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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after her arrival on the Monday. It has been expected that the Queen would pay Lord Liverpool a visit at Buxted place. The will of the late Lord Sydenham, which is made only the day previous to his lamented death, Subscribers-only content

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    mnnanfactrarersS Lea and Co. Birmrioghans, mairstera. BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. P. H.Ward, Arbour terrace, Commercial road, tallow chandler. 4 BANKRUPTS. J- Holland, Buxted, Sussex, draper. [Lofty and Potter, King street, Cheapside' FLeaveriGreatC1oxwell Berkshire, baker. [Clarke and Co. Lincoln's inn fields. ' IV. Subscribers-only content

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    to be granted, unless cause be shown to the con- trary on the day of meeting, September 26, J. Holland, Buxted, Sussex, draper-September 26, K. S. Sasby, Old Fish street, wine merchant-October 4, W, Taft, Balne mill, near Wakefield, alkali Subscribers-only content

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    to the contrary on or before October 1. J. F. Garnett, Wellington street, Southwark, hatter-J. Royle, Manchester, corn dealer-J. Holland, Buxted, Sussex, draper-G. Muir, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, draper. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. J. Watt, Edinburgh, toy merchant-D. Miln, Dundee, grocer (deceased)-H. Leck, Glasgow, mansfacturer. Subscribers-only content

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    street, ale merchant- Jan. 17, `W. Chamberlain, Peckham, linen draper-Jan. 17, J. Woollam, St Alban's, silk throwster-Jan. 17, J. Holland, Buxted, Sussex, draper-Jan. 21, B. O'Beirne, Bath, wine merchant-Jan. 16, G, B.Orchard, Bath, upholsterer-Jan. 23, H. Drake, Barnstaple, attorney-at-law-Jan. 24, Subscribers-only content

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    intend re. maining at the palace during the Easter holidays. At Brighton, her Majesty visited the Earl of Liverpool, at Buxted park. The Queen and Prince Albert, while on the road to Arundel Castle, were unconsciously exposed to a dan- Subscribers-only content

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    the Universities.' On his resignation of the master- ship of Trinity, he retired to Buxted, and devoted himself to his spiritual duties. He preached in Buxted church on Sunday, January I1th, for the last time, and expired after a short Subscribers-only content

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    Wolverhampton, ironfounmder. [Bennett and Thsorne, Wolverhasopton. S. Parsons, Wolverltampton, edge-tool manuufacturer. [Motteramn and Knowles, Birmisuglhame. DIVIDENDS. May 19, J. Holland, Buxted, Sussex, draper-May 21, J. Page, Devonshire terrace, Fmlliaims road, riuilder-'May 20, It. Banister, Portsea, draper-Mhay 20, Rl. Freemain, Wisbeach Subscribers-only content

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    the 2.5t11, Lord ltollo, to Agnes Brace, aides: daughter of Cipt. aid thie toie. Mrs Trotrcr, |1ibarhs.-On the 26ti, at Buxted, Sussex, Mr J. Borer, in his 74th yaer-on the 28th, at XVanstvad, in her 85th year-, irs Reynolds-OC the Subscribers-only content

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    at St. Petersburg this season is thirty-five, of whom only three devote their attention exclusively to sculp- ture. The well-known Buxted Rocks which, though not scheduled in the Ancient Monuments Bill, are quite as remarkable a testimony to the cunning Subscribers-only content

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    reea thre co- preceding lot ....................... 4 0 7 LeT B.-FORDI i3ROtsltaruel LITTLEFORGE FARAis.8, 1 ice this pesriebes of Riotierlelei, Buxted, aind A~slalrlrl. - esisidistent asoot two neiles frers Crowlberocegis creel -Buxteel Stations, on the Irrobridge Wells nolad Birightoce le- Subscribers-only content

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    1tROs IC ndiTT--LE' 'lEAIR, IS in the parishes of 'Rettrleselil, Boxted, and AlaytleAd. equi~distant anoot two miles from Crowborougis and Buxted Stations, on the Tunabridge Wells and Brighten Line. with Farnihouses and t-Iorn'staDls........... 120 1 12 r LOT 9.-BEDESTONS FARM, Subscribers-only content

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    the Adeiphi. The Bishop ot 31adras has arrived iin England on sis months' leave of absence, and is staying at Buxted, in SusseX. The Refcrc4 says: If the police strike -we mnav escape with our lives, but if the postmen Subscribers-only content

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    Lieutenant Sohwatka's expedition in i 1880. Not the least interesting mementos, how-l ever, are two lent by Miss Gell, of Buxted Rectory-t Franklin's Bible (with an inscription). and a portion i of his journal. The most prominent feature of the Subscribers-only content

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    ON n T1ue DAY OF MEEsTING. e Sept. 25 A. Watson, Liverpool, ship broker. it - 26 J. Holland, of Buxted, draper. d - 26 R. S. Saxby, Old Fish-street, wine merchant. -t 26 J. A. Forrest. Liverpool, glass merchaut. Subscribers-only content

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    Fine Arts. THE RAv. Dn. CHsaTorGisn WonDs8oOrsTr, for- a merly Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, died Feb.:2nd, P Il at Buxted parsonage, Sussex. Do. Wordsworth was born h| at Coekermouth, Cumberland, in 1774, and was a younger Id brothier of Subscribers-only content

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    L ad Catherine Julia Harcourt, one of the three daughd and co-heeiresses of the lest Earl of Liverpool, late of Buxted House, Uckiflaid. Sussex, who died on the 5th of December last,were proved orthe23rd ult. by her husbanid, Lieutenaot.Colonel Francis Subscribers-only content

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    1878; May~ let, 1879 ; and April 16th, 1880) of Colonel Franci s n. Vecrnon Harcosurt, J.P., D.L., late of Buxted, Pork,' ed Sussex, of St. Clare in the Isle of W~ight, and of Canlton ~ce Gardens, Who died on Subscribers-only content

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    of health resorts, Brighton and ri rt Tunbridge-wells. The Brighton coach daily passes, as le between Lewes and Taubridge-wells, the Buxted Rocks, a rIn a quiet nook in the most beautiful of our home vi counties-Sussex-and in the centre of Subscribers-only content

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    Evelyn, Esq., uf Felbridree, in Surrey,' by Annabells, sistcr and (in her issue) sole heir of George Medley, Esq., of Buxted, Friston, and Coneyburrows, all in Essex. Lady Milton was born in London Srd July, 1812, and nanrie(I first, 16th Subscribers-only content

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