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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mary Klizabetn. e'.|*,t .laugh- tar of Joseph Langton, Esq , Abarcrouibv.gqu v- ••, Liverpool On Wednesday lest, at St Marys Church, Honetoy. York shire, by the Rev. C Draworidge, incumbent, .Mr Win t'oiu- ming, of Kirkham, spirit merchant, to Miss Subscribers-only content

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    bnne.thejoongest daughter oTtlM tato MrfjohnC Hutton? of Lancotto, oral titter of Mra. Jiayr^ On the 10th fastamy ot St Marys Church, Birkenhead, by tbe Bey. Andrew Knox, incumbent, Mr. Edward Glover ot' SmSr Terrace, to Margaret Macilla T third dangtaer Subscribers-only content

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    Elizabeth Bedells, youngest daughter of the late Samuel Bedells, of Bury St. Edmund's. On the 30th ult., at St. Mary's Church, Market Weston, Suffolk, by the Rev. Henry Lister, of Stirloe, Hunts, Honorary Canon of Chriatchurch, father of the bridegroom, Subscribers-only content

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    TJ J H F™ 0N - About ten o'clock on Saturday night, a destructive fire broke out in St Marys Church, South Hylton, of which the Rev W.CaU.s is vicar. The fire originated tnroughthe overheating of the warming apparatus, and Subscribers-only content

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    Carlile wero interred at Stockton amicLst every conceivable mark of respect. Prior to the cor- tego leaving St. Mary's Church a solemn Re- quiem Mass was said, the celebrant being the Vicar-General of the Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle, the Subscribers-only content

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    i, and about £6 was taken at the doors for admission. Diocesan Sunday.- Diocesan Sunday was observed at St Marys Church oh Sunday, the Rector preach- ing in the morning and the Yen. Archdeacon of Essex (Canon Stevens) in the Subscribers-only content

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    J. Smith, Mr. Tom Franoe to MisB Mary Ann Shaw, both of Golcar On the 26th ult, at St Marys Church. Honley, by the Rev. John Jones, M.A., vicar, Mr. Cliff Riley, of Marsh, Huddersfield, to Miss Mary Letitia Sohofield, Subscribers-only content

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    storm has not visited the locality since that of 2nd April, 1848. Pic-nig to Liverpool.- The choir of St Marys Church, Greenfield, had their annual outing on Saturday last, the place chosen this year being Liverpool. The esteemed vicar, the Subscribers-only content

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    n °u7,y Douglas ,LOttie ' K ' ermode - <>' N T orth-nuay: CoL'LTHAKD-CHADwu-K.-On the 18th June at St Marys Church, Kilburn. by the Rev John Robertson M ... vicar, assisted by the Rev Coulthard, M..V. Metropolitan Association Sec- retary. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be favourable The church is being beautifully decorated. Lonan Church. The Rev. E. Ferrier preached two sermons In St Marys Church, Castletown, on Sunday last in aid of the Malew street Mission Room Church Home Mission*-. _Thestatood gtaea window in Subscribers-only content

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    The fol- lowing is a list of the subscriptions which bave been re- ceived towards the re-r,,o_ng ot St Marys Church :- Oyster dealers of Douglas (names preserved at St Mary's), 1.10 283 d; Father Walsh. £25 ; Mr Lawson. Subscribers-only content

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    prioe would perhaps be got The members of St Marys Church choir had their annual pic-nic on Thursday. They drove lo Laxey where the day was spent. ST. MARY'S CHURCH CHOIR On Wednesday a pic-nio party from Douglas, numbering about Subscribers-only content

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    to Anno Margaret, eldest daughter of James Christian. Begoade, Onchan. B**«th t ChriBTiax.- On the 21st Febrnary. at St Marys Church, Bootle. Thomas Smith, to Cat herine Jane, eldest daughter of Wm. Christian, manner, both of Ramsey. DEATHS. CATN.-pn the Subscribers-only content

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    Fanny, elder daughter of the late Edward Hebole- thwaite, of Broom Grove, Sheffield. HAYWOOD-LOVERIDOB.-On the 12th inst, at St Marys Church, Acton, by the Rev. G. Bohun Coulcher, M A Walter Robert Haywood, to Taphenes, daughter of Robert Lovendge, Esq., Subscribers-only content

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    Hide, of h in :!.•• 1. 1 -:. " I-H .1 \Mi: 'IX. -On th. Oh inst.. at St Marys Church ' l.v tii. I." v )_ Jl. |; ;.,.,.; vi.-.t-r.fTiinii.-s I>:ttnn.' • . I: •-.; Wi.ii.triKir.nitii, ...rti'.-uf t!,f jiirish, Subscribers-only content

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    - Mar. Riddle, eldest daughter of J. P. Ri.idle, of • _„'-■>: "■!• •KI'I-1.l- -On tholGth ult.. at St Marys Church, ... : E'" Al.-x. Sri.lt, vicar of Patelev Bridge,, t :!:«-» « .1 thapiniiii. .•uialeiii. Large, Alexander ~. , Subscribers-only content

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    daughter of the late James Whiakin, Esq., of Upper Bedford- place. Holt- Viret.- On the 7th inst.. at St Marys Church, Bryan- ston-square, by the Rev. - Marsden, rector, Grange Owen, only son of Mr. G. Holt, of Chichester, to Subscribers-only content

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    l : kewi-,e accepted the trust of a sum of money towards the building of the tower of St Marys Church, Hornsev, Middlesex. Dr. Mackenzie's Complexion Soap is specially prepared as a beantifi.'r of the skin and complexion, an.l can Subscribers-only content

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    late William Bowles Lames, M.D., of C'astleniaityr, co. , r ork. BARNARD- SMITH.- On the Oth inst., at St Marys Church, ! DeUicr.. i,y tin Rev. W. C. Muriel. M.A., lector, a__ «ed by Uta ßev. A. E. Fowler, 1..A Subscribers-only content

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    dtL.is 12 0 0 Cli-.st Church, Bei- Ledge of lidelity.Tow- moudsey S 17 10 ce.tei.-__ 10 10 0 St. Mary's Church, Messrs. James and Bletcliiugiey 55 14 0 sl-akespier 10 10 0 St. John's Church, C.'jLOOe, E.q -0 10 0 Subscribers-only content

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