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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUPERSEDED. T. Fitlgerald, Lawreace-Piontney-hilJ, City, mseresant BANKRUPTS. W. Wells, Brightwell, Berkshire, farmer. Solicitors, Messrs. Williams and Wbite, Liscoln's-inn. C. Ford, Regtent-street, linen-draper. Solicitor, Mr. Clarke, Warnford& court, Threginorton-street.' J. Aldersey, Liverpool, grocer. Solicitors, Messrs. Clarke and Co. Clhalepry-larle. J. Fletcher, Subscribers-only content

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    importers of French goods-B. and F. M. Briggs, Newington, next Sittingboerne, Kent, grocers-H. F. Baylis H. U. Colley, and B. Brightwell, Montagu street, Whitechapel, printing ink manufacturers; as far as regards H. F. Baylis and B. Brightwell-Mew and Hosgett, Newcastle.upoal.Tyne, Subscribers-only content

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    is nowassunsing dimensions ofamost important character." The case of another widow, similarly situated to Mrs Godwin, whose maiden name was Brightwell, has since been taken up by the Rev. Henry Newland, the vicar of Westbourne, in which parish the widow Subscribers-only content

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    Portrait of the Poet Laureate, price 21s., A CONCORDANCE TO THE ENTIRE WORKS OF ALFRED TENNYSON, D.C.L. BY D. BARRO-N BRIGHTWELL. Containing upwards of one hundred and twenty-five thousand references. London: E. MIOXON, SON, and CO. This day is published, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Interiors,' &c. Illustrated by the Author. W. Ridgway. -'A Concordance of the entire Works of Alfred Tennyson.' By D. Barren Brightwell. E- Moxon and Co.-' Autobidgraphy of a Small Boy.' By the Author of 'School Days at Saxonhurst.' Sampson Low.-' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    things at the hands of the excellent prelate, the rec. tory of Iiehopatoke, Haute (£600,), in 1807, and that of Brightwell, Barks (£700.), in 1819. The bishop's second daughter, Elizabeth, married, in 1802, the Hon. and Rev. Themes do Grey Subscribers-only content

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    were read from the Bishop of Oxford, Mr. Gla.- stone, Mr. Henley, and Sir John Pakington. 4- Mr. Hobley, of Brightwell, near Wallingford, Barks, rear a paper on "Night schools in agricultural villages,' which was followed by a long discussion, Subscribers-only content

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    l ick. _ Friday ...... 30 ...... Nassington Lodge- THE SOUTH OXFORDSHIRE HOU-NDS.-At Eleven. This day .... Miar. 26 ...... Brightwell. Thursday.... ,,, 29 ........ Holton Stone-pits. THE RADNORSHITRE HOUNDS.-At hr/Op-; I This day .... Mar. 26 ...... Gladestry Villa.,. Subscribers-only content

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    Thursday, Dec. 13, Elston ; Saturday, Dcc. 16, Hail Weston. TUE SoUTHT 0 ixoo)suisous; HoueONDs, cit ElevetLn-Tlhis day, Dec. 10, Brightwell: Friday, Dec. 14, Forest Ilill. Tem RUFFYORD HIOUINDS, at a qucartcr to ElCeve.-TuCsday, Dec. 11, Park 1all ; Thursday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    praItleoael armerhas a 'Vacancy for arespectale Youth, wbo will be trsated u lo of tho family. - Apply. A~lha, Willham Brightwell, Esq., lelmont College, Sbrewebury. o3520 TNTANT E) immmediately, & ldo44er.-Apply, Qastle pnd Frlcon Hv Hotel, Snow IIL. - 'c93 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Murray, Paymaster-sergeant Matthews, Sergeants Grundy, Singleton, Smith, Corporals Burton, Miarten, Raven, Drusmmers Murphy, Stewart, Thomas, Privates Allen, Brown, Bamaield, Baker, Brightwell, Cross, Cajoks, Cooley, Condron, E. Clarke, J, Clarke, Crawford, Deakin, YFeon, Farrell, Gimn, J. Garfoy, Greenfield, Healcy, lHoughton, Inaces, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to row oin Junce 20, for :£2,000, Early in January, Audsley ansi Perkins, Godwvin and Flyni (the Irish-American), I-Iardinc ami Brightwell, and Cobb ancld Gibson are to row races onc the Thames, N MieARIsEs . TRAINING NOTES.-Saturday morning Weas fresty, Subscribers-only content

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    Chancellor, etalIon (1872); by Exchequer-Savante ... Davis 300 a SCULLING MATCil.-In the sculling match from Putney to Mortlake, yesterday, between Brightwell and Smith, the former won very easily. A PACK Or HOUNDS CUT TO PIECBS.-A disastrous a accident happened to Subscribers-only content

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    CORRESPONDENCE. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letas intended for publication melst be acconipanied by the tname and address of the uHSr; not tecessatily f )1~s licotion, aut fosr the irafermntios of thc Aitor. When answers to quoriOe3 arc no4t gien Subscribers-only content

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    MATCH.-4ianlan anndTrilcket resunled practice yesterday. In the morning Tricoetbt went down tBatoBersesa Bridge; and gavo na start to his companion Brightwell of eight lengths. Going after hin he over. hauled and passed him. Xaalan had a similar trial with Perkin Subscribers-only content

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    and Miss Gittens a number of exceedingly fine )hotographs, and other pictures. Coloured prints, &cI have leen given by Mr' Brightwell aind myself. Miss Kearick has supplied a unnmer of terra-cotta plaques, sad other objects, hand-painted, admirable for school hiorpeses. Subscribers-only content

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    to the Art for Sehools Assoceation), i Aldermna R. Chamberlaiii, Mr. R.Tamgyes, Councillor R. F. lMaitineau, Mr. Bennett, acd Ixl. Brightwell, who had given i these pictures, as well as to Miss Kenrick and Di. Langford, . who had excited Subscribers-only content

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    amd others; to Shakespeare, by Ansough, Beckett, Mrs. Cowden Clarke, Mrs. Furness ; to Milte, by Cleveland; to Tennyson, by Brightwell; but we mist the Lreat Milton concordance by Prendergast, and the Greek Iliad concordance by the same industrious com Subscribers-only content

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    evening. In iSULLENG I sculling match for £30. a-side hetook place over thi Thames course, from 3utney to ort. to lake, yesterday afternoon,, the competitors being C, Mt Brightwell andl T. Gibson,. both -o£ 1'mtney,. Bcightwe'll W~~ui lYDfOM hrloga. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fir. F. P. Bretherton end lady, Mr. and Mrs. G. Bresrerton, Professor T. IV. Bridge and lady, Mr. D. Bar=on Brightwell, Mr,. and Mrs. 0. B. Bragg, Mr. and MrsI. H Burkley, Mr. and Mrs. J. Thnrkray Bunts, the IMises Subscribers-only content

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