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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "1hUPIN(G NOTIOBS. VIERIOAUN. LINE. UNIT1'21D STATES , DLNAI RMGS! lJ1ViiYU'OOL IAYED " AND SAVtUttTtAYS Itoctes ohvaylit' as) IVt on ity- FsS Lill')- * ~"o ti cto naioliot ahmypanI Pttttt CalledStAten a Jesa OOLtitilli abrhtriitxcitpvroW.It I4X'AY TLDR.. 41,, tIcttt P5(000' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yorIins ras, or Harmonittsns at 1) mith's if you a s hm bte and cheaper elsew-hare. bMEtIT AOE IS TUE KEYSOE FSUCCJ.Ee. AI'HI'S. Iustruementsi are thoron hy ound, well made Ks and tinoiphed, and reasonable in pie oc mt' esaso Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir Theorge i-iddell Airy, AxC.8, Atrono- mer Royal, Greenwich, and of the late Hiev. William Airy, M. A, Incumbent of Keysoe, Bdeordahire, aged 76 years. CARTSbT,--March 21, at her father's residence. 53. Lagan Vil!age, Belfast, Ellen Jane, eldest daughter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    She addressed several successful maeetings. some of w;hich are noticed below:- KEYSOE. On the 6th inst. a crowded ana ensusiw c inemet- ing wvas held in the Board Schoolroom, Keysoe. M-Tr. Charles King -was in the chair. Mrs. Francis, vwho Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clayton Cowell, with temporary rank, to be Second Lientenant, with permanent rank. A Tmmonovaseon-0l TuACTARIAN.-The Rev. W. Airy, Vicar of Keysoe, near Kiimbolton, in advertising for a curate, to whom, he says, he will give a title at the Bishop Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    luck martifaeturer-H. RUBSDELEL, Gosport, grocer- J. ROUGH, Atlow,. Derby, farmer-W. CART WEIGHT, Stoke-riu-n Trent,. grocer-i , FURNIFULL, Sorithsport, painter-S. PEARSON, Keysoe, Bedford, farmer-C. TATLER, Hanley, lieensed victualler- T. PARKS, Toastall, botcher--. FOULKE. Crlch Carr, Derby, out Pensioner-Bl. FlORSTER, Cardiff, tailor.-W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. Mary Cray, Kent, wheelwright-W. BAYLY, Albnny- street, Regent's-park. retired captain in the army-F. W. BLACKITH, Thornhill-crescent, Islington, clerk-G. BLACKWELL, Keysoe, Bedford- shire, farmer-J. BODKIN, West-street, City, merchant-J. H. BRAY, Alexander-road, Kilburn, builder-H BURTON, Her.e-terrace, Herne- hill, watchmaker-A. CASTLE, Sulibury-comnion, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Residences, newly erected, and respecta. blo tenants, at very low rents. The property is desirably situa e at Little Staughton, Keysoe, Pertenhall and Thur. leigh, within a short distance of Bedford, Kinbolton, and St. Neot's, excellent market towns s the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Farm Residences, newly erected, and respecta- ble tenants, at very los' rents. The property is desirably situate at Little Staughton, Keysoe, Pertenhall and Thur- leigh, within a short distance of Bedford, Kimbolton, and St. Neot's, excellent market townst; the land Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    acres of LIand, which completely cnviron it. There are, v besides, FOUR FARIlS, three are immediately contigu- fi ous-viz., WVickey, Keysoe, and Mr. lawkins' lainids b Thurleighl is a little removed. They are all in an excellent state of cultivation, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    George S. Abegrermby. Badt. (Trio.), 13, Grosvenoreisreet. Rev. (P. Alaslie (lien.). Church Bulilding Society. Rev. W. Airey (Trial,. Vicar of Keysoe and Rucal l)can. C. J. B. Addis, M. D., 0, Che'ter-terrge, Rev, James AlleasiTrin.), Prebensdary of St. Dmavst' and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BUSINESS. h PETITIONS PRESENTED. a CsHucc RATES.-By Lord R. MONTAGu, from the church- - nen, Wesleyans. and other dissenters of Keysoe. county of Bedford, and Renhold, and Swineshead, county of Hunting- don; ar. Sri Es, froni the congregation of St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    auctioneer Shlu field. John North, sen., beer retailer and tirework manufacturer Hudder-field Thomas Parks, butcher, TuusUll. Eu.eby Pea.-' •on. iarmer Keysoe Edwin Powuiug, miller and ttour mer- chant, _£o_.bean Mills, Kenwyn. James Proffitt, saddler Old- ngde. Samuel Bay ner. tailor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the vicarage of Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex. The Rev. William Airy, M.A. of Trinity college, to the vicar- age of Keysoe, Bedfordshire. The Rev. Charles Jenkyns, late curate of Towednack, Corn- wall, to the curacies of Maristowe and Thrushelton, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wonted spinners. ,x^ BA-fKaurrs.- Caleb Arrow, St. Mary Cray. _r_mt wi,-,- wright. John M. AUeyne, Shettteld. hcenaed rictnall« r" Aaher, Keysoe, Bedfordshire, carrier. A. JJ. Appieton Pw«! cot, tea dealer. John Uoakin, We-it-street, CHtjp7i____rc____Tir W. Bayly, Albany-street, Begent'a Park, oapt^H_m_t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nave and ailses 100 Downham, making the tower secure 75 Freckenham, rebuilding of tower 25 Horseheath, restoration of chancel 10 Keysoe, reseating and internal repairs 25 Langf ord, restoration of tower and re-seating 25 Molesworth, restoration 40 Upwood, restoration 53 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dean in Somersetshire, and now one of the Diocesan Inspectors of Schools, proposed by the Rev. W. Airy, Rector ot Keysoe, and seconded by the Rev. J. P. Goodman, Rector of Keystone. The proceedings were characterised by considerable excitement, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the medisal officers of health, Mr. Stedman and Dr. Prior. The former stated that on the 4th ult, at Keysoe, there were two children in fever, one of simple-continued and the other of typhoid. The cottage in which one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ult., at the Vicarage, Keysoe, Bedfordshire, the wife of the Rev. W. Airy, of a son. * MARRIED. On the 18th ult., at Woolpit, by the Rev. J. Bramwell, Mr. Jas. Potter, of Pakenham, to Elizabeth, third daughter of Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst, at the Vicarage of Keysoe, Beds., the wife of the Rev. W. Airy, of a daughter. MARRIED. On Thursday, the 2flth of November last, at tho Baptist Chapel, Collin's-stroet, Melbourne, ( Australia) by tbo Rev. J. Ham, Thomas Clowes, Subscribers-only content

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