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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London. E.G., ono Tus- da, jaile .levaeefelth, at two, in one lot, the FREBEHOLD (tithe-free) DIANORIAL ESTATE, distinguished as Starborough Castle, a aemmodions and substantial family residence, standing in at beauti- fully Itimbered perk, approacheri by a carciage-duLvo, with All Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reiiicouseof resroiosand nem aF b obtaied, han eadyof Mssrs ARNOD an CO. ifCdrey-atroel,t Sturrey, on the borders of Kent.-The Starborough Castle Estate, an Ia attractive freehold manerial eotate, dlelighstfully rituate in tto prsaisu 2 of Lisglel, aoutthre mlesfro Ednhedge Statioss, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the Princess of Wales's Stakes on Thursday, he should win the Lingfield Park Club Open Welter Handicap. The Starborough Castle Plate will be won by Portrusb or Gold Eackle. On I Saturday the Excelsior Plate of 1,000 sovs. has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is second dauglitor of Captain E. Denman, R.N, and widow of Sir Thomas Michell Tur- ton, Bart., formerly of Starborough Castle, Surrey. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. Gunton and Lady Turton quitted town for a tour in Switzerland and Germany. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Mr. Thomas William Pa'mer, J. P., late of Castle-hill, Brough, Yorkshire, £35,000; Mr. James Stocks Moon, late of Starborough Castle, Lingfield, Surrey, £4000. ■ Abatement of Rents.- At the Duke of Wellington's rent audit for the Hampshire estate last Subscribers-only content

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