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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BARHAM, Nicholas (d.1577), of Maidstone and Boxley, Kent.

    of the property, which included the chapel of St. Faith, where Barham built five pews, had formerly belonged to the Maplesden family. Barham seems to have had no doubt of his legal title to possession, but after his death it

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with useful and fancy articles, over which the fol- lowing ladies presided:-Mesdames Bricknell, Robins, Moore, Bourlay, Tilley, Manby, France, Richards, Maplesden, and Reid; Misses gem. Powell, Hingley, Green, Alhestou, France, Urwick, Deeley, Dunton, and Essex. There were varnous amusements, including Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS. RACING NOTES. The dulness which has prevailed of late at the chief. London resorts was slightly dispelled to-day by a little wagering over the St. Leger. Memoir travelled well at r 11 to 2, wile Sainfoin and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. B. Poole, QC. Maddock Rev. Henry Edward, ALA, Rector of Patrnston, Huli Examninng Ctln to the Arehbishoi of York. Maplesden rs. R.ev, B.A., Curate of New Radnor: Secretory and Aasisant-Inspsctor to the Rochester Diocesan Board of La4rs, tico. Maret Subscribers-only content

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    Maplesden and his brother out of this bench. Mr. Aldham declined, and Mr. Gardiner addressed indecent language to Mr. Aldham, saying that he was uot fit to be Churchwarden. He then came down to the beuch, and. addressing Mr. Subscribers-only content

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