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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    night, at tes o'clock - On Tuesday,Athe Deflance and Celeriiyj rival Exeter moaches, met, and ran against each other, near Amesbury. They were both going at a great rate, and were overturned by the violent concussion. No sooner was the Subscribers-only content

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    inn sq. W. Hinde, Liverpool, drysalter. (Bolton, Austinfriars. J. Turton, Birmingham, spoon-maker. [Norton and Chaplin, Gray's inn sq. J. Manby, Amesbury, Wiltshire, draper. [Newton, South sq. Gray's inn. J. Salter, Poole, twine-manufacturer. [Fox, Finsbury circus. R. Bates, Wakefield, Yorkshire, linen-draper. Subscribers-only content

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    yrs old, 6st 91b; fbur, 8st llb; five, ost 101b; six and aged, 9st; T.M.M. (5 subs.) Sir M. Wood's Amesbury, 6 yrs-Robinson.. ... Mr Pettit's f, Observatory, by Bastard, 3 yrs ... ... 2 Mr Ridsdale's Veronica, 3 yrs Subscribers-only content

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    Bib ,. .. ... 2 Colonel Peel's Bubastes, 4 vrs, 8lst lib . .. .. 3 4 to I agst Amesbury; 4 to 1 agst the Duke of Rutland's colt. Won by a lengtb. Handicap Sweepstakes of 13 sovs each, Subscribers-only content

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    announce the death of that gal lant Waterloo hero Lieut.-Gen. Sir John Elley, which took place at his seat near Amesbury, in Wilts, on Wednesday last. By his death the Coloneley of the the 17th Lancers is vacant, as well Subscribers-only content

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    PREVENTION, RELIEF, and CURE ofClllt. VATURES of the SPINE. Particulars of the arransgements may be obtained by applicatioss to Me Amesbury at his residence, 12 Devonshire street, Portlanid place, London. For illustrations of the effects of the treatment adsopted, see Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in ler #4th )ear-On the -8th, at Claphum Coommot, B. HAlris n, Esq.. in his ,Sth year-On the 20th, at Amesbury, J. Purnell, Esq , aged 8e-On the 20th, at Stoke Neeviug- ton, MSrs Tackle, in her Stat ye-r.-On the Subscribers-only content

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    Wilton House, an examination of Wilton Church, visits to Bemerton Church, Burcombe Church, Wardour Castle and House, Tisbury Church, Stonehenge, Amesbury' the Mote at Downton, Clarendon, Lake-house, &c. There were also conversaziones at the Palace, the Deanery, and the Council-chamber. Subscribers-only content

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    in the Army-Capt and Brevt-Mtojor P S Tltompoan, 14t1 Light Dragoosis, to be Lieut-Col in the Army-Brevet-Assist-Surg J W R Amesbury, of the Bengal Army, to be Surg it: the Army. n e Annulled- Walker and 3 Neave, Southwark bridge Subscribers-only content

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    Arthur to the Vale of Avelon (p. 143), and bury bhim at midnight (p. 144). Queen Gaynor turns nun at Amesbury (p. 145), and there is seen by Lancelot (who has crossed the Channel with an army to help Arthur Subscribers-only content

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    on " The Harvest Moon" is exceedingly pretty, and " The Three Silences of Molinos," addressed to the Hermit of Amesbury, the venerable poet Whittier, contains a striking thought expressed in dignified: language. But we fail to see the advantage Subscribers-only content

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    reaching Salis- i bury at seven o'clock in the evening. On the following day the members will visit Old Sarurm, Amesbury, Stone- . henge, Lake House; DUrnford, and Wilton ; and on Friday ? they will leave Saliebuiy for Winchester, Subscribers-only content

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    old coaching days line just tie tbe dtryed by fire. It is the, old Pnelkhor.4e Inn, situate re sc ear Amesbury, Wiltshire, It wvis the favoesrita " pell P P sp" for dIce thirteen "stages" which passed between adr Exeter Subscribers-only content

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    WILLLUI ELsICsrOTON, Upper Villiers Street, Dudley Road, t Wolverhampton, washer. EDnwAn.D Lrwis, Hope Street, Vrexham, grocer. W hrAnr AN: SeasS, Amesbury, Wiltshire, baker and grocer i- (widow). Ig FIRST MEETINGS AND DATRS OF PUBLIC la EXAMINATIONS. lo EDWIN LIEE, 2, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst., and to inform You that in compliance with the wishes of the .'justices of the division of Salisbury and Amesbury, Sir Geolrge Grey has this day issued an order which will appear in the Oa '4fe* of next Tuesday, Subscribers-only content

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    b), 6 yrs Jassy, 6 yrs Pearl. d yrs Crafty, 4 yro Itednlire, 6 yrs IRocket lh b), 5 yrs Amesbury, 4 yrs Vanity l( b), 6 yrs The Snitcher, G yrs Mtother of Pearl, 4 yrs tarion, 0 yrs Subscribers-only content

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    twelve miles. Then it will rest for the night, and the next day will move into the neigh- bourhood of Amesbury; while the Blandford force, leaving its old ground, will advance to the north as far as Fontnell, and camp Subscribers-only content

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    day's rest. Secondly, because we did not find that going to Upavon would rest us much on our journey to Amesbury - the journey which is in store for us to-morrow. However, orders were peremptory, and if we had disobeyed Subscribers-only content

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    his venerable zival the blip, and hal gone off on the other side of the river, in the direction of Amesbury, with the meception of cue brigade, which was just about to cress the Avon when. Walpole and his menry Subscribers-only content

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    are engaged in cleaning their uniforms, and preparing to make a gallant show before the good people of Salisbury and Amesbury, all of ,whom, iU in expected, will be present. Before leaving the subject of the lmaaeuvres, It should be Subscribers-only content

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