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    Henry VIII, October 1535, 11-20, 11 October 1535-20 October 1535

    expenses of building up the walls of Berwick on the east and south of St. Mary Gate, at the Little Ward, made by Thomas Bonygton by command of Sir Thos. Clifford, captain of Berwick. Commencing Friday, 6 Aug. 27 Hen. British History Online

    Index, B, 01 August 1535-31 December 1535

    637, 753. -, walls of, 637. -, captain of, 371. See Clifford, Sir Thos. -, captainship of, 778. -, Little Ward, 637. -, St. Mary's Gate, 637. Bery , , 119. -, , servant to Sir Fras. Brian, 850 (2). British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    never after- wards got up, and the race fell to the Jessie colt, who was very well ridden by little Ward, which gave Birmingham the honour of producing the eider of the first flat race of 180. After the race, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    a series of attrac- tive evolutions, vwhiche are loudly applauded and fully appreelated. Mr Albert West (thee clever comic)ie,, Little Ward, Mr Harry Dale, Mr Tone Ward, &c., are still members of the eoimpany, which in all respects is highly Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    -UNERAL EXTORTION AVOIDED.-By RL xeeutors and bereaived FRelative$ of deesodoteen e- tlemonkrdesnien and thers 'ridini lathefs ntauet~ i 4lyW BSSTAVLIS'H-MEWT, C1 Y-ROAD er~hr- eo or .No. 12 Northstrmet. Quadrant, B rihton, Instead of enPlsying their upholsterer. or tho nearest Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    C. Armstrong, 400 yards ; F. Eldridge, 400 yards ; E. Ward, 800 yards. There were six laps, and little Ward struggled pluckily through three or four of these, but was eventually caught and fell into fourth place. Nash, after Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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