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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the prizes in the junior department to Fryer, Wall, Edney, Wilkinson, and Stead. PRItSTLY BiGOTzY.-We have received a letter from Bridestowe, confirming a report which we had before heard, that the Rev. Hinds Howell had refused to let the corpse Subscribers-only content

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    [Browne, Nottinghaena. J. Lowe, Lenton, lace maker. [blaptes, Nottingham. P. Harris, Leominster, cattle dealer. [Hotteran, and Co. Birmingham. J. Beayo, Bridestowe, tanner. [Terrell, Gray's-inn square. WV. Prythereb, Ty baunt, Anglesey, cattle dealer. [Oliver, Old dowry chambere. S. Williamson, Liverpool, joiner.' Subscribers-only content

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    Cadoxton, Glamor ganshire, grocer-August 22, G. GodsOn, Brailes, Walrvichshiro, farmer-Auj5,5,, 22, NV. H. Hyde, Nwceastle-under Lyme, Staffordshire, printer-August 17, Bevan, Bridestowe, Devon, tanner-August II, A. Harrison, Boo run Linaco,- near Liverpool, builder. C E R T I F I C Subscribers-only content

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    Hungerford market, fislhmonger-B. Yeates, Church street, Moansoetlr, draper-G. W. Dean, High street, Southwark, jeweller-J. Notting, Poole, Dcrors shire, currier-J. Bevan, Bridestowe. Devonshire, tanner-D. Simons, frowvbridge Wiltshire, general dealer-J. Vowles, Compton Bishop, Somersetshmre, teaele dealer-C. Hadenhurst, Birmingham, eating-house keeper-T. Blenkarn, Chancery Subscribers-only content

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    demy l2mo, cloth, CYERMONS, by the Rev. JOHN COLE, M.A. ) of St John's College, Cambridge; and Curate of Sourton, Bridestowe, Crediton, Devon. Plymouth: Roger Bidstone. Exeter: W. Clifford. Tartvs- took: G. Spencer. Callhigton: E. Philp. Cam bridge : lao- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Bridestowl and Sourton, Devon. By thze Rtev. ,Joux COLB, HlBA. of St John's Colleg~e, Cambridge, and Curate of Soacdos, Bridestowe, Devon. Plymouth: Roger lidstone. Exeter: W. Clifford. TIs toeh 0. Spencer. Catlisgtone E. Phily. Cnmbt&lpeM. uillan d Csd . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the general list." TO CORRESPONDENTS. The letter on G~ranite paveMent ca9e too late for notice. " W. G.," of Bridestowe. will feel, on consoideration, that the ssubject is not one for controversy which moigt carry the PuoStion beyond the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    22 and March 23, at 11, at Exeter. Sols., Pearce, Bodmin, and Stogdon, Exeter; off, assig., Hirtzel, Exeter. JOHN PEARD, Bridestowe, Devonshire, draper, Feb. 22 and March 23, at 11, at Exeter. Sol., Stogdon, Exeter; off. assig., Hirtzel, Exeter. JOSEPH Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be preeent.-Dailq/ Neses. Alf AWKWARD MISTAKE AT A WEDDING.-A few days ago a couple residing in the neighbourhood of Bridestowe, Dovon, weist to the panelsh cisurcl to he married. Thle bridegrooma, instead of taking his intended bride at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A 'lavistochk correspondent telegraphs. that at heavy land- slip occesreod onl Tue'sday nlight,10;1 user the Meden V~iaduct, between Okelhaipton eni Bridestowe, on the SZouth- Western Rlailway, where siorks care in progress for laying t second liiio of trails. The line Subscribers-only content

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    below the knee. Death e550 th A fatal accident has happened to the drivr f thG F i cart between Bridestowe and Launceston. 'hei 0 r1 whose name is Win. Creeper, left BridestoMEe earir ni Wednesday morning, and soon after Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the condition of the blind; A SICHOOLMASTELR CirAuRED WITHI MANSLAUCTUEIR, -At Lifton, Devon, yesterday, Jam6s H. Arbory incster of the Bridestowe elementary school, was remanded on, a r charge of manslaughter in connection with the death of a I boy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    just been released from a South-Western train, after i having been snowed up for twenty hours in a drift between Bridestowe and Okehacnptdon. Details have at last been received at Plymouth of the wrecks off the Start, and it is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    militaiy career by joining the mounted company of the 2nd Devon Volunteers, with which crpe he will camP .at at Bridestowe, one of the highest parts of Dartmoor. 'The Prince, who is not yet eighteen, only reurned to Devonport last Subscribers-only content

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    Lewes, butcher. - 14 T. Itidsdalo, iJUI,, Milton-next-Gravesend, ironmonger. 40 - 17 J. 13ealr:, CaIoXtoll, grocer. - 17 T. Bevain, Bridestowe, tanner. lV1 -21 1). Simous, Trowbrldgo, ironmonger. C 22 J. StoCkham, lristol. licensed victualler, . 22 G. Godson, Brailes, Subscribers-only content

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    2 5J. W. Wainwright, Bridgwater, buikler. - 5 J. P. Shapcott, Preston Plucknett,, vool dealer. u - 5 .1. Palmer, Bridestowe, maltster. S J. Courtis, Beeralstone, grocer. 5. G. F. Bloxam, Lukshland-grov-, horse dealer. b d- ~~ PARiTNERPSHiPS DL'iSOLVPD. . Subscribers-only content

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    fliing column, onsisting of infantry regiments of e the PFiynouth Gar-rion. en route to Okcehampton for s field firing, reached Bridestowe on Wednesday from r Roboriugh. a distance of asout 6ixt'en miles. Owing r to the heat over a hundred Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on his journey to Londoa. ALLEGED MANSLAUGHTER BY A SCHOOLMASTER. LoNDON, ToESDAY.-At Lifton, Devon, to-day, James H. Arbory, mraster of Bridestowe Elemen- tary Schoo], was remanded on a charge of man- slaughter in connection with the death of a boy Subscribers-only content

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    plough, &c.; wife tend poultry, help milk. keep house, &c. wages, 25 a week; journey money returned.-Write, Debeaham, Coogardie Farm, Bridestowe. Devonshire. 23297 W A-!NTED, Young Man to undertake Manage- I ment of a Spirit Grocery Business in small country Subscribers-only content

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    plough, &.; wife tend poultry, lhelp milk. keep house, &c.; wages, 25s a week; journey money returned.-Write, Debenham, OColgardie Farni, Bridestowe. Devonshire. 23297 WANTE3D, Head Loftrnen, to take charge of a large branch Finishing Works, with control of the hands; Subscribers-only content

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