1801 – 1810
Elsworth 21st February Sale of Farm and Land.
To be Sold by PRIVATE CONTRACT, A Farm, in the parish of Elsworth in the county; consisting of a FARM-HOUSE, Barns, Stables and other outbuildings and 70A. (more or less) of ARABLE LAND, LEY, MEADOW, and PASTURE GROUND, with extensive Commons and rights of Foldage thereto belonging; in the occupation of Mr. Richard Papworth and Mr. Hustwait
The purchaser will have the benefit of an Act of Parliament which passed in the last session, inclosing the parish of Elsworth, which must be extremely advantageous to this Estate, as the Commons belonging to the Parish are upwards of 1000A. Part of the above premises are Freehold and part Copyhold.
Further particulars may be had of Messrs. MAULE and SWEETING, Huntingdon.
Elsworth 25th July Fencing and Quicking.
A considerable quantity of Quicking and Fencing being wanted to be done in the fields in the parish of ELSWORTH, Cambridgeshire; any Person or Persons may contract for the same, agreeable to the following proposals: To plant two rows of good quick, with posts and two rails on each side, and a ditch three feet wide, on each side, and to maintain them for eight years, and to take care of the quick and rails all that time, and to bring it up to make a good fence; and to deliver in their proposals, what they will do it for by the acre of 24 yards, to HENRY SWEETING, Esq., in the town of Huntingdon, sealed up, by the first day of September 1801. Also their proposals for the two rows of quick, with a ditch four feet wide, and three feet deep, and posts and two rails on one side, and to be maintained as mentioned above.
N.B. Quick being two years old will be most approved of, and at the expiration of the term, and not before, the fencing to become the property of the contractors.
Elsworth 12th September Sale of Farmhouse and land.
To be SOLD or LET, and entered upon immediately, A FARM-HOUSE, with suitable outbuildings, and about 150 Acres of LAND lying in the parish of ELSWORTH in the said county. Note: the land is staked out in one piece, for the purpose of Inclosing.
Elsworth is about 8 miles from Cambridge, Huntingdon, and St. Ives; and a good road is made to the town, by the side of the above allotment, from the turnpike road.
For further particulars enquire of Messrs. MAULE and SWEETING, Huntingdon.
Sale of Land.
FREEHOLD LAND, at Elsworth in the County of Cambridge. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT.
About TWO HUNDRED and FIFTY ACRES of old SWERD COMMON, ONE HUNDRED and FIFTY ACRES of ARABLE, and FORTY ACRES of WOOD LAND, called ELSWORTH WOOD, all contiguous, chain measure tithe free, and adjoihing the turnpike road from Cambridge to St Neots; well stocked with Game and in good sporting country.
For particulars and a view of the premises, apply to Mr. BENJAMIN FORDHAM, farmer, at Elsworth, or to Mr. HARDY, attorney, Huntingdon.
Elsworth 19th September Wanted for Paring and Burning.
Wanted, a number of Persons to undertake the PARING and BURNING of about Forty Acres of LAND, situate in the parish of ELSWORTH, in the county of Cambridge.
For particulars enquire of Mr. Fordham, of Elsworth aforesaid.
Elsworth 10th October Manor Court.
Manor of ELSWORTH In the County of Cambridge.
NOTICE is hereby given that a General Court Leet, Court Baron, and Customary Court of the Rev. Matthew Holworthy, Lord of the said manor, at the Manor House there on TUESDAY the 20th day of October inst. at eleven o’clock in the forenoon; at which time and place all persons who owe suit and service to the said court, or have any business to transact, are desired to attend; and any persons who owe Quit Rents or Free Rents to the said Lord of the Manor, are required to attend and pay the same at the time and place above- mentioned. Given under my hand this 7th day of October 1801.
St HARDY, Huntingdon,
Steward of the Courts of the Manor.
Elsworth 21st November Sale of Land.
To be SOLD by AUCTION, by PHILIP ISAACSON.
At the sign of the Plough in ELSWORTH, Cambridgeshire on TUESDAY, Dec 1, 1801, precisely at 3 o’clock.
Lot 1. A Freehold MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, situate in ELSWORTH aforesaid, in the occupation of John Parish, tenant at will.
Lot 2. All those 4A. 1R. 19P. situate in Low Field in Elsworth aforesaid, being the Allotment to lot 1 in lieu of Common Right.
For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer in Cambridge.
Elsworth 24th April
To be SOLD by AUCTION, on Friday the 7th day of May 1802, at the public house known by the sign of the Fox and Hounds, in Elsworth, in the said county, at five o’clock in the afternoon, subject to such conditions of sale as will be produced.
Lot 1. A DWELLING-HOUSE, barn, and other Out-buildings, together with an Orchard, and Close of Pasture adjoining, containing 2 Acres (more or less;) situate in Brook Street, in Elsworth, in the occupation of Mr. Hunt, or his undertenant.
Lot 2. A DWELLING-HOUSE, with Orchard and Close of Pasture thereto adjoining, containing One Acre (more or less;) situate in Elsworth aforesaid, in the occupation of Richard Tabrum.
Lot 3. A CLOSE of ARABLE LAND, situate near Elsworth Wood, containing, by estimation, Four Acres (more or less) late in the occupation of Mr. Morden.
The above Closes are Tithe-Free, and the first two lots are Copyhold, and the third lot is Freehold; and the purchasers of the 1st and 3rd lot will have immediate posession.
Further information may be had of Messrs MAULE and SWEETING, Huntingdon.
Elsworth 12th June
To be SOLD or LET at ELSWORTH, Cambridgeshire. A desirable situation for a GROCER and DRAPER, being an old established shop now in full trade; the premises are extensive, consisting of a good House, large Shop, and every suitable convenience for carrying on the above branches; with a good Kitchen Garden, and Orchard well stocked Fruit trees, and a Close of rich Pasture adjoining.
Further particulars may be known by applying to G.STOCKER, the present owner and occupier.
N.B. There is a large OVEN and BAKEHOUSE on the premises, where the baking business has formerly been carried on.
Elsworth 4th September Manor of ELSWORTH.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Mr. STEWART BROWN, of ELSWORTH, is duly appointed Gamekeeper of this Manor, with strict orders to lodge an information against all unqualified or uncertificated persons found sporting thereon. And as the Lord of the Manor is particularly anxious to preserve his game for a few years, he earnestly requests that no qualified Gentlemen will sport on this Manor, without previously sending his address to the Manor-House at Elsworth.
Elsworth 19th February Elsworth Inclosure Meeting.
We, the undersigned, commissioners appointed by an Act of Parliament lately passed, entitled “An Act for Dividing and Inclosing certain Open and Common Fields, Meadows, Lands, Commons and Commonable Places within the parish of Elsworth, for the county of Cambridge”, do hereby give notice, that a General Meeting of the Proprietors of Estate within the said parish, will be held on FRIDAY the first day of April next, at ten o’clock in the forenoon, at the George Inn in Huntingdon, in the county of Huntingdon; at which time and place we the said Commissioners intend to read over and execute the award made by us under our hands this 17th day of February 1803.
Elsworth 9th April Manor Court.
MANOR of ELSWORTH. In the County of Cambridge.
NOTICE is hereby given, that a General Court Baron, and Customary Court of the Reverend MATTHEW HOLWORTHY, Lord of the said Manor, will be holden in and for the said Manor, at the Manor House there, on TUESDAY the 19th day of April inst. at eleven o’clock in the forenoon; at which time and place any persons who owe suit and service to the said Court, or have any business to transact, are desired to attend; and all persons who owe any Quit Rents or Free Rents to the said Lord of the Manor, are required to attend and pay the same at the time and place above mentioned. Given under my hand the second day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three.
St HARDY, Steward of the said Courts.
Elsworth 3rd September Warning to poachers.
MANOR of ELSWORTH
The Lord of the Manor being desirous of preserving the GAME there for the amusement of himself and friends, thinks it necessary to give this public notice, that his Tenants are under covenant to warn off all poachers and other Unqualified or Uncertificated Persons; and also to prosecute all others who sport there without previously sending their name to the Lord of the Manor.
Dated this 30th day of August 1803.
Elsworth 1st October Further Warning.
MANOR of ELSWORTH. In the County of Huntingdon.
The Lord of the Manor being desirous of preserving the Game there for the amusement of himself and Friends, finds it necessary to give public notice, that his tenants are under covenant to warn off all poachers and other unqualified or uncertificated persons from sporting or otherwise trespassing on the said manor, and also to prosecute all others who sport there without previously sending their names to the Lord of the Manor.
Dated this 28th day of September, 1803
Elsworth 14th April Sale.
Valuable Live and Dead Farming Stock TO be SOLD by AUCTION by THOMAS HAGGER on the premises, on Wednesday 18th day of April 1804. All the capital LIVE and DEAD STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, BREWING and DAIRY UTENSILS, and some HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, of Mr. John Farr, at the Rectory Farm at Elsworth, Cambridgeshire, (Mr. Farr is going into another branch of business); consisting of eight good draft horses, a two year old colt of the nag kind, one in-foaled pony; 8 prime young cows with calves and down calving; 2 in-pigged sows, 21 store hogs; 50 ewes with lambs, of the horned kind, 20 wethers, 80 hoggets; about 50 fowls; 4 stout dung carts, with ladders and copses, 2 pair of harrows, one shaft roll, 6 plows, 3 cow-cribs, 2 ladders, 2 corn screens, a dressing gig, sieves, riddles, forks and fans; about one thousand fans of cuttings, 50 tons of chaff; cart and plow harness compleat for 7 horses; a barrel churn for 2½ dozen, cheese press, stand tub, 4 kimbles, 2 new milk leads; bright kitchen range; tables; flock beds, blankets, coverlids, bedsteads; a very good hogs head copper, iron and brickwork, mash tub for 8 bushels, working tubs, one sweet iron-bound beer pipe, 8 ditto hogshead and half hogsheads, beer stalls, 9 garden hand-glasses and numerous other effects. N. B. The Auctioneer begs leave to inform the public this sale is worth attention, the implements of Husbandry, Dairy Utensils, etc. being new within a few years, and requests their attendance on or before 10 o’clock, on account of the vast number of lots.
Copies of the above may be had at the adjacent towns, place of sale, and of the Auctioneer, at Potton.
Elsworth 16th June Sale.
To be SOLD by AUCTION by JOHN SWAN. Under an execution, and to be taken off the premises, for Ready Money; all the GROWING CROP of CORN, one very useful mare and foal, one do. horse, one cow and calf, one cart, dung in the yard, and other effects, the property of Mr. Wm. Brown, of Elsworth, in the county of Cambridge, on the 19th day of June, 1804. A person will attend upon the Allotments to show the lots the day before the sale, which will begin at 10 o’clock, where catalogues may be had, at the Fox and Hounds, George, Fenstanton, and of the Auctioneer, Cambridge.
Elsworth 29th December Sale.
To be SOLD by AUCTION by Messrs JENKINSON and LOVELL, at the Fox and Hounds Public House, Elsworth, in the said county of Cambridge, on Tuesday the first day of January, 1805 between the hours of four and six o’clock in the evening, subject to such conditions of sale as will then be produced.
The following COPYHOLD ESTATE
Lot 1. A piece of Newly-Inclosed Land, containing, by admeasurement, 14A. 2R. 19P. situate in Elsworth aforesaid, bounded by the road from Elsworth to Caxton on the east, the lot hereinafter mentioned on the west, land belonging to Mr. Whitechurch on the north, and land belonging to Rev. Matthew Holworthy on the south; now in the occupation of Mr. Jere Fardill.
Lot 2. A piece of Newly-Inclosed land, containing, by admeasurement, 24A. 3R. 12P. situate in Elsworth aforesaid, bounded on the east by lot 1, on the west and south by land belonging to the Rev. Matthew Holworthy, and on the north by land belonging to Mr. Whitechurch; also in the occupation of the said Mr. Jere Fardill. Further particulars may be had of Messrs MAULE and SWEETING, Huntingdon.
Elsworth 8th March
WHEREAS JOHN HODGE, by trade a carpenter, absconded from the parish of Elsworth, has left a woman and child chargeable to the said parish. He is about five feet eight inches high, cross eyed, dark complexion, about thirty years of age, and had on when he went away a fustian jacket and corduroy breeches. Whosoever will apprehend the said John Hodge, so that he may be brought to justice, shall receive THREE GUINEAS reward, from the Overseers of Elsworth.
Knapwell 30th March READY MONEY SALE.
To be SOLD by AUCTION by Thos. PRIOR.
On Tuesday next, the second day of April, at the house of Mrs Matthews, at Knapwell, in the county of Cambridge, farmer;
The greater part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, with BREWING, FARMING, and DAIRY UTENSILS, LIVE and DEAD STOCK etc., etc.
The sale will commence precisely at half past ten in the forenoon. Catalogues may be had at the George Inn, Huntingdon; King Fisher, Godmanchester; Unicorn, St. Ives; Rose and Crown, Fenstanton; Admiral Vernon, Over; Warriors, Willingham; White Horse, Cottenham; Place of Sale; and of the Auctioneer, at the Angel Inn, in Cambridge.
N.B. A dinner will be provided at the Public-house at Knapwell.
Elsworth 3rd August
To be SOLD by AUCTION by Mr. LOVELL at the Fox and Hounds Public House, in Elsworth, in the said County of Cambridge, on Tuesday, the 15th day of August 1805 between the hours of four and six o’clock in the evening, subject to such conditions of sale as will then be produced.
The following COPYHOLD ESTATE.
Lot 1. A piece of new-inclosed land containing by admeasurement 14A. 12R. 14P. situate in Elsworth aforesaid, bounded by the road from Elsworth to Caxton on the east, the lot hereinafter mentioned on the west, land belonging to Mr. Whitechurch on the north, and land belonging to the Rev. Matthew Holworthy on the south; now in the occupation of Mr. Jere Fardill.
Lot 2. A piece of new-inclosed LAND containing by admeasurement 24A. 3R. 12P. situate in Elsworth aforesaid, bounded on the east by lot 1, and on the west and south by land belonging to the Rev. Matthew Holworthy, and on the north by land belonging to Mr. Whitechurch; also in the occupation of the said Jere Fardill.
Lot 3. A HOUSE with two barns, a yard and gardens adjoining, containing about one Acre, more or less, now in the occupation of John Roberts and Charles Brand.
Posession of the whole will be given at Michaelmas next. Further particulars may be had of Messrs Maude and Sweeting, Huntingdon.
Elsworth 12th October MANOR OF ELSWORTH in the county of Cambridge.
NOTICE is hereby given, That the General Court Baron of MATTHEW HOLWORTHY, clerk, will beholden for the said Manor, on Friday, the twenty- fifth day of October instant, at eleven o’clock in the forenoon; when and where all tenants of the said Manor who owe suit and service thereto, are required to attend do. and perform the same, and pay their Quit Rents in arrear. And all persons claiming Admission to any Lands or Tenements held of the said Manor, are desired to attend and be admitted thereto; and at the same time to bring Extracts of such part of the Award or Proceedings under the late Act of Parliament for inclosing the parish of Elsworth, as relate to any Allotments or Exchange which may have been made and confirmed to or with them in lieu or respect of their said Copyhold Lands or Tenements, in order that such Allotments or Exchanges may be properly set forth on the Court Rolls, at the times of their respective admissions.
JOHN LE GRICE, Steward of the said Manor, 9th October
Knapwell 6th September MANOR of KNAPWELL. In the county of Cambridge.
It is requested by the Lord of the said Manor, that no unqualified person will sport thereon, as the game is intended to be preserved.
Elsworth 4th April
On Monday se’nnight died, aged 61, Mr. Hurst, butcher of Elsworth. He lived respected and died lamented.
Elsworth 3rd October To Carpenters and Contractors for Building, Cambridgeshire.
To be SOLD by AUCTION on the premises by EDWARD LAUNDY.
On Friday the 9th day of October 1807 precisely at 12 o’clock in the forenoon; A very substantial good built DWELLING HOUSE, situated on a farm in the occupation of Mr. Robert Baker, at Elsworth, late the residence of Mrs L’Peprie.The building is studded with oak, thatched, plastered and underpinned 2′12 feet with brick-work, two exceeding good and large brick chimnies, one nearly new; comprising on the ground floor a spacious kitchen, parlour and hall, a back kitchen, dairy and cellar; the hall being neatly floored with 9-inch pavings, the kitchen with good bricks, the chambers over the same rooms are all exceedingly well-floored with deals of a good quality, and oak joists.
The above building to be taken down by the purchaser, and removed off the premises at his own expense, on or before the 25th day of December next
For a view of the premises, apply to Mr. R. Baker, who will show the same. Six months credit will be given on approved security. And for further particulars, enquire of Messrs Maule and Sweeting, solicitors; or of the Auctidneer, at his office in Godmanchester.
Elsworth 7th November
Whereas the Proprietors and Occupiers of Lands in the parish of Elsworth, have received much injury by sportsmen and others trespassing on their property, and breaking down the guard-fences of the inclosure; they are determined to prosecute all trespassers without respect to persons.
Elsworth 26th December
On Tuesday last died, at an advanced age, sincerely lamented by his surviving family and friends, Mr. Robert Whitechurch, an opulent and respectable farmer, of Elsworth, in this county.
Elsworth 16th April To be SOLD by AUCTION by THOMAS HAGGER.
On Monday the 18th day of April 1808, A beautiful FLOCK of LEICESTERSHIRE SHEEP, and other effects, on the premises of the Rev. Mr. Holworthy, who has let the farm in his occupation: sale to commence at two o’clock, on account of St. Ives market: Comprising 46 Leicestershire ewes and lambs in a prosperous condition, 20 famous wethers, 50 lamblings, 2 rams, fine in-calved cow, 1 heifer, a beauty, 1 cart horse, thistle machine, plough and cart hamess, harrows, ploughs, barn tackle, etc., catalogues of which are in circulation, and may be had at the adjacent towns, and of the Auctioneers, Potton.
Elsworth 13th August Assize Intelligence.
Nutter and Co. v. Nicholls. The plaintiffs, Messrs James and Thomas Nutter and John Eaden, are corn-dealers and merchants at Cambridge; the defendant, Mr James Nicholls is a farmer at Elsworth. The action was brought to recover £66 1s, the value of 30 quarters of barley had from the plaintiffs by a boy in the name of a Mr. Nicholls. It appeared in evidence, that in April last a boy came to Messrs Nutter and Eaden’s yard, and asked for two samples of seed barley which he received, and then went away. On the Thursday following the same boy came with a team, and said he wanted 15 quarters of barley of the best sample for Mr. Nicholls, which he accordingly had. On the following Saturday he came for 15 quarters more, for the same person. Here it will be proper to observe, that the plaintiffs having formerly had some dealings with Mr. William Nicholls, of Childerley, supposed the barley in question was had on his account; and one of the plaintiffs shortly after meeting Mr. Wm. Nicholls, accidentally mentioned the subject; upon which Mr. Nicholls assured him that he had not ordered or received the barley, and that he knew nothing about it. The plaintiffs, understanding there was a Mr. Joseph Nicholls, who lived in Elsworth, sent there, and enquired about the boy who had taken the barley from them; where they leamed, that a boy who lived with Mr. Joseph Nicholls at the time in question, then resident at Staughton; to which place one of the parties (Mr. Eaden) went, where he found the lad, whose name was John Seymour. He at first denied to Mr. Eaden that, he had fetched the barley, but afterwards acknowledged it, and in his evidence before the jury he stated, in most positive terms, that he did receive the barley from the plaintiffs, and that he took it into the defendant’s yard, where the first load was put into the granary, and the second pitched in the barn, in sacks; and that defendant’s men unloaded the waggons both times. On his cross-examination the boy confessed that when he was fetched from Staughton, on coming through Madingley turnpike, he acknowledged to Moore, the keeper of the gate, that he had never been to Cambridge before; but what he then said, he now declared to be false. Four or five more witnesses appeared on the part of the plaintiffs, all of whom stated that Seymour was the person who had the barley in April last, as before stated. On the part of the defendant it was asserted, that the barley was not had by him or by his order, and that the story told by Seymour was false, in proof of which assertion he first called the keeper of Madingley turnpike, who said he recollected a team passing through his gate in April last, and a boy with it, whom he thinks is not Seymour; a man who was with the waggon came up to him at the time, and said it was Nicholl’s waggon, which he denied, as he told him he knew his waggon very well, and he was certain that it was not it. Defendant next called three men whom Seymour stated to have unloaded the waggon, all of whom positively swore that they had not done any such things; that they did not believe the defendant received any barley from Cambridge that year, and as one of them was always about the yard, he must have known if such a quantity had arrived; that the boy, Seymour, could not have been absent with the team without their knowledge; they did not believe him capable of driving a team; and that the defendant sowed his own barley that year, and therefore could not want to purchase any seed barley. The next witness called was a boy named William Bennett, who stated that he lived with Mr. Royston at Long-Stow, and that in April last he was sent by him to the plaintiffs for two samples of barley; that on the following Thursday he was sent for 15 quarters of the barley by the said Mr. R. in the name of Mr. Nicholls of Childerley, which he took to Stow that day, and on the following to the town of Royston, where it was sold; and that on the Saturday he was sent for another load, which he also received.
Here the jury declared themselves perfectly satisfied with the evidence that had already been gone through on the part of the defendant, and accordingly gave their verdict.
Counsel for plaintiffs, Serjeant Sellon and Mr. Hart; Attorney, Mr. Vitty, Cambridge. Counsel for defendant, Mr. Wilson and Mr. Anderson; attorney, Mr. Butcher, Cambridge.
Elsworth 26th November
ABSCONDED, Christopher Arnold, of Elsworth, Cambridgeshire, by trade a baker; he is about five feet four inches in height, has black hair and black eyes; has a peculiar way of winking with his eyes; fair complexion, rather large mouth, and has an impediment in his speech. He is supposed to be in or near London. Whosoever will bring the said Christopher Arnold to the overseers of the Parish of Elsworth shall receive FIVE GUINEAS reward, and all reasonable expenses.
Elsworth 31st December To be sold by Private Contract.
A Capital MILL and GRANARY, situated in the parish of Elsworth, Cambridgeshire, with a house and oven, bam, stable, and other appurtenances, as lately occupied by a miller and baker.
For particulars make personal application to Mr. JAMES LOOMES, Whittlesea.
Elsworth July 29th Assize intelligence. Nicholls v. Nutter & Co.
The plaintiff is a respectable farmer at Elsworth and the defendants corn merchants at Cambridge. The action was for recovering a compensation in damages for an arrest and false imprisonment of the plaintiff by defendants, under circumstances of a nature very singular, the particulars of which we detailed in our report of the cases at the last summer assizes, when an action was brought by Messrs Nutter and Co. against Mr. Nicholls. We shall therefore briefly state the leading circumstances mentioned by the plaintiff’s counsel in the opening of this action, which were, that in April 1808, a boy went with a team to the defendants for a quantity of barley in the name of a Mr. Nicholls, which was delivered to him, under the supposition that it was for a Mr. Nicholls of Childerley. A short time after, one of the defendants met the said Mr. Nicholls, and happening to mention the barley, he expressed great surprise, and said there was some fraud or mistake in the business, as he had neither ordered it nor received it; upon which the defendants made inquiry respecting other persons of the same name, and understanding there was a Mr. Nicholls at Elsworth, they ascertained that a boy who lived with him in April 1808 then resided at Staughton, which boy, whose name was Seymour, first denied any knowledge of the transaction, but afterwards said he had fetched the barley from Cambridge, and taken it to the plaintiffs. The servants of Messrs Nutter and Eaden declared that they had no doubt of Seymour being the lad who came for the barley; and under these circumstances they brought an action against Mr. Nicholls, having previously arrested him, for which arrest this action was brought. In the evidence on the part of Mr. Nicholls, as defendant in the former action, it was clearly proved that the boy Seymour was grossly perjured, as another lad, whose name was Bennet, declared that he had fetched the barley in question from Messrs Nutter and Eaden, in the name of a Mr. Nicholls, by the order of Mr. Royston of Longstow, who was proved to have had the barley, and to have sold the same at Royston Market. After the counsel for plaintiff had opened his case, and before he proceeded to call any witnesses, the Chief Justice recommended that the parties should consent to a juror’s being withdrawn, to which they agreed as his Lordship observed that not the slightest imputation could be cast upon the characters of either parties, it being very clear that Mr. Nicholls had no knowledge whatever of the transaction, and that Messrs Nutter and Eaden had been defrauded of their barley by some other person under that name. Counsel for the plaintiff, Mr. Alderson and Mr. Best; attorney, Mr. Butcher, Cambridge. Counsel for defendants, Serjeant Sellon and Mr. Hart; attorney, Mr. Vitty, Cambridge.
Elsworth 5th May
On Monday last died, advanced in years, Mrs Whitechurch, relict of Mr. Robert Whitechurch, late of Elsworth in this county. She supported a long and tedious illness with true christian fortitude, and by her death her surviving family have sustained the loss of a most affectionate parent and relative, and the poor that of a sincere and sympathizing friend.
Elsworth 16th December
Lately died, Mr. Nicholls, of Elsworth, in this county. His death was occasioned by being thrown from a one-horse chaise in descending Madingley-hill; when his skull was fractured, and he died before he reached his own house.
Elsworth 20th April
Wanted immediately, or at Easter next, a Man (or Man and Wife) to superintend the Poor in the Workhouse at Elsworth, in the county of Cambridge.
Application (if by letter, post-paid) to the Overseers of Elsworth will be attended to.
To be LET and entered upon at Michelmas next, A FARM, inclosed and tithe-free, situate at Elsworth, and adjoins the parish of Conington, in the said county; consisting of a good farm house, 3 barns, stables and other necessary outbuildings, and 293 acres by statute measure of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, lying in compact and convenient grounds; now in occupation of Mr. Baker.
Further particulars may be had of Messrs Maule and Sweeting, Huntingdon.