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    Parishes Sandridge

    Parishes Sandridge SANDRIDGE Sandrige (xi cent.); Santrugge, Santrugia, Sandrugge (xiii cent.); Sandruge, Sanruge, Sandriche (xvi cent.). Sandridge is a parish to the north-east of St. Albans . In 1894 it was divided into two parts, Sandridge Urban and Sandridge Victoria County History

    Index, B

    Index B B Babham , Margaret wife of Thomas, 589. Babraham , Baburgham, Baboram [co. Cambridge ] , manor, 77, 1089, 1142. Babthorpe , William, esquire, 906. Babton. See Bapton. Baburgham. See Babraham. Babworth [co. Nottingham ] , manor, Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    COURT AND FASHION. a Prince Albert took their accustomed early The QFeed any Their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales, h~e Princess Royal, and the Princess Alice, accompanied by teDowager Lady Lyttleto, were taken an airing in a car- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TENANT RIGHT IN HERTFORDSHIRE. SWhile we are gravely told that farmers are t rought tto the verge of ruin by the abrogation of the corn . monopoly, and the landowners are complaining that rtheir property is unduly taxed, the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE. Ipswich, Saturday, July 11. - We had a good supply of Wheat at our market to-day, for which higher prices were asked by the farmers, and about Is to 2s per qr. advance was obtained, but we Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LONDON FARMERS' CLUB. j.' On Thursday evening, between 200 and 300 gentlemen, I |, consisting principally of agriculturists and fanners, mem- i h bers of this club, and of the Royal Agricultural Society of : s England, now visiting Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LOXDOX, MONDAY, MARCH 24 The relations between some agricultural members and their constituents at the present crisis may be gathered from what the Anti-Corn-law League gen- tlemen call ** the spirited speech" of Col. WYNDHAM. The Gallant Member for Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Armstrong -On the 28th ult, at Peckham House, Peckham, the wife of Dr. Armstrong, of a daughter. ' AUSTIN.-On the 28th ult, at 51, Norfolk-road, Dalston, the wife of Edwin Austin, Esq., of a soa Boykett.- On the 28th Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    sTfje OTourt. Her Majesty and Prince Albert, the Duchess of Kent, the ladies and gentlemen attached to the Court, and the domestic household, attended Divine Service on Sunday in the private Chapel of the Castle. After the service, the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE CHARACTERISTICS OF WHIST The unmistakable advantage possessed by a first-rate whist-player is not seldom balanced by his want of power to accommodate himself to a partner of inferior calibre. Conversely, deficiency in scientific play is often atoned for Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE ISLE OF WIGHT. COWES, Sept. 28. I AGENT FOE THE SALE OF THE "HAMPSHIRE ADVERTISEB" FOX COWES AND DISTRICT, ME. J. MOOEE, House ahd Estate Agent, Hioh-stbeet. f Visitors at the Rotal Yacht Sqoadron Castle during the Week.- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    NETLEY, JAN. 16. Thb Medical Staff at Suakim,- Major- General Sir Francis Grenfell, in his report on the engagement at Gamaiaah, on the 20th ultimo, says : - " The medical arrangements for the whole force were ably carried Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LORD RANDOLPH CHURCHILL Lord Randolph Churchilll. who looked very unwell, lelt Victoria Station, yesterday morning, by the 11 (/clock Continental mail lor Paris and Monte Carlo. Bir Frederick Johnstone saw him off. Lord Randolph will not return to London Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WIT AND HUMOUR A Cobbler's Awl. - Odger's assets. - Judy. The First Man - Adam : the Last Man- Odger. - Judy. Why ia Gladatone not like Griffitha ?- Becauae he'a not a safe man. - Judy. Moat Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    « THE SOUTHAMPTON POSTAL MAILS. [POSTAGB OK NeWSFAFEBS BOIICG FOBBIGB OB COLOHIAL. - We find that it is necessary again to remind parties that the ordinary red stamp imprinted upon our paper doe* not ensure free passage either to Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BYDE, Dec 22. AGENT FOB THE " HAMPSHIBB ADVEBTI8BB" FOB BYDE AND -DISTRICT, MB. H. N. MILLS, Rotal Mabiwb Libuabt, Ukios-btuebt. Byde and Newport Kailway. - This new line, which was passed on Thursday afternoon, was opened to the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BIRTH. On the 23rd hist., the lady of the Hon. W. Stourton, of Holdgate Lodge, of a son. MARRIAGES. On Thursday, the 27th inst., at Skirpenbeck, by the Rev. Mitford Bullock, Charles Preston, Esq., of Hull, to Julia, eldest Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BIRTHS. On the 7th inst., at Cleasby, Mrs. J. N. Kipling, of a son. On the 3rd inst., at Beverley, the wife of the Rev. W. T. Sandys, M.A., vicar of St. Mary's, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On Wednesday, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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