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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pair of white gloves as a trophy of their superior skill. Score:-Canterbury, first innings, 71 ; second innings, 44. Boughton Aluph, firstinnings, 4. A very close, pleasant, and exciting gasne was played on Lord Bray- brooke's ground,.at Audley-End, between the Subscribers-only content

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    COUNTRY MARKETS. (Por London Reports sea next page.) __7_7__ Xl _ V _ 1& MARKET, Wednesday, May 28* market Zll._ _.).' Bnpp,y of Btore bullocks and aheap at __ _ BOMBER 0» STOcK AT MARKET FatNeatStock^l; Store ditto, ZSHfeW, Subscribers-only content

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    tAW INTELLIGENCE. Phipps t. Parker.- The Attorney-General stated that this was an action to recover a com- pensation from the defendant for falsely imput- ing an act to the plaintiff, which, if true, would re__atre the -forfeit of tvs Subscribers-only content

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    J. Manning, to St. Leonard R., Colchester Rev. J. Newhara, to Meare V., Somersetshire. Rev. 6. S. Nottidge, to Boughton Aluph V., Kent. Rev. J. C. Parson, to Christ Church V. and Stansted Chapel. Rev. W. Price, to Blackbourton V., Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. John Pbewer, farmer. On the 13th inst, at Ipswich, aged 74, Elizabeth Cuckow. On the 13th inst, at Boughton Aluph, near Ashford Kent, aged 88, Bridget, widow of James Grimmer) formerly of Beyton. On the 14th mst, in her Subscribers-only content

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    of Merrion-square, Dublin. -On the 20tb nit, at the Vicarage, the Rev. J. R. Major, M.A., FS.A., Curate of Boughton Aluph, near Ashford, eldest son of the late J. R. Major, D.D. late Head Master of King's College School, London. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fastest pickers actually not tallying more than five bushels, end in a few very bad .coses even less. In Boughton Aluph and neighbourhood not a third of the hope will be fit for market" SALE OF THE LATE BISHOP OF Subscribers-only content

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    27th ult. at Boughton Aluph, to by the Rev J Billington, assisted by the Rev. F. Cockerel!, Mr. I tfurdock, of Chester, to Jane, youngest daughter of the late V 7.1 Clements, Esq., of Boughton Aluph. Bennion-Piers- On the Ist Subscribers-only content

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    parish of Wormingford, Mr Jones claimed, on behalf of Albert J. Nottidge, Tonbndge, Kent; the Bey. Geo. Simpson Nottidge, Boughton Aluph. Ashford, Kent; and Thomas Not- tidge, Ashford, Kent ; inrespect of share in freehold house and land, namely, Wormingford Subscribers-only content

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    waa on Monday lest instituted to the rectory of Eastwell, near Ashford, in Kent. The livings of Eastwell and Boughton Aluph were united by Order in Council on the Friday previous, and Mr. Reed will hold the two benefices. His Subscribers-only content

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    stack was entirely destroyed, and another partly consumed. Boughton Aluph.- Another fire took place this (Sun- day) morning at Boughton Aluph, about two miles from Ashford, and oear the seat of the Earl of Winchilsea. A large straw stack was Subscribers-only content

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    ; Harrietsham, Ulcomb, Lenham, Boughton, Malhtrb, Witchling, Ot. 1 terden, Charing, Stalisfield. Egerton, Chart Parra, Westwell, Eastwell, Hothfield, Kennington. Boughton Aluph, Ashford. Willesborough| , Hinxhill, Brooke, Wye, Hastingleigh, Sevington, Kiuirsnorth. Mer- sham, Brabourne, Smeethe, Aldington, Sellinge, Monks Horton, j Lympne, Subscribers-only content

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    of large size and great beauty. The estate extends into the parishes of Godmersham, Chilham, Crundale, Waltham, Wye, and Boughton Aluph, and is divided into numerous farms and hold- ings, while the woodlands and covers are extensive and so dis- Subscribers-only content

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    of mrge size and great beauty. Ihe estate extends into the parishes af Godmersbam, Chilham, Ciund.de, Waltham, Wye, and Boughton Aluph, and is divided into numerous farms and hold- ings, while the w oodlauds and covers are extensive and so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he has de- cided, with the consent of Lord Willoughfcj de Eresby, » accept the living of Eastweil and Boughton Aluph, near Ashford, in Kent. The rev. gentleman had only rectus ly been appointed to the living of Lenton, and Subscribers-only content

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    HORSE, 17 hands, 5 yrs ; quiet to ride and drive; all open to vet.'s examination.- Apply H. Clements. Boughton Aluph. Ashford. Kent. PHAETON or CARRIAGE HORSES. - Town or Country-- PAIR shorUegged, Hunting-like GELDINGS, 5 yrs. 15.24 : substance Subscribers-only content

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    Appledore and Wittersham ; 16th, Lydd and Dymcburcb ; 18th, New Romney and Brookland ; 19th, Godmershara ; 20tb, Boughton Aluph and Crundale. July 2d, St. Paul's Cray ; oi, St. Mary Cray and Chislehurst ; sth, Holy Trinity, Maidstone Subscribers-only content

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    of large size and great beauty. Ihe estate extends into the parishes of Qodmersham, Chilham, Cnrnd-tle, Walthani, Wv, and Boughton Aluph, and is divided into numerous tarms and hold- ings, while the woodlands and covers are extensive and so dis- Subscribers-only content

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    of Urge size and great beauty. Tbe estate extends into the parishes 3 Godmersham, Chilham, Crundale, Waltham, Wye, and Boughton Aluph, and is divided into numerous farms and hold- ers while the woodlands and covers are extensive and so dis- Subscribers-only content

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    of large size and great beauty. The estate extends into the parishes of Godmersham, Chilham, Crundale, Waltham, Wy-i, and Boughton Aluph, and is divided into numerous farms and holdings, while the wood- lands and covers are extensive and so disposed Subscribers-only content

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