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    a solicitor for some creditors. He possesses an interest, librarian of St. Paul's Cathedral, in the fee farm rent Beeston Regis, Norfolk, and also an interest in the turved rent of a house in St. Paul's Churchyard. The Position was Subscribers-only content

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    Free Hospital. Gray's Icinnrosdr; he possesses an.nterest, as librarian of St. Paul's Cathedral, in the fee farm rent of Beeston Regis, Norfolk, and also the re- served rent of a house in St. Paul's Churchyard. The final order was granted. Subscribers-only content

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    of a son. DEATHS BOSwORTII-At 17, Friar-gate, Derby, alt herine Frances, widow of the late Rev. W. LBosworth, of Beeston Regis, Norfolk, aged 67 years. ELLIOTT-On January 10, at 70, Traffic-street, Mary Elliott, aged 84 years. LONGDEN-Of January 8, at Subscribers-only content

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    Re., extensive walled-in garden, gardeners' and keepers' lodges; aho the valunble manors of Ufford's Hell, in Oto. - mer, Beeston Regis, Beesten Priory, end Sherringhem Morley Hall; the rectory of Sherriughaco, with tithe rent charje of £885 per en- 1 Subscribers-only content

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    ult, at Runt on, Cromer, aged 6 months, William Moulton, only child of the Rev. William Boswobth, Rector of Beeston Regis, Norfolk On the 2*th ult, at Newport, Isle of Wight, Lucy, wife of J. W. Shields, and only daughter Subscribers-only content

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    of Mr H Pedgbift, surgeon of the above place. (in the 13th hist., at Felbrigg, T. W. Cremer, Esq., Beeston Regis, to Rachael Anne, eldest daughter of T Kettos, Esq., of Felbrigge-park. *' DIED. On the Bth inst , suddenly, Subscribers-only content

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    at blakeney. Fn.hiy se'nnigitt, i a his 7lst year, Mr. Wm. Roofe baker, ot A*, lsham. Name *day at Beeston Regis, Miss Cremer, o„l v daughter oi the | a te C. Cremer, Esq of Crin*r|efnnl" Saturday sennight, aged 60, Subscribers-only content

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    Waltham J. Lintott, jun. James Payne J.VVheatley W. Haynes V. Surridge VV. Still J. Buckett George Lloyd. ABBEY FARM, BEESTON REGIS, near Cromer, Norfolk. TO DE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. SEPPINGS, On Monday and Tuesday the 14th and loth Subscribers-only content

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    14th inst., at Beeston Regis, the Rev. Thomas Starling Norgate to Caroline Roxalana Woodrow, niece ofthe late Cremer Cremer, Esq., of Beestou Regis. Last week, at Heigham church, Mr. William Bunn Colling, architect, to Miss Emily Brigbting, of this city. Subscribers-only content

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    place, aged 77. On Thursday last, at Runcton, in his 77tb year, the Rev. Paul Johnson, late Rector of Beeston Regis and Ingworth, in tbis county. Same day, aged 44 years, after a long affliction, borne with real Christian fortitude Subscribers-only content

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    in this county. On the 22ndinst., at Beeston Regis, the Rev. Edmund Forster Hutton, Rector of Elmerton with Runton, to Maria, elder daughter of the Rev. Cremer Cremer, Rector of Beeston Regis. ' On the 22nd inst., at St. Clement Subscribers-only content

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    year, Mr. Coleby Hewett, boot and shoe-maker, St. Stephen s, surviving his wife but a few months. Lately, at Beeston Regis, Mr. John Wilson, farmer and fish carrier. His death was caused from a fall oft a load of hay. Subscribers-only content

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    at Two o'clock in the Afternoon, in a piece of Land near the Turnpike, adjoining Boughton Fen. ABBEY FARM, BEESTON REGIS, near Cromer, Norfolk. MR. SEPPINGS BEGS to announce to the Public, that he has received instructions to SELL by Subscribers-only content

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    of Harleston. Same day, at Trunch, aged 69, Mr. Charles Wbodrow, son of the late Mr. C. Woodrow, of Beeston Regis. On the 15th inst., aged 34, Augustus Archer, wife of Mr. William Gianfield, Victoria House, Yarmouth. Same day, in Subscribers-only content

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    the 7th instant, at his residence, Heigham, aged 28. Frederick, youngest son of the late Mr. Henry Bidewell, of Beeston Regis, in this county. The yarn factory was some timo since purchased by Messrs. E. and R. W. Blake, of Subscribers-only content

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    ' C ;- emng ' Mr - C Ski PP^ lar '»ing bailiff to the Rev. Cremer Cremer, of Beeston Regis, n ark t ,T r '» was . I return ' n g' on horseback, from llolt mark. t. Subscribers-only content

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    Park, Notts., and daugh- ter of the late Rev. Fredk. Apthorpe, Prebendary of Lincoln. On the 'list ult., at Beeston Regis, Mr. Walter Scott Jarvis, of Halesworth, to Anna, eldest daughter of Mr. John Cooper, of Aylinerton. On the :51st Subscribers-only content

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    Jas. Hollway, Esq., of Stanhoe, and only child of John Calthrop, Esq., ot Stanhoe-hall. On the 24th ult., at Beeston Regis, aged 17 years, Sophia Augusta, youngest daughter ot the Rev. Cremer Cremer. On the 25th ult., at Woodraansterne Rectory, Subscribers-only content

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    30th ult., at Sparham J E. Cbemeb, of Spar- ham-house, second s'-n ot the late Crem er Cremer, of Beeston Regis, to Maria, elder daughter of the Rev. T S. Norgate, Rector ofbparham. On the 2nd inst , at Stow Subscribers-only content

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    Hogg, brewer. On the 6th inst., aged 34, Mr. Samuel Strong Bond, stonemason, Aylsham. On the 6th inst, at Beeston Regis, in his 72nd year, the Rev. Cremer Cremer. On the 6th inst, at the Rectory, Barnham Thorpe, aged 59, Subscribers-only content

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