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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Mereworth, in the 79th yearof his age, the Rev. William Foster Pigott, D. D. F. A. S. of Abington Pigotts, in this county, Fellow of Eton college, Rector of Mereworth, Kent, and Clewer, Berks, and one of his Ma- Subscribers-only content

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    and elder brother of the laio a ' ! - fl » Fuller, Secretary to the Baptist Mission ' **» Lately, at Litlington, aged 73, Mr. Thomas N o rn, , late ot Abington Pigotts, in this county. ™ *»« Subscribers-only content

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    retained their allotments being relieved by the parish, whilst those who had lost theirs had become regular pensioners. At Abington Pigotts, in Cambridgeshire, the inhabitants, before the inclosure, were troubled to find an old woman who would accept sixpence a Subscribers-only content

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    of an acquittal. Henry Hutthesou vvas charged with wilfullyund ma- liciously wounding and injuring Robert Thurston and others of Abington Pigotts, by tiring a gun at them. It appeared by the evidence ihat the prisoner came out of a public-bouse, Subscribers-only content

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    Hayleybury college. We are informed by a correspondent, that the Rev. Dr. Adams, Rector of Halstead, Essex, and of Abington Pigotts, in Cambs., on being applied to by the tithe payers of the latter parish for a deduction on account Subscribers-only content

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    has been licensed by the Bishop of Ely to the Curacy of Abington Pigotts, in this count*.'. At a Congregation held on Friday the following Degrees w.-re conferred : - Bachelor* of A rts. - Viscount Pollington, and James St. Subscribers-only content

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    Pastor of the church and congregation meeting at Foulmire, in this county. On the 17th inst., at the Rectory, Abington Pigotts, in this county, aged 2 years, Cuthbert, youngest sou of the i Re*/. Graham Foster Pigott. On the 19th Subscribers-only content

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    John Wade were charged with having, on the 12th of January, 1850, set fire to a wheat stack, at Abington Pigotts, the property of Mr. Charles Day. Charles King was admitted Queen's evidence. The fire occurred on the 6th of Subscribers-only content

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    Civil Service, youngest son of Mr. Henry Butler, of Royston, Cambs. On the 7th inst., at Britannia-square, Worcester, aged 57, Catherine Anne, last surviving daughter of the late Lieut. -CoL G. F. Pigott,of Abington Pigotts, Cambs., late M.P. for Kinross. Subscribers-only content

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    John's street, in this town. On the 16th inst., at Stetchworth, aged 35, Mr.THOS Jonas formerly a farmer of Abington Pigotts, and son of the late Mr. George Jonas, of Weston Colville. On the 17th inst., much respected, aged 65, Subscribers-only content

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    Deck, formerly in command of H.M. colonial brig Victoria, and fourth son of the late Mr. Isaiah Deck, of Cambridge. On the 14th inst., at Abington Pigotts, Cambs, aged 42, George Granado, eldest son of the Rev. G. G. Gbaham-Foster-Pigott. Subscribers-only content

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    Mart, widow of RORERT iorsGvuK, late of Waterbeacb, and Cheaterton-road, lunbndge. 0- the 26th ult., at Cambridge, aged 72, John Smith. Unthe26thult.,at Abington Pigotts, aged 84, the "•*■ <«OBGt Granado Graham Foster Pigots, for 28 low Hector of Abington Pigotts. Subscribers-only content

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    \\,i \ L-vel Ground , Kainfall Mean Amount ;.l>ate days F>-t Ft. In. i;-. In. Jn. I , I Abington Pigotts i 130 0b : 1 - 62 - 09 "35 26th 15 T -= Rh.-e 1 -42 - (»dsev(:n.:ige Subscribers-only content

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    were consumed at a farm in Thame, by the second fire that has recently occurred on the premises. At Abington Pigotts in Cambridgeshire, damage to the extent of 3,000/. has been done by a fire on a farm. A man Subscribers-only content

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    1 51 0 0 426 12 1 490 0 0 63 711 126 0 0 105 0 0 rector. Abington Pigotts 291 11 5 62 9 2_ 354 0 7§ 354 0 7_ 28 112 42 8 6 rector. Waterbeach Subscribers-only content

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    Leete, Rector of Bletsoe Bed- fordshire, aged 70. ' March 26 at Abington Pigotts, the I'ev. George Granado Graham-Foster-P.gott J.P., for 23 years Rector Cf Abington Pigotts, Cambs.. aged 84. b March 28, in his 84th year, at Accumb, York, Subscribers-only content

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    alarm in the minds of unprotected female* The Rev. Dr. Adams, rector of Halsted, in this county, and of Abington Pigotts, in Cambridgeshire, on being applied to by the tithe-payers in the latter parish for a deduction on account of Subscribers-only content

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    any place within the same Division, that is to say, into any of the places following, viz. : - Abington Pigotts, Haslingfield, Orwell, Arrington, East Hatlev, Royston (Cambs) Barrington, Hatley St. George Shepreth, Bassingbourn, Kneesworth, Shingay, Croydon, Littiugton, Tadlow, Great Subscribers-only content

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    Key. ti. O. _»__- •"• *&£ rector of Abington Pigotts, Cambridge, assisted by the Rev. »• B. Wright, rector of St. John's, tho Itev. W. (ifalu-U V. "_-*" of Abington Pigotts, to Martha C. I- Farrar, eldest _»o«W*'_ the late Subscribers-only content

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    Windsor, anil Head Master of Eton College, deceased, and niece of the Reverend Willi im Fostkr Pigott, late of Abington Pigotts, in the County of Cambridge. D.D., also deceased, Fellow of Eton College, in the County of Bucks, Rector of Subscribers-only content

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