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    Volume G 253, December 1650, 01 December 1650-31 December 1650

    a day. Wm. Dawkes, bailiff, is summoned to answer the complaint against him for distraining Hen. Masters, tenant to Petham Court, Finsford parish, sequestered from Sir Thos. Bosvile, and care shall be taken to prevent such disturbances. [ page; also Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    (under 23 mont1s). -FIrst prize, £20., William Brown Canning, of Elston, Devizcs, r Wiltshire*; second, .216., James Rluseell, of Petham Court, Eyes. O ford, Rent, . ~~~BHlROPSHiiRU BRIERM 6 CLAsS 43-Fat Wether Sheep, one year old (under 23 months). Y Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Win. Sizer, of East Bergholt. May 2nd, at Nevcndou Church, by the Rev. W. Kerr, Mr. George Knight, of Petham Court, Kent, to Ellen, fourth daughter ; and at tbe same time and place, Mr. Frederick Knight, of St. John's, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Wiltshire ; silver medal to the breeder, the ex- hibitor ; second, £15, No. 286, Mr. James Russell, of Petham Court, Eynsford, Kent ; third, £5, No. ?£B, Mr. John Pittman King, of North Stoke, Wallingford, Berks. Shropshire Breed. Class Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ; age 36; good character^MTF 2. Buckingham-gate-mews, S.W. A3 House-Parlourmaid, or Housemaid where parlour- maid is kept- _ F., Petham Court, Swanley Junction. Kent. AS Housemaid, where a manservant is kept : single-handed or with assistance ; aged 30 ; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    J. A3tley, Wqrtley, near Sheffield AS Thorough Parlourmaid in Small Family ; good character • good wages.- E. F., Petham Court, Swanley Junction, Kent AS Thorough Parlourmaid where footman or page in kept -age 30; wages £26, and aU found.- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ' a S Good Plain Cook in a Gentleman s Small Kamilv with n, A without assisUnce.- F. F-, Petham Court, Swanlev =,t M-iry Cray. *' l a S Good Plain Cook ; permanent or on a jor> ; excellent Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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