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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    armoar plating. WIFE MUBDER IN NORFOLsc.-NORWicon, TUESDAY.- This afternoon Mr. Press, the coroner for Norfolk, coin- menced an inquest at Deopham, in that county, on the body of Aim Reynolds, who had been killed by her husband having beaten her Subscribers-only content

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    lRev. Isaac Robiinson, M.A., ltector or Oulton, Sufolir; Vicar of Guilden Sutton, Cheater. Treglown Rev. J. S., B.A., Vicar of Deopham, Norfolk' Sunday Evening Lecturer at Wymondham Pariah Chureob Pairoms, the Trustees. Vaughan Rev. F_. Curate of St. Luke'sa, H1amneremith; Subscribers-only content

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    OF DODD'S DYSPEPS I TABZETS. TfBE follovirg lotter from r1rs. Bowman, of High Elm Farm. Deopham. W3 aondham, Norfolk. shonid be erough to induce any one suffering from Ineopestioa to give Dodd's Dys;epns:s Tabletr a trial. 2rs. Bowmnan, eractng on Subscribers-only content

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    CURED OF INDIGESTION BY THE USE OFl DODD'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS. The following letter from Mirs. Bowman, of Eight Elm Farm, Deopham, Wymoudham, Nor- foUil, should be Fuough to induce anyone suffering from "ndiestion to give Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets a trial. Subscribers-only content

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    TacE FATAL ASSAULT ON A WIFE IN NORFOLK.- YORWICII, WEDESDAY,.-The inquest on the body of Ann Reynolds, whho died at Deopham, Norfolk, under circum- stauces already reported, terminated in the rather strange l verdict of " Death from natural causes." Subscribers-only content

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    Hereford. t RebuildiB the church at Parr, near St. Heiensncare; d UrM !:arnbMoughtb on ;Cowley, near Oxford; Mnear Wae ; Deopham, near WymonamTe. =dea, H er hl, 8ussex; Lentego, nar ford, Cornwl; Sand'ford, near Oxford; and Sprlghorpe, ] earw Ginshorough Subscribers-only content

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    a pensioner, and carrying a ball that wounded him in his loins to his death. On the 3rd inst., at Deopham, aged 80, Mr. Wm. Whitehand. On the 3rd inst., aged 67, Sarah, wife of Mr. James Page, miller, Ludham. Subscribers-only content

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    daughter of the lute Henry Berney Cardwell, Esq., formerly of Hilborough-hall. Norfolk. On the 31st ult., at Fritton, ii. Millard, Deopham, to Anna Maria Ellen, youngest daughter of the late Lieut. -Col. Geo. Wilson, H.E.1.C.5., of Ditchingham- lodge. Onthe 31st Subscribers-only content

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    N. 1., second son of tbe late Rev. A, B. Spry, Vicar of Standford, Norfolk. On the 24th ult., at Deopham, aged 88, Robert Easton, farmer. On the Ist inst., in this city, aged 41, Thomas Henry Colman, Bon of Subscribers-only content

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    and of Messrs. Prickett and Son, Land Agents and Auctioneers, 62, Chancery- lane, W.C. r ON THURSDAY NEXT. HALL FARM, DEOPHAM. Four Miles from Wymondham, and Five from Harding- ham and Attleborough Stations, SALTER and SIMPSON ARE favoured with instructions Subscribers-only content

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    On Toesday the 30th day of June instant, At 1 hree o'clock in the Alternoon, A Small FRLEHOLD ESTATE, in Deopham ; consisting of a messuage, barn, stable, and 4 Acres, or thereabouts, of inclosed arable and pasture Land adjoining, Subscribers-only content

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    ot l ' A FARM ;. consisting ofa Dwtlling- XJ. house, barn, stable, and ouLhouses standing against the Green, in Deopham, near Wv.Mo._lA_. in the county of Norfolk ; with about 35 Acres of very rich Arabic and Pasture Land, Subscribers-only content

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    Flowers, who quits the same at Michaelmas next. The principal part Freehold. Lot a. A DOUBLE COITAGE, also standing next Deopham Green, with gardens, in the occupation of the under-tenants of the said Widow Flowers, who have had notice to Subscribers-only content

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    next, or sooner, at the option of the Purchaser, \ Complete little FARM, situate in the i\ several parishts of Deopham and Hingham, in the county of Norfolk, in the occupation of Mr. Jonathan Dey t the owner ; consisting Subscribers-only content

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    next, or sooner, at the option of the Purchaser, A Complete little FARM, situate in the /"\ several parishes of Deopham and Hingham, in the county of Norfolk, in the occupation of Mr. Jonathan Dey, the owner; consisting ofa dwelling- Subscribers-only content

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    G6th year, Mr. h. "aeon, wine merchant, of this pity. c Yesterday sennight died, aged (32, Mr. Stephen Taylor, of Deopham, io this county. Wednesday, last died, aged 82, Mris. Mary of St, Stephen's, in this city. On Friday last Subscribers-only content

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    ' A Very desirable, snjall FARM; consisting a^Jl af a dwelling-house, with about 40 Acres of extremely good Laud, in Deopham, h. Wymondham, in Norfolk, and nowin the occupation of Mr. Jolley. Possession may be had at Michaelmas nest. A Subscribers-only content

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    SOLD by AUCTION. B r w. person, On Wednesday the 21s*., and Thursday the 2£d d:.ys of September, 18(W, at Deopham, near A ttieburgh, Norfolk, Fanning Stock, Implements in Hus- JL bandry, Household Furniture, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, of Messrs. Subscribers-only content

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    On Tuesday, Sept. 'JOth, 1808, and following day. on the Premises now in the occupation of Messrs. SPARK- HALLS, at Deopham, near Attlehurgh, in Norfolk, •*7 Excellent Cows, 5 strong and useful Horses, I / a foal, four score of Subscribers-only content

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    which are nearly new. To~b7sOLD by AUCTION, By i HO MAS DRIVER, On Monday the i>orh of November, 1809, At Deopham, near Hingham, in the county of Norfolk, PART of the Farming Stock, Houshold Fur- niture, and all the Dairy Subscribers-only content

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