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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llanbedr; ef e I D J Leivis, Cross Inn; T J Jones, Goginan; D Ed. dra .wards, Mertbyr; T Morgan, Nayland; Daniel Lewis, tas D Ferry Side; Henry Jeremy, B.A., W Mydrim Jones, deil JWilliam Jones, Potttseoson; D Thorne Evans, Subscribers-only content

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    Hall Bishop Blomfield Archdeacon Nares Pott J. Hewlett Gray Dr. Blair A. Irvine Heber Chalmers W. Jones (of Hobart D'Oyly Nayland) Horne Paley C.W. Le Bas Horsley Parr H. H. Milman Huntingford Shuttleworth R. Morehead Maltby Professor White Thos. Rennell Subscribers-only content

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    the entrance at Mar"ate pier. She was understood to be the Emma, laden with wood, and has sunk on the Nayland rock. The crew were saved. THE YEOMANRY.-Trhe Government seem to be de- termined to have the whole force of Subscribers-only content

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    - - 2 15 0 Mount Mellick, Ireland - - 16 14 6 Mountsorrel - - - 3 6 4 Nayland - -1 10 6 Needwood - . - 1 2 0 Newark - 14 17 10 Newbury, Berks - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. I Tuesday, January 17. 0111ce of Ordnance, Jan. 14.-ROYAL REGIMENT OF AsrtiLiEuy: Erratunn in the 'Gazette' of January 6, 154: For Gentleman Cadet Benjamin Hunphrey to be Second Lieutenant, read " Gentleman Cadet Benjamin Geale Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the day of meeting.-Aprii 7, J. and J. Smith, King street, Snow hill, City, sta- tioners-April 7, H. Green, Stokeby Nayland, Sultelk. baker-April 8. J. and J. F. Hodges, New Bond street, hosiers-April 7, W. Charlton, Basivgstolte, South- ampton, grocer-April Subscribers-only content

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    Westmiloste", tailor. [Pike, Old Burlington street.-G. Tilley, Cambridge street, Old xt 'an- eras road, dust contractor. [Chidlcy, Gresham strect.-tl. James, Nayland, Suffoth, builder. [Stevens and Satchell, Qollee treet,-W. Bowman, Sloane street, Chel- sea, tailor. [Hensman. Collego hill, Cannon street West.-H. Subscribers-only content

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    St Edmund's, on Wednesday, Emma Mus- stt, 31. was indicted for the wilful murder of tier legitimate infant, at toke Nayland, on the 29:h of February. The prisoner is a married 'oman, resilidag with her husband, a labourer, and it Subscribers-only content

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    street. Ciry, mercIlant' May 7, J. H. Colborne, Poole, draper-May 10, T. Harvey, rTvyford street, ilin-toea builder-May 6, W. 5ames, Nayland, Snffolk, builder-Slay G. Bwrker, Henry' street, Kennington lane, contractor-May 6, A. Printer, Weston.sn-per. Mare, Somersetshire, common brewer-May 7, R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stock, an d gave him 1001. to invest. The transfer and investment were made for my sister, Mary Stow, of Nayland, Suffolk. I canse up to town again on the 4th of ti'e present month. I am quite sure that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in lieu of rates have been agreed to at Barnard Castle, Bicker, in Lincolnshire, St Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, St Clement's, Ipswich, Nayland, in Suffolk, and High Har- rogate. At Doncaster and Winchester it has been agreed that the expenses of divine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    collated by the Arebbishop of York to the vicarage of Don- caster. The Great Eastern is expected to arrive at Nayland, Milford Haven, on the 25th inst. from New York. The Athenmumn hears that the trustees of the British Museum Subscribers-only content

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    Cartdret, 86-On the 18th, at Lincoln, J. Bruce, Esq., 83-On the 20th, at Higbgate, Mrs Maurice, 85-On the 21st, at Nayland, W. Stammers, Esq., 86-On the 21st, at Bowlhead green, Mr Harding, 81- On the 10tb, at Rotherham, Mrs Swallow, Subscribers-only content

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    Francis B. Head, Bart. (Bvo, pp. 32.) Murray.-' An Essay bn the Church.' By the Rev. William Jones, M.A., of Nayland, Author of 'The Catholick Doctrine of the Trinity.' New Edition. (12mo, pp. 98.) J. H. and J. Parker.- ' Subscribers-only content

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    1863. At Market I Harborough the shoek was violent, and gaspendants and r furniture were disturbed by tle oscillation. At Nayland, Suffolk, the spire of the Congregational t Chapel was shaken dowvn. f, y PRE7IOUS EARTHQUAKES IN ENGLAND. d No Subscribers-only content

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    Time" pnd in 1848, and engraved by Mall-1760 guineas. 16. ." The Slave Market, Cairo, byller 64guineas. 108. "Stoke by Nayland, Suffolk," by Constable, R.A.-100O guieas. I 109.. Grand landscape view on the Avon, by Miuller-300 guineas. 110. An interior, Subscribers-only content

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    JORDAN, Greenwvich, baker. A. J. SINCLAIR, New Corn Exchange, sacking factor. J. T. HOLMES, New North Road, milliner. H. BEAS, Nayland, grocer. C, COUSINS, Cr.ytla, greengrecr. C; DARCEY, Lsndgserd Fort, grocer. J. MILLER, Garden Row, baker t. B. BOWMAN, Clerlcenwehl, Subscribers-only content

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    been unusually low, a sufficient excavation has been made under the bottom of the Great Eastern on the gridiron at Nayland, Milford Haven, to admit on the next springs of the injured plate being removed and re- placed by a Subscribers-only content

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    it numbered Barrow and Waterlana, Taylor and BramhaB, among its sons. Bit Laud and the non-jurors, Butler again, Jones of Nayland, Dr. Johnson espectable and insupportable," as a French writer most alsely calls him), Mant, Van Milatent, Howley, Routh, the Subscribers-only content

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    the Orange party in the town. SERIOUS ENCOUNTER WITH BURGLARS. Early on'Sunday morning, the mill of Mr. Jeremiah Stannard, of Nayland, Suffolk, was broken into by four burglars. The foreman awoke Mr. Stannard, who was joined by his two sons, Subscribers-only content

 

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