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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PAULET, George (1553-1608), of Crondall, Hants.

    two sons named George, by different wives, and there were two other namesakes, a son of Lord Thomas Paulet of Melplash, Dorset, and a George Paulet who worked in Jersey, brother of Amias Paulet. Whoever he was, the 1589 Member

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    passages. provoked, it is said, by a mis. [: Understanding, bat coon allayed. The proceedings termi- ' nated yesterday. er Melplash Rectory, or, as it is better known, "Cames. is. worth Parsonage," Dorset, has been completely burnt or down this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mai _«: Wrighton, and Mr. James Gngg, _ uth Creak , Pakeubam, Nor- folk. Hunurs- Mr. B. G. L«gg, Melplash Court, Melplash, and Mr. Tom Smith, Worcester. Imple- ments-Mr. G. Lobb, Lawbiuon. Horse Shoeing -Professor Pcuberthy, Bojal Veterinary College, London. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    if they were to be successful. HORSES. Hon. sees., Messrs. Walter Andrew and James Wickett: judges, Messrs. E. <S. Legg, Melplash, R. 5.0., and George Ormond, Woodrow, Exeter. Twelve classes of horses were judged yester- day, and half-a-dozen are to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    horses- Mr. T. Chapman; Orchard Portman, Taunton, and Mr C. P Hall, Woburn, Bedfordshire. Hunters- Mr. E. G. Legg, Melplash Court, Melplash, and Mr. D. L. Dunning, Newport, Monmouth. Implements and machinery- Mr. Edward Batten, Coldreniek, Menheniot. Horse shoeing- Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stating terms, E§s, " Gazelle ■ Olhce, Middlesbrough. 28 MELPLASH. - At" Christmas, Mistress for Church School (average 56) ; salaiy about £50 : house partly furnished ; coals. Address Vicar, Melplash, Brid- port. _^ 29 DRAPERY.- Young Men for Subscribers-only content

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