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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Latttia Xnollys, only surviving sister of the late Earl of Banhury. OnB the 17th inst at his residence, the Little Hermitage, near Rochester, deeply regretted hy his nomzerons friends, James Hulkes, Esq. in his 32d year, Of cofn osumption, who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    you as briefly as possible- bos'. TI acquired them. I hatd lent nloe a Cataiornae offuntr tob .oda the Little Hermitage, Highi. eto March 13th, 14th, anad 15th. The cersecond A.'.." -tarnted with the librrny. and here were several lots Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the parties concerned, and with every prospect of the consummation of that object.-Mancheiter Guardiran. W. Day, Esq. of the Little Hermitage, having signi. fied bis intention of giving the sum of one shilling to tiny person who would apply for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cecil James I Gladdish Hulkes, J.P., B.A., Christ Church, Oxford, only b son of James Hulkes, Esq., of the Little Hermitage, Kent, 3 to Catherine Mary Elizabeth, alder daughter of John M. E Toler, Esq., T.P., of Swettenham Hall, Cheshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. G. Wood Homer, Athelhampton, Dorset; Mr. R. E. Horwood, Drayton Beauchomp, Tring ; Mr. C. J. G.. Hulkes, Little Hermitage, Rochester. Mr. A. Robinson, Colchester; and Dr. Betnard Wall, Coleshill, Warwick- shire; the whole of whom were elected. The Subscribers-only content

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