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    York, 84, 92, 163, 1249: g. 777(10, 14). Higges (Hyges), John, 1187 (2). Highall , Essex, g. 597 (26). Higham Fields , Kent, g. 1015 (37). High Bickington (Bukyngton), Devon, 650. Highfield (Hyfeldh), , spear of Calais, letter to, 883. British History Online

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    I M -CALF COW, Nag Mare, Trap, Harness, Imple- ment-, Dairy Utensils, Furniture, kc Sale at Two o'clock. wa572 Higham Fields, near Hinckley. Mr. MARSON Is instructed by Messrs. R. N. and J. G. Lee (wbo are declining farming) TO Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PORKET PIGS. N.B. -It is expected the present restrictions will be withdrawn at the end of this week. wa646 Higham Fields Farm, near Hinckley.- On Friday next, March tlst. Mr. MARSON Is instructed by Messrs. R. N. and J. G. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Tho receiving order was made upon the debtor's own petition. She is the widow of Richard Stevenson, late of Higham Fields, near Hinckley, farmer, whe died in lbS5. Since i.er hus- band's death she has resided at Wymeswold, and has Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Esq. March 15 - Fanning Stock, Hall Farm, Kirkby Mal- lory, Abbott H. Robinson, Esq. March 17.- Fanning Stock, Higham Fields, Mr. Colwell. March 22- Farming Stock, Desford, Mr. R. C. Chawner. March -^-Farming Stock, Higham, Mr. J. W. £ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    several years kept the Foss- lane and Belgrave Toll-gates- On Saturday, Mrs. Jeffcoat, wife of Mr. W. Jeffcoatt, of Higham Fields. Tbe deceased was afflicted for many years with a cancer in the breast, which she bore with uncomplaining resignation. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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