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    wild youth of Clare, after a fashion never worn by modern beaux.-Limerick Ckroni.le. - The gentleman who lately left Castle Hedingham so unexpectedly has, it is said, proceeded to Australia with Sir John Falkland, a relative who is appointed secretary Subscribers-only content

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    costs were by no means trifling, seeing they amounted to sixteen shillings ! At the Petty Sessions held at Castle Hedingham, on Aug. 18, three carters were convicted each in the penalty of sixpence for riding on the shafts of Subscribers-only content

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    Vauxhall street, Lambeth, bricklayer. [Harpur, ICen nington cross. W. Burton, King street, Soho, upholsterer. [Bennett, BloomsburY square. Elizabeth Hayseard, Castle Hedingham, Essex, innkeeper. [Mars- ton, Torrington square. J. M. Polak, Coleman-street buildings, City, merchant. [Maltby and Grant, Broad-street buildings. J. Subscribers-only content

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    Donaldson, jun. Brick lane, corn dealer. DIVIDENDS. August 23, 3. Pledge, Vauxhall street, Lambeth, bricklayer- August 20, E. Hayward, Castle Hedingham, Essex, innkeeper- -August 23, E. Laughton, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, brewer- August 30, R. Turner, Almondbury and Highburton, Yorkshire, fancy cloth Subscribers-only content

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    ascent to upwards of 200 yards above the sea, without any material injury._ CHARGE OP INCENDIARISM AGAINST A FARLMER.-Af Castle Hedingham petty sessions, Mr Thomas Chinery, a farmer of Belchamp St Paul, was charged with setting fire to farm buildings, Subscribers-only content

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    Club was celebrated yesterday week by a dinner at the Bell Inn, Castle Hedingham, a small hamlet in North Essex, about nine miles from Braintree, long the great rendezvous of the Conservatives of the county, where the " Essex Ten Subscribers-only content

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    distribution of rewards to deserving labourers, celebrated its annual meeting on the 5th inst. at Castle Hedingham. There was an evident diminution of interest in its proceedings by the labourers themselves, and the meeting was almost exclusively of a political Subscribers-only content

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    ended in the ad- journment of the meeting until the 4th of January. A split has occurred in the Castle Hedingham Conserva- tive Club, which has for some years assumed to regulate the representation of the northern division of Essex, Subscribers-only content

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    my support. CONsERvATIvr OPINIONS ON REFoRM.-The Hinckford Con- servative and Agricultural Club celebrated its anniversary yester- day week, at Castle Hedingham, near Sudbury. The dinner of the members in the evening was very numerously attended. The chair was occupied by Subscribers-only content

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    last hold of Conservatism. Such is the power of genius, like fire turning things to its own kind. At Castle Hedingham the Essex folks listened to the voice of wisdom last week. Through the mouth of Major Beresford it told Subscribers-only content

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    blows-so the iM goes: "- MAJou BEREssroi, at the Castle Hedingham meeting on Satur- day, emptied the quiver of which he had previously spoken at Col- chester on Wednesday week; but, contrary to what he had led his hearers to Subscribers-only content

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    perhaps they are not much back- warder than some people who are to be heard of occasion- ally at Castle Hedingham and elsewhere. Who is it that has got a monopoly of wisdom and a general exemption from the decree Subscribers-only content

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    gentleman of Conservative tendencies who not very LI long ago aspired to represent tlis hard-headed fix town. Bat at Castle Hedingham how glibly, to Ci u se his friend Mr. Du CANE's expression, " he roars be on his own Subscribers-only content

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    of beef, saddles and haunches, copiously irrigated with sound port and South-side Madeira. There are no Barmecide's feasts at Castle Hedingham and Ayles- bury, and the oratory of a Colonel NORTH is not sustained on toast and water. In fact Subscribers-only content

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    fought or sepa- rated just the same under a monarchy. But it Busifs the purpose of the orators at Castle Hedingham to "point a- moral and adorn a tale" at the expense of the Union for the ex- altatlion of Subscribers-only content

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    of the Arch Druid of those parts. Major BircasroRnD, who more than. any other man has contributed to make Castle Hedingham famous, was still true to his post, and with him was associated a younger but not less vigorous Conser- Subscribers-only content

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    with 1862. The Suholk COlronicle reports the following as having taken place at a recent Petty Sessions held at Castle Hedingham. The Chairman of the Beach 'was the Rev. J. GoocOH:- "An application for a summons in bastardy was made Subscribers-only content

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    in East Essex, and Mr. RouND, M.P., as we learn from a speech delivered by him on Wednesday, loves Castle Hedingham. " After having experienced," he said, "the atmosphere of the House of Commons for a number of months, he Subscribers-only content

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    deposits being transferred to the Post Office, and certificates of indemnity granted to the trustees:-Hawk. hurst, Hereford, Camden Town, Castle Hedingham, St. lJames's (Piccadiily),- Seven Oaks, Eccleshail, Newry, Stafford, Longhborough, Newport (Mlon.), Swaffharn, Great Marlo w, West Malling, Shipston-on-Stour, and Subscribers-only content

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    second award fell to Mrs.- 0. J. Rowles, of Ilminster. Clotted-cream was best roduced by Mr. T. Bevington, of Castle Hedingham, Inssex; and the West Surrey Central Dairy, of Guildford, took both the silver and bronze ne&als for cream other Subscribers-only content

 

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