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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ox, hs been appre- hened 'y ie ritolpolceon hecharge of murerig IIA~GA~ET 3LAESby hroing her ColnelC. . Mars J.P.,of Burton Hill H-ouse, Malmesbuy wson Saturday elected the Conservative caniaefor Malmesbury. Mr. C. R. LULL, J. P.,I of Halcomabe House,. has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Unknown j W. Martin's llirt Mir. Rogers's Mayfly Mr1 CorbettaS Jacramor Mir. Cils's Shrlunk Mr. Lewis's Fainter Mir. Lloyd's Burton Hill. , Mr. Rtogers's Miss Reese Sir, Ciless Blusinessa lbs SOUuu HIERsE-OP.Dssn5IE HUNT STEEPLEonASE. About three msiles and a. furlong. Subscribers-only content

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    of Petrworth, £500 euch to Ins executors; such furniture and effects as she may seltct to Ethel King; his Burton Hill property :nd the remainder of his furniture to rho Rev. Francis Scoles. the Rev. James HEayes, and the liev. Subscribers-only content

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    states that' the Liberal candi- date for the vacancy caused' hy the death of Mr. Walter Powell wil' be Mr.' Miller, of Brentry, near Bristol, and that the Conservatiie' candidate will be Colonel Miles, of Burton Hill, Malmesbury. I i Subscribers-only content

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    ri Louth, Lincolushire. January 12tb, 1882. a _ . ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ti 0j MAL-NIESrSUnY.-Colonot (C. W. Miles, J.P., o 0 n Burton Hill. House, MIalmesbury, has been selected as the n Conservative ciiididaite for Mali-nesbury. Mr. 0. 1t. Lull, ti J.P., of Subscribers-only content

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    of thseseimmerlambs, other than rough, in hands of breecer, T. R. and F. C. Bownass ; 2,J. JAlsor- son, Burton Hill. Pea of three sheaeling ewes other then rsoa s, not fed for the butcher, I and12, M.L Akrigg, Garodes Subscribers-only content

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    10 soas out of the roes. Five furlongs. Mfr. Murphy's Kenedale, 5, 7 12 (0. Madden) .................1 Captain 'Forester's Burton Hill, 3, 6 11 (A. Hearne). 2 Sir J. B. Maple's Omnladina, 4, 8 2 (Galder) ........... 3 Also ran-Oteery, Subscribers-only content

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    Duke Street, Athv. ,, John Grey, Church View, Carrigtwohill, Co. Cork. Mrs. Golden, Celbridge, Co. Kildare. William B. Goggin, Burton Hill, Limerick. Miss Green, Convent of Mercy, Longford. Mrs. Green, Bishop's Wood, Portarlington. A. Godden, Copswood, Castletownroche, Co. Cork. Bella Subscribers-only content

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    Dublin. Gorman, James, Killeen, Philipstown. German, Kathleen E., Post Oflice. Ballymote. Grogan, MAlrs., Foxcroft Street. Portarlington. Goggin, William B., Burton Hill, Limerick. Gunning, Mrs., Ballywalter, County Down. Gallagher, Miss Maggie, 14, Kiln Street, Newry. Granneil, Mrs., 10, Marlboro' Street, Dublin. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    my- self as a partner of my brother's. I do business for him. I visited at Mr. Goggim's, at Burton Hill, on the 21st July. 1 went there, accompanied by a servant. I know the house of a man named Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T H E C H A S E. EHUNTID- G APPOINTMENTS. I{l r tef-;Yo-Tuesday, Hawthorne Hill; Friday, Farnhaaa Comaroa ; at hall-rlaS cleveax RLs hSclld's, Baroec-Monray, Astoa Clinton; Thursday, Meutmorc; at atcrcn. Albriglitor-Tuesday, C go ayHiandPool; Saturday, Norbtry Manor Subscribers-only content

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    H., Lon Col1ic Witney, Oxon, to Mary Jane, youngest daughter of th~ oft. tl late Mr. J. Hobbs, of Burton Hill, Malmesbury. animil May 29, at the Parish Church, Thame, by the Rev. E. tunat B. Corbett, Vicar, William, ohly Subscribers-only content

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    Close, . - - 4 1 3 LOT 8. ,Your Acres, - -. - ^ 6 39 LOT 9. 'Burton Hill, 7 0 S1 LOT 10. Hanging 1ill alid Mason Field, all late in the oc- copation ot Mrs. Ironmonger, Subscribers-only content

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    will be Mr. Millei, of Brentry, near Bristol, and that the Conservative candi- date will be Colonel Miles, of Burton Hill, Malmes- bury. IRELAND. In anticipation of further arrests of Land Leaguers, Miss Parnell writes to the Dublin papers that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the potato stalks at d resent, it is to feared that the disease will set in fast.- ,nd YEREMAO'G&ADY. Burton Hill, Meelick, county Clare, August 20.-Al- though the leaves and stalks are visibly tinged with the Ia disease, the potato Subscribers-only content

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    m_7 bo a.l. to bo ia yoar p'aoe ca Tue3__y 7.h Fooruary." Col C. W. Miles, J. P., of Burton Hill Hou?e. M_lme-- bary, at a meeting h II on S-Ucrday, was selected aa toe Conservative candid.- : for M.lmeaoary, Subscribers-only content

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    (including £112,303 per- joiiajty), the _____s_od value of the estate of the late Mr Chas. W. W. Daw_3, of Burton Hill, Petwortii, tho Ron__n Cathelic Church will in- herit ________ £30,000 and £90,000. I__ Padcrewski has been mobbed in the Subscribers-only content

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    afterooon total dark- ness set in, accompanied by heavy storms, oppres- sive heat, and boisterous winds. Two houses at Burton Hill, near Leeds, were damaged by lightning. A man taking refuge from the rain was completely disrobed and badly injured. Subscribers-only content

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    aftorooon total dam ness set in, aocompauied by heavy storms, oppres- sive heat, and boisterous winds. Two houses at Burton Hill, near Leeds, were damaged by lightning. A man taking refuge from the rain was completely disrobed and badly injured. Subscribers-only content

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    Sedbergh, black- smith, was charged with having on the lGth day of December las', assaulted Mr. John Alderson, of Burton Hill, in Dent. Mr. Smith appeared for complainant, and stated that been 8 and 9 o'clock on the evening ofthe Subscribers-only content

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