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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Blelpcr Plate, -which he d won without difficulty. L~adly Ga-y sttled down abette~r favourite than Border Chief for the Quornden Nursery. TBie hitter never appeared to have pace enough, and Lady Gaywon by a length and a half. The Subscribers-only content

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    of Dublin; and secondly, in 1880, to Amelia A., widow of Mr. R. W. Hole, of Shelthorpe House, Longhhboroughi, and of Quornden, Leicestershire. He represented Youghal froum July, 1865, till Novemtlber, ISUS, and again from 1871 till the late di9SolutionD. Subscribers-only content

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    A are about three miles from the town of Derby. tF 'To view the premises apply to Mr. Buxton, of Quornden; I and for further information at the Offices of Mlessrs. tI MJOUsLEY and BAItISER, Solicihort, In Derby. n Sept. Subscribers-only content

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    rowj, on !CAPITAL FREHOLD HUNTING SEAT and FIRST-CLASS VI, NES ENT, in BORTIIAMPTONSEIEE, in thelheart of the Ias Pfetebley and Quornden Hunt-, comurisingu the newly ercted MAN- meo S~O an opc 4ANo IZEE ,btenNorth- o ~iESS AILSIHand SON will wte Subscribers-only content

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    on the same day was fined in a Uke penalty. Wm. Steven* was charged with being drunk and disorderly at Quornden and was fined 155., with the alternative of 14 days' imprisonment. Henry James, Sileby. was fined 10s. and costs, Subscribers-only content

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