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    by inde- pei6deut testimony. He says :-" I addressed three meetings in the borough, one at Shaftesbury, one at Compton Abbas, and one at Donhead, and found no sign of the vaunted reaction. The first meeting was the largest held, Subscribers-only content

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    the news to correct. The lot Division are now evacuating Fontmell, and I should cross them by or near Compton Abbas. More news or not. as events turn cut. SnArinsnuny, Thursday (9.30 anm.) Since may Istk telegram there has been Subscribers-only content

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    that a national scheme of education should be absolutely undenominatieqial -met with Unanimous approval. Thei- same thing occurred at Compton Abbas and at Donhead. The people wero entirely with us, and werd, i.i fact, rmost enthusiastic in the expression of Subscribers-only content

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    he became vicar of Mayfields, Staffordshire, a position which he held until 1866. He next accepted the rectory of Compton Abbas, Dorset, where he resided until 1871, when he became vicar of St. James's, BristoLi He was appointed vicar of Subscribers-only content

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    Cook, Garthleck, Stratherrack, Inverness-shire Mr. Bs Rev: D: Travers, Acton, Cheshire Dr. Al RevB R' A Baton, Rector of Compton Abbas West, Dorcllester Mr. S. Be. EMj 'tall, Incumbeit of Idle, near Bradford Mr. N4 Rev, .3 C.' Vfstie Christ's Subscribers-only content

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    Drum- erea and Peortadowna respectively, for the benefit of the roar of the parish of Druntoree The Rectory of Compton Abbas, Dorset, has become vacant by the death of the Rev. W. S. Hadley, which took place on the 9,L Subscribers-only content

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    value 2801., with residence. Rev. Benjamin Staples Trapaud Smith, to Lower Gnyting Curacy, Gloucestershire. Rev. William Christopher Templer, to Compton Abbas Curcy, Dorset. Rev. P. C. West, to Winfrith Newburgh with WestLul- worth Curacy, Dorset. VACANYc. CURAOY.-Sudbury, Suffolk, diocese Ely, Subscribers-only content

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    cottonspinners, Oct. 16 Cross J. , Betton, near Shrewsbury, farmer, Oct, 16 Hastie J., Moulsey, Oct. 24 Hunt F., Compton Abbas, Dorsetshire, Oct. 16 Pike H., Lowestoft, grocer, Oct. 13 ,„. n. .„ Rawlinson Charlotte P., Sloane-sq., Chelsea, milliner, Oct. Subscribers-only content

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    R., Norfolk Rev. S-ii.uel Pcurose Dowuiug, 8.A., to Sutton Waldron R . Dorset Rev. Percival Hart Dyke, M.A.. to Compton Abbas R. Dorset Rev. Ishiu-iel Fish, M.A.. to Hut tons Atnbo V. D -' vonei Rev. J. Gahbett, to Paghatn Subscribers-only content

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    A strike has just occurred among the agricultural labourers of Dorset. About twenty men have left their work at Compton Abbas and Fontmell Magna. The demand is for 15a. and 16a. per week as wagea, and proportionate rates for piece-work. Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. F. V. Mather, St. Paul's Clifton, chaplain tn Lord Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol; liev. V curate of Compton Abbas; Rev. G.A.Pole, cur, combe Regis and Kadipule; Rev. J. Beeee, curate of Ha 4 worth Woodhouse; Rev. J. Swainson, Subscribers-only content

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    It is pretty certain, however, that ;.-__. ground abont a diagonal line drawn from Amesbury on the northeast to Compton Abbas on the south-west includes seme importat positions, I for the possession of which there must be contests, and that Subscribers-only content

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    Vicarage of Skendleby, Lincolnshire, on the presentation of Lord Willoughby d'Eresby. The Rev. William Saraler Hadley, M.A., Curate of Compton Abbas, Dorset, to the living of Isle Brewers, Somerset, vacant by tbe death of the Rev. J. Michel. The Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    to Rectory of Sutton Waldron Dorset. Patron H. G. Sturt, Esq , M.P. ltcv. IVrcival Hart Dyke.to Rectory of Compton Abbas, Dorset Patron, Sir R. G. Glyn, Bart. J.e> . ir-Uiilllcl J-lSli, IU »JL-HrHfe Ul nUUUEE AEIOO. Rev. J. Gabbett. Subscribers-only content

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    of Sutton Waldron, Dorset ; patron, H. G, Sturt, Esq., M P -Rev. Percival Hart Dyke, M.A., rector of Compton Abbas, Dorset; patron, Sir R. G. Glyn, Bart.- Rev. Ishmael Fish, M.A- vicar of Buttons Ambo. -Rev. Canon Hey, M.A, Subscribers-only content

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    .ots, I~*H E ADVOWSG.N'S in I'EE of b TORIES of TOLLARD R=OY\f, ir>t! Wilts, with Tollard Fart-ham, Dorsetshire; Me Compton Abbas, and Fontmell, alsoin the County 01 „ with Glebe Land, md cxctdlent , Par ;.>;... . '.'. country. Particular, Subscribers-only content

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    at One o'clock, m sundry Lot?, rVlHli capital and very improveable FREEHOLD ,»-,. c ? ,1AN0,1S of MBLBURY ABBAS, COMPTON ABBAS, with TWYFORD and WEST DItCH ARD, with the rights, royalties, and appurtenauCes thereto belonging, ad- san ageously. situated ... Subscribers-only content

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    14 T Mr. A- Hastic * -» c A Kite from Cowhrid^e 100 (t. B. Ilay, E.g. . 110 Compton Abbas, near Gen. James Moore, 3d Bridport, per Rev. G. sub 3 0 l» Weach 1 o 0 From HoJsoll Subscribers-only content

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    Westmorland), Meppershall (Herts and Beds.* Twyford Down (Southampton), Owslebury (Southamntr... .' Lurkenhope Common (Salop), Ash S3tKlZ2__ffli (Gloucester), Smallridge fcommon (DcJE. 121«2_ (Devon) Towednack (Cornwall), T^gS* #3S FtSWS uth rP*°2)' Compton Abbas (Dorset), ?D*£ ford (Southampton), Stourpaine and Ash (D^et), Whitley Subscribers-only content

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    A. Seatjn, to Colton Rectory, Staffordshire. The Rev. Richard Storks Eaton, to the Rectory of Compton Abbas alias West Compton, Dorset. The Rev. Joseph Brown, to the Rectory of Walton West, Pembroke. VICAKAOBS. The Rev. Francis William Rhodes, to the Subscribers-only content

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