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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hereford, who was recently convicted by the ITereford 1county magistrates, and sentenced to three months' irpr'sonment for alleged poaching at Aconbury, appealed aeirsst the maoistrates' decision. After a lengthy heat-in -n which the apellaut set) up an alibi, the Court Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .,Lv. Thomas Thistlevaife licensed to oficinte in fthsDfocse 5 ori iverpool.E S1mith r v. W . F-; Perprtrol CLomate of Aconbury, Hereford. Patron, the Rev. IL P1. -.IL todinrtou. Sonthivell Be-v. L. Borrows, M-A-, Principal of Lichfield ZTeological College, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Candler's fox-hounds, Monday,at Shrawley; Wednesday, at Croome Perry Wood; Friday, at Cotheridge-at half-past ten. The Herefordslsire hounds, Tuesday, at Aconbury Priory Friday, at Mordiford; Tuesday, 12th, at Ven Wood-at ten. The .lbrighton hounds, Tuesday, at Himley; Friday, at Apley; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Little Stretton-at uine. Mr Leche's fox-hounds, Tuesday, at Carden, at half-past tel. The Herefordshire houndsTuesday, at Vaun Wood; Friday, at Aconbury Priory-at ten. Mr Candler's fox-hounds, Mondav, at Crosrle, at half-past tel; Wednesday, at Bishop's\ vood,ateleven; Friday, at Lick-tv -at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On Wednesday, at Monk Wood; and onl Friday, at Soetc'hley-at half- past 10. The Herefordihireh1ounds lsfli meet on Tues:ay'. at Aconbury Turn- pike; on Friday, at Dormimgton ; on Wednesday, 9th, at Wormliow Tump; - and onl l'riday, Ilth, at Subscribers-only content

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    past 10. The tlerefordshire hounds will mneet on Monday, at Credenhill; on Thursday, at Eauland's Gate; on Tuesday, 29th, at Aconbury Turn- pike; aned on Friday, April Ist, at Thruxton-at 10. Lard Gilt'ord's hounds will meet on Tuesday, at Mocitree Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Park; Thursday, Sihindon; Sa- turday, the Three Hofse Shoes. Herefordshire-Tuesday, Bacho Hill; Friday, tenth milestone, Aber- gavenny Road; Tuesday, 27th, Aconbury Priory; at ten. Harewood's, Earl of-Monday, 'Sickling Hall; Wednesdny, Becca Hall; Friday, Tadcaster Bar; at half-past ten. Hellier's, Mr-Monday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ad. versaw; Saturday, Patcham. Foljambe's, Mr.-Tuesday and Wednesday, Headon Clump; Fridayv Cantley Hall; Saturday, Lindrick Common; at half-past ten. Herefordsbire-Tuesday, Aconbury Priory; Friday, Wall Hills; Mon. day, 10th, Venn Wood; Wednesday, 12th, Wormelow Tump; Fri. day, 14th, Dormington; at half-past Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ten. Holderness-Monday, Warter Hall; Tuesday, Beeford * Thurs- day, Sproatley; Saturday, Everingham Park; at a quarter to eleven.- -- Herefordshire-Monday, Aconbury Priory; FPriday Canon Frome Wharf-;at half-past ten. Hurworth-Tuesday, Croft Bridge; Saturday, Girsby Scar; at half-past ten. Ludlow-Tuesday, Dinehope ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yarborough's-Monday,Pelham's Pillar; Wednesday, Laughton Wood; Friday, Eleham Hall; at eleven. Hursley-Mondays Maribrook Pond; Friday, Hursley Pond; at half-pest ten. Lterefordshire-TuesdMy, Aconbury; Thursday (at eleven), Mynde Pack;* Saturday, Lugwardinle; at half-past ten. lioldernese-MOnday, Beeford; Tuesday, Walkaugiatn; Thurs- day, Wineatead; Saturday, Londeebro' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ten. Hellier's, Mr. - Monday, Haugha'u Guide Post; Tuesday, Fullethy; Thursday, Girsby; Saturday, Welton Wood; at eleven. Herefordshire, (Lord Gifford's).-Tnesday, Aconbury Priory; Friday, the Fifth Milestone, Frome's Hill Road. Drake's, Mr.-Monday, Luggershall Village; Tuesday, Bicester Windmnill; Thurday, Chaundon Common; Saturday, Subscribers-only content

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    Win- ford, Friday, Shortwood. Hellier's, Mr.-Monday, Brackenboro' Bar; Tuesday, Fulletby; Thursday, Girsby; Saturday, Welton Wood; at eleven. Herefordshire, (Lord Gifford's)-Tuesday, Aconbury Priory; Friday, Fifth Milestone Frome's Hill-road; at half-past ten. H. H.-Mooday, Upton Grey; Tuesday, Tichborne Park; Thurs- day, Notley; Subscribers-only content

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    Nasssington Lodge; at ton. H.l{.-Monday, Colemere; Tuesday, Tichborue Park; Thursday, Bradley; Saturday, Cress Lanes, H~olybourne; at a quarter before ~erefordshire-TneCday, Aconbury Priory; Friday, Canon Frame; at half-past tn flolderness-Mouday, Catwick Mill; Tuesday, Bainton New Inn; Thursday, Grimeton Garth; Friday, Hooughton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Perpetual ..Curaey, Stafofdshire; patron, Earl Talbot.,, .. . .. Rei. G. V. Guise, to Little Birch Rectory; value; 17.; and Aconbury Rectory; value, 2681., with residence, Here- * fordshire; patrons, Guy's Hospital, London. Rev. R. W. L. Tollemache to South Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7a. ; the Virar- lges~of l~easallsavd Callow, annual value;£127 10s. Id.; the Rectory 'if Little Birch and Perpetual Curacy of Aconbury, £211. Theatiove iore all in the vicinity' of liereford sand It", in the county of Here- lard. The iteetoyodf Subscribers-only content

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    quarter to 11. Worcestershire hounds, Monday, Shrawley; Wednesday, Plymouth Arms, Hewell; Friday, Bredou ill-at half- past 10. Herefordshire hounds, Tuesday, Aconbury Priory; Fri. day, Credenhill-at half-past 10. Warwickshire hounds, Monday, Henley-in-Arden; Tues- day, Weston House; Thursday, Compton Verney; Friday, Epwell Subscribers-only content

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    Thursday, Chilton Old House; Saturday, Clare I House-at a quarter to 11. Lord Gifford's Herefordshire hounds, Tuesday, Hall Court; Friday, Aconbury Priory; Tuesday week, East- woods Oak-at half past 10. Lord Redesdale's Heythrop hounds, Monday, Bruern; Thursday, Eyford; Saturday, Barford-at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kenne-half- nif, Past 10. U.gh Mr. Furse's-Xonday, Mbnlileigh Wood,; Friday, Mar- gau, land Week-halbfpast 10. ket, GUogerddar.-Tuesda,, Llanrhysted-16. Ni- Herefordhre-Tuesday, Aconbury Priory; Friday, Lan Biley Gate~-half-past 10. a r' r. Laxton's-Tuwesday Kingsnympton Park; Friday, eat, Farley's Grave..-half-pasti 10 Mr. B Subscribers-only content

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    Earl's Colue, near Ti 1 Halstead; Great Amnwell, near Ware ; Christ Church, Staf- V. ford Stoke Lacy, near Bromyard; Aconbury, near Ross ; at Autingham, near North Walsham; Chalfont St. Giles, near Gerrard's Cross; East Lavant, near Chichester; Old Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    only daughter of the late Mr. L. Williams, both ofthis city. On the 24th inst, at Sellack, Bichard Eastland, of Aconbury Priory, near Ross, youngest son of John Eastland, of King's Lynn, to Ellen, only child of Thos. Duckham, T.aysham-court, Subscribers-only content

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