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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Henry Rix, Esq., of Heacham. On Tuesday last, Mr. Frederick Watson Proudfoot, draper, of Holt, to Miss Whidhy, of Brisley. Same day, Mr. Jobn Filby Watson, of the Strand, Lon- don, to Miss Mary Ann Matthews, of this city. Subscribers-only content

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    At Brisley Rectory, on tho 25th inst , the lady of the Rev. E John Ash, of a son. MARRIED. On Wednesday last, at Bethsaida Chapel, Mr. Josiah Gooding, of AVitncsham, to Miss Lake, of Ipswich. On Thursday last, Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    Lopham. Same day, at Walford, in the County of Hereford, Ester, relict of tlie Rev. John Maul, late rector of Brisley, Norfolk. J Lately, at Stoke Ferry, by the Rev. E. Howman, Henry Knight. Esq., of London, to Miss Susanna Subscribers-only content

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    last, Mr. Samuel Davey, to Miss Emma Shemming, both of this city. DIED. On the 9th inst., very suddenly, at Brisley, in this county, aged 50, Mr. John Wood, of the firm of Temple and Wood, wholesale grocers and drapers. Subscribers-only content

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    with reference to the receiver, Rutland. The prosecutor lived at Tittleshall, but as executor of his brother, had premises at Brisley. which were entered and the wool stolen. Tbe younger Burrell, who was admitted an approver, said that his father Subscribers-only content

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    of a deed, exe- •f-yGeorge Ear! of Orford, in the ye.^r 1781. t Wilay lust as i\lr. Daniel Ward, of Brisley, *-BU-ty, was firing a double-barreiled gun at 'Various, it unfortunately hurst, and literally pieces the fore-finger of his left Subscribers-only content

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    Major Parker, from the clergy and laity of the deanery of Blackbourne ; by Mr. BENTINCK, from the deanery of Brisley and Toftrees : from the deanery of Heacham ; and from four pari-his in Norfolk; by Mr. T. Miller, Subscribers-only content

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    for sheep- stealing at Neeton ; Thomas Frier, for stealing two steers and heifer, the property of Mr. Englebright, of Brisley; George Cross, convicted on two indictments of breaking into the wash-house of Mr. Bushel, of West Dereham, and stealing Subscribers-only content

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    the Members, on Tlmrsday the 24th of October next, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon. Forthe Manor of Beetley, in Brisley and Ivast Bilney, on Monday the 28th of October next, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon. For the Manor Subscribers-only content

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    Members, on Thursday the 24-th of October next, at Two o'clock iv the Afternoon. For the Manor of Beetley, in Brisley and East Bilney, on Monday the 28th of October next, at Ten o'okck in the Forenoor . For the Subscribers-only content

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    yards ; 15s. Francis Bird, of Little Dunham, grew 20 st. 51bs. on 30 yards ; 10s. Matthew Howling, of Brisley, grew 14 st. 81bs. on 21 yards (with tops;) 7s. 6d. Jas. Carter, of Mileham, grew I3st. llilbs. on Subscribers-only content

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    daughter of the late Mr. Ambrose Coe, farmer, of Assington, Suffolk. DIED. On the 15th ult. Thomas Garwood, Gent, of Brisley, aged 92 years, universally respected. Same day, at Martham, universally respected, in her •69th year, Mary, the wife of Subscribers-only content

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    Dunham, Beeston cum Biltering, and Great Fransham. 2d, The Elmham District, Comprising Whissonsett, Oxwick cum Pattesley, Col- kirk, Gateley, Horningtoft, Brisley, Stanfield, East Bilney, North Elmham, Guist, Twyford, Bintree, Worthing. 3d, The Bawdeswell District. Comprising Billingford, Bawdeswell, Bylaugh, Lyng, Sparham, Subscribers-only content

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    Dunham, Beeston cum Biltering, and Great Fransham. 2d, Tke Elmham District, Comprising Whissonsett, Oxwick cum Pattesley, Col- kirk, Gateley, Horningtoft, Brisley, Stanfield, East Bilney, Nonh Elmham, Guist, Twyford, Bintree, Worthing. 3d, The Bawdeswell District, Comprising Billingford, Bawdeswell, Bylaugh, Lyng, Sparham, Subscribers-only content

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    was one of the daughters of the lato Rev. Christopher Crowe Munnings, Rector of the united parishes of Beetley and Brisley, near East Dereham. Same day, in this city, agedSC, Mary, the wife of Mr. D. Denny, formerly of Suu.ton-hall, Subscribers-only content

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    this Paper instead of Mr. Williams, who has retired. BIRTH. On the 29th ult., at Brisley Rectory, in this county, the wife ofthe Rev. E.J. Ash, of a daughter. MARRIED. On the 23rd ult., at North Witham, Lincolnshire, the Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    NORWICH, NOV. 4. MARRIED. On the 2-nd ult., at North Elmham, Mr. John Vincent, Of VV estneld, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Jas. Bradfieid, of Barnsley Farm. On the 26th ult., at St. Mary's. Thctford, Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    the Castle Ditches. On the Kith inst., at Bliekling, in her 85th year, Mrs Sarah Watson, widow. Same day, at Brisley Rectory, aged five months, the infant dauehter of the Rev. E. J. Ash. On the I.oth inst., after an Subscribers-only content

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    of Brisley, aged 64, was brought to the Castle, on a charge of having forged a cheque, for 11/- 10*-., purporting to be drawn by John Inglebright, of Brisley, upon Messrs. Gurney, in Faken- ham. He absconded from Brisley, and Subscribers-only content

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    Intoxication. - On Thursday night week, a man named Frederick Gray, living at Bilney, called at the Lion public-house, at Brisley, and asked for something to drink, but the landlord seeing him a con- siderable deal the worse for liquor, Subscribers-only content

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