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    the late Colonel Childers, of Cantley hall, Yorkohire, to Mariia Charlotte, eldest daughter of Sir Culling Smith, Bart. of Bedwell Park, Herts. On the 31st ult. at Edmonton, George Savage Curtis, Esq. of Gloucester place, Portman squate, to Emma, second Subscribers-only content

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    divalged it.'v A general remand was granted. WILLS AND BEQUESTS. -The will of Sir Calling Eardley Ferdloy, Beat., of Bedwell Park, near Hatfield1, elort, was proved in the London Court by Hugh Calluig Eardley Uebilders, Eaq- msLP., said Godrey Lushiogton, Subscribers-only content

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    continued demand for Im- proved dwellings by the working cas. HEALTH OF MAB, OHILDEB Mr. ChIlders is still at Bedwell Park, Herifordshfe The Right Ren. gentleman's health Is improving, and it Is believed by his medical advisers that, by a Subscribers-only content

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    aQueen regnant,andthat makes all the difference.-o MRt. CHmIpDER;-The late First Lord,,of the Admiralty remains for the present week at Bedwell Park, Hertford- shire. He was visited professionaly on Sunday last, by Mr. Robert Ellis, who reports favourably on the general Subscribers-only content

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    of less than three months. Ilr. AMonk, who was for so long a time member for Gloucester, has rented Bedwell Park, Mrs. Hanbury's fine place in Hertfordshire. for a term of years, Bedwell for- merly belonged to thp late Sir Subscribers-only content

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    roads, and adjoining the Estates of the Marquis of Salisbury, (Hatfieldl Park), Baros Dimsadale lEssendon Place), Mrs., Robert Hanbury (Bedwell Park( and iCharles - Butler, Esqt. (Warren Wood). it consists Of a laubstantiably-built and Well-appointed FAMILY MANSION, -in the Italian Subscribers-only content

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    Mfember February 12, 189L RxraRsmrrArros oF GwucaEsxs-At a meeting of the Gloucester Conservative Councl, Mr. C. J. Monk, of, Bedwell Park, Herts, who for twepy years represented the city in the wLbal interest, and at the general election as the Subscribers-only content

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    widesPreading bsranches of a huge and ancient fir trs- anmd within view of a charming district of ountry, including Bedwell Park. The scene was a beautiful anid touching one, especially as the crimson g low of the setting sun lit Subscribers-only content

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    Dr. Hawks, on Ft , WB. GO. CULLrssNo RAAWLIIT. Hrq., only coo of Sir Culling RErdley, eleve we Bert.,of Bedwell Park, Hatfield, to BILYro FOLORtENCE, only daugh- - of ter of JAB. MAGEEO, Esq., of New Orloano. mne Nov. 12th, Subscribers-only content

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    s well-known an(l valuable collection of pictures at the mansion at Belvi- dere han, we believe, been removed to Bedwell Park. The late baronot and the present Lord Crauworth married sistors. The present baronet, who is of the age of Subscribers-only content

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    ursoN.-HMnrch 28th, at Altriniehon, aged 73, Mr. John Gunson, of Manchester. HiANnuny.-Mearh 26th, neod i4, RobertCaulling anbury, Esq.,M.P, of Bedwell Park, Harts. HowE.-March 27tb, at Springfield House, MarPlo, aged 76, Mr. Robert Howe. JAceooN.-March 29th, aged 57, Mr. Jamee Jackson, Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. EardLey Childers, of Cantley, Yorkshire, and his mother was the eldest daughter of Sir Culling Smith, Bart,, of Bedwell Park, Herts. He was born in Brook-street, in 1827, and was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated B.A., Subscribers-only content

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    the condition of Mr. Childers's health, we are glad to be enabled to state that since his removal to Bedwell Park, rnei Tttfieold, whoro ho is at present staying le has boen daily gaining in health and strength. He is Subscribers-only content

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    ease against them, TEE HEALTH OF MR. CHDILDERS. -Mr. Hugh Childers is now staying for p short time at Bedwell Park, near Hatfield, whither lie was sent for a short rest by his medical advisers. The Right. Hon. Gentleman has Subscribers-only content

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    Pontefract 'Working Men's' Lib.eral Association, congratulating him on his sevceth retnrn to Parliamect for the borough, writes as foliowis: Bedwell Park, Hatfield, March 9th, 1871. Gentlemen,-It has givean mo ths greatest pleasore to receive the letter of congratilation (oe my Subscribers-only content

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    Sir Bartle end Laily Frere and Mtss Fires. At half-pasit live o'clock Mr. and Mrs. SpenCer Csiliiere started for Bedwell Park, Ilerts, which has bean Dlated at their disposial by lit,. and Mrs. Edmund Raitsbury for tlscir Isoneymeon. ;; The Subscribers-only content

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    The Chancellor of the Exchequer, accompanied ar by Mrs. Cailders, will leave their residence in Picc idilty [r. for Bedwell Park. Herts, on a visit to Mr. and His. .et Hanbury. d; TnE SoUnClIS OF ELECT orIITY.-At the Royal ph Subscribers-only content

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    of Abbotts-Norton, Worcestershire, nti the Rev. H. White, of the Chapel Royal, Savoy. After the ceremny the f , newly married couple left iof Bedwell Park, Hertford- 4, shire, wbich~has been placed at their disposal by Mrs. h Culling-Hanbury. ___ Subscribers-only content

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    June 25th, 1827. His mother was Maria Charlotte, eldest daughter of the late Sir Culling Smith, Bart., I of Bedwell Park, Hertfordshire. Educated as a youth G at CLeam School, he afterwardi- went to Trinity a E College, Cambridge, where Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. Eardley Chiloers, of Crantley. Yorkshire. by Marian Charl.hJtte eldl-t daughter of dihe liate Sir Culling Smith, Bert., of Bedwell Park, Hertfordshire. He wa3s educated at Cln-am Sehool, arid at Trinity College, Canmbridge. where he graduated as fourteenth senior optimne Subscribers-only content

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