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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in a Handbill postpd up in F`1tistow, as all~ CAUTION" to pre- vent persons from supporting the intended idclosure of Hainault or Waltham Forest, viz. . Thefau'l is grea in Matt or W toman, W pho steatS a Goosefrosln qoa Subscribers-only content

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    12 - West Flanders 6*0,000 8 - South Brabant * - 505,000 7 - North Brahant - 332,000 X - Hainault - - * 558,000 6 - Liege and Limburg 66,000 5 - Antwerp - - 330,000 6 - Guelderland Subscribers-only content

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    TO PRINTERS AND EDITORS OF NEWSPAPERS. N EWSPAPXR for SALE.-For Sale, a WEEKLY LIBERAL NEWSPAPER, in apopulouspart of the North of Englndwit a oodcirulaton nd n ecelentAdvertising connesiOn. A lucrativ e Printing Business mayabde mnaed-e ien ron j riin Subscribers-only content

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    A piece called Hainault Forest was produced on .the opening night. We did not see it, but the Chronicle had a remark on the style of its produc- tion which is obviously just and forcible 4 "Hainault Forest is described Subscribers-only content

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    and concluding volume comprpses 'sketches of the lives of Margaret, Isabel, and Ka.. 1 tberine, of France; of Philfippe of Hainault of Anne Iof Bohemia; of Joan of Navirre and Maarhre& of Anjou; of Elizabeth Wydevilie and Anne Neville.. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    particular in noticing their sovereigns. - On Friday, according to aocient custom, the annual fair held on the borders of Hainault forest, called Fairlop, took place. - The Royal Cambrian Institution and Ancient Britons have resolved to give their valuable Subscribers-only content

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    naval service! He was also asked to repeat experiments with his " long range," I by which he professed in Hainault Forest to hate rased forts and torn up rocks at the distance of two and six miles; but this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STORY-Information was received a few days since at Scotland yard that the body of a man had been found in Hainault Forest, near Woodford, Essex. The discovery was made by a boy, who stated the precise spot in which he Subscribers-only content

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    upon him. A WOMAN ROASTED ALIvE.-The following horrible event is said to have occurred very recently in a parish of Hainault, Flanders:-A short time ago, a woman suffering from a rheumatic disorder, consulted an itinerant quack doctor, who found means Subscribers-only content

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    presence at Quesnoy proves to me that our cousin of France has not forgotten that his mother 'was Isabella of Hainault, of the blood of Charlemagne, and sister to our venerated father Baldwin of Constantinople, 'who left us when we Subscribers-only content

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    THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. pRolC.EDIN(*S OF THE LE(SIBLATIVE ASSEMBLY, NATURASISATION OPt FORBIoNErs.-O Friday1afterheAsseIJlY bad adoqpted the proposal: of she committea reliative to the rkaturalisa- tion of foreigners, it decided thst..4o nauraised foreigner could be appointed minister of estate without a Subscribers-only content

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    is the art less associated with the names of celebrated historical characters. With the tale of the unfortunate Jacquehine of Hainault it cao never cease to be identified. The futile career of Palissy and Bl6ttcher entitles them to a place Subscribers-only content

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    tender to erect the countyluna- tic asylum for 63,4661. We understand that the greater portion of the timber standing in Hainault, Epping, and Walthamn forests will be cut dlown during the ensuing year, and the land will be enclosed and Subscribers-only content

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    with the unanimous concurrence of court and audience-of legal and public opinion." SINGULAR TRIAL INe BmLGIoU.-The High Criminal Court of Hainault, at Mons, has been engaged for the last fortnight in a trial of singular interest. The accused are the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    By virtue of a late act, operations were commenced yesterday week to disafforest a portion of Waltham Forest called " Hainault Forest." The boundary lines are being marked ont for the purpose of inclosure. The part known as is Epping Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a feudal sovereignty at SNale in Bithynia, with the title of Dueke. One Regnier de Trit, a gentle man of Hainault, appeared at Philipopolis in Thrace in a tmilar cha; ramter: ansd that these trading principalities might attain to d Subscribers-only content

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    Deati-i S~t 6 Panl'$7; the'msiislie ef'Dttltyich College, uiis tiany iis1uten'-; tial ieitle eruninbiectedF itk theeperish. -Fourteea tboisaui'oak. timber trees, standing Hainault Forest; lhave-rteently- been sold by' order of the ternmen-' 'Ilir, Rt'R, eeP~e.farmer, d'." Et~le FPield,"i n0^ar:C~lelte~nlam, di'ed 've'ry sud~denly. Subscribers-only content

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    of the building, except of the most trifling kind. A notice issued from the Land Revenue Office, in Whitehall place, announces that henceforth no fair will be allowed within the Crown allotment in Hainault Forest. Fairlop Fair is therefore abolished. Subscribers-only content

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    Weedon is the manner in which agricultural operations are managed by the servants of the Crown in the forest of Hainault. There is a strong family resemblance between the revelations made by Colonel Boldero and Mr Caird; especially the common Subscribers-only content

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    by the Department of Woods and Forests on the crown allotment of Hainault, and moved a resolution that the costs of management on the crown allotment of Hainault, since the date of the act under which it was disafforested, had Subscribers-only content

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