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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3. Six started. SINGULAR ACCIDENT. At about three o'clock yesterday afternoon, a vessel passing up the River Waveney, at Carlton Colville, ran into the piles supporting the bridge of the Great Eastern Railway, and did serious damage, putting a stop Subscribers-only content

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    a smell number of them £ iie going to Ne\w South WVales, and several to South I America. At Carlton Colville, near Lowestoft, a manu was inl the aot of pattinll fuel oas a furnace in connection with a thrashing Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. , Williams), Matthew Kingston of "e" Bonrnemouth, to Ann Elizabeth. daughter of the lae S. SniSh Esq., surgeon. Carlton Colville, Lowestoft, LoSeG-LoSG.-On the 17th ult., at Trinity Church, Adelaide (by the Rev. M. Reid), Hlenry Long, of Melbourne, to Subscribers-only content

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    Leeds Road and Castle Street, Nelson, Lancashire, hairdresser and tobacconist. THOrAs PoRTER, High Street, Lowestoft, and Lawn n Villa, Carlton Colville, Suffolk-, architect. WrrLzIt AaL'fS, Walsoken, Norfolk, butcher and O dealer. M GEORGF E HnrM KENZrE O'CALLAGHAN, Castle G Square, Subscribers-only content

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    Beocles,' now stiying at Lowestoft, severely bruised and shaken; Robert Alger, labourer, Lowestoft, ditto. The following are staying at Carlton Colville, a village between Lowestoft and Barnby:-B. Rayner, builder and con- tractor, Harleston, Norfolk, and T. Raynor, his son, serious Subscribers-only content

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    hensibn. Mr. B. Rayner, of Harleston, is reported to have been internally injured: he is lying atthe Waveney Hotel,- Carlton Colville. Two other persons are also supposed to have been internally injured-namely, M. Acquier, a professor of French, residinq at Subscribers-only content

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    drowned. The body was recovered about half-pest seven o'clock. A yontb named Elijah Colby, residing with his parents at Carlton Colville, Suffolk, was drowned yester- day fternoon on the Oulton Broads, owing to the ice giving way beneath him while Subscribers-only content

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    GEoRGE EDWARDS, 1 aged eighty-nine years, a magistrate for the county of Suffolk, hanged himself at his residence at Carlton Colville, near Lowestoft. At the in- quest last evening the jury returned a verdict of r "Suicide while temporarily insane." Subscribers-only content

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    and this had evidently preyed on Zeppler s ni rd.. Reuter. Svicvauv no AN Ocv'iczsARiL&N MAGISTRATF.-Mr. Geoure Edwards, of Carlton Colville, who was eighty- nine yars of ago, -well knowAn as a, civil engineer, and cric of the oldes-t justices Subscribers-only content

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    Street, King's' Lynn, grocer. L JOsZPH HARTLEY, St. John's Road, Lowestoft, rail- EDwaRD JAMES JAcOB, Waveney Cottage, BeclesC Road, Carlton Colville, Suffolk, fishing-boat owner. B JOi£N BLADEN AMETCALFE TALORt, VictOria Street, D Westminster, London, a captain of her Mlajesty's army. Subscribers-only content

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    F aniou.es (lao Mundy, Esq., Harting, Petersfitld d in this W, Torrewest, Esq.. Mlesshigham, Gaineborough Janury. W. Woodthorpe, Esq., Carlton Colville, Lowatf fute 3, W. burmoester, Esq., The Bivouac, Lyndhurst P1 tanta, as5 John Chieshire, Esq., willow Cottage, Rugeley conid Subscribers-only content

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    Kingston-on-Tharnes. Sir Robert J. Clifton, Bart., M.P., Clifton Hall, Nottinghaum. W. V. Barmard, Req., London-road, Lowestoft, and Colville Lodge, Carlton Colville, Suffolk. William Sutherland Bourchiar, REsq., Aldlborough Hatch, Essex. Major Ellis James Charter, 9, St. licorge's-sqisaro, South Belgravia. Robert John Subscribers-only content

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    Ditton, Kingston-on-Thamnes, Sir-RobertJ. Clifto, Bus-_ M.AP., Clifton Hall, Nottingham. W. V. Barnard, lEsq., London-road, Lowestoft, and Colville Led go, Carlton Colville, Suffolkc. William Sutherland Bous-ehier, Eeq., Aldborough Hatch, Essex. Major Ellis James Charter, 0, St. George's-square, Sooth Blcgravia. Robert John Subscribers-only content

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    Kingston-n-Thames. Sir Robert J. Clifton, Burt., MP., Clifton Hlla, Nottingham. W. V. Barnard, Esq., London-road, Lowestoft, and Colville Lodge, Carlton Colville, SuffolU. William Sutherland Bourchier, Esq., Aldborongh Hatch, Bosem Major Ellis James Charter, 9, St. George's-square, South Belgravia. Robert John Subscribers-only content

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    Carlton Colville-, ILowestoft,, had an animal entered in the catalogue. 'Heifers or cows, 1, Mr. J. L. Barber, of Carlton Colville; .2, Mr. G. Wilken ; 3, Mr. Owen C. Wailis, of llradicy )Hall, Wylam-on-Tyne. IThe oros~abrede were the last Subscribers-only content

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    A CnmnD THROWN FROM A RAILWAY CARRIAEnn Mrslm. Annie Attree, a ladylike woman, residing with her I husband at Carlton Colville, near Loweatoft, was yester- I day committed to the assies by the Yarmouth Justices, on I a charge of Subscribers-only content

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    - Hastling Rev. Arthur BlInry Law, M.A.; Cheplain of Dane-hill Scbool, Margate. Hay Rev. Edgar Hay, M.A.; Rector of Carlton Colville, Suffolk. Patron, the Ber. W'illam Hale Arldrewrs. Hill Rev. tharles Howland Haydocl, Ane., Vicar of Lyme Regis, Dorset; Surrogate Subscribers-only content

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    tie late Earl. and daughter of Elizabeth, of Harlington. M.-, Dt ONNELL-VoUt)DTHORPE-Octoberl9, at the va.r:.- Cbhurch of St. Peter's, Carlton Colville, Suff Ja:nlrles LEd-ard faclDonnell, Esq., H.M.'s Orbh ;- -l e:t. el.'s-t son of the ilte J. R. Edward ¢.D.e Subscribers-only content

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    at i22, Sharkhill Road, Belfast, the wife of RJ.t. J. Povntr. of a son. Si lTH Mav 10, at Carlton Colville, Lowestoft, the wife of thle iev. Barnard Smith, of a son. MARRIAGBSS. A-rH 1- BIRCH-Mav 16, at ArIhadowey Pres- Subscribers-only content

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    Kettleborough, in Suffolkl, on the prefentation of Robert Spar-' : row, Efq.-The Rev. Edwv.. Jermyu-to the rec- tory of Carlton Colville, in that county, on, i, the prefentation of the Rev. George Anguilh. r And the'Rev. Thomas Waldetn Hinmier, A. Subscribers-only content

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