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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and another. d FurnsaLoL Or EA&L oF RADnoE.-The funeral of ae the late Earl of Radnor took place yesterday in Britford of curchyard, near Salisbury. of AsN UJ.NsWLoOMe Vrsroa.-At Kennington, yester- i'8 day, a runaway horse dashed through a window Subscribers-only content

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    Rowland, the owner of leccomotive engine, was summoned for allowing it to remain on the highway In the pariah of Britford. The summons was issued under the Highway Act, at the instance of Viscount Folkestone, who was very desirous that Subscribers-only content

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    enquiry for which W35 fifk, St the extreme prices of last week. Oats and barley scarce, and made late rates. BRITFORD CORN MARKET, Saturda9y. - Oar co m arket was pretty well supplied with wheat. The dem3ndreu ule a healthy, Subscribers-only content

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    the Asliautee war of 1878-74, for e wbich lie received a sncidal. The Conntess of Radnor wns unostentatiously buried at Britford, near Salisbury, yestorday morning. The coffin, which was of peoliseled coak, bore oi a brass plate tihe simsleo et Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Francis Jervoise Ellis Jervoise, late of Herriard Pnrk, Southampton, andl of The Moat, britford, WXilts ; per3onalty uinder £90,000. The testator devises the Herriard and Britford estates to the use of his eldest soe, for life, wvith remainder to Subscribers-only content

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    eealer, &ehtel o tal Street. 3B ITrGllAbln far hotel or ttliekiee nuioter. Gatoedraltrie1sin |ABNpOtiisio paur 2cal erale.-AiPply hireis o antCo,, Britford 55,, ] , nml nihth ini a rea brrd or f lure cit an . ,5 o llear~.-Appl htatms Subscribers-only content

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    in Upper Norwood Cemetery, where Mrs. Moffat was buried a fees years ago. A great sheep fair was held at Britford, Wilts, on Mon- (lday. Over 100,000 animals were penned, and prices gene- rally ranged high. The Thakore Sahib of Subscribers-only content

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    there were seventeen competitors. and after a cood fight, the four prizes were awarded respectively to -Mr J. (Y. Attwater, Britford, Salisbury Sir G. 11. Greville Smyts, Clifton, Bristol,; Mr. H. L. Sheldon, Shipton-on-Stour; and MIr. J. Garne. Mr. T. Subscribers-only content

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    throughout ruled dull. The trans- actions generally exhibited a decline of fally 2s, per head on the prices realised at Britford last fair woelr. The Home Secretary has sanctioned the appointment of Mr. A. 0. Macorellan, M.D,, F.R.C.S., as surgeon Subscribers-only content

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    IGLNCTONRo~w.-Contfortuile Recsidensce, with toleasanrt garsiem, -I Remit £36- Aplpy, Thoamisi mod Barlridlge, 28, Waterinoc k Its' heth tatoirlmsarl-SlperorAhbartmenti CoList.- K Britford Villa, School 1,oaoh, near Velrmiatine teoai. c225J K INC'S Nortou.-Coumistabtilu Ansituetnets to Let. Tesras ko umla Nrate.-Apmsla' 2,. htona Subscribers-only content

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    and Mr. Morris, by Mr. J. Harrison, Preston, and Mr. W. Curtis, Faring. don, respectively; and Mr. J. G. Attwater, Britford. Salisbury. sold " Redwing " for 30gs. to Mr. Jay. The bidding then became more spirited. The reserve animal Subscribers-only content

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    ; the' W fit ILttbion In t, H al fi ';the George Inn , Hudders - fil the Sunt Inn, Britford, antl the Commer~lJ ecier, Devibury, Plans of the Eitate may be6 seen -I 'I aI I I1 Ii a Subscribers-only content

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    to 71,00i; those tirat were in 'usoi condrlition aversiged from 2s. tn Ss. per head dearer tban at the last Britford lair, but inferior soirtssold at verylow prices ; nvarly all tie shrebp and lambssof everv descripdtion were disposed of Subscribers-only content

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    rec Etionnandcsale of all desacriptoanod goods. Pcompt~jlymcnte. (3 IN 1OUTHd, ACCOUTAN':fT arid AUDITrOR?, U ~S. East-parade, leads, and' Bcitonnia-bosildongs, Ma[rket-alceat, Britford. 19,l1321 a 1AjIR, THOMfAS iFATKI1' (late with the BiCdoiA-- ,LYJIBRID8,E OoAr, AND Leorw COMrANY, O5IEST~NRII-0L0) 1'1BLIC ACCOUtNTAIOT HOIJSE and Subscribers-only content

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    17ckhield, bailiff WV. Savory, Hlastim15, aulleitor 3. H. Jones, Highwos-rii, tailo and outfitter' 3. G. IMiles. foriniely~ Bultord, farwer-, now Britford, no otttPatS5 3. Mathilss, Burflon, stone Malon J. Nicholas. Tenby, late irnutesperj H. Owens, Miilfordi, eshiiwsight Ud. A. Corner, Subscribers-only content

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    foreign languaese, a 6ituation a As A fiElt, or other impoeLint positioa in a 1lsippieg house, Addi-eh Bos 72, Post-o'ffice. Britford. lia rib OW~aNERS dAtGE ggTS of ESTATq e.-Advertiser desires af . - L engagemnent as UNDJ2 t.-DSTil^BT fARD, or Subscribers-only content

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    the a~bove branches, send have a personafl ll ledge at the buyers. Address, in confidence, to 11 Diec wx-off 1 Britford. H rayeis 0 61ANTUD, an experienced TRAVELR, irn the Metal Trade.1 a Appbeants to stats in what beanicho the Subscribers-only content

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    to Southampton, and thence by a, straight line in a due south-easterly direction to the boundary between the parishes of Britford and Milford in the River Avon, and thence in a north-westerly direction along the contra of the last-mentioned river Subscribers-only content

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    Winwirk. I flythe isho of ipenRevs Joh Barr~na .A., to Mean- By te B'ha of ahibur.-Rca. . H H.Bollsire. to Britford; JohnGrifin, o Miton in he prishof illingham; G. H. N. L.Tb., to RN.owlny to St. Johnsb e~ed iil~ barn.'iRolyR Subscribers-only content

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    PLAYVEW S HO ;5L7_IS' E00 Y1D S.Er W'C:5; TOB-AUCC.9 SiTd byaDJ To:,ac.orti3' i: l-z. and ".-oz. Pg4-t.z* bttrtn% , eiote Lb.l with thep. Trac:!t Mark 'NOTTr-,';:rts CAST'...." 2h dcd from the best growths or isrgi L, :a nais vod Subscribers-only content

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