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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (rtbis. I On the 28th int, at Newbattle Abbey, Dalkeith, the Mar- ehioneab of Lothian, of a son. On the 22nd ult. the lady of J. W. Smith, Esq. Northallerton, of a son. Reoa the by Inanely r ght Subscribers-only content

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    ad Fon CATTLr.-Mr. Thomas Bowerby, Newton Morrell, Dar- s. lington; Mr. John Wright, Romeley, chesterdeld; and Mr. W. Smith, West Rasen, SpilttaL] R Foe Hoases-Mr. S. Harrison, Everton, Bawtry : Mr. Thomas a Brookes, Croxby, Calster and Mr. John West, Subscribers-only content

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    iu Hotel, Lincoln ; at the Gordon Arms Hotel. Market Rasen; and also of Mr. Wtlliam Smith, Land A-gent, West Rasen; Mr. David Brigas, of Kelertern Grange, near Louthn; of Messrs. Williamion, Hill. and Williamson, 15, Great James,street. Bedford-row, London Subscribers-only content

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    Brown brother of the bride, the Rtev. W. WALLeO Coor.ro eldest son of the ltcv. W. Cooper, rector of West Rasen, Lincolnshire, to MARVeN FRANCEs, only surviving daughter of the late LAuRscENE WRArcoLE BrowN, Esq, Berners-street, London. Same day, at Subscribers-only content

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    church, Mir. EnWD. IHOLOAT, Millwright, to Miss ANN ELIZAitwrarl WOOD, botlr of this town. On the 10th inat., at West Rasen, Liucolushire, by the Rev. W. IV. Cooper, rector. Mir. WMa. RIteMeNGTOr , of Iagnuanthorpo Grange, Wetlrerhy, toMHAstY LAVINIA, oldest Subscribers-only content

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    George Ilamming, the tenalnt of the Wharf Farm. Purther ~particulars may be obtained of William Smith, F.zq., Latid Agent. West Rasen, Lincolnshure, and at the o~ige of Mr. Moore, Sol- e citor, I~neoln,-.--ingoln, 21st January, 382, X6 1l18 b I Subscribers-only content

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    'yns, Ditchcat. publican, Oct. 14, at 11, Bristol. Thonsas Palmer, Highbridge, baker, Oct. 10, at 11, Bristol. William Snith, West Rasen, land agent, Oct. 15, at 12. Hull. Ann Sanderaon, Sheffield, trunk maker, Oct. 11, at 10, Shleilt Id. John Subscribers-only content

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    audit: G. Sparrow, innkeeper, &c., Glentham audit; G. Shiiw.-defler In. docks and. watches, Lincoln, audit- W. Smith, land agent, West Rasen, audit; E. Toynbee. agriculturai merchan , Linoin, audit T.- 'Tlompson, house and shiP smith. &c., Huli, audit; Vosgth and Subscribers-only content

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    Cierlhes aton,. last examination, all at 11, I At the Tow4 TIALL, Hell, WEDNESDAY, Jan. I4.---W. 8mith, land agent, West Rasen ad- junoned last oxanmination.-J. Biglin, farm bailiff, Winsotts, Skepplieg, last examination--G. G. Kemp, merchant, H1ll, last sxamleatlss.- C. Rheam, Subscribers-only content

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    HATL, JIIVOL. WonegonEAY, Marsh 23.-Win, Loadman, ]3ridllogton Quay, grcoer, do., aojoursed lost g9xamlsatlon. ~esfome Mr. Reglotrar Wrln.DE) Wm. Smitb, West Rasen, land agent, dividond-at twelve, (Beiore Mr. Registrar PAYNE,4 At LEEDS. TnruSDAY, Mareh 24,-Isaac Clough, son,, Gomnernal, woolaotpler, audit, Robert Subscribers-only content

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    J. Todd. I lul, fisahmonger; J. D. Newbold, Lincoln. trgieral dealer: J. Quincey, Soitthray, contractor, &c.-first meeting. \V. Smith, West Rasen, land agelit; It. C. Brigs, Hull, underwriter--dividend, all at 12. (Before Mr. RegistrarWELCen.) At L:LnDS. TirrnsneA, May 17.-W. Gath, Subscribers-only content

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    T. Wells. Withern. Shorthorn steers under three years old, SeIo, ilobert Wright, Nocton Heath, Lilcoln; 2, £5, Lord lurries, West Rasen. Champion prize of £20 for the besit 3horthorn bullock in the yard, liobe ight. Norton 1isath. Shorthorn cows, £910 Subscribers-only content

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    convent anT many of the laity being present and seeing.. In England.. he was Lord of the Maxior of West Rasen, in the county of 'Lincoln, which he subsequently transferred by charter to his brother William. Geoffrey de 'Alta hipa Subscribers-only content

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    moilety of the nnr of Bras and West Rasen; and in 1372, Joh~u do Fulsetsy gives 20s. for license of granting the reverision of a uICOIet. of the manor of West Rasen asid a moiety oflb tsaer ofa Brax, together Subscribers-only content

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    Cart or filly foal, calculated to make a hunter, IMr. II. Mart, 'Wainfleet; 2, Mr. J. Drait es, V- West Rasen; reserve, Mr. H. Martin. M1rare, cal- culated to breed hunte-s, with foal at heels, Mr. J. TDrae;es; 2, Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    Sharp, Esq., Endsleiglo-street, 35,000. Edward Wood, Esq., Montpelier House, IKeutish Town, 35,000. Rev. W. Cooper, BD., Rural Dean of West Rasen, and Chaplain to the Queen, 16,000- Rev. W. Mousley, Vicar of Cold Ashby, 7,000. Rev. W. Elisha Faulkner, M.A., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as Short Horns, Herefords, or Devonis-Mr. John Hall, of Wiseton; ir. Philip Chasemore, of Horshantm; Mr. William Smith, of West Rasen. CLASS 1.-The first prize of 30 sovs., in class one, for the best bull calved previously to the first Subscribers-only content

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    No. 81, Mr. Henry Smith, athe Grove, Cropwell Butler, Bingham, Notts; Silver Medal to the breeder, Mr. William Smith, West Rasen. Second a prize of 101. to No. 89, Mr. Henry Roberts, P'axford, near Bloxley, Worcester. e SCOTCH, WELSH, OR Subscribers-only content

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    J. Hollinsig, Eggblorough, York- 0 shire, grocer-May 7. G. Smith, Guiseley, Yorkshire, cloth mann- r facturer-May 16. WV. Smith, West Rasen, Lincolnshire, laud r agent-May 2. Mary Ellis. Mold, Flintshire, draper-May 18. C c Robinson, Penrith, Cunmberland, butcher-May 2. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the roads in question. We allude to the turnpike road which runs through the parishes of Middle Rasen, West Rasen, and Kingerby, in Lincolnshire; the inhabitants of which have had in- dictments preferred and found against them, and will Subscribers-only content

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