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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Par ToYNs BOuTH. former, SccringthorWi Grange, Lincolccshire. to ELIZAe- Par nsira, Second daughter of the lste Mr. ROBERcT HILL, of Harpswell Anl Grange, In the enme county.No dame day, at the New church, tlquare-road, Halifar, by the R1ev. C. Na Subscribers-only content

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    26, Oxford-street, W, London. b 10676 c A fatal accident happened last week at Honfleur to Captain Kelly, of the Harpswell, when walking up the zigzag which ascends the side of Mont Joli. Seeteg a little girl in danger of Subscribers-only content

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    Godfrey. Fenton, Rev. J. Bell. Glentworth, W. Simpson' Gayingham, Rev. C. Warren. Heaphan, R H. Wiow. Hardwick, J. Se er. Harpswell, R. B, Harrison. Hemswell, C. E. Fe- stone. Haxey (2), *J. Chapman, 216; 'J. Harris, 185; J. B. Taylor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    squaid, atid- the main body cut off their retreat in the dl;ectiom of tihe sea. Captain John Cu'- tis, of Harpswell, canlsed bis bargiie to be rowed alolngside of ane elf thte largest of the dolphins, himself standing with one Subscribers-only content

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    THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE. - TATTERSALL'S.MoMNDAy, Nov, 18. Business at Hyde Park Corner proved as dull, if not as dreary, as the state of the weather; yet it was not devoid of interest, inasmuch, as it shows that as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bull, Witham Common. The Earl Fitzwilliam's hounds Monday, at Kennel; Wednesday, at Aversley Wood; Thursday, at Thornhaugh. -TheBurton Hunt,Monday, at Harpswell; WednesdayatWickebhy; Thursday, at Wellingore; -atuda.v, at HIackthorn-honse, Lord Yarborough's hounds Monday, at Audleby; Wednesday, at Ayleshy Village; Friday, at Subscribers-only content

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    TIHE CHASE. I i-iUNTING APPOINTMENTS. (WE.ATHreR PrnRaTI'TTING.) The Marquis of Hastings' hounds, lMloniday, at Burnney Park; Wednesday, at LOclidngtOrl Hall, Saturday, at Coates Toll-bar. Thie Earl of Yarborough's fox-hounds, Monday, at Hllel Furzc; Wednesday, at Sornerby House; Friday, at Subscribers-only content

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    Thursday, at Radborne; and on Saturday, at Swarkstone Bridge-at 10. Sir R chard Sutton's hounds rill meet on Monday, at Harpswell and Swinetborp; on Tuesday, at Laugton Lodge; on Wednesday, at Kettlohthorp; onThlraday, at Dunhoalm Corner Plantatio2-atl2; and on Saturday, Subscribers-only content

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    past 10. Sir Richard Sutton's hounds will meet on Monday, at Saxilby; on Tuesdlay, at Branoton Wood; on VWednesday, at Harpswell; on Thurs- day, at Laugllon hy Wragh; u s Friday. at Swallowbeck; and on Sa- turday, at Redl Haill-at Subscribers-only content

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    Saturday, Staunton Park; at half-past ten. Bentinck's, Lord H.-.Monday, lagle Hall; Tuesday, Linwood by Rasen; Wednesday, Sudbrook; Thursday, Wellingore; Saturday, Harpswell; at eleven. Badsworth-Tuesday, Robin Hood's Well; Thursday, Darrington; Sa- turday, Ackworth Moor TOp' at ha- ast ten. Bedale-Monday, Tunstal: Subscribers-only content

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    Hill; at half-past ten. Bentinckks, Lord Henry-Monday, Barton; Tuesday, Panton; Wednesday, Wickenhy ; Thursday, Scopwicke ; Friday, Austacre Wood; Saturday, Harpswell; at eleven. Brambam Moor-Monday, Harewood Bridge; Wednesday, Croas-roads, Bras'ham Moor; Friday, The Wild Man; Satur- day, Wyke; at half-past Subscribers-only content

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    eleven. Aight~nTdaYoTuesday Snmstow Gate; Thursday, Little Onn Hall; Satur- dsy, Apley Park; at half-past ten. Bartoa Hunt (Lord H. Bentinck's)-Monday, Harpswell; Tuesday, Baunrber Hall; Wednesday, Greetwell House, Thursday, Snarford Bridge, Friday, Linwood by Rasen; Saturday, Coleby; at eleven. Brarnham Moor-Monday, Subscribers-only content

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    n 2, at the Kennel-at I before eleven. Sin RICICA5CD SUTTON'S HOtJY1DS will meet on Thursday a March 2, at Harpswell; and on Saturday Ith, at Nocton House- id at -1il o'clock. I )f LORD YAxnnonoucH'S HOUNzS will meet on Subscribers-only content

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    G. Radford Pym.-For the appoint- of ment of assistant master there were only two applications. as Mr. Henry Cotton, of Harpswell. was appointed-A letter had been received from the Edueation Department decliia- in to recognise the monitors appointed at High-street Subscribers-only content

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    (ship), from Liverpool, Sept. 11, off Junk, near M1onrovia. Heidelburg, from New Orleans for LiAverpool, OcI. 18, off Carysfort Beef. Harpswell (ship), from St. Stephen for Liverpool, Oct. 10, lat. 41.41, Ion. 518.32. Omar Pasha, for mouh-weet, Nov. , lat. Subscribers-only content

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    SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE CA SUALT IES. p Erlao¶,)) lonce fromt New York at Livrcpool, experienced a ter. Xrifi gal of rindfront N. to N.ll.. and a small parc of her piddle.. wheel haw received InJuop.- Liverpool, Feb. 2. 1 . Subscribers-only content

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    ton, Epworth, llaxey, Owston.Scotter, Kirtou, Scotton, Laughton Northope, Blyton, Hemswell, Willoughton, Blyborough, Pilham, Great Coringham, Gainsborough, Lea Knaith, Heaphlm, Springthorpe, Harpswell, Upton, Marton, Gate Burton, Willmgham, Glentworth, Filling- ham, Ingham, Coates, Stow, Thorpe in the Fallows, Cameriugham, Brattleby, Hackthorn, Welton.Scampton, Subscribers-only content

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    ton, Epworth, llaxey, Owston.Scotter, Kirton, Scotton, Laughton Northope, Blyton, Hemswell, Willoughton, Blyborough, Pilham, Great Coringham, Gainsborough, Lea Knaith, Heaphara, Springthorpe, Harpswell, Upton, Marton, Gate Burton, Willingham, Glentworth, Filling- ham, Ingham, Coates, Stow, Thorpe in tbe Fallows, Cameringbam, Brattleby, Hackthorn, Welton, Subscribers-only content

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    ton, Epworth, llaxey, Owston.Scotter, Kirton, Scottou, Laughton Northope, Blyton, Hemswell, Willoughton, Blyborough, Pilham, Great Coringham, Gainsborouch, Lea Knaith, Heapham, Springthorpe, Harpswell, Upton, Marton, Gate Burton, Willingham, Glentworth, Filling- ham, Ingham, Coates, Stow, Thorpe in the Fallows, Cameringbam, Brattleby, Hackthorn, Welton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AGRICULTURAL NOTES The favourite new potato " Saxon " was largely bought by farmers in Cupar on Tuesday for seed, one well-known firm of potato merchants having chartered a vessel from Dunbar to the north of Fife with a Subscribers-only content

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