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( PKH I'IIKSS AHSOOIATION. ) Oamahu, December 3 Hla Lorclchlp Franoia William Ogilvie Grant, tcuth Earl of SeaSeld, died at hie real ;enoo at Oautaru about noon to-d.iy, of * heart dlßenae at the early age of 41 yonro. Hia death las c«nt qnite a gloom over the plaoo, h!n Lordship b>lng macb rosproted for bla Hboiality and hia genetal sterling qual t'po His oldest son, Jamos Ogilvle Grant, Vi3ouant BoldhaveD, aged eleven yoara, takes thetltlp. (From opr own OonuBSPONDBNr.) Oamaru, DeoemVor 4 The funeral of tho late E-rl of Seafie'.d ia fixed for half-pact two on Thursday, It will prob*bly be a Manonio funt>r»).

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DEATH OF EARL SEAFIELD, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2004, 4 December 1888

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DEATH OF EARL SEAFIELD Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2004, 4 December 1888

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