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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    teblich is now lying at Messre, Harrisons music Ware- 'Bt ahouse. 4m S TI THE EIRJUINGHA31 CATTLE AND 'PUTYMat bsT ASHOW, 1882. Wholt -- ~~~~~~~~the The THIRT'Y.FOtIraTH GREAT ANNUAL EXHIBITION pal of FAT CATLE S)MElIP, P'lGt, DOL')IESTIO FOtaTRY, . TI Subscribers-only content

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    Kitchen Requisiites, ant othser 1612eels itise property oIf Mice Nirlar ahe v gsiig h snuekeplglwheich aeill b, Sald by THO ASHOW LL tIODthle Premrise.,, aa or aatI csseuea 1teec athesorso. Oficeso of Divnig c a -559 Ii, To Isitiicasie, Breilers, Subscribers-only content

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    and by a bringing r p others to vote. Cn uRt'5 PRrFrIUM5T5.-The Rev. A. H. M. Russell, 3 00 of Ashow, near Stonileigh, has been appointed to the rr living of Whitnasui, vacant by the death of the late Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    fowarded him an address of sympathy:- r " Stoneleigh Abbey, Kenilworth, October 15. 1884. vy I dear friends of Stoneleigh, Ashow, and Weltwood, I have to acknowledge with very grateful thanks the truly kind and sympathising letter which you havo Subscribers-only content

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    axc] anrespective laiStisaus. The polihhig place seas at the ite e National Schools for tice palrishese or townships Poi ref Ashow, Ileginton, Heoniley, Kenilwortli, Lesic of I Wootteon Stoleseoigle, Stivicefall, Basl, &c. me ~Ties mem~ber on thee register for alteepae Subscribers-only content

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    August last year P Mr. O'BamNe wrote to Mr. SHEEANs to point a out the necessity which existed to " Ashow BAnroUv that his troubles in Ireland are only beginning," and to ask him to arrange a for a few Subscribers-only content

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    Vero (Athe- stone, president of the Nuneaton Division Liberal Asso- ciation, Joseph Arch, J. Rowlands, A. B. Overell, T. Pryce (Ashow), J. Cash (president of the Coventry Liberal Association), James Blackhan (Fillongleyj, Dr. Elkington (Kineton), Rev. A. Holden Byles, J. Subscribers-only content

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    IV. S. Chamberlain, of Cleveland, United States. The ceremnony wa~s perf ,ormed by the Rev. Julia E. extid, retor of Ashow, K-enilworth, assisted byIth Rev. A. Thornton, of St. George's. The churchtil was prcfuotly decoratc-d vitls choice plants and palms. Subscribers-only content

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    the society had awarded r n e~tra firfst prize :--lSt, Miss H addon. M stoke r ory, .and Mi>s Wright, Ashow, Kenilworrb, whose' ir utter ears *veighed 31b. Loz. ; 2nd, Miss J. If Sinclair, itartenn, l'ughy; 3rd, hira Chapman, Subscribers-only content

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    farmuer; George Hougihton, Ullenhall, farner; W. Holtom, Old Stratford, farmer ; I. Hiorns, Ashow, farmer; Thomas Middleton, Preston Baggott. farmer; l4ichard Morgan, Haselor, farmer; W. Norman, Ashow. farmer; Charles Smith, Leamington, gentleman; and Joseph Whittington, Preston Baggott, farmer. The CHA5IR5A"N, Subscribers-only content

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    Staunton, B. Greaves, 0. Pell, and J. T. Arkwrigllt, Esqrs, An order was made for the removal from Kenilworth to Ashow; of Mary Ann, widow of George Perks, and her two children, upon the application of Mr. Webb, assistant overseer Subscribers-only content

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    age, wpere charged with having, on the 11th Instant, done damage to fiftyturnipa, the property of Mrs. Mary Bryan, of Ashow. Jane Gibbs, thirteen years of age, was charged with re- ceiving the same, knowIng them to be stolen. They Subscribers-only content

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    Minister of St. Leks's Proprietary ChWApl Leamintosi; the lion, and Boyv, WioSfied. Stratford, TwIe1tlrto i Wykeham Fienaesh M.A.. Curate of Ashow; the Rev. P. I CoMvle. N.A., Vicar of Leek Wootton; the Rev. I. Trimmer, Viora of Stone, leigh; the Subscribers-only content

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    th er compl aint. di a Turnermntchoed that.,' whoen after'eomeha besiantilon hu plu-oded o gilsty." an'ddtt was ncot enflerlent to'hr ;Ashow tie feoiy MromThurelas saidthet aew moths 'ao a caeCot, " Bwle e.Evne, wa tredin he ounyLourt,'adi was hreld tha Subscribers-only content

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    H NB 0 B I N S O N, tGBNEA IPRONFOUNDER, WHOLESALE & P.EAII4 MUILR SYIRT2. E 1219 WARReOUSIC AND ASHOW RCoM-Ee, DIGBZITH7, liSh71)eyone. jMOORLE V'S LONG BROAD PLAITS and ..& PJLICATUItE mRliZET,, from 49. perSot. MOO1BLEY'S NEW COiAONET PLAIT, Subscribers-only content

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    pay 15s.q includingr a-fineand expenses,-,Pooi' r1;tet were a lowfd for thi' following pinishes :-Harbu ty, lis. '3d.; ,Wolverton, 6di . 'Ashow s ;Napton, lod.; ,Huoningh'ern, idd;; 'pi~d Ofav'pi-don'94. in the ppn d.! HAUBORNE: eXRii PLAVING IN A PUBLIO Hdusa'-At the' Subscribers-only content

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    the tpountd for Eathorpe.-Johnx Freemans was charged with threatening to murder Rebecca Freem~as, his mother, on the 10th, instant, at Ashow, in consequence ot which she was afraid 'h would do her 'osue bodily injury. The de- fendant spoke most Subscribers-only content

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    The little village of Ashow, so well known to the lovers of the picturesque In the neigbbourrhood of Leamington and Kenilworth, was on Thursday, the scone of a simple and touching rustic festival, prepared by the villagers themselves in honour Subscribers-only content

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    2s. 64d. ; Offchurch, £71. O. 41d.; Radford, £96. 17s. 84d. ; Tachbrooke, £100. 7e. G.L; Whitnash, £41. 3s. I114d. Ashow, £30. l0s. 8id. ; Baginton, £76 13a. 1.3,.; Bubbenhall, £49. 10s. 6'd.: Cubbiagton, £12 6a ,6i4.; Eathorpe, £10. 14s. Subscribers-only content

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    parish of BOrford. TmE NEW BOARD OF GUmARDrAxs.-The Board of Guardians for the ensuing year WiLl coneititOf the following gentleme Ashow, Wiloam Normnt farmer; Baginton, H eseny Josh Carte', farmer; Barford, William Ayres, bgentleman; Beausal], John Drikwater h Bdbrooke, John Subscribers-only content

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