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    having taken place during the day. The influenza epidemic has broken out iravarious parts. of Mid and East Essex. At Mashbury, Gid Easter, Chignal, and throughout the Roothings, the malady is especially rife. Many of the sufferers have been com- Subscribers-only content

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    witnesses. Mrs. Mary Ann Milne (who attended in obeai suboemna), said-I am the defendant's wife. HE iseaceto of Chignal and Mashbury. We were married in, the month of February, 1848. We resided at the rectory and live, very happily for Subscribers-only content

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    of Shrewsb_ry_Free Grammar School. Luxton, J. Bnuhford. Devon. Martyn, J. I_, Queen-square, Middlesex. Milne, Dr. J., Chignall St James and Mashbury, Essex. Maule, H. A., mastership of St John's Hospital, Huntingdon. Oates, J. , Winksley and Grantley, -and Sawley in Subscribers-only content

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    Ou the 17th inst., EuOSBSta, wife of J. G. COSDEB, Esq., Chelmsford. On the 17th inst , at, Ley ton, aged 73, the Rev. J. G. Milne, late Bettor of Chigw.ll and Mashbury, Essex, during a period of 30 yeavs. Subscribers-only content

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    19th inst., at All Saints' Church, Lough- borough, by the Rev. Barrington Syer Barnes, Rector of Chignall St James and Mashbury, brother ofthe bride- groom, Thomas Hbnrt, youngest son of John Barnes, _&sq. , of Clare, Suffolk, to Mart Annb, Subscribers-only content

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    MARRI KD. Ou the ltiih inst. at St. James's, Westminster, hv the Rev. Henry Hasted, Frederick Seymour, Ksq. of Park- Square, son of tlie late Lord Hugh Seymour, to lhe I.ady Augusta Hervey, eldest daughter of the Marquis of Subscribers-only content

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    re-taken on Tuesday at Good Easter-street, Essex, with Porter, one of his fellow-convicts. Mrs. Gage, landlady of a public-house at Mashbury, and Mr. S. Attridge, were chiefly instrumental in their apprehension ; they had since robbed a house at C. Subscribers-only content

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    Emma, second daughter of thelate John Hilton, Esq., of Sible Hedingham. - On the 12th, aced 7'J, Mr. Wm. Griggs, of Great Dunmow. - On the 13th, in her 47th year, Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. R.Pratt, of Armours, Mashbury. Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIED. On the 20th ult, at West Hackney, Mr. Thomas Curtis, of Stratford, to Mary, the youngest daughter of tbe lato Richard Adams, Esq., of PlaistoW, Essex-. Same day, at Saffron Walden, the Rev. Dr. Jackson, Pastor of the Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. We lament to state that, on Tuesday afternoon last, Mrs. Witt, of Swaffham Prior, was thrown out of her pony gig. in the village of Burwell, and sustained a fracture of the leg and other injuries, of Subscribers-only content

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    C. Crick, M.A., Rector of Little Thurlow, Suffolk, assisted by the Rev. B. S. Barnes, M.A., Rector of Chignal- cum- Mashbury, Essex, cousin ofthe bride, the Rev. Herberts. Hicks, M.A., Incum- bent of St. Peter's, North Shields, eldest son of Subscribers-only content

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    -£* Rlchar dB (instructed by Mr. T. Dixon) defended. -The complainant is the daughter of Charles Johnson, farm labourer, of Mashbury, and she was engaged as an occasional servant at defendant's house, to look after his children. The defendant himself Subscribers-only content

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    IrXISC£I*X*AN£Oi7S. Cape Tows. - Cape Town is very regularly built, all tbe streets being at right angles. It is clean and rather pretty, and contains about 20,000 inhabitants. The houses are all stuccoed /many of them have trees in Subscribers-only content

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    12 jj Maplested, Great lc Bartlow-End 10 Maplested, Little 12 Be^chanip, Otten 15 ! Marksliall 2 Bt-lrliamp, St. Paul 22 Mashbury; 22 Jklchauip, Walter 21 • Matching 20 Jierden 25 i Alersea, East 8 Berghoit, \\ est 2J j| Morsea, Subscribers-only content

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    Committed lo the Sessions. James Gray laud pleaded guilty to a charge of riding on a waggon without reins, at Mashbury. Fined ss. and costs. A man named Skingsley was committed for 3 months, for refusing to repay a loan Subscribers-only content

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    Halsted Crush, \\ illiam, Cbignal St. James s nioma w „ Cooper George. Peldon L Stones. Richard. Barking Cheveley, George, Mashbury j Lucas, tt ill.am. Stock Sewell, James, Halsted. Lee, Ihomas, Romford Seabrook, John, Springfield Dundas, Charles, Great Henny \\\ Subscribers-only content

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    3| 111 11 11J ChignalSmealey 106 101 58f 123 18 10* Good Easter .. 312 21114 7| 246 16 71 Mashbury 93 56 2 5 60 10 6 Plesbey 190 110 22| 90 OSI Great Leighs ..544 339 11 81 Subscribers-only content

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    Hedingham, Sible Twinsted, Henny, Great Wickham St. Paul, Henny, Little Yeldham, Great Ketton Hamlet, Yeldham, Little Great M»uumo*v. Bardfield, Great Mashbury, Bardfield, Little Pleshey, Barnston, Roothing AythOrp, Birds Green Hamlet, Roothing Barnish, Broxted, Roothing, High Canfield, Great Roothing, Leaden Caufield, Subscribers-only content

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    ingeniously constructed by a labourer named Smith, and worth about £b. was on Tuesday sennight stolen from his garden, at Mashbury. Bimintree Church Rate Question. - In the Queen's Bench, on Saturday. Sir VV. Follett applied to the Court to Subscribers-only content

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