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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LARGE BLUE BOILINGf PEAS. wirth SPECIA-L LOW OF1-IERS, forwarded on application to E JOHN SHARPE and SON, J SEED MERCHANTS, BARDNEY, Lincolnahire. INVITATION CAD RD . GOODAIL and SUDDI K, FCrOee -S2EET, IEE D T AVIS'S (Pearl) BATH ENAMEL wilf Subscribers-only content

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    S&2Tsiravo of LARGE BLUR lOILING Pt ,kSwith SEuLAL LOW UOFFElR, forworded on application to jOifN- SHAMPE and SON, HANSEED MERCHANTS, BARDNEY, Lincolnshire. ALL CARlDS.-Tihis Season's Designs. B.4.LL Samples Free h Post. (iGODALL and SUDDiIct, COUKEIDGE.STREET. T LEEDS. (J ONSUMi\PTION,'! I Subscribers-only content

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    SAsWsLr'a f LARGE BLUE BOILING PEAS, with SCIAL LOW OFFEBS. forwarded on application to TOHN SHARPE and SON, SEED MERCHANTS, BARDNEY, Lineolnshire. DAT YLIGHlIT REFLECTORS, for confned places. Db F IT y. Wainwfright, Alfred-6treet, Boar-lane, Leeds. '1BEFORE BUYING A WATCH Subscribers-only content

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    LARGE BLUE BOILING PEAS. with SPECT AT; LOW OFFERS, forwarded on application to TOHN SHARPE and SON, tP SEED MERCHLANTS, BARDNEY, Lincolnshira. lHURCH SERVICES. Prayer Books, Hymns, &C. Cv J GOODALL and SUDDICK, 62, Boar-lane, Leeds. lD IDER, PRINTER, 45, Subscribers-only content

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    Cricklade, Wilts-patrons, the Dean and Chapter of Salisbury. Rev. J. G. Munday, B.A., curate of St. Michael's, Louth; Vicar of Bardney, near Lincoln- atron, the Bishop of Lincoln. Rev. 0. Myers, M.A., Principal of .St. Stephen's House Oxford; Vicar of Subscribers-only content

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    monstriatiof was held last nighti in the Louth T'own H~aliy wbich was crowded by ass entnus:astic audionce. MfrXJor~ SillusE, of Bardney Mfanor, Lincoln, President of ftO Louth Divisiou Liboral !Assoeiation, was in the chnir, a~d amongsit those prcsceit were-M~r. Horbert Subscribers-only content

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    Otter's chances of' success; and is being cou-nter- acted b)y the action of his brother, Mr. John r Sharne, 'of Bardney, an influential gentlemnan. who is thro wmig himself vigorousl7 into the fight on bebalf of MIr Otter. and to-night Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Conferences which it ie is proposed to hold in the Louth Division of Lincoln- [7 shire took place yesterday at Bardney, when various td questions having relation to the welfare of the rural districts were discussed. In the eveuing a Subscribers-only content

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    about, and he was not quite sure that there was not some- thin-g of the kind in the village of Bardney. There was ksomething that he for the life of him could not understand, e L but if the people Subscribers-only content

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    Market Razen,...... 878 53 - . 63 .. 1 Loath ..........139 - 17. 96. 00 Itoreastle.8..0...1 ....82S 121 9. 7 Bardney (ittcoin' . 7 ......78.~ 60 Aiford . 0,407 1: i0 210 Coniagaby (Boston) . 6501 16 45' Syt~oby.......... 714 Subscribers-only content

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    efadiugley, Cambridge: Vicar of St. Edmund's, Northampton. Patron, the BPshop of Peterborough (for thie tnrnl. Wild Rev. Samnel, Curate of Bardney; Ciear of Stainfleld, Lincoln. shire. The receipts at the Branch-road U.MJ.F.C. annual bazaar at Lower Wortley amounted to £144 Subscribers-only content

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    death took place very suddenly at Spalding yesterday, whilst on a visit, of the Rev. James Albert- Chalmers, Vicar of Bardney, near Lineoln, and fermerly headmaster of Horneastle Gram.mxr School. I-ls was formerly head-master of Spalding Granimar School. Mr. Chalmers Subscribers-only content

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    and 3 days' book. ings); Louth, Mablethorpe, and Sutton-on-Sea, with 2 and 3 days' bookings; Doncaster, Haxey, Gains- borough, Lincoln, Bardney, Sti:wold, Kirkstead, and Dogdyke; Worksop, for the Dukeries; Newark, Notts, Redmile, Melton Mowbray. and Leicester. Tuesday, Doncaster, &c., and Subscribers-only content

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    conLinuer by Medsrs. Tam-ner and WValters (Leicecter), Rev. S. Weaver, Alderman Wetherell (Northampton), Mr. Baker (M.ayor of Maidstone), ilM. Turner (Bardney), Rev. G. Armstrong Btennett. MIr. Mlandleti (Nerwcastle), dTr. Crocker (13imgev), Mr. Jerniyn (King's Lynn), t r Hedges (Ealing), Mir. Subscribers-only content

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    of Unsurpassed Quality, can also be had gratis and post free onl application to JOHN SHIARPE & SON, SiEI) FARMIERS, BARDNEY, LINCOLNSHIRE, ENGLAND. 4499 - LL intending Purchasers of GARDEN SEEDS fl should procuLre our new priced Catalogue.-NV. Drummond & Subscribers-only content

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    or BOUQUETS by first train after receiving or der..4417 TO WHOLESALE BUYERS OF SEEDS. JOHN SHARPE & SONT, SEED FARMNERS. BARDNEY, LINCOLNSHIRE, ITILL BE1 PLEASED TO QUOTE SPECIAL Xi PRICES for thei r Honie-grown Highly- selected Stocks of Mangeis, Swede Subscribers-only content

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    can also Li bc bao gratis and post free on application to j JOHN SHARPE & SON, -SERI) FAIQl] ERS, BARDNEY, LLNCOLNISHIRE, ENGLAND. c 4409 . l9 SWEET PEA S in twenty Named Beauti- 2 QU1 fu V-arieties for 4s Subscribers-only content

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    of Unsurpassed Quality, ean also be lied gratis atid piost free on application to JOHN SIJAEZPE & SON, SlEEl) FAIIdIEMS, BARDNEY, LIcNCOL±NSHII{E, ENGLAND. 4499 CNAUL.iixT.LOWER PLANTS. autumn sownw trans IC) planted. extca ilinC: 50. 1i 9Sd 100, OS post free. Subscribers-only content

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    Unsurpassed Qual.1ity, can also be Zarl gratis and post free on application to JOHN SHARPE & SON, SEED FARS] ERS, BARDNEY, LINCOLNSHIRE, ENGLAND. 449-9 ' A LL intending Purchasers of GARDEN SEEDS fla hould procure our new priced Catalogue.-WV. Druinmnnd Subscribers-only content

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    Uiisii, passed QuaIity, can also be haed gratis and post fiee on application to JOHN SIIARPTE & SONT, SEE)) FARMIERS, BARDNEY, LIENCOLNSIIIRE, ENGLAND. fEGOMJAS (Box's celebrated straini : singke, 10 Besparate colours. 3s doe.: u naixe, 2-iod a"tble-. 3s 9d Subscribers-only content

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