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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wick Rocks; Friday, Shipton Moyne; Saturday, Bowood ; at half-past ten. Bentinek's, Lord 3.-Monday, Langford Lodge Tuesday, Pan- ton; Wednesday, Bardney; Thursday, Cainby Village; Sa- turday, Normanby-by-Stow; at eleven. Badaworth-Tueeday,_Hickleton Hall; Thursday, Pollington Bridge; Saturday, Havercroft; at half-past ten. Cheshire-Monday, Subscribers-only content

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    Red adlotSe *Satlrilav: Ackworth Moor Top; at half-past ten. nC *ar. Lord H *.-Monday. South Scarle; Tuesday, Branston wooeLdO; Wrdn0esday, Bardney ; Thursday, Kettletharpe; Saturday, lakhT1 at eleven, Blackt gondaay, Tunstal Village; Wednesday, Butcher House Bar; Ftrda7, pepper lHall; at Subscribers-only content

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    Michael's; Wednesday, Compton Bassett; Thursday, Yate Rocks; Saturday, Dyrham; at hslf-psst ten. Bentinck's, Lord H.-Monday, Saxilby; Tuesday. Langworth Bridge; Wednesday, Bardney; Thursday, Tile House Beck; Friday, Hack- thorn; Saturday. Potter Hill Bar; at eleven. Badsworth-Tnesday, Hampole Inn; Thursday, Hemsworth Lane Subscribers-only content

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    Wednesday, Corsham Park: Thursday, the Sell, on Sudhury Common; Saturday, the Mermaid, Christain Mulford; at half-past ten. Bentinek's, Lord H.-TMondlay, Bardney;, Tuesday, Newbold Common; Wednesday, Potter Hill Bair; Thursday, Faldgivgorth Grange; Fri- day. Norton House; Saturday, Saxilby; at eleven. Uadoort~TuedayWentride; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday, Lower Woods. Benatinck's, Lord H-Monday, Wellingore; Tuesday, Fenton; Wed- nesday, Langwortls Bridge; Thursday, Faldigworth Grang;ri day, Isranston Wood; Saturday, Bardney; at eleven. East Kent-Taesday, Black Mill; Friday, Sweech Gate; at half- past ten. Essex and Suffolk-Tuesday, Thorriugton Hall; Friday, Subscribers-only content

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    Salt Hill5 at half-past eleveu, FOX-HOUNDS. AlbrightonMonday, Wasseli Top; at ten. Bentirick's, Lord lH.-MNlonday, Nocton; Wednesday, Bardney; Satur. day, Blankney; at eleven. Badsworth-Tuesday, Burne; at half-past ten. Beaufort's, Duke of-Monday. Hawkesbury Upton; Wednesday, Wraxall; Friday, Avening Village; at half-past ten. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHASE. MASTERS OF HOUNDS AND HUNTSMEN ARE PARTI CULARLY SOLICITED TO FAVOUR US WITH THEIR COMING APPOINTMENTS. HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. (WEATHER PER'MITTING.) THE ROYAL STAOrTouNDS.-WINDSOR, FRtrAY.-In conse- quence ofthe sharp frost which set in during the night, together with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _lahbrok Badsworth-Tuesday. 8corsby Bar; Thursday, Askern; Satur- - day, Ackworth Moor Top; at half-vast ten.; Burton-Monday. Fiskerton Low, Wood; .Tueadey, Bardney; 'Wednesday, -Wellingore; .Thuirsday, Heckthorn; Friday, * Gate Burton; BSaturday, Langworth Bridge: at eleveni Cheshire-.-Moaday, -Daresbury Hall; Wednesday. Bruen Staple- Subscribers-only content

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    half-past ten. - Lord HenryBentineks-Mlonday, -Normcanhy by Stuw;, Tues- day, Barduey;- Wednesday, Caniton in Moorland;- Thursday S taindleld Glreat-Wood; Friday, Bardney; Saturday, Niorton Place; at eleven. - Mr. el~eliei'-Monday, Muckton; Tuesday, Marehamn on the Hill; Thursday, Burgh on Bain; Saturday, Subscribers-only content

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    Toothill Brick K ilas; at' half-past ten. Bord Hienry Bentinck's -Monday,; Carlton.en-le-Moreland; Tuesday. Panton; Wednesday, daxilby; Thursday, Norton Place; friday, Bardney; Satarday, 8tainfield Great Wood; at eleven. Ledbury -lMonday, Chances-pit Turnpike, Friday, Broms- berrow Heath; at half-past ten. Lord Redesdale's-Monday, Subscribers-only content

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    Redesdale's-Monday; Heythrop; Wednesday, North Aston; Friday, Moreton-in-the.Marsh; Saturday, Blenheim; at half-past ten. Lord H. Behtibik's-Monday, Normanby by Stow; TTeeslay ' Bardney; Wednesday,TPotter EHil Bas; Thursday, S'nrford Bridge; Friday, Gate rBurton; Saturday, Welmgore, at eleven. ' Kennels;11 HigbmaI. Ledhury-Moaday, at the Subscribers-only content

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    Hindley ; at half-past ten. Beaufort's, Duke of-Monday, Dauntsey Gate; Wednesday, Dyrham; Saturday, Seipton Moyne. Bentinck's, Lord Heury-Monday, Burton; Tuesday, Bardney; Wednesday, Brant Broughton; Thursday, Hackthorn; Friday, Austacre Wood; Saturday, Sudbrook; at eleven. Brambam Moor-Monday, Kirk Deighton; Wednesday, Byram; Friday, Subscribers-only content

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    Marr Village; Thursday, Purston Bar; Saturday, Higham; at half-past ten. Bentinck's, Lord H. - Monday, Glentworth ; Wednesday, Blankney; Thursday, Bardney; Saturday, Wellinuore; at eleven. Berkshire (OId)-Monday, Blowing Stone; Wednesday, Marchamn Park ; Friday, Ardington ; at half -past ten. Subscribers-only content

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    Lane; Wedsesday, Plompten. Friday, Wild Man; Saturday, StuttonMll; atM altpas ten Bentinek's, Lord H.-Monday, Blankney; Wednesday, Brant Brough. ton; Thursday, Bardney; Saturday, Eagle Hall; at eleven. Cottesmore-Monday, Grinsthorpe Park; Tuesday, Stoke End. Thursday, Foster's Bridge; Saturday, Launde Abbey; at eleven Subscribers-only content

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    half-past eleven. hthersteuy-Mpli Cdessate: Wddnsday' 6rieketst In -eri .gj~v'nne~thrpe toation; 8aurdmy, Weeftitd. *lf iddrl steoieven. t3eeven); Thursday, Stapieford Moor; Friday, Bardney (at ten); .rday Sc Horen St atoughton; ateeleven Braknhire ioor-Monday, CrossBoadb, Brambam oor; Wednes- ;rtiairbii rlisXaeo; Saturday, Bodg aroBr; Subscribers-only content

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    TOX-HOUNiDS. Bentinck's, Lord H.-Monday, Bardney; Tuesday, Midge Inn; Wednesday, Saxilby; Thursday, Magin Ioor; Friday, Branaton Village; Saturday, Wiekenby; at eleven. Badsworth-Tuesday, Womnersley Park; Thursday, Nostefl Priory; Saturday, Notton Village; at half-past ten. Berkshire-Monday, Faringdon Station (at eleven); Wednesday, Tubney (at Subscribers-only content

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    eleven. Badsworth-Tuesday, Hooton Pagnell; '[hursday, Robin Hood Well; Saturday, Ackworth Moor Top; at ialf-past ten. Beantinck's, Lord IL-Monday, Hackthorn; Wednesday, Bardney; Thursday, Magin Moor: Saturday, Brattleby; at eleven. Berkshire (Old)-Monday, Bucaiand; Wednesday, Cholsey; Friday, Badcote Bridge; at half-past ten. Crawley Subscribers-only content

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    Harewood Bridge: Wednesday, Hook Moor; Friday, Wighill Park; Saturday, Beilby Grange; at half-past ten. Burton (Lord 11. Bentinck's)-MondayiMagin Moor; Tuesday, Bardney; Wednesday, Wollingore; Thursday, Normanby by Stow; Friday, Eagle lail ; Saturday, Wickenby; at eleven. B.V.-Tuesday, Yarnfield Gate; Friday, Henstridge Subscribers-only content

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    ornOns Atberstone-Monday. Harrow Inn; Wedneoday, Tamulns, Seekington; Friday. Churchover; Saturday, Green tan, iMoxhall; at eleven. Burton ilunt (Lord H. Bentinoe'e)-Monday, Bardney; Tuesday. Staple. ford iMoor; Wednesday, Filliugham Park; Thursday, Carlton in the lMtoorland; Friday, Gate Burton; Saturday, Blaukney; at eleven. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Committee (for which the ladies of Barduey are so famous) was held at the house of Mrs. W. Edman, at Bardney, Lincolnshire, when, amongst the busy samptresses there assembled and eagerly lending a hand in so good a cause, ve Subscribers-only content

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