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    10th proxiimo. The personal activity displayed by Lord Alington in looking after the wants of the burned-out villagers of Sixpenny Handley will not be forgotten by the Dorset- shire peasantry. He superintended in person the arrangement for their temporary housing, Subscribers-only content

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    the autumn. The personal activity displayed by Lord Alington in looking after the wants of the burned-out villagers of Sixpenny Handley will not be forgotten by the Dorset- shire peasantry. He superintended in person the arrangements for their temporary houeing, Subscribers-only content

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    named Caroline Burden was found guilty of stealing a quantity of oak bask, the property of John Kendall, at Sixpenny Handley. This woman had earned for herself the unenviable reputation of being an old and incorrigible offender, for it appeared Subscribers-only content

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    was an audience of about 20,000, who received and applauded the diva with immense enthusiasm. The destructive fire at Sixpenny Handley, in Dorset, did damage tc the amount of £10,000 and made 200 villages destitute. Collections are being made in Subscribers-only content

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    the relief of the sufferers from the hurricane in Mauritius, ln response to the appeal of the vicar of Sixpenny Handley, Dorset, a village recently destroyed by fire, a sum of £500 haa been sent m cash, besides a quantity Subscribers-only content

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    the relief of the sufferers from the hurricane in Mauritius, ln response to the appeal of the vicar of Sixpenny Handley, Dorset, a village recently destroyed by fire, a sum of £500 has been sent in cash, besides a quantity Subscribers-only content

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    SPtCIAI * COMMISSION for B UCKS. AYLESBURY Patteson.) Thomas Blizzard, John Moody, Joseph Briant, John Crutch, William Hancock, Samuel Summerfield, Wm. Walker, Arthur Wright, Edmund Barton, rVm. BtUler, John Sarney, James Bar- ton, Robert Carey, John Daadridge, John East, Subscribers-only content

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    J. Williams. Trallwn, Glamor<*_i -iiiiv' publican- May 12. J Painter, Bandford, Dorsetshire i>iii ' V- May 12. W. Jciferyj, Sixpenny Handley, Dorsetshire ' bu* r_ April 10. G. D. Handy, Sunderland, .... v t- v, r'l V V ~ Guildford, Subscribers-only content

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    Post-office clerk-Jan. 10. J. W. Lambert, Lewisham, Kent, of no occupation- Jan. 10. S. F. Under- lay, late of Sixpenny Handley, near Wind or, surgeon- Jan. 25. S. E. Rosser, late of Dorset street, Fleet-street civil engineer- Jan. 9. D. Subscribers-only content

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    died, ami 23 recovereei, «o i that 10 remain. The Wimborne division gives us 12 fresh outbreaks, one at Sixpenny Handley, three it Aiatem Martell, three at AVitchampton, three at We.rt Parley, two at Wim borne, and one at Hamprestou. Subscribers-only content

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    \Vil3on Liverpool, leather dealer- August 26. E Evans and O Kvaas' Bangor, Carnarvonshire, win; dealers- August 31. T Warren' Sixpenny Handley, D ursetshire, cattle dealer- August 31 w' Mareham. Blandford Forum, Dorsetshire, irocer- -BRUst M W, H. Eaton, Milton Abbas, Subscribers-only content

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    Davies, Ysceifiog, Fliutshire, victualler, April 4, at 10. Henry Parry, Sain, Carnarvonshire, saddler, April 1, at 10. Ihomas Button, Sixpenny Handley, Dorsetshire, shopkeeper, March 28. at 3. > _- _~ • Edwin Bartholomew, Littlehampton, Sussex, bootmaker. March 27, at 11.. Subscribers-only content

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    St. Luke's, engineer- July H. VV. Johnson, late of Sittingboume, Kent, cabinetmaker July 15. 3. F. Lnderhay, late of Sixpenny Handley, near Windsor, surgeon -July 15. C. R. Rimer, Southampton, provision merchant July 15. G. C. Grime.s, South-street, Wandsworth, cigar Subscribers-only content

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    Destruction- of a Dorset Village -If has now been ascertained that the damage done at the recent fire at Sixpenny Handley will amount to £10,000. t\_U_s_™ been __ Under presidency of the vicai to collect the names of those burnt Subscribers-only content

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    and Mere, in the county of Wilts; Motcombe, Milton, Gillingham, Bouiton, Silton, Buckhorn, otherwise Buck born Weston, Shaftesbury, and Sixpenny Handley, in the County of Dorset ; Saint James, Saint Peter, andthe Holy Trinity in the Town and Borough of Subscribers-only content

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    the county of W : ilts ; Motcombe, Milton, Gillingham. Bourton, Siliod, Buckhori), otherwise Buckhom W eston, Shaftesbury, and Sixpenny Handley, in the County of Dorset ; Saint James, Saint Petei, and ti.e Holy Trinity in the Town and Borough Subscribers-only content

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    in the county of Wilts ; ° Motcombe, Milton, Gillingham, Bourton, Silton, Buckhorn, otherwise Buckhorn Weston, Shaftesbury, ' and Sixpenny Handley, in the County of Dotset ; Saint James, Saint Peter, andthe Holy Trinity in the Town and Borough ol Subscribers-only content

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    CHICHESTER, Saturday, August _.. Cnicar.sTF.K Cathedral.- On Sunday next (to-morrow).- Morning Sen ice, Turle in D. Communion, Wesley in _.- Evening Service, Gibbons in F - Anthem, " God is our hope," ( .eene. - Before the sermon, Hymn Subscribers-only content

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    _*_ DEATH OF MR. RICHARD OASTLER. This gentleman died on Thursday, at Harrogate, in the 73rd year of his age. He was well known in Yorkshire and Lancashire as the "Factory King." He was a man of a large Subscribers-only content

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    • M &SIC AND THE DRAMA. waders ai£_L£ " IE , Lva: "' Theatre.- Most of our wnienoe " ™,l 5* fcwo El?** B . °» c entitled " A Con- «temms'toti;ll f UUn? ,, a H >bornian making Subscribers-only content

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