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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    almost convarted 0o myself, arter looking at it for three Days runnin. So you see it dont impruve on acquaintance. Rigsby the Carpenter is of the same mind as the others; He have wun a Prize himself, that are Print Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reply to ter Chaplin The ChANCEOR of the ExCHEQuER explained that the cattle disease that had recently broken out at Rigsby, in Lincolnebire, was not plague, but splenetic apoplexy. It was not a new disease in England, though the outbreaks Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Alford, Arthur H.,urv Tolmni. Ez1, gurgeon, Derby. to Charlotte Mtaria, eldest (dagltter ti the ls:e James Mason, Esq., of Rigsby H-ouse, Litscolnohire. FOROr-CRArT.-June GtIn, at St. Peter's, Ilington, Thomttt., el-lei' son of Thomas R. Forge, of Great Gri'msy, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    days by lab w what is known as splenic apoplexy, on the farm of Mr. per 1 W. Mason, of Rigsby, near Alford. The first intimation Mr of the disease was observed 'by the herdsman, who on hi going to Subscribers-only content

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    rian'cserrliiiiv; J Il'cwec', severely; P POrver, chl1ccger'orclV; I' Q cigh., J Raieviiy so eveel)'; J eri s~rlilivi r V X Rigsby, ilcuc- g.roucly;' tlocle, stilgiria 'I Rllorc Ic, eovvcrcly; J1 Rtccsoll, H Russell, 1 hRsdor' irsd A Scnarc, slightly; TI Subscribers-only content

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