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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tihe Cnoiavtssiocers of LaudTax tor tLondon,. to Mis6 Aun -Briand, third dargitler of Mr. Briaud,nf Love-lane. ODTuesday4 ait SI,,Gtrge'4 *llnnovetrsquare, Petham War- ren. M. D. to penlelope. eldest daightcr of the ierv RevV, D. U. | S.AT1S, | the Ist Subscribers-only content

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    who do not knoow their local situatipn end population, the panaet of the little hamlets and villages of Westbere, Ash,, Petham, Waltbam, Soneeth, Aldington, &e.&c. sound as imposing as Leeds, Bolton, aiid Giasgawv; ead few there are who know, that Subscribers-only content

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    Baker J ... Cobeiatt BoXV. Leaker J. V. De Fleury' It. W. Leader A, Delew A, Schiriffer' Alfred Montague KC. Petham ae'lier JT. J. HillnB1rItA F. H1. llenshaw Jh id A J. Hardy, junn J . P. Pettlit J1. Ii. Subscribers-only content

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    Hoeses; xetiro, bay wlndows; 4s. NJ. CS fo ale, bargain. £3.-Cartwright, 74, R11lggata Lane. CcAsil 1~RTR til Jue-ByGravlly ill tatin.-? Petham Villas, RAIL'L tilsn Readdfie bedlroos, Sade. hootifv £30. d'fol T RadlwayS.TatonLe, fournewiin Reientces sitale drawisg eand, diningsrooms, fchools, conmainingcpar, Subscribers-only content

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    present oatlook. The most avourable occounts are those from the Canterbury dis- trict, the Wingliam district,1 Patrixbourno and Little- borzoms, Petham, some parts of the lavershain and Sitting- bourne districts, I'lockley and Little Chart, and the Islc of Thanet. Grounds Subscribers-only content

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    I s1neiow.Erinc.jj,, 6.30. o;zibject of Everiu Letucnr-` 'Tie Recligian Of Homce; "Dtie'so Yous~gn Pevple."' Seats freely pnanidndl. - 721 lI PETHAM RitOAD CHUIOI oaono ExoVFNSit. Re..C l 1. RtID(_tCE-S still giethe Filch Lecuenora an The Ersceniols cf Rvli~ninn To-mrrow 'Tine Subscribers-only content

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    S AIBS BY FRIVATE (IONflRAOT. A G0OD IN.VESMfrEBT. Replyto 3fssm, er~ars, Shnherd and int. Sotict. ~~ Surveyors. Brdgnorth. Ti¶P Sale, the PATENT for and SOLE EIGHT to MOANNUFACTVUB, the S-MATTL Box-BaN~GB now or. View W.. the Glasgow E or-Address. Subscribers-only content

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    by Me. IL Huwett for 115gs. The Quouxa WELTER H1A.SoeCAP Of 15O seTs. One mile, straight. Baron C. de Tnyll's Petham, by Beauuter6, dam by- rannatod- Janet Baweliffe, is'. Bat ufl1b-............ Barrettt Mx. flaughiton's Arunidel, by Stsndard-Catalciuis, fly, l0st 8ib, Subscribers-only content

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    7 Commissary-l s.. 3104St. Ebb0 i 3 0 Etenisk .. s .. 10 3 . APravALs.-Gules, The Rentor, HapThgtaniis 3! Petham, Fatima, Givendate, Beilby M y, B Cheesecake filly, Si Rowland, Queen Prie ,,Christmas Gift, Orifame, Aritratrix, YLord Cardinal, Fairy Subscribers-only content

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    X SPO:RTLNG NEWS. JCLNG INOTES. reiwas brotirbt to a conclusion this after- Tel~c and mId we~ctber. The sport was of good quality vil I-`~~ hP'fbeter st~reth than on Tuesday. The counte t'' eldsef, gedthiS will probably account for the Subscribers-only content

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    understood that the Rev. James Hughes Hallett, who is in his ninety-fourth year, has resigned the vicarage of Waltham with Petham; Kent, -which he has held for the long period of sixty-three years. The living, which is of the value Subscribers-only content

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    vubift~ ~'~e OTICE.-T0 ENGINEERS, RAILWAY CONTRACTORS. MINING AGENTS, IRON MASTERS, Sodotbers REQUIRING F'INE GREASE FOR MACHiINERY .,1) AXLES OF EVERY DECRO~IPTION. C. _ru~iNER, AG"NT TO PERCIVAL'S I54p5ovuiD ANTI-FRICTIOE O GStASTlSArticle is after trial adimitted to be the. most su Subscribers-only content

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    tho unfortunate victims. The coat was found on Friday, the 12th, ill a wood near Swordling, in the parish of Petham. On the breast lay the waist-belt and the wrist-bands of the prisoner's shirt, one 3 of the latter having Subscribers-only content

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    RUGBY FOOTBALL UNION. We have received from Mr. U. Rowland Hill, the hon. sec. of the Rugby Football Union, the following list of maitches for next season: 1890. flee. 20--North v. South, in the South. 1891. Jan. 5-England v. Subscribers-only content

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    India Decks, Rtobert Danks', grocer, Uxbridgn. Charlnes James lDillon, lesson of tho 1,10mmr Thnetr?, Strand, and of Padldington. Charles Brsowss Petham, atilder, Cam(,nn Town. Thomas Ssitmnnl du Year, carrier, St, .John's Weod. John Towssseud, nactisneer. G reenwich. George Fox, iroamonncr. Subscribers-only content

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    two not outs on Thursday night, went to the wickets and resumed the play to the bowling of Weighill and Petham. The two batemen worked w ell for their team, ats 100, then 110, and 120 were placed on the Subscribers-only content

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    CROICkY P. COLIQTY MATCH AT L'EEDS.-YORKSIIIRE V.LANCASHIRE. Yesterday two select teamns Of the great northern manufrsctuering counties met onl the H-olback Reccieatina Ground, at Leeds, to contend for the ususal honors~s. There was a good attendance of spectators, hut Subscribers-only content

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    feernitetre; steel hits, b?sdoon bnidit's, round reins martincates and itt1 acecasorios requisi' sin lots of this ileecriplion: four htcnting eseldies, Petham bridles. enaille bridlee. head collars. &c.. &c. Sole to oommencs at tees o'clock. Intending icurt-basees may inspect the goods Subscribers-only content

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    F., late of Cnmdetnto tn. sodcitor's clerk, Jan. 11 Collioge (3. F., Southargton, bootmaher, Jan. 11 Colteon J., late of Petham. commi~ssion agent, Dee. 23 Ccembe C. W, Drery lane, tailor. Dec. 20 Dayec TI. (3., late of Iiingoland-roed, comnedian, Subscribers-only content

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    room, and kitchen, cornfooiahly far- nisbad, to ELF for the eseson. A earvant can renoajo. Apply 18 Mone, de Mrilhsc, Petham Heeoi? Scarborough. ARROGATE,.?-Elegantly furnished, for four or alE month,, a detached VILLA In the boot part of Haroegata. Can Subscribers-only content

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