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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    these cf yooi'rehdiTs who are fond of the sport of the Leash to a meeting about to tete Plate at Amesbury (Wilts) , the second week ira February? It ir the tine if meeting for the Everley Club, hut all Subscribers-only content

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    following days. It coom- menced in drenching rain, and ended in summner unn, and proved, in every respect, worthy of Amesbury. The rain and wind, the first day, caused the hares to be on the move, and only half the Subscribers-only content

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    CBIPps (Chelmsfordl.-The pure old Wiltshire greyhound was formerly bred exclusively for the extraordinary hares whichh are generally met with at Amesbury and the Jdarlborozcgh Downs, or sometimes, though zot so often, at Ashdown Park. JOSEPH COOP2n (Camberwell).-The match-carti and harness Subscribers-only content

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    1 - auy other CAs-saeDCaE5sl,-_100 to I on2 the ieldi, T HE WILTsHIRE CHAIPION MEETING i will take place at Amesbury, on Monday, the 19th October. and following days. Judge, Mr. NI'GBoRoc. The GREAT lVnETErL PUrPY STAREw 32 entries; 10 Subscribers-only content

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    Addrego, NV, A, C BimnO, BOA 10, Qeneral Post-office, London, T HF WILTSHIRE CHAMPION MEETING JI will take place at Amesbury, on Monday, the 19th October. and following days. Judge, Mr. M'GEonGz. The GREAT WVSMErno PePpy STAKE; 32 entries ; Subscribers-only content

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    in the Insolvent Debtors' Court, Thomas Corbey, an advortising horse. seller, was opposed on the part of Captain Pinckney, of Amesbury, near Salisbury. This was the insolvent's " fourth" appearance in the sames ecaracter, and it was alleged that he Subscribers-only content

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    silk eerchant-G. WILLIS, Parkfield-street, Islington, baker-G. PARSONS, irigttton, Sussex, riding master-W. 1. RICKERBY, Harrison-street, Cray's Isa-road, out of bushiess-E. THORNTON, Amesbury, Wilts, elluiuber-Z. DURRANT, Carning-towvn, Plaistow Marsh, lodging-house iierper-C. TIONPSETT, Mayfield, Sussex, saddler and harness maker -11. T. CHAPLIN, Duke-street, Subscribers-only content

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    and, in company with Wood Reeve, she was taken oln to Salisbury Plain for the spin, but, on reaching the Amesbury ground, it was found too hard to attempt a trial, and the work of the pair consisted, after all, Subscribers-only content

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    for the erection of the shedding and the show yard works at Abingdon. That of Mr. W. Q. Cole, of Amesbury, being found to be the lowest, was accepted. An appreciable reduction being offered if accepted for a term of Subscribers-only content

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    AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S B SHOW, ABINGDON. Messrs. KING and ADHIN A RE instructed by the Contractor, Mr. Quint 1 Cole, of Amesbury, to SELL by AUCTION, in the Abbey Meadow, on Tuesday, June 6th, at One o'clock,- The greater portion of Subscribers-only content

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    ~~SHOW, ABINGDON. 0. Messrs. KING and ADRIN a, A RE instructed by the Contractor, 11r. Quint a l- Cole, of Amesbury, to SELL by AUCTION , in the Abbey Meadow, on Tuesday, June 5ib, at One o'clock,- aeTegetr portion of Subscribers-only content

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    will,.no doubt, excite much attention.. The shedding and other erections on the ground have been.put up~by 1'1. Quint ohlo, of Amesbury, who has done his work; ina satisfactory manner. Tho programmno f1i the two days has already been issued.. Business Subscribers-only content

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    South Park, Headington Hill, Oxford, it Eleven o'clock punctually, by direction of the Contractor, Mr. W. Quint of Cole, of Amesbury, Wilts. ully Catalogues will be prepared three days prior to sale, and I alo, may be obtained at the Subscribers-only content

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    in a dream, inspired bytn angel. quit (4) St. Aldatis, Bishop of Gloucester (about A.D. 60) Et Aldate burying at Amesbury the British nobles 11MI~saored to I by H{engist end the 8axons at Salisbury Plain. win But in reference to Subscribers-only content

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    not less thai, two itches to servo, and will pay all travilling expenses of use dos.-Wi. Wing South em, Durriagton, Amesbury, Salisbury, Wilts. I.~~~~~~~~- AUCTION DIARY FOR THE WEElK. MBsSE5. ACOCK & TAYLER. Saturday, This Day-Sherborne Weed Sale ,, -Farmington Subscribers-only content

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    not less than two bitches to serve, and will pay all travelling expanses of fmn the dog.-W. Wing Southern, Durrington, Amesbury, Salisbury, Wilts. Co WILLIAM ALLEN, domeased. pr pci DURSUANT to Statute 22nd and 23rd Vice., I e cap. 35,-Xotice Subscribers-only content

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    !00!1 SS posgible, that suitable dates may be arrrnged. 0 A1uction, Ofliee,,Wallingforcd o FRID.A, 1.th AUGUST, 16M. RED HO1JSE FARM, AMESBURY, Eight miles from Salisbury. , I ESSRS. WVATERS AND RAWLsENCI are . i} structed to SELL by AUCTION, on Subscribers-only content

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    her adopted child, the parentage being un- known. Evidence showed the boy was subjected to long and persistent cruelty. At Amesbury, near Salisbury, on Friday, several . houses and shops and a Wesleyan chapel were l- destroyed by fire, and Subscribers-only content

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    Angas, W. Crosland, and 0. C. Wallis. Shaep.-xford down, J.' B. Ellis, West Bars- ham, Walsingham, Norfolk; Hampshire, George Blake, Amesbury, Wilts; SouThdounGeorge Jonas, Dusford, 'Camridge;' Shropshire, T. S. Minton, Montford, Montford Bridge, Salop; Cotswold and any breed, W.- T. Subscribers-only content

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    D)er ; iescnsuft.r. r- A great foot-vace for 1000 sovereigns took place on to Tu, sday the I6th instant, over Amesbury course, Wilts, between l- Nash, a celebrated pedestrian from Nottingham, atir R. Franip- e ton, Esq. of Banlay, Sufllk. Subscribers-only content

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