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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and almost immediately fire was opened upon the defend- ing army from t he batteries at Heasledown Wood and West Langdon, as well as some place a little further to the east. The guns at' Archer's Court and Piteliam replied, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the special idea for to-day was that the enemy advanced on Whitfield by the Sandwich, Old Roman, and West Langdon roads, avoiding the Guston-Dover and Deal-Dover roads, as this ground is commanded by the heavy guns of the fortress Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grace by tle Doan and Chapter of Canterbary, has been conferred on the RpV. J. S. Sparrow, vicar of West Langdon and West Cliffe, niear Dover. We auderstanil that the costs of the prosecution alone in I the case of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William Stephen Ffreuch, rector of Cowlam. Rev. Edward William Green, rector of Avington. Hanut. Rar. Walter Hamilton, vicar of West Langdon, Kent. Rev. William Ware Harries, rector of Coity, Glamorgan- shire. Rev. Jos. Harris, rector of Sheepy with Ratoliffe Culey, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Rev. C. H. Wilkie, M .A.: Curate-in-Charge of Edburton, rem- near Hurstrierpoint, Sussex. Ad. Rev.V. S. Vickers; Curate of Waldershare with Whit- ingofield and West Langdon. was Rev. A. W. Younge; Perpetual Curate of St. Luke, Mary- labone.-Guardian. I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. J. J. Sergeantson, M.A., to St. Michael's V., Lichfield. Rev. John J. H. S. Sparrow, M.A , to West Langdon P.C. Rev. James Taylor, to Bamberbridge, Preston, P.C. Rev. Frederick Theobald, M.A.. ... Drayton P.C. Rev. Johu Turubull, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    115 0 Cory, James 9 2 33 ... 5 0 Cory, John, Canworthy Water... 13 8... 50 Daniel, William, West Langdon 95 115 ... 70 0 Dennis, William 258 026 ... 105 0 Evans, William 2 02. ... -15 Ferrett, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P.-'n. 11. Smith. LL.B., r. Egremont. Cumberland i c The Key. John J. H. S. Sparrow, M.A.. ». c. West Langdon. The Bey. James Taylor. p. .: Bamberbridge. Pre-ton. I . The Rev. Frederick Theobald. M.A.. i. Drayton. l Tbe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    field. The l:>v. n. Smith. LL.B., c. Egremont, Cumberland. The X.-v. John 3. 11. S. Sparrow, M.A. .p. c. West Langdon. The Key. -ian.es Taylor,;,, c. Jisinlierbridge, Preston. Tlie Key. Prederiek Theobald, M.A., *. Drayton. The Key. .1. Thompson, 8.A., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Vicarage of River, in Kent, to the Rev. E. G. Boys, M.A., Perpetual Curate of Gusto. l and West Langdon. near Dover. The Rev. W. L. Wigan, M.A., Curaie of Trotterslift'e, ha 9 been present. d to the Vicarage Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. Smith, to the curacy of Egremont, Cumberland. Rev. J. J. H. S. Sparrow, to the perpetual curacy of West Langdon. Rev. J. Tuylor, to the perpetual curacy cf Bamber- bridge, Prestou. Rev. F. Theobald, to the incumbency of Drayton. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rip.ey and Knaphul- Friday, Egley, Woking Station 11. Romney Marsh- Thursday, The Woolpack Inn 10 30 West Street- Tuesilay, West Langdon; Thursday," Adisham ■ Saturday, Kearsney, 11. * ~County Gentleman. International Health Exhibition, 1884.- The silver medal, the highest award Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Quorn, Quorn, 11; Vine, Dean-gate, 10.45. Harriers : Boxley, The Kennels, II ; Eastbourne, Excu.it, 11 ; West Street, West Langdon, IL The Queen sent a wreath to be placed on the grave of the late Percy Edmund Leopold Cust, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hatch Inn; Thursday, Bushy Crosa, Henlade, 11. V.C.H.- Wednesday, Newmarket ; Saturday, Lie wesog Lodge, 11. West Street- Tuesday, West Langdon ; Thursday, Reach Court ; Saturday, Ham, 11. Weymouth- Monday, Louthdo wn Farm ; Friday, Redgway HiU, 11.30. Whitehaven- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Barrows Green, 11 ; Pentie (Beagles), Cross Inn. Eglwyswrw, 11 ; Piyse's (Mr. Vaughan), Llewlli, 10.30 ; West Street, West Langdon, 11. The Duke and Duchess of Hamilton's infant daughter was christened yesterday afternoon at Berkeley Chapel, John-street, Berkeley-square. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vrfe ~ Mond *y* Shoreditch; Thursday, Dawes Green. V.C.H.- Wednesday, Liawm; Saturday, Henllaa. 11. West-street- Tuesday, Sholden ; Thursday, West Langdon ; Saturday, Pineham, 11. Wolverton's. Lord- Monday, Shillinjrstone Lodf_e. Iwerne : Wed- nesday, Thorney Down; Saturday, Canu Coimuou, Shaltes* Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hambledon Vale, Mr. Darvill's, Kimble, 11; North Norfolk, Cromer Hall, 11; Roracey Marsh, Hope Chapel, 10.30 : West Street, West Langdon, 11. The Marquis de Fortunato has been seriously ill, bnt ia now recovering. Earl Cadogan has left town to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    only two properties were submitted, but no business was done. The freehold manorial estate, hsmria___S_? m the parishes of West Langdon and sit^ {-£,£. .Z- prising farm-house, stabling, homestead, and several cot tages covering an area of 053 acres 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bradwell Sun, 11. Wells Subscription- Tuesday, Ererreech Park ; Friday, Coxley Pound, 11. West Street- Tuesday, Wingham ; Thursday, West Langdon ; Saturday, Widdington, near Ash, 10.30. Windermere- Monday, Newby Bridge ; Wednesday, Speel Bank, Oartmel ; Friday, Troatbeok, 10. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pourin" forth from the station and hurrying off in a westerly direction by the Old Sandwich, Old Roman, and West Langdon Roads. That portion of the attacking force which had been quartered in the town had to begin their day Subscribers-only content

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