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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    13th inst., at Adgestone, Mr. Hotf Pabfitt, aged 38 years. On the 15th inst., at High-street, Ryde, after a short illness, Mr. Charles Tubtle, dyer, in the *»7th year of his age. On the 15th inst., at Ryde, Mr. Henby Subscribers-only content

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    85 years. Ou the 7th inst., at _-__tmo_nt, Ryde, Chabu# Ceamee, in his 7-th year. On the 4th inst., at Adgestone, Eliza, wife ot r ' Wm. Locxybb, aged 60 years. On the 7th inst., at Ryde, Mr. William Hoasb. Subscribers-only content

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    }_ St. Helens National School Near St. Helens Church 1 is'> i_. In course of being supplied Adgestone Church of England School.. Adgestone | ~ j { (_-.) School without the Dis- '■ \ ' trict, but partly avail- able Subscribers-only content

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    Helens National School *<»** *■ I,tk " s Church I W2 1&» In course of being supplied Adgestone Church of England School.. Adgestone , " ' " ' (b.) School without the Dis- trict, but partly avail- able for it Subscribers-only content

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    and costs, or 14 day's hard labour. George Gallop, of Oakfield, was summoned for trespassing in search of game, at Adgestone, on land in the occupation of Mr. Walter Mew, of Sandown, on Friday, the 3rd inst. - P.C. Hooper Subscribers-only content

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    the late Mr John Isaacs, of Ryde. DEATHS. On the 26th July, at Brading, Celia, wife of Mr Geoeoe Henry Gladdis, aged 26 years. On the Ist inst;., at Adgestone, Jambs Henby, son of Mr James Pqcock, aged 12 years. Subscribers-only content

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    On the 2tich Nov., at Lake, Matilda, wife of Jlr S. TaiNDKE, aged 56 years. On the 2(ith Nov., at Adgestone, Amy, daughter of Mr <J. Toogood, aged 1 year and ID mouths. On the Nov., at Kyde, Lucy, wile Subscribers-only content

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    to have lost their lives were a petty officer, named Wheeler, whose family live at Salterns ; Seaman Dibbons, of Adgestone ; and another seaman, Cox, from Atherfield. Three of the men on board cime frcm Haven Street, several from Subscribers-only content

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    tho Ist inst., at Brading, Habbibt, wife"* * W. Htjmi _ket, aged Go' years. _ On the Ist inst., at Adgestone, Willu- I*** 8 * son of Mr Fbank Walkkb, aged 3 years. «- On the Sth inst., at Binstead, Subscribers-only content

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    ditto, fuchsias. The Cottagers' Class was very numerously repre- sented, the principal prize takers being G. WiUiams, Gatcombe; F. Walker, Adgestone; Geo. Saunders, Shanklin ; WiUiam Tanner, ShankUn ; Geo. Kings- weU, ShankUn; Henry Woodmore, Shanklin ; Jas- JNiblett, Niton Subscribers-only content

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    at Brcokfield, near Adgestone. and went backward and forward over the down every morning and evening. In doing so he passed within a few yards of Brookfield marl pit, which fronts to the highroad from Brading to Adgestone ac tho Subscribers-only content

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    DEATHS. On the 2nd inst., at tha Infirmary, Ryde, Mr John Stamp, aged 65 years. On the 3rd inst., at Adgestone, Mr Levi Bjix, aged 70 years. On the 3rd hist., at St. John's Park, Mr Edwabd Bubton, aged 74 Subscribers-only content

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    terms of 1000 years, at ground rents amounting to £!) per annum. ELEVEN COTTAGES, substantially stone- built, and situate at Adgestone, in the Parish of Brading, with large gardens, together with a Valu- able Plot of Building Land, at present Subscribers-only content

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    terms of 1000 years, at ground rents amounting to £i) per annum. ELEVEN COTTAGES, substantially -tone- built, and situate at Adgestone, in the Parish of Brading, with large gardens, together with a Valu- able Plot of Buildiug Land, at present Subscribers-only content

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    terms of 1000 years, at ground rents amounting to £0 per annum. EL.EVEN COTTAGES, substantially stone- built, and situate at Adgestone, in the Parish of Br-tding, with large gardens, together with a Valu- able Plot of Building Land, at present Subscribers-only content

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    terms of 1000 years, at ground rents amounting to £'J per annum. ELEVEN COTTAGES, substantially stone- built, and situate at Adgestone, in the Parish of Brading, with large gardens, together with a Valu- able Plot of Building Land, at present Subscribers-only content

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    judg- ment when called on. Dnid Deacon, 17, William lock, 17, Charles White, IG, and Charlis Lewis, 15, of Saudown, were charged with a similar offence at Adgestone, near Brading. - Deacon was fined 6s, the other defendants beiug discharged. Subscribers-only content

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    was charged with theft. - lt seems prisoner had been working for five weeks for Wallace Relf , gravel contractor, Adgestone, when he left, taking the pickaxe supplied to him away. As there was a ques- tion of a small Subscribers-only content

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    On the 3rd iust., at Bembridge, Selau, widow oi Mr H. Day, aged 68 years. On the 4th inst., at Adgestone, Ellen, wife of Mr Jambs Pccock, aged 31 years. On the 4th inst., at Ryde, Haebiet, widow of Mr Subscribers-only content

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    *j inBt - at Brunswick-place, Ryde, >- r- nT?v eh » *B ed 8 * years. Jf™ 6th inst, at Adgestone, Mr. Oeorge Walker, aged 22 years. On the Bth inst., at High-street, Ryde, Edith, wife of Mr. Charles James, Subscribers-only content

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