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    on the 27th of November; to Malcolm Lee, for saving William Gosling, who sank while bathing in the Avon at Amesbury, Wilts, at a place where the water is 12ft. deep; to John Rowlett, fqr saving John Preslee, who jumped Subscribers-only content

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    the poet of the humanities," as the ASriut- Jicldi JRperbliean calls him, has written the following letter to Senator Sumner: "Amesbury, Noveinber 19, 1873. My dear Sumner,-Thanks for thy manly and just letter on the Cuban difficulty. It was the Subscribers-only content

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    Amesbury, on Wednesday, before Mr. R. M1. s- Wilson, county coroner. The ovideunea want to show that Cs on Wednesday evening a party of gipsies, including - Henry White, the prisoner, and the deceased, were turned at out of Subscribers-only content

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    MIills, tsill be Sold at Pablic Auction, Xlarchi Se-:escee,,It, ilueils previously disposed of at private sale. It is located in Amesbury unnd Salisbury, irass., and can be I-eached in tivo hoeurs frotit Dostots. The property consists of oight mills, colt- Subscribers-only content

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    L. H. Martin, and D'Arcy; Captains Smirthwaite, Appleyard, and Saddler; and 'Lieuteiinlan Williams, Robson, Briscoe, Paynter, Hen- drieks, Hon. 'Milles, Amesbury, Hodson-Oooke, Walker, White, Zykeyn, Hopkins, and Major and Adjutant Byng .aid Quartermasteg W. Nice. I I i I I Subscribers-only content

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    H. Martin, and D'Arcy- e Captains Smirthwaite, Appleyard, and Saddler; and Lieutenants Williams, Robson, Briscoe, Paynter, tHen- dricks, Hon. Milles, Amesbury, Hodson-Cooke, Walker, X White, Eykeyn, Hopkins, and Major and Adjutant Byng l and Quartermaster W. Nice. t NExw WESLEYAN Subscribers-only content

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    leading firms have been destroyed. The loss is estimated at 1 000,0 0 dols. Later particulars of the fire at Amesbury show that seven carriage factories and a number of dwelling-houses 5were destroyed. A thousand persons have been thrown rout Subscribers-only content

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    West Yorkshire Regiment; B. R. Goven 4thk attalion Yorkshire Reriment; W. E. Dent, 3rd Battalion Yorkshire Regimnenii; W. L. R, Amesbury, 3rd Battalion Yorkshire Light Infantry; C. L. Haldane, 4th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment; A. Hodson-Cooke, 3rd BtialioIn Yorkshire Light Subscribers-only content

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    at least outside of New England-of that body. Retiring from that position in 1840, he took up his residence at Amesbury, and here for about half a century he devoted his attention to literary work. Amongst Whittier's writings are-" Legends Subscribers-only content

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    upon the page, but for the most part the record turns around the tranquil glory of the poet's home-life at Amesbury and the struggles which had become memories when he established himself in, hat conge-ialretreat.; Mr. Baring-Gould has written two Subscribers-only content

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    Barry's Califiraia (1 . B.Sherwood 'S it H.R.l{. the Prince of Waless Courtiar Sib) ........ ~a 8I Mr 3;. Cannon's Amesbury...... -............Owner S It me C. J. F. Fewuect's Castano .............T. Loader S It Mr H. Heasman'ls Rlns Tint t31b).........-,...Prince Subscribers-only content

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    C. do Rothschild'a Camli Lor......... ahs 9 0 Colonel North's Powermcotrt. S yre ...........C. Peck *7 7 Mr J Cannon's Amesbury, 2 yin..................... ...Ownler 7 7Mr W. 00. Clarke's Patkington, 2 Tie ................ Burbidge II7 7 Dunks of Devonashire's Aper, Subscribers-only content

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    M aro be Taanlal-Rwoebankc Ur Joh n dieton' bd b qoaloraij. by Church Water-Tile, a bye SOUH OF ENGLAND CLUB (AMESBURY) MEETING. Judge, Mr Bice. Slipper, W. Sioneb. There is another very poor meeting to be held uader the anaploer, Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES. Number 1,064. AN OLD HOLDERNESS REGISTER Hollyi-n-eum-Withernsea. 'Mr. G. T. J. Miles, Withernsea, writes- The oldest register book at Hollm- contains the entries of baptisms, marriages, and burials from MIay 1st, 1564, to December, 1749. Subscribers-only content

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    the title of Baron Hunsdon, of Scutterskelfe, county York; and Charles Dundas,-- Esq. by the title of Baron Amesbury, of Kinthury, Amesbury, and' Barton'court, county of Berks, and of Aston-hall, county of Flint.- Loan BELFAsT._- On Monday last Lord Belfast, Subscribers-only content

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    Run- t chiit, Uir E F lIebrum, Mr A Camille, Air L Ca s mille, Mr AI Hulbert, Mi's 0 Amesbury, twvo chiildret,, inifait and servant,; MAlr J 1I Ewing, F Mr J Krevetihagen, Mr D D Sauitderts, Mr It Subscribers-only content

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    Villens, Mrs. Corhyn and intfant, Mrs. Steel and inflitnt, Mt's, Neede, child, nid servant; Mrs. Bai'oiv and two children, Mr's. Amesbury and infant, MIr. atiil Mrs. Barry, AMrs. Granti 01hild1, and servant; Mtrs. Wingrove, child, load servant; Mr. Golding and Subscribers-only content

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    on the 19th inst., the Warbler, Pat- tou, of Bolfast, for Gibraltar. From Londonderry, on the 19th inst,, the Katahdin, Amesbury, for St. John, N.B. CL.EA RED From Liverpool, on the 20th inst., lhb Broughton Hall, Rennie, of Belfast, for Subscribers-only content

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    Edmund Antrobas, Bart., of The Abbey, Amesbury, Wilts; Lower Cheam, Surrey; the Terrace, Piccadilly; and 59, Strand, was proved in the London Courr, on the l0th ins;., under £300,000 personalty. The executors are his sons, Sir Edmund Antrobus, Bart.. and Subscribers-only content

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    supported as the October one. Oar Irish roprequnt3tives sadly failed to maintain the prestige of the country at the late Amesbury 1 Coursing Meeting in Wiltshire, all Mmr Swiniburne's going down respectively in the first round, includ- i ing S Subscribers-only content

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