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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNITED PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Thursday, Feb. 19. Tile Commission was read, appointing Lord GervonD Deputy Speahtr of that House to hear appeals.-The Earl of SHAFTESpTURY then introduce, Lord GIFFOzr to the woolsack, and afterwards moved that the mace Subscribers-only content

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    Lady C. Berkeley, of a son-On the l0th, the wile of the Bishop of Lincoln, of a sod. 9nOjatfie7th, at Pickhurst, the wife of Col. F. Cator, of a son-On the 10th, at er'wood~park, Lady Edwin Hill, of a son. Subscribers-only content

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    it appears, considerably advanced, and it is curious that while employed on the tragedy of " Lear" the most decided symptoms of his malady appeared. - On the 4th inst., at Pickhurst, Hayes, Kent, aged 76, Lady CaroUue Eustatia Morland. Subscribers-only content

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    20th. at Bourdeaux, on bis way to England, aged GB, Major Richard Lothian Diekson, for- merly of the Ist Life Guards.- On the 28th, at Pickhurst, near Hayes, in Kent, aged 21, Caroline Anne, only daughter of Lady Caroline Morland. Subscribers-only content

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    From the LONDON GAZETTE, F h I This Gazette contains a Prnclaarat roandingall apothecaries and others th' 0 "' f °"** diately after the publication of the '.« LT """**• proia Coilegii Regalis Medicorum I oL™^ which has been Subscribers-only content

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    to I wot months' for receiving them. The eggs were sent off in a box addressed to "J. Ryde, Esq., Pickhurst, Surrey," and consigned by passenger tain to Witley Station, near Godalming. Mr. Ryde's agent Mr. Bradstock, repudiated all knowledge Subscribers-only content

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    *5--^^i a , l Might of il.e pie*i-nt Periornmnce. MIDLER'S WALLS-THIS EVENING, J a |y b,,ijrirDaoce, called the Plough-boy. Principal Dancers, rileor-nd J«adame le Clearq. A favmirite Musical Piece-, Ji___lyiLLAr-E H bIRESS. Principal Characters, H« tm^rjur. Campbell, Mr. Benson, Subscribers-only content

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    REDUCED FARES to MARGATE by the ROYAL GEORGE, ROYAL WILLIAM or ROYAL ADELAIDE, one of which Packets kavest£ London Bridge New Steam-Packet Wharf DAILY at Ten o'Clock, returning therefrom Daily at Nine o'Clock (Sundays •xcepted). G. H. PHILLPOTT ? Subscribers-only content

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    Thursday, at Kilnwick Percy; Saturday at !-.venngham- at half-past teu. -»>•■>*». . Major- 1 ieneral Wyndham's hounds on Wednesday, at Pickhurst - Friday at Bignor Wood- at half.past ten. The Devon and Somerset stag hounds on Tiiesdav, at Helebridge Friday, Subscribers-only content

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    - Samuel Davis, Esq., of Swerford-park n" the Bey . "IB ofthe late Isaac .cc, Es<,, of Ua^lr^XU M At Pickhurst. Hayes, Kent R SI Eustatia Morland. aged seventh Z?* Uh ">« t „ AtThirsk, on the sth iast „i Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. John Henry Chapman, late of Freeraanile-square, Kmgsdown, Bristol, ia his seventy-eighth year. Hallam.- On the 2 1st inst., at Pickhurst, Kent, Henry Hallam, Esq., m his eighty-third year. Jones.- On tke 19th inst., Mr. John Charles Jone?, of 31, Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. Browne. On the 17th inst., at*. t, Porchester -square, the wife of T. L. Murray Browne, Esq., barrister-at-law, of a son. Chapman.- On the 17th inst., at Egerton-road, Greenwich, the wife of Frederick William Chapman, Esq., of a Subscribers-only content

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    Tuesday, Rushbrocke Hall ; Thursday, Stetch- worth Park ; Saturday, Horringer Green 10 45 Surrey Union- Monday, Effingham Village'; Wednesday, Pickhurst Chiddinßfold ; Thursday, Perbright ; Satur- day, Holmwood Station, 11. Sussex, E _st- Monday, The Harrow ; Wednesday, Broad Subscribers-only content

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    pCXEBAL FURNISHERS and CREMATORS. * lhe Largest and Best Organised Firm is the „ London necropolis company, -, -ancast.-r-place. Strand; 168, Westminster-bridge-road. Illustrated Descriptive Lists, post free. _ i f'lci.Tani.-i "Tenebratio. London." Telephone No. 4.839. CT. GEORGE'S HOSPITAL, S.W. Subscribers-only content

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    V. WEST. This was an action brought by Mrs. Agatha Knyvett Leighton, a widow, residing at Old Pickhurst, Chid-ling- fold, Surrey, against her sister, Mrs. Alice West, of Clewer Lodge, Windsor, to recover £1,460 and interest at the rate of Subscribers-only content

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    Cattistock - Tuesday, Chilfrome House ; Wednesday, Holstock ; Friday, Puncknowle, 10.45. Chiddingfold - Tuesday, Alderbro'ok (for Smithwood-com- mon); Friday, Pickhurst, 10.30. Cleveland - Monday, Ormesby Bank : Thursday, Marske Station, 10.30. Combe's, Mr. - Tuesday, White Hart, Frimley ; Subscribers-only content

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    in his seventy-second year. ' inst. Charlotte, wife of William Tookey, ► ."" •::-• Rt Marylebone. V'-e '*!i inst., at Pickhurst, Chiddingfold, Surrey, . .'■•' "lie Wid. w . 'he eh inst., at Weston-super-Mare, Anne, widow I «■ laid Wynch Subscribers-only content

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    ALDRIDGE'S, on WEDNESDAY, September 12. RACQUET, a Roan Gelding, 7 yrs, 14.1 : bought from the breeder, John Ryde, Esq., Pickhurst, near Godalming: by Edward the Confessor (son of Hermit) out of a show mare ; quiet to ride and Subscribers-only content

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    LEIGHTON V. WEST. This wa3 an action brought by Mrs. Agatha Kny vctt Leigh ton, a widow, residing at O'd Pickhurst, Chidding- fold, Surrey, against Mis. Alice West, of Clewer Lodge, Windsor, to recover £1,400, and interest atthe rate of Subscribers-only content

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    From the LONDON GAZETTE, Mat 1 Whitehall, April 28, 1824. The King has been pleased to present the Rev. Wiluam C»uim, M.A. to tbe Rectory of Walpole St Peter, in the county of Norfolk Atid Diocese of Norwich, void Subscribers-only content

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