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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edward Eyre, only son of Lieutenant-Colonel Eyre, to Joanna Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Dr Edridge, rector of Shipdham. At Florence, Stewart C. Bruce, Esq. son of tbe late Sir Harvey Bruce, Bart. of Down Hill, Londonderry, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Court of Review, unless cause be shown to the contrary on or before October 3. J. Lovesy, Cheltenham, librarian-F. Coker, Shipdham, Norfolk, timber dealer - T. Whinney, Panton street, Haymarket, licensed victualler-H. Bolton, Luton, straw manufacturer-J. Coward, Kenton, near Harrow, Subscribers-only content

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    Seymour, Sunderland, Durham, linen draper. [itrle, Southampton buildings, Chancery lane. Dividicslds.-January 13, J. J. Long, mttories, mereer-Iiecemner tij, V. Coker, Shipdham, Norfolk, timber dealer-December 30, F. Davis, Daton, Bedtord- shire, merchant-December 31, J. Midgley, Kingston-upon-Hull, carpenter-Janu- ary 6, H. Canniford, Subscribers-only content

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    Owet, White Hart coua t, Lom- bard street, now of Gloucester road, Croydon. wine merchant. [Stevens. Queen street, Clhenpside.-E. Wyatt, Shipdham, Norfolk, millerattdmercrtant. [Soleand Co., Aldermanbury.-J. Buxton, Brassington, Derbyshire, grocer. [Jatues and Knighlt, Birmingliam.-E. Barrwick, Market place, Snaith, Yorkshire, printem. Subscribers-only content

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    7th,, at Naples, IV. E. Routh, Esq., SG --On the e3th, at Hammersmith, A. Haines, Esq., 02-On1 the 14th, at Blackheath, Mrs Collins, S3-Oni the 1ith, at Sidbury, the Rev. 11. Fellowes, 90-On the oath, at Shipdham, Mrs Bullock, so. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hammersmith, Mr P. T. Lemaitre, S8-On the 6th inst., at Abingdon, J. Hyde, Esq., 87 -On the 7thx inst., at Shipdham, Mrs Bullock, 85-On the 8th inst., at Walworth, W. C. Buckland, Esq., 84-On the 29th ult., at Paris, M. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    local preachers were read over, as is usual, to hear any objections that may be raised, Mr. Cock, chemist, of Shipdham, entered, his protest-or rather the aggregate protest of others-against the continuation of Mr. Gibson's name on the list. Being Subscribers-only content

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    Iing Edward's School, but he left there ePightee' reonths ago, and has since been at the Rev. F. JSibre's school, Shipdham, Norfolk. I should be glad if, in jusiloe to Mr. Sibreo, you would kindly make the necessary correoion in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lCd., on the Feb. 21, and three following .Moniaye, at Mr. larrisac, Nottinghamn. and DIVIDENDSr. I Afair 11 E. Wyott, Shipdham, miller. read -Il C. Duivall, Urooby-roiv, Walwortb-road, and elsewhere, yrovi- Stan sion merchattt. , agai - .11 EiI lioitOlte Subscribers-only content

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    Xymint, D"vo. RlevH. Hopiewood. Rector of Bothal, Morpetls 1ev. W. YEdwards, Vicar of Ptbudalsn, FPletim Rev. B. Borker Reetor of Shipdham, Norfolk. Re.J. Poole, fiector of Eumor smr~gs Rev. . Waels, Rectuor ro B Somd Ba hc Rev, F. Wickham, Subscribers-only content

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    and spirit busines 1 inns andpulc as '555 houses doing a good. trade, situated at Watton aham Toeny Ovne ton, Shipdham, Westfield, East Dereham HiihaRokmd t.f to- Peter North Pickenham, Caston, East liradenham"W~estBren ha q~ecton, Milehain, Ranhae East Marling, Sprle, Subscribers-only content

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    wine end spirit business, 10 inns and public- -houses doing a good trade, situated at Walton, t~aham Toney, Oving- ton, Shipdham, Westfield, East Dereham, Hinigham, Rockland, St. Peter North Pickenhoen, Casten, East Bradenham, West Berade- ham, keeton. , Miehiam, Baublam, Subscribers-only content

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    lifracembe, on the Istof Septembc lhymney, in Monmouth, heed officer, stofSptet bed 1-Jewkpst fired on the same day; and at Shipdham, in Norfl oney I office, Thetford, on the 12th of September. The in5Oh- , order office formerly known by Subscribers-only content

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    Newli hts, who always refuse to call in medical assistance. Scarstina and hooping-cough have infested Blofield; typhus is lingering in Shipdham, and has proved fatal to several persons in the parsh of Tecolut- stone, Five children died of beeping-cough in Subscribers-only content

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    Tamn w worth, Staffordshire, L.S.A., August 11, 1836 - Jones Harridge Ford, Grays, Essex, L.8.A October 8,J136 John Pevett Clenting, Shipdham, Norfok, L.S.A., May 4, 1837; Willam Peasce, St. Tudye, uear Bodm7n,Cornewtal fi L.S.A., December31, 1840; Thomas Swain, Newhali-etret, r Subscribers-only content

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    Staffordshire, manager of liquor vaults-Juno S. Elinslleth Pllgrim, Salinbnry-crescent, Walworth, widow-June 3. li. Haines, Llnnbaddock, Monmonthlshire, haul-ier-June 19.. G Watlig, Shipdham, Nofolk, shoemaker. BANKBUPTCiBS ANNULLEBD. Slay 17. JoHnx rrzoENALD, Brighton, marine store dealer. July Il. HENRY FouLEES, John-street, Kennington-road, cab Subscribers-only content

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    Joint Bishop, Tredegar, Mon- mouthsbire, liueudraper. John Wesley Hooper, White-cot- tage, Holloway road, Islington, statuary and stove mason. Fuller Coker, Shipdham, Norfolk, timber dealer. Joshua Clarke, Hinkley, Leicestershire, hosier. Moses Workman, Upton-upon-Severn, brasier. James Pugh, Monmouth, tailor. Benjamin Yeates, Monmouth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Seddon, Liverpool, shipwright, boat builder, aud sbipsmith, James Grey Sop- pett, North 8-datit-. Northumberland, miller aud shipowner. Elijah Wyett, Shipdham. Norfolk, miller aud merchant. DiviD-SSD.- J uue 10, W. Smith, Bolton-le-Moors, grocer. Cbbtibicatbb to be granted unless cause be Subscribers-only content

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    tbat he has A SET OF THE ABOVE TACKLE TO LET. .Address NORTON, BURY ST. EDMUND'S. SAHAM TONEY, CASTON, AND SHIPDHAM. WILL be offered publicly, at Watton, during the month of June, unless previously disposed of by private contract, several Subscribers-only content

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    enunciation and perfect mastication. Consultation Free. e_WT Duly attendance at 9, Grosvenor-street, Grosve- nor-square, London, W. SAHAM TONEY, CASTON, AND SHIPDHAM. WILL be offered publicly, at Watton, during the month of June, unless previously disposed of by private contract, several Subscribers-only content

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