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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all appearance doing well, when a determination of blood to the head carried her off in about 44 hours. At Ashtead, on the 24th inst. Lady Elizabeth Anne Brodrick, wife of the Rev. William John Brodrick, and daughter of the Subscribers-only content

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    Capt. Garduor's Benedict, 4 yrs .................................0. 9 Wen cleverly by a length. A dead heat for second took place. The Ashtead Stakes of 5 sov. each, with 40 added; last half mile (12 subs.) Mr Pettit's b. g. Munchausen, 3 Subscribers-only content

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    delivered to Macdonald an elegant riding whip, as a testimonial from Prince Albert of his admiration of his jockeyship. The Ashtead Stakes was next run for. Mr Faudloner's h. m. March First, 5 yrs old - - I Mr Booth's Subscribers-only content

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    1820, taking a first class in classical honours. He was ordained deacon and priest successively in 1822, became curate of Ashtead, Surrey, and rector of Castle Rising, Norfolk. In 1839 he was made rector of Bath, which living he resigned Subscribers-only content

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    'olice ('ourt, on Wednesday, withi frauil. Under the belief tliet they were negotiatinga.sale of his property, Captain litx Henry, of Ashtead, Surrey, gave them a bill of excanlge for £500., anid snbsequently learned that the supposeld purchasers wvere meen of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hospital. has been appointed to the secretaryship of the Royal Hospital for Diseases of the Chest, City Road, London. At Ashtead, a village near Epsom, on Friday, Mrs. Richardson, the wife of a tradesman, stabbed herself in the breast with Subscribers-only content

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    Road and the adjacent streets. Allow nie to call the attention of the police authorities to the fact that at Ashtead there is not a person who keeps fowl but has lost, sonme one, two, three. four, five, or six, Subscribers-only content

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    in excellent cotiditios, J'suitalale" for Pony 13 hantds. A vey sfe conveyance for chtildren. Price X9.-Apply to T. Presser, 48, Ashtead Row. cI805 OR1 SALE, ia Brewver's FLOAT, nearly new.-Apply, 60, Dale HaidsoeCOD and Wihitecbapel TRAP f or SALE.- App~ly, Subscribers-only content

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    Carsholtoa property of 280 acres, in- N eluding many choice residences; the Bedditaveu pro- perty, near Croydon; and the CLoathorhad, Ashtead, and Headley properties, constituting a magnificent freehold e~state of about 1,4.00 acres. Among the latter are the well-known Leatherheadl Subscribers-only content

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    following day to Mr. Wm, Day, who resold her to Sir Li Frederick Jobnstene, and she has arrived at Woodyeates, Ashtead wvassold by auction, after winnilng tbe Two-Year. Old Selling Handicap at Pontefract on Tuesday last, for 'e fifty-six guineas, Subscribers-only content

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    St. Wilfrid Handicap should be won by Deceit, the Red Back Stakes by Ready Money, the Foun- taia Plate by Ashtead, and the Welter aup by Comus, The Brighton Stakes has an entry of thirty-four. Should Tynedale and the Ameanda Subscribers-only content

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    winuer to be aold for 30 sove, d.1 T.Y.C. age ot lb ago at lb Raxer * - 5 810 Ashtead - - 2 a 0 P by Musjid - Lady Rose - 2 6 3 Killkenny'a dam 3 712 Subscribers-only content

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    Andover living at tsh time of the death of William Jennens, in 1216:' The Hon. Mdre Haward, who lives at Ashtead, Surrey, will he able tc render him ao ne assistance in this matter, as she is des cended from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ilaweliffe Prince of Orange Ambition Knight of the Garter Primate Adamanthsa King of tho Fairie Paleface Ainsley Kettleholder Pocket Hercules Ashtead Limner Python Billet Leases Paganini Brenda Lizard Redbosurno Brown Tommy L'Africeato Reegalia. Belmeont Lily Rob Roy Beasoty Lady Pauo Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. N'OTES ON 'TO-DAY'S RACES. The itiendanco to-day wao a decided improvement on that of r- yeeterdoay, but the raving was hardly so good ae on the same day he I 10e year, The " swells " were Subscribers-only content

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    4.0; iBedrle Hunt Plate, 4.40 : Eilsby Triennial Staks, 5.10. THE FOLLOWING HlORSESS IIAVI: ARRIVED Armlet First Bleod Master Tom Ashtead Lady of the Lake c I'iccador colt Beautiful Star Louis of Hesse Planmor llrocket f Lady in Waiting Philosopher Subscribers-only content

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    ...lk -W......I. Plattt G Toaner, Set 41bk-M..............A ason 0 Betting : 2 to I niget Enighitinool, 3 to 1 agst Ashtead, 0 to 1 bar two-Won by IL short necic; a lcnrgti between second and I iird : good fosirtir. Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Peck's Superba Lor d 31astings's Kinighit Errant OsEnr or RuNNiise j-Craven Stakes, 2.0; Maiden Stakes, 2.30; Egniont Stakes, 3.0; Ashtead Stakes, 3.30 ; Woodcote Stakes, 4.0: Epson Stakes, 4.30; Chetwynd Plate, 5.0. AenirvAis.-Miss BElabLth, Rosebery, Topping, Donald' Eira, Auctioneer, Subscribers-only content

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    on a charge of having obtained certain raluablestecurities, a bill of exchange for £500. and a charge on pmroperty at Ashtead, Surrey,' with intent to defraud C~aptain William Fitclienry. Professor Peters, of Hamilton College, New York, has discovered another planet. Subscribers-only content

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    splendid race homne, the former securing the judge's verdict by a head, Of the fourteen entered over-- night for the Ashtead Plato, Pillarist was the only absentee, and, although most of the competitors were suoported, the most money was forthcoming Subscribers-only content

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