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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an officer and a gentleman, and sentenced to be cashiered. The entire opening of the Birmingham and Gloucester Railway, from Camphill to Birmingham, took place on rhursday. The death of Lieut.-GeneTal Sir W. Pringle took place on Wednesday afternoon, in Subscribers-only content

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    of the Master and Servants Act that has come under my notice took place last month at Crewkerne. A Mr Camphill, who has lately been appointed manager of the Tail Mill Factory in that town, and apparently belongs to. the Subscribers-only content

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    for the company, stated that on the 16-th uit. the defendant travelled in a first-class carriage from New Street to Camphill. At the last- rnaed station lie was asked for his ticket, but failed to produce one, and refused to Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTLNG NEWS. IpERBY njUNT STEEPLECHASE&. .'C xr perfect deluge of rain fell alter racing was Tiea.and the downpour continued more or less 0'cfl.The worse for a considerable distance ir-uch that doubts were entertained lest a post- -Id icevi to Subscribers-only content

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    frost Camphill and Warble, with Hiccough last, to the starid, on passing which Lord Molynoo was showing the way from Warble and Camphill, with Hiccough next, and Wardrobe now in the rear. A mile from home Cobalt and Camphill closed Subscribers-only content

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