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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , care of Mr. J. Pearce. Grove; Villas. Ewi-11. .Surrey. SUSSEX. - To be LET at once*, for two months, CATSFIELD RECTORY. Furnished; two and a half miles from Battle Station ; three good reception-rooms, also small sitting- room, nine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stanhope and horse ; terms moderate.- Apply to Major-General Chapman, Farnborough. SUSSEX.- To" be LET aY once, for two month-. CATSFIELD RECTORY, Furnished; two and a half miles from Battle Station ; three good reception-rooms, also small sitting- room, nine Subscribers-only content

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    diUy, W. EAST SUSSEX (in lovely country, near Normanhurst Court and Battle Abbey).- To be LET, Furnished, for three mouths, CATSFIELD RECTORY ; Battle Station two and a haU miles, BexhiU four and a half: three good reception-rooms. 10 bed- Subscribers-only content

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    E.C. EAST SUSSEX (in lovely country, near Norrr.anhurst Court and Battle Abbey).- To be LET, Furnished, for three j months, CATSFIELD RECTORY ; Battle Station two and a half miles, Bexhill four anil a half; three good reception-rooms, 10 bed- Subscribers-only content

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    SSEX (in lovely country, near Noi man hurst Court and Battle Abbey).- To be LET. Furnished, for two ; months, CATSFIELD RECTORY ; Battle Station two and a hslf I miles, Box hill four aud a half: three good reception-rooms, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stabling, kc; near to church, post, golf, and cricket, and within a drive of Bexhill ; moderate terms. Apply Rector, Catsfield. Battle, HERTS.- To LET, on Lease, Old-fashioned RESI- DENCE, standing in own grounds, 12i acres : South aspect; gravel Subscribers-only content

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    Alexander Chirol, 8.A., of Clare Hall, Cambridge, to Harriet Alicia, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Denny Ashbnrnbani, rector of Catsfield and vicar of Ditchling, Sussex. On Monday, the 29th ult., at Dewshury, hy the Rev Thomas Allbutr, M.A., vicar, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Commander, April «9, 1802} Captain, April 8, ISOS ; Bear Admiral. June 10. 1837. Married, on the 14th ult. at Catsfield, Walter Prldeaax. Esq. of Dark Lane. London, to Elisabeth, third daughter of Lieutenant Colonel Williams, Royal Engineers, ot Caisfteld Subscribers-only content

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    HORTICULTURE. The Flowir Garden. - Owing to the lengthened period of cold and sunless weather which we have ex- perienced since Christmas, vegetation of all kinds is in a backward state, but we may soon hope for a change, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NORTHAM WORKING MEN'S CONSERVATIVE CLUB. ANNUAL DINNER. A very successful gathering was the tbird annual dinner of the members of this club, which took place on Saturday evening, in the Drillhall of the First Hants Artillery Volun- teers, St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHEISTCHUECH, November 17. The Hon. GrANTLBy Berkeley met with a severe accident to bis ancle, on Taesday, in jumping from a bask, while partridge shooting at Beacon Lodge. Petty Sessions.- Magistrates preaent : W. W. Farr, Esq., H- Castleman, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORN AVERAGES. Statement showing the quantities sold and average price of British corn (imperial measure) aa received from tbe inspectors and officers of Excise in the week ended May 4, 1895, conformably to the Act 46 and 4» Vie. Subscribers-only content

    Diary or Woodfall's Register, TUESDAY JANUARY 12 1790

    ARTICLES of CAPITULATION'. The garrifon which were made priSoners in Fort Uillo, on the z7th of December laft, was conduaed to Antwerp, efcorted by Captain LeyiTens, and Captain Corthabl's zompanies, and a detachment of dragoons commanded by Lieutenant Harrewyn. Subscribers-only content

    London Chronicle, FROM TUESDAY OCTOBER 29 TO THURSDAY OCTOBER 31 1793

    Coldcall, aged 71 ; by whofe 11 death a ilali at lnoche-cr and at Chichefter, with the livings of KingilUown, Catsfield, and Afh- burnham, become vacant. :h Bank Stock,- Long.Ann. al a a 9- is *3 per Cent. Red. 7, Subscribers-only content

    London Gazette, FROM SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12 TO TUESDAY NOVEMBER 15 1785

    Efq; Theoiore Henry Broadhead, of * Carihalton, Efq; Fraricis Sergifo-n, of Cuckfield, Efq; Richard Combee, of'Lewves, Efiq; William Markwvickc, of Catsfield, Efiq; John Hallifax, of Kenilworth, Efq; . John Taylor, of Bordefley, Efiq; Robert Bir.1, of Barton on the Heath, Subscribers-only content

    Morning Herald, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1784

    is nearly - the to) : tuiYgufi~nds a year, deficends *o his heir at lawI deaied t Wo-f~a'q~it; Efq. of Catsfield, in threafern fon me nofthe-coupty. . he~had J h Houfe of 'Cavendium fIauds. eminently. 'Marchi lbnguified at..this pet jod Subscribers-only content

    St. James's Chronicle or the British Evening Post, FROM SATURDAY JULY 4 TO TUESDAY JULY 7 1789

    * Married.] Saturday; Henry ~efanu, Efq. to Mi1s Sheridan, fifter of A. B. Sheridan, Efq.- uefday laf, W. Markwick, of Catsfield, in Suffex, Ef. to Mifs Dale, of Southampton.- Wednefday, at Dublin, the- Right Honourable Lord Vificont Powerfcourt, to- Lady Subscribers-only content

    English Chronicle, FROM SATURDAY JULY 24 TO TUESDAY JULY 27 1790

    Brook, for Sealing a bay marc, value lice. fixteen pounds, the property of Mr. Edimund Crut- 3 no tendcn, of Catsfield. Jamtes Weft, for ftealing a mare, the property of Mr. Thomas Akyerfl, of Beckley. And John Smith, for horfe-fleal'g-. Subscribers-only content

    Whitehall Evening Post (1770), FROM SATURDAY JANUARY 9 TO TUESDAY JANUARY 12 1790

    I COUNTRY NEWS. I Oxford, Janz. 9. To what has been alieady . :adduvcd in proof of the wildafsf of thc prdcflt i feafonr, ;tie have to add, that on C-ifirims-dily a a blackbird's newt, it .four.cggs, was found Subscribers-only content

    Lloyd's Evening Post, FROM FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16 TO MONDAY FEBRUARY 19 1776

    appear Feb. za, March z, and 30, at Gildltail, London. Attorney, Mr. Clement, in Half Nichol-ftreet, Shoreditch. John Langford, of Catsfield, in SulfEx, Dealer. To appear leb. 23, March 5, and 30, at Gujldhall, London. Attoriney, Mr. Adaons, IMIark-lane. John Subscribers-only content

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