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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Countess of Belmore, of a daughter- On the Ist inst., Lady Florence Barnardiston, of a daughter-On the 2Sd inst., at Hartlip, the wife of F. Luck, Esq., of a son-On the 3rd inst., at Lesness heath, the wife of A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    imusbered only five, being at the rate of 4V5 per 1,000 of tie population. A shocking gun accident occurred at Hartlip, near Sittingbourne, on Wednesday. Aboyof fourteen, named Castle, while engaged in searing birds in an orchard wvas shot dead Subscribers-only content

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    sueCll, &51, of Barley. GRAYv-WriMBIBLEY,'-Juna 27th, at St. Michael's chuacb, Paddirg' ton by the Rev. 01. J. Wzmberley, vicar of Hartlip, brother of the brie, the Rev. Samuel Gray, inucubent ot Pateley BnidB3,, to Mary Florenee, eldeet daughter of the Subscribers-only content

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    NOTTINGHAM JULY MEETING, Ymm8mDay. (By Telegraph.) The Portland Plate of 60 DOve, added to a hendieap sespstakes of 5 -ove each, 2 it to the fund. Oertain winnera extra. 32 subs. Four furlongs. 7 D Mr P. Bower's Blenevolence, Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Sianda d says-that the annual conference of t= aiona] VUion of.,Conservetiv e Ascalaions will be elatLeeds on the 16th of April. Rt will be followed by a dinner, at which Lord Wh ncnlifle will take Subscribers-only content

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    Esqj., of BfallYohican, County 1-lore. VEDDIERIU RNT - PAUSSETT - Q1OslzP.\ , _ - etober 29. at Mt ichael's Church, Hartlip, by the icer. 1;. God'ifry-aIn'sssett, Vicar of Cassinigtop Oxon, uIrcle of Tile bride, assisted by the Rev. 1'. r. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fdx; Thursday, at Woolpit Wood; Saturday, at Denbam., The Tickhasn fox-fioundsaMonday, at Challoch Lees; Thurs- day, at Key-sireet; Saturday, at Hartlip; Tuesday, 15tb, at Manor House Hollingborne; Friday, 1,8th, Lynsted-street- at half-past ten. The Cheshire hounds Monday, at Boleworth Castle; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHASE. [We trust that Mlasters of Hounds 0s' Ountsmen will favor us with their appoluirnteats thu~iod,01ot trlu seasanu; we shall be most happy also to receive Accounts of their sport.], HUNTING. APPOINTMENTS. WEATHER PE5XI5TTING. Hier lMnlaesty's solsy-tounds will Subscribers-only content

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    Hayes Robinson; orgatoisiug secretary for the cop Natiotal Society, in the Southern District. fullbra Rev. William Spencer, D.D.; eurats of Hartlip, Kent. ful Rev. R. Stephenson ; vicar of St. James's, Birkdale. Rev. H. H. Stewart; rector of East Witton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a daughter. YABIR -4aa 4, at Chevrely-peek, Newmztket, the i C C Fairlie, FZq., of a daghter. FISHER.-Jaz. 5, at Hartlip, Kat, the wik of the Be,. W. Fbiber. f sa -sn Bm KAMXTOV -Jan. 7, at 71tebfleld-travac, Reqmesj" , Subscribers-only content

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    Kent g 9, rdanfileld-atreet, Portland- General Sir- Thomas Moniresor, D lceOspringe. - Pjancla Bradley Dyne, Esq., Gore William Bland, Esq., Hartlip, Court,' Kent Kent William. Walter, Elq., Rainhaw, Edward Twopeny,, Esq., wood.. Kent stook-park, Kent - Capta~n Paunce, Shrstea& James Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Norwich. Rev. John Evans, to Llengurig Vicarage, Montgonery- shire, valne 1751.; patron, Bishop of Bangor. t Rev. William Fisher, to Hartlip Vicarage, Kent; pa- t trons, Dean and Chapter of Rochester. , Rev. N. F. Y. Remble, to Sebargham Perpetual Subscribers-only content

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    Isleworth, Middlesex; Rev. W. RL. bck, B3.D., Vicar of gi Peasmarsh, Sussex; Rev. F. L. Lamnotte, M.A., Vicar of = Hartlip, Kent; lpatrons, the Dean and Chapter oi Rochester; p Rev. G. 0. Lamotte, Incumbent of Coxley, near Wells; L Subscribers-only content

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    ELtIS.-Jan. 8, At the Close, Salisbury, the wge of the Bev. J. Rulbi, M.A.. of a son. LAMOTTE.-Jan. 8, at Hartlip VICarage, Rent, the wife of th ev. . P. L. Lamotte. Of a daughter. PIC KLES.-Jan, P. at York, Subscribers-only content

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    2 Do. I ........... .... 100 Vale of eaith..... al Victoria Stn. & PFlmlco al Weot Cornwall ........ 100 W Hartlip oitldb&RI 1o0 Weat Mld=and!OIord leo Ditto Nevtport 100 Ditto Iere ard 7} 81 7 Si 92 9S 101 1011 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LUCK-GOORD.-Febrmary 18, at the parish church of Hartlip, near Slttlngboarne, by the Rev. F. L. Ltamotte, F. Luck, Eaq., Bedfordshiee Militia, to Harriott Ehzabeth, daughter of B. Goord, Esq., of Dane House, Hartlip. SAYERS-IdUNTINGTON.-February 13, at St. John's, Man- cheater, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. .1. A. Lawrence, to Closworth R. Rev. A. R. Perring. to Greet R., Salop. Rev. F. T Scott, to Hartlip R., Kent. Rev. C. Tait. to Cherlton R, Kent. Rev. T. H. Vines, to Fiskerton R. Clerical Obituary.- On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq., of Norwich. On the 27th ult. , at Thorpe Hamlet, Charles, youngest son of tht late Geo. Webb, of Hartlip, Kent, to Emma Harriette, eldest daughter of Chas. Hornor, Thorpe Hamlet. DIED. On the 14th ult., at Great Ellingham, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RELiGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. THE Bishop of Lincoln haa conferred the Arch- deaconry of Nottingham on the Rev. Brough Maltby, vicar of Earndon, who was formerly a scholar and first prizeman of St. John's College, Cambridge, and pre- centor of St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Buckland, West, Devon, diocese of Exeter; value, 194/., with nsidence; patron, Baroness Basset ; Rev. Walter Gee, deceased. - Hartlip, Kent, archdiocese of Canterbury ; value, 142/. ; patrons, Dean and Chapter of Rochester. - Hinton-Martell, Dorset, diocese of Subscribers-only content

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