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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his plan to cure smoky chimneys, and author of the treatise on "The Art of Swimming." On Thursday week, at Grainthorpe, near Touth, in consequence of a kick from a horse, which he received the day previous, John Hoodlass, better Subscribers-only content

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    Edmund E arl Of Serrey Medoza Boilrgbroke lnder Witch Maid of the Mist Bridegrooni Flytrap Princess Bangle FaucOnberg Quarantine Cronstadt Grainthorpe Reportar Confidence Hetman Serious Case Chalyoeate Lyra The bMonk Don John Lincoln Topsy Ground in good order. I ISCOLX Subscribers-only content

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    Plantation, near Louth, where several diseased animals have been buried. One of these vermin was seen between Marsh Chapel and Grainthorpe, and we have heard of a case of rinderpest occurring on the immediate spot just afterwards. Great indignation is Subscribers-only content

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    Procter Mountain, ilaiterer, to Caraline, eldest daughter of Maart Darker, wool merchant, all of Leeds. IrsiloAtr-MlntmrNlw.-O the 2ad March. at Grainthorpe, by the Rer. L. Is Earle, Wim. Nowman to ars. . M. YLirrikin, of (Urain. thorpe House. SsIrrsT1-RHoDFe.-On the Subscribers-only content

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    ParishaChurch, by the Rev. A. Trambelt. y tA.. Vicar of B.on; Bortton. assisted by the Rev. T. LonhleylA, Viar of Grainthorpe, Linre. father nd brotber-in law of the bridegroom, the Odes. Claude Alfred Lam- -ert, BA., of Trinity College, (nmbridre, Subscribers-only content

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    Debonham, Donningtou, Dersinghiam Driffield Dou. caster Elton, Eye, Eccles, Eastwood, Farnham, 'Trams. den, VInedon, Faktnham, Falstone, Gisliugharn, Gar. tborpe, Golcar, Grainthorpe, (GloBsop, Girliughami, Halifax, Haborough, Hariwicke, Hidtcn, Huddersfield, Hebden Bridge, Heptonstall, Holmfirth, IHastiigs, Habergharn Eaves, Hoo, Horbury, Heywood. Ingisaus, Ironbridge, Subscribers-only content

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    1tale; Rev. W. Elmhiret,Vicar cf Stainbolouh; Pe.li, Knight, Vicar of Felkirk; Rev. J. Hoylard, brielir! Rev. T. Lotauley, Vicar of Grainthorpe; Rev. 1. Hollywood, Vicar of Bankioot, Bratioid; Bet, W. F. Wilberforce, York; 1eav. P. H. Ai1t Vicar of Glaisdale Subscribers-only content

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    Westmoreland Yesterdavy Mr. Christopher Ayscough Westmorelani, farmer, North Cotes, and Grainthorpe, Lincolnabire, camt up for public examination at (irimsby Town Hall, before the REGisTRAn of the Grimsby County Court, (Mr. W. 11. Daubuey). Mr. MOoNUDT2s, Grimabv, appeared on behalt of Subscribers-only content

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    interred yesterday morning. The friends of the fanily, the Rev. A 'Lambert, Vicar of Weeton; the Rov. T. Lougley, of Grainthorpe Vicarage, Griieby; the Rev. M. Kennedy, Dr. Macaulay, and Mr. A' Smith went quietly from the Manor HIouse, across Subscribers-only content

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    B D Censor of Unattached Students, Oxford, Grand .Chap'ain of English FreemasofiA Rev. T. C. mminoins1, f M.A.; Vicar of Grainthorpe, Lincolnshire - patrons, : 1Magdalene Collcge, Cambridge. Rev. A. J. Soden; VicDar of Hogithorpe, Lincolnshlre-jpatron, the Bishop of Lin- Subscribers-only content

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    of the 34 polling districts, the decrease being most marked in the following places:-Mablethorpe, 35; Market Rasen, 42; Tetney, 22; Grainthorpe, 21: Wragby 20- Utterby and Ludford 15 each; and Somercotes, 18. There is an increase of six lodgers, a Subscribers-only content

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    by Thurstan, of Birmingham, and ccutaieeed 170 sBiles maid sevetiy-five bobs. It was conducted by J Regers. MiR. RlATEOT, of Grainthorpe, Liucolnshire, hns had the mis- fortuie Io lose two 'vyleablo horsno within the last week, it is supposed rleei Subscribers-only content

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    9 &Leonora.......... 4 610 Croagh Patrick...... 5 8 3 Sibylla.......... 4 6 8 The Monk (in. 12lh ex) 6 710 Grainthorpe....... 3 62 Doncaster ..:...... 6 77 Topsy ........... 3 6 0 Donne Canne (in. 5ib Chaff ......3 6 0 Subscribers-only content

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    F. Rowland's Donrastor. 6 yrs, Sat Iaib ....... t.... Gritrlaknay3 Mir T. Cooper's Ladlybird, Syre, 7atolbb............J. Nightingall 4 Mr tuliam'ns' Grainthorpe, yIOe, 781 ........... ...,.....,......,......Arnott 0 M~r Mlartinss' Key of the Gate, 6 yea. Oat ilb . ...........J Griiil~ir w Subscribers-only content

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    and D.NAVONE,jan., Great Wiuchester-street-buildings, merchants-WY. T. ADCOCK, Bainbow-hill; Worcester, stock and share broker-J. HARVEY, jun., Cliften Wood, Bristol, builder-C. 130R11RLL, Grainthorpe, near Great Grimsby, tailor, draper, and grocer-J. GREENWOOD, Bradlord, Yordshire, weol and waste dealer-lt. C. BURGE, Bristol, hotel keeper. Subscribers-only content

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    obedient servant, 11Gio. B~Rtms.", " Wyfield Manor, Newbury, Dec. 1886." On Tuesday se'nnight the agent of Magdalen College attended at Grainthorpe, near Grimsby, to receive the tithe-rent, but forty-seven out of seventy refused to pay because the College authorities would Subscribers-only content

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    out the well. known watering place Mablethorpe, the Haven and lree Port of Saltfleet, the thriving and populous districts of Grainthorpe, Conisholme. North and South Soniereots and Cockeringtons, Theddlethorpes, Trustborpe, Sutton' and other villages, together with the rich marsh land Subscribers-only content

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    le the well-known watering-place Mablethkorpe, the Haven Y, and Free Port of Saltileet, the thriving and pnpulousta Id districts of Grainthorpe, Conisholmie, North and South war re Somercotes, and Cockeringtons, Theddlethorpes'True- wlt 10 thorpe, Sutton, and other villages, together with Subscribers-only content

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    the guild of the Holy Triuity, the guild of St. Mary, and P the guild of the blessed Mary of Grainthorpe, he would not V enter into a-description of these chantries and -guilds, as f nothing turned upois them 'in Subscribers-only content

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    third, u e similar distance divided the third and fourth. Key ofth e Gate was fifth, The Sapper sixth, and Grainthorpe svemt t HER MAJEMTY's PLATE of 1CO guineas, for 3-yr oldt ad upwards. Two uiles. 5 Mr. W. F'Ason's Subscribers-only content

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