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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William Blackburne, M.D., of Eastcot-house, omnersetltsire, and grand-daughter of the celebrated Archdeacon Bfackbume. OT Thursday, the Ist inst, at Dry Drayton, in the counyty of Cambridge, ahe Rev. Richard l-larrigtott, M.A., third son of the late Sir John Edwasd Harr!oton, Subscribers-only content

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    son of Viscouant Melville, to Louisa Maria. eldest daughter of Sir Will. Bsorthby, B3rt. ofAshbourne Ila3l. Satiec day, at Dry Drayton, in thie Ctiolnty of Canibridrge. the Rev. Richiard Harrinrgton, .M.A. fellow of Brasenose C olleg, OxfincI, ansi rector of Subscribers-only content

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    :er eouinty, and Grosvecuor-stloare, London. STO ar, Sanae day, at Dry Drayton, near Cambridge, In Ills 76th lo e; yer the Rev. Samsuel Stmith, D.D. rector of Dry Drayton, bog __Prebeudary of York, and Casnot of Durham. bt Same day, Subscribers-only content

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    both of this town. So0reTlAMrToN-NI!uorNT.-Feb. 25th, by tile Rev. V. Knightloy, assisted by the Rtev. W, Smith. rector of Dry Drayton, Lord South. aeutison, to Ismanis Catherine Fitzroy, daughter of Walter Nugent, Esq., Baron of the Austrian Empire. TonDD- SrErsER.--MarCh Subscribers-only content

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    is- SO~1APO-NoN1- b 25thi, 113' tile 11ev. V. nightehley PI assisted by hoe Rev. W. %V ueitil, sector of Dry Drayton. Lorot Sou~tie-S amplool. to Tsmalaia Cathel-ilne Fiteroy, dTaugiter of Walter Nugenlt,- ,or Eoq., Baron of tlle Aoostriaoj Enpire. an Subscribers-only content

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    Vicar of St. Nicholas's; Vicar of Brighton and Rector of West Blatohington. lRev. F. W. Henstock, M.A.; Rector of Dry Drayton, Caneliridga. Rev. F. C. Marshall, M.A.; Rector of Little Wilbraham, Cambridge. Rev, W. Milling- ton, Vicar of St. Paul's, Subscribers-only content

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    the late W. T. Smith, Esq-On the 9th inst., in his 76th year, the Rev. S. Smith, D.D., of Dry Drayton, Cambridgeshire, and Prebendary of Durham-Oln the 9th inst.. at Albourne Place, in the county of Slussex, in the 73d Subscribers-only content

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    the Cathedral church of Durham has be- come vacant by the death of the Rev. Dr. S. Smith, of Dry Drayton, Cambridgeshire. The office -will, not. be filled up, but its revenues will pass into the hands of the Ecclesiastical Subscribers-only content

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    and constantlv afford excellent amusement to those who delight to hunt the hare, oDyaf Mr. R. Phypers, farmer, of Dry Drayton, was possessed of cub fox, which he desired to brini up ilt a domestic manner. To fulflI the office Subscribers-only content

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    Aehlay' Lodge, only by Oxford, end Btheeldreda Juinet, daughter of, the Rev. him at I Richard Wizikfield, Rector of Dry Drayton. Clinbs;, and might b niece of Mr. Alfred Winkilelod, F.R.CS., of Oxford.- citd tos D EA T HS. was Subscribers-only content

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    Earl. CAMBRIDGE, Sept. 29.-The Rev. Samuel Smilh, D. D. is inihituited, ott his own preientation, to the rectory of Dry Drayton, in this county, Yacant by the death of his father.-'tihe Rev. J. S. Coleman, of St. Jolii's college, is Subscribers-only content

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    Ips- wich ; honorary canon in Norwich Cathedral, Rev. Fielding Arthur Wolfe Hamilton-Gell, M.A., vicar of Staunton-in-Peak; restor of Dry Drayton. Patron, Rev. oF. A. W. Gell-Hamilton. Rev. Henry Chichele Hart, B.A., curate; rectorof Lang- ford-with-Ickburgh, fforfulk. Patron, Mr. William Subscribers-only content

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    Prooser St. Alkmoud'v. Shrewsbury. ieud Rev. T. Harris, kilves, Swaneea. Rev. Mr. Greemnmith, Eastington, near Strond. Rev. 0. Smith, Dry Drayton, Cambridge. Rev. C. P. Nixon, 01ton. Southwell, Diotts, Rev. J3. Hope, Incumbent of St. Anne e Halifax Rev. St. Subscribers-only content

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    MA~art's I offices, 2 Charlotte-row, Manelon-house. NEAR to CAMBRIDGE.-The FREEHOLD MANOR ofCOW I LANDS, In DRY DRAYTON; also the MANCR'of COVENTRY a_ Dry Drayton, held under renewable lease fernmthe Bishop of Eyfor two yoDung lives, with POLICY of ASSURANCE for Subscribers-only content

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    CONrIRA(LT.-, Cilar. lotte-row, Mxariion-houso% Nov. 1, 1852. -NOTICE of SALE by PRtIVATE CoN tRAcT.-MANc ul o CROW. LAN\DS, in DRY DRAYTON. sJR. MIARSH begs to announce, for the informa- toof the nunmerous appLicants for particulars or l ipt vauin. 0 Subscribers-only content

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    eon. SIMPSON -August 16, at Mayfleld.terrace, Dalston, the wifeof the Rev. Robert Simpson, of a son. SMITH.-August 14, at Dry Drayton, Cambridgeshire, the wife of the Rev. W. Stuith,or a eon. TUfRNOUR.-August 14, at Lexbam1 Hall, Norfolk, the wife of Subscribers-only content

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    a son. READ.-August s, at Glasconbury, the wife of Mr. R. A. Read, of a dauoghter. SAITH.-July 30, at Dry Drayton, Cambridgeshire, the wife of the Rev. W. Smnith, of a daughter. W liT'ELD.-July 31, at Lewes, the wife of Subscribers-only content

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    farmer _ Barnard John, Dunmow, Essex, grocer s Barnard John, High Easter, Great Waltham, farmer s Barnard L. E., Dry Drayton, Cambridge, farmer . Barnard William, .Gl, Wharfdale road, King's cross, j wheelwright [spinster t Barnes Miss M. A., 20. Subscribers-only content

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    Eliot Con- 3T-.ntin.__ Yobkk to Anmib, second daughter of Sir Anthony di Rothschild, Bart. On the 13th inst., at Dry Drayton, by the Rev. Dr. Campion, Fellow and Tutor of Queen's College, Cam- bridge, assisted by the Rev. W. M. Subscribers-only content

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    to Clay worth R., Notts. Rev. Newman Tibbitts, to Stoke Giffonl V., Gloucester. Rev. Frau cis Augustus Walk,r to Dry Drayton R., Cambs. The Ashantee Wab.- By despatches received at the Admiralty from Cape Coast Castle on Saturday, it appears Subscribers-only content

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