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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0. Indigestion, 4 yrs, broke down after winning the Craven Handicap, at Lewes. A steeplechase meeting will take place at Alpheton, Suffolk, on April 13. Cutler, aged, after winning at Warwick last week, wias sold to Mr. Dally, for 250 Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. AuM. MORBLL, to MARY ANN, daughter of Mr. JAxEs f RonBibsoo, both of Mosaley. On the Ist just.. at Alpheton, Suffolk. by the Rev. A. Stuart, rector of Waldringfield, CoAs. HENRY ErAD, Esq., Liverpool, late of Shaenghai, to MARY Subscribers-only content

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    a quiarter before I1. 'hr. Mure s ~jOX*ttoUttl ~will meet ott Monday, at Denston Plumber's ,5,S asd Dll Thursday, at Alpheton Lion-at half-past 10. T-he tiratahire hounwds will meet on sonday, at Crudginogton Gate; ls~dneoti' at T vetntowsa on Friday, Subscribers-only content

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    through Frithy Wood to Shimpling; to a wood known by the iP(if the Old Park, in Cock- field, down to Alpheton Lion, heading back to * Lavenhain Lodge, bearing- upon tthe righf to Lavenham Sp ings, where the gallant animal Subscribers-only content

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    church. ' - CAMBIRIDGE, Dec. 4.-The Rev& John St Smiythies, A. M. 'is infti tuted to 'the retlory of ,A Alpheton, in Suffolk, on the- prefentation, of ci Mrs. Jane Strange Smythies.-The fame gen- M tlernan is appointed ik)rlletic 'Chaplain Subscribers-only content

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    Thomas Aldersey Morley, Ml. A.; vicar of West Thurrock end curate of Purefleet. Rev. W. G. C. Nottley; rector of Alpheton. Rev. Newdigate Poynta, MI.A.; perpetual curate of Little Drayton. Rev. George Fearns Reyner, D.D., senior fellow end senior bursar Subscribers-only content

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    of Crosby-on-Eden, _ Cuniberland. Rev. George Powell Irby, M.A.; vicar of Great Dodding- ton, Northants. Rev. Jonathan Jones; rector of Alpheton. Ih llev. Henry Law; perpetual curate of St. Paul, Clacton- In on-Sea. Y Rev. Evan Lewis, rector of Llanfair-Talhairn; Subscribers-only content

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    Lymage-wood-half-past 10. Oakley Hounds, this day, Great 0 ckes; Thursday, Dungee Corner; Saturday, Easton Village-half-tpast 11. ISuffolk Hounds, this day, .Alpheton Lion; Saturday, Sletchworth prk-halfPsst 10. Baron Rotbchitd's Stag Hounds, this day, Wendoyer; Wednordav, Eythrop-11. Berkshire Hounds, to-morrow, Wet Sandfor Subscribers-only content

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    NorthOckendon; Satur- whi hihday, Wenniugtost-at half-past 10.ex ae in Sufl hus Tuesday, Tostook' Green; Thursday, pre Iwas Kirtling Tower; Saturday, Alpheton Lion-ata quater mei ben- to 11. ing ities, Essex and Suffolk hounds, Tuesday, West Berghtolt, dirl n De White Subscribers-only content

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    Snart, B. B. Jones, Roq., of Long Melford, to Franecs Anne, daughter of the Rev. W. J. Aialabie, Itector of Alpheton. OUTHWAIT-IND.-Oct. 25. at Bomford, the Rev. T. Onthwalte, of Highgate, son of Thomae Oothwaloe, Esq., of Burley Wharfdale, Yorkshire, Subscribers-only content

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    Commissioner.) ci REB CHARLES cOEARY.-"sTIOE INDiGENT 5EMP5TB.E55E5' HOME." This insolvent , described as known as the Rev. Charles beery, of Alpheton, nearnActon baptist minister, secretary o f the Indigent Sempatre~ses' Home, in Fitzroy-street, Tot- t enbam-ceurt-road, who was on bail, Subscribers-only content

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    Tuesday, Garandon Park; Wednesday, baddesby; Friday, Six Hills; Saturday, Donington Park-at 11. Suffolk, Tuesday, Riddlesworth Hall; Thursday, Depden Green; Saturday, Alpheton Lion-at a quarter to 11. East Sussex, Tuesday, Beckley; Friday, Idea-at a quarter to 11. Mr. Tailby's, Monday, Laddingtou Subscribers-only content

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    year, Mr. Wm. Wale, gardener. On the 6th inst., aged 1 year, Alexander, youngest child of Mr. Samuel Clements, of Alpheton Lion. On the 7th inst., at Beccles, surviving her husband only four days, aged 54, Rachel, widow of Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    continued support that the same atten- tion wiU be paid to their interest, with payments as usual To BLACKSMITHS, dec ALPHETON, SUFFOLK. Messrs. PAYNE and SON WUI SeU by Auction, on Friday, February 12th, 1869, all the neat HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Subscribers-only content

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    with Illus- trations, will shortly be delivered. Further particulars next week. THE WEST SUFFOLK STEEPLECHASE, FRIDAY, APRIL 9tl_, 1869, AT ALPHETON. Stewards : COLONEL ORD MAJOR RUSHBROOKE H. G. METCALFE, Esq. T. THORNHILL, Esq. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL HOME Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. W. Hustler (Cockfield), Treasurer. Amohg the gentlemen appointed l to: serve on the Committee are the Kevds. W. Aislabie (Alpheton), C. Betham and C Parker (BretteiAam) and Drake (Shimpling) ; Messrs. T. King ?S d J* Hawkins (Milden), Hustler Subscribers-only content

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    Choir. Pianoforte Mr. G. F. DEADMAN. B. F. BULLEN, Hon. Sec THE WEST SUFFOLK: STEEPLECHASE, FRIDAY, APRIL 9th, 1869, AT ALPHETON. Stewards: COLONEL ORD MAJOR RUSHBROOKE H. G. METCALFE. Esq. T. THORNHILL, Esq. LAVENHAM FARMERS' CLUB, SWAN HOTEL, THURSDAY, MARCH Subscribers-only content

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    SEEDS, NEW AND UNADULTERATED. Carriage Free. THE BEST SWEDE IN CULTIVATION is WEST SUFFOLK STE EPLECHASES WILL TAKE PLACE AT ALPHETON, ON FRIDAY, --V-PRI-L. ┬ęth, 1869. DTEWABDS : COLONEL J. T. ORD MAJOR RUSHBROOKE H. G. METCALFE, Esq. T. THORNHILL, Subscribers-only content

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    ALPHETON STEEPLE-CHASES. These steeple-chases were held on Friday, on the usual ground, opposite the Lion Inn, Alpheton. The day was rather cold, but not so much so as to make standing in the open air uncomfortable, and there was only Subscribers-only content

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    Those marked * are ex officio Waywardens:- Acton, Mr. D. N. Orpen; Aldham, *Rev. C. W. Lloyd, Mr. J. Matthew; Alpheton, Mr. H. Cooper; Assington, Mr. J. Dyer, jun. ; Boxford, Mr. B. M. Lungley ; Bradfield Combust, *A. J. Subscribers-only content

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