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    partners, and therefore } gave judgment -in favour of the plaintiffs. ALurder of a MWfew by her Husband.-Tuesdaymotning I - Amesbury and his wife, iwho lived in or near .the parish of Hi Wedmore, Somex setshire, and whose chief 'employt Subscribers-only content

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    usual means employed a produce union for nearlyfa four-teen tnonths,- recently placed hiiself under the care of Air. a and Amesbury, and has submitted to tb treatment that he recoin. Ali * mends j 'under the influence of which,the limb, Subscribers-only content

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    Letter from Paiis.-General Monthly Miscellany-The CHASE-Observations on the present state of, and Review of Sportduring the past Season-The. TURFRacestocome-_RaCeSpaSt-STEEPLE C11ASES- Amesbury Coursing illeeting.--Archery.__Cricket.- Pigeon Shooting.-Aquaticm.-Fine Ars.-Billesdon Cop- low.-Latest Intelligence: Colonel Jolliffe's Hounds-Sir John Gerard's-York and Epsom Races.-Betaings.-Hay and Corn llJarketsfltActSCCALENDAR. Subscribers-only content

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    Falkland, as Baron Hundson, of Scutterskelfe, in . der the county of York; and Charles Dundas, Esq. as Baron ,Id Amesbury, Berks. o ent The meeting at Devonshire-house. on WhTednesday even- Yu the ing, consisted of more than twenty distinguished Subscribers-only content

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    sheep ing and forty-three pigs were burnt to death ! the property of C. as Rendall, Esq. of Illilstone, near Amesbury. The sheep, r to which were to be turned on the Downs on the following F ed morning, were Subscribers-only content

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    the Court House, Wakefield John Turton, Birmingham, spoon maker, May 28, June 27, at Dee's Royal Hotel, Birmingham. John Ma.,dy, Amesbury, W~iltshire, draper and grocer, May 27, June 27, at the Red Lion Inn, New Sarum. James Salter, Poole, twine-manufacturer, Subscribers-only content

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    on- of kon aiding and abetting. Calah is in custody, the ch, others have absconded.anote the THE HAnE.-The hares at Amesbury, and man o the aere parts of Salisbury plain, have acquired a distinguished cha..T the racter for speed and Subscribers-only content

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    Figaro, and Mir. Forth's c, by Albany. Sweepmatkes of 100 soya each. It ft ;TII.311. ; foursubs. Sir MI. Wood's Amesbury, acted, 74t. l~b (Robinson). ... the Sir. Sowerby's Rioter, S yrs, 7st 61b .................... 2 ' to Sir. J. Subscribers-only content

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    for this purpose. F " In the year 1831, on a thin chalky soil, in the neigh. i hourhood of Amesbury, in Wiltshire, Mr. Devenish em. ployed bone manure of the quality called I fine,' drilled at I the rate Subscribers-only content

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    with it on Wednesday D afternoon, says that on going down they experienced very little Impediment on this side of Amesbury; at a mile and a . half beyond, they got completely blocked. The leaders a dropped down, but rose Subscribers-only content

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    Fl per Charlie second. 27 B as 12. The autunin masaouvres closed by a "march past" at Beacon Hill, near Amesbury. tth. 13. Mr. Holker (C.) elected M.P. for Preston, polling 4,542 d 1 votes agaisast 3,824 polled by Major Subscribers-only content

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    parish of IReddall Hill. Rev. L. Owen, N.A., honorary canon in Winchester Cathedral. Rev. Arthur Whitmarsh Phelps, M.A., vicar of Amesbury, Wilts; patrons, the Dean and Canons of Windsor. Rev. Richard Edward Price, M.A., rector of Llanymynech. Rev. Matthew Pugh, Subscribers-only content

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    dean of UJndliohi no. 'J. Rev, C. S. Ruddle, vicar of Durriugton; rural dean of the a second ortion of Amesbury Deanery. Rev. E. V. Shuster, M.A., curate of Tavistock; rector of b St. Mary Haughlon, near Denton. Patron, Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    good preserva- snt tion. He also announced that the next summer congress is would be held in Wiltshire. when Stonehenge, Amesbury, the Avebury, and Salisbury would be visited. Two interesting papers were read: the one (by the Rev. Dr. Ridding, Subscribers-only content

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    Robinseon, assistant priest of St. Philip's, Sydenban; assistant priest of St. Augustino's, Honor Oak, S.E. Rev. John Samuel; curate of Amesbury, Wilts. Rev. John Hubert Scott, MLA. rector of Meloombe Regie-cum-Radipole Weymouth, surrogate. Rev. t. G. Watkiss, rector of Barnoldby-le-Beek; Subscribers-only content

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    to Ss. per week within the last three weeks for married, anil to Gs. or 6s. for single men. At Amesbury and other villages in Wiltshire, the wages now paid do not exceed Ss. for married men, and 6s. per Subscribers-only content

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    WValtham. DISTRICT No. 52.---DocsETS11ncE, WaIL-TSHIREn, PART Or. Proposed to cocssist of' the following Superintendent Re- gistrar's Districts: Aiderbury, 14,171 ; Amesbury, 7,098 Mere, 8,4-94-; SalisbUry, 9,1901) 'isbiry, 10,106; Wilton, 10,127; Beaminster, 1-5,112; Bhandford, 13,o61 ; Bridport, 10,695; Dorchester and Covmc, Subscribers-only content

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    eloquent terms. pi The Rev. E. HILL thon detailed the excursions planned n, for the meeting, which include visits to Amesbury, Stone. ta henge, Wimborne Minster, Christchurch, Beaulieu Abbey, Ramsey, anid many other places more immediately in the h vicinity Subscribers-only content

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    bury, where they will inspect the numerous British tunnels in that neighbourbood, and afterwards visit Stonehenge and old Sarum. A splendid dejeeie has been provided for the members by Sir Edmund Antrobus on the site of Vespasian's camp, taear Amesbury. Subscribers-only content

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    by their Saxon invaders, and verified many impor- tant statements of the Saxon chronicle. He also identified the town of Amesbury, near this city, as one of the three great Christian choirs ia Britain, under Aurelius Arrbrosius, and showed that Subscribers-only content

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