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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    illness. THE RIGHT Rsv. DR SHARPLES, Roman Catholic Coadjutor Bisho of the Lancashire district, died on Sunday week at Great Eccleston. His disease was a gradual wasting away. His lordship was educated at Ushaw College, and was ordained at Rome, Subscribers-only content

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    am, Sir, your faithful servant, W. C. DOWDING, M.A., Oxon. (Author of ' The Life of George Calixtus') I.-(Copy.) Great Eccleston Parsonage, Garstang, Dec. 13, 1865. My Lord Arcbbishop,-I do not know the arrangements of "Church-Congress" Committees; and I trust, Subscribers-only content

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    . full. iand honest hearing. .;. -I am,.&e.g, . W.:C. DOWDING. Great Eceleston Parsonaget Garstang, Oct. 31, 1866. (Coy'r.) Great Eccleston Parsonage, Garstang, Oct. 22, 1866. My Lord Bishop,-You will' remember that when I was attempting some years ago, the Subscribers-only content

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    TURNER, MP, and Colonel WizsoN PATrTa, M.P,,havebeenaddressing meetingsof their conaitituents on matters agricultural-the one at Leigh, the other at Great Eccleston. Both spoke in favour of small agricultural societies in every district to supplement the large county ones, and both Subscribers-only content

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    suppose these modern Crusaders are coming here on a "stumping" expedition for the benefit of humanity in general. At Great Eccleston, in Lncashire, a Coroner's Jury, yesterday, returned a verdict of "Wilful I murder " against ROBnERT HODGSON, a man Subscribers-only content

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    Yesterday, an inquest was held at Great Eccleston, on the body of a woman named Varner, who was murdered on Monday night, by Robert Hodgeon-the illegitimate son ofithe deceased. Hodgson is about 50 years of age, and his mother resided Subscribers-only content

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    Lady Agnes Louise Catherine Clifford, late of 69, Onslow Gardens ; personalty £07,576.-Of Mr. Robert Harkinson Williams, late of Great Eccleston, Lancsshire; personalty :£2,474--The will of Mr. Frederick William de M~oleyns, late of Beaufort House, county Kerry, formerly M.P. for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IQ, at 1I, and April 42 at t3, at the Star irin. Lewes.-Att. Verral, Lerest Honry WVilkinaso, late of Great Eccleston, in rite county ol Lancaster. tanner, d. c. to sur. March 1t, at 5, IS at I1, at the Subscribers-only content

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    The Right Rev. Dr. Sharples, the Roman Catholic coadjutor bIshop of the Lancashire district, died on Sunday vreek at (Great Eccleston. His disease was a gradual wasting away' His Lordship was educated at Ushaw College, and wag ordained at Rome, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the tures and Golf of Alexico, by an uninterrupted channel for steam-host Bubjec iUhnavigation. ni too At the Mloss-aide, Great Eccleston, there is still name' ,a -areat part of a field of wheat to shear. Remarkable to ducted stood state, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    before the fire broke out. TA&RiNG OFT THE PROFITS. -A PunLIoAN FINED £50.-A publican, named William Halsall, living at Great Eccleston, a few mnles from Preston, was on Thursday brought before the magistrates, at Garstang, and charged wlthiomltting to record Subscribers-only content

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    Bennett, D.D., and the late Rev. Thomas Smith, t.A. He was in his seventy-eighth year, having been born at Great Eccleston, near Preston, Lancashire, in January, 1802. Mr. James Redmond Barry died last week at Glandore House, in the county Subscribers-only content

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    few years ago at a considerable cost. - SUIOIDE 01 A WESLEYAN MmIIuTsR.-An in- 1 qnest was hold at Great Eccleston, near Kirkham, on ¶uesday evening, relative to the death of James Gornall, a Wesleyan minister. The evidence showed that Subscribers-only content

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    to 812 have advanced to 9JI.-A~'eeieaa's .Jourzant. The other day, a cat belonging to Mr. William Par- kinson, yeoman, Great Eccleston, near Preston, pre- sented its owner wvith a flue eel in a somewvhat curious way. The cat walked deliberately Subscribers-only content

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    of another man, and which preyed upon the mind of deceased.- A cow, belonging to Mr. John Raby, farmer, Great Eccleston, had the misfortune to get her foot entangled in a thorn bush, which produced a compound fracture. The leg Subscribers-only content

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    Wednesday an inquest was held at Great Eccleston on the body of a woman named Garner, who was murdered on Monday night by Robert Hodgson, her illegitimate son. ~odgsonl is about 10 years of ego, and his mother resided in Subscribers-only content

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    H. D. Morgan1 rector of Tidmarsh. Patron, Mbr.t ! B. J. Hopkins. f Rev. C. Pakes, vicar of Copp, Great Eccleston. Patron, c Archdeacon Hornby. Rev. J. F. Vallings, M.A., sub-warden of St. Augustine's i College, Canterbury. t r Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    which still survive. Curious Propensity in a Cow. - About five weeks ago, Mr. Richard Hutchinson, veterinary surgeon, of Great Eccleston, was called upon to attend a cow belonging to Mr. James Cumpstey, tailor, of Rawcliffe, which was labouring under Subscribers-only content

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    Rawcliffe Hall; at the Office of Mr. B. F. ALLEN, Land Agent, Preston ; and Mr. ROBERT WAREING, Auctioneer, Great Eccleston. R. W. has great pleasure in recommending this Stock of Horses, Cattle, and Sheep, to the attention of Agri- Subscribers-only content

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    Wemyss also complain that Mr. Ciawfoed neglected to settle with them." Eably Fly-fishing.- Last week, Mr. James Rossall, of Great Eccleston, was fishing in the Wyre, with the fly, when he caught aud landed with a single hair a fine Subscribers-only content

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