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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cinurcit, and Darke, Red Lion-sqirare. J. Preston, Torquay, Devonshire, vnerchalrt. Attornies, Messrs. Darke, Cborch, and Darke, Red Lion-square. NY. Young, Brading, Isie of Wight, farmer, Attorney, Mr. Pownall, Staple-inn. T. H. Rudkin, Ctharlolte-street, Islington, maltster. Attorney, Mr. Tomes, Lincoln's-inn-fields. T. Subscribers-only content

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    Wootton-rnnder.Edge, Worcester*. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ottn-nerEde Part II. contains-Andever, Araolel, AIbtidge, Basingotoko, Bath*, Bland- ford Forum, Brading, Bridport, BTrstol*, Calne, Caaterburyt, Chard, Chiches- ter, Chippenharn, Christchurch (Rants), COrfe Castle, Deal, Devises, Dorchester, Dover*, Farnham, Faversham, Folkestone, Subscribers-only content

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    Shields, Northumberland, common brewer. [Holme and Co. New inn. R. Phelps, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, scrivener. [Church, Bedford row. J. Midlane, jun. Brading, Isle of Wight, ironmonger. [Fosters and Evans, John street, Bedford row. DIVIDENDS. September 16, T. and W. Styao, Greot Subscribers-only content

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    Norwvict, jeweller-5alYua 21, T. anrd W. H. Carl, Dew-bury, Yorks-ire, woollen moanitac. turers-February7, k.Tu.elao, Manchestersilcerotnihh-Ja . 21, J. Midlane, jun. Brading, isle of Wight, irniooeger-Jai. 2J, W. and J. Lash, Manchester, calico printers. CbE1r~lF1,ATrS-JANtARY 21. J. Butler, Walsalt, Staffordshire, irontaniger-11. Subscribers-only content

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    by the line being made to pass close to, in fact to abut upon, the commodionu and well-sheltered harbosr of Brading (dis- tant about four miles from Ryde and seven from Ventnor), in which at all times of tide there Subscribers-only content

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    G. Teil and B. It'1K. Ronald, Old Jowery chambers, East India mer- chants. [Hugles, Kearsey, asld .tasterman. T. B. Wavell, Brading, Isle of Wight, Il iats, milier. [Tnrndey, Lud- gate street. D. E. Colomrbine, Carlton chamsbers, Regent street, money scrivener Subscribers-only content

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    and Co, Frederick's place, Old Jewry. e, Fietciel, Great Winchester street, City. [Lawrence and Plews, Old Jewry, clambers. t. Brading, Shepherd and Shepherdeos walk, City road. [Ashley, High street, I Shoreditch. it. Grimbly, Banbury, Onfordshire, wine ald spirit merchaaet. [Tims Subscribers-only content

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    be taken from a couple of stanzas on Brading and Ryde-the one the least as the other has been the most " improved " of all places in the island. Round Brading, fields of golden promise lie, Rich plains and Subscribers-only content

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    ; L. Robarts, 36, boiler-maker, Holyhead; J. Latnont, 22, fireman, Jersey; C. Flemington, 29, fireman, Morton; G. Reeves, 22, fireman, Brading; C. Lang 44, fireman, Alverstoke; M. Fox, 36, fireman, Blarney; J. Fowler, 38, fireman, Old Ford; G. Harding, 26, Subscribers-only content

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    in 101. shares, and the route, which is twenty-one miles in length, is to be from Ryde to St Helen's,, Brading, Bembridge, San- down, Shanklin, Bonchurcb, Ventnor, and Newport. Last week Mr Wedderburn, the master of the South-Eastern Railway station Subscribers-only content

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    o'clock to Brading Church for interment. So deficient were all the arrangements, that but for the volunteer service of a small party of men belonging to the Isle of Wight Militia Artillery, who had come over to Brading from feelings Subscribers-only content

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    Heath was promoted by Mr Border the secretary to the Bishop of Winchester, against the Rev. Mr Ilea'ds,, Vicar of Brading, in the Isle of Wight. The issue involved was one of doctrine, and the case was to some extent Subscribers-only content

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    Grammar of Religion every Christian reads in the Sermon on the Mount, and the Rev. D. I. Heath, Vicar of Brading, rightly wishing to show that it was there, wrongly confused his exhortations on the path of duty addressed to Subscribers-only content

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    a charge of begging in the stutr tt adi5, police-constable Butler stated that while doing duty in plain Blothes, at Brading, he saw the prisoner solicit alms from several parties, caid tok him into custody. In defence the prisoner said Subscribers-only content

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    inst., at Riseholme rectory, Sirs Kaye, 84-On the 6th inst, at East. bourne, Mrs Brodie, 86-On the ist inst., at Brading, Mr Riddick, 84. On the 2nd inst., at Cliftor, ,rs Mr sajor, 98-On the 4th inst., at 8ydegl. bar, Subscribers-only content

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    Le Livere de Reis de Brittanie e le Livere de Reis de Engletere.' Edited by John Glover, M.A., Vicar of Brading, Isle of Wight. Formerly Librarian of Trinity College, Cambridge. To Chro- nicles and Memorials of the Middle Ages. Published Subscribers-only content

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    when writing on " The First Printing Press at Oxford." Mr. Nicholson gives an account of the Roman Villa near Brading, and there is a good review of Mr. James Gairdner's invaluable calendar of the State papers of the reign Subscribers-only content

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    [ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTISTS. THE WATER-COLOURS. NEXT to the remarkable works by Mr. WValter Langley and Mr. Wainwright, to which we have already alluded, the finest drawing in the North Room, which contains two hundred and twenty- three water-colours Subscribers-only content

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    military men." ErIscoPAL PROSEUrTION.-The Bishop of Winchester has directed proceedings to be instituted against the Rev. Durnbar Heath, vicar of Brading, Isle of Wight, for a volume of sermons published locally by him at Ryde. 'Under the provisions of the Subscribers-only content

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    curate of St. Paul's, Hrnightsbridge, and the Bishop of Winchester against the Rev. Dunbar Iadore Heath, M. A., vicar of Brading, Isle of Wight, who is charged with the publication of unsound doctrines, in contraveoltlon of the Articles of the Subscribers-only content

 

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