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    during the past year for the purposes of "sport !" In twenty-one weeks a celebrated rat-catcher, named Joseph Pooley, of Witnesham, brought to one public house in the town no less than 11,465 rats, which he sold at 2s. 6d. Subscribers-only content

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    Alicante being second, and Mr. G. LA1XBER's Judith third. Twenty-two horses , ran. I A widow named DiXON, living at Witnesham, near Ipsvwich, was murdered by her son yesterday, be having cut her thsat. He afterwards attempted suicide, but will Subscribers-only content

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    MATRICIDE NEAR IPSIVICH. At Witnesham, near Ipswicb, yesterday morning, a I getter was found on the steps of a house of a neighbour I of a widow named Dixon, from Dixon's son, saying he | intended to murder his mother Subscribers-only content

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    is now succeeded by his only son. The inquest on the body of Mrs. ELTrN DIoXN, who was murdered at Witnesham, near Ipswich, on Wednesday night, by her son, was held yester- day. After hearing the evidence, the jur returned Subscribers-only content

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    IN SuFirs-o.-The remains of Mrs. Ellen k Dixon, who was murdered at Witnesham, near Ipswich, es by her only son, Alfred, on Wednesday night, were he interred in Witnesham Churchyard yesterday afternoon. Of The congregation at the grave consisted almost Subscribers-only content

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    Alfred William George Dixon was brought before the Woodbridge magistrates charged with the murder of his mother, Ellen Dixon, at Witnesham, on October 8. The Treasury prosecuted. Evidence was given similar to that produced at the inquest, and Mr. iCobbold, Subscribers-only content

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    Wilson, both of this towni. ar Same day, at the parish church, Gisburn, by the Rev. William Potter, rector of Witnesham, Suffolk, John Crossley Sutclliffe, V Eeq. of Lee, near Halifax, to Ann, eldest daughter of Richard Potter, Esq. of Subscribers-only content

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    'a Dixou was brought before the Woodbridge magistrates ir charged with the murder of his mother, Ellen Dixon, at m Witnesham, on October 8th. rhe Treasory prosecuted. ai Evidence similar to that produced at the inquest was is given, and Subscribers-only content

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    Hants County Hospital. Rev. J. Bennett, Af.A; 3 Vicar of Thorntou Heath, Surrey. Rev. F. D. Brown, 3 Rector of Witnesham, Suffolk-patrons, St. Peter's r College, Cambridge. Rev. T. H. Buckworth, Rector of . Belstono; Rector of East Worlingturn. Devon-patron, Subscribers-only content

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    THE IPSWICH TRAGEDY. IPswwCn.. FiDnAy.-At the inquest on Mrs. Dixon, who was murdered by her son, A. W. Dixon, at Witnesham, near Ipswich. Dr. Meadows said the deceased's throat was doubly cut, and the wound could not have been self-inflicted. Subscribers-only content

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    Dixon, a young medical student, was indicted at Ipswich assizes-before IMr. Justice Hawkins-to-day for the murder of his mother at Witnesham. The prisoner lived with his mother, a widow, who was addicted to drink, and on the night of October Subscribers-only content

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    rrairg- hdll. Norfolk, to Lttcinda, Rose, eldesr danghlter of tae late Rev. Joan Brewster Meadowvs. Vicar of hoveton, and Af Witnesham, Suffolk. s.ICRSONN-BECK-November 22. at Aigir, W.Pl. . India, Frederick George Hiclioson. of Csl- cotta. third son of the late Subscribers-only content

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    Carmartheoshire, farmn labourer.-B. ALLCOCK, Kidderminster, cabinet maker.-T. GILSON, Bury St. Edmuna's, cow keeper-F.BAXTER, Bury St. Edmund's, cabinet maker.-J. C. DOWSING, Witnesham, Suffolk, cooper--C. CALVER, Woodbridge, Suffolk, wheel. wright.-R. KIRBY, jan., Woodbridge, Suffolk, saddler.-E. AUSTIEN, Margate, shopman.-E. HILL, Rochdale, Lanca- shire, Subscribers-only content

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    to instant dismissal. S:nOCIN(INo MATRICIDE IN SUPFOLI.-On Thurs- day a shocking murder was discovered to have been oom- mitted at Witnesham, near Ipswich. It appears that Mrs. Dixon, a widow lady, has for the last fifteen months t resided at Subscribers-only content

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    WHEAT FLY. 31 Witnesham, A7ugist 14, 1838. Be SiR,-As the discussion on the nature and babita of the to wheat fly and its progeny, by Air. Sortie of Annut, Perth- ry shire, M~r. Sherrif, Mir. S. Taylor, &c,, in the Subscribers-only content

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    t girls having been outraced andimurdered. Amanhas a been arrested on ses i:ion. c A widow named Dixon, living at Witnesham, near V Ipswich, was murdered by her son on Thursday. he tj having cut her throat, le afterwards attempted Subscribers-only content

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    i vote largely Contributed to this result. I The trial of Alfrrd Dixon for the murder of his mother at Witnesham, near Ipawich, concluded oi IWednesday. The jury found the prisoner was mean, sand the usualorder for his detentisn was Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. )EVANS, from several places in Derby; Mr. LATARD, from LPotherhithe; Lord HonarKEn, from St. Margaret's, Ipswich, also from Halesworth, Witnesham, Stratford St, . Mary, and Shotley, all in Suffolk; Mr. W. Woon, from I Upper Chelsea, Bethnal-green, St. Paneras, Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. G.B. Gar- row, rector of Bondleigh, Devonshire, the Rev. W. Potter, M.A., fellow of Peterhouse College, Cambridge, rector of Witnesham, Suffolk, and fourth son of Richard Potter, Esq., of Gisburne Park, Yorkshire, to Har- riet, eldest daughter of W. Subscribers-only content

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    turnips, while my neighbours' turnips were infested. * * * * I am, sir, your obedient servp nt Chas. Popft. Witnesham, Ipswich, April. [Advertisement.]- The Tketh. - Those organs are alike essential to health aud beauty. It is therefore to Subscribers-only content

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