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  • County: Nottinghamshire, England
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
  • Type: Illustrated

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

21 Sep 1849

Execicamm.-Three doubk into his surgery on a stretcher. Witness examined him im - - - 1 - i - whTeb Mr. Page produced to prove his position, my expliuse- la Da. ( 22 the pee inhehlt „ ed i ere eeer 'y nadir/defy, and found a wound upon his body an inch and • Departure

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

5 May 1827

Nottingham, Mr. John Parker. Mansfield, Mr. kirbard Vinous I • • Mr. Jobs Mill Newark, Mr. T. staigo Leeds. Mr. Shaw Leicester. Mr. G. B. Hodges • orthoUerton, Mr. T. Stott Loughborough. Mr. C. Lacey Mr. Thomas Liuroto, M r.T. BP or Writs, Mr. John Sanders

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

25 May 1849

The elainsents for the honour are Mr. Samuel Dickson, a large proprietor in the nounty of Limerick, and Mr. ThomasPlop - geraid, who dates his address from Iferrien Square, Dublin. Neither of thew gentlemen states what his political ?pinball ars, but it

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

20 Aug 1841

5 0 Mrs. Wright Mr. E. Loma: A Friend 2 0 Jno. Brewster. Esq. 5 0 0 Lady W. Gordon 5 0 Mr. Tatham Mrs. Holcombe.. 5 0 Miss Could 1 0 0 Mr. J. J. Page 2 0 Mr. Jno. Simpson, Mrs. .1 Ilan Mr. T. Bishop, July. 3 0 Mrs. Ilaviland Mr. Jim. Chester ..

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

19 Nov 1841

Chards on Saturday hot- Mr. Charts Matloek M Ml.. Hannah Yeomans. Al the same church. on Sunday last. Mr. Skew to Mite Jane Brown. Sunday. at Al! Saint?. Mr. Edward Iliuck• to Mks Mary Hull. At All Saints'. Sunday the 1411. instant. Mr. John Moore to Mini

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

6 Nov 1840

Third hear iest bort —Mr. Daft's Basford, lib. 'Shot, pan of candlesticks. Loudest and best care—Mr. Hanes yellow doe, Ever Use, length, 114 inches, handsome tee-pot. Paints roa COLOL,L, Mr. Rowbnttoa•s 12Ib. silver latounied tea.pot , Mr. Lees' brown doe

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

1 Sep 1843

Aired ire. Oa try Mr err dee dor Mr Mrs fry ler dd Try red Ibis dowel rue w r ober error dell rod earomerded re wades* err Weber Nab re radar ray were a prod a i I Inn re genre NON dlareety err rimed rot by rd rod if perinea. rile Mrs wed be reed err a

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

7 Dec 1849

inmates who were of his parsimion.—After a We mom obeervetioes in reply to Mr. Apathies speech, the question was put, when there appeared 8 in Divine of Mr, Armibees amendment, and 2 against it. Mr. Smites motion was therefore not put, and Mr. King's was withdrawn

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

9 Nov 1849

Mew . Heresies has emerged from his cradle ; is, indeed, • run man, with thoughts or the fair sex; aad • young lady wanes to his father shouse on a visit. Hamden, eseorting her to church, offers his arm. Young lady, dabbles of the propriety of sampling

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

11 May 1849

were about 400 shareholdees present. Mr. Budwai, the chairman (*King, r it was stated in UM room, under ad• vice). wen not pre vet, bat Sir John Simpson, Mr.Plews and Mr. Richardson, member, of the ts.arJ, and Mr. Davis, the depets-cliainnan, were in

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

21 Jun 1833

tiugham, are tbr lower classes, by rendering them industi was and Mr. Jolts PAMIRS, Mr. RICHARD PARLORS, Mr. Isaac PALETHoRrS, Newark. ty less rated under the Bill. Mr. WILLIAM Bolsi-ea. Mr. BRANDSALL, Belford. WELLS the Maiunis of Beta, and Lord WiNfORD

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

26 Oct 1849

Deism, Mr. Parr; Derby, Mr. Parket ; Lincoln, Mr. Allsop; Mans fi eld, Meows. Aldridge, ironmongers; Bowtry, Mr. Nettleship; Newark, Mr. Cooling; Goinaboroagb, Mr. Marshall; Retford, Mr. Baker; Worksop, Mr. Jones; Boulliwoll, Mr. Cleinanta; Melton, Mr. Wiag

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Nottinghamshire Guardian

Nottinghamshire Guardian Nottinghamshire, England

11 Sep 1846

cotton eoo- riM. Person* who his DINNER « enerrte continue to act And; now, taking his farewell meandjoe we tik a wrey rfthe parish 7 * protracted illness. Lady WethereU, it may be added, is sole period. After the interview with Mr. FrancUin, the co- signed

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

23 Mar 1849

Gnomes araszr. Treace'. Mr. W. Crime, Mr. B. &Mbar, Mr. L. Herm& Lereaors. Clairman—Mr. & For. Mr. W. Barges Mr. H. Morey Mr. A. = Mr. 8. W. Mare Mr. N. mon Mr. W. &esteem Mr. 0. Herbert Mr. W. Weller. View article

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

24 Jul 1840

dimmer es/ Times: we mime is pew* met cordisined gratifying —There are 13 MAIO sed 7 amok whose loathes beds. The Laird Liocols will held his are VisMstis we Fraley sett. IL Mary's Omsk. After the hoof the day. the Was, sad Clew. sod each Immo are &dress

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

4 May 1849

Yard in the of Mr. Pratt. Also Throe DWF.LLING-HOUSME adthining oath other, and to The Star, sad in the reepoothe Mrs. Towers, Mts. Beadsman, gad Mr. Waal. Tba Tatum is pMeed at the corner of Mader Gets and Gale, opposite the Poet Oise awl Mr .text leadisi

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

19 Apr 1839

: The Mayor Mr. W. Bodes I. C. Wright. Esq. Mr. L. Heyman Rd. Morley. Esq. Mr. 8. T. Wakencid, Esq. Mr. S. Bean Mr. W. lbotordi Mr. T. Roberti, Mr W. Vickers Tile. J. Tharkerey Mr. John Hall lir. S. Carlledga Mr. H. Leaver Mr. S. Hotline Mr. W. Enfield

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Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties

Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties Nottinghamshire, England

3 Mar 1843

Bookseller Beverley Mr. Johnson, Bookseller. Halifax Mr. Hartley, Bookseller. Huddersfield Mr. Dew hoist, Bookseller, 37, New-street. Mr. Noble, Bookseller. Market-place Sheffield Mr. Whittaker, Iris (XBce. Leeas Mr. Heaton,?, Briggate,and Tunes Office

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

18 May 1849

sad sweet to dm° with oftally. lbs. et** - HUMP* al His tie weeste.- Thew, 'we Otos, &wised of ''Omsk. Mr. M. Mr Mel tf•- h a m stow. tale •is fur is of alsOleins in hedge stew boil Mir H. no% laird J. law blew VI near plas_ by youth Ceding. lid awn lie

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

4 Aug 1832

handkerchief produced from his neck.—Prosetutor said the handkerchief was hia—Mary Bingham hemmed the handkerchief two years ann.—The prisoner in his defence said, he never was in the Ram Ise, but was at the Eclipse, where he exchanged his wan handkerchief with

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