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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Carnsew, to Frances, daughter of the late Sir J E Hory- wood, Bart. DEATIlS.-On the 14th, T Smith, Esq, of Alkham Villa, KIent, aged SO-On the 14tlh, at Kilmtarnoclk, Mrs Jean Bruce Statintots, in her 8.th rear-On the lsth, E Subscribers-only content

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    talolr and draper: Barlownud Brearley, Eud- dersheid, boot and sheoamanufanrtuiers; Wray and A-khamn. GOai, rope makers. joint and separare eat-tp, Alkham; dividends and neoofi ao Cebts. win. fanraniulderseinld, theatrical oraprieter; Richd RicbardsAon, Pontefract. hotel kePaer and printer; Eollings and Armitage, Subscribers-only content

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    up to this stage, will be intrusted with the task of guarding against a turning movement in the direction of Alkham, and will form a chain of outposts in front of Mount Ararat, thus dovering Colonel Methuen's right. His left Subscribers-only content

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    at Britdton. The first match between Beverlev and Alkiam will he played at Alk- ham. to-morrow. Pilch will play for Alkham. Alartingell will act as Umpire. 'The first match between Beverley and Bougihton Aluph will take place at Boughtoo, on Subscribers-only content

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    inst., at Allsham, when, after some good play us both sides, Hythe again proved victorious. This is the first time Alkham has been defeated for these seven years in one day's play. The ecx- cellent bowling of G. Castle, Esq., Subscribers-only content

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    by one innings. On Monday a match was played at Canterbury, between eleven of the Beverley and eleven of the Alkham Clubs. The game, which was in favor of Beverley, was not played out. On Mnda las a atc wasplaed Subscribers-only content

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    GRICKZT. MATCHES TO COMB. Monday. June 29-The M.CXC. and Ground, with substltutes for Dean and Lillywhite, against the County of Sussex. At Lord's. Thursday July 2-The M.C.C. against the present Mtonians. At Eton. Monday, July 6-Kent against England. At Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING APPOINTMENT& ^1__ s E__-.s- n.. Her Majesty's otaghounds, Tuesday, Stoke Common; Friday, Cook- barn Bridge-at 11. Bath Subscription (Mr. Theobald's) araghounde, Tuesday, 'Lan- down; Friday, Farringdon Gurney-at 11. Atborstoneshouns, Monday thin day), Barto.in-the.Beans; Wed. needa%, Ctioliss Inn; Frlday, Subscribers-only content

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    Aiomy(Mate, Sr C Shogey, adhunted by hima), Mon- dayWigintn lar-t haf-pst 0; uesayStreet House.-at hall- past10;ThurnyCros itads(B~hop horton--et 10; Saturday, Alkham, Monday, Bushy Bulk- at a quarter past 10. lirookoend, Thanet (Master, Mr. John White, and bunted by him), Monday, Subscribers-only content

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    , . 4 Vis, 'ueWdr, Oahley Station; Friday, Freetolk Wood-at 11. . 31 South Wilts, riday, herAagten Poud-at 11, 3 Alkham, -tonday, Busby 1Buff-a- a qaiarter-paet 10. 4 Eastbourne (Master, Sir. John Waters, n i hunted by him), Monday. M Subscribers-only content

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    Saturday, St. Anu's Chapel-.at balf-past tO. North Warwvickshirc, TuIc lay, Reyton Village; Thurs- day, Rtgley Park; Fiiday, l3carley Cr~ss. HAR&RIUERS. Alkham, Monday, Bushy Ruff-at a quarter pest 10. Brookside, Monday, Newmarket Hill; Thureday, Tols- combe Tye-at half-past 10. CONFEiSSION OF Subscribers-only content

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    ' sublimate, with the same results. corrosive An Ass Overmatched.- Last week an ass being staked out a grass at Alkham, the length of the tether admitted its too near approach to a bee-hive, which was consequently upset • when Subscribers-only content

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    the 6th inst, at bis residence at Alkham, in his 79th year, the Rev. A. J. Smith, Rector of Carlton, in this county, and for 55 years Curate and Vicar of Alkhain and Capel Le feme, and Sequestrator of the Subscribers-only content

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    in the county of Huntingdon.- On the Ist Sept., suddenly, at Leaming- ton, the Rev. George Pardoe, M.A., Vicar of Alkham, near Dover.- On the 29th Aug., aged 72 years, the lie v. George Edward Gepp, Rector of Limington, Somerset, Subscribers-only content

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    at Hcugham will be about a mile inland from Shakespeare's Cliff, and aim >st mid-way between the cliff and the Alkham Val- ley, where the greater portion of the land and the mineral rights have been purchased. The experts are Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. E. Stock, deceased. Tbe Rev. James Eveleigh, perpetual Curate of Iwade and Curate of Sittingbourn, to tbe Vicarage of Alkham cum Capel le Feme. The Rev. 11. Raikes, M.A., Chancellor of the dio- cese of Chester, has been pleased Subscribers-only content

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    and numerous enclosures of valuable Garden, Wood, Arable, and Meadow LAND, iv the several parishes of River, Ewell, Whitfield, and Alkham, inter- sected by the high road from Canterbury to Dover. The whole of tlie above property is in the Subscribers-only content

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    Trinity, Hinckley Patron, Mr. E. Frewen. Rev. John C. W. Valpy, M.A., Rector of Burmarsh, near Folkestone ; Vicar of Alkham, near Dover. Patron, the Arch- bishop of Canterbury. Rev. Henry J. Wardell, Curate of Ramagate ; Vicar of Bekes- Subscribers-only content

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    week amounted to _"448..4. Extraordinary Sagacity or a Dog. - One night last week a thief entered a hen-roost at Alkham, and carried off a quantity of poultry. His motions were watched by a dog of the St. Bernard breed, Subscribers-only content

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    to Sarah Jane, eldest daughter of the Rev. John Smith, I Rector of Kington Magna. Griffith- Moxon.- July 24th, at Alkham, Kent, by the Rev. George Pardoe, Vicar, and the Rev. J. Griffith" Rector of Flaxton, Yoik, father of the Subscribers-only content

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