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    Letters and Papers, January 1539, 26-31, 01 January 1539-31 January 1539

    Gifford and Margaret his wife. Licence to alienate by fine a moiety of the manors of Gynge Margarett and Newlands Hall, near Wretyll, Essex, to Ric. Huls and his heirs for ever; to be regranted to the said Geo. and British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mail," is enjoying the rare treat ig of a' ghostly visitation. The exact scene of this 'sextraordinary affair is Newlands Hall, which has 0or very many years been the residence -of a family srnamed Allen. The heads of this family Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Bishop of South Wales, Walter Selby, Esq, of Biddleston, to Laura Anu, eldest daughter of Henry Tempest, Esq, of Newlands Hall, near Wake- ?,.'.' *i? d , niece of sir Charles Eobert Tempest, Bart., of Broughton Hall, Yorkshire. On the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Rio^s, Broughton-in- Furness. Eablt Lamb.- On Friday, the 28th December, a ewe belonging to H. C. Outram, Esq., Newlands Hall, Ellel, yeaned a very fine lamb, the first we have heard of in this district. Me. Saothaed.- Our readers will Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to the Mbbioal StrPE├čiir- TENDEXT. F7 WANTED, a BITUATION by an experienced fiARDKNER. Fourteen years' reference.- Apply, J. Wadswobth, Newlands Hall, Eilel ; or W. Halbtead, Seedsman, Penny-street, Lancaster. [8 WANTED, a young man as CLERK ; must be thoroughly Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the year 1882, previous to day of entry (August 20). Newfoundland dog or bitch- 3 H H Outram, of Newlands Hall, Ellel. Greyhounds, dog or bitch- 3 Thomas Crooks, of St. Michael's. Deerhounds, dog or bitch- B H Wright, of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Wednesday, Cloutsham ; Friday, Brendon Two Gates, 10. Norwich- Monday, Hempwall ; Thursday, Wymondham, j Ormrod's, Mr. Peter- Wednesday, Newlands Hall ; Satur- day, Wyresdale Park, 11. I Oxenholme- Monday, Kennels; Thursday, Lupton Smithy, j Rothschild's, Lord- Monday, Oxley'a Farm Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    went down to Worcester with reference to his new plans, and while there he visited Mr. Thomas Hook, of Newlands Hall, in the neighbourhood. His reception encouraged him to a renewal of his visit, and he became acquainted and intimate Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    A CHILD FATALLY BURNED IN WORCESTER. Mr. Hulme held an inquest this afternoon *b the Infirmary, on bhe body of a little girl, named fclsie Aston, daughter of Mr. Aston. Vincent- road. From the evidence of a sister, it Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    MARKETS, FAIRS, &c WORCESTER, April 18.- Our market was pretty well supplied with wheat. Holders demanded increased rates, which checked business, but an advance of fully Is. per qr. was obtained. The demand for foreign wheat was limited. Parcels Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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