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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 11th of Augsset next, at thre Horree of Ilr. Tisomsoo N. Allen, the Engine ansI ]ailway Hotel, Hampton in Arden, at G o'cloek in thre evaniog, asrirect to conditions to he then read-all that desirable and piretty VILLA RESIDENCE, Subscribers-only content

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    line, except as far as Leicester, must be stopped for the present, and the trade must go by Hampton in Arden to Derby, which route, how- ever, Lortnately is but little nore either in point ofdibtattbo. tiuse, or expense. The Subscribers-only content

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    glass mentionled. The following, gifts have alseO been, rec'ivad-- From Mrs. DBofly-Janus, tapestry doesal cloth: Mqrs,, Edward P-tytoni, Hampton in Arden, Warvyirekihire. three lamps for nave, olf pelished 'i copper; Mr. Daun, R.I.C,,Donaelhadce, one polished copper lamnp for niave; Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    750. Fron S the evidences of some of the witnesses that were exa- r niiimed, tie conduct of the driver appears to have been vcry brutal. h IRAI S TO CBE IOi.DvEN.-June 9, Hampton in Arden, B l}\!-,\, ;ttltlcd-11, Nevvuhuwuz Subscribers-only content

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    Birmingham and Warwick canal. The Tithes have all been commtuted except on the lands in the parish of Hampton in Arden, the commautatiot of which is noW in progress. For further information atd for Tickets to view the Mansion, apply Subscribers-only content

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    and Warwick canal. The Tithes have all been committed except on the C- lands in the parish of Hampton in Arden, the commutation 0, of which is now in progress. he For further information and for Tickets to view the Subscribers-only content

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    Betley-court, Esq.; Sir Ton- man Mosley, of Rolleston Hall, Bart. WARWnCverksn.-The Right Hon. Sir Frederick Peel, K.U.M.G., of Hampton in Arden; Edward Allesley Bough- ton Ward Boughton Leigh, of Brownsover-hill, near Rugby, Esq.; Sir George Chetwynd, of Grendon Hall, near Subscribers-only content

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    Sussex.-Sir Charles William Blunt, of Heathfield Park, 1 t *arwickshire.-The Right BHob. Sir Frederick 'Peel, M K.O.M.G., of Hampton in Arden. to Westmoreland.-Thomas Mason, of Kirby Stephen, Esq. va Wiltshire.-Nathaniel Barton, of Corsley House, War- E ,minstor, Esq. eu Worcestershire.-Harry Subscribers-only content

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    at the gallant officer's seat in Badfordahire. o Mr. Frederick Peel, M.P., left town yesterday for his seat, Hampton in Arden, Warwickshire, for the Easter recess. The Lord Mayor and the Lady Mayoress give the i usual dinner at the Subscribers-only content

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    town on Wed- nesday on a visit to the Right Hon. Frederick Peel, M.P., and Mrs. Peel, at Hampton in Arden' Warwickshire. On Tuesday rejoicings of the old English charac- ter took place at Costessy Park, near Norwich, the seat Subscribers-only content

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    line, except as far as Leicester, must be stopped for the present, aud the trade must go by Hampton in Arden to Derby, which route, however, fortunately is but little more either in point of distance, time, or expense. The Subscribers-only content

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    a Staffordshire newspaper, for publishing some scaudolous poetry having reference to the Bey. J. A. Morris, vicar of Hampton in Arden, Warwickshire, the authorship of which is attributed lo that notorious woman "Alice Grey.'' Mr. Harding, of Birmingham, addres siug Subscribers-only content

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    Lothario," who was supported to the Church on crutches, while the bride was carried to the Altar.- At Hampton in Arden, William Douglas, aged 87, to Sarah Hollingsworth, aged 19, after a court- ship of one evening ! -Coventry Herald. Subscribers-only content

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    2, Thos. Dyson, Mile Thorn, Halifax. PIGEONS. Class 40. - Pouter cock, any colour : 2, H. Pratt, Hampton in Arden, near Birmingham. Class 41. - Pouter hen, any colour : 1 and 2, E. Homer, Harewood, Leeds. Class 44. Subscribers-only content

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    Liverpool, merchant.*- J Bedford, Bath, iadrj- cook-E Beaie, Dirham, Glocesltrslure, utahoU* - W Ashley, Bristol, wheelwright- H Crockett, Hampton in Arden, Warwicksnire, lan**- i Jenkins, Marshlleld, Glocestersaire, cfctaist- J Farenden, Chichester, timher-merchuat-C Clay, Aston, Warwickshire, coach-maker. Saturday, April 28. « Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. C. Holte Bracebridge, of the Hall, Atherstone ; and the Bight Hob. Sir F. Peel, K.C.M.G., of Hampton in Arden. Leicesteb Fbeehold Land Society. - The annual meeting of this Society waa recently held. Tbe report (which was adopted) Subscribers-only content

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    ; Henry Robert Clifton, of Cliftoa, Esq. - Warwickshire. - The Right Hon. Sir Frederick Peel, K.C.M.G., of Hampton in Arden ; Edward AUesley Boughton Ward Boughton Leigh, of Brrownsover-haU, near Rugby, Esq. ; Sir George Chetwynd, of Grendon hall, Subscribers-only content

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    constable's alternatives, he has " of two evils chosen the least." Fairs.-.Monday, July 15th, Eronefield, Spilsby, Winteringham, Oakham, Hampton in Arden, Fazeley; Thursday, 18th, Chipping Norton, Atherstone, Ten- •bury, Bromyard, Huntington, Baoyell J Saturday, 20lti, Leonard Stanley, Ross. Infant Schools.- Subscribers-only content

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    Matlock, Buxton, and Manchester. A Railway, or Railways from Hampton in Arden, in the County of Warwick, to Ashcburch, in the County of Gloucester, and from Hampton in Arden to Banbury, in the County of Oxford ; and also from Subscribers-only content

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    Matlock, Buxton, and Manchester. A Railway, or Railways from Hampton in Arden, in th. Connty of Warwick, to Ashcburch, in the County of Gloucester, and from Hampton in Arden to Banbury, iit the County of Oxford ; and also from Subscribers-only content

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