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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF GUARDIANS. - The election of itGuardians for this 'Union. will involve contests in thiee parishes. At Northl and Middle Littleton the candidates heare Messrs. J. Ballard and NV. Tidsey ; at South Littleton, al Messrs. MW. Gibbs and J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .Major Gibbs. at Snrtk I Littleton, polled 22 votes, and Mr. Joh Wheeler 19; while 1 ,at North and Middle Littleton, Mr. Willim Lidsev, witjs 28. suppbrtere, beat his' oppnent, Mr. JohnBallardby 6 votes. . ' ST. JoHrN AMBULANC- SOETY.-A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Great and Little Hampton Sedgberrow I'larvington Sheriff's Lencr Uro Leneah scirns Abbott's Lcnch Sosrth Littleton Netherton Wichhamford North and Middle Littleton With additionul List of Voters. FECKENHAM POLLING DISTRICT. Feckerhraom Ilrriberrow Stock ardl Bradley Withr additional list of Voters. IIAGLEY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bretforton, Clhariton, Church Ifoneybourne. Oleevs Prior Croptborne, All Saints Evesham St. Ilawrrence Evesharn, Great andLfttle HlinponsL, Harrington, Nosth acd Middle Littleton, Norton aud Lonchclaeh, Offa12c- har.' .Sedgeberrow. SheliE Lonch, South Littleton, Wick- harnford Feckoharn, nntSIaid SSok and Blrsley Cao.enore, Fran'eley. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llandlirndod, Raduerlslhre, and Penywerna and iTobarris, Clhu, Salop, farmer. 11, D. MeCAio, Alvclay. Salop, farmer. G. AcDINTuoN, North and Middle Littleton, near Evesham, Worcestershire, licensed victulIler. T. C(ox, Nev; Street, Loddbsry, Iferefordshire, blacusmiltli and F. MsILLER, Moor Street, Brlerley Mill, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cow Honeybourne, John Coldicolt; Great and Little Hampton, Hfenry Byrd; Harvington, C, W. P'enney; Hinton-on-the.Oreen4 Clharlps Deakins; North and Middle Littleton, 'Tobn Ballard; Norton and Lenchwick, "Allan Huband; Offeubham, John Gibbs; Pebworth, W , Rimell; Rous Lnchn W. Gilbert; St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    overseers; 1I. Warmington, surveyor. Souih Littleton: .J. Morris and E. E dwards, overseers; T. Care- less, surveyor. North and Middle Littleton: WI. Ledsey and G. Hemming, overseerS; G. Hemnmine. surveyor. Offenhisam : J. Knight and John Smith, overseers; J. NV. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hathaway. Norton and Lenchwick: A. M. Wedlake and W. Gill. South Littleton: XV. Careless and C. Emms. North and Middle Littleton: G. HemminL and A Allchurcb. Offenham: .V. Brambier and TV. ''Pashler. Broadway: T. Bayliss and 'nr. Gill. Church flonevbourne: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EVESHAM DIVISION CONTEST. The second week of the political fight in South Worcesteishise was entered upon yesterday. The , two chief combatants heartily welcomed the thirty- six hours' respite, having daring last 1week addressed about thirty meetings each, besides Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a voter, and, replying in the negative, lie was refused a hearing. At another of the Gladstoriln meetings at Middle Littleton, a strong Tory quarter, the usual resolution in favour of Mr. impey was lost by a good majority. At Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was the principal speaker there. Mr. Jesse Collinge was at Pershore; Colonel Long and lMr. Hill Smnith were at Middle Littleton, Bret- forton, and dleeve Prior. Gladstonian meetings were held at Throckmorton, Astwood Bank, Shipston, Feckenham, Grafton ; and speeches Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _MLaren, leLP-, and Mr. Stewart Li IWalldac, NIP., at Astwood Bank, Mr. E. J. C. ! Ieloreton, M.P., at Middle Littleton; M~r. Bytes, in MYI.., and Captain Doullan, at Upton ; Mr of.a )Smith, M.P., at Packenliem; and lir. G.- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Badlesy, Offenhism, Btret- forlon Lower End, Jlretforton Upper End, Bretforton, Church floneybourne. Church lloneyhourne withl Poden, Poden, South Litl~toul, Middle Littleton, North Litt~Cton, Littleton, or some of them, in the county or Worcestert Bedlam otherwise Bick- morash Ledge. Bickmersh, Welford, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    year; patron, Mr. J. L. Phillip. The Rectory of Sanningwell, Berkshire, value 3501. a year; patron, Sir George Bowyer, Bart. The In- cumbency of South Littleton, with Middle Littleton, Wor- cestershire, value 2601. a year; patrons, Christ Church, Oxford. I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the junior curacy of Sedgefield, I Durham. The Rev. H. G. Faussett, to the incumbency of South Littleton and Middle Littleton, in the Vale of Evesham. The Rev. C. G. G. Gambier, to the curacy of Mavesyn Ridware, Staffordshire. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the curacy of Tolleshunt Knights, Essex. The Rev. H. G. Faucet., to the perpetual curacy of South and Middle Littleton, in the Vale of Evesham. The Rev. S. J. Heathcote, to the incumbency of Wiltoa near Taunton. The Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMPANY, No. 52, Parliament-street, London, S.VV.- County of Middlesex, parish of Harrow; county of Worcester, parishes of North Littleton, Middle Littleton, j Blockley, and Northwick ; county of Gloucester, parish of Chip- ; pmg Campden. No. 235. Lord Northwick's Drainage Subscribers-only content

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    promoted. Marton, county and diocese Chester : value, £00; patron, Mr. E. D. Davenport. South Littleton with North and Middle Littleton, county and diocese Worcester : value, £246 with resideuce ; patron, Dean and Chapter of Christ Church, Oxford ; Subscribers-only content

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    52, Parliament-street, London, S. W- County of Middlesex, parish of Harrow ; county of Worcester, parishes of North Littleton, Middle Littleton, Blockley, and Northwick ; county of Gloucester, parish of Chip- ping Campden. No. 238. Lord Northwick's Drainage Improve- ment. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Black- jburn; Barnard Castle, Durham; Canterbury, Holy Cross ; Littlebury, near Saffron Waldea ; Llantrisaint | near Pontypridd ; Middle Littleton, near Evesham ; Nor- ! wich St. Michael-at-Thorn ; St. Florence, near Tenby • | Thetford, St. Peter ; Subscribers-only content

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