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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Marylebone workhostse. . Prker, Norwich, cattle dealer. Elizabeth Pshillipps, Albany street, Regent's park. H Jennings, Princes road, Lambeth. IV Jones, Litchborough, NortIhamptonshire, saddler. H. T. Archer, John street, Adelpht, attorney at law. J. Reed, Cheam, Surrey, boot maker. J. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    illness, Mr Thiow:ls lRodd, bootlasller, Great New~port street, LOn' acre, iu the 53rd vctir of his egC. GRANT-April 20, at Litchborough, in the OStli year of lier age, Ann, wvidowY of ttlo late T. Grant, Esq. CAZENOVE-April 2' it Fiognal, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. W. Parkes, II, Aston Strget, or Ashold Farm. Tyhurn. p1638 JCIARPEFN.TER.-Yonng Man (21) Wants Job, as Improver.-G. '. White, Litchborough, Weedon. ei346 -ClLEEK (Copying).-Situation Wanted, In- respectable office.- _JAddress, Mis-s Edge, 144, Grosrener StreetW sot, LsWywocd.[e539 C'LEEK. (231 Wants Subscribers-only content

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    terms required; or would take cbarge of the child fur several years at a premium.-Apply, Mrs. May, eara of Postaslter. Litchborough, Weedon, Northamptonshirm c6400 A DVETISER ang, onergetic, mmaring, commercial A e rpeeiece, Wants Partnersbip in soond, pritabhe oncern. Capital Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq.; Wor- ceste lse, F'd- td virinr -XV ashcn heeler, of Newn- ciam Cosirt, Tenbury, dsq.: Northaniptonshire, Edward mGrant, o Litchborough, Esq. Soslnuzn BOARD ot GnMlnnus.-A meeting of the ISolihbdlBoard of Guardians was held yesterday, -at the Workhouse; Mc; C. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    until nine p.m. for her. rir Abs's. Rose Los-rij, the sister of the deceased, was then ~ sly sworn. Slioesaidshbelivedlat Litchborough iRectory. Her m I I sister had been staying with hier a mouth, anid ls. ox- to pressed to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Rev, the I C. H. Firmnstone, brother of the bride, thle Rev. Charles nota William Brownig . Rector of Litchborough, Northamtnp- oi tonsihirs, to Masud elenaf, daug~hter of the late William in th Ohstlss Firmetone, of Hagley, Worcestershire. to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Forces. On Thursday, Jan. lOth, at Saltford, near Bash, by the I Rev. V m. Addington Taylor, rector of Litchborough, in the county of Northampton, William Wykebam Kingston, Esq., to Anne CAIoline,- eldest daughter of Dfajor.James, of Saitford House. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    relict of It. a edsor Ee., aged 87. GOLDIEF.April'23, ait Biker-street, ties wife of J. Collie, Esg. GRANT.-April 20, at Litchborough, Ann, widow of the lateT. (leant, Bag., aged 95. d iiBDGLGE-Ap'ri 23, at Surbiton hill, Eingtonr-upon-Thamras Mary, O vidaw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Houghton) seconded the nomination. Sir ROBERT HxENvY GVX NING, Bart., of Horton-hall, proposed Colonel Cartwright. I WILLAm GRANT, Esq., of Litchborough, seecnded the nomination. No other candidate having been proposed, The HIGoH SHERIer declared Mr. Rainald Knightley and Colonel Cat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, London. - On the 28th July, at Syaton Rectory, Gloucestershire, aged 84, the Rev. William Addington Taylor. Rector of Litchborough, Northamptonshire.- On the 28th July, at Lasham Rectory, in his 80th year, theßev. Charles Causton, Rector of Lasham and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. J. Jones, to Arborfield R., Berks. Rev. T. N. Rigby, to St. Mary's, Hollingworth Rev. G. A. Shaw, to Litchborough R . Northants Rev. T. D. T. Speck, to Langtoft-with'-Cottam V Rev. F. G. Stapleton, to Seamer-with-Cayton V, York Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R., Manchester. Rev. S. E. Bourne, to Temple Bruer, Lincolnshire. Rev. W. T. Browning, to Litchborough R. Rev. H. H. Coddington, to Elsworth R. Rev. C. E. R. Cowan, to Weston V. Rev. C. U. Dasent, to Ludford Magna V. Subscribers-only content

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    in her 93th year, Mrs. Clemen- tina Stewart, formerly of Great Campden He iie, Kensington. On thc 20th ult,, at Litchborough, in her 38th year, Ann, widow of the late Tbomaa Grant, Esq. On the I9th ..It., at Hereford, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I AGES. BROWNING- CLABKE -At Gerrans. June 24, William George, second son of the late Rev. W. T. Browning, of Litchborough, Northampton.- ire. to Jessie, third daughter of Mr. Jamas Clarke, Bt, Austell. DUNSTAN- WILLo- At All Saints' Church. Mara Subscribers-only content

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    L'!:iudford, Dorset. Rev. Horace William Orford, M. A., Curate of Paston, Rector of Bradden, Northamptonshire- patrons, Mr. Edward Graut, of Litchborough, and Mr John Edward White, of Kensington. Rev. Randolph Cecil Parsons, Curate of Brompton, Northallerton, Perpetual Curate of Harome Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oats are in tolerable supw, and steady in price. Flour U plentiful, and ded» ing in price. BANKRUPTS. J. Masters, Litchborough, Northamptonshirr, baker. - J and J. B. Arden, Yoikshire, wine-mer- chants.-R. Thompson, Southampton, merchaar. -E. Hunt, Southampton, baker. - Subscribers-only content

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    Xov. 13.- Lyndon, Desford, Dunton Bassett, Ashley, Easton, Keyham, Laxton, Peatling Magna, Pickwell, Slawston, Wilbarston, East Carlton, Crough- ton, Dingley, Litchborough, Nassington, Norton-by- Daventry, Thorpe Malsor, Wittering. FAIRS TO BE HOLDEN. Nov. 17 - Bedford, Rugby. „ 19 - Boston. Subscribers-only content

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    paper. Nov. 21. - Apethorpe, Hardingstone, Loddington, Thorpe Langton. „ 28.- Sibbertoft, Wei ton, Great Glen, Illston, North Kilworth, Stapleton, Litchborough. FAIRS TO BE HOLDEN. Nov. 22. - Falkingham, Brigstock, Rugby. „ 25. - Alfreton, Chesterfield. „ 29. - Lincoln, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sunday, December 1. - Litchborough, Stapleton, Ayle- stone. North Kil worth, Countesthorpe. Great Easton. Peatling Parva. Hambleton, Welham. Old Aithingworth, Great Billing, Broughton (Northant6), West Deeping, Claycoton, North- borough, Thornhaugh, Newborough. Sunday December 8. - Tur Langton, Stanford-on- Avon. South Subscribers-only content

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