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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Harling, Norfolk.. Csrrespondence frem Diss, which is no great distance from Harling, mdaakes a similar statement. A letter from Wattisfield, Suffolk, also descibes the effect of a shock, which seemed to come from the north- 1Iuense shoals of mackerel Subscribers-only content

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    residence. Penton Great, county and diocese Lincoln; value, £480 with residence. Taynton, Gloucestershire, diocese Gloucester and Bristol ; value £400. Wattisfield, Suffolk, diocese Ely; value, £420 with r sidence. Witney, county and diocese Oxford; value, £1,700 with residence. York, AU Subscribers-only content

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    T. Biclerstcrh, B.A.; vicar of St. a Paull'sPudsey-patrro, the Bishop of Ripon. Rev. I G. G. Bird, M.A, rectoc ct Wattisfield, Dios, Norfolk; t vicar of Hoilnwood, Oldham. Rev. R. B. Bird, vicar of r lKingstoiie-wit-Thrliriton-vatron, the Bishop of Here- Subscribers-only content

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    destruetive work in that neighborhood.-On the morning cr' Wednesday a fire broae out in the fahrm-buildings of Mr., Nwn,, of Wattisfield, six miles from Ixtorth and three ftom Bottesd5se. It was discovered at 4d A. s,.s -ad nu doubt exists Subscribers-only content

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    Merioneth- sibire, Surrogate of Bangor. Rev. J. Garforth, M.A., vicar of Falstow, near Louth. Rev. J. T. Hassall, rector of Wattisfield, Suffolk. 1ev. J. G. H. Hill, M.A., rector of Quarloy, Hants., St. Katharine's Hospital. Rev. A. F. Hogan, B.A., Subscribers-only content

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    se eoii at Garrasasy* the Auction hf art l andl of thes Zuetioneevr, IS, Preiciceatret,1 lLpaJ Lis eqtcero, Ilolberm's.~of I Wattisfield, Suffolk.-F reehold and (sanall part) eopyhold fanm, lt upon lease at £100cr annuum. JESSRS. TIUSGRO0VF and GADSDEN have L Subscribers-only content

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    3 4 4. Troston 38 6 Oi 2 5 9 Walsh am-le- Willows ... 67 16 ll| 7 5 01 Wattisfield 72 0 6. 11 15 111 Weston Maiket 80 9 _l 8 12 7. Woolpit 149 15 8$ 25 Subscribers-only content

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    Willows, aud Henry Miller, of Badwell Ash, mercbauts and co-partners, against Samuel Wm. Buck, Wattisfield. innkeeper, (administrator of the estate of John Buck, late of Wattisfield, innkeeper, deceased) and Arthur Buck, of Wyaston Leys, in the couuty of Monmouth, heir-at-law Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Charles Jannings ; Tostock, Mr. John Howell ; Walsham-le- Willows, Messrs. Thomas Eslea and Wil- liam Green Hatten ; Wattisfield, no return ; Wether- den, Mr. George Coe ; Woolpit, Mr. Jonathan Balls. Accident.- A man in the employ Subscribers-only content

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    Walton, D. Easlea, H. Barrell, T. VV. Last, IV. H. Hatten, F. , Gayford* (Honingtou), W. Lord, H. Ymingman* j (Wattisfield), R. C. Lefft* (Troston), R. W. Stiff* ( (Norton), J. Lock* (Hinderclay.) (Those names which are followed by an Subscribers-only content

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    Nottley William Colson Robert Hatten John Sheppard George Markham Philip Youngman Ixworth. William G. Hatten Joseph Harrison Dr. Short KnettUhall. Wattisfield. William Matthew Henry Yonngman Langham. Weston Market. Henry Morgan Day Kersey Dennis Edward Miller Westhorpe. Thos. W. King _-„ Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIED. «n the 25th ult, at Stowmarket, Mr. R. Vebdon, of Rickinghall, to Louisa Rainbibli, widow, of the White Swan, Wattisfield. On the 28th ult., in London, Geo. H. Beaumont, to Catherine Hardy, eldest daugbter of the late Wm. Hardy, Subscribers-only content

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    present- fl. J. Wilkinson, Esq., and J. H. Heigham, Esq.] Transfer! of Licsnck.- The licence of the White Swan, at Wattisfield, was transferred to Louisa Raiubird. Application- for Sureties.- This was the only case for hear- ing, and was an Subscribers-only content

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    which have brought them to Bury ; two are resident at Long Melford, and the rest at Norton, Gedding, Newmarket, Wattisfield, &c. It is, there- fore, quite on the cards that outgoing councillors may at the forthcoming elections meet with Subscribers-only content

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    Weston Market ; and tbe foot and mouth disease on those of Lord Thurlow, at A-!.:., id, Mr. Watson, of Wattisfield, Mr. Geo. Goldsmith, of S. piston, and Mr. Alfred Colsou, of Rickinghall. Offence against the Game Laws at Bar. Subscribers-only content

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    , Li* "? butions, 291. lGs. 3d ; Book-hawking, 21. 105. M, p" n * Ixworth, Livermere, Mildenhall, Wickhambrook »"} Wattisfield various contributions had also been received making a total of 1141. lis. Od. During the year a frl' contribution Subscribers-only content

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    IXWORTH. PETTY SESSION, Monday, Nov. 8. (Justices present- H. J. Wilkinson. Esq. (Chairman), the Dnke of Grafton, E. Greene, Esq., M.P., and H. Milbank, Esq.] Stealing Grapes. - Heury Hurrell was charged with stealing some grapes, the property of Subscribers-only content

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    hist., at Ipswich, aged 66, Maby Ann, the wUe of Charles Baldby, late of Lavenham. On the 3rd inst., at Wattisfield, after many years' affliction, borne with Christian patience and faith, aged 51 years, Sarah, the beloved wife of John Subscribers-only content

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    against thb Highway Act at Wattispibld.- James Jarmau was charged with allowing his pony to stray on the highway, at Wattisfield, on the 29th of November.- Lt off on payment of costs, is. Alleged Assaults at Tiiblsztiiam. - Joseph Brabrook Subscribers-only content

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    was shown at the commence- ment of the sale, the prices given varying from 332. to 392. Mr. Youngman, of Wattisfield, contributed three weU-grazed heifers with their calves, which fetched good price!', the highest being 302. for a nice homebred Subscribers-only content

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