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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who wasfsupposed to bare been poisoned, e was resumed on Wednesday, before. F. H. Gehll Esq., daat the Barley Mow, Alciston. The principal evidence ad- nIduced was a confirmation of the purchase by ties deceased of coins oatmeal at tis Subscribers-only content

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    was a confirmation of the purchase by the deceased l- of some oatmeal at the shop of T. Fears, at Alciston, on Sun- ofday, March 14, and the subsequent taking by the police of the residue of two bage costasuing Subscribers-only content

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    lots. For nearly two hours offers were rnatde and decljie , and only two public sales were effeeted. Mr. Mallgwick, Alciston, sold about 1,000 fleeces at In. 4d., obtaining the highest price, as lie had done at this fair for Subscribers-only content

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    Suffoll., die. Norwvich, 4281., with eesi- dance!- patr. N. L. Aetoon, Esq.; bythe death of the Rev. N. Colsile D.D. Alciston V., 301. ; pate, the D). and C. of Chichester;* and Setmoes. ton V., 1301.; pair. the Hp. of Subscribers-only content

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    by the prom. of Rev. S. Danby. King's Kersewell C., Devon;l dio. Exeter; by the promn.of Rev. E1. B. Creek. Alciston V., value 501., and of Selmes- too, value 130111., beth in Sussex; die. Chiehescer; pat., for this turn, the Subscribers-only content

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    wise increasing the accommodation in the churehes at Wrecolesham, near Farnham; St. Peter the Less, Chiches- ter; St. Nicholas, Rochester; Alciston, near Lewes ; Bar- ton, near Penrith - Caistor, near Lincoln ; Lordham, near Colchester; Hartiord, near Huntingdon; Hayscastle, Subscribers-only content

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    THE HARVEST. Lewes. Aug. 16. - The wheat harvest was, during last week, partially commenced in this neighbourhood, and in the course of the pre- sent week, should the weather prove tolerable, the sickle will be seen generally at Subscribers-only content

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    were suffocated by foul air while sinking a new well at Alciston for Lord Gage on Friday after- noon. They had got down about 65ft. when Ford fell from his seat. Pope went to his assist- ance, but he also Subscribers-only content

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    Cane offered Mr. Adams 850 fleeces, of which' 250 were tegs, at 15d., and Mr. Adams accepted it. Mr. Madgwick (Alciston) offered 1005 fleeces of which 265 were tegs, at 405. ; and Mr. Adams accepted it. Mr. Hampton (Applesham) Subscribers-only content

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    of 501. per acre. Lewes .«=• if'fcimjirol Payment -One day lately, a butcher in the Cliff paid a grazier, at Alciston, 238/. 4s. Id. for a number of heifers, in the following pieces of British coin, viz- 100 guineas, 100 Subscribers-only content

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    Willingten 114 0 Wilmington, Rev. J. Rock, Rev. H.W. Hill.. 4 8 0 Capper lo 12 7 Ratlingham, Rev. J. Alciston, ditto 13 8 Hawkins 113 0 Lulling*"*', ditto 1 5 O Asbprington, Rev. J. Barcombe, Rev. H.J. Lee 7 Subscribers-only content

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    fox hounds :- October 22, Exeeat-bridge ; 23th, Shortgate ; 27th, Chailey ; 29th, Fowington Wood ; November Ist, Bopeep, Alciston ; 3d, Mount Harry: sth, Abbott's Wood. The sea during the late gales made great inroads in the dill" Subscribers-only content

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    TSkg an Ar- "e jaßE^taaa £js_,_? h » Oaa ot St. Paul. By the Rev. HENRY LATHAM mH^ Selmeston and Alciston, Sussex. *«■»«, M.A., Vicar oi w%3£fcft&Jfl f RiTiaBto,, • *■ Paur ' Chureh^ «* Just published, ta Svo., price Subscribers-only content

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    and ftactice conUi_^_ in Ite aVreTaTEfZ Oes of St. Paul By the Rev. HENRY LATHAM, M.A., Vicar of Selmeston and Alciston, Sussex. Printed for J., G and F. Rivington, St Paul's Churchyard, and Waterloo-place, Pall-mall. In 2 vols. Bvn., price Subscribers-only content

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    orders. - Hull Paper. Incendiarism and Robbery. - Early on Friday morning the barn and stables of Mr. Tears, of Alciston, sver'e discovered to be in flames On going to the stable door it was found to have been fastened Subscribers-only content

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    ; Mr. E. Cane, Berwick ; M. Shoosmith, Seatord; Mr. R. Woodman, Glynde ; Mr. Hampton, Ap- plesham; Mr. Madgwick, Alciston; Mr. J. Verrall, South- ease ; Mr. Ellis, Exce_t; Mr. Gorringe, Eastdean; Mr. Hall, Southwick ; Mr. A. Denman, Subscribers-only content

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    and priaci- palship of the Theological College. Rev. W. D. Parish has been appointed to the vicarage of Selmeston and Alciston, Sussex. Rev. D. W. Sitwell, to the vicarage of Loamingtoa Hast- ings, Warwick. CURACIES. Lc. Rev. J. Alleu, to Subscribers-only content

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    41. Oueen's-gate-gardens, Dorothea - a daughter of tlie Hon. Ernest Lyon, aged three montha. I wiK.-On the 12th inst., at Alciston Court, John Chat- - -. ikcoiiieou of the late William Madgwick, of that place, «-c: tlurty. ■ i. ;AN.- Subscribers-only content

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    iT NSILDLfc, WOMAN; cun take a baby; 15 months' character nearly ,11 years previous.- Write full particulars to N., 30, Alciston' iisir I.'M-f.-i. ' \\T ANTED, in London, SITUATION"asNUPSE "where nursefy- II uiiiid i 3 kept: two yean' good character, Subscribers-only content

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    428/, with resi- dence ; patron, N. L. Acton, esq. ; by the death of the Bey. N Colville, D.D. Alciston vicarage, SW; patron, the Dean and Chapter of Chi- chester; and Selmeston vicarage, 1301; patron, the Bishop of Chichester Subscribers-only content

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