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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to such a degree, that on the morning of the 29th ult. he was discovered hanging in his school at Antingham. On the 12th inst. at Ockbrook, in his '5th year, the Rev. Fredenck Win. Foster, Bishop of the church Subscribers-only content

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    SPOlRTING INTELLIGETNCE. ASCOT MrEETING, T11RSD&anY. The Gatti Cup day dawned auspiciously brightt, suni- shille lighting u'p the beautiful country by whieh the heath is surroluused, and promising a briliAunt aftsrooon. Large as had bee4 thle mustor in the Lawn Subscribers-only content

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    B.A., vicar of Long Eatof the Rev. l of Coddington, near Newark, and grandd, lately vi on the rector of Antingham, Norfolk. gr Hdlld hasr ty some time curate at Long Eaton, and Ml- or o- was the recipient of Subscribers-only content

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    of Tottenham, of a dau',jhter. MARRIAGES. BAR LETI-P ETERS.-April 3, et Gunton Chapel, by the Rte. J. Dolpohin, N.R,, Rect)rof Antingham, . H.A. Bartlett, of the Can. nonm,, Thetford, to Mary, only child of Mr. E. Peters, Gunton, Norlolk. BOYI:-RAVEN.-April Subscribers-only content

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    Giles's, in tbe city of Norwich, bas been pre- sented to the vicarage of North Walsham, with the rectory of Antingham St Margaret annexed, in the county of Norfolk. Patron: The Lord Bishop of Norfolk. Death of the Dean or Subscribers-only content

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    assent. Accidents in the Harvest-field.- A distressing accident occurred to a young farmer, the son of Mr. R. Renacre, of Antingham, farmer, ou Thursday morning. About eight o'clock the young man was conducting a team of horses and waggon to Subscribers-only content

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    years. Dolphin.- l7th inst., at Sunderland, Herbert Dolphin, Commander R.N., aged 44, son of the Rev. John Dolphin,- rector of Antingham, Norfolk. Pknnykeather.- l9th inst., at New Wanstead, Essex, Charles Pennyf eather, aged 81 years. King. - l4th inst., at Subscribers-only content

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    at St. Mary's, Frome, Harry E. Dolphin, Lieutenant Royal Horse Artillery, youngest son of the Rev. J. Dolphin, Rector of Antingham, Nor- folk, to Margaret Louise, youngest daughter of James Dolphin, Esq., late Captain Uifie Brigade. Onthe 3rd inst.. at Subscribers-only content

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    good gardens and orchard, and about 83 Acres of Land, lying enclosed in a ring fence, in the parish of Antingham, near North Walsham.- The Jbove estate is in excellent condition, having been V man y ye*™ 'n the occupation Subscribers-only content

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    the settlement o£ a shepherd's page, 17 pears ago, was decided in favour $f the latter parish-- The appeal of Antingham against Hunworth, was decided in favour of Hunworth ; and the appeal, Weod- Dalling against Field-Dailing, was decided in Subscribers-only content

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    torney, St- Stephen's, Norwich. TO BE LETT, And Entered upon Immediately, or at I ady-day next, A Commodious DWELLING-HOUSE, at Antingham, in the county of Norfolk, late the re- sidence of Mrs. MARY BIDWELL, widow, with a pleasure, kitchen garden, Subscribers-only content

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    and Browne, Diss, TO BE LETT, ~~ Aad Entered upon Immediately, or at Lady day next. 4 Commodious DWELLING-HOUSE, at Antingham, in the county of Norfolk, late tbe re- sidence of Mrs. MARY BIDWELL, widow, with a pleasure, kitchen garden, Subscribers-only content

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    in I a waggon, both wheels of which passed over its neck and shoulders, and caused almost immediate death. John Antingham, servant in husbandry to Mr. J. S. Sibel, of Dimton, is committed to Walsingham | Bridewell, for 10 days, Subscribers-only content

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    fields, till he lost the traces in the high road. The next day he went to Ireland Watts' house at Antingham, and shewed his writ of assistance as authority for searching, but Robert Watts, who was also there, told him Subscribers-only content

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    in this county. Same day, at Felmingham, at an advanced age. Mr. f oh_ Wild, many years a farmer at Antingham. Lately, at Worstead, sincerely regretted, Mrs. Frances filler*, in the 70th year of her age. Lately, after a few Subscribers-only content

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    Brisley, in Norfolk. On Wednesday last, Mr. Thomas Hall, of North Walsham, to Hannah, only daughter ofMr. T. Thortou, of Antingham. On Thursday last, Mr. Wm. Cojk, whitesmith, of Cawston, to Miss Baldwin, daughter of Mr. Baldwin, fishmonger, market place. Subscribers-only content

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    memory will be preserved by a liberal bequest to each. On Wednesday sennight, aged 73, Mr. 11. Helsden, farmer, of Antingham. On Thursday sennight, at her residence in Xew Bond Street, London, Miss 11. dishing, aged 28, second (laughter of Subscribers-only content

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    ult., at Swafield, in his 89th year, Thos. Benjamin Kemp, Esq., second son of Sir Wm. Kemp, Bart., formerly of Antingham, in this county. Same day, in the Crescent, Rosamond Rednall, relict of the late Mr. John Eliott, merchant, of Subscribers-only content

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    inhered year, Helen Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. G. Calver. of Uer-street. Same day, aged Gl, .Mr. William Cranefield, farmer, of Antingham. Same day, at Gloucester, aged 45, Sarah, the wife of Mr. Proctor Hatch, stage-coacLman, formerly of this city , Subscribers-only content

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    this county. On the 31st ult., in her Bth year, Elizabeth Lydia, second daughter of Mr. John Crowe, farmer, of Antingham. Same day, at St. Leonard's Cottage, Thorpe Hamlet, Sarah Mary, widow of the late R. Swallow, Esq., Watton. On Subscribers-only content

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