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    General Index, D, 01 November 1673-28 February 1675

    and coiners Drackt , Hubert, of London, mariner, certificate concerning warrant for denization of Drake , Sir John, of Ashe Hall, intended marriage of, broken off Walter, commission in place of Driffield , Mr., letter of, mentioned wife of, letter Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    the Countess of ]3lessington, sister of Lady Mdarmers, Suttori. Lord Duandas was expected in town yesterday from his seat, Ashe Hall, Ricismorid, Yorlishirte. tDucsty or LANCASTERI, Feh). 7.--'fhle King h~S been pleaseti to appoint Thomas Clifton, Esq., of Lythain .hall, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the Canadian cattle, trade depends upon the maintenance of the privileges now enjoyed for the shipping of lve cattle, 'The Earl and Countess of Zetland, with Lady Hilda DundaE, their daughter, are expected to arrive at Ashe Hall, Richmond, to-day. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of the parish, and pre- e sents of grapes, choice flowers, and fruit were received from Miss A. Morley, Ashe Hall; Mrs. Eadie, Park Hil n Ms aaon itnCottage; fruit, 'duwers, and comb-honey being given by the I parishioner The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ube ighly congratulateid. We might esperially mention the exhibits of Mr. G. Merrv, gardener to Mr. UI.S. Hoare, of Ashe Hall. Mr. Merry's flowere, plants, and fruits were, penhape, tbs feature of the show, and ho was higtily complitmented upon Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    MB. to Ada, y- augeat daughtcr, the late John Morley, Nottinghiam, ani niece of the late Samuel Morley, of Ashe Hall, Etwall. DEATHS. UoOWN-On September 6, at Warterwold Ferni. XWnrter, Yorkishire, Rebecca Brown, aged .9 years. CAPoNe-On September 14, at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Pearson third. The judges were Messrs. G. Love (Shipley), A. Shaim- broolie (Sutton Hall gardens, Derby), and (G. Merry (Ashe Hall, Derby). JThe secretarial duties were carried out by Mr. (4. W. Foulds, who -was assisted by Mt. Paul Lebeter Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    all control over ■ **■''" B .* B . , it a rapid pace until 1, :"i,,v pa«* to Ashe Hall when ".rfi. ''" ' i \t< ..cuoants vi-cre thrown '- oii^ 1 : " Vr I*BR waas picked up Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Sandring* bam. To day tbeir Boyal Highnesses leave on a visit to tbe Eatl and Countess of Zatland, at Ashe Hall, Yorkshire, and will retarn to tawn on Friday. The Premiar and tbe Marchioness of Salisbury arrived in London on Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Lord Manners for Wninfleet, in Lincolnshire ; Lady and Miss Lumley, from Park-street, for Bath ; Lord Dundas, for Ashe Hall. trom Cpleatham Park, Yorkshire; Mr. and the Hon. Mrs. Frederick Twi.tleton. from Windsor, for Walton-on-Thames ; SirG. Crewe, Bart, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and have been since at Auckland Castle, the seat of the Bishop of Dur- ham, rhcy are now at Ashe Hall, the seat of tin- Earl of Zetland, in Yorkshire. Despatches from Captain Prescott, Governor of New lound land, were Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Must be strong, and have had. some experience : tig. Ii>lo20; wages £12 am. all found.- Address Mrs. IL. Ashe Hall. ____, I'erbv. WANTED, a Good GENERAL "for January ; _i_aii famiiy; help _T T given: wages £17- Apply M., Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    are kept- E. H. Bowden Pangbourne, Berks. AS Second Laundrymaid, where three are kept : 3_ years' cha- racter.-M.P., Ashe Hall, ____ Yorkshire. S Dairy or Stillroom Maid; age 32 j gc_ Tcharacter.- " Beta "' 38, Lombard-street, Newark. AS Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    U, Town Mead, Walthaui Abbey, Essex. AS SECOND HOUSEMAID "of three; tall; two years' cha acter. Apply E. N., Ashe Hall, Etwall, Derby. A S SECOND HOUSEMAID with three or Third with~four ; age XX 21 ; wages £lti to Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    him that respect to which his exalted virtues snd station entitle him. . ? i "._ t ?? r * 1 Hi l- hnei - Vtoeeeaed hem Richmond to Ashe Hall, the seat of the Right Hon. Lend Pandas. -"««i»„- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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