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    William Sanday, Radeliffe- 1-Trent, Kottitigham ; J. J. Godv it, Troy Farm, Sosuerton, Banibury Charles Clarlke, Ashby- de-la-Launde. Lincoln; E. Baunton, Broadway, Dorches- ter ; }rancis 1. Brown, Comptori, Newbury, Berks; John C. Clayden. Radwinter, Saffron Wa'lden, Essex Joseph Beach, Subscribers-only content

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    Gloucester; 2nd, Robert Garne; 3rd, George Fletcher, Shipton Sollars, near Chleitepham.-11AMS OF ANY OTeR AGE Aax: 1st prize, Thomas Porter, Baunton, near Cirencester; 2nd, Robert Garne, Aldeworth; 3rd, George Fletcher, Shipton Sollars.-PrNe OFs FIVE SitEARLING Ewes: Ist prize, Thomas Walker, Subscribers-only content

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    place being held in the 'former class bh "Mr,. Watkins, of Oinbersley, and Jn the latter by lur. Porter, of Baunton. The class of non.Leicesteri ewees is particularly good.. The judges.tako honourable . notice. of seven out ot the ten Subscribers-only content

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    Mes-s-. T. C. S. Kynierslcy, Baunton, Goodrick, and D. Mealius. SnoraLIFTING IN DiGBTII,-Jo0b Faer-el( (15), 20 Court, BMoor Street, ironcaster, and William OMa4field (15), Moor Street, nail cutter, were charged with stealing four pairs of stockings, the property of Charles Subscribers-only content

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    A most brutal murder was commnitted near Wincauton, on Friday night. The perpetrator was Usiiil Baunton, a butcher, living at Bayford, and the victim Eliza Baunton, lis wife. On Friday thoy had been drinking together at the ililage public-house, and Subscribers-only content

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    a mattock. She was fonn guilty of manslaughter, and was sentenced to nine months' mapri- semient without hard labour. Uriah Baunton was on- Tuesday tried for the wilful murder of his wife, at Stoke 'T'rister, a village near Win- canton. Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. RACING( SELECTIONS. Though there was nothing particularly startling about the sport at Leicester this afternoon, it was well worth witnessing, and the after running of the snason will probably show that Billeston, the conqueror of Panasma, is Subscribers-only content

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    Jul . 1001, ait C0 ocloclc, at thle esaei place, 11vhe- tcli result of the Isoll wrill T~o declared. 'Mr. Baunton, with the coneent of his proposer and seconder. haso Fiers withdrawna. Thie poll wvill take plarp at the pliuse, Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING 1NEWs. RAOQ~G NOTES. There is everyvindication of sowne capital sport being Park meetinLthe doncluding afternoon of the Dunstal Park me ~~~~~my fancies are as under. :-Oxley Maiden Hu adla Raca, lODSwO;ry. lKingswsnford SteslekCnae,1O~ Bo BEL:Bewood Hurdle Race, ¶Vnayccauoy; Subscribers-only content

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    rate agreed to at a meetiing Ield onl the occurrence cf the socoi- dent. A mans, of the namne of Baunton, a few days sistce, died suddenly whisiht itt a boat with hits wifssan sisioos, Who were, getting eatid down Subscribers-only content

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    dut., X0. T'. Aesinti, issus ouivictoim ;csonnoendiii, T'oiaiss Six-.ols, Tovotmi J ohn Saiti, 'fad- r1 I"I~c cailtor - Vt'. A1li11s, Baunton ; and Tfoiwssn Alsplc3'ard, Bray-ton. 12 gei.on"t Ientrieso. I ocs-in' I Bee3tthree yeiir old nicricultutraI grliiag, LI3, Thomaislps-oil, ralla- Subscribers-only content

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    few ldays the seaenthes rui ih-weitorascoast of Dortet and Devon bes risen to an u iusecal height. At Lvtue Bridport, Baunton, Bradstock, Budicirh, S.lterWle, -en;d other places tlha water suddenly dashed, in Upr, the ibm.. rnth goeat violence, rising far Subscribers-only content

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    8Y GOVEBNES8 for young a 1dren to attend to her Wardrobes and-zsake her. Belt generally useful. Aaddess A. a, Post-offlee, Baunton, Drflteld. PDINDER08 Scholastie Agenoy, Woodhouse lane, Leads. Families so: ad schools supplied free slth efficent Malstera, Goerenesses, ac. Natu Subscribers-only content

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    on applying to Mr. JP. Mountain, St. Paul-streeO t: . John Franks, 10. Upper Foontaine-etreet; Mr. B. KuowlesTrafalgar street; Mtr. Baunton Lovell-rosd, North-street; Mr. Garlick, Dewbulry-road; Mr. kirtlan, Ilackman-lane. IT ASTERERS wanted, at the new eocei-detached villas, at tthe top Subscribers-only content

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    i , ]lomsuev Marsh, Devon, and other Long-woolled loa -!Mesirsn W- H. Fletcher, Manor, Shepton, Olleffe, 7talsoenhaot aud Thomas Porter, Baunton, Cirencester. itrioshire Dovnse.-Messrs. John Bryan, Southlev, Wit- rs, anOs; and W~illiam Jonas, Hayden Burr, Xoyston, isuoshitse.-2Ie55O5. John Coxon, Rreeford Subscribers-only content

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    Lincolns, arid Cotswolds-Chsarles hon is 'Clarke, Aehby de la Launde. Sle'iford ;Skelton Jefferson, rain 1. Preston Howe, Whitahaven; Ttronas Porter, Baunton, jad~ Dr Cirancester. Border Leicesters sad otter long-wools- thai 'i Ws. Ford, Fenton Barns, Dram, N.B. ; George flea, Subscribers-only content

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    tahe _astorate of Ilke.aton Congregational Church, which has heen vacant since the des art ure if the Rlev. J. HL Baunton, M.A.. for Vancnuvtr in -May. A tablet hlai been placed in Highfiold Corgregational Church. lCarlshtaton, Dexw-bury, to the memory Subscribers-only content

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    CURSING. MEETINGS TO COME. Club. Judge. Time of Meeting Clydesdale .................,, ..... Mr Watsoa ....1......... 18 Doddington Park . . Mr Hodgson . 21 Brough (near Catterick) Open ... Mr M'George. 21 & 28 Newesastle-on-Tyne ............. Mr Nightingale. a Subscribers-only content

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    Scatedal .................t.......... Seerwcell Lord Zetland's Yearlings. B f by Carbinter, out of Tib Tacket ....................... Jrea....... ihraa B f by Baunton, or Carbineer, out of Castastette ........r.... Herosa Mr. J. B. D)ay's Yearlings. F sister to Vigorous ....................... ................... Acie Subscribers-only content

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    J. M. Friend, Broughton, Stockbridge, and B F. P. Brown, Compton, Newbury ; Southdown, Messro. T. Clarke, Goedwood, and E. Baunton, Dorchester su Oxfordshire, Shropabire, and Kent or Romney Marsh, te Messrs. W. D. Little, Middleton, Bicester, and J. Noakes, Subscribers-only content

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