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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    horse, best calculated to improve and per- letnte the breed-Joeepo. Casson, Middloton Lodge, Uphall, Mih~thgowshire. Stallions thoroughbred-1st, Robert George Luxton, Brushford, Wembworthy, Devon; 2nd, John Tremayne, Sydoilham House, Low Down, Dovor| THE GREAT EASTERN. Fniourn, Monday Morning. The Great Eastern Subscribers-only content

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    THE ROYAL AGRICLTIJRAL SOCIETY. PLYMOUTH MEETING. (Prom o'er Special Correspondent.) PLrvonra, Tuesday. The district which the Royal Agricultural Society now designs to benefit by the present meeting consists of Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, and Dorset. In neither of these counties Subscribers-only content

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    weightc.carsyilugtaters.-L, 111Vdb- t51ld.l 2- Rt, N. Hooper, 5I-03:"'aanortM, Ceusbidge, tllsineexgs. tirle. ?jaze or Ocdig Oled in l1gl.-1. 'R G. Luxton, Brushford N\Vembwor-th Nr Devon. 2. G. 13. Battamns, 1(itwortby, Tavi,5toek, De~von. Filly or Gelding. forled in g12B.-I. Capt. r. Nichda Subscribers-only content

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    Turner Sproston, W. H. Baua, T. Bragg, Hutton, J. H. Bedford, Stimpson, Neck, Dr. Fletcher, B.. Hall, C. Williams, Niden, Brushford, Du, Heoop.r S. Parker Short, Solomon, Peen, Partridge. J. G. Bland, Weiss, A Maims, J. V. Solomon, NV. Williams, Subscribers-only content

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    but his appeal is made to tbe Christian sympathy of his parishioners. The Rev. C. St. B. Sydenham, rector of Brushford, Somerset, has presented to the Cathedral Libray of Wells three ancient illuminated MSS. viz. the Psalter, originally belonging to Subscribers-only content

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    the last Oxford examination, were awarded : - Senior : J. T. Woolcock, Devoran, Shakespeare's works. Junior : J. Luxton, Brushford, Sir Walter Scott's poems. PRIZE DAY AT NEWTON COLLEGE. The half-yearly gathering at Newton College, to which so many Subscribers-only content

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    line in substitution of par: Of their railway as authorised, commencing iv the parish of Wiveliscombe, Somerset, and terminating in Brushford, in the same county. Authority will likewise be sought to make four extensions at Barnstaple, where a smail portion Subscribers-only content

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    Wadebridge, Cornwall ; John Polgreen, St. Go'iuaiis, Cornwall. Juniors - Second Class Honours - E*riiest Charles Head, Bridgewater; John Luxton, Brushford, Weuitmortby ; Richard Quiller Moody, Liskeard ; William Hortuner, Morchard Bishop ; George Henry Osborne, F. 8., C °id Subscribers-only content

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    order of merit in England ; Juniors : (English) - Ernest Salmon, Bridgewater, bracketed 10th in Eng- land. John Luxton, Brushford, bracketed 17th in Eng- land. French, W. J. Johnson, Bridgewater, bracketed 18th in England. The Head Mister then proposed Subscribers-only content

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    Honours.- H. R. Chub, Montacute, Yeovil ; E. C. Head, Bridgwater ; W. J. Johnson, Cannington, Somerset ; J. Luxford, Brushford, Wembworthy ; W. Mortimer, Morchard, Bishop ; J. M. Odger. Lanner, Redruth ;J. Paine, Bide- ford ; E. Salmon, Subscribers-only content

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    Tenements Farm, Bedmont, near St. Albans, Herts ; adjudicated April Bth, 1872. Charles Saint Barbe, Sydenham, clerk in holy orders, Brushford, Somerset ; adjudicated 6th September, 1871. Thomas Digby Sullivan, formerly of Worthing, now of Fowey, Cornwall, commander in her Subscribers-only content

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    Bir- mingham. James Webber StapleshUl, builder, Fishponds, Gloucester. James Ellis, tobacconist, Kingston-on-HulL Charles Saint Barle, clerk in holy orders, Sydenham, Brushford, Somerset BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. Mortimer Bache Manried, house agent, Bala, Merioneth- shire. David Roberts, grocer, Tredegar, Monmouth. Frederick Wainwright, boiler Subscribers-only content

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    ....Dyke .'lo 45 Bromsgrove Monday Kingsnorton 1030 Friday The Woodrow io'so Brookside Monday Newmarket Hill 1030 Thursday....TeUcombeTye.. in'™ Dulverton Tuesday... ..Brushford 1030 „ „ Saturday ...Comer's Gate 10' so H. H., Rochester Monday Highnam Bridge JT' 0 „. fc » Subscribers-only content

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    mayor, town council, vicar, and other parishioners of the borough of Torrington. Mr. MOODY presented petitions from Yeovil, Weston- super-Mare, Brushford, Elworthy, Barwick, Beer-Crocombe, Monksilver, Hardingston, and Pendomer, in the county of ! Somerset, against the bill. Mr. PORTAL presented Subscribers-only content

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    Man- chester, haberdashers- -Sept. 28, at 9.30. Oswell, Jesse, Birmingham, licensed victualler- Pept. 21, at 11. Sydenham, Charles Saint Barbe, Brushford, Somerset, clerk in holy orders- Sept. 25, at 12. Webber. James, Fishponds, Gloucestershire, builder- Sept. 22, at 12. Young, Subscribers-only content

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    J ur.c 20, at 2. BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. June 10. Henry Dickenson, Redmond, Hertfordshire, fanner. June lb. Charles St. Barbe Sydenham, Brushford, Somersetshire, clerk in holy orders. (The bankruptcy Act, 1SC1 ; the Bankruptcy Act, 18G9.) June 6. Thomas Digby Sulivan. Subscribers-only content

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    l8 -' ° n and after Nov " 12, at Biake's, Great Y_r --■,_„ (Liquidations by Arrangement.) a .5' Sydenham, Brushford, Devonshire, clerk in holy Z^aV - 4tl > dl Y'dend of 2s. (making Bs. with those previous y SSft 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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    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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