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    of Long Benton, Esq. Noltinghamshire-Frederick Robinson, of Widmaerpool, Esq. Oxfordshire-Joseph Wilson, of 2Nether Whorton, Esq. Rutlandshire-Thonas John Bryan, of Stoke Dry, Esq. Shropshire-William Tayleuar, of Buntingsdale, Esq. Somersetshi-re-Henry Powell Collins, of Hatch Beauchamp, Esq. Staffordshire-Hago Charles Meynell, of Hoar Cross, Subscribers-only content

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    such an insa- lubrious condition that the, Bishop of Peterhorough has deemed it advisable to take th' residence at Stoke Dry, lately occupied by Captain Bryan., Tlme Committee on Rahlway'Iates and Fares will to-day begin to hear evidence on the Subscribers-only content

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    a large collection Wivs made. u The Bishopi of Peterboroccglh cas been seiously ill at cis eu country residentc, Stoke Dry. On Mondey a, favourable , chacige taolk placs, and, caltcocigh his lordship is not out of danger, the wor-t Subscribers-only content

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    Bishop of PETERBOROUGH ]has had another relapse, and is under the care of Dr. WVALIKErt at his residence at Stoke Dry. s A Cabinet Council was held yesterday afternoon, at the PainmEUi's official residence, Downing Street, D all the Ministers, Subscribers-only content

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    Park, Leigletield otherwise Losfiold, or of eill. Leiglelield Forest, Belton, Ayston, Wardley. Beaumoret Clease, of' I ci or Upicingherni, Stoke Dry otheerwise Dry Stceke, Lydldiregtser, toaL uses, Thorpe-by-Water, Caldecot, or some of thter, all in the are nided counrty of Subscribers-only content

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    ONE S VACK in Beaumont Chase, two miles from Upping- lilard ham. Apply to Sir. CoNvERS PEiacH, residing at Stoke Dry. of t sads; N.il. The above stacks of superior oak bark were well har- Pra veral vested, as their Subscribers-only content

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    St Njareti s Stam- fdto El z?. Jare, aecord daughter of the late Rey. C~harte3 IL Swann, rector Gt Stoke Dry, Rutland. SnAw-EIirCItLto--F Sept. 2Stb, at fely Trinity chrrrch, llolmefirth, bythe 1ev. the Iicuwebeontl Mr Hugah ibraw, of Stalyhtnridge, to Subscribers-only content

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    ear. t-i of St. Paul's, Dorhing, to Emrma, eldest daughter of the late hov. Chas. H. Swann, Lector of Stoke Dry. Rutland. DAaTANct-AIN`Sxyr-Dec. 16th, at St. Margaret's church, D rhmqn Elt nry James. only euraiving eon of the ILte Wm. Subscribers-only content

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    playiug football with. 60omei 1ada'9n.the a x2roulld,~in. GtQeatlaothen.stzeet. TI Tr 13isilop OF PETEREoRouJGir.The Bishop of P'eterborough yesterday removed from Stoke Dry to the Episcopal Prilace at Peterborough,5 a, distance of. about, Lev.. twnt me. Hse Lordship, who was conveyed in Subscribers-only content

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    Tue Very Ycirrng, tire Donor of Bae'a-ri, icr-merIt- the out-ate of All Strife'. Stiarirford, has of 10-color tire living Stoke Dry, near Stanford. Veetenlar Dean Leasuig.. velic te tie son of tlm ut-gainer of Lincoln Cathedral intimated to also Marquis Subscribers-only content

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    one dioangagecl. 7 Irs Le tan. .Pidce'eaquafre, Harrooona. f-toOK.-Watn~tod, in o u oontnry rentary, 'oot Pl'ito Creak. Mxlg. -'Oonixpl~r. Stoke Dry lteenory. Uipphigco. ____ (CWfYM-Wonted. good 1I'LAN 0001Z; 3 ronide kepit 3 i -.'faaiiy. Apply Mrs. Geotrge Day, Weoldeolds, mirdeld. Subscribers-only content

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    Wilson, of Nether Wharton, Esq. Thomas Cobb, of Neithrop, Esq.; and Joln Reade, of Ipsden, Eaq. Rutlandshire-Thomas Bryan, of Stoke Dry, Esq.; Francis Stanhope, of Wissendine, Esq.; and Thomas Walker, of Lid. dington, Esq. Shropshire.r-illiam Tayleur, of Buntingsdale, Esq. ; Subscribers-only content

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    Benton, Esq. Nottinghanishire-Frederick Robinson, of M'idmerpool, Esq. e Oxfordshire-loseph Wilson, of Nether Whorton, Esq. r Rutlandshire-'Vhtomnas John Bryan, of Stoke Dry, Esq. Shropshire-William Tayleur, of Buntingsrdale, Esq. Somersetshire- Ienvy Powell Collins, of Hfatch Beaucharip, Esq. Staffordshire-HU11 Charles M~evnell, of Hoarcross, Subscribers-only content

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    lees favourable, ant that Etrength had slightly diminished. The Bishop of Peterborough is seriously ill at his country residence, Stoke Dry, Northamptoishire. On Sundaty his medical advisers (Dr. Walker and Dr. Duke) regarded hils condition as most critical. bult yest.eril;ay Subscribers-only content

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    coolk. Tllt; lBISIIttP OF PETEItBOlROUGt.-The Bishop of lieterboro ph swas removed on Thursdas iu an invalid car- i.,ie firolt Stoke Dry to the Palace at Peterborousig. The ittdatve is about twventy miles, antd his Lordship bore the joniticy isell. 'I'he Subscribers-only content

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    "', THEE REVISED OLD TESTAMIEfl, rse,The publication of the Revised Old Testament to| n. the retail booksellers commenced on Monday at mid-X o, night. The revision has occupied 1a years. Extra- slyordinary precautions have been taken against the n, Subscribers-only content

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    last week the Bishop ..f Peterborough's symptoms changed for the worse, peritonitis setting in. His lordship's medical attendant at Stoke Dry, I »,-. Duke, consequently sent for Dr. T. .1. Walker, of Peterborough, who, mi account of the urgency of Subscribers-only content

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    them sequestrators during the vacancy of the benefice. The Bishoji of Peterborough was removed to the Palace, Peterborough, from Stoke Dry on Thursday evening. He was found to have sustained the fatigue of the journey wonderfully well, though he is Subscribers-only content

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    Craig, Curate of St. Paul's, Dorking, to Emma, eldest daughter of the late Rev. C. H. Swann, Rector of Stoke Dry, Rutland. DIED. On the loth inst. , in his 86th year, the Rev. John James, D.D.^ Canon of Peterborough, Subscribers-only content

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    Bobbing, Kent : patron, the Re».G. Simpson, of Glovers. - The'Rev.C. H. Svrarin, of Fmraanuel college, tothe Rectory of Stoke Dry, Rutlandsuirc ; patron, the Marquis of Exeter. - The Rev. Edward Oust, M.A., of St. John's college, to the Subscribers-only content

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