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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a mile in 6mn. 20sec. A farm bailiff named Thomas Boorman, in the employ of Kr, Mlatthew Bell, of Bourne Park, near Canterbury, was on S3aturday remanded on a charge of stealing eleven sheep and six lambs belonging to his Subscribers-only content

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    Gilebe, the wife of aC 11ev. 1D. J. Ileurm, hicumbeit of Kilmurry, of a aughter. IXl?E UX-April 13, at Bourne Park, Kent, the ife of the Rev. A. l. Molineux, Vicar of Maideu radley, of a daughter. 'ANN-April 4, at Subscribers-only content

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    Ron. Frapols Vilers, SIP. . W. Furley, REsq., Canterbury Admiral D'Aeth, Knowlton Park W. Walter. REq., Rainham, Ml. Bell,Esq, Bourne Park James Lake,Rq, Newlands J.W. SIratord, Esq., Addiagton. G. Cobb, Rsq., Bredgar House place ~~ ~~~W. Nicholson Req., Rochester. paOvxSxOors Subscribers-only content

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    Hon. Franeia' Vles .. cour Admiral y)Aeth, F nq lo Pr William Bland, Esq., . artlip V. Bell, REq., Bourne Park Captain Fiaunae, iurstielt P. Bradley Dye, 1eq., Gore. W. Waltlr, Es., Eainham court James Lake, - ', .le ' Subscribers-only content

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    Petersafeld, Hants ; and for the best sample of any other kind cf hops, Matthew Bell, J. P., of Bourne Park, near Canterbury, is awarded the first prize for his " golden grapt." The city is beginning to fill, and Subscribers-only content

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