"...and the inflammation ; she was thoroughly well attended to, she was about 150 years of age. By Mr. Cooke : They were on very affectionate terms. I never knew of anything that would cause any dilfer- The funeral of Sarah ... , Countess Waldegrave, took place yesterday at Fairlight Church, where the mortal remains of the late Earl "Waldegrave are interred. Service was read by the Kev. John Parkin, private chaplain to the deceased ... , and the Rev. Henry Kent. Among the chief mourners were Archdeacon and Mrs. Hopper, l!ight Hu:i. Earl Waldegrave. the Lord Chancellor, and Hon. George Waldegrave Leslie. The funeral was a public one. the mayor ... to the funeral. The earl..."
"...occupants were thrown out, and two of them received injuries of a very serious character. Sarah Countess Waldegrave died at half-past five on Friday evening at her residence at Hastings. The event has been ... expected for some days. Lady Waldegrave was the second wife of William, 8th Karl Waldegrave, and daughter of the Rev. William Whitear, prebendary of Chichester, and widow of Mr. Edward Milward ... of the pending questions of the moment. Is the Government to reserve all its sympathy for the Irish tenant, or to keep-some of it for the English tenant also ? Is it to over-rule the aristocratic bias of its ... . THE BUDGET IN ITS MORAL AND MATERIAL ASPECTS, Before the jubilant exultations shall have died..."
"...broke are staying at Henham Hall, Suffolk.
The Countess of Craven gave birth to a son on Wednesday morning, at her residence in Charles street, Berkeley-square.
The death of Sarah, Countess Waldegrave ... our smothered sighs ;
With all earth’s discord the one note agreeing,
’Mid death and hate, a love that never dies ;
A tranquil silence and fretful din,
And still the sinless confidant of sin ... Campbell, who were expected to be present, were prevented from attending.
Rkd Hkart Rum—The oldest, purest, and finest stimulant of the age, especially selected for hospital purposes by the Society for Aid ... . The death rate was 22 per thousand of the popu-latien.
Tbbatmkht of Prisostbbs.—On the 24th of April, the next meeting for county business of the Middlesex..."