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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On escaping from the train (which he effected without sustaining the slightest injury) he struck across the country to Earl Soham, where he has an uncle residing, Having no money he was obliged to beg food on his way, which Subscribers-only content

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    26. BANKILRUPTS.-P Haynes, 55 James street, Old Bethual-green road, silk mannfacturer. [IfMay and Son, Princes street, Spitalfields.-J God- dard, Earl Soham, near Framlingham, Suffolk, draper. [Ml-ason and Co, Gresham street.-T Mott, Salisbury, cabinet maker. [Venning and Co, Tokehous Yar.-WClark, Southwark-bridge Subscribers-only content

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    Wharton Street, Cardiff, and Northwodd Farm, Llanishen, Glamorgan, but.cher, cattle dealer, and I farmer. DINAH ELIZABETH WALPOLE, formerly of Earl Soham, Suffolk, Dow 61, Blenheim Terrace, Ipswich, formerly butcher, tow out of business. 5 DAVID JoxNS, Powell Street, Sandfeids, Aberavon, Subscribers-only content

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    Elizabeth-street-south, accountant. waa til James Abbott, Vauxtiall-street, potter.su Is. Michael Neale, Great Sutton-street, Clerkenwoll, watch gilder. la, cyJohn IBanyard. Earl Soham, saddler. exe sdDaniel Rtoss, King-street, Westminster, clerk. clof on James Cato. Wellington-street, Kingsland-road, wine Cooper, of 1 .se George Subscribers-only content

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    June 7, at 11, ait the Court of Blankru~cy, I.eedi . ' Leis.-Official assignee, Young. y GODDARD James, of Earl Soham, ussar Framnlingh.*i ou.M ayOq, at half-past 2, a ol,ITune 5, at1. -. t slars 2, rrshntt-street.-Official , inee liraen; Subscribers-only content

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    Holborn, assistants to a cheesemonger-J. MORSE, jun., Upper Tottenhanm-plac, Tottenham- cosirt-road, eut of business-G. ASHLEY, Elgin-terraer, Maids-vale, builder-J. HATTON, Earl Soham, Sueffolk, chief constable-B. BLAKE, New Gloucester-street, Hit oxtn, out of business-J. BAKER and H1. BAKER, Bethnal-green, scavengers-J. SAMSON, Turn-alley, Subscribers-only content

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    a son. , MARRIAGES. t July 14, at St. Mary's, Mietley. by the Rev. Richard f Abbey, Rector of Earl Soham, Suffolk, brother-in-law of 0 the bride, assisted by the Rev. John Arkell, Rector of St. X Ebbe's, Oxford, uncle Subscribers-only content

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    service of communion plate. re 0 ta 1 PREFERMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS, ai - Rev. Richard Abbay, M.A., rector of Earl Soham, T ii Suffolk. 6 Rev. Walter Goldin Alford, M.A., perpetual curate of ti Henton. 33 Rev. John Bartlett, M.A., Subscribers-only content

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    JEawes. James Wilding, 19, was charged with having maliciously inflicted grievous bodily harm upon Mr. George Bond, farmer, of Earl Soham, by fracturing his arm with a gun- barrel. On Sunday, the 13th of March, the prosecutor, while walking round Subscribers-only content

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    ....................3.500 James Walter Bernard, 18, Cheltenhamn Collegeii .312 Ferdinand H. W. Milner, 18, Eton, and lev. J. H. roome Earl Soham ........... .......... 318 Wm. Alex. W. Orange. 19, Grammar Sehol, Halfax. 13240 I John Androw Kelso, 19, St Paul's Subscribers-only content

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    and Rockingham Row, Loudou, timber merchant. Frederick Eliyett, Portsea, Hants, halter. William Gibson, Leeds, pro- vis-Oh merchant. James Goddard, Earl Soham, Sussex, draper. Samuel Goosemau, Great Grimsby, Lincoln, innkeeper, licensed victualler, aud livery stable keeper Philip Haynes, James-street, Old Bethnal Subscribers-only content

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    business. John Perry, Tottenham, merchant. W. A. Prior, Addlethorpe, Lincolnshire, farmer. Campion Bush, Vit> toaa-plaoe, S-ockwell-green, Surrey. Bobert Bice, Earl Soham, Suffolk, maltster. F. T. Bichardson. Colnbrook, Buckingham-hire, butcher. Alfred Silvester, Oxford-terrace' Clapham-road. artist. Frederick D. B. St. ohn, St Subscribers-only content

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    steam threshing-machine pro- prietor, Feb. 19, at 12 Total number in Gazette- lol. BANKRUPTS, Friday, February 5, Hutton John, Earl Soham, chief constable for the Finfom Division of Suffolk, Feb. ir, at 1 w inß eastern Jf Feb? mSi Aneaatw Subscribers-only content

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    was an application for release ont of custody on the part of the bankrupt, who was described as of Earl Soham, Chief Constable for the Eastern Division of Suffolk, but now a prisoner for debt in the County Gaol of Subscribers-only content

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    in re hatton. The bankrupt, John Hatton, was described as of Earl Soham, Suffolk, Chief Constable for the Eastern Division of the said county, but now a prisoner for debt iv tbe County Gaol of Suffolk at Ipswich. Having been Subscribers-only content

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    above. Can have first-class references. Salary not so much an object as acomfort- able home. - Apply S. E., Earl Soham, Wickham Market. WANTED, by a Single Man, a Situation as GROOM and COACHMAN. Four years' character.- Address Y. Z., Subscribers-only content

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    Willington, Jno. Chapman, Esq., of 16, Finsbury-square, to Miss Annie Maria, eldest daughter of Mr. John Edwards, plumber, &c, Earl Soham. On the llth inst. , at Nedging Church, by the Rev. W. Kdge, assisted by the Rev. - Parr, Subscribers-only content

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    the Chief Constable.- The report of tiie Chief Constable was as follows : - " Chuff Constable s Office, Earl Soham, March 18, 1869. "My Lords and Gentlemen,- lt is with the deepest paiu aud regret that I now, in Subscribers-only content

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    the DRESSMAKING. Can bave first-class references. Salary not bo much an object as a comfortable home.- Apply, S. E., Earl Soham, Wickham Market. BUTLER, where a footman or boy is kept, or single handed, iv a small family ; age Subscribers-only content

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    the DRESSMAKING. Can have first-class references. Salary not so much an object as a comfortable home.- Apply, S. E., Earl Soham, Wickham Market. HOUSEKEEPER, in a nobleman's or gentleman's family ; thoroughly understands her duties ; good reference.- Address, Mrs. Subscribers-only content

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