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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lOr.... nBS EouNrs (Sir John Trollopoa'l, at ZUVMs 4 t Thursday, Feb. 6, at Corby Station; Saturday, Feb. 8, at Bulby d house, The CorworLD HoUsnS, at Eln.Wodnerday, Feb. 6,at d thburdington; Saturday, Feb. 8, at Queen Wood. iv The Subscribers-only content

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    at Kaightley Grange: Saturday, Feb. 16, at anille. The OOTMORBi HIouSDe (8ir John rOllOpo'oJ, at Eloe. Saturday, Feb. 8, at Bulby Eorne., The (JoTwoLD Houowe, at Zteesa-Saturday, Feb. 8, at Queen Wood. The SnouTs ObxoRDslM HOUNDY, at Bleven,-Thia day, Feb. Subscribers-only content

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    ~truot. 4,1ADDL13 l oeunr 60trehiet.IeHifl. 'IU TIII.5051'Carrial'o Rug. aul ai Iiur-,c-irsisjig. A 56 barzati guaraniteed London uninfai~ituiir.-Stlbephno~o, 11, (.-Apply, G.'orjse Bulby, Knowk. teC 3440 fl~l.-Vry -tnenne nns ossScoch ollte Dog, two years ld ..foir Sis aS ,ve's Ihc'- ,y Streeit, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MOORE, Little Catahill, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, builder W. SurjuvEz, R&UwayStreet, Bridgnorth, Salop, machiniot. E. SArTsAY, Prestbury, Gloucester, market gardener. J. STEPnsenrs, Bulby. Gloucester, boot and shoe maker. C. MAAcATiuuie. Albey Terrace, Liandilo, Carma.thenshire, . nurseryman. JoSIN JoNEs, liandefeilog, Carmnarthenshire, bcotmaker. DAviD Subscribers-only content

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    HROUSES A3D i±AND TO LET (Crood) SPISARBSO etC21Zrtlsl-72Z RbeIoad; Sim roams 5l. ont thot aeld cceat watern. foint ;mlante~s'ato telsl a -goodsiahlln Io o-ot.wt S~~nare~~~ London, WC. Irdan gardn. Rns £-Hurstt 42,lites) Street. thIS3 ess ot il esius oserokioong- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the buyer being Mr. Butler. Mhr. Hobbs secured "Baronet 4 sh," a highly-com- mendud roan, exhibited by Mr. F. 1'. Bulby, FPairford, for 40gs.; and be also gave 55gs. for "Gerald," a highly-commended youngster, exhibited by Mlr. T. M. Crook. Subscribers-only content

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    Kingeston- upon-i-i oil; Weltrrn Sritrhi Meitorn, Eliornghtori as' it Br-ouch, Brant J irrglrim, Ellerirer', Soreth Irlive, llrronrlellt, othrerwpise ~roornileer,J Yrrlrefleet, Bulby', Faxti'ect, lMlrrtor~ft, Staddletliorlra, Scalby wrlth J Newtron, Bellssize, othrerwi'se BleliasidIes, tlenrtetianrd, Gilberdlire, Cleierrrrrhorpe, Emrstrlngtrrr, P~ortirrgtotr, Crrsill, otherwise Cas'ille wsit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e t ehere are many comfortable Cottages; comprising the prin- GR '5-si-rs' cipal Part of the Villages of Hawthorpe and Bulby, appor- ves ill tioned to the several Lots. sot Jfaft, Top 'l'e ESTATE abounds D.itls GAME, and is plentifully Subscribers-only content

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    Day of July, 1838, at Four o'Clock in the Afteirnoon; G VERY desirable Freehold ESTATE, situate IN S Ant Irnham, Bulby, and Hawthorpe, in the County of O1 and Lincoln, cosnisticig of upwards of 1,067 Acres of excellent Of I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Swinstead, Swayfield, Corby, from rk of Stoke lRochford or South Stoke, North Stoke, Easton, North Tow; huga, Withiam, Coltersworth, 1-lawthorpe Bulby otherwise Balby rum An, Copy Hawthorpoe, Lobthorpe, rrlranha, Burton Coggles, Bitchifield, from earle Lower ilasaingthorpe, Blassingthorpe otherwise llassingthorpe Field Subscribers-only content

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    Edenham, Swinstead, Swayhield, Corby, from ~Of Stoke ltochford or South Stoie, North Stoke, kEaston, North Tow; .ng, Witham, Coltersworth, Hanwihorpe Bulby otherwise Balby onus An 0py Hawthorpe, Lebthorpe, Irisham, Burton Coggles, Bitchfield, -from ach Lower Bassingthorpe, Bassingihorpe otherwise Bassingthorpe Ficlc Subscribers-only content

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    very fine, and free froru disease. The broods contain from 10 to 15. On the large estates at Grimsthorpe and Bulby the pro'Dects of sport are very good. On the Burwell Pa rk estate no less than 58 nests have Subscribers-only content

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    W. Clark. 8entries. Best hunting filly, £1. Mr. Waterwortli, Biowden. 4 entries. len t Best coaching colt, £2, til. Walker, Bulby; 2nd do., ;£1, Mr. Ask- rely 4rlhm, tBarn Hill entriae s Beet roadster colt or Oily. £2, r. C, Subscribers-only content

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    2lth inot., aced 34, ISABELLA, daughter of Arr. JAmj.s , of Jaasnti, of Cbhurcltown, near Garstang. ity Statee day, at Bulby Ilouse, Linscolnehire, aged 26, FAnOssSe WaIs- on, nLat.sNZIA, ;ife of Licutessaut-Colorcl JlOHs dtenvi,, late (dretodierF Guards,. nOe sNniu dJay, Subscribers-only content

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    shawl to be ready to go to dinner. bBA boy named Searson was accidentally shot, a lrfew days ago, in Bulby Wood, Nottinghamshire, by the naccidental discharge of a gun which his father, who is a Elfarmer, was carrying. He Subscribers-only content

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    tells on the Leeda end Shipley turspikc read), mav inpOect tbe TV h elcawigo and epetfectidne at lbs niynchor lan. Bulby, fe om sodso, Cl 'd i lat e fAiltff0. 0A~reI h uo which dey 7e iedh tedr c ict Subscribers-only content

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    Courst. in Baitaialttsi-reet. ANDREWS Lalab.n. of Well!, grocer, to sur.Oct. Mat], and Nyv. 13. at half Drr"t 11.-btol. Mulljrnsck and Bulby, zufro!ik-lane, Coaonir- strect.-Otlici-'i adrisinee, Bell. ARNSB5YV erlgs ldkins. It learl Barton, toct manrfacturerr to sur. Oct. Ifianol Nov. 19. Subscribers-only content

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    'h e npre in ou red, a eiave renasoms to believe tih e th it will not' bbgbeoetesexamples are followed Bulby Burope generly Thnst ch principle of non-inter- Ivemtion, tyuvery soon be universally and inch solemnly acknowlde swl sor independence. Subscribers-only content

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    of the Market. place), her daughter, Miss Maria Wright, and her . icce, daughter of Mr. Thos. Wright, farmer, of Bulby, near Bourn, together with a little boy, for thei pm pose of showing thens bow the cakes were made. Subscribers-only content

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    at Chester, aged 46, Bobt, Hubehitton POO Eq.. M.D. RELIYE-March 12th at Hastingre Frances Susan, d40ghter of C'O Reeve, of Bulby E;wee. Lincolnshire. SMuTn.-March 14th, at Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 64, Wr. GeO. S ` grocer. TlosRNELy.-March 11th, Reginald Beckwith. eon Subscribers-only content

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