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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M111c 1onNat, Ilauntisgdou ; Mr. Rethre- elmilmi's Cairo, ant of all eligcgolereere. Acegret 28, at 0.8 seer., Despaitee, sect of Elvastone Necesery, Derby ; Suebtlety, e eelt tfiseringtos Stakces, Derby. August Ii9, Nor' V/tester, ouit of ali enegegeseento-,ice Mr. Coembe's Subscribers-only content

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    Sandy- mount, Dublin, William David, eldest son of the late Thos. Nesbitt, Ballymacbrennan, County Down, aged 37years. Reade-December 24, at Elvastone, Buidleigh. Salter- ton, George C. Reade, Esq., brother of Sir John C. Reade, Bart., aged 79 years. Stuart-January 2 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ?. Bird; Grlgg v. Wilkinson; rear,. Suttonp Be Ship Long Assurance Company; Moggrtdgev Thaclewell; Melhng V. Bird; MhlWard V. Bardgett; Elvastone y Halo; Clarke v.Chatfleld Rellelglticn?c., Ballwrj Company. t Barons M.esraa bra Mean-To oT. It d? Psrktr ,.f Parker; Gas Subscribers-only content

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    Hugh Brown, Esq., M.D., of Lower Eaton-street, Pimlico, in the 74th year of his age. On Wednesday, Sept. 11, at Elvastone Cottage, Budleigh Salterton, in the 19th year of his age, Chandos Stanhope Reade, youngest son of George Compton Reade, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    central in a noble park ; the honour or bundled cf Wormelow, the manors or lordships of Irchiiv- fleld, Harewood, Elvastone, and Llandinabo, tho rectory of Llandinabo. the proprietary donative of Harewood, numerous laims, two inns, cottages, and lands, together Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Harewood and Jfeiherton Estat-s, with t_he honour or hundred of Wormelow, the manora or lordships of Irchin- ficld. Harewcod. Elvastone, aud Llandinabo, in the p Irishes of Harewood, Pencoyd, Hentland, Ballin.g*_iam, Llanwarne, Llandinabo, and Tretire, compriaing a capital mansion* Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nimsion, known a3 Hare-wood 11 >:i_t ; tiie linmirttl of Wormelow, tho m:-.noi . of Irchinileltl, Harewo 1, 1, Elvastone, the rectory of Llandinaho, the proprieta.-y donative of Harewoott, nuineroiis farms, two iii'H, cottages. and lauds, together about 1,1.0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as Uare_ood House, situate central in a noble pirk, tin hai Ire I of Wormelow, the manors of Irchinfteld. Harewood, Elvastone aud Llt.iidinabo, the rectory of Llandinabo, the proprietiry donative of Harewood, numerous farms, two inns, cott igei, ai.d lands, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is a true farmers' friend. The Farmers' Prospects.- Under this heading Mr Gil- bert Murray writes as follows. fr„m the Elvastone Estate Office, Derby c- The attention of landlords and tenant- farmers have feir several years been directed to tho Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r^jotrm-TM-MOW. I„. install"- Lord Rector of tbe University i ___. He was attended by three Earls, | «Mtf of distinction. The gdleries were , ,nd tlic whole neighbourhood of the college !L~ttb_ portions of the public Tbe stu- , Subscribers-only content

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