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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    animal show of the Nor. -thamptonshire Grazing Society, which took place last week at his lord- ship's farm at Chapel Brampton. To the noble lord were awarded the second prize of three guineas for five long-woolled shearhogs; three sove- reigns Subscribers-only content

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    Ora BALE-INNS AND PUBLIO-HOUSES. 'j:"j~FfinrnEtfrskcnolasfor Sale; goo yowl (.With stabling. j _ovI-cmn asy.-AplllY. 92, Bronnegroo Stet ____c67b6 N onfom WotBo vlich ; fine double.'n L9£Ifl loohoota treenii ttaltg. rie aou £5. ourollsabod- r. Poole 287, Hth~ ~ Gidhory. Rent Subscribers-only content

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    25, silvMi;'uly 25, Blttlileld; Thurs~day, 26 Sutton Mill; Saturday. 30. Dtrnli~Onwe. l'rvittst (aSt 11 - rhis day, November 22. Chapel Brampton; Saturday, 23, Clipstone. Pv-cr~ffLE WcOrLssND (at 11). -.Satuarday, -November 23, Grafton Undlerwvood- Quoit.s (at l1h-This day, Novemnber 22, Grunt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THiU PYICHLEY HOUNDS.-At a qeearetsr t9 Else. Thii day .... Feb. 23 Stanford Hall. Frida Y ..... 25 . Chapel Brampton. ..- - 26 Oxendon. THE NOErH iSTAFFOROSHIIEE HOUNDS.-At half-pas! Tcn. This day ... Feb, 23 . . Joheston Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PBREEDB AND' Cn06 es ED AsremcLs.-YWi 0)1. or Sters. First'prize. £10., and silver medal as breeder, Mr John Beasley, Chapel Brampton, Northamptenshire. Second ditto, '£5,Mr. RiXchandnawkesHuuseoteoWarwickahire. Commended. Mr. John Carwardine, Stockton, Bury, Leominster.-Fat Co0 s' First prize, £10., and sliver Subscribers-only content

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    Charles I - volume 465, August 26-31, 1640, 26 August 1640-31 August 1640

    grants were made in the reigns of Elizabeth and Charles I., and the lands and tenements granted were at Chapel Brampton, Stanwick, Kettering, and Collyweston, co. Northampton, a manor and park at the last-named place being granted to Patrick Maule Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    438 (4 m. 4), 1803 (1 m. 4). Brampton , Hunts, 438 (4 m. 22). Brampton , Ntht. See Chapel Brampton. Brampton , Oxon. See Bampton. Brampton (Branton, Braunton), Westmld., 438 (2 m. 12). Brampton (Bramton), John, 438 (3 m.

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