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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord Courtenay being one of the principals of the St Barnabas, confessional and all, and his brother, the vicar of Bovey, going the 'whole animal ' in this direction. In the liberal interest a spirited appeal was made by the Subscribers-only content

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    the road William Widger and Mr Bovey got into the fly, and drove to the Golden Lion. Mr Tucker, Mr Moffatt's agent, was there, and endeavoured to take Widger to the poll, but Tozer, Bovey, and others, prevented him. Widger Subscribers-only content

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    the Lignite Formation of Bovey Tracey, Devonshire. iBy William Pengelly, Y.R.S., F.G.S., &c., and the Rev. Oswald Heer, &c. Reprinted from the ' Philo- 'Isophical Transactions.' Taylor and Francis. The history of the Lignite of ]Bovey Tracey is not a Subscribers-only content

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    1. 13s. 6d. for expenses attending the conveying of a voter named Light from Bovey Tracey? "WITNESS: The man Light is a schoolmaster, living at Bovey, and Mr Haydon, who is a Liberal of Ashburton, came to Totnes in order Subscribers-only content

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    be a weapon much more trenchant in the hands of a Speacer than If passed Unde, other conditions. Speaking at Bovey Tracy, Devon, last evening, the Dluke of omerset referred in terms of the highest praise to the services of Subscribers-only content

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    *:r IETBUll~ES PREMISES. FTm ntte xc Ilent etals hea G P .nec R t 2.llt,4, (Sherry Street. iS ('~ nieS ccLetI cnenierflit ncatiOttit cith ligbt chopping- nod e o o trit tfladen. and With or without, oll)-jvoirr Stell ,!t' Subscribers-only content

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    SERVANIT9. C.('OACIHMAN, Studgroom, or private Trairncr (as).; good four-in- a, J nha ndiomo. - Apply., G. a Ewrds9, 1-frness Atakdr; Bovey. tracey. e906? Y C'OACHMAN.-Sltuation laetesl; middle-aged man; Gentle- '..J ian's faustly: thoroughly experiqeood.-Address, 4, TenbT Place. Clarence Road, iiarbocns. Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE.-Amm 23. THE BANKRUPTCY ACT 1883 RECEIVING, ORDERS. Wrrzzrs Aw)anasn 1'adihans, Iancashlracss Esmem, SEns'woar. Itarulny, aebne gnsdrapes, and beer retailer. doses Saxcicaeroe, Binrley, joiner and builder. WsrLs.usr JoN&A' RUE.s, County Road, Walton, lAtely residing at Grey lioed, Atutree, Subscribers-only content

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    is about the most perfect and best arranged we have ever seen. Here are all the raw china clays from Bovey, Poole, Tregony, with kaolin from St. Austell and Lee Moor. From this primitive state we can trace the material Subscribers-only content

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    there, and endeavoured to take Widger to the poll, but dozer, Bovey, and others prevented hins. Widger then walked towards the poll, with Tucker oil one side and Bovey on the other, and on coming opposite to Mr. H. Tozer's Subscribers-only content

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    J. Browning, Portamouth, Improvements in machines to be used in brewing. Dated November 28,1862. Weotwoyth Buller and Jabez H., Mugford, Bovey, Devonshide, oprevements in splr aupporting ringr for fixing plates, dlshes, nnd other likeox res e3In 2lo5t oven9 Dated Novmnibe? Subscribers-only content

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    supported the complaint, that there was a conspiracy among the men in Mr. Yates's employ. Mr. Langman defended.-A man, named Bovey, for neglecting the work of Mr. Wildsmitb, edge tool manu. facturer, was sept to prison for a month.-Wm. Heath, Subscribers-only content

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    J. (I) - Abington House, North. ampton. Northampton - 'Sibley, J. (4) - Abington House, North- amptou. Nort samptos - 'Bovey, H. T. (6) - Clovedon C.,Nortbampton. Northan pten - Leiis, G. T. (6) - Clevedon C,,Northlaupllon. Northampton - 'Moulton, Subscribers-only content

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    ~~O TPBLC NOTCES 0 P Ys-AME CFTPITD .NXTIOINAL4 PRO rNAM ~'E orI73:oF LNGLA-ND.I .Per-ol of who=o flit Comawn or Tnrler-1'5 ro~~ 7J~m.-n. - RiinrwZ.orrmtATn)o". Ablbot, PoeasO, nolllng jfIilj, ,je ~vazle. Gatce~hAd Jurlen gentieaniafI Abbott, MiM Emmia, andi AbbotlO5I9 Emiuy Subscribers-only content

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    within three metesg of the convenient shipping port of Wade- bridge, in Cornwall, and the second withicn three miles of Bovey Tlaccy Railway Stat ion, 'Devon, fe-em ahrses the ore can he con- veyed to the ports of Teigmoutoth or Subscribers-only content

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    wvithin three udles of the couverient shipging port of Wade. bridge, im Cornwvall, anml the second withism three miles of Bovey 'Tracey Raiway Station. Devon, firont where the ore cams be con- veyed to the ports of Teigumouth or Dartmouth, Subscribers-only content

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    10. Casneele Wood ; 1I, RmtocaIcy 12, Doney lay' : -18,. (tonitock : 14. llttrntwood (No. 2): 16,11, htigely; 17, Bovey hlay (No. 2) ; 1:, Chore Town (No. 21: 2,II, llronhtlillt; 21, NiTorton : 22, lBrowcitillie (No. 2): 23, Subscribers-only content

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    Walqs.-.To Let, F~uanllhesl or In N5Y. Apartrunerst, Plan Doislieog, sittriated Ill Its owei grosinda on the bsneka of the river Bovey (feosnsti for its samson ishsiegi, sand oen miile from railstiti station, eborebl, ransi iosot ethlde, etnitalailrk three larg reep Subscribers-only content

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    Thomas Ridley Bailey, trading as Larkin and Bailey, at Bhston, Staffordshire, phcysirlat frsad surgeOnS-adliN Bovey, Robert Blovey, and Arthur Colnwalhis Ponsoby traCing as J. and 1. Bovey and Co, at Newport, lsngmoatuds.liro, ship and invoice brokers, 8hipowners, ehips' husbands, and Subscribers-only content

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    CORRESPON IDEN CE. I NOZ'IOs To oOuctgspo'fligNtAn-.-A'.Itoters 7teneie: for bpustsicec~macbe aoxsspaieci by t.1e name and address of the writer; not csceosrird; fjor pesbl>atoba. for rce innormnote,' of thee Bi tor. ;it'en asmeo,-rs to sestwoa. are not xrteen i>v the Subscribers-only content

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