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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, August 20. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, AuGusT 10. Royal Artillery-Second Capt. 1H. R. Wright, to be Capt. vice Saunders, deceased; First Liest. J. WVyvne, to be Second Capt. vice Wright; Second Limut. F. A. Campbell, Subscribers-only content

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    row, New road-June 920, ft. Derbam, Leeds, W. A. minde and J. Derhans, Dolphinholme, Lancashire, worsted spinners-July 3, 1'. Nelso-, Stibbington, Huntiegdonshire, paper manufacturer -J iy 7, J. Cotrer,'Texteth PauL, La-casoite,huilder-Juree27, 3. Jatmes, Walbrook, hardwareman-July 1, J. Westwood, Bir- uuingham, Subscribers-only content

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    week. Among ACCIDENTS PECULIAR TO TvE SEASON was the melancholy death of Miss Fanny Wing, daughter of the rector of Stibbington, near Wansford, under whom the ice broke when she was skating last Saturday, upon the river Nene. In its Subscribers-only content

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    whilst on his death-bed he confessed to having participated in the murder and robbery of Thomas French, a shepherd, of Stibbington, in November, 1816. French had been to Peterborough market, to sell some sheep for Mr. Gaskill, of Wansford, and Subscribers-only content

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    on Saturday at noon, sausing the death of Miss Fanny Wing, daughter of the Rev. W. Wing, the rector of Stibbington, near Wangs ford. The deceased and her sister went to skate on the River None, about half a mile Subscribers-only content

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    House, Lutterworth; t JJ Iitohell, teicestoi; Middle School, LeiceAter '*P. H' Mitchell, Weston, Commercial S., Weston; it J. L. Paukl Stibbington, Abington House, Zeorthamptpn; B. -ParsonsI Cainscross, Shireland Hall, Birmingham'; W. Provis, Bath, 36,, Riveis' Street,' Bath; IV. 'W.- Smith" Subscribers-only content

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    his wife and five children, had been brought to the Union-house for shelter, stated that he was a native of Stibbington, where he had resided all his life, that he had worked on and off for thirty-four years for one Subscribers-only content

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    counter _ t traie, cloinlg troei 25 to, 35 bulhels her drmy.-For lfirtler p:r- ticolana, pliply to J. Lloyd, 20, Stibbington Streot, St. Panmcras, NW. ._ c5 ACIIINIST Bu ogipmpooal, in Blirminrghamo; mnanmnrflc- t, .h lrLtrring three ult eeiS Coitiea Subscribers-only content

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    E. Cooke, Market harborough, and also of Norzhoarnp. ton, hatter - 8 T. Blethyn, Bristol, woollen-draper - s *r. Nelsot, Stibbington, paper manufacturer - Ill R. Benson. 20, Parilarnent-otreet, Westminster, sean, paper agent, and of 1l, Wilderness-row, Clerkcnwe:, vratch Spring Subscribers-only content

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    Luddington the Art otherwise Luddlington in the Brook, Lutton otherwise Lud- Town Pany dington in the Woed, Sibson, Wanoiword, and Stibbington, or office and some of them, in the counties of Htuntingdon and Northamnp- Day tlung too, or one of Subscribers-only content

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    C iy Standground, Farcet, or some of them, in the County of Cam- FI lo bridge. - is Siboon cnum Stibbington in the County of Northampton. t )Y Saint John the Baptist Fetes-borough Parish, Saint John the -P ruf Baptist Subscribers-only content

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    Thuring udntnthe tot otherwise Luddington In the BrooLto tews Lu d- Tows my dington in the WVold, Sibson, Wanaword, and Stibbington, or office Mid some oft them, in the counties of Huntingdon and Northamp- Day, sug ton, or one of Subscribers-only content

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    fron iy Standground, Parcel, or some of them, in the County of Cam- Rai] se bridge. Sass( as Sibson cum Stibbington in the County of Northampton. thro )y Saint John the Baptist Peterborough Parish,- Saint John the pare of Baptist Subscribers-only content

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    ad th onyo ~~tdn loTunng, Luddingo th lactohrieL igoniyh roLto otherwise Lud- Tc ~ dingion in the Wold, Sibson, Waniwordand Stibbington, or Oil tug smofteithconisoHningdon and Northarnip Dt tong oroeehm unnin oebroke, Wannington, se, ent wl etroog, eghre Eastlield, Dogsthorpe, Subscribers-only content

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    Holme, Glatton,, Denton, ted Caldecet, Stilton, Polkswortb, Morborne, Yaxley. Hadden, b her Staudgrnound onus Farcet, Standground, Farcet, Sibson onus her Stibbington, Orton Cherry. otherwise Overton Watervillet ,ers Orion Long. otherwise Overton Longville corn Botolph Bridget ats, Alwalton, Fietton, and Woodstone, Subscribers-only content

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    Whittlesea St. Mary and St. Andrew, hatm Whittlesea St. Mary and Whittlesea St. Andrew, in the county tow; of Calnbridge; Stibbington otherwise Sillon-CUM-Stsbibingtou of t. -with WVanstord, in the counity of Northampton; Elibson, Elton, Arir Luttoin ottlerwise tLnddyngtots in the Subscribers-only content

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    whilst on his death-bed he confessed to having participated in the morder and robbery of Thomas Frendb, a shepherd, of Stibbington, in November, 1816. French khad been to Peterborough market to Eell some sheep for k, Mr. Gaskell, of Waneford, Subscribers-only content

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    Saturday, at nooii, causing the death of Miss Fanny Wing, now; ile daughter of the Rev. W. Wing, rector of Stibbington, near lees 1 to Wansford. The deceased and lies- sister wenktto skate on He ke the rivei- Nene, about Subscribers-only content

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    of her property to her friend Lady Margaret Rose.-The will (dated June 4th, 1867) of Mr. Thomas Percival, late of Stibbington, i Huntisngdonshire, and of White's Club, St. James's, who a died on July 12th last, was proved on the Subscribers-only content

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    THE LEEDS MEICUliY. TUESDAY, June 1st, 1880. Ti tic THE Marquis of ipipon arrived at Borlibay pr yeSterday, and Will TresZue his journey for Silla oal be the 3rd. UP A lRETErr's tcdcamln frozM Sailma of yeStfe- wvi day's Subscribers-only content

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