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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    see thousands of steady men in every county of England interested in the business of the country, and prepared to fight with their employers for its defence from internal and external foes. I am, &c., Brightley, 11th Sept. HENRY ATHERTON. Subscribers-only content

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    in Dorset, is certainly the central object in Mr. Pulman's charming landscape. Founded in the twelfth century by Monks of Brightley, it flourished under a whole dynasty of abbots, until it was sur- rendered by its last abbot to Henry Subscribers-only content

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    which were worthy of the place they have obtained in the pages of the Ari Journal. The Turner picture, " Brightley Observatory," is not a favorable example of the artist, although it has points of merit-as whatTproduction of Turner's has Subscribers-only content

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    when she re tendered to the holy fathers her inoator of Thcorrneombe, in exchange cId far the barren lands of Brightley, sithiig it to be " wellwooded and *fertile," are trebly appropriate in -the present day, in proofwheccel it nany Subscribers-only content

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    abbey 'when sheoi' tendered to the holy fathers her manor of Thorncomhe, in exchange che, for the barren lainds of Brightley, stating it to be "1well wooded and a vi fertile," oire trebly appropriate in the present day, in proof Subscribers-only content

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    foundresa of the ablty when'she tendered to the holy fathers,. l~r manor of Thorncombeirt -exchange for the barren .ands of Brightley, stating it to be "well wooded and fertile," aee treblv appropraiite in the present dayia proof whereefit may be Subscribers-only content

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    Caroline, daughter of Mr. H. Ungless, of Stowmarket. Same day Air. Brightley, grocer, of Finningham, to Louisa, daughter of Mr. T. Brightly, of Saxmundham. Yesterday sennight Mr. George Brame, to Sarah, only daughter of Mr. Hewes, both of Ipswich. Same Subscribers-only content

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    Marsden, Chelmsford; Youngman, Maldon; Knight and Turner, AVitham; Burkitt, Manningtree; Raw, Deck.Shalders, and Cowell, Ipswich ; Loder and Monro, Woodbridge; Brightley and Goodhugh, Saxmundham ; Woolby, Stowmarket ; Dingle and Deck, Bury St. Edmnnd's ; Fulcher, Sudbury ; Hill, Ballingdon Subscribers-only content

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    Maldon; Knight and Turner, Withani; Burkitt. Manningtree ; Raw, Deck, Shalders, and Cowell, Ipswich ; Loder and Slunl-o, Woodbridge ; Brightley and Goodhueh. Saxmundham ; Woolby, Stowmarket; Dingle and Deck, Bury St. Edmnnd's ; Fulcher, Sudbury ; Hill, Ballingdou .- Subscribers-only content

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    _ steady and persevering habits success can be w w >... Personal application, or by letter post P» ; ' Brightley, Finningham, near Tbwaite, TO HE DISPOSED OF immediately, A Very old-established DAY-SCHOOL, Price 10/. It is requested that no Subscribers-only content

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    the law ! On Friday sennight a most awful instance of sudden death occurred in Stamford : - Mr. Chas. Brightley, the eminent printer and publisher, of Bungay, in this county, who was in the course of a journey on Subscribers-only content

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    inst. suddenly, Mr. John Bolton, ofthe Crown Inn, Hockerill, Essex. Saturday sennight, suddenly, on retiring to bed, aged (>•!, .Airs. Brightley, relict of Mr. <J. Brightlcy, printer, of Bungay. Same day Mrs. Coliett, of Halesworth. Sunday sennight Mrs. Keer, wife Subscribers-only content

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    and Newby, Bury St. Edmund's; Deck and Pawsey, Ipswicb ; Loyns, Beccles ; Loder, Woodbridge ; Bird, _ oxford ; Brightley, Saxmundham ; and of Messrs! Longman and Co., London. WANT EDH____ED I ATELYT" A Steady Active Young Man, as Subscribers-only content

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    Deck, and Newby, Bury St. Edmund's; Deck and Pawsey, Ipswich ; Loyns, Beccles ; Loder, Woodbridge ; Bird, Yoxford ; Brightley, Saxmundham ; and of Messrs. Longman and Co., London. Thititroc IXnio _. SCHOOLMASTER WI NTED. rrUIE Board of Guardians Subscribers-only content

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    yoa paid ibe prisoner any wagea lince be hw been with yoa ? Mr. Brightley - None whatever, »ir , The priMner aaid tbat Mra. Brightley bad been examiuiog his parse, whicb .be took oat of his box day after Subscribers-only content

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    .1. bowdoii at il- J. I*. Webster, at 11- -f. bull, at llj- W. M. G_ re at T> -A Brightley, at 12- W. Johnson, at 12*- fi. Fcueock, at I_. *i i. acli, new choice ol assignees, at 1. Subscribers-only content

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    drill of the men. The troops then returned to barracks. The proceedings of a district court-m artial which tried Sapper Brightley, R.E., were promulgated to-day. He was convicted of deserting and of stealing a gold watch and chain belonging to Subscribers-only content

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    THE TRIAL OF BRIGHAM YOUNG. ♦ Subjoined is the principal portion of the judgment of Chief Justioe M'Kean upon the legality of tbe trial of Brigham Young : - "The defendant ia indicted for lewd and lascivious association and Subscribers-only content

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    Look; Wednesday, Pontisham Friday. Alto Village by permission ; Saturday, Chirkhai: Cross-roads, 11. Portsmouth's, Earl of -Monday, stone Moor, Tueselay, Brightley bridge ; Thursday, Chulmleigh Beacon ; Saturday, Kersham bridge, 11. Powell's, Mr.- Tuesday, Cwru Mvdrim: Friday, Landissilio 10.15. Puekeridge- Subscribers-only content

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    L. Tockington, R. Hussey, D. ' bcrt. G. B. Pumfrett, and D. Veasey, Esqrs. ; Messrs. r ■ m G Brightley, W. Ladds, James Mann, Hammond. .- . Larke, Infield, J. Mason, Purvies, A. Thompson, R. j |t#seley. &c. The Subscribers-only content

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