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    Index, H, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    (1), 733 (24), 831 (25, 60, 80). -, priory (supp.) of, 806: g. 831 (60), 831 (80), 942 (19). Hatfield Grange , Notts, g. 942 (70). Hatfield (Hatfylde) , John, p. 550. Hatford (Hawtforde) , Berks, p. 541. Hatley , British History Online

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    Nicholls, for upwards of 40 years a faithful nurse in the service of tbe late Osgood Hanbury, Esq., of Hatfield Grange. On the 20th inst., in his 85th year, Sir J. T. S__.W_N, Bart, of Down-hall, Harlow, Essex. On the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    however, there was a vineyard at Barkii g, and there was probail? one ot much more recent date near Hatfield Grange, Cogge- shaU. THE C-MATE Mr. J. C. Shesstone suggested tbat, investigation might be carried farther with reference to some Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    cause of his sudden decease. Mr. Wheeler was 39 year? of age. Rorrkiiy.- During Saturday night an out-house at Hatfield Grange, the peat of Osgood Hanburv, Ksq.. was broken into, and live ducks were stolen therefrom. The police have al Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the country, a Good PLAIN COOK : liberal wag"S for a good c-ook : small family.- Mrs. Weston Crocker, Hatfield Grange, Harlow, Essex. . VVANTED. Good PLAIN COOK : German preferred : ensy and VV comfortable situation ; wages £20.- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    proud beauty, aged nineteen, the daughter of an old Roman Catholic baronet in the neighbourhood. Sir Anthony Babington, of Hatfield Grange, her father, the living representative of a tiine- bonoured race, is fighting a well-nigh hopeless fight with fortune- his Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Combe's, Scale, 10.45; Cottesmore, Fickencote Hall, 1 1 ; Crawley and Horsham, Brantridge, 11.30; Essex. Blackmoor, 11; Essex, East, Hatfield Grange, 11; Mr. Garth's, Manor House, Walsham. St. Lawrence, 11 ; Mr. Har^reaves's, Pamber EndGate, 11 : Horsley, Abbott's Wood, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    lease £80; rates and taxes exceptionally low. . I c you WANT MONEY without ere-lay, on Notes of Apply Hatfield Grange, Harlow, Essex; or Staples, house ageut, i -_. Hand or other approved Securities, with strictest secrecy and no Elstree. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ornan^ental lake : well stocked with thoroughly-maturt fruit trees: rent on lease £S0; rates and taxes exceptionally Ioi Apply Hatfield Grange, Harlow, Essex; or Staples, house agen Elstree, SOUTH COAST.- To be LET, for winter, Well-fu: nished HOUSE ; three Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    boose of her son-in-law, (Mr. L. Preston, Manton New Farm, Worksop,) Eliza- beth, relict of Mr. G. Storey, of Hatfield Grange. Jefferson. - On the 15th inst, at Pontefract, aged 89, Mary, relict of Joshua Jefferson, Esq., M.D. Tatham.- On Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    complained against by Mr. Wm. Padley, farmer, Markham moor, with committing a violent assault on him at Mr. Stoup's, Hatfield Grange, on tbe 28th ult. The facts of the case appeared to be these, complainant and defendant are brothers-in-law, hav- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of J. Smith Wright, Esq., of Remp->ione Home, Nottinghamshire ; secondly, IH3H, daughter of Osgood H .nbury, E-q ,of Hatfield Grange, Essex. Sir Francis was Vice Lieutenant of Rose-shire, and Deputy-Lieutenant of Nairnshire, and is succeeded in his title and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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