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    owner, March 1, 11, April I, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Barber, Cbancery-lane. DIVIDENDS. April T. J. Gill, Bisley, Gloucestersliire, elothier.-March 15. J. Delaney, Liverpool, draper.-April 18. G. Tytlar, foundisditch, slopseller.-June 27. C. and N. Husey, New- gate-street, Subscribers-only content

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    there two more wretched-looking beings placed at the bar of justice. Mr JUSTICE stated the case. In the parish of Bisley, is a romantic valley, over which are scattered about four cottaes, interspered with trees and rardens. It lies in Subscribers-only content

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    year of his age.-Cor'r Reporter. BAPTIsM ExTRAoaDINAaty.-When Stroud was separated from Bisley and forned into a distinct chaperly in 1304, the inhabitants of Stroud, though the vicars of Bisley retained the tithes, were to pay the Chapliia, as he was Subscribers-only content

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    otanulOCtul es. [Abbott, Charlotte street, Bedford square. J. Radbone, Alcester, Warwickshire, broker, [Jones, Alcesrer. B. Paris, Ragland, Moun oitlishire, innkeeper. [Bisley, Pancras lane. J.fDenbigb, Bradford, York, vool merchant. [Walker, Furnival's J. B. Cillett, Apperley bridge, Eccleshill, York. [an n o Subscribers-only content

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    York~shiire. grocer. [11~1,wktnst id Co. .tew Booswell court. Z-'. Cleet, Learn orion Prism, WaroichshirOioa dcaler. [Lette, Bartlett'sbuildings. H. IV. D)antsell, Bisley, Glooeesterstsire, grocer. [Blover and Ce. Lincoln's in fields. [ekCo' orLn I. J. Evans, Peneyloddfa, Mtontgonearyshire, grocer. [Weeks, Cook's court, Subscribers-only content

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    Laurence Pounutey hill, mrerchant-July 20, WV. Ashibee,, Teubrislg, grocer-July 21, J. Piper, Bath, coal merclsant -July 20, H . Damsel], Bisley, Gloucestershie, grocr-Jaity 28, T. eand T. Williams, jun. Cheltenharn, auctioneers-July 27, J. Wiles, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucester- shire, builder-July 21, A. Subscribers-only content

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    mews, Grosvenor square, corn umerchant-J. Cotton, Manchester, spid,0 maker-'r. Holt, Bury, Lancashire, rope manufacturer-W. Jolley, Charing cross poulterer-H. W. Dansell, Bisley, Gloucestershire, grocer-IV. Ashbee, Toubtridg' Kent, grocer-G. D. Rose, Duke street, Smithfield, plumber-J. Riley, Mlount plare' Walwortls, Surrey, cheesenoongor-J. Porter, Subscribers-only content

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    J. Warmsington, Tottenham, Middlesex, farmer-Auguet 19, F. Rick etts and T. Jnmes, Moorgate street, City, merchants-August 22, H. W. Dansell, Bisley, Gloucestershire, grocer. CE R T I F I C A T E S to be granted, unless cause be Subscribers-only content

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    tube maunfactarers-J. W. Hughes and J. Hill, Gloucester, woollen drapers-R. TItcomb and F. J. ClemeRut, Highgate, biatchers. Bankrupt.-C. Harness arndE. Bisley, Aldermanbury, City, wareiousemen. [Van Sandau and CumiIng, King street, Cheapside.-W. B. Blaber, Little Bri- tain, City, plumber. [Canneo, Birchin Subscribers-only content

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    his year was "ICommon Sense.,, He was ordained in the year 1801, when he became curate of Cheb. ham and Bisley, Surrey. From 1803 to 1812 he held the post of vice-principal or tutor of his hall, at the same Subscribers-only content

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    . 3o, 1t. itedurnsye, ilulme, Lancaalrire, butcher-Dee. Ili, J., W., and G. Yeoung, Neatit, rilarnorganoshire, olillers -Dec. 17, WV. Rateliffe, Bisley, Glacesterobite, bakter-Dee. 0, F. H. P~k'aer, Bristol, wine merelrant -Nov. 30i, A. Mte-iregor, Liverpool, earn broker-Due. 2, D. B. Subscribers-only content

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    rectory, near Warrington. R. W. Mackay, Esq., 41 Harmilton terrace, N.W. John Browne, Esq., Elmwood. Rev. Geo. J. Wild, LL.D., Bisley rectory, Surrey. Samuel Courtauld, Esq., Gosfield hell, Essecx. Robert MiMller, REq. 6 Chester street, Edinburgh. And. Pritehard, REsq., 87 Subscribers-only content

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    near Warrinoton. R. W. Mackay. Esq., 41 Hamilton terrace, W. W. John Browne, Esq., Elmwood. Rev. Geo. J. Wild, LL.D., Bisley rectory, Surrey. Samuel Courtauld, Esq.. Goelield hail, Eissex, Robert Miller, REq . G Chester street, Edinburgh. And. Pritchard, REsq., Subscribers-only content

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    rectory, near W'arriug-ton. R. Wr. Macokay, Esq., 41 Ilamilton terrace, N.W. John Browns, REsq., Eimwood. lcv. Geo. J. W7ild, LL.B., Bisley rectory, Surrey. Samnuel Coulrtauldi, REsq., Gosfield hall, E~ssex. Rlobert Miller, Fsq. ti Chester street, Edinburgh. Anld. Pritchard, I'eq., S7 Subscribers-only content

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    F'ield at 12 o'clock. HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. As,aasn.1sr1O'e (at 10.45).-Thisi day, December 13, Fatshull. ATIIERSTON Y. (at 11)-Tishis slay, D~eeember 13, Bisley. BEsAutroic's, Dtru or. t' (at 11).-This slay, December 13, Worton. 13CSTEtRst (at 11)-l,1siS slay, December 13, Traiford Bridge. CisOO1nm Subscribers-only content

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    ls. 10%yd. in the pound ;_payablo January 28, at Mr. Astey's, 1, Stephen ,strect, Bristol. ALFRED WV. GUBBaIs, France Lynch, Bisley, Gloncestershire, haulier. Final dividend, 3s. 11 1-6d. in the pound; payable January 26, at the Official Receiver's, Gloucester. ALEXANDICR Subscribers-only content

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    N.&EA. had chosen Brookwood as the site of future meetings. Probably they might prefer to call their future ground " Bisley Common," and on the whole that name was the more appropriate of the two, besides which it had a Subscribers-only content

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    events, it is asserted on very good authority that the orders for the immediate removal of the association's plant to Bisley have been counter- manded, and that a special meeting of the council will be held in the course of Subscribers-only content

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    Fror aeasttt''!otUiOof t-lar hacoes of snmall AdveAL iemsnt Il paetiaeLritwaad belowv .2, flalk'acgatt re tih". y'ra'ai~d Vargac.. ane b aeSaatsj~a nutes in all caa-.. the1 Aaddeact as tcoititen -, 3"Words. on.ce) . ....- . 1" t7o 32 Worde. ones!.. Subscribers-only content

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    the flames. Both were removed to tho London Hospital, and it is expected' the woman's injuries win prove fatal On Bisley Commnon, the new Wimbledon, the work in connection with the National Rife Association's range has commenced in earnest, about Subscribers-only content

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