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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to curacies as follows:-Rev. H. E. Sawyer, to St. John's, Dudley ; Rev. H. P. Wright, B. A., to Cleeve Prior; Rev. RB W. Baker, B.A., to St. Nicholas's, War- wick; Rev. J. W. Dance, to Holy Trinity, Old Hill; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. Wilson and W. P. Mellor (curates} and the following former cuates of the arih :-The Revds. B. Davis (Cleeve Prior), J. G. Crowd (Winchester) T. H. Vines (Fiskerton), G. Swinden (Defford), N. §helmerdine (Great Comber- ton), -H. Bennett (Pirton), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . .. Ditto 279 55 221 Chesterton.. .... Ditto 1,030 65 834 Church Eaton .. .Church 329 34 181 Cleeve Prior ... ..National 129 148 106 Cradley .. .... Ditto 1,165 210 1,092 Croxton .. ... Ditto 191 - 163 Subscribers-only content

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    COON, daughter of the (ate GEOsRE Colo, of Streetfields Homse, inthis county. No cords. On the 17th inet., at Cleeve Prior. Worcesterohire, (by the Rev. John Rohert Lunn, B.D., uear of M~tarton-cum-Grafton. Yorkshire, and late Fellow of St. .fohn's College. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ton Beath iat a quartor-piast Blerten). The WOODNOiITON (Due d'Aunuale's) HARnrErut, at a qua;tVr- past Bl6cvt.-Tuesday, March 16, at Cleeve Prior; Friday, M3arch 19, at BiShauapton IMr. Wi3lett'i). The WoRsMTrensHrlt. HoUhnS, at a guarter to Elceen.- This day, March 16, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a certain Ann Bates, which the respondents alleged took place at Cleeve Prior, and to Support which copies of baptismal regis- ters were produced. Cleeve Prior, it was argued for the respon- dents, was the legal settlement of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    office where the employmet vould be light and where he could Board with the Famlly.-Apply, T. B. T. ol., Cleeve Prior, Evesham. c1I ' Rtespectable y Mnsg Han seeks an ENGAGEMEGNT a Clerk, A Grocers A esistant, or any light Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LU, ookkepe, quck arebusesan.Ago25. Good references. a SIUATON n Cerkor asherfora Youth, in anoffie whre te onptoyeet ouldha light, Cleeve Prior. Eveehamn. l ARleapectable, young Man secko artNAEET sO~k A 1.roeroaeletont, or ay light employment.Gdrerec. -Address, W. P., Fest Ofies, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Parlsh Church, Is. kle rrow (by tne 1lev. J. 1'ov.ett, curate). Thomras. eldest son of Jr. T. .Jnmes, Cleeve Prior. to AMary Anna, eldest daughterof Mr. 1. Reyrsoblis. saddler. Tenubiry. Munit.Y-Nnk L7e.-On the 25t-h bast.. at Holy Trinity Chureb. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Situation as Compositor. Has been V V used to nsews, bosk-wdrk, end jobbiing.-State hours and rage, to Alfred Tories. Cleeve Prior, Eveuhaus. _,__ c78Si -"TANTLD, a Sitistio as eBarmac. Well sup lix the busineeso V F'irsti-lss roferences.-44, Park Lane, Liverpool. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P. 4, Ibally P'ost,________ cIll PRINTEiRS.-Overseer Deoireso Re-engogemsent, News or Jolibing. Genuinse references soil testiniossioln.-State teruis to A. T.', Cleeve Prior. Esebamoae37it DRINTEIII.-Coinpositor (News) Desires R-lle-rng.90ment. Good P referosses.-Addreas, II. S. J., 74, High Street, Eveshias, -yRINTERS.-A good Jobbing Hland Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    01 LAM13M. SI 60 Ripe Pat 11rTFERS, antl OXEN. I Fresh Well-bred two-year-old OXEN, from Mr. IV. "' Roltoam. Cleeve Prior. 8 COWS and CALVES, BARRENS, do. 12GS, and other Stolck. 8alO ait 11 o'clock. 1161 " Alcester, Wornoickehsire, WEDNESDAY Subscribers-only content

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    by on eeorieneenl '5.Man.-Address, 429. Daily Post. cl779 lTOCrS, &.-Wanted, a Situation as Junior. Good references, -Apply, H. 'Iredwell, Cleeve Prior, Eveioham. c1637 G 'i ROUEIR'S Asshitant or to Solicit.-Wanted by energetic young A Man (251, total abetoirser, Situatiosn, fllghest'reference.-Ad. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Prance, and Gs;rrard) for the defendant.-The plaintiff blent two sums of money to a farmer named lCair, of the Cleeve Prior Farm, near Evesham, repayment being secured by hills of sale on the stock of that farm and of another Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Posit. c9539 S- n -1 ROCERS, &c.-W'autisd, Sitisostlit s Junior. Age 19. Gsool Go _ G referenees.-ApIly, H. Tredwell, Cleeve Prior, Elveslsam c 0 __ _vholeWala retail).-Situatioll Watted, as aluos oust- ( Y G dooor.Good refRrences.-Holtham, 45, .asen Street, Wor- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Joseph Smith, farmer, CMoero Prior; and Thomas Moron, labourer, Cleeve Prior, were charged at Evesham, yes- terdiay, with cruelly Dil-lreating a mare Ietween tho 2snt and 24tI July. The animaI in question belonged to Smith, and hail a habit of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her. ' , ' ' EVESHAM. * AATAL AcUeDEnNT.-Ulr. F. Moore, deputy-coroner, held an inquest at the King's Arms, Cleeve Prior, yesterday, oil the body of John Styles, a wagoner in the employ of Sir. Gergo Hemrnning,-The evidence sholved that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Taylor, over- seers; N. Cole, surveyor. Norton and Leuchwick: J. Stanton andl C Xandell, overseers,; 0. B. Bomford, surveyor. Cleeve Prior: J. Smithie and G. Hemming, overseers; J. Smithin, surveyor. Roes Lench : T, lHathawayand S. WPilson, overseers. Church Lench: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the year new valuation lists for the parish of A bbot's Lench, All Saints' and St. Lawrence ( -'vesham), Cleeve Prior, asn Bengeworthi, andthat the rAteablc value of the Union wvas now £100,006. against :£100,620. last year. The Clerk added Subscribers-only content

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    increase of 151 over the previous year. -Mr. Avorill nleded to the death of Mr. W. F. Holtome of Cleeve Prior, and after speaking in high terms of the deceased, moved a resolution expressing sympathy with Mrs. Holtom and family Subscribers-only content

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