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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wales, Basiugheli Street, and 30 and 31, London Wall. 0. Howard Fenwick, Beq.. ,Oh., late ResidentFngineer Madras Rai way, Oatlands Park, Weybridge, W. J. Fry, Esq., Mlditcham. C. W. Harris. 1s6., Merchant. 5, Nicholas Lane. lbs Honsuable Augustu3 Jocelyn, late Subscribers-only content

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    30 and 31, Lonnon Wall.: . 0 Ceoward Feniok Esq . O. E., late Re3ident Engineer Madras Rail way, Oatlands Park, Weybridge. a- W Hoarris Esq., Merbhant, 5ii cholatLsne. Th6 konouiae Auliistus Jocelid, late Cbhairman Dundalk Stem I, Packet Company. Subscribers-only content

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    Wales, Baslighall Street, and 20 and 31 Londcon Well. G, Howard Fenwick, BEsq.. O.hl late Resident EnginearMadrss Rail. way. Oatlands Park, Weybridge. G. W. Harrie, Esq., Merchant, S. Ddiholas Lane. The Renewable Augustus Jocelyn, late Chairman Dundalk Steam Packet Oosopany. Subscribers-only content

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    of Wales, Basolaswll Street, and 30 and 3L London WaiL G. Howard Fenwiok, leh.,C.a late ResldeistEngineer Madras Bal. wa, Oatlands Park, Weybadge. G. W.arris, Be., Merocant, 5. Nicholas Lane. ihe Honesaiblo augtust05 Joclyn, late Chairman Dundalk Steam CiPolonel Williaim B, Subscribers-only content

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    intervals of less than Six Months, of wlins Twenty-one Days notice will be given. DIRZOTOR.9 G. Howard Fenwick, Esq., Oatlands Park, Weybridge, Managing Director of the Natienal Boiler Insurancee Company. D. L. Hoare, Esq., Dircetor of the Icntern-llonal Cocetract Compauny. Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCIAL AND MONZTERY. ryma ll" dr~f n rt,, - A _J . .TA Y I IkVom our City orreepsondent. I LONDON, Tuesday Evening. A quiet business hat been done in the Stock Exchange, but prices have been steady all Subscribers-only content

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    filter beAst pumped Into the maim, and conveyed to a reservoir to be constructed on St. George's Hill, near Oatlands Park, an altitude of upwards of 200 feet above the level of the river, To give a constant supply, the Subscribers-only content

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    filter beds. pumped into the maine, and conveyed to a ressrvoir to be constructed on Ht. George's Bill, near Oatlands Park. an altitude of upwards of iOO feet above the level of the river. To give a osnotant rupply, the Subscribers-only content

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    heartily cheered. The breakfast was at 7, Burwood Place, Hyde Park, after whies the bride and hsidegroom left for Oatlands Park. As the bridal party left the church there wasq a great demonstrations both for Sir Charles Dilke and Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    ohildron.-Of Mr. Sainubl Gaskell, for many years one of the Medical Com- missioners in Lunacy, lato of Church House, Oatlands Park, Walton-on-Tbatnes ; personalty. £S5,000.-Of Mr. Willianm Clarke, lato of Osborne House, No. 11, Hlighbury New Park ; pereonalty, £S42,000-Of Subscribers-only content

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    Selby and the late Major Harry Dixon had their memorable drive in the snowstorm in 1831. Soon after leaving Oatlands Park the snow began to fall thickly, and so intense was the cold that the two had to drive by Subscribers-only content

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    permission of the owner, he was driving the Old Times Coach on the day | oE the accident from Oatlands Park to London. When going through the High Street, Putney, he v4as driving at the rate of seven miles an Subscribers-only content

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    Only the day before his death he drove the " Old I Times" coach from the Hotel Victoria to Oatlands Park it and back, and he then appeared so be in his usual health c( and spirits. Early on Wednesday Subscribers-only content

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    The deceased waa the son of John Scott, who was head 't gardener to the Duke of York at Oatlands Park, and his P baptismal register attesting the date or his birth as May 5th, 1790, may be seen at Subscribers-only content

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    dated July, 1857, afidressed to Bernard, and saying he would be very glad to see him. It was at Oatlands Park, after the second marriage, that Bernardu Begot asked her to make friends between him and her husband. Bernard said Subscribers-only content

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    35; A. Held,, ran ont, 49; extras, 0; total (for one wicket). 02. KEMPTON PARK JULY MEETING, SAzUlOAF. The Oatlands Park Handicap Plate of 10 sove, for each starter, with 1l0 added; eecond receives 20 sovs; winners extra. One mile Subscribers-only content

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    drove to a the house of Mr. Frank Pattison, in Burwood-place, and o later in the afternoon proceeded to Oatlands Park. During r tbe day congratulatory telegrams were received from h Major DiLke, of MNixtoke, from diplomatic representa- C a Subscribers-only content

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    the parents of the bride. In the course of the afternoon Lord and Lady 3 Beaumont left town for Oatlands Park, near Weybridge, for the honeymoon. ELECTION INTELLIGENUE. T1uI RErRESENTATION OF STOcmloN.-A state- 1 ment was circulated on Saturday to Subscribers-only content

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    Leonani's, Mslvern. Link, Woreestershire (died on Nov. 14th) .£ * 2122,000 - William Henry Westwood, of High View, ti Oatlands Park, Weybridge (died on Oct. 24th) . . 73,000 it Mrs. Sophia, Fletcher. of Pull-court, Tewkes- tl bury (died on Subscribers-only content

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    aiid siipei-e-ded Captain Hleathcote in the commasd ot tile Donis. Sir Emerson alnd Lady Tennent have arrived at tile Oatlands Park llotel, London, The Duke1 and Duchesils of Bicclench and the Ladies Scott hare arrived at their Miansioll in BQl- Subscribers-only content

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