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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BOILIUI MA~lCB1e PORi lTYSLAtTGaTZ~u. -Tbe-fatal' accident to' a lad named Cheviour, while at 'work with a dtteam thrnshing machine at' Plaxtol, in Rent, a few dayb since, haa led; to the committal of Mr. TIlurner, an- engineer' at' Croydon,' who Subscribers-only content

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    of Irton Holl1 Cumsenbrlnd, to Mary Marrsaret, eldest daughter of the Bov. PDpWhilptcobchiteoebe otee lf oly rCsSrewssSrewbuy PRDERan'y.-RrnaWYJnl o2h a2ht Plaxtol cuchr b, btth Larrl Bishop ofo Oxford, a~ssited h y tb e Rev. Watson Kintt, rector, Jo hn Sterv Subscribers-only content

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    third son of W. Gbrcayer, REsq., of Hull, to Masrion, eldest daugater of Stephen Mallarthy, Req., of D~ublin. HsIny-Rmew^y.-Jafls12th, at Plaxtol church, bythe Lord Bishop of Osford, assisted by the Rev. Wantson ittog, rector, John Stewvart. eldest eon at the Subscribers-only content

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    and Cutler, Rhyl, lhihniogers V.edebhoy, 8hroif, and Co., Liverpool, merchants Jerrain ased Webster, Manchester, Court tailors Winser Brothers, Hadlow & Plaxtol, & Union-st., Southwirk, drapers E6pwor:bsunidWalehaw, Batiley, woollen manufacturers; so far as regards G. fLepworth Rehmerl eind Ellis, Broad-street.buildings, merohants Subscribers-only content

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    his carrage. General David Downing, late of the Bengal 'Iufantry, died on the .18th inst., at his residence, Tho Grange, Plaxtol, Kent. Aged 88.- Professor Edward Tyrell Leith, of Scotch descent, who passed most of his life in India, and Subscribers-only content

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    sources; and further par- ticulars, with immediate information, will be fur- nished by applying to " F. H., Post Office, Plaxtol, Seven Oaks, Kent." 6353 EDUCATION. WYNDr AM: HOUSE, WARRENPOINT. PRINCIPAsr-MISS LITTLER. R ESIDENT GOVERNESSES FOR ENGLISH French, German, and Subscribers-only content

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    other sources; and further par- ticelars, wiith inimediato inf,rimatioul, -will be fan- nlselcd by applyinci to 1". H., Post office, Plaxtol, Seven Oaks, tenlt." 6353 BOROUGHI TNOTICE. BOROUGEl. OF BEJ.FAST. SI' RASS-SEPI)D I A RI ET. 4 3IXI;KET Fl)P THIE Subscribers-only content

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    sources; and further par- ticulars, wvith imnmediate information, will he fur- - ishud 1.by applying to 'F. i., Post Office, Plaxtol, SexenOaks, !eUt." 6072 S T I A N R A E 1I A C A D E 3M Y. Subscribers-only content

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    required, but with an interval of not less than a Three Months-between each Call. c] DIRECTORS 't] General David Downing, Plaxtol, Sevenoaksa: Kent. ci 11 Maxwell Fabrist., 1sq., Merchant,.16, Gresham PI Street, London. I Henry H. Fanshaw, Esq.,* East Dulwich, Subscribers-only content

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    as required, but with an interval of not less thanos Three Months between each Call'. SC DIRMrCoIS: General David Downing, Plaxtol, Sevenoaks, t< Kent. a R. Maxwell Pabris, Esq., Merchant, 16, Gresham d, Street, London. t] Henry H. Fanshaw, Esq.,* Subscribers-only content

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    Three Mouths between each Call. vo en DIECTneORiS 1 Generall David Downing, 30, Gloucester Terrace, 1am Hyde Pa .rk, 'and Plaxtol, Sevenloaks, Kent. so] R. Maxwell Fahris, Esq., Mecrchiant, 50, Gresham ap Street, London. it *Henry H. Fanshiawe, Esq., East Subscribers-only content

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    _ _ _ _ _ _ _ i MURDER NEAR SEVENOAKS. An inquest was held last Thtrsday night at 3 Plaxtol, near Sevenoaks, on the -body of the i ;woman Hester Allebin, whose body -was found in a stable on. Subscribers-only content

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    Robert Hlarymran -cs charged wit tle wilful muarder of Esther All- "fhin, fifty-one, widow, -with -whom he had lived, at Plaxtol. near Sevenoaks. The prisoner qaar- rclled w*7itlh the deceased at a public-honse in Flax- tol because she draank with Subscribers-only content

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    for munleriug Esther All- cninr fifty-one, a widow, with whom he had lived. The conple quarrelled at a public-house at Plaxtol, ceai Serenoaks. because the deceased had been drinking with another man. Or. leaving the prk- mi~ses, idayman k;nock-sri the Subscribers-only content

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    oilman William Coe, jun., New Inn street, Shoreditch, looking glass maker Thomas Callaghan, Lissonstreet, Paddington, beer retailer Henry - Webb, Plaxtol, near Seven Oaks, grocer's assistant Frederick Soaper, Lisson grove North, AMarylebone, pastrycook Henry Brayne, Manor street, Claphaem road Thomas Subscribers-only content

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    Fing,.-ron0ot; the Earl ut Haddington, to Lady Maria Rpkvr,, daritet of th6 Ear f Macuces- field. At Windfor, t of Plaxtol, ,enti to Mifs chaitidfupi ofdy.i'Mugtvr.of:Major-Ge- uoral Riehardfin, ofthliformcf i - -- . At MAthiony Cholres, Caiun 1:amn of'tbe Royal Subscribers-only content

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    S yfeu, Witty; Anna, Laurtle. For london, Henry, lisper; Bee., Boyne; Ploibe, Blromley; llaphazard, Sykes; Ric~larl, Sclolefield; Waeke, Dunhill; Ouse, Plaxtol ; lorkhsire. Mlassail ; York, lJill; Derby, Poole; Humber, Eyre; Hope, Walshi; Halitai, Micbin; LeIeds, Galea Anni Cfayton ; Subscribers-only content

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    ofth Bakewell, to Eliza, daughter of Mir. Williamson, of the I Greyhound, near Ashbourn. I On the 101h instant, at Plaxtol, Kent, the Rev. Ir. as Waldegrave Park, youngest son of the flon. Mir. JIosttceet Park, to Elizabeth Jane, thle Subscribers-only content

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    blight. The cold weaherten hil sormliswevek has had very serious effect en the ]lime in places iil this vicinsity. Wrotham, Plaxtol, 1and Ighitham-The hop plant iii thise neighbourhood is pie- )f gr ing vigorously, the bins strong and healthy, fly Subscribers-only content

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    Waite, Esq ....... 1 1 3. W.llromley ..........1 1 0 J. 11. G. latl ........ 2 0 0 Mr. WrnPolley, Plaxtol 0 5 0 T. E. Whiting, Esq ....1 1 0 S Rt.,Tuinbrid co. 0.... 6 0 Messrs. V. S. Subscribers-only content

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