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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the next number must be d sent on Friday at latest to the office, 29, Essex-street, Strand. I- THE PEATLING PARVA ESTATE, LEICESTERSHIRE, with n I MANSION, MANOR, and FARMS. lr l MIR4 LEIFCHILD has receiVed ixstructions to 3- E~i Subscribers-only content

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    Allnatt, to St. Matthew's R., Quebec Rev I. K. Anderson, to Bussage V. Rev T. C. V. Barstow, to Peatling Parva R. Rev H. Bury, to St. Peter's V., Stockport. Rev E. B. Charlton, to Broughton Rev F. H. Dalby, Subscribers-only content

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    8 Sbsrnford 31 Upton 8 Misterton 31 Bsrton-in-tbe-Besns 9 Whetstone 31 Normanton-le- Heath. ... 9 Willoughby Waterless . 31 Peatling Parva 9 Stoke Golding 32 Bagworth 9 Arnesby 33 Stretton Parva 10 Thnrlaston 33 Grooby 10 Knighton 34 Shsckeretone 10 Subscribers-only content

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    Pursuit of Game.- John Devonport Gamble, of WUlongbby Waterless, gentlemen, ww charged on the information of Thomas Perkins, of Peatling Parva, jus., with trespassing on land in pursuit of game in the occupation of John Flude, in the parish of Subscribers-only content

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    Catthorpe Misterton & Poult- Westril &Starmore Claybrooke Magna ney Wigston Parva and Claybrooke Parva Peatling Magna WiUoughbyWater- Cotes Deval Peatling Parva less Cottesbach And also, that the following Parishes or Townships be united and form one Highway District, to be Subscribers-only content

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    Catthorpe Misterton & Poult- Westril &Starmore Claybrooke Magna uey Wigston Parva and Claybrooke Parva Peatling Magna WilloughbyWater Cotes Deval Peatling Parva less Cottesbach And also, that the following Parishes or Townships be united and form one Highway District, to be Subscribers-only content

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    Wiilson. .Leire - Johu Frone Mason. Lutterworth - John Morris. Misterton - William Daniels. Peatling Magna - William Newton. Peatling Parva - Joseph Fletcher. Shawell - Rev. E. Elmhirst. Shearsby - Thomas Harding. Swinford - Johu Simons. Sapcote - William Subscribers-only content

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    to pay 12s. costs. Thomas Woodcock, farmer and grazier, of Great Ashby, was charged with assaulting Jane Loomes, at Peatling Parva, on the 16th inst. Mr. Chamberlain, of Leicester, appeared with the complainant, and Mr. Cowdell, of Hinckley, with the Subscribers-only content

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    published, the sum of £4 9s. 7d. from Dunton Bassett, per Rev. F. B. Goodacre, should have beea from Peatling Parva. Death by Dbownino. - An inquest was held before J. Gregory, Esq., on the 16th at SUeby ,on the Subscribers-only content

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    of James Mutlow, Esq., Ebury House, Bays- water, aged 30. On the 15th instant, aged 44, Mr. Joseph Elliott, Peatling Parva. On the 19th instant, at the Grange, Ibstock, Charlotte Sarah, daughter of Richard and Sarah Thirlby, aged twelve months. Subscribers-only content

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    don Hall ; Thomas Pares, Esq., Hopwell Hall ; Alfred Whitby, Esq., Glenfield Frith ; Wm. John- son, Esq., Peatling Parva : Mr. Wm. Price, Church Langton ; Mr. Supt. Deakins, Lutterworth ; the Rev. T. H. Wright, Leicester. The Subscribers-only content

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    17th instant, at Great W r igston, in her 76th year, Ann, relict of Mr. Joseph Clulow, late of Peatling Parva. On the 19th instant, at Houghton-on-the-Hill, Ann Boyfield, aged 87. At Willoughby Waterless, aged 58, Ann, widow of Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    Bumberstone, per Rev. C. E. Waller ..516 Owston, per Rev. C. S. Palmer . . . . 417 11 Peatling Parva, per Rev. W. Berry . . . . 415 2 Oadby, per Rev. L. Gregory . . ..450 Scraptoft, Subscribers-only content

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    Independent Chapel, Great Wigston .. 2 2 6 Norton, per Rev. P. M. King.. . . 2 5 4 Peatling Parva, par. Rev. W. Berry 4 15 2 Sibson, per Rev. J. S. Cox. . . . . . 6 Subscribers-only content

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    o'olock this morning, when tbe following gentlemen were sworn on the grand juby : - Messrs. J. S. Clarke, Peatling Parva (foreman). J. Arnold, Norton-Juxta- Ed. Knowles, Nailstone. Twycross. John Morton, Swinford. Jcs. Barrs, Nailstone. Thos. Oakey, Packington. J. Benskin, Subscribers-only content

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    27.- Great Glenn, Illston, North Kil- worth, Stapleton. Sunday, Dec. 4. - Ayloston, Countesthorp, Easton Magtia, Foxton, Houghton, Hambleton, Peatling Parva, Welham, South Kilworth, Old. Sunday, Dec. 11. - Tur Langton, Fleckney, Brunting- thorp. Sunday, Dec. 25.- Bringhurst, Burton Overy, Subscribers-only content

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    Great Glenn, Ulston, North Kil- worth, Stapleton. Sunday, Dec. 4. - Ayloston, Countestborpe, Easton • Magna, Foxton, Houghton, Hambleton, Peatling Parva, Welham, South Kilworth, Old. Sunday, Dec. 11. - Tur Langton, Fleckney, Brunting- thorpe. Sunday, Dec. 25. - Bringhurst, Burton Subscribers-only content

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    North Kil- worth, Stepleton. Sunday, Dec 4. - Aylcstone, Countesthorpe, Easton Magna, Foxton, Houghton, Hambleton, Peatling Parva, Welham, South Kilworth, Old. Sunday, Dec. 11. - Tor Langton, Fleckney, Brunting- thorpe. Sunday, Dec. 25. - Bringhurst, Burton Overy, Carlton Curlieu, Colly Subscribers-only content

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    Paper. Sunday, Dec. 4. - Aylostone, Countesthorpe, Easton Magna, Foxton, Houghton, Hambleton, Peatling Parva, Welham, Fouth Kilworth, Old. Sunday, Dec. 11. - Tur Langton, Fleckney, Brunting- thorpe. Sunday, Dec. 25. - Bringhurst, Burton Overy, Carlton Curlieu, Collyweston, Glenn Parva, Saddington. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Sanders Clarke, of Putting Parva, with refusing to lop certain trees adjoining tiie highway in the parish of Peatling Parva, whereby tbe wind and sun were ex- cluded therefrom, to the damage of tfa© ©aid highway. Defendant promised to Subscribers-only content

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