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    columns the folloJwLmg extraordinary announcement, which his been circulated in Brigg during the past week :-*' For the benefit of Burringham Cliurcii.-To be raffled for, at half-past three o'clock, a pure bred Skye terrier dug, direct from the island; tweimy Subscribers-only content

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    aiawarden Castle, yesterday, it was stated that Ir. Gladstone's cold was better. He is receiving the medical attention of Dr. Burringham, of the village. To ensure against a repeti- tion of the cold, the ex-Premier has decided to remain in- Subscribers-only content

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    being supported by Major Bsech, M.P., and Colonel Eyre. i Mr. Heneage, MAP., and Mr. W. E. Mac-artney, Mae., are also rendering assistance. Mr. Reckitt, the Glad- I stonian Liberal candidate, held meetings at East Butter- wick and Burringham. t Subscribers-only content

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    LOCLSI CAL FITELLIGENCE. Tfl NEW BISHOP OF ST. ALBAN-S. Yesterday the Wells Theological College celebrated its' jubilee, the occasion being rendered additionally interest- Iingby the first public announceement of the appointment J i by Her Majesty of the Very Subscribers-only content

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    Aug. 16, Birminghem Eckersiey L,, Castleton, yanir agenit, Aug, 13, Rochifle Esvarsn J., Birkenhead, beerbuoe.lheeper, Aiug, O, Birkenhead Garland H., Burringham, bookkeeper, Aug. 13, Brigg Garland J., WYet bromam icr, doggy inkier, Aug. 12, West Birarint Hill J., Leicester. moulder, Subscribers-only content

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    * ___________? ?tiC1Wfl. and TAYLOR, Ettato and - ?ni-?wO? I?*.-. ? 010grel Aflctleue.rs end Value?', 00d O0I? 2, Stoghatreet, ?tndderaflaId. &IAItYOI TBOOMING S&LE5. 8V'euellJ &il taocstleiHsllTheWerY. ???Cests' B1?"? lng.stieeI and Ed?eoIofl, linildera. -. ? y??rolIflr? t?d EffpttS, FOOt VIeW, Subscribers-only content

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    with vigour. Both parties held several meetings last evening. Mr. Reckitt, the Liberal candidate, held meetings at East Butterwick and Burringham; and Mr. Maunsell Richardson is having the assistance of Major Rasob, Colonel Eyre, Mr. Heneage, and Mfr. W. E. Subscribers-only content

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    with vigour. Both parties held several meetings on Thursday. Mr. REekitt, the Liberal candidate, held meetings at East Butterwick and Burringham; and NIr. Maunsell Richardson is having the assistance of -Major Rasch, Colonel Eyre, Mr. Heneage, and Mr. W. E. Subscribers-only content

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    out of business, Addingham, near Skipton. Alfred Hawker, builder, Bedlaud, Bristol. Thomas Houghton, porter, Cr.orlU__-up._- Medlock, Manchester. Joseph Howard, tailor, Burringham, Lincolnshire. William Jarvis, blacksmith, H-unington, Wilt- shire. Joseph Johnson, railway contractor, Cockermoulh. Henry Junes, beerseller, Minchinhau-pton, Gloucester-hire. William Judd, Subscribers-only content

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    victualler Bailey George, Mina-road, Old Iveiit-roiid, carpenter Barclay Alexander, York, bookseller Battin John and James, Aston, Warwicksh. corn-dealers Batson William, Burringham, Lincolnsh. corn-merchant Brooks John, Dallington, Northamptonshire, carpenter Buroell Benjamin, Leeds, linen-draper Cockrill Wm. Kast Butterwick, Lincolnsh. corn-factor Cresswell Thos. Subscribers-only content

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    THE CHURCH AND THE UNIVERSITIES. ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. Rev F. W. Anderson, toShipton Bellinger V. Rev R. L. Bampfield, to Bradford V. Rev J. W. Colvin, to Leintwardine V. Rev E. C. Coney, to St. John the Evangelist V., Red Subscribers-only content

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    apparent that the fires were wilful, but in others there is too much reason to fear that they were. At Burringham in Yorkshire, a straw-stack was con- sumed : a girl and her mother were arrested, and the girl par- Subscribers-only content

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    hat-manufacturer. C. Sanderson, Park-gate, Work*, Yorksh. tin-plate manuf. J. Ingle, Beverley, Yorkshire, tanner. W. Aicock. Atherstone. Warwickshire, victualler. W. Batson. Burringham. Lincolnshire, corii-uterehant. M. Watkinson. Gainsborough. Lincolnshire, innkeeper. W. Cockrill. East Bntteru-iek, Lincolnshire, corti-factnr. J. Brooks, St. James-End, NorthamptoS┬╗hlre. carpenter. Subscribers-only content

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    Newtown Brynhyfryd, near Swansea, and of 146, Hieh- s.ree., Swansea. Martin Maslen, telegraphist, 15, Osborne-street, Great -rrlmsby. Timothy Nutt, farmer, Burringham, Lincolnshire. -reorsre Archibald Pa.tison, engineer, trading as P_tti- son Hamilton, and Co.. 14. Holly-grove, Seaforth, and od. Lower Mersey- Subscribers-only content

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    On the 3rd inst., aged !54, Mary, wife of Mr. Ueo-K* Senior, mason, Nethtrton, South Cruslnud. On the 3rd inst, aged 84. Mr. Thomas Burringham Sk-lmau- thorno. ' On the 2nd Last., aged _&, Jnne Tinker. Basncliffe Dyke, Shelley. . Subscribers-only content

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    bury ; Annesley Woodhouse, near Mansfield ; Bevois- hiU, near Southampton ; Brill, near Thane ; Broughton, near Winchester ; Burringham, near Doncaster ; Cemaes, Anglesea ;Crowle, near Doncaster ; Dinten, near Salisbury; Eton, near Windsor ; Glaisdale, near Yarm Subscribers-only content

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    resistance. Elopement. - We have to record an elopement this week ; the gentleman from Althorpe, the lady from the Burringham side of the Trent. The parties were married at Hull, which is a kind of Gretna-green for all run Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. W. E. Macartney, M.P., are also rendering assistance. Mr. Reckitt, the Liberal candidate, held meetings at East Butterwick aud Burringham. DEATH OF AN IRISH BARONET. Sir Frederick Heygate, Bart., died at 11 o'clock on Wednesday night, at his seat Subscribers-only content

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    on Thursday evening, the Unionist candidate being supported by Major Rasch, M.P., and Colonel Eyre. Mr. Heneage, MP., and Mr. W. E. Macartney, M.P., are also rendering assistance. Mr. Reckitt, the Liberal candidate, held meetings at East Butterwick and Burringham. Subscribers-only content

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    and Butler, with the clerk, carried him carefully to the rectory adjoining, where he was placed in the library. Dr. Burringham, who was in the church, used every endeavour possible to restore animation, and Dr. Dobie, sen., of Chester, and Subscribers-only content

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