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    of that gene- Tation. The book ends, as it should, with mention of a granddaughter of Oliver Cromwell's, Mrs Bridget Bendish. Travelling once in a coach with two strangers, she was angered by their disparaging conversation on the great Protector, Subscribers-only content

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    10.45)-Friday, November 6, Abbey Dore. j lmseRTFosrssesser. (at 11).-Tlhis day, November 4, Clophill Church ; Frlday, 6, Gorhambury; Saturday, 7, Bendish Ilosae. IHkYTeOaR (at 10.45).-This day, November 4, Bridwell Grove; Frsday, 6, Bourton Wood ; Saturday, 7, Sturdy's (?astle. LZrsnussv Subscribers-only content

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    Tlrnrsadey, 12, Twcinlug Fleet; Snatrday, 14, Crr V~cS,'I. Nut la 1s:(t 1t).-'ThIii da.oerbrT frd fleit'ronirrslikr (ati 11).-Tlrie day, aNovemober 7, Bendish ltnv'riroery (at 10.45).-this day', Nsovemrbec 7, Storly's Castle. Lepr: ay(at1l)-'his drny, Novensher 7, Preston CroonMo dee. 9, Darkie of Subscribers-only content

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    THE CHASE. HUNTING AP'POINTMENTS. trust that Masters of Hounds or Huntsmen will favor us with . ,i n entm s throuthout the season; we shall be most happy ae tio 'rliii ;raccounts of their sport.] a Ie *sh stahounds Subscribers-only content

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    Jones and Wilson Barrett. The Lord Harry Bendish.... Mr WILSON BARRETr Esther Breane ............ Miss EASTLAKm Captain Ezra Promise . Mr E. S. WILLAAD Colonel David Breane ... . MrJ. H. CLYNDS Mike Seccombe ..,,,,,.. Mr CHArlIms HuDsoN Tribulation Tyzack Subscribers-only content

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    that every personage in The Lord Barry (there are a good many puppets) has a prototype in Ashby Malnor-Lord Harry Bendish in Lord Lyndore, Colonel Breane in Colonel Eadclyffe, Captain Ezra Promise in Captain Charlton Radclyffe, Esther Breane in Naomi Subscribers-only content

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    plight, but the hearts within are as resolute as the hearts without. Suddenly to the camp comes the Lord Harry Bendish, a gallant young loyalist who has braved the dangers of a ride from the King's head-quarters at Oxford. He Subscribers-only content

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    to his own party, &c., tually punished by this being &c. detected. George Fortescue is impri- So is Lord Harry Bendish. sonedandisassistedbyNaomi to escape. These, perhaps, are all the resemblances which it is fair to point out between the two Subscribers-only content

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    B. hounds, to-morrow, Victoria Inn; Friday, Peleaanross-at half.past 10. Tivyside hounde, Thursday, Cenarth Bridge-at 10. s Mr. Brantd's hounds, Wedneeday, Bendish; Friday, Leagley D Bottom-at half-past 10. Puckeridge hounds, Thursday, Meaadon Green; Saturday, Cambe- lowe Green-at half.pabt 10. j- Cambeldgeehlre Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING. Y CHESTER CUP.-ADDITIONAL NomiNATIoNs. ' DutchLady, 3 yrs. Sledmere, 4 yrs. Waterfall, 4 yrs. Hesse Homburg, 4 yrs. Italian, 6 yrs. Lucie, 3 yrs. a Consultation, 3 yrs. View Halloo, aged. .sTrue Girl, 4 yrs. Aaron Smith, 4 Subscribers-only content

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    SP ORTI G. ir INTELLIGENCE EXTRA. rDONCASTER SPRING MEETING, 1852. *r NOMINATIONS FOR THE SHEFFIELD AND It ROTHERHAM STAKES. St. Michael, 3 yrs bec by Melbourne out of Sally dThe Twin, 4 yrs Warfoot, 3 yrs is cby Red Subscribers-only content

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    SPORBTING. HUNTING APPOINTAMENTS. STAUOUNOO5.. Her Majesty's (Master, Lord Sanaisich; Buntsman, Charles Davi), Tuesday, New Lodge: Friday, Stoke Common-at half-past 11. Mr. hto s Tuesday, Fost Grinstead-at half-past ll, Baron Rothachild O, this day, Denhrm Miii; Wednesday, Meotmore -aWt 1L Subscribers-only content

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    Uekinagton; Wednesday, Rendcombe Park ; Thursday, Hinchwick House (Broadway); Saturday, West Wood-at a quarter to 11. Lord Dacre's, this day, Bendish; Wednesday, Ghddesden; Fr1iday, Steopingly Cross Roads-ut half-past 10. Duirham County, this day, Grindon; Vednesday, Hold. forth Fair; Friday, Newbiggan-at Subscribers-only content

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    last Norfolk assizes for themurd*r of hi* uncle, m J K? l^T B l* ck '» tßart «i» Bendish, near Downham Markets Norfolk, took plaoe on Monday morning at Norwich Castle; Calcraft acting as executioner. The convict was a young Subscribers-only content

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    iv houi the medicine intended I'm- its mother was inadvertently administered, and caused its death very soon alter.- At Bartou Bendish. on the body of "sir. IL Ellis, shoemaker, of Swaffham, who was killed bv j a fall from |ij. Subscribers-only content

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    Webb, of Babraham ; the Silver Medal for the best shearling tup of any other breed, to Mr. Giblin, of Bendish. Mr. Salmon, of Thaxted, was hustled in the evening, and robbed of 49/. Tbe new rooms belonging to the Subscribers-only content

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    any other of the speakers ; it was quite sufficient to assume that the speeches of Mr. Herbert aud Mr. Bendish having been applauded by all of the hierarchy and squirearchy present, they spoke the sentiments and proved the real Subscribers-only content

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    those named in the Act. On Sunday sennight Mr. Robert Fickling ras married to Miss Ann Farrer, both of jarton Bendish. On Monday sennight Mr. T. Sayer, liquor merchant, of Loddon, was married to Miss darrison, of the same place. Subscribers-only content

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    Desirable Farm at Chevington. To be SOLD by AUCTION, r. ii, _ , By JOHN DECK, un Wednesday the 20th November, 1816, at Four o'clock in the afternoon, at the Angel Inn, in Bury St. Edmund's, (unless sooner disposed Subscribers-only content

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    to Mury Ebden, daughter of Mr. William Southam, of Peterborough, and grand-daughter ofthe late I Mr. Ebden, surgeon, of barton Bendish, in this county. DIED. On the Ist inst., aged 53, Mr. Edward Crisp, of the Black Goose Inn, Lynn. Subscribers-only content

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