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  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Thomas Noble [Noble] Role: witness Details: male; 64 Employment: gresman Location: St John Lee (Northumberland) Place(s): Sandhoe (Sandow) : undefined St John Lee (Sancti Johanis de Hexham) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Thomas Pain [Paine; Spane] Role:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his case hopeless) for his being called to the rest alud quiet of the grave. On the 23d ult at Sandhoe, near Hexham, Edward Cbarl- ton, Esq., the last of the mate descendants of the ancient farily of Charlton, of Subscribers-only content

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    responsible. Guilty.-Twelve months' imprisonment. The 11wma 'n o Courant states that Sir R. S. Erringtou. Bart., the president of the Sandhoe Rila Club, has dissolved the club. TjiE DETMO11rONn S FOR THE NRW LAW COURTS. -The area devoted by legislation Subscribers-only content

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    J. McIndoe, of York. For 11 single gladioli, let, £4, Mr. John Harrison, Dar- lington; 2nd, 13, Mr. W. Marshall, Sandhoe, llzxham. Mr. itRutledge obtained lst prize of :.3 for eight zonat pelargoniumiT. The display of fruits was such as Subscribers-only content

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    The weather was fine, and a number of persons visited the locality during the day, in- cluding Miss Errington, of Sandhoe; Lady Madelina Taylor; Lady Pollington, and family. A week has now elapsed since her Ladyship ventured upon this course Subscribers-only content

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    us. l The travellers on the railway there fLom Carihale to New. v castle admire the situation of Beaufront an4 Sandhoe on e the slope of that sunny hitl-siee; but how many of them Y have either seen or heard Subscribers-only content

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