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Globe

Globe London, England

28 Jul 1827

NIGHTS OAZBTTF., BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. JOSEPH CORBYN, of Tokenhouso yard, masler-m»rin«, KEZIA FRANKS, ofPortsea, glass-dealer. - BANKRUPTS. KEZIA FRANKS, Portsea, glass-dealer, to surrend 3, 10, and 7, at eleven, at Baau'ghall-ittjeet. SoKcitnr Norton

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Western Times

Western Times Devon, England

1 Aug 1840

the chicken coop, and the bones from a neighbouring farmerone of the boys brought the bones him. I gave him into cus tody, frank Henry Heath, apprentice to Mr. Kiogdon, saw prisoner put the sack the barley about a fortnight before it was found. He said

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Globe

Globe London, England

27 Jul 1841

ence of a mercantile house was extensive, the value of the privilege of franking was estimated at 3001. per annum. Even under the present rates of postage, parliamentary franking would enable the same class of persons to save considerable sums ; but that

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Sussex Advertiser

Sussex Advertiser Sussex, England

13 Jul 1847

Prepared only by GEORGE FRANKS, Surgeuj, 90, Black- Road, London ; and may be had of all wholesale and retail edk:ine Vendors in the United Kingdom, in bottles at 2s. 9d„ 6d., and Us. each. Cautioh.—None genuine, unless 'GEORGE FRANKS, Blackfriara-road engraved

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Type: Advertisement
Shipping and Mercantile Gazette

Shipping and Mercantile Gazette London, England

10 Oct 1848

Thurdm, North Sea Verbena, Anson. Goole | Georg, Cornelisen, Emihe, Wulff, do Jos&Mary.Beaford,Newcastle Helen, Sangster, Grangemoth Wifsta, MatUaon [29] do Gamma, Frank, Tucker, Mackey. Shields Oscar Theod. Dahl, Medterrn Hornet. Shales, do I j&Ann,Greenwood

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Shipping and Mercantile Gazette

Shipping and Mercantile Gazette London, England

23 Nov 1848

Southampton James, Haswell, London Alert, M'Donald, Equivalent, do Ocean Queen. Pattison, do Isabella, Bayley, do Zenith. Franks, do Eliza Lomar, Adams, do Jane Ann, pield, do Stephen Watson,Grieves,do Lady of theLake,Morris,do Unanimity, do Thos & Mary

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Exeter Flying Post

Exeter Flying Post Devon, England

18 Sep 1845

Meeth Leudon, Samuel, Whitltone Letbbridge,Geo, jun.Taviotock Christopher, Colonel, Chert'eon Bishop Leverton, William, Beaford Ley, H. Rev. Ke7;n - William, Kenn Edward Hay, Kenon John Henry, Kesn -Henry, Mfarwood Arthur, Bideford -Heury -Oliver, Bide

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Morning Chronicle

Morning Chronicle London, England

2 Dec 1840

ton, Foukes v Parry, appeal motloR. CAusss-Lane v Durant-CollingrIde v Cook-Hastingo v Gage -Norris v Smith-Preedy v Balker-Beaford v Kershaw-Ord v Lyon-Lyon v Ord-Hedgen v Romilly-Hawley v Edwards-Jen. kins v Cross-PrIce v Blackmore-Foley v Hill, exceptions

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North Devon Journal

North Devon Journal Devon, England

7 Dec 1848

: it is a specieslbf.iSuplicity— we-~cattsardly designate it by milder term —tbat We did not expect to see betrayed by the frank, manly, and candid 'Squire Peamore. We repeat, the history of his abortive attempt on the representation of South Devon has

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Shipping and Mercantile Gazette

Shipping and Mercantile Gazette London, England

7 May 1844

Wsbecb Sarah, Temple [s] Wells Sailed [May for Western, Gill, London Hebe, Easter. Ramsgate Hannah, Whiteley, London Johns, Frank, do Eliza, Cawthorne, Faversbam Brothers, Morriss, London Ann, Holdridge, Win & Ann,Owen, Bridllngtn William & Mary, Carr,

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Sherborne Mercury

Sherborne Mercury Dorset, England

19 Apr 1841

Coulton. John Esq , County Ma' eistrate. was 1 Chairman. And, on the m>tion of the VeneraWe Archdeacon Froude, seconded Mr. Frank, Charles Edwards, Esq, Totnes, was elected Vice Chairman. Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, Bart , M.P., has arrived at his scat, Killertun

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Shipping and Mercantile Gazette

Shipping and Mercantile Gazette London, England

26 Mar 1849

miaen rigging, baying been in contact with the Heraog Elims. from Bremen for New York, 20th Inst, at the mouth the Weser. BEAFORD—March 25; Wind E. N. Trench brig Emile, Beauregard, tram Quilleboeuf lor Newcastle. Mary Ann, Tucker, from Llanelly for London

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Exeter and Plymouth Gazette

Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Devon, England

12 May 1849

Wright, Dowland. For second best Sheep Shearer, £1, to William Pillifant, Westleigh. For third best Sheep Shearer, 10s., to Frank Lyle, Great Torrington. For longest service 'and largest family, £1, to Robert Turner, of St. Giles, having worked with Mr

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

19 Sep 1839

TuaHla?, tlie Ist of October, Kltvcn o'Clock in the Forenoon, for the Farinhes Bclbruugbton Broom Clrnt Churchill Cradle v Frank Icy Lufly Oldswinford And all othpr Flare* (if an; At the Lyttelton Anna, lIA 3rd day at Twelve « Pariahe* Halesowen, including

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

16 Sep 1841

Evesham, St. Lawrence And all other Places, if an; At the Angel Inn, PERSHOI September, at Ten o'clock, for i Abberton Alstooe Beaford Birlingham Bishampton Bredon, with Hardwick and Mitton Bricklchampton Chariton Conderton Denord Oflbnham Rouslench Sedgeherruw

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Exeter Flying Post

Exeter Flying Post Devon, England

28 Oct 1847

has wife and children chargoablo to the parish of Newton St. Cyre. Siz Weeko, RaptLabour, .-John Pickard, 36, stealing at Beaford. Henry Cliat, 22, stealing at Cullompton. Elizabeth Farrett, 18, stealing at Heavitree, on the 7th of August, two pieces of

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North Devon Journal

North Devon Journal Devon, England

4 Sep 1828

will be chiefly employed in service of Lord Rnlfc's canal. Tnesda* evening, as tbe Rev. John Palmer, of this town, Cursteof Beaford, was returning from hi* parish chtirrh, where had been to perform toneral service, hi* horse threw him, nnd lie lay for a

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Exeter and Plymouth Gazette

Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Devon, England

15 Dec 1832

aged 45, the affectionate wife of Peter Agier, of Eastcolt, Middlesex, Esq., and of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law- Dec. 7, Frank fort-Street, Plymouth, Mr. Daniel Rudford, baker. Dec- 9, William Clark, Esq., of Mile End House, near Taunton, the 69th year

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Shipping and Mercantile Gazette

Shipping and Mercantile Gazette London, England

14 May 1847

Adventure,Ridley, Mddlsbro’ Ivy, Eskdale [l2] Newcastle William, Marsden, do Dispatch, Shaw, do MaryMaria,White, Sunderlud Dahlia, Frank, Newcastle Leeds, Hartley do Port Glasgow, Gallilee, do Streanshalh, Hodgson, do 11—Wind S.E., foggy. 12 —Variable, fine. —S

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North Devon Journal

North Devon Journal Devon, England

30 Mar 1837

been committed to take her trial at the quarter scts.ons. A burglary was committed the week before Ihe last, in the bouse Mr. Frank Millward. in the parish S». Giles, near Torrington ; a few days before, Mr. Millward had bad a pig slaughtered, which was was

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