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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn h ystod ei oes uwchlaw 40,000p. ar etholiadau. Y Bu farw tad a mam y dydd o'r blaen yn Elstead, s Snrrey, mewn canlyniad i fwyta pwdin, yn yr hwn y rhoddasid arsenic mewn carngymeriad; Yr oedd pedwar o'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    small 750 - - 28 Farnham, great - -2,100 - - oi. Frenshain, great & small 660 - - 38 Elstead, great and small 330 - - 20 Seal, great and small - 375 a - 25 Godalming, great - Subscribers-only content

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    Bennett, Roahampton Goaul ourn, Right Han. Henry, Bitchworth Goulbonrn, E., Bitchworth Gowser, Wee. Leveson, 'litsey Grantley, Lord, Wonersh Gravatt, George, Elstead Giray, James, i.ambeth Green, Wlidam, Titsey Grenfell, R. W., Carshalton Greville, Richard, Witley Grimm, Pancratt, Claremont Gumobrell, John, jun., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Highland Road" (4-5) have that fresh, crisp, out-of- door feeling that characterises all his best pictures. Mr T4.Collier's "Near Elstead, Surrey" (157), and "A Sandy Road in Sussex " (80), are genuine sketches, the grey sky, the;'wide stretch of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inquest held on Saturday on the body of a boy named Alfred Hockley, of Elstead, near Gruildiford. The boy wvent on to the common between Elstead and Tiltfend, and there found a number of blank unfired cartridges which had been Subscribers-only content

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    eonveni- once. FieasntJy situated one 'mile from Now Stroes.-Adelress, 15. 0.,PoetOlicFives Ways. dull1 H FANDSWOHTH.-HOUSE to be LET, BreedwoodPlace, Hans- Elstead Read; Desaring end Dining Rooms, tire Kitcheons, China Closet, five Bed Rooms, small Garden. Rent £20. cli93 AD RPYPark Subscribers-only content

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    our way throngh Tilford right on for Zrooksbury Hill), was the 1st Brigade, with its infantry and artillery, passing through Elstead, and to the far left the 2nd IDivision, under General Carey, who was to try to turn the right Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -int, I, - k W 0oa th.-Apply -t , bdritcy 'ArecD, Woleirluh iriptoo.ite ilOGARY Trade- Wanted. an e~trerdAetn Apyto G(.xulr Feeman, 30. High Sitreet, Wercuttr Good 4 ( 0ElI-atd .JuirAspit odrefvriCttC. X reizuiredl.-AINIy. 11,Ncls.to S.-treet Wc.,t. on61r pA l{ElS.- Subscribers-only content

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    tihe Blackburn Philanthropic Burial Society. Prisoner was remandield for eight days. A family, named CiTANDL.EE, residing at a public-house at Elstead, a village about four miles from Godalming, have been poisoned by partaking of a pudding with which some arsenic Subscribers-only content

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    Captain Moore's conaduct was condemned. A FAMILY POISONED IN SURREY. A fatal case of poisoning by arsenie has occurred at Elstead, a smelil village sbouts four miles from Clodanlming. A fatmily named Chtansler, keeping theo Woolpaick public- house, after partaking Subscribers-only content

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    2: 1 12 1 £3 1 2 1 1 J. T. COLLINS, ('J Jos0itir 'l.Ol itt:, .iecrctlrv,| THE POISONING( AT ELSTEAD. Ait oenqsticy wits openled e1 S.ittolbsy, onl theo bodlies of Mr'. antl alrs. Cltimllce'r atii ti thoir Oell, who Subscribers-only content

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    Hall, Haslemere. The 1ev. RICHARD tliNRIY BAKER, Linehmere. G LO RGE HAHER, Msq., Stilland, North Chapel. The Itev. JOTIN BLUCK, Elstead, Godalming. THOMASX BUTLER. Esq., Downiand, Liphook. CHIAS. COTTON HBUTTERFIELD Esq., Peterstleld. The Hion. J. C CAIINEGlP Fair Oak, Peterstield. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jsp., JAngs Cheetham rhom, Ar.,edw J. T. Barnes, Bs.A .., N .ttinghamy, Esq., BePnniKrs w WV. Brock E . Bromifeld, Elstead ; H. F. Border 10 CJ. Burnet; J. CAmpboll, D.D. ; F. A Cox, D.D.; .Cr wen, Reading ; Subscribers-only content

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    the Surrey n'ission, M .the Revs. R. Ashton and J. M. Soule, Battersea; also by co /th Rev. 1. Bromfield, Elstead, representative of the society re, a for reviving its interests and increasing its funds; and we th' hope that Subscribers-only content

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    of Messrs. J. Bucley Sharp and Brother patent agents, Leeds and Bradford :-Jabez Bunting Varier, of Halifax, and John Hirst, Elstead, for improve- ments in machinery for preparing spinning, doubling, and winding wool, mohair, a1pacasi Zlei, cotton, or orther fibrous Subscribers-only content

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    and Ely-place, London. lthatlj BPAfDnOE.-OCt. 11th, at her residence, Oxton Hall, Choshire, Biss Ellen Bradley. COnNWAL.-Oct, 10th, at Burford Lodge, Elstead, Surroy, aged 75, Eear-Admire! Cornweu'. ENTWISerE.-Oet. 10th, aged 70, Mtargaret, youngest daughter of the late John Entwisle, Esq., Foxholes, Subscribers-only content

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    the former day at Frensham, nearer the ILog's Back, a nd with a frontage on the three important bridges, Tilford, Elstead, and Somerford, on the roads between it and that dominant eminence, These were held by its foreposts, and its Subscribers-only content

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    TIIB LSTEAD Pox0jsoi.NG CASE.- Thei ad- journed inquest on the bodies of Air, and Mcrs. bhandler and their sOn, n-ho were poheened by arsenic last week at Elstead, was resumed on Wadneeday, The jury retursted a verdict of "Aceideatal death," Subscribers-only content

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    o' Aar-UTTIOtN.-In consequencle of the recent fatal accideLt to a hoy at Guilatord, playing witi a cartridge piecked up at Elstead, and dropped with others by troops during the manceuvres. orders have been s |geven at Aldershbt for thei men Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that it waa a northern force pursuing a southern force that had retired across the river Wye at Tilfordi |and Elstead, leaving s fur-ce on the Fox H~ills to corer its passage. The division moved by Bisley and Tunnel- hill, Subscribers-only content

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