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HAND LOOM AS HEIR-LOOM. The late Mr. William Livesey, of Fulwood, Preston, a prominent temperance advocate, whose father was one of the founders of the teetotal movement, left by his will £ 600 on trust for hie son William provided that he comes forward within two years or that the trustees are able to find him. Mr. Livesey direct<,d that the table (now in the Temperance Hall, North-road, Preston) made from the hand-loom on which his father worked over eighty years ago, should either devolve as an heirloom or be placed perma- nently in the projectpdLivesey Memorial Hall. Mr. Livesey, who was ninety-three wfyen he died, left property worth £ 8,924.

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