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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Trinity Church, Gainsborough; the Rev. G. Shaw to the ouracy of Bardney; the Rev. W. lBreoke to the curacy of Ropsley, alias Ropes- ley, near Grantham; the Rev. E. J. Grey to the curacy of Herworth, Nottinghamshire; the Rev. S. Subscribers-only content

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    Lace, and Moslin; FRENCFI and ENG(LISHi CORSET.S, GRINOLLNES, MORNINGf DR>ESSES, LADIES' OUTFITTINGE, &c. 33, PARK-ROW, LEEDS. B 8713 e 41 ROPSLEY is -now exhibiting a MAGNIF 'ICNT 1 . COLLECTION of Silk, Satins, Metro Antiquces, Foulards, I)ress Ma~terials. Rlobes. Costumes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ANUFACrTTRERS.-Wascted, Melton mnd other od I CLOTH of gond qunlity for export. Send price and oxceeples to d r Grencock, Ropsley, udrantharn. -a WAT.NTED, about 15 Gallones of New MILKC daily. Address H 444, Cy V Me-cmseyofice, Leeds. c s. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The districts thus suspeuded are Altrinchens. Bacup, Bolingbroke (Lincolushire), Dunstabie, H(adiigley (Yorkshire), Holland (Lincolnshire), Knlutsford ICheshire), Newton-on- Ouse (Yorkshire), PateleyBridwe, Ropsley (Liicolushire), Swadlingeote (Derbyshire), 19wineshoad tLincolushire), and Wakeaeld new district. On the other hand, during the last quarter 19 new Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir Hugh Cholmeley, Bart., and Licout.- Col. Parker, a labonrer named Frank Rastall, and Jane Rastall, his wife, late of Ropsley, but now of 5, Augor's- I terrace, Grantham, were charged with neglecting their I child, Ellen Rastell, aged six Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Commission of the Le Peace for the Spittlegate Petty Sessional division, n | and has sat as representative of the Ropsley electoral a district on the Kesteven County Council. Iy i3r. Adam Wood, a gentleman who was well-known y I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of grass land at Waleot made £310; fa. 2r. 23p. in the eamea gp ii..i £400; a surgeon's residence at Ropsley (rent 25s fetchead 3565; a farm-house,l buildings, an=d S&On Ore 331 at Doningbton rent £50), withdrawn at £75D; 11-a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Halifax, and at 'vas wvell known locall-, died on Tuesday last. ct Mr. Andrew Porter, a centenarian, died at Ropsley, h. near Grantham. a few days ago, and the death is also reported of Mrs. Wills, of Bath, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mway 25th). walked by MIr. G. Stain- land, Croxten; 2, Generous, by Dexter-Gaiety (Msarch 165h), walked b- Mr. 1V Hazlewood. Ropsley; 3, Dtamsel. bv Dexter-Vigilant (June 22nd), walked by Ar. Miller, Plungar: reerve. Rirukt, by Deter- Ra.pid (Jan. 29th) walked Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    44; total, 117 . W~oulsthorpe first in- nings. 62 ; second innings, 221; total, 64. A game was played at Ropsley on Wednesdsy the 25th uIt., between eleven gentlemen of the Thorpe Latimer club, and the same number of the Subscribers-only content

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    ; Thursday, laxton; Saturday, Langwith Lodge; at half-past ten. outlald's, Duke of-Monday, Croxton Park;, Tuesday, Little polstos;;; Vednesday, Belvoir; Friday, Ropsley Kennel; at half-past Redesdale's, Lord-Monday, Chapel Honse; Wednesday, Tar Wood; Friday, New Barn; Saturday, Kiddington Gate; at half.past ten. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; Wednesday, Epperston Village; Thursday, Laxtoa; Saturday, White Posts ; at half. past ten. Ratland's. DBke of-Monday, Croxton Park; Tuesday, Ropsley Xennels; Wednesday, Bottesford; Friday, Byard's Leap; at half.past ten. Shropchire-Monday, the Fox, Albrighton; Thursday, Lutwyche; et half-past ten. Somercet Subscribers-only content

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    ten. Rufford-Monday, Beesthorpe; Tuesday, Glasswell Thursday, Kirklington; Saturday, Walesby village - at half-past ten. Rutland's, Duke of-Monday, Piper Hole; Tuesday, Ropsley Kennel; Wednesday, Denton Park; Friday, Dry Doddington; at half-past ten. Staffordshire (North)-Monday, Betley; Wednesday, Black Brook; Friday, Doddington Park; Subscribers-only content

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    Wednesday, Barton Gate; Friday, Adlestrop Gate; Saturday, Tangley; at lhalf-past ten. Butiand's, Duke of-M1onday, Staunton llall; Tuesday, Broad Waters; Friday, Ropsley Kennel; at 1amlfpast ten. Stadbordslire (North) -Tuesday Trentham; Thursday, Croxden Abbey; at halt'past ten. Sutton's, Sir Richard-Monday, Blaston Pasture; Subscribers-only content

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    Ballyoapple; k'riday, IEuookhoeol; at eleven. TEE DUFE OF RUTIAKD'S HoUiNes.-On the 8th instant, for the frstftle this leaaousthe Dqke'shboundscaetathelrkenuels, at Ropsley; and the nust day. the meetVas 3at Aswarby. It is an enlivening contrast to tle dull monotony of agricultural Subscribers-only content

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    6 .at Lea Village. At half-past ten. DUKE OF RUTLAND's HOUNDS WILL StEET ON Thursday, Mlarch 4 . ......... at Ropsley Kettel. Friday, - 5. ......... at Slrimsher's W ill. Each day at half-past ten o'clock. MIL FOLJAMlBE's HOUNDS WITLL Subscribers-only content

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    Henry Coke, bprii 12th Dec.' 1811, mat'riculated from Peijbroke Col. le'ge. Oxford, 21st April 1831, . 3A. '1835, Rector of Ropsley, Lintolnisire, 1846;. and . (6) 'Riciard Ueorge Coke, born 12th Feb.', 1813,-;*ho was living at Brimlington fHa1, C:1hesterfield, .jn. Subscribers-only content

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    falls back to his uncle, who labours underthe deprivationof sight. PREFERMENT.-The Rev. John Heairy Coke, B.A., Perpetual Curate of Taddington, D~rbyshire, has been pre- sented to the Rectory of Ropsley, in the county of Lincoln. Patron, the Duke of Rutland. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COLLEGE.-The Lord Bishlop of Lincoln has instituted the Rev. John Henry Colce, M.A., of Wacldham College, to the Rectory of Ropsley, Lincobsohirc. Vealu, 069/. Pop. 673. ConPUs COLEoGE.-The Rev. George Carless Swayne M.A., ,Scholar of Corpus, has besa elected Fellow Subscribers-only content

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    .3 1 12 3 Du lilttle Hmby, do ....... 15 6 r Elungerton -cum-Wyvill, Do do .. 14 0 DP Ropsley, do .11 1 10 Deo Hiugham, do. 1 6 1S 0 Dc, Somerby, do ........... 12 0O Dl lniptons,do., Subscribers-only content

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