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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Justice Town, Esq. Derbyshire-Postponed. Devovasire-Sir H. ICarew,. of Ifaccombe, Bart. Dorsetshire-Nicholas Charles Da-niel, of Upway, Esq. Essex-John Coggan. of Wanstead, Esq. lo/scestershire-Sir Thomnas Ciawvley BolWey, of Flaxley. Abbey, Bart. Heres Tordshire-Sainuel Peploe, of Garnslooe, Esq. 1/er f'd7a'shire-JaamesSmith, of Ashlyn's-hitl],Esq. Subscribers-only content

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    the I 5th regimnent otlight dragoons, ea Wanstead. flat the Prince de CoNs E, Gen. Du- 9OIJRIER, Lord ERSKINE, and other public characters, were present. The Prince and his party afterwards yroceeded to- Wanstead HouNow where they partook I of Subscribers-only content

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    hIouse, at Wansteard, Essex, -in a landaulet, accompanied :by ,his lady, they were stspped by two hign-waymen, -betwieen Laytonstone and Wanstead, 'who came full sIpekd up to ithe carriage, ard, *-esenting -pistols; prdered, the-coacjuan to stsop, threatening-to shoot him if Subscribers-only content

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    Esq. of 6ekstn- t Portman-square, to Primrose Margaret, third daughter of Edsard i, of Baling. M On the 23rd, at Wanstead, George Blair Hall, Esq. only son of the latcole Hall, Eisq. Postmaster-General of Ben9gal, to Laura, youngest dliglt5r *1 Subscribers-only content

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    6d. ; lie immediately sold one for 3s.6d. ; and on further exansiuation, lie discovered a gold-headed cane, worth 61. WANSTEAD HoUSE.-The proceeds of the sale of this princely mansion, &c. have been greater than was expected by the creditors, Subscribers-only content

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    daughter of the late Thomas Prothero, Esq. of tsk. Ont Monday, at Wanstead, J. A. Bowetbauk, of Sun street, to Caroline, second daughter of William Walton, Esq. of Wanstead. On the 7th inst. at Htampstead, the Rev. Samuel Carr, M.A. Subscribers-only content

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    disgrace. Wild wsaste and wviijtoll i it sion reduced a re-al fortene to reins ; the noble manaision house at Wanstead vvas stripped of its furniture, and levelled to tile grouiid. The privilege of Parliamnent no imiore protected the ritlleil' Subscribers-only content

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    and ciarge his own life inte- ,reit,; algd of this power lie has no doubt availed himself pretty largely. The Wanstead eshte., 'embracing the whole' of. Mis 1l* g'a propertynbes oi9easiotiitly produced 40,0001, a year; hut this has 4104 - Subscribers-only content

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    Horatio Montagu, to Frances, eldest daughter of the late Sir G. Wood, G. C. B. On the 7th inst., at Wanstead, Essex, Josiah Bartlett, esq., of Queen's Col- lege, Cambridge, to Louisa, eldest daughter of James Boult, esq., of Horosey, Subscribers-only content

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    cattle-jobber. 14 BANKRUPTS. G. Hunter, Bury-st.,S James'swine-merchant.-[Bousfield, Chatham-place. W.'hirkliel, 'anal Brewery, Neate-st., Surrey, brewer.-CStrutt and Neal, Thread- needie-st.- J. Quarterman, Wanstead, Essex, coarh-builder.--Nind and Cotterill, Throgmorton-st. W. Tolley, Richmond, Surrey, saddler.-[Stone, Castle-st.: Strand, IV. Barton, Newington-causeway, cabinet-maker. -[Groom, Abchurch-lanfe. S. Subscribers-only content

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    but the child died almost immediately after its birth.-Standard. On the 19th inst., at Lake House, Wanstead, the lady of Thomas Hood, Esq., of a soil. On the 12th inst. Madame Garcia, wife of Siguor M. Garcia, Dover street, Pic- Subscribers-only content

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    when unhired l - The flats have been on fire this week both in Essex and the House of Lords. Wanstead in the one place, and Newcastle and Winchilsea in the other, are still burning. The sappers from Woolwich have Subscribers-only content

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    has prevailed among the inhabitants of Wanstead, lEssex, the Forest gate, and the surrounding neighbourhood, in consequence of an immense extent of that part of the common close to the forest and adjoining the Wanstead property being on fire. It Subscribers-only content

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    492. Explosion of powder mills; Abduction, 508. Death from fright; Four brothers drowned; Shock of an earth- quake at Chichester; Wanstead flats on fire; Elevation extraordi- nary, 525. Incendiarism, 540,699,715, 826. Murder in Tipperary, 540. Falling of thecliffat Hastings,541. Insanityhorriblyeured; Subscribers-only content

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    the son of a re. spectable cooper in Wapping, while playing with come other children in Ep. ping Forest, near Wanstead, met with a common adder, which they commenced beating with small sticks until they supposed it was disabled, when Subscribers-only content

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    trY returned a verdict-",That the deceased died a naturald eath produced by aneurism of the heart, and not by violence. WANSTEAD FLATS oS FIRE.-On Sunday eveni it was discovered that the surface of a large portioni of Waa stead Flats, Subscribers-only content

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    Ham, Little Ilford, Loughton, Low Leyton. Waltham Abbey: Holyfleld hamlet, Sewardstoae hannst, Upshire hamlet, Waltham Town hamlet; Waltham. stow, Woodfbrd, Wanstead. West H~ams: Church street Ward, Plaistow Ward, Stratford Ward. COUTNTY OF H~stx'oED-Aldenbam, Bushey, Ches. hunt, Chipping Barnet, Elstree, Northaw, Subscribers-only content

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    not transpire how it originated. The first stone of the Infant Orphan Asylum is to belaid by Prince Albert, at Wanstead, on Tuesday next. According to a letter published by the direction of the Marseilles Theatre, Mademoiselle Rachel, by her Subscribers-only content

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    commissioners. - At a dinner of the subscribers to the Infant Orphan Asylnea, the ladies' subscriptions (including those made at Wanstead) amounted to upwards of 3,000 guineas; and they not only gave their money, but they gave their presence at Subscribers-only content

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    Wilsden. Yorkshire. out of business. J. Butterfield, Hainworth, Yorkshire, stuff manufacturer. F. H. Howikt, Chelteoham, out of business. T Kettle, Wanstead, Essex, stationer. W. J. Marsh, Leadenhall market, poultry salesman. J. Armstrong, Tredegar, Moninoutbshire, grocer. J. T. Hobbs, Clifton, Bristol, Subscribers-only content

 

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