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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edeuliarn and Scottletherp, Grims- stout thorpe, Swinestead, Swaytield, Corby, Irnhain, Borton tots, Cogglos, ldassingttsorpe, We-tby. Bassingthorpe-cum-Westby, Astle Lower Bassingtlsorpe, North Witham, Iditehiheld, Ingoldsby, town Colsterworth, Boothby otherwise Boothby Paignell, Stoke Al Rochford otherwise South Stoke, Eas9ton, North Stoke, and Wyvill. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. Price. J. Francis KingdonEq.oWrkwr. pot Derbyshire, to Mariainne, secned daugte ,o.te ev Horati regn, Nelloon, late rmotor of North Witham,. Lincolnahire. firstI~N -eouas-.-.Nv, 30th, at the Superintendlent StoglstrareR-offisee ,r the Pontefraot, Mr. Win, Long, to Miss Aim Brooks, both Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Bigley, son' Habberley, wheelwrioht, dept. 7, at 18, Shrewsobury. E. Hill, North Nibley halllerAssg 3at 12eley. J. Dove, North Witham, innkeeper, Aug. 27, at 11.10, Gimetham. F.. Smith, Bhlekbura, Irn worker, AUg. 31, at], Blackburn C, Elley, Wicken, butcher. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aufeotarer, lioletoas. SINoGM-roae.-July 0th, at Casthoape Lodge, aged 79, William. only Eon of the late Rev. William Singleton, of North Witham, Linroln- STRsUNSeoN.-July 12tb, aged 27, Benjamin, youngest son of the late hlr. Stephenson, of Mlanngnlham. STnRLINc.-Jsly 0th, aged 12, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Yorkshire. MDCCCXXX X. 316.-Died at C., near York. aet. S5, the Rev. Henr' Hutchinson, 60 years Rector or North Witham, Lincolnshire. MDCCCLiI. 26.-D6ied at C., near York, mt. 86, Mary, relict of Iterr-AdmIl. Robinson. 0 MDCCCIXIL 318.-Rose Maria, daughter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    read by the Rev. A. W. Ballachey, and the sermon was preached by the Rev. Caanon Younsia, Rector of North Witham. BEVOASTLE. The Bishop of Newcastle held an ordination in his Csthedral Church of St. Nicholas on Sunday. The following Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lit. coin; Canon Bartlet, Lincoln; J. B.' Cross, Appleby E L. Bennett, Long Sstton; Hector Nelson, Lincoln; r Young, North Witham; P. Belcher, St. Gabriel's, Piz, lico; A. Brooke, Hackney; A. Wright, Coninesby- C, Oray, Blythe; A. Wylde, Louth b Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and William Bailey, aged 15, labourer, were charged with robbery from the person of William Hurd, with violence, ai North Witham, on ale 5th Deeember.-They pleaded guilty, atd the Judge, remarking that be believed wihere violence was used violence should Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William James Thompson, sen., Crowland; Aldermen William Robert Wherry, Bourn; and the Rev. Canon Peter Young, M.A., the r North Witham. LORD 3DROWXwW'S RDY. A reply, coached in the following terms, haa been bent £o Mr. Lennard:- Ashridge, Grent BerkbVApstead, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    n. A., Curate of St. Andre-the-Loes, Carnhndge: Vicar of XIC Souls', flarresden. Davies Ret. D. S., M.A., Iector of North Witham: Dioceasa IDaspetor of Sv ltoofe for the Rural [Deanery tof 13ris-loc. De 1Boerhel Rev~ Alart C., MXA Vicar so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it tO the right and Stainby Village to the left for Gunby Warren. Thence across the road leading to North Witham, and over the fields, bearing a little to the left of South Witham road, crossed it near to South Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yale Rocks. Berkshire-Monday, Buscot Park; Tuesday. Sanford; Thursday, Charney; Fridav, Coketborpe; atihalf-past ten. Cottesmore-Monday, Casewick; Tuesday, Launde Abbey; Thursday, North Witham; Saturday, Ayston; at eleven. Cheshire-Monday, Aston Hall; Tuesday, Tatton Park; Thursday (at eleven), Bloolminds; Friday, Poole I iall; N Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t day, Higheross; at:eleven. Berkshire-Monday, Watehfield: Tgesday, Wi tenhha; Fjday, Busoot Park, Saturday West BIsley,(by aermisiioea)-; ba1f^pag ten. Cottesmaore-Monday, North Witham; Taesday, Brooke Hall, Thurs- day, Hamn Mill.; SaturdayKnpssgtuu; atieleven,: :Drake's, Mr.-Monday, Weston on the Green; Tbursday, Isip Town End; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kirkby Guide Post; Saturday INotton Village; at half-past ten. Cottesmore (Sir J. Trollope's)-Monday, Greethana Inn; Tuesday, Tiltan Wood; Thursday, North Witham; Saturday, Little Dalby; at eleven. Crawley and Horsham - Monday, Balcombe; Wednesday, Coolturst Lodge; Friday, Dane Hill; at a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wednesday, Holimbush Lodge; Friday, Slinfold; at a quarter before eleven. Cattesmore - Monday, Casewick ; Tuesday, East Norton; Thursday, North Witham; Saturday, Glaston; at eleven. Cheshire-2honday, Sbipbrook-bridge; Wednesday, Peover Hall; Thurs- day, Pool Hall; Saturday, Suttou Pinfold; at half-past ten. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. W. W.-Tuesday, Wardley Toll Bar Thursday, Stonton Wyville; Saturday, Evingtou; at eleven. Trollope's, Sir John-aMonday, the Kennel; Thursday, North Witham; Saturday, Greetham Inn; at eleven. Vaughan's, Sir B. W.-Monday, Moel Eglwysig; Wednesday, Pool Park; at tea. Warwickshire - Monday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leiceeterahire, pastrycook.-C. OVERALL, Great Bardfield, Essex, bsotmaker.-T. EIIGLEY, ren., Habberley, Shropahire wheel- wright,-E. HILL, North Nibley, Glouceeterahire, hsllier.-J. DOVE, North Witham, Lincolcshire, licensed viotualler.-E. SMITH, Blackburn, Lancashire, tin-plate worker.-C. ELLEY, Wicken, Northamptonahire. butaebr.-J. ALLEN, Kendal, Weetmoreland. iankeeper.-S. PRIDGEON, Luton, Bedfordshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Rev. Wm. Clark, vicar-designate of Newcastle, Natal, to Barbara Emily, daughter of the late Horatio Neilson, rector of North Witham, Lincolnshire. DEATHS. MALI N-On the 4th inst., at Abbey Cottage, Dale Abbey, Sarah, the beloved wife of William M Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    klebury Friday, Un~hill-half-past 10 BSJil 3o.Cope's. hounds. Thursd~ay, Strathfel dies turday, Eeerit y Churebhaaf-past 10. Cottesmore hounds, this day, North Witham; Tbrr ! Ayston; Thursday, Gruasthorpe; Satardsy, Maret I, ton-1l. I Si R. Sutton's hounds, Tuesday, Lodgeon-theWtb° Wednesday, iffe Hall; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fi Swllls'a hounds, Monday, Cator Ob L.Wednesday, Lil dda Crowrd Fia Buton Fur. a Dt~rl0 Xt11 Cotteiamor hounds, MOnday, North Witham; TuFsay Leigh Lodge; Thursdtay, Writha on the Hill; aturay, Thlbauletonsa 8stordryU. 8hi~rfoid G l-at ; Surd10 Mld R ier's Subscribers-only content

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