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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Buerwash, Sussex, has lowered his tithes, which were before moderate, 25 per cent. - The Rev-. R~ Hare, rector of Herstmonceaux, same county, deducted 20 per cent, at bis tithe audiikFriday last. A r-markable fine hog pig, only fifteen months Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ford, Dorset, to Miss Holden, Only daughter of the tate R. Holden, Esq: of Mnorgste, Yorkshire. Rev. Robert Hare, of Herstmonceaux : Sussex, to Ann, third _s_g*rser fjthrbse Ad v m, " 1 l ? , I I__ ma. Frankland, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Naval Comnus- sioner at Jamaica 110 The Rev. Sir Henry Poole, Bart. Shwke, near Lewes, Sussex 7,2 Rev. R. Hare, Herstmonceaux. Sussex 1 0 Col. J.W. Cook, Retired List, Lewes, do. 1 1 0 J. B. Bonn, Esq. Poole 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING. Tbe East Sussex Fox-Hounds meet on Thursday, at Ring. mer Gate; Saturday, at the kennel: Monday, the 14th, at Herstmonceaux, at half- put ten. The Surrey Fox-Hounds meet Thursday, at Foxley Hatch ; Saturday, at Godstono ; Monday, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. Blair's Maria, 4 yrs old dr JIUNTING. Tbe East Sussex Foxhounds met oa Monday, the first meeting of the season, at Hellingby,aad on Thursday at Stone - ham ; to-morrow they meet at Ringmer, aod oa Monday at Herstmonceaux. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this day at Tayntoo ; Saturday, at Baldwin's Oak- at half-past ten. The East Sussex Hounds meet this day at Herstmonceaux ' v „ur s da y> at Fason's Green ; Saturday, at Southease. I ne Hounds meet to-morrow at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Ellen Forbes, only dauir'.ittr of Alexander Buss Suur, Esq., Sheriff- Clerk of Ross-shirr. DIED. On the 30th u'.t., at Herstmonceaux Rectory, Marcus Theodore Hare-, K.-e].. ..1 Rot-ke :id. Torquay, hi his 49th year. At Cardii'iaton, lit els, on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the incumbency of the new church and district of St. Stephen, Leeds. The Rev. A. Ruisell to be curate of Herstmonceaux, Sussex. The Rev. M. Spincke to the incumbency of St. Ives, Cornwall. The Rev. E. Venables to the curacy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Benjamin Barnard, of Ham Common, Esq. Sussex- Richard Watt Walker, of Micbelgrove, Esq. ; Eardley Wilmot Lade Micbali, of Herstmonceaux, Esq.; and John Hawkins, of Biguor Park, Esq. Warwickshire -Joseph Boultbee, of Springfield, Esq.; James Wooiiey, of Lknuld House, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Andrew Smith on the site of Netley, May, 1856 ; of reports from Dr. Mapleton and Captain Ross, R.E., on Herstmonceaux and Appuldevrant ; and of communication roade by Miss Nightingale, and referred to in page 9 of Parliamentary paper, Subscribers-only content

    World (1787), MONDAY FEBRUARY 5 1787

    hall, London. Attorney, Mr. Lowten, King's-Bench- walks, Temple. DII'lDENDS. March 3. Abraham Duplock, of Gardncrs-strect, in the Pa- rish of Herstmonceaux, Sussex, Shopkc.-per, at eleven, at Guildhalt, London. March 5. Willotughby Marsden, of Cheapside, London, Ho- lier, at eleven, at Subscribers-only content

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