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    on Sunday last, and who were capturet on Monday near a shepherd's hut, into Nwhich they had broken, at Brixton Deverill, and stolen six jackets and a hat, were e on Thursday committed at.the Petty Sessions for trial for r- Subscribers-only content

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    13, WILLIAM, eldest son of Mr. JOBN DonosoN, cloth dresser, Oatlande-row, Leeds. On the 14th inst., at the Rectory, Brixton Deverill, Wilts, aged 63, the Rev. Was. BARNES, rector of that parish, and formerly rector of Ricismond, Yorkshire. Saese day, Subscribers-only content

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    March, 1837, a SERMON a_ ill. be preached in St. Alichael's Church, Derby, 1?EZ. ROBERT M1EEK, AM. Rector of Brixton Deverill, W1iltshire, And a Collection made in aid of the Funds of the above Institution. Divine Service to commence at Subscribers-only content

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    of Camborne; honorary canon of St. Constantine in Truro Cathedral. Rev. H. H. Duke, vicar of Westbury; rector of Brixton Deverill, Salisbury. Patron, the Bishop of Salisbury. Rev. William Sweet Escott, B.A<.; perpetual curate of Crewkerne. Patrons, the Dean and Subscribers-only content

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    ___<__. Rushton Bembridge, to St. Peter's, Cookley. Rev. J. Denton, to Ashby -de-la-Zouch V. Rev. Townley Ward Dowdny, to Brixton Deverill R. Rev. J. Garland, to Ombersley V. Rev. R. Sutton, to Pevensey V. Rev. I. Taylor, to Settrington R., Subscribers-only content

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    B. Berry, to Smallbridge V. Rev. J R. Brown, to Helland, near Bodmin R. Rev. H. H. Duke, to Brixton Deverill, Salisbury R. Rev. W. S. Escott, to Crewkerne. R«v. C. Lowe, to Holy Trinity, Bol ton-le- Moors V. Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    by Mr. Kent to the late Mr. Davis of Horningsham for that pur- pose, who procured a man from Brixton Deverill, of the name of WOliam Daphney. The King and General Goldsworthy had frequent conversations with the Sheperd, with whose Subscribers-only content

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    Barker Hemsworth to the Perpetual Curacy of Thompson, in the county of Norfolk.- The Rev. W. T. Harte, to Brixton Deverill, Wilts. - The Rev. - Heathcoat to the Curacy of St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford.- The Rev. Thomas Frederic Subscribers-only content

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    St. Nicholas's Cbapel, Whitehaven, to the Rectory of Moresby. Patron, the Earl of Lonsdale. The Rev. R. Meek, of Brixton Deverill, Wilts., to tbe Perpetual Curac. of Hill Deverill, the adjoining parish, void by the death of George Smith, clerk, Subscribers-only content

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    8.A., of 25, Canonbury Park, North, Loudon, in the 53rd year <.f his age. March 13, at the Rectory, Brixton Deverill, the Rev. Towniey Ward Dowding, M.A., Rector of Brixton Deveril, Wilts, and for 16 years Rector of Marlborough, aged Subscribers-only content

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    Vicarape of Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Patron, C. F. Abney Hastings, Esq., of Donnington Park. Rev. Townley Ward Dowdney, to Rectory of Brixton Deverill, near Warminster. Patron, the Bishop of Salisbury. Rev. T. Franklyn, to the District of St. John Baptist, South Leamington. Subscribers-only content

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    Sunday last, and who were cap- tured on Monday near a shepherd's hut, into which they had broken, at Brixton Deverill, and stolen six jackets and a hat, were on Thursday committed at the Petty Sessions for trial for the Subscribers-only content

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    White- church Canonicorum, Corset * J. S. Woodman M.A., to Bincome with Broadway, Dorset ; tt! T. Harte, to Brixton Deverill, Wilts; E. d! Wood, to W r est Lulworth-cum-Burton, Dorset- and G. H. Conner, 8.A., to Saint Mary. Ware- Subscribers-only content

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    lads who escaped from the Wilts Re- formatory have been captured in a plantation on the WUtehire Downs, near Brixton Deverill, by Mr. C. Coles and a few other farmers, who for eight miles went in pursuit of the runaways. Subscribers-only content

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    for March, price sixpence, contains a Memoir and beautiful Portrait of the Rev. Mr. Barnes M V Rector of Brixton Deverill, Wiltshire, Chaplain to the Right Hon' the Countess Dowager of Chichester, &c. The following Portraits have already appeared, of Subscribers-only content

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    „_.. EASONS for ATTACHMENT and CON- FORMITY to the CHURCH of ENGLAND. By the Rev. ROBERT MEEK, Rector of Brixton Deverill, Wilts. 2d edition, revised, corrected, and enlarged, bs. boards. London : J. Hatcbard and Son, 187, Piccadilly. . T1 Subscribers-only content

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    FORMITY tothe CHURCH of ENGLAND. 2d edition enlarged considerably, 12m0., ss. boards. By the Rev. ROBERT MEEK, Rector of Brixton Deverill, Wilts. By the same Author, 1. The Churclnof England, a Faithful Witness against the Errors and Corruption of tbe Subscribers-only content

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    RLASONS for ATTACHMENT and CON- FORMITY to the C HCRCH of ENGLAND. By the Rev ROBERT MEEK, Rector of Brixton Deverill, Wilts. Second Edi- tion, enlarged. ss. lioards. By the same Author, The Church of England a Faithful Witness against Subscribers-only content

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    REASONS for ATTACHMENT and CON- ' I'ORMITY to the CHURCH of ENGLAND. By the Uev ROBERT MEEK, Rector of Brixton Deverill, Wilts. Second Edi. tion, enlarged. ss. hoards. By the same Author, The Church of England a Faithful Witness against Subscribers-only content

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    EPISTLES, appointed for that Season. Composed for the Closet and a Family. By the Key ROBERT MEEK. Rector of Brixton Deverill. Wilts. " No greater praise can be bestowed on Mr. Meek's work than saying that it answers its description Subscribers-only content

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