford, Henry, Little- Backhouse, Julius, 8

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Western Chronicle

Western Chronicle Somerset, England

13 Mar 1908

and Dll miles in front of the Dion cars. DEATH OF THE REV. BENJAMIN WAUGH. Founder of the N.S.P.C.C. The Central News regrets to announce the death last night at Westclifle on the Rev. Benjamin Waugh, the founder of the National Society for the Prevention

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Londonderry Standard

Londonderry Standard Londonderry, Northern Ireland

28 Feb 1861

feathers. The authors of this great indignity are said to have been some of the ladies (?) of Charleston.—American Paper. Sir Benjamin Brodie. —We hear, on the best authority, that the hopes entertained of the restoration of eight to this eminent surgeon are

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London Evening Standard

London Evening Standard London, England

29 Apr 1865

regards S. Bottom- ley—E. andJ. Earushaw, Cleckhcat^n, gro;ers_J andG. W. Mars- den, Wakefield, sobcitors- J. J., R., and L. R. Bodmer, Pilgweuliy, pateut stomr brick manufs. -Sara« ays and Maybew, l.illipot-lane, City. glove monut's.— Kent and Cotton, G.-eit

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York Herald

York Herald Yorkshire, England

5 Oct 1844

Braramall, Em\. ; Wm. Briilges, Esq viei' auder Brown, Esq. ; John Flowers Bentley, t.i R^ John Bickerdike, M.A. ; Rodolphe Bodmer Esq'Scv' John Brown, M.A., ?? Christopiwr Btbnell.' Esq. *• The Bey. 8. Creyke, M.A. ; H. H. Champney, Ess H. Claridge, Esq

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Morning Post

Morning Post London, England

2 Apr 1846

London and Birmingham Railway. 11. Gcorrre I. Bidder, civil engineer, on branches of the London and Birmingham. 12. George Bodmer, locomotive manufacturer. 13. William Fernihough, superintendent of Eastern Coun- ties locomotives. 14. Wyndham Harding, late

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Perry's Bankrupt Gazette

Perry's Bankrupt Gazette London, England

6 May 1865

by Bodley 1- Jam< ' s - Kadolph, and Louis Rudolph Boomer, patent stone Hey Ctrs ' Bilgwenlly, in Newport, as regards J. J. Bodmer, 7th April lck m-,; ai ? Uel ' Hefford Ainley, and William Henry Lori>, fancy cloth , cturers, Albion-st, Huddersfield, as

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London Courier and Evening Gazette

London Courier and Evening Gazette London, England

4 Jun 1827

Baldwin, Esq. A. I I Hi« Grace the Duke of (’.Bell, Esq. - 1 | Northumberland, X.G. Joseph Bishop, Esq. - A. 1 I President - Bodmer, Esq. - l KigUt Non. Earl Brownlow, I H. Brnndretli, j«n. Esq. A. 1 1 V.P. - - J. Burra, Esq. - A. 1 1 Hon. Mr. Justice Park

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Birmingham Journal

Birmingham Journal Warwickshire, England

28 Apr 1860

insulation and laying down conducting wires for the transmission of telegrams or telegraphic messages. Dated December 6, 1859. Benjamin Burrows, Leicester, improvements in looms for weaving narrow fabrics. Dated January 17, 1860. James B. D. Boulton, Usk, Monmouth

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Bury Times

Bury Times Lancashire, England

23 Feb 1861

GENERAL NEWS. Sir Benjamin Brodie is still blind, the late operation for cataract not having been followed by any improvement. Dr. Jenner has been appointed Physician Extraordinary to Her Majesty, in room of the late Dr. Baly. Mr. W. M. Spence, of Weston

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Globe

Globe London, England

24 May 1858

Second-hand. BENJAMIN has prepared for the ensuing season extensive Stock of RICK CLOTHS, MARQUEES, and TENTS. A great variety of TENTS erected on the pre- H. TI .i » BUNTING for the PROTECTION of FRUIT TREES and TENDER PLANTS. Address BENJAMIN EDGINOTON

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

17 Aug 1883

as they -were, their action, on the whole was probably to resist the inclination. It was suiggested in evidence by Mlons. Benjamin N;iormand, a member of the eminent French ship- building firm of Normand & Co., Havre, that the real cau3e of the accident

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Dudley Herald

Dudley Herald Worcestershire, England

1 Jan 1876

case.— Benjamin Southall, huckster, Netherton, five weights light. Fined ss. and costs. —Job Honcox, huckster, Netherton, five weights light. Fined ss. and costs.—Joseph Bunn, huckster, Netherton, four weights light. Fined ss. and costs, —Benjamin Brooks

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette Sussex, England

20 Sep 1866

arrived 27, Norfolk Square. Lady Lawrence has arrived 22, Waterloo Street. Lady White has arrived at 22, Waterloo Street. Sir Benjamin Chapman, Bart., continnes at the Grand Hotel. Sir J. Acton, Bart., and Lady Acton have arrived at tho Bedford Hotel. Sir

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Burnley Advertiser

Burnley Advertiser Lancashire, England

22 Sep 1860

York, United States; dated March 23, 1860.—Benjamin Cooper, of Frome, Somerset, woollen cloth manufacturer, for improvements sizing and drying yarns preparatory to weaving; jlated March 23, 1860. —Rudolph Bodmer, of 2,-Ihavies Inn. Holborn, London, for

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Kentish Gazette

Kentish Gazette Kent, England

24 Oct 1871

the commencement of the hopping, ftor could he distinguish between the good and the bad ones.—Mr. Robert Mercer, farmer, Bodmers ham, said the prisoner was employed by him at the last hop-picking. The hop-pickers were not paid according the number of

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