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    TuELLUeSSON PROPERTY.-Lord and Lady Rendlesham, who reside at Florence, have just been plunged into the greatest distress of mind, by the sudden loss of their only son, ce-heir of the Thellusson property with the son of Mr. Charles Thellusson, who Subscribers-only content

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    out with a shooting party, consisting of several noblemen, near his house in Suffolk, havingonly enjoyed the title of Lord Rendlesham for two years. How To DESTROY INsECTS cX- WATrR.-The Correspondent of a daiel paper writes,-, Havin" been troubled with Subscribers-only content

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    Bedford, of a bilious fever, Joseph Thackeray, Esq., M.D., aged 48. At Anteiil, near Paris, the Right Hon. John Lord Rendlesham, of Rendles- ham, Suffolk. He was grandson of the eccentric Mr. Thellusson, whose extra- ordinary will caused so much Subscribers-only content

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    subject becomes too insignifi cant-too mireoscopic for their atterntion. AMe there' io, sufferers in the Court -of Chancery but Lord' Rendlesham and his family? Is he a solitary instanc& of the rapacity of the Masters' office? Is, the Thelluson property Subscribers-only content

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    with a serious accident by the overturning (owing to the careless. ness of the driver) of his gig in Rendlesham Park. His lordship h:ad his collar-bone broken by the fall, but we are happy to state is going on favourably. Subscribers-only content

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    Mrs and Miss Upton; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Marges- son: Countess Dowager of Lestowell and Miss Beshe; Mr White; Lady Rendlesham. and the Misses Thelluson; Lord and Lady Beilhaven; Mr and Mrs Charles Womb- well; Countess of Mexborough and Lady Subscribers-only content

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    St George's, Hanover squsare, Stewart Marisrihanka, Esq., of Bushay Grove, Herts, to Lncy, relict of the Right HOn. William Loto Rendlesham. On the 5th inst. at Trinity Church, Islington, R. P. Squir. hill, Esq., of Cheapside, to Mary Anne, third Subscribers-only content

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    that, in consequence of indisposition, Sir C. B. Vere is about to retire from the representation of East Suffolk. Lord Rendlesham is named as his successor -Chelmsford Chronicle. On the declaration of the poll at the Bodmin election, there appeared Subscribers-only content

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    will not begin the lesson of the humanities at the level of the Alverstoke plan. FEELING AMONG THE FARMERS. Lord Rendlesham, having appealed by address and visit to the agricultural constituency of East Suffolk, found himself compelled, previous to the Subscribers-only content

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    place. Colonel Bememoved, and Captain Anstruther seconded, the nomination of Lord Rendlesham, because he was a true Conservative on all points. (Cheers). R. N. Shawe, Esq. then came forward to propose Alexander Shafto Adair, Esq. Brampton Gordon, Esq., seconded the Subscribers-only content

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    was adopted. EAsT SUFFOLK ELaCTsoN.--On Monday the High Sheriff declared the final result of the election. The numbers for Lord Rendlesham were 2,952; * Mr Adair, 1,8,18, The sword of a knight of the shire was then girded on the Subscribers-only content

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    an adjourn. ment to the school-room took place. John Moseley, Esq,, took the chair- and among those present were Lord Rendlesham, M.P.; Lord Henniker, M.P.; Hon. and Rev. Mr Hotharn; Rev. George Attwood, &c. The meeting was then addressed by Subscribers-only content

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    Cavendish, Hon. G. Hollond, R. Polhill, F. Chetwode, Sir J. Hope, A. Praed, W. T. Colvile, C. R. Horsman, E. Rendlesham, Lord Copeland, Alderman Jocelyn, Lord Ross, D. R. Cresswell, B. Johnstone, Sir J. Round, C. G. Carteis, H. B. Subscribers-only content

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    HR MILES. Adderley Colvile Henniker, Lord Reid, Sir J. Baillie, Colonel Dickinson Irviag aous, Captain Baillie, H. J. Disraeli Long Rendlesham, Benett, . Douglas M'Geachy Lord Blackstone East A'ILean Russell, J . D.W. Brownrigg Ferrand Miles, NV. Sandon, Lord Carnegie, Subscribers-only content

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    The motion o r Villiers had hi support.I Colonel RUSHBROOKE spoke on the condition of the agricultural peasantry of Suffolk.-Lord RENDLESHAM hoped that Sir Robert Peel would boldly avow his deter- mination to maintain that system of protection which this Subscribers-only content

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    the grand jury expressed a desire that the prisoner should be indicte. for murder. The prisoner is keeper to Lord Rendlesham. From the evidence of a man named Mace, it appeared that on the night of the 15th of February Subscribers-only content

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    that his party would nail the colours of protection to the mast, and fall at the post of duty. Lord RENDLESHAM thought that Sir R. Peel, in pro- l posing so extraordinary a change, should have appealed upon it to Subscribers-only content

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    March Duchess of Sutherland Countess of Eglibtoun Countiess Grey Vtoeousotcss Jocelyn Countess Wilton Lady Dufferin Countess Dowvager of Essex Lady Rendlesham Countess Granville Lady Wilde Viscoustess Castleresgh Baroness Lionel do Rothschild Viscountess t.1lseecston furs C. Mhills MTarobioness of Albercorn The Subscribers-only content

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    Merewether Turner has issued an address, soliciting the saffrages of the electors of Stroud on Libe. ratl principles. Sqffoilk- (East).-Lord Rendlesham and Mr Edward Sherl(:ck Gooch will again be candidates. Suffolk; ( West).-We hear of no opposition to the pre- Subscribers-only content

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