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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sale, when particulars ami catalogues may be had '^ Premises; and of Mr. Denew, Auctioneer, Cliartesj 1 Berkeley-square. ****** Surrey.- Pinkhurst Farm, comprising JX) Acres of pmduT~~ I_and, in the parish of Abinger, near the beautiful \ i|fc,«. n r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - GE NERAL EL EC! lON. , (k FREEHOLDER* P r NORTHAMPTONSHIRE < resident in LONDON and its Vicinity. ' \ lAm directed by the London Committee to in- ' fopn you that Mr. Cartwright and Sir Charles Knightlev Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at llounslow, Cranford, aad Windsor ; at tbe Mart ; and at Mr. Mills's Offices, 1, Chapel-place, Poultry. Surrey. - Pinkhurst Farm, comprising 200 Acres of productive Land, in the parish of Abinger, near the beautiful Village of Ock- ley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Goldn I square ; and of Winstanley and Sons, Paternoster- row ; particu- lars aho at the Mart. Surrey. - Pinkhurst Farm, comprising *SX) Acre, of prod*!** Land, in the parish of Abinger, n«ar the beautiful V iltageofOci- ley,Und Tax Subscribers-only content

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    .Mr. C. J-'. Colmore), this day, London Inn (Charlton] ; Tuesday, Powell Gate ; Fiiday, Fish Inn ;Broadway) ; Saturday, Pinkhurst I'ark - at 11. Craven Mr. Theobald), this day, Blindman's Gate ; Wednes- day, E_i_.tl.ury Park ; Friday, Wilford Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was now stronger than it ever had been, and was being fortified by tbe results sf the interim elections whicb bad taken place. Mr. Ckarley . M.P. Dr. Pinkhurst, Dr. John Watts, Mrs. Watts, and Miss Becker addressed ths meeting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    clock and other articles had been stolen. Witness identified a clock produced by means of a number on it. Mrs. Pinkhurst, of 32, Keppell-street, RusseU-square, identified a tablecloth (produced) as having been stolen from her dining-room on July 24. Property Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pery Standish, of Scaleby and M .rwell. aged seveuty-three. Tt I'.M'.K- On the 2lth ii.st , Charles J. Turner, of Pinkhurst, J ... rr.t.n, aged seventy-seven, w*. VI. LL H -On the 22nd inst . a* liis residence. C. Chester-souar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to deal with all social problems without making promises that cannot be kept. So.th Somerset.- Mr. H. G. Turner, of Pinkhurst, Taunton, has been selected as the Conservative candidate for South Somerset at the next elecion. Mr. Imbert Terry, who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Roper, aged one; ->-": insi .a: Ashleigh, Taunton, Charlotte Jane, ■' •'-■ - 1...1H-I-, L .-■ ; . oori r Pinkhurst, Supicviove. .'■ '.''-' ''' '••'' "Kth ii-s:.. Mary Louisa, widow of the late •- ■ •-'--'■-. J'-iii.. en .5:...i,i-iirtV, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been valued at £21,007 7s. By his will of February 3.1595, the Testator left to his son Henry Charles the Pinkhurst Farm at Abinger and his stock on the Rectory Farm at Ockley. Ho bequeathed to his wife, Mrs Elizabeth Subscribers-only content

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