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... youngest child when it was ill. When d, witness returned home there were Mrs. Newton cund a neigh- w boor, whose name was Grace Greenwood, in the house. It w was then near six o'clock. Mrs. Newton inquired if he had N seen the doctor, and what he had said ...

Published: Saturday 31 May 1851
Newspaper: Manchester Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3907 | Page: 7 | Tags: News 

Cricket

... Tupp Pooley Soutqerton.. 3 C. Shaw uotout 2 Southerton 0 Extra Extras 3 Total Total 78 ''outh. Ist inns. 2nd inns. W. Grace Greenwood J. and l> J. Shaw .iuppcandhj. Shaw • ...

CRICKET

... weather, and with a fairly good attendance, this match was commenced to-day at the Oral. Scere: Gloucestershire. W. G. Grace Greenwood b Southerton S T G. Matthews b Street - C. Gordan c Pooley » Street. : IT. Crook b Southerton F. Monkland c Pooley b Street ...

Published: Monday 08 June 1874
Newspaper: Manchester Evening News
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 126 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

THE FIRE IN A HALIFAX SILK MILL

... storeys high, and, being caught by two men, the only injury she sustained was a severe cut below the knee. Her name is Grace Greenwood, of New Bank. The names of the three who were burnt are Martha Ann Stead, of Pineberry Hill, aged 38, married; Clara Boocock ...

Published: Friday 05 December 1873
Newspaper: Manchester Evening News
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 313 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Cricket

... Hornby b Appleby cW.Gracebßuchunau Osoroft at Bush b Buchanan 0 run out 26 Daft c Ridley b Buchanan 43 c Bush bF. Grace Greenwood c Hornby b Buchanan 8 bF. Grace 6 Emmett c Bush b Buchanan Buchanan Pcoley cW. G. G.ace F. Grace 16 not out 39 A. Shaw ...

Cricket

... 1-b-w b G. F. Grace 8 Mr. A. Chandler Filgate b W. G. Grace 31 Mr. C. F. Hoare run out Mr. G. btrachan c Gordon W. G. Grace Greenwood c Gordon 8 BwaDn not out 9 Mr R. K. Kingsford G. Grace F. Grace 23 Street G. F. F, Grace Boutherton Gordon , 0 Extras ...

Cricket

... ~• I Myers cE. M. Grace F. Grace \ Armitsge b G. F. Grace _..••'> Pmmett c K. M. Grace b W. G. Grace Lockwood b6. F. Grace Greenwood not out .._ J Ullyett not out _ Extras • ;rf --•'^.f^ M.C.C. AND GROUND v. CLIFTON This annual match was commenced ...

LATEST SPORTING NEWS

... Ptarmigan Earl Marshal Sweet Verbena Ttfardi Gras Tears Jack Middle Temple Zoroaster Lady Additional Abbivais. Seloa, His Grace, Greenwood, Traveller, Juvenis, Novice, and The Curate. DURHAM MEETING. THE DURHAM TRIAL STAKES. Bothwell of Truce + Adelais 3 t ...

Published: Monday 29 March 1875
Newspaper: Manchester Evening News
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 605 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

AN ENGLISH EMIGRANT

... ENGLISH EMIGRANT. Grace Greenwood is present,!or was, ln Colorado, and wrote as follows to the York Times, from Manltou, in September:— We lately spent two delightful d»ys in Bergun's which beautiful retreat 3 about 1,000 feet higher Manitou, and is ...

Varieties

... thle flrst Edward. I wlco - cannot help tiinhwvrtat the date should leave beer been 1386.-Cowsstd6t lle itutr m. 1,100 Grace Greenwood satirises (in the Dollar 21,qaziae) tce parrot cry that ?? should know bow to wash, &c. and asks avhy not the stronger ...

Published: Tuesday 13 June 1848
Newspaper: Manchester Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1634 | Page: 2 | Tags: News 

STRANGE DEATH OF A SCHOOL GIRL AT ROCHDALE. inquest was held at Rochdale before Mr. F. N. Molesworth last night,

... DEATH OF A SCHOOL GIRL AT ROCHDALE. inquest was held at Rochdale before Mr. F. N. Molesworth last night, on the body of Grace Greenwood, twelve years old, the daughter Jesse Greenwood, No. 1, Ockden-street, off Molesworth-street, who was found dead in the ...

Published: Tuesday 02 February 1892
Newspaper: Manchester Evening News
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 104 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

DID PRINCE LOUIS NAPOLEON LEAVE A WIFE AND CHILD

... DID PRINCE LOUIS POLEON LEAVE A WIFE AND CHILD. Writing from London to the Grace Greenwood, the well-known adheres*- f range : rumour has been for some tune afloat London, and now find wit* circumstantiality, if'ot sub t ...

Published: Thursday 14 August 1879
Newspaper: Manchester Evening News
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 218 | Page: 3 | Tags: none