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    f Towt-lscomb or Forest harriers to-morrow, at Dock- | hill Kidge ; Thursday, at Haylbrd Kennel- at ten | The Brushford harriers on Wednesday, at Fro-rwell Cross; Friday, at Chilton Cross, Bampton-at half-oast nine. * ■ The York and Ainsty Subscribers-only content

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    hounds on Thursday, at Goglana r- tion; Saturday, at Hatherland Mill, Washheld-at past ten. „ k ,. ffl »'oii The Brushford harriers on Friday, at Kingsbromy Farm - at half-past ten. „ .-ouree; The Brighton harriers on Wednesday, at the Subscribers-only content

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    Bradford. William Cornish, Plymouth, builder- lst and final dividend ol Is., March 30, at Joll's, Devonport. Charles Sainte Bart>e Sydenham, Brushford, Somerset, clerk in holy orders-dividend of ls. fed., on and after March xi, at Follett's, Dulverton. ..... . . Subscribers-only content

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    The Aikton harriers wiU meet on Wednesday, at Thurs- by ; Friday, at Pow - at half-past eight. * The Brushford harriers on Friday, at Kingbrompton Farm - at ton. The South Wold harriers to-morrow, at Horsington MiU ; Thursday, Subscribers-only content

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    day, at Low Dunsford- at half-past ten. The United Pack on Thursday, at the Riddens Plantation - at nine. The Brushford harriers on Thursday, at Ringland, Kings- bromptou; Saturday, at Kingsbrompton village - at half- past nine. The F. B. Subscribers-only content

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    Bell - at half-past eleven. The Surrey stag-hounds to-morrow, at the Star, Hooley- lane ; Saturday, at Surbiton Hill. The Brushford harriers on Wednesday, at Morebath "Vil- lage ; Friday, at Three Gates - at half-past nine. The Borobridge harriers Subscribers-only content

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    hounds ou Thursday, at Osborn's Rush- at half-past ten. lhe Devon hounds on Friday, at Bradley - at eleven. The Brushford harriers on Wednesday, at Hollan - at ten. The F. B. hounds on Wednesday, at Roskeymer Wood. The Haydon Subscribers-only content

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    The York and Ainsty houuds to-morrow, at the Red House ; Saturday, at Shire's Bar - at half-past ten. The Brushford harriers on Wednesday, at Highercomb ; Friday, at Gulland - at ten. The Cheltenham staghounds on Wednesday, at Hawling Subscribers-only content

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    Denbigh- shire, publican, Jan. 19, at 2. PAYMENTS OP DIVIDENDS. (Liquidations by Arrangement.) (Bankruptcy Act, 1869.) C. St. B. Sydenham, Brushford, Somerset, clerk in holy orders- sth dividend of 10d., Jan. 6, and any subsequent day, at Haydon's, Bishopsgate-street Within, Subscribers-only content

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    .- «::•■ >>f H V II ichelmore. of a son. M :.l.i i: -On the 2<1 inst.. at Carnarvon Arms. Brushford, Dul- , •• • ;h. wile of Charles W. Nclder of a daughter (Dorothy Ann). - , ...\ _od Subscribers-only content

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    the I Earl of Strafford. Rev. W. M. Bentley, formerly vicar of i St. Cuthbert's, Thetford, Norfolk ; vicar of Brushford, i Devonshire- patron, the 3Rev. C. H. Luxtou. Rev. H. J. ; Bidder, 8.D., vicar of St. Giles's, Oxford Subscribers-only content

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    Village-at half-past ten. The York and Ainsty hounds to-morrow, at Skelton; Thursday, at Markington ; Saturday, at Mcl bourne. The Brushford harriers on Wednesday, at Kingsbrompton, Friday, at Kingsbrompton Farm-at ten. The 7th Hussars stag-hounds to-morrow, at Barking Ty t Subscribers-only content

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    Norton ; Saturday, Ackworth l/.J!tt, 11. Bjil'urst s, Mr.- Monday, Mariansleigh ; Wednesday. Monk- ofce)iuupton : Friday, Partridge Walls, neal- Brushford ; -sturdny. Colleton Mills, 11. le'iiie-liowlay, Diinby-on-Yore ; Wednesday. Borobridge tt*ti<«i Hiee-ia] leaves Bedaleat 9.30); Friday, Kiplin, IL ferkdiirt, Subscribers-only content

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    ; Friday, Ackworth Moor Top, 11. Bathurst's, Mr.- Monday, Chittlehamholt ; Tnesday, Inward - leigh ; Thursday, Partridge Walls, near Brushford ; Friday, Thelbridge Cross, 11. Bedale- Monday, Kirkby Fleetham Hall ; Wednesday, Busby Stoop ; Friday, Cowton Station, 11. Subscribers-only content

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    and of Mrs. lloialio • I .rant, of Harrow Lodge, Hauls. j. L.i -i HI'PMAN- On tho 22nd inst., at Brushford, Somerset, i > u.e Rev. C s.l. B. Sydenham, assisted by the Rev. 1., lionald- , .. L.i, ni. Subscribers-only content

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    miller, March 8 and April 15, at the Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle- upon-Tyne; solicitor, Mr. Charlton, Morpeth. Thomas Westren, of Brushford, Devonshire, maltster, March 1 and 27, al the Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter; so- licitor, Mr. John Stogdon, Exeter. Joseph Subscribers-only content

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    by the cession of the Key. G. Landon. - The Rev. J. C. D. Yule to the Perpetual Curacy of Brushford, void by the resignation of the Rev. R. S. Bryan. Eclipse of the Moon. - From a sermon by Subscribers-only content

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    College, Oxford, to the Vicarage of Abbot's Langley, Hertfordshire. Rev. John White Johns, M,A. Vicar of Coleridge, and Incumbent of Brushford, Devon, has been instituted to the Vicarage of Crowan in Cornwall, on the presentation of the Rev. Hender Molesworth Subscribers-only content

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    the late Colonel James Berkeley, R.M. On the 10th instant, utSampford Peverel, by the Rev. John Syden- ham, rector of Brushford, the Rev. Charles St. Barbe Sydenham, to Emily, daughter of the late Major Henry Bowyer Lane, Royal Artillery. On Subscribers-only content

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    LEWES, December 21. Melancholy Death.- The inhabitants of the town of Lewes have lately been thrown into a state of excitement by the melancholy death of a young married lady, the wife of Mr. Roberts, who has recently commenced Subscribers-only content

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