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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ESSEX ASSOCIATION OF CHANGE RINGERS. A district meeting was held at Witham, on Tuesday last, and by kind permission of the Vicar, the Rev. Canon Snell, the bells of St. Nicholas were placed at the service of the Association. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sorietj arib <£ crantg Ifrtos. Among the company invited to the grand State Ball at Buckingham Palase, on Wednesday, were the Duke and Duchess of Rutland, Lord and Lady Besslyn, Lord and Lady Cowper, Lord Rendlesham, Sir T. Fowell Subscribers-only content

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    ESSEX ASSOCIATION OF CHANGE RINGERS. District Meeting at Romford A district meeting ot the Essex Association ofchange ringers was held at Romford on Feb. 17 Ringers were pre«»nt from Barking. Bishop Storttord Cog- geshall. Kelvedon, Leytonstone, Mistley, Prittlewell. West Subscribers-only content

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    ROMFORD. Romford Local Boaed of Health.- On Friday night last, at a meeting of this board. Mr. Manning reported that he had obtained the situation of inspector of nuisances at Halstead. and begged to tender his resignation, with thanks Subscribers-only content

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    ■■ - «■■■ RM MB Essex and Colchester Hospital WANTED, a HOUSE SURGEON and APOTHECARY «o tbe above /V Institution, agreeably to the following Rule 64 :- - Tbat no person be eligible to fill the office of housb- Subscribers-only content

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    DREADFUL MURDER NEAR ROMFORD On Tuesday last a most atrocious murder was committed at Cbadwell Heath, near this town. It nppears that Mr. 1 oiler, n retired commission agent, living ut Cbadwell Heath, was proceeding from his residence to Subscribers-only content

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    ESSEX ADJOURNED SESSION FOR TRIAL OF PRISONERS. jppE CENTRAL QUARTER SESSION of the Peace will 1 b, holden by Adjournment, at the SHIRE HALL in CHEI-MSFOBD, on TUESDAY, the 22nd day of February fecMStf, at Ten o'clock in the Subscribers-only content

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    ILFORD. ILFORD PETTY SESSIOX-Feb. 19. Before William Cotton, Octavius Mnshiter, and John G. Fry, Esqrs.; anil Captain Pellv, R.N. Tbe late Murder near Barking. Charles Saunders, the murderer of the late Mr. Toller, re- manded on ihe last Bench-day, Subscribers-only content

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    CHELMSFORD. THE CHASE. The Essex Union Fox Hoimns Meet on Saturday, Jan. 3rd, at Danbury Griffin ; Monday, the sth, at Rayleigh Street ; Wednesday, the 7th, at Woodham Hall ; Saturday, the 10th, at Crixsea.- At A-past to. Subscribers-only content

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    A GLANCE AT FOREIGN AFFAIRS. According to recent intelligence from Paris tbe Second Conference assembled for the purpose of removing the oh structions to the complete fulfilment of the Treaty of Paris was still sitting. These obstructions, as our Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. March 9th, at Little Park, Etitield, the wife of Cornelius Walford, Fsq., of a daughter. March 1 0th, at Latchingdon Rectory, the wife of the Rev R. E. Furinby, of a son. MARRIAGES. Feb. 27th, at Great Chishall, Subscribers-only content

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    THE COLNE FISHERY ACTION. To the Editor of the Essex Standard. Deaii Sn:,- Permit me lo call attention to a report of V,'- 6 ". °,"' c aljove cuuse as '' appears in the Essex and Hest Suffolk Gazette Subscribers-only content

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    STEATFORD & WEST HAM Great Eastern Railway Drivers' and Firemen's Friendly Association. - On the Bth inst. about 70 members of the above Association partook of their annual dinner at Mr. Blanchard's Railway Hotel, Stratford New Town, on which Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. Henniker.- Jan. 25th, at 35, Hill Street, Berkeley Square, the Lady Henniker, of a son. Tufnell.- Jan. 21st, at Langleys, the wife of John JoUiffe I Tufnell, of a son. Waters.- Jan. 14th, at Highclere Rectory, the wife Subscribers-only content

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    ESSEX ASSOCIATION OF CHANGE RINGERS. A district meeting of this Association was held at West Ham on Saturday, when representatives wore present from Writtle, Romford, Little Heath, Ilford, Barking, and Walthamstow. Ringing commenced at the Parish Church early in Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. Jan. .2sth, at New Wanstead, in this county, the wife of the Rev. W. Norman, of a son. Jan. 25th, at Hadstock Rectory, in this county, the wife of the Rev. G. P. Sutton, of a son. Feb. Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, April 1. BANKRUPTS. . _ _ kn^j Flack. C. Sudbury, grocer, to surrender April 1 6, at tbe Vtawr Court, London. ... mai- Bignell. G., Little Heath. Barking, build-V. April 16, at the n- Subscribers-only content

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    ROMFORD Thk Bishop of Rochester at Romfobd. - The Bishop of Rochester preached at St. Andrew's Church ou Sun- day morning to a crowded congregation, in aid of a fund for establishing an Infant School in connexion with the Subscribers-only content

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    ISTRATFOKD & WEST HAM. A-estry meeting was held at West Ham, on me 29th ult., the Vicak, the Key. A. J. Ram, in the chair. There was a large attendance of rate payers. Reports frpm^ the Com- mittee appointed Subscribers-only content

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    FORESTS OF EPPING, WALTHAM, AND HAINAULT. COURT OF ATTACHMENTS.or FORTY DAYS' COURT, Held at ChigweU, on the Yith inst., Before the Verderers- H. J. Conyers, Esq. (in tbe Chair), W. J. Lockwood, W. W. Maitland, and G. Palmer, jun., Subscribers-only content

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