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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stephens has shown to our informant a letter from the clergyman of his parish (the Rev. Mr Trollope, of South Stoke, Henley), stating that " Stephens is not committed for any crime," and that his wife (who with his children Subscribers-only content

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    Parliament on Thursday. ANOTHER SECEDER FROX THE CHURaC.-The ' Sussex Express' states that the Rev. W. A. Weguelin, of South Stoke, has left, in consequence of the death of his father and his own ill-health. It is, however, now generally Subscribers-only content

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    Hampton Court for about a week, and then lived at a house which she had built at Penge, called South Stoke villa. She com- plained that very soon after the marriage lie was unkind to her, and did not treat Subscribers-only content

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    departneient of La Mlascie, France. S.kIIIIE, WILLIAM ltrsLvJes, Thaemes Ditton, Surrey, newspaper reporter. Josoet' HEAL, of tile Paclk-haors Inn, South Stoke, Somerset- shire, plasterer and beeF retailer. LIQIODUTIONS BY AIIRANGEMENT. DnkveD Dom)o, Roso anti Thistle, lligh Street, Tunstail, beer- hoasc.keeaprr Subscribers-only content

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    cellarmnan, who bas be,, missing since February 18. wvas on Monday found in a ia, at a brewery at South Stoke, near Bath. The vat, vliecb had not been in use for some years, was 35ft. deep. Herbert Frasnd, who Subscribers-only content

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    to fifteen months' imprisonment and expulsion from French territory. A curious case was investigated by the district coroner at South Stoke, near Grantham, on Wednesday. An: infant, six months old, named Martha Charles, was left by its mother asleep in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was held yesterday in the Parish Church, Tamworth, in memory of the Rey. . Francis Edward Havilaud, vikar of South Stoke, F Goring, near lleading, who died there on Thursday . evening. The late rev, gentleman, who was only twenty- Subscribers-only content

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    out the matter on the spot 'ibl. his diocesan officials. The Rev. Wmruams Aewownf, who writes from The fall, South Stoke, Bath, appears to have been one of these. As an old mangn his ninetieth year, he-says, his pulses beat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Oxford, on Wednesday, the Rev. D. H. Newman, B.A. (non-collegiate), was declared duly elected to be rector of South Stoke, in the county of Sussex, the patronage on this occasion having lapsed to the University under the provisions of Subscribers-only content

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    ,___________ Z-nZED. Hou-se-ParxourmaAd -m be good waitresszand tedemiua 23, alt found, and beer~' family small.- h1'_ i! Ta Hall1, South Stoke, near Batho QNTID. , oung Girl: -mal famaily,-Il, Avene Ed.. Erding-, W tt tor Brighton. first-classFemale Coolk.Alo ccatr-g private Subscribers-only content

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    Birmingham. 'flTNTED. ]Htuse-Parlcurmraid: most be good waitress and needle-wman;n £21. all found, s.ad beer; family small. res, B., TheNHail.1 South Stoke, near Bath, y~,TANED.yong irl smllfamlyD.Avenue Ed., Er~din 'WgANiTED, for Brighton, firsr-class. Female Cook. Also. 'V Kitceriomaed; able to take Subscribers-only content

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    Esq of Aldel!ffe Hail, near Lancaster. Same d y, at Walton chureh, by the Rev. H. Blaycds. vIar of South Stoke, Somerset, Wm. Edward Royds, Xoq- of Failings, near Roebdale, to Mary Ann. eldest daughter of the late Au. thoaly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Creeton, Hantitorpe, Morton, Scottlethorpe, Grinms- lBridp. 'k.at tisorpe, Elsthorpe, Edenhian. Swinstead, Swayfield, Corby, from rk of Stoke lRochford or South Stoke, North Stoke, Easton, North Tow; huga, Withiam, Coltersworth, 1-lawthorpe Bulby otherwise Balby rum An, Copy Hawthorpoe, Lobthorpe, rrlranha, Burton Subscribers-only content

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    a:, to Lower Baesingthorpe. North Witharn, Iitebtield, Ingolhsbsy, SII or Colaterworth. Boothby otherwisee Bootlhby Psgnell, Stoke tI Rtochford otherwise South Stoke. Esetstuf, INortli Stoke, B Wyvill, Great Ponton otherwise Gieat Paunton, Little I'on- tis ton otherwise Little Paunton, Stroxton, Harlaxtoir, Subscribers-only content

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    We-tby. Bassingthorpe-cum-Westby, Astle Lower Bassingtlsorpe, North Witham, Iditehiheld, Ingoldsby, town Colsterworth, Boothby otherwise Boothby Paignell, Stoke Al Rochford otherwise South Stoke, Eas9ton, North Stoke, and Wyvill. Great Pounton otherwise Great Paunton. Little Pen- said ton otherwise Little Pauntion, Strotton, Harlaxton, Subscribers-only content

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    GainsborosBu n- BLAYDe Rev. B, C., M A.-1st clase 1812; 2nd class 1813; scholar Ed ed 1814; Rector of South Stoke, Somersoethire. Gl nsd BSoDIREAoL Rev. CuARLaS, M.A.-1lt at the examination 1013; 11 to 2nd class 1814; prevented by ilness Subscribers-only content

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    of December ini the yearof our Lord 1850. 'RiCHIARD GARTfi. HfHEREAS, the REV.- HENRY BLAYDS, c elerk, rector of South Stoke, in the county of Somer- setand HENRY BIELWARD RAY,' of Hill-street, Berkeley- Iqdarie~'ir the county of Middlesex, Esquire, anid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AIARMITAGE. of N )Id Pambly HistS in th10 saitl count), of York;- and the ReverendN by H1ENRY BLAtYIS, Of South Stoke, in the county of lomer- ING sli se. Cer, bingreoS~i~eY iseestd under the previsions CRIJ ofI th c ase Subscribers-only content

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    or ofI crk Farniey Hail, in the said county of York and the Reverenod sit1 'Viil HENRY BLAYDS, of South Stoke, in the county of.Soener- den I Bet, Clerk, being reapectively interested under the provrision TChe Eof the Act passed Subscribers-only content

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    swo OlThe-Queean baa granted to Tolsn Blayds, Esq., of 0UI-OD Hall, and to Henry Bladys, Esq., clerk, vicar of South Stoke, in the county of Somerset, her Royal license and authority, that they aend their issue respectively may resume their Subscribers-only content

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