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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Downton Castlo. Friday week., ,, 92 ........ Hopton Court. Mv.. C. MUSTERS'S HOUNDS.-At a quarterbefore N&ven. Friday..,,,,Nov. IS 1 ..,.... Stragglethorpe Croew Poade. THE r'YTomImEV HOUNDS.-At Elesen. This day, . ...Nov. 16 ........ Stanford Hall. riday, ..... , 11 . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7........ Iazlebeach. Ms. 0. MUSTEZS'S HOUNDS.-At a quoarterbtore Eleven, Tuesday .... Jan. S. . Broadsall Priory. Friday ... ,, 6..G.. Stragglethorpe Cross RoAds, TTHE LEDBURY HOUNDS.-A t half ulrst Ten. Thie day .... Jan. 2 . Stanley tll Turupike. Friday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. 1MSTBEBS HO0ND.-At a qoarter bfoere Rise This day .... Jan. 3 .... Breadsall Priory. Friday ..... ,, ..... , Stragglethorpe Cross 8gj ds. THE LMBDERY HOUND3.-At half-past TM Friday .... Jan. 6..... oddi gletonCross. THE COTSWOLD HOUNDSt.-At Eleven. Wednesday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stone Pits. Saturday.... ,, 7. ...., Hazlebeaoh. MP.. 0. MUJiTES'S HOUNDS.-Ait a quarter before SteBms Friday ...,.. Jan. 6 ...... Stragglethorpe Cross Rosds, r THE LEDBURY HOUNDS.-At Ito V.apat Ten. Friday ....Jan. 6 ..,...,. Goddighto, Cross. THE 0ST.9lWOLD HOUNDS.-Ac Sierra. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ?toaa Pits. Batuieday .... . ........ Hazlebesah. Ma. C. M11TERS'S HOUND.-At a quarter before lkev. Friday ...... Jan. 6 ........ Stragglethorpe Croru Roads, THE LEDUBUY ROUNDS.-A t haV-past 2'c Friday ...... Jan. 6 ........ Ooddlngtoo Cross. TEE OOTSWOLD HOUNDS.-At Dlek. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .......Lonidord. Saturday .... ,, 18 ..... Walton Village. BM. 0. MUSTZES'S HOUND3.-At at awurter before'itczen. Friday ..... Mar. 17 ..... Stragglethorpe Cross Bor, TELE LEDBURY HOUNDS.-At half-pass re". Friday . a..... Mr. 17 ......romaherrow Heath. | 131 W. W- WYNN'S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Village. Mt. C. MUSTERS'S HOUNDS.-A t a quarter before cieves Tuesday .... Feb. 6........ Moor Green. Friday . . 9 Stragglethorpe Cross loads, THE LEDBURY HOUNDS.-At half-past Tre This day .... Feb. S ... Ridgeway Cross. Friday ...... 9...... Colin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ........ Radbourn. Saturday.... , 10 ........ Normanuton Village. UR. C. MUSTERS'S HOUNDS.-Arta quarter beeort Eleve Friday ...... Feb. 9 ........ Stragglethorpe Cross Ro. THE LlDBUEY HOUNDS.-At hal-past Ten. Friday ...... FCo. 9 ........ Cohn Park. Monday .... . , 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nov. 16, I ong Biickby; Saturday, Nov. 17, Sibbertoit. Mr., MbUSTER's HouNms, at a quierte tos Elaveu.-This day, Nov. 13, Stragglethorpe Cross-roads; Friday, Nov. 16, Middle. brook Bridge {Seolstoto Common). Tan DUBe or RUTLAND'S HoUnns, at Bleveo.-ThIs day, Nov. 13, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    baronetcy of the Earle family- The reverend gentlemnan claims to belong to the family of Sir Richard Earle, EarL, of Stragglethorpe, Lin- colohire. who held that title in the 17th oentury. Mr. Earle's famsily went over to Ireland between 1642- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Honington, Foston, M1arston, Ilougham, Westborough, Dry Mlid' IDodinugton, Hougli-on-tthe-Hill. Carlton Scroope, Brandon, A' Geiston, Normanton, Caythorp, Friesten, Stubton, Claypols,an Fenton, Stragglethorpe, Beeainghiam, lBroughton-on-Brant sand othlerwise runut Brougihton, and Sutton, in the parts of Keste-th Ven,biiithe county of Lincoln; Flawford. in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ItLaeoiff-ona-Trent. Channel Islanids Cattle-T. 0l d.Weetaono, Manoete Atherston. Sheep-RS. BottenD Tthwell flail, ooth; F. C. Marshall Riseholnme, LLincoln; Joshua Minn, Stragglethorpe, Rladcliffe-on-h ITrend. Huntirs and Roa&.sera-J. S. Trolove, Brinokbill Maisor- Spilsby; W. C. Nainby Luxinore, Bainody-e C) Beck, Great Grimsby: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SyRe-PA3E.s-On the Iet June, at Stragglethorpe, Charles Arthur c Sykes, of West Hill, Ordsall, Retford. youngest son of John Sykes, T solicitor, York House, Kiddefsaleld, to Xate Margasret, 'eldest daughter of William Parke, of Stragglethorpe Hell, -Unolushire. '1 WALERe-BLAIl-On the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    L0- yMucgest daughter oa John and joahella For4, jaite of Noweastle, h0o ho gland. wh bsnSe-PAnZN.-On the lat June, at Stragglethorpe, Charles Arthur Sykes, of Wsst Hill, Ordsall Retford, youngest son of John Seesme to solicitor, York htouse, Rtuddersf11l, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    induced to offer more than £1,600 for the advowson an4 ,next presentation. Evidently the attractions of fecking- .c ham with Stragglethorpe and Fentata are not great_ Probably the auctioneer was unable to state that there 5 u-ere " good fishing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Mr. idward Bennett, Patehol Woverham1zopton. Sheep: Mr. K. C -Nei'man The MNanor Farm, 'Rofford Abbey; and Mrd Jolso Longs, Stragglethorpe, Newar-k. Pigs: Mr. S.I1 Bxrrottt Scotia usk~hamn, NeosIaik. and N'sic 'aX e. Wood, 1-mU Fiarm, Sockrhlmel, Mftrnihiod. Tha principal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mliddletoto', Lord-Monday. the top ol Gariaby Hill; Wednescay, Yeuraley; Friday, Swaythorpa Paeture; Saturday, Wilberfoas Mile-at half-past ten. musters', Mr Chaworth-Tuesday, Stragglethorpe Cross Bonds; Friday, Moor (Grean-at a quarter to eleven. Oakley-Monday, TYvlnglhsao ; Wednesday, Busoden Windmill; Saturday, Bletans-at a quarter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ply to the Queen to a revive-the baronetcy of the Earle family, held by B Sir Richard Earle, -Bart.,' of Stragglethorpe, Lin- colnshire, in the seventeenth century 'A little girl, who resided at Bush Hill Park, .has just died. Two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in lieu of Tithes ftr Beckinigh m niu Fenton; Fort)-five Pounds a year i's now paid f§r the Titihes of Stragglethorpe. There is an excellent Par- Ionage Haufe. aid Offices, with Stabling, Coach Houle, &c. all built in tde tretent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Out. I buildings and Close ; and further information obtained from SIr. CRABTREE, sen. Colston Bassett, Nottinghamshire; - Sir. SMITH, Stragglethorpe, Nottinghamshire; or of Air. RENSHAW, Solicitor, Nottingham. Nottingham, 25th October, 1830. f llay, Winter Pasturage, . Live and Dead Subscribers-only content

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