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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be remembered that the suit was promoted by the Bishop of Noitwivci against the Rev. THOMAS BERNEY, Rector of Bracon Ash, Norfolk, on the complaint of the Rev. JAMES JOHiN CumMI1NO, Rector of East Carleton, the adjoining parish, for indecent Subscribers-only content

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    meeting on behalf of ,misswons. THE INTFLUMNTZA A NATIONAL JUDGMENT. The following advertisement in regard to the service. at Bracon Ash (hurch appears in a Norfolk paper: Special thanspiring serv-ices will be peiformbd by the rctor (the Rev. Thos. Berney), Subscribers-only content

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    be remembered that the suit wris promoted by the Bishop of Norwich against the Rev. Thomas Berney, Rector of Bracon Ash, Norfolk,e on the complint of the Rev. Jrmes John Cumring, Rector of East Carleton, the 'Idjoinig parish, for in.ccent Subscribers-only content

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    patron. van Friday the Rev. Char lea Berners Peorice, clerk, was instituted to the Rectory and parish church of Bracon Ash, in Norfolk, on the presentation of Thomas Frenchflerae anid George Duckett Berney, trustees bf-the latea 1us Be n y Subscribers-only content

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    Marsh, this day. Dean Court; Wednesday, K Kennel ; Saturday, Old Romney-at half-past 10. . Shotesham, Wednesday, Toperoft; Friday, Bracon Ash b Common-at 11. Stockton Thursday, Wolerston-at half-past 10. Is Taset Side (Mr. Evans's) Tuesday, Black House ; Friday, u Subscribers-only content

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    at Lower Sberringbam, aged 18, Annie Kathabine, daughter of the late Fbancis W. Bedingfeld. On the 16th inst., at Bracon Ash, in his 70th year, Robebt Bbigham, late of Winfarthing. Ou the 17th iust., at Diss, aged 22, Edwabd Fbedk. Subscribers-only content

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    3rd, 1882. the above [2318 LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK. Sale to commence at 10.30. Luncheon at One o'clock. BRACON ASH, Two Miles from Flordon Station, Three from Wymond- ham, and Six from Norwich. AGRICULTURAL SALE OF QQ Horses, comprising Subscribers-only content

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    35 per ceut. Through the kindness of another friend, I have the statement of account for tho parish of Bracon Ash ; it is as follows :- The rateable value is £1657 Bs. ; it hai 1 mile, 1 furlong, Subscribers-only content

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    advanced age, "Jr. Thos. Norton, farmer, of Seaming. Thursday last died at Eaton, the Rev. Thomas Taylor, Rector of Bracon Ash, ai »d perpetual Curate of Cringleford ; the latter preferment is in the gift of the Cor- poration of Subscribers-only content

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    Whaites, Upton T Ucting, Ashwelthorpe P. Bullock, Plumstead Join Sewell, Bracon Ash John Lowden, Heigham Thos. Jecks, Eaton Edw. Heath, Melton '1' Denny, Swainsthorpe T.Mildrtd.EarshamPark G Barnard, Bracon Ash Wm. Hart, Gissing Francis Church, Flordon J. Holmes, sen. rivetshall Wm. Subscribers-only content

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    Leistori T. UtLing, Ashwelthorpe Robert Hayes, ditto John Sewell, Bracon Ash' Robert Johnson, difto Thos. Jecks, Eaton -W. Jesup, Leiston Abbey T. Denny, Swainjthorpe Samuel Brewer, Alderton G. Barnard, Bracon Ash Benj. Colchester, Sutton Francis Church, Flordon M. Harsant, Sohani Subscribers-only content

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    Emmanusl-colleKe, Cambridge, (perpetual Cu- vatt of Thetfoi- St. Mary) was on Saturday last instituted t i the Rectory of Bracon Ash, in this coiu ic )'» on the presentation of Thomas Trench Jfcri'ey. E.**q. John Wenn Tomlinson, Esq. of Clev, Subscribers-only content

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    another. - Vf„r the. trial of the cause at the tact Thetfoid 4 sizes, i:i which Mrs. Bcrncy, of Bracon Ash, w.s plaintiff, and the Rev. Miles Beevor was defendant, and which was decided in favour of the plaintiff, an Subscribers-only content

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    county, by the Right Hon. and Rev. Lord jLry Fitz- Roy, the Rev. James Stuart M rkcPZ'-'i Rector of Bracon Ash andQtu'den- -0 an.l Perpetual Curate pf Thetford St. _«, to Miss Wright, eldest daughter of the _ Rev. John Subscribers-only content

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    ; the being fixed on the Ist of September, probably deprives the same of many attendants. The Church at Bracon Ash, which has been shut up a considerable time, undergoing extensive repairs and improvements, was on Sunday sennight opened for Subscribers-only content

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    bins. Their situation 's excellent, beingnearly in the centre of the city. TO BE LET, A Beautiful VILLA, in BRACON ASH, l |=- ""le the Residence of the Reverend J- LOR-OULB, with green-house, garden, shrubberies. c<c. ; and a FARM, Subscribers-only content

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    1-ukdeniiai.l of the Rectory, on Monday, the sth day of July next, at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon. V Bracon Ash, the same day, at Two o'clock "in; the ciitcrnoon. Gowthorpe in Swardestone, on Wednesday, the 7th day of July, Subscribers-only content

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    be of the Church of England. For leave to look at the Farm apply to Mr. John Sewell, of Bracon Ash; if on a Saturday, at the Rampant Horse Inn, I Norwich ; and for further particulars to Messrs. Foster Subscribers-only content

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    was a respectable intelligent man, and one of the people called Quakers. ""'.-. Yesterday (Tuesday)* at the house of Robert Bevan, Esq. at Rougham, aged 78, MraV.'Marjr.'.Jeafop Taylor, relict of tbe late Rev. Wm. Taylor, Rector of Bracon Ash, Norfolk. Subscribers-only content

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    the 2d day of August next, at Three rc'.oik, IH twintt-two IaPISi/ \J ' THE MANOR AND ADVOWSON OF BRACON ASH, with a most desirable site for the erection of a Mansion, the Offices, Coach-house, and Stables being already substantially Subscribers-only content

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