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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coiningto l-ngland. i)uring the whole of their tour the young couple will observe the strictest incognito. At an inquest at Chiddingly, Snssex, on the tody of a young man named B~arnes, it transpired that, through being rejected by his sweetheart, Subscribers-only content

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    number of competitors had been spoken of, but two only contested Inr the prize-Pattison, the Flying Tailor, and Moon, the Chiddingly man. Tlhe distance was a quarter of a mile, and the racers had to leap ten hurdles; heats. Pattisn Subscribers-only content

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    25 soya a side, Bellevue. 25.-ib. Moon and Edwin Mullett (of Brighton) 100 yards, 10 soya hside Battandt all Inn, Chiddingly. APRIL. m~~~~~~~n.~ ~ ~ ~ ' Stafford Race Course, at amston. 6-Jaobn Smith and mharles Jenkinson, 440 yards, 50 Subscribers-only content

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    a side, Bellevue, 29.-F. Moon and Edwin Mullett (of Brighton) 100 yards, 10 soVS a aide, Bat and Ball Inn, Chiddingly. 29.-John Rudd and T. Barker (both of Middlesbro'), 100 yards, 5 sova a side, at that place. APRIL- 3.-Ainley Subscribers-only content

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    Birmingham., 16-T. Moon (of Cbiddiogly) and J. Smith (the Regent-atreet Pet), 100 yards, 20 sovs a side, Bat and Ball, Chiddingly. Sussex. 19.-Mat Bradley, the Flying Sweep (of Woodhouse Carr), and IJ ~ ~ ~ 1.-:.-., -l^vXw{laRdntA d 1ern - Subscribers-only content

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    made at the Rock Inn,X Kemp Town, Brighton, last Week, between the Unknoown Footman (of Brighton) and T. Moon (of Chiddingly), for5 sovs a side, to run 100 yards. Moon gives file yards start 3t will take place on the Subscribers-only content

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    Sarah Ann French, upon suspicion of having poisoned her husband, a labour- ing man formerly resident near the Gun Inn, Chiddingly. Tihe deceased expired suddenly on the 7th of January, and an inquest was held, but no facts came out Subscribers-only content

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    HlUNTING APPOINTMENTB. Sve Homrna.u. Her Majeety'a-Tuseday, 8cdrrd Toll Gate; Friday. Horge-shoes, War- field-at balf pat eleven. Constabl 'e, Sir Clifiord-Wedneeday. fipreatle; Saturday, Burton Pideea -at half-paot ten. Fox Houens. Atherstone-Monday. Congerstone; Wednesday, CrIoket's Inn, Friday, Coton Honee; Saturday. Corley-at Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. Wm. Wilkinson, St. Mary's, Sheffield. F Rev. Henry Gibson, Fyfield, Eseex. Rev. Charles Girdle- stone, Kingswinford. Rev. James Vidal, Chiddingly. Rev. e James Todd, Liskeard. Rev. J. T. Paterson, D.D., Sunder- C land. Rev. C. J. Goodhart, Chelsea. ProfessorBalfour, Subscribers-only content

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    DIcitAoL fo Tokeuhouse-Tard, Solidtor for the Executors, , 117EREAS GEORGE GUY, late of Hyh- : PaForm. in the parih of Chiddingly, in thecounty of Sussex, In England, farmer, deoeased, departe this life on or about the 2ftl dsy of May', Subscribers-only content

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    ad P~saici MILL, BeclesSuffolk, tailor, Oct. 12, at 4. adHzlNItDAnLczs, Mildenball, Suffolk, tailor, Oct. 14. at S. ~-JOHN HUvRT RAVEN, Chiddingly, Sussex, tate lodging-hous 15 keeper, Oct. 15, at IL. usa GEOaoR Popp. *A.RLIO, Feckenham, Worcesterahice, chemist, ad1 Oct. 11, Subscribers-only content

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    Ntaker, Emawmortih, beer re talle--Nov. 23. T.-Hudson. Portsmuouth, beer retailer-Nov. 21. C. Vincit Hastings, butcher-Nov. 21. 1 3J. H. Haves, Chiddingly, Sussex, iodgtiughouse keeper-Nov. 17. ~ B W. Sweet, Fowey, C, rnwall, blacksmith-Nov. 17. G B. Broken- aashaw, Fowey, C~rnwall, Subscribers-only content

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    manufacturer. James Gunning Pluukett, Liverpool, bar- man. Daniel Pearson, Liversedge V orsshire, and Ma.Kley, Staffordshire, iron smelter. John Henry Raven, Chiddingly, Sussex. John Rawusley, late of Little llorion, near Biaudt'ord, Dorsetshire, farmer. I'homa* Rogers, Newport, Shropshire, butcher. John Richards, Ca Subscribers-only content

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    KUdwick V. Clerical Orituary - On the 16th ult., at Jerusalem, aged 55, the Rev. J. H. Vidal, Vicar of Chiddingly, Sussex.- On the 26th ult., at Clifton, aged 73, the Rev. ' R. L. Hopper.- On the 24th ult., Subscribers-only content

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    Ash, grocer, Feb. 28 Canniug H. J., Great Wiuchester-street buildings, secretary to an engineer, March 6 Dray A. H., Swansbrook, Chiddingly, blacksmith, March 3 Marchisio J., Mark-lane, City, merchant, March 4 Metcalfe J. F.. Liverpool, cotton broker, March 5 Pitchford Subscribers-only content

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    more doubtful than their apprehension. - Dundee Advertiser. Charge of Murder by Poisokikg.- On Monday an inquiry was resumed at Chiddingly, a small village about eight miles from Lewes, before Mr. Gell, one of the county coroners, and a respectable Subscribers-only content

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    More-frnite "Fowler of East- Fight - the - good - flght-of • faith Hothly. White of Ewerst. Free-gift Mabbs of Chiddingly. Small-hope Biggs of Rye. Increase Weeks of Cnckflcld. Earth Adam* of Warbleton, Restore Weeks of the same. Repentance Avis Subscribers-only content

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    Motarhead, commission agent, Newgate- street, London. Thomas S. D. Shepherd, gentleman, Tork Houae, Forest Hill, Kent Thomas Coleman, licensed victualler, Chiddingly, Sussex. Oharlea Potbury, carpenter and builder, Old Windsor. Thomas Briggs. yarn merchant, trading as T. and W. Brigga, Oromford-court, Subscribers-only content

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    -on-h'<o-h - Snat of Uckfield. Search-tho- Scripture - Moreton of Staplehurst. More- fruit -Fowler of Heathleye. Fren-gift - Mabbs of Chiddingly. Increase - Weeks of Cuckfield. Restore - Weeks of ditto. Kill-sin- Pemble of Westham. Elected- Mitchell of Heathfield. Faint-not Subscribers-only content

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    the remain- ing 15s.- Devizes Gazette. Prolific Sow. - Last week a black sow belonging to Mr. H. Holman, of Chiddingly, brought forth twenty-three pigs at one farrow. Tbis is the third litter she has bad in less than a Subscribers-only content

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