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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to imprisonment for six months. FATAL ACCIDENT.-On Wednesday week Mr Jennings, a builder, of York, lost his life at Duncombe Park, the seat of Lord Feversham, while superintending repairs there. He stepped upon a plank, which tilted up, threw him Subscribers-only content

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    Graystore, Aford, Aberdeenshire. f CLASS l5-Short-horned Cows above 4 years old.-First prize, 17 £ V2., the Earl of Fevershan, Duncombe Park. York; second, an f £1fl., Jobn Aubbey btumford, of Chilton Park Farm, Thame, Oford ; third, £10., Thomas Mace, Subscribers-only content

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    recent severe illness as on Monday morning to taleo a drive and walk with the Countess of I'cversham, in Duncombe Park, for about an hour. Lord ndl Lady Acton and family have left Thomas's Hotel for Aldenlian, Salop. The Premier Subscribers-only content

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    Gunter', of Wetherby Grange, has just sold the celebrated bull, Fifth Duke of Tregunter, to the Earl of Feversham, Duncombe Park, for 2,000 guineas. Mr. De Morgan has, it is stated definitely fixed 'Pues- day; April 17¶ as the dav Subscribers-only content

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    with his garters and necktie. Playing in a cricket match at Malton, the other after- noon, one of the Duncombe Park team picked up a gold watch, which was lost in the grass last July daring a match against a Subscribers-only content

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