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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    papers to-night announce that either Lard Algernon Percy, second son of the Duke of .Northumberland, or Mr, Claytoni, of West Denton, will be selected as the Conservative candidate for Sooth Northumberland. I have reason to believe that neither will stand, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bring his remarks to an abrUpt tS! tion. A torchlight procession accompanie him distance out of the city, towards West Denton, Wet Clayton resides. Lord Granville arrived at Walmer Castle yet dlay night from Loudon, to join Lord Dufferin 1 Subscribers-only content

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    a 50-guinea casket. Sir John Ross, G.C.B., has sold his Cumberland mansion, Stonehouse, Hayton. to Mr. R. 0. Lamb, West Denton, Northumberland. He took up his resi- dence at Stonehouse upon his retirement from the army, in which he had Subscribers-only content

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    Park, :ounty Roscommon, and Marie Georgina, only daughter of Richard Westbrook Lamb, of 29, Great Cumberland Place, London, and West Denton, Northumberland. Lord Claud Hamilton has let his house in Lowndes Square, London, for the autumn and winter to Giadys Subscribers-only content

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    Coffee House; and at Uie Place of Sale. Further Information may be had on application to JonN Thomas, Esq. West Denton, near New castle, who will send a Person to shew the Property. February 5, 1814. '^Wetttih is the only Subscribers-only content

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