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    Appendix I, May 1661, 01 May 1661-31 May 1661

    thereof and a farm called Evelwich in the parish of Tiverton, and of 25 Brillaries of salt in Upperwich [Upper Wyche ] and Netherwich, in co. Worcester, and that petitioner hopes to prove that the reversion thereof is in the British History Online

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    - Wood, 20, Wood Street, Taunton. ei5346 I)E.NTiR.S.-Yourth (191 Desires Situation; four yeses in jobbing otfice. -Address, if. Edwards, Upper Wyche, Great Hafl- -D 2TadDebts Wanted to Collect; security given.-J.G. Xk ht,1,Cregoe Street,.37 -lT'tAT1Ot-fWantedas Porteror Vanmean; good driver; saka I)himessof Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    reception' rooms, four bed roams, bath room (fitted with hot and cold water): lawn.-Apply to M!. G., Homely Lodge, Upper Wyche, Mdalvern. c4100 H 1ALVElll((Wes'tL-To Let, for one or two nmentbs (Purnishedi, T r ecrtsou of -modern-built, Prmhonse; delgtful meighbour- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    rnnSkmadon.-Addlnm, $V Daily Lady (111 :a "OO0PBRESeeks Permaneacy,tdrrvorkt Good references. Big t 4-.years in lWast itusimO. - B. Smith, Upper Wyche, Great, Malverm. _ __ c 6 1 dOUIER ugleh}See aulbsdio ;saaFranch and Gemina; CoJk!=a onie t well e ter Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Chasi'n, CvwRossaind London. 5 COOPER Seeks Permanency, dry work. Good references. Eight yersm in last situation, - I. Smith, Upper Wyche, Great Stalvrn. 06K1 RAEY(Generall-Junior Wants Sitoation. Three years' experince.-Adres .IJ. Hill, Sbropshire Street. Market Irayton. cm61 BtAFFIRY.-Young Ladly ileeks, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    smells; good reference.-Address. 491. Daily Pest. c1419 D'lOPER (General).- Wanted, permanen Siteation;, eight C yvara in last place.-H. Smith. 'Upper Wyche, COltwaLl, Malvern. cl242. C(ORRBSPONEC DOveie Requrdbrai SotadI 'C.' Corsp et; aecreteryship or other permnnyivtd thoruhot m eralsperience.-Address, H.65, Daily Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    News; quick:4 C. en la.IcreBcH.IeetTrae eh 24285 0.OPEB (General). -Wainted, permantent Situation : eight4 % years inlast place.-E. Smith, Upper Wyche, Calwall Halve-nt. gC124 jfIORtRItSPOlDEINCE (evening) ReQuired by rapid Sotad %5J Correspondent:, secretaryship or ocheprmncyivtd thorough commercial expes-icnce.-AddrcesH 5 DiyFet Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    quirk C andclean.-George Buck, a5 Regent Terrace, Bath. c2428 CIOPElt (Gemeral).~Wanted, permanent Situation; eijght. years C inlast place-B. Smith, Upper Wyche, Colwell, MuA17ern. cn%5 CIORR ERPNreNCiEn (Clerksog equiredl b cas pid' Shorthand,&- EJ re reqponestedt applretroyi oothe erpersBMainghcy invtd: Dilthorough Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    charged with having a privy and drain injurious to the public health in connection with his property, at the Upper Wyche. on the 9th of August.- Mr. Checketts proved the ofTence. He stated that the premises in question were let Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    * A MAN AND BOY KILLED AT MALVERN WELLS. To-day James Beti-.elt, aged 52 years, a plate layer, of Upper Wyche, near Malvern, was repairing the line opposite the Great Western Railway station at Malvern Well s , when a Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    on account of his abuse to the constable. William South, of Colwall, for being drunk and disorderly at the Upper Wyche, on the 20th ult., was fined ss. and costs. Henry Williams, John Bellinger, John Smith, and Arthur Jakeman were Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    VISIT OF THE QUEEN TO THE GRAND CHARTREUSE. A Standard correspondent says that the Queen's visit on Saturday to the monastery of the Grande Chartreuse will be historical. So strict are the regula- tions forbidding the entranoe of any Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    HOP INTELLIGENCE Worcesteb, July 12. - The accounts we have received from the yards in this district state that the bine is looking remarkably well. Our market is not brisk, and prices remain si about our last quotation. There Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    VARIETIES Humility must be a very glorious thing, since pride itself puts it on. Pride must be something very deformed, since it dares not show itself naked, and is forced to appear in a mask. Wisdom is in the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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