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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~ OOK (goed Plain) Wanlted, in a, Clergyman's Family, in tile CI. eoi11itry'.-Addrcss, stattog sataes, Mrs. Al. G. Vernon, Osmaitrni, Albourne. clOGS 'sic gosl Pla in)IWanted. Liberal wageq.-Apply, Five Ways 'i.. ton, 'Itroa Strcet. cli (101or good General Servant Wantell, Subscribers-only content

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    promised to accept the offer of the tenant and settle on payment of £100 in hand, and purchase under the Albourne Act at eighteen years' purchase. This agree- mneut the lanulord backed out of, and did not stop tiil ho Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS. NOTES5 ANSD RELEOTION-S. ji h Isepo of gOOd dentensla w o ot to the post at Wolver- lb to da, witj-s jh~n fix-tire was coneiiI-td, but !'II the running call-~ for no tonctoelet. STCTN. The mocst important Subscribers-only content

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    Yarrew Coronae, crsta a. Presntno. WlANZTEOSS stra'sl AMan to look~ rffles two, Ponjtes, Sdilk, sod Isq. week17y T. Ci nladeiids, Albourne. 11aasr'oi-. SITUATIONS WANTED, Clerks. Assistants, &e. ql,'Tttmr LT7521 Afrts.. eonseeatiioe-2 dayn 6t., 4 days 94._ 6 doya It. '¶ITOSN{P Subscribers-only content

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    for a sminle season. This. beats, the1735 it record of any nmodera realisations, for ilthough at like per wthe M Albourne sale's of the past year a Mlemio -linseed ram was sold for 1000 gs., one swallow does not Arriv Subscribers-only content

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    Shaw, No. 74,9High.flreer, Borough'; and retail C J. Drewry, t Derbju; Burbage and Co. 'Nortingha ; Cantrell, t Burton; iWalker,- Albourne; Woolrict~ Uctoxeter i t and by one vender in every town. I . _a Ohfierve, none cani pnflbly be Subscribers-only content

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    t ! ' TO I3E!SOU)L, STEAM ENtAINlIi, ibe Cylinider 45 inches, and A- the Boiler 14 tret Di:mnoeer. Alto a quantity of F lp'ns, with working Barrelsot dil1ras' t Si3t s. N. B. The abuve Eligilie is very witable Subscribers-only content

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    - - - -5 ° ° Mr. Taylor (Kedleston-road) - -50°° Anonymous - - - - -50°° ; Mr. James Albourne - -O10 0 Mr. Anthony Buxton - -°10 ° Messrs. Falconer and Peach 10 -loO Miss Radford (Little Eaton) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. H. Stainer, Mr. George Bradbury, farmer, to Miss Ann Needham, both of Newbold. O(l Wednesday, the lst inst., at Albourne, Sussex, by the Rev. C. H. Caenpion, the Rev. Augustus Packe, youngest son of the late C. J. Packe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fine stock and corn growing Aug.]I estate, adapted for a good and secure investment, situate ins the parish impor of Albourne, four miles from Lamabourn, nine from Fuogerford vantaf and. Marlborough, ten from Faringdon, all market towns in .alctuati done Subscribers-only content

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    T. MACHELL, Manchester, provision dealer, Gits j. UcKirArs, Glouccester-terrace, New-road, lineildrupeg. Rol MARYx MAR~.431AL, Jsbn-o reet, Biackfrlars-road. ls J. MASONs, Albourne, Sussex. littersed victualler. Jn J. MoaLtRo, P~stri(tnuare Cembridge-beath-road,,farmer.' A 0. Venso.4N Sheffiel , iniseserr. X J. PAYcNR, Litchurth, Darbyshirs, Subscribers-only content

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    lVh creweenet Kenalngton-park, Mr. S. Blunt, aged 45 BOTTING.-Augast 28, Ann Patchett, wife of Mr. W. . Bot- tina of Albourne, Susser. BRtOWHNE.Aagust S7 at Peroy-sttret, Redford-aquare, Ilaes Boeetta Browne, &age 7d. FRY.-Angust 28, at Plashtt, Fisscx, J. Fry, Req., Subscribers-only content

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    the other pro- hibiting the removal of any sheep or lambs from the parishes of Stanton St. Bernard, Avebury, and Albourne, Wilt-*, and Hampstead Norris, Berks, in which the disease has appeared, without a certificate from two or more Justices Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. J. Grierson, D. D. -On Christmas day, at Zanzibar, aged 29, the Rev. A. N. West, of Buckingham and Albourne, Sussex. - Ou the 18th ult., in his 73rd year, the Rev. H. Rookin, M.A., F. LS., formerly Fellow Subscribers-only content

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    Alton, Hants, and second son of the late Rev. William Knight, of Steventon Rectory, Hants.- On the 25th ult., at Albourne Rectory, Sussex, in the 75thyear of his age, the Rev. William Smith Dbab.- On the 2sth ult., at Somersby Subscribers-only content

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    A. A. VV. Drew, to St. Antholiu, Nuuhead. P.fiv. J C. Dunu, to Northumberland V. Rev. F. T. Gawthern, to Albourne R., Sussex. Rev. R. D. H. Gray, to Briercliffe V. Rev. S. Holland, to Askbam V., Penrith Rev. D Subscribers-only content

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    Rangoon to Madras, ajred 2G Lie ir Greene, Commissariat Department, E. 1. Company's," ' •The Bey. Chas. Bridger, Rector of Albourne and Tr c . D l re ' Sussex. - Aged ."59, W. J. Impey, Esq. of the Inner Subscribers-only content

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    to the Prebend of Pion Parva, in Hereford Cathedral. Rectories.- The Rev. W . S. Dear, to the Rectory of Albourne, Sussex ; Rer. Albert Sydney Wilde, to tbe Rectory of G ret ford with Wilsthorpe, Lincolnshire; Rev. Foster Maynard, Subscribers-only content

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    Cadbury's Cocoa --ELY PURE, THEREFORE BEST. A „a i id_rl of hiehest purit}- at present attainabls '£ri«> Coco_--i«wrf. NO ALKALIES USED. _s in many of the Dutch Coc as. ■ Legal Notices. . -Z, V^iT-O-n,! oTS North Bidiw^ Y^«: Subscribers-only content

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    Edgar Rennet Smith, son of Mr John Smith, draper and tailor, Sudburv, to Lucy eldMt daughter of Henry King, Esq., Albourne", Sussex leu. U*tli, at Netting Hill, by the Rev. Win. Roberts B A Bennet l Well, second son of Subscribers-only content

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