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    General Index, M, N, O, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    requested for Joseph, Presbyterian, and his house, Hopton, Derbyshire, licences requested for Richard, Presbyterian, and his house, Wetherock or Weathercock Hill, Worcestershire, licences requested for, licences to Stephen, Independent, licence requested for, licence to Thomas, warrant for pardon to Thomas, Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    prepraUionsU But Wild Dayral escacspd their fate, or he Was trained InsAlhdown Park, and gallopped on the oele- brated Weathercock Hill, which is aso dearto the conrsing frater- nity, and where the turf resembles a Turkey carpet in softnes. It Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    deciding course for the Oaks, Bdellilims raced away from Cent. per Cent., and in a long towelling course on Weathercock Hill hardly allowed the black to have a lool at the hare until tlpe brought it round for tier to Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    miles from Stir ivenham Station on tbe G. W.R., we have been on the turf of the Berkshire Downs. Weathercock Hill is on the right dimly visible, and our driver, pointing in a somewhat vague direction, says that there is Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    classic prizes ; and it may interest the believers in omens to kn iw that whilst strolling home from Weathercock Hill with Robert Peck after exercise one fine tn iruing the latter picked up a maty horse-shoe with uo fewer Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to those who never betray stable secrets or abuse well-tried confidence - l cannot resist giving the preference to Weathercock Hill and its sur- rounding downs of unrivalled turf which hive made Ashdown Park equally famous in racing as in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    A3hiowa country and its incomparable training ground., I was quite unprepared fur the sataratad^state of the Russley Downs and Weathercock Hill, but the few fine days last week soon made a wonderful change in the going. For the first time Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    its surrounding plantations from threatened destruction en Good Friday, owing to the long dry grass on the slope of Weathercock Hill immediately opposite having caught fire. Robert Peck, accompanied by Colonel Barlow, happened to be on the Compton Bottom side Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    that sweeps across the famous training and coursing ground of Ashdown Park, Russlcy. and Lam- bourne-can do lo en Weathercock Hill next Thursday, the anniversary of Lambourne races. This eld-established country meeting, which date 3 far back into the last Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    paddock from the high road, through the many chequered phases of his early life, to his memorable trial on Weathercock Hill, which overlooks Compton Bottom on one side and Ashdown Park on the other, which at that time afforded the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    though with unnecessary caution. "The fire discip- line of the Infantry was generally good, but in the attack on Weathercock Hill some companies which had scarcely fired at all were seen going through the motions witho_t firing, in order to Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    FURNITURE, and numer- ous other Effects, belonging to Mr. JOSIAH TIM MIS, at the Tan Yard, Alvecburch, and at Weathercock Hill, in the Parish of Alvechurch, Worcestershire. Particulars are given in Catalogues, which may be had at the Inns in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WORCESTER CITT COUNCIL At a meeting of tha Worcester City Counoil on Tnes- day, there were present the Mayor (Aid. Day), the Bheriff (Mr. G. H. Williamson), the Chamberain (Mr. Winwood), Aldermen Birbeett. Willis, Townshend, Knott, Airey, J. Stallard, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A TRUSTEE. At Hereford City Police-court, yesterday, John Farmer, farmer, Preston Wynne, near Hereford, was charged with appropriating £626, trust money, to his own use. Mr. E. L. Wailis prosecuted, and Mr. Frank James defended. This Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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