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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    due to apoplexy, brought on by excessive drinking, and a verdict to this effect was returned, A Aftssfins CLELRYNAN'S SON.-At Arkesden, a village near Bishop's Stortford, a distressing event. has taken p lace, The Rev. H. IL Fearn, vicar of Subscribers-only content

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    parts Df the country. DE"a 1'ARTRIDGP, EGGS.-At Saffron Walden County Sessions, yesterday, Jane Law, the wife of a labourer of Arkesden, was charged with having ninety-four partridge eggs in her possession which had. beren unlawfully ob- tained. She was fined Subscribers-only content

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    On this occasion the w ether was fioe though cold, and the attendance :shbered something like 5,000. Archie Goodall and Arkesden were absent frem the ranks1 c- ikcrbv County, while there were consider- a.e- cbaac'es ia the home team. Cartledge Subscribers-only content

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    the ehair. Mr. Cummins, of the Edu~tioll DeplQ'tm~ot. WBI the 1iret witunos ,0;5uind. *FRZOIUAdS2-ffIa2'SLON-Df 'GABZTTAE.- BAN~hP~ C. L Paddloon. late Arkesden, Essex, horse dealer-London. Ith Jnly ,F. H. Turner, Primley. schoolmaster- Guildford; 7th JulY A. Olarlie Southfsea, M~aete-Portsomoth, 10thb Jrelg Subscribers-only content

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    house, in Skinner-street, West End, Leeds. A MISSING BOY FOuND,-The son of the Rev. H- H. M. Fearn, Vicar of Arkesden, Essex, who unaccount-. :o ably disappeared last week, has been found. The boy, ye who was only nine years Subscribers-only content

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    for big matches at- ata- lock, but on the Mr-sernt occasino it was thought ad- visable to make a change. Arkesden and Moithven have - eadh been suffering from mild attacks of il.1uen7a, aund Oakden has bet-n suffering fromt ilight Subscribers-only content

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    wveek, it is hardly likely that the comn-itte will consent to forego the advantage of his skill and experi- ence. Arkesden will most likely play at outside right, but this will not be settled until a meeting of the com- Subscribers-only content

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    Priest, Almond, Hedley, Beers, and Bennett. DERBY CouNTY.-Goal. Fryer; backs, Metliven and Staley; halves, Cox, Paterson, and May; fot- wards, Arkesden, Bloome., Boag, MiDonald. and Allen. Referee--Mr. A. Scragg, Crewe. Linesmen- Messrs. A. Davis (Marlow) and C. Squires (L.F.A.). Sheffield Subscribers-only content

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    referee failed to turn up, and it was decided to play a friendly game. In the first half Flanagan, ti Arkesden, nnd Lamsden (twice) scored for the Wanderers, Thompson giviugbis opponents another by O' putting it, througih his own goal. Subscribers-only content

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    A. Hinesri. Cox, A. Price, J. Leawood, and W. Peck; ,captain (lst team), Mr. H. Dennis; vice-captain (lst, 'team), ir. Arkesden (Burton). IT~ae chairman ;acnnounced that a claim of 50s. bad been made against Ihe club by the Gresley Rovers Subscribers-only content

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    of 74,000 was too much for their nerves? Perhaps so. There should be no blame attached to the directors, however. Arkesden was among the best and the hardest workers on the side, and Paterson played a better game thati did Subscribers-only content

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    F Sharratt .. 12 2 J C Pike.. ..6 A E1 Flecb r ...9 It J Ward 9 21 T Arkesden 9 R BMlis . . 12 JFean ... 9 A Sntherlaud . 21 AV Griitbhs , 3 J Dlcdoalf Subscribers-only content

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    Goodjall, aind RI. Centre forward: F. Crump, J. Bong, and J. Russell. Inside left: Williamn MacDonald, T. Shanks, and T'. Arkesden. Outside left; :R. MceQueea, HT. Allen, and J. A. Cooke. A brief reference lady be mnade to tile new Subscribers-only content

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    The follewing gentlemen kindly contributed t- the programme:- Cessrs, H. Gravws, Fletcher, Kinnerley, Stevens, Slater, L. A. Parker, Wright, Laugh:o, Arkesden, -fVflley, and Garton.-The Rev. F. J. Adamns occu- pied te. ohair as preFident of the lnstitutiou, awl in thb Subscribers-only content

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    wvay to see for it was the result of a dashing run acd a terTifiC low shot at long range. Arkesden is doing the team excellent service and it was a great performance of his to score the other : Subscribers-only content

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    due to soene very clever forward phlmy as well as to excellent defence. Cooke ard Bloomei each scored twice, and Arkesden umissed a splendid chance from a penalty. At times in the fhust half the visitors looked dangerous, but towards Subscribers-only content

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    season it will interest local footballers to knew that so far as the County are concerned the players engaged are Arkesden, Boag, Blackett, -Bloomer, Bromage, Davis,. Fryer, NV. Hodgkin- son, Leckie, McQueen, Morris, Methvent May, Staley, Shanks, Wombwell. and WarrenL Subscribers-only content

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    times international for England. J. Boag, born at Glasgow; East Sterlingshire; four seasons; height 5ft. 9in. ; weight 12st. T. Arkesden, born at Derby; Burton Wan- derers; three seasons; height 5ft. 11l.; weight list. 41bs. T: Shanks, born at Wexford, Subscribers-only content

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    ; of Mr. W. NV. Older- chew, Solicitor, 7, Tokenholtse Yerd, London; and of tIme .AuetiocCri, Saffron Walden, and HobsAorie, Arkesden. ;T Little Bursteld, Essex.-Desirable Estate, with tite ,ifarnitur of llorses, Carriage, Live and Dead Stock, and valucable effects Of Subscribers-only content

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    John J^reser, of Bunchrew, Inverness-shire, and of Ketley Park, Surrey. The son of the Rev. H. M. Fearn, vicar of Arkesden, 'Essex, who unaccountably disappeared last week, has been found. Tbe boy, wbo was only nine years old, ran away, Subscribers-only content

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