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    are glens and water- falls,-those at Cock Mill and Rigg Mill, the still finer waterfall in the woods at Newton House, the beautiful woods of Mulgrave, which are to be seen only on certain days, after an interview with Lord Subscribers-only content

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    Sherwood Street, Golden - Square, ;wbolesale jeweller and silversmith ; personalty !r £31,000. Of Mti. HIenry.Searle Heathcote, late of Newton House, Liricolnshi re ; personalty £25,000. Of Mrs. Mary ,j Anne Matilda Willoby, formerly of Brighton, but late of No. Subscribers-only content

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    ALFRED 0. RUsrtEv 'Bond Street, Bristol. cebinet-niaker. )ILtszr Sserr, West Grove, Brook Road. Bristol, carpenter. Paare-crcs Cst&anEs Woon, lately Newton House, new 6, Redland Terraeo, Bristol, solicitors clerk. I WcLtmAM Bwt , 65, SL. Paul's Street, Cbeltcnbam, ltaker and I Subscribers-only content

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    five about 16,2, four Fblack points ' quiet to ride or dirive. Too larmge for preseiit ownier.-Apply. TtUs. Holland, Newton House, 14ow Invention, near Villenhall. -c6lO? JA~pu';quiet in harness. Suit rnilkmio, or greengrocer. Apy back Ba-idge Tavern. Hunter's Lana.c05 TIORSE Subscribers-only content

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    GeldIng risng five about 16.2, tol blc ons uint to ride or dive. Too 'loe for pResent owner-Aply.Tha. Holland, Newton House, 1lew Invention, near Willeulsall. . . . . ~~~c6007 B AFMAIE, earyears, 1i handa 2 inches; sound, steady, and Subscribers-only content

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    DOWNIE, Robert (1771-1841), of Appin House, Loch Linnhe, Argyll.

    (d . 1881), who in 1829 married James Macalpine-Leny of Dalswinton, Dumfriesshire. In 1813, when he was living at Newton House, Perthshire, Downie lost his eldest legitimate daughter, Mary Cordelia, at the age of seven.[footnote] The following year was born

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    Charles II, May 1-5, 1672, 01 May 1672-17 May 1672

    Barrett House of Margery Derry, Nottingham. Presbyterian. 69 John Balster Horse of Humphry Bawden, Uffculme, Devon. Presbyterian. 69 George Newton House of Thomas Stone, Taunton. Presbyterian. 70 Thomas Milway House of Widow Heath, Preston, Herts. Congregational. 70 James Fisher His Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 11-17, 1672, 11 May 1672-17 May 1672

    of Richard Brown, Longdon, Staffordshire. Presbyterian. 111 Edward Isaac House of Gilbert Ashley, Godlington (Goldington), Bedfordshire. Congregational. 112 Edward Newton House of William Harrison, All Saints' parish, Leeds. Presbyterian. 112 John Pindar House of Robert Sanfield, Reed, Suffolk. Presbyterian. 112 Subscribers-only content

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