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

Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

29 Mar 1821

the Worcester District. Thomas Farley, Esg. Wm. Dillon, Fjq. Mylbe. Richard Nash, Esq. Mr. Francis Hooper. Thomas Price, Esq. Mr. Joseph Bradley. Herbert Rogers, Esq. Mr Thomus Hodges Kev. Reginald Pyndar. fforcetler, STAN KiddijmlntUr, Wm. Pitt. Hromtgrovt

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

5 Jan 1815

Nobleman has just expited; it an irreparable Ipsa for his friends, lie retained his wit, his sallies, and his amiable character, to the last moment. Every kind of spectacle,” said lie, during his illuess, they have exhausted to- amuse the Sovereigns;

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

7 Jan 1808

age, Mrs. Mary Hooper, of the Town mil, this city'f Last week died, in London, after a short illness, Mr. Joseph Crane, son Mr. Crane, pfßewdley. «■. • Lately died, Mrs. Robinson, wife of the Rev. Mr. Robinson, Dudley. ■ A few days since died, Mr. Siddens

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

9 Dec 1819

of the late Mr. .loseph Taylor,—Thursday, at St. Nicholas Church. Mr. l.d. Pernn, to Miss Burton, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Burton, this city.—Mr. William Gardner, of l Halford, (.loucestrrshire, to Mi'S White, Pinvin. in .. vuunty. Mr. James, grocer

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

1 Oct 1818

Richard, eldest son of the late Mr. Allies, of St. John's, near this city. —On Thursday, at very advanced age, Mr. Bate Penn, hop-merchant, of this city.—Sunday se’nnight, Flaxley, Glocestershire, in the 57th year of his age, Mr. Rose. —Same day, at Tewkesbury

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

4 May 1809

after the boom was broken, his Lordship proceeded with his explosion ship towards the enertiy’s line. Ix*t be recollected, that this moment the batteries on shore were pro vided with furnaces to fire red hotshot, and then his Lordship’s danger this may

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

27 Feb 1812

Messrs. Ber»i and Col Worcester ; or l > Mr. Hadua, the same city, Solicitor the Commission. - - • ABSCONDED from his Enjoyment, WILUAM OROVK, about feet 3 inchcj high, marked with the Pox has scar up. his left cheek, his complexion and hair dark*/ and.brood

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

4 Jul 1811

on 'l ednesday, at, his house Alberiiarle-street. . a water m bis chest,- after a sltort illness three Jays. left a widow, a son, and lwhis decease, a pension of. 1,6001. year foils in to Ac East India Coni- Tuesday, Mr. John Co.xeter, Green-

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

11 Apr 1811

the counties of Worcester and Hereford; uamely, Mr. T. Harris of Staniord, Mr. W. Walker, of Burton, Mr. Haysmods, of Clifton on Team, Mr. Tomkins of Wellington, Mr. Galliers, late of Wigtnore Grange, and Mr. Galliers, late of Eye, who bred a boll which

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

5 Mar 1818

Lands of Mr. White and '- Sockelt; Lot 3 by Lands of Mr. Rogers; and Lot Land of Mr. Nott. To view the different Lots apply on the Premi-es; for further particulars to the Auctioneers, at Worcester: Mr. Thomas Banchs, of Bewdley; Mr. John Horton, Mr. Joseph

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

30 Jun 1808

acquiescence or passive obedience w. s unavailing, became necessary to try the effect force and retaliation. to his motion 6f the L’gdi of February, and his subsisting ouini mon the subject Peace it must a consumption of tone descant on what must be the general

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

11 Jul 1811

and 35 minutes, Mr. Sadler descended in field, near Stanton, Hertfordshire. In his descent he encountered very severe squall. hi the Court King's Bench on Wednesday, Lard pronounced judgment in the case De Yonge, for buying guineas. His Lordship stated

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

16 Jul 1812

CCKS. CHAMBERS, Eso. Mr- MEAKLN, Prebendary of Worcester i-.ihjdral. a“. Mr. CAT COTT, Rector of Great Witlev. Mr. ONSLOW, Vicar of Kidderminster! l6e Wtiaetiay Morning, September 9, M the CathcdbaL, id/I be Preached, the Re*. Mr. ONSLOW, Vicar of Ki

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

10 Feb 1820

in Mr. Arthur Young’s Annals of Agriculture.” Mr. Young himself has recorded this fact in a subsequent part of bis work. The habitual piety of his late Majesty was always the most striking part of his character. Those who have been with him at His morning

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

22 Oct 1818

Regent was i fit the gout, by which his Royal confined Carlloa-house. it length decided, that Lord retires Inmi the high judicial station long, and honourably, presided hlic administration of justice in this tie state his Lordship's health, ■ the immediate

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