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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Park; rector of Elmdon, Warwickshire- patron, Lieutenant F. G. Innes Lillingston, RN. Rev. Alfred Trask Pullen, B-A.; rector of Tintern Parva, Mfonmouthshire-patrons, Mr. Robert Hamilton Wil- lions and Mr. Henry Edward Burney. Rev. Edward F. Ventris, M.A., rector of St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clifton, Bristol, to be vicar of St. Luke's, .Xt..nghogam; patrons, the trustose Rev. Harold Bar- cliav Hennell, rector of Tintern Parva, and perpetza ureate of Chapel Hil', _Monmo..tUshire, to be rector of P Rhey, Wrotham, Kent; pation, Mr. W. G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alexander Acland t Hood, Bart. 1 Rev. J. W. Wayman; Rector of Groton, suffolk. Rev. John Williams; Rector of Tintern Parva, Mon- 0 mouthshire. Rev. Cornelius Witherby, M.A., Vicar of St. Simon's, 0 Bristol; Organising Secretary of S.P.G. for the Subscribers-only content

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    Sebastian V., Wokingham, Berks. Rev. T. C. B. Fletcher, to __Sor.hmiindh.ini and Hunston V. Rev. E. R. Godiey to Tintern Parva R., Monmouth. Rev. D. Hall, to Impington V. Rev. J. E. Hilliar-. to Cowley R. Rev. R. E. Lee, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lSth, at the Rectory House, Cnombte Somerset, in his B6th year, the Rev. E. Gardiner, M. A. Rett of Tintern Parva, Monmouthshire, - At Lambride-e Horn Somerset, in his 88th year, John Haygarth, M. I). F. R. S. At Maidenhead, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Whttb, It. N. , of Blackheath, to Catherine, daughter of the late Rev. John Mais, 8.D., Rector of Tintern Parva, Monmouthshire. On the 9th inst., at Nettleham, Lincolnshire, the Itev. A. W. Monkhouhe, Vicar of Barton, Cambs., to Mary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sole Charge of Spemall, Warwickshire Rev. J. Johnson, to Rudby V., near Yarm, Yorkshire Rev. J. F. Jones, to Tintern Parva R., Monmouthshire Rev. W. MacGregor, to Tamworth V. Riv. F. E. Ridgeway, to St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Glasgow Ribv. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leicestershire Rev G. R. Roberts, to Fulmodeston-with-Croxton R Norfolk Rev J. Rees, to Ystradowen Rev W. E. Rosedale, to Tintern Parva R Rev R. T.iinlinson, to Bruntingthorpe R, Leicester- shire Rev E. F. Forrest, to Pemberton V Hon and Rev Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Johnson, to Vicarage of Rudby, near Yarm, Yorkshire. Patron, Viscount Falkland. Rev. J. F. Jones, to Rectory ot Tintern Parva, Monmouthshire. Rev. W. MacGregor, Incumbent of St. Matthias', Liverpool, to Vicarage of Tam worth. Row,' w. j. Puiiock..to Cammm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. B. Fletcher, Mr. F. W. J. Caldwell, and Mr. R. G. Ra'per. Rev. Edward Richard Godiey, Rector of Tintern Parva, Mon- mouth-patrons, Mr. Robert Hamilton Williams and Mr. Henry Edward Burney. Rev. Decimus Storry Govctt, M.A., Chaplain to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Carlisle. Rev. I. R. Vernon, to Rectory of St. Andrie 'stWestQuaintoxhead). Somerset. Rev. Henry John Williams, to Rectory of Tintern Parva, Mon- mouthshire. Rev. Cornelius Witherby. Vicar of St. Simon's, Bristol, to be Organising Secretary of S.P.G. for Archdeac-ODry of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    actually lived in Blaynee, near wliere ihe Chartists rose ; not excused, because he was actually a housekeeper in Tintern Parva, his wile residing there. Alfred Whitehouse, of Monmouth, excused, being • town councillor. Beavor Williams, of Monmouth, farmer, excused, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    actually lived in Blaynee, uear where the Chartists rose ; not excused, because he was actually a housekeeper in Tintern Parva, his wife residing there. Alfred W hitehouse, of Monmouth, excused, being a town councillor. Beavor Williams, of Monmouth, farmer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    No em Ecclesus, Osgahorpe Astley, Dunsmore, Corby, BagmtoT &c, Chapel Hill, Aldbonrne, Randwick, __urcon_sC Sa__- wood Shreyrnton and Rollston. Tintern Parva, Lichrieid South Sydenham, rhurlestone, Plymstoek, Baeum. Luffing! cot, South Brent, Brixton (Devon), Mannmgtord Abbot. Newton Ferrers, Denoury, Revels. oke, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sophia, youncest daughter ot tbe late George Frank-, Esq, ot Chester. Bioot'T- Mais. - Oc the 22d inst, at Tintern Parva, Monmouth- . shire, by the Rev. George Eidout, Vicar of Newlanfl, Gloucester- shire, assisted by the Rev. K.C. Morton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. T. R. Capel, rector of Wareham, Dorsetshire, to Rebekah, third daughter of the Rev- John Mais, rector of Tintern Parva, Monmouthshire. Cox- Moodie.-- On the 29th Oct., at St. Mary's Church, Port Elizabeth, Cape of Good Hope, by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M.A.; chaplain of her Majesty's Prison, Hyde-road, Manchester. Rev. R _ Godley; perpetual curate of Chapel-hill, and vicar of Tintern Parva, Monmouthshire - patron, tne Duke of Beaufort. Rev. J. Goodwin, vicar of All Souls', Manches- ter ; vicar of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B.A; perpetual curate of Ystra- dowen - patron, the Bishop oi llandaff. Rev. XV. E. Rosedale. 8.A.; rector of Tintern Parva (by dispen- sation of the Archbishop of Canterbury)- patrons, "Mr. R. H. Williams and Mr. H. E Burney. Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rock Chapel, Rennington, Rev. Henry Miles 5 12 6 St. Mary's Church, Windermere, Rev.C. Clayton Lowndes 24 3 0 Tintern Parva, Monmouth, Rev. W. A. Voss 2 12 0 Egdean and Coates Churches, Rev. James Rutherford ... 410 0 Southwater Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The light that never was by sea or land, Tbe consecration and the poet's dream." His drawing of " Tintern Parva, on the Wye, Monmouthshire" (No. 41), and his sea-coast scenes in Sussex and Essex are greatly to be admired Subscribers-only content

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