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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GESNERAL Sax W. G. DAVY, C.B., and K.C.H., Senior Colonel- Commandant of the 60th Rifles, died last week, at Tracy Park, in Gioucestershire, in his seventy-eighth year. Ile was eldest son of Major Davy, private secretary of Warren Hastings, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with the working of railways. wvhi at ___.Thi Eo DEATH OF A CLEnGYMIAN.-Tile Rev. Charles Raikes hoi C.vDavy, of Tracy Park, Bath, died at the Albion Hotel, Wyn n, loucester, on Christmas morning. Hol was the son of Sir wht Subscribers-only content

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    of Manohester; and youngest daughter of the late Mr. Thoe, Wilkin- son, of Audenshaw. On the 25th inst., at Tracy Park. Gloucestershire, aged 77. General 49ir Wi, GABRERL DAvY, C.B., K.C.t.. Colonel of the 1st Battalion 60th Regimerit. Sanme day, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day, at Foxhill Bank, near Accrington, aged 8£, ELIZABET, t relirt of JAS. SIMPSON, Esq. c Same day, at Tracy Park, Glosscestershire. aged 77, General Sir n WILLTA GABRIELDAVY, C.B., X.C..,, Colonel of the let Battalion 60th Regiment. . Same Subscribers-only content

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    t e0 Lunatic Asylum.'d 24th, at Stockwell, Capt, John Goddard, formerlY of lie 55tb aged -73. Da 25th, at Tracy Park, Gloncestershire, General Sir Williamn Gabrt41 le C.B., K.C.H., Colsnel of the 1st Battalion 60ch Regt., aged 77f . ri Subscribers-only content

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