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    service to his death, a servitude of seventy-one years to one family.- Worcester Journal. On the 28th ult., at Audley End, near Saffron Walden, Mary, the wife of Wm. Cowell, aged 60. About a week previous to her death, she Subscribers-only content

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    deg. on Saturday; the range of the week was therefore 27.2 deg. @01hihtuarly LORD BRAIYRoorX died on Saturday, at Audley End, in Essex, after a protracted illness, in his seventy-fifth year. He was eldest son of Richard, second Baron Braybroole, Subscribers-only content

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    the Upper House. LORD BtneuTBooxE was found dead in his bed on Thursday morn- ing, the 21st ult., at Audley End. His state of health has been such as to cause serious apprehension for some time past, but nothing so Subscribers-only content

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    We regret to announce the death of Lord Braybrooke, who expired at an early hour on Saturday morning at Audley End, the family seat in Essex, after a protracted illness. The deceased was eldest son of Richard, second Baron Braybrook6, Subscribers-only content

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    weights are published (October 6, at 6 p.m.), once, 51b. ; twice, 71b. extra; penalties for extra weights accumulative. Audley End Course. The highest weight accepting being 8st. 61b., it has been raised to 8st. 121b., and the rest in Subscribers-only content

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    I each agost the others. Won by a length. FREE IIAS'IOAP SWEEPST.AKES of 50 sovs., 11. ft. Certalin penalties. Audley End Coarse, [7 subs.] Sir J. Hawley's Gillivor, 4 yrs., lst. 1b ....... (Bottom) 1 Isr. Merry's Saunterer, 4 yrs., Subscribers-only content

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    of the day was brought to a conclusion with a Match be- tween Courier and Mr. Sykes, for the Audley End Stakes, which the former won very cleverly., The particulars of Saturday's racing will be found below. - --- NEWMARKET Subscribers-only content

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    Sweepstakes, T.Y.C. . 11,55 Saiinlg Sweepstaree .. . . 12.20 Feltrg Sweepstahes, Flrt half Ab. SI. .. 12.40 The Audley End Stakes- .. .. .. Sweepntahas of 600 eova., T.Y.C. . 1.25 Sweepstlkes of 25 novs. . 1.50 First Clans Subscribers-only content

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    Aged gat 2db * thewinfiner t be sold to; 30 say. horses entered Dot to be sold 21 xtra. Audley End Course, Mr. 1(leming's Harvest MOOD, 3 yrs, 63t 91b, £:ib. ,.. ....I............. ............... P. Crouch I Dir. G. Bryan's Subscribers-only content

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    be sold for any sunm of moneay by carrying Sib extra fcr every increasee of claim of 100 sons Audley End Courae. A HANDICAP (If 20 rons eacb, 5 ft If declared by ten o'clock the evening before running, fcr Subscribers-only content

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    D.-1.Mr. Chadwick's Jerry aged (Captain Townleiy), agt Mr. Rowland's Sir Stephen, aged (owner). OR13ER OF RUNNING. Match (Jerry).. 1030 Audley End Stakes .10.50 Bafindicsp Plate, D _ . 11.15 Match (Finesse) 11.45 Match (Contract) 12. 6 Match (Roulette) . . Subscribers-only content

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    31b, three Sat lOlb ; the winner to be sold for 300 sova, if demanded, &o. T.1 C. The AUDLEY END STAKES of 30 soya each, 10 ft if declared, &c., for horses of ad ages, two-year-olds eexeptesi. A.E.C. lletiousse, Subscribers-only content

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    his' opinion tlit she could hardly rally, and at alf-past four o'elock- she expired. A robbery took place at Audley End, the seat of Lord Braybrooke, on Monday night. Lady Brnybrooke, who was indisposed, had retirod to her bed rooen Subscribers-only content

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    ever remuneration may appear to them to be justified by the circumstances of the case. At Wood Lanie, near Audley End, Staffordshire, a piece of ground, some twelve yards by fifteen, I has fallen in 'to tle depth of about Subscribers-only content

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    1euseblefoot, S yrs Fight, 3 yrs Stoeseare r yrs e Protectlon, 4 yrs Isoreas, 3 yre Reosir. :3 yre Audley End, 3 yrs llerzegovina, 4 yrs Mastlet, 3 yrs Cevendish Square, Sy Alice Maul, l yrs Conckde, l yTe Glaretta, Subscribers-only content

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    Martyr.. .. 5 12 6 Ifing of Italy .. 4 10 lo . Clcoelut ,, ,, ii 12 0 Audley End . 4 10 7 it Itnlace tilace.. 4n 11 Little 'om 4 10 7t ao Nutbuh o . . Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. piACING NOTES AND ANTICIPATVIONS. To the Ensioa of the DAILY POST. Sir,-FeIllowevs of the turf were well catered for dunrig 0 tbe week that has passed away, for at the " cannie itown" 1i of Newcastle ill Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. if ~~RACING NOTES. 3eJudging by the number of horses that have already arrived at rNottinghami the Sport provided on Sherwood Forest during the j.next two days pronisces to be fully up to the average. The course tIs Subscribers-only content

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    yrs, Louis d'Or 5 yrs, Monster 6 yrs, Quadroon aged, Larnprey 4 yeeLiddell S yrs, Lottery aged, Quibble aged, Audley End 6 yes, iavournsee 4 yrs Co*l Rtobin aged, Lauris tan 4 yes. MAIDEN IIORDLH ~teE.-Xlng Sheppard aged t103 soav), Subscribers-only content

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    9 (uibble .a 10 12 Rathelic0e . 6 11 6 Liddell 6 10 10 Lottery . a 11 4 Audley End . 6 10 a ieidkink.a' a 11 3 Lamprey 4 10 4 Munster . .6 21 2 Funny Eyes Subscribers-only content

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