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You searched for: Place: Charminster, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31, Source type: Newspapers

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    78. DALTON.-Auz. 25, Smily, daughter of Mr. T. Valttn, of Rtegent- Al cot, aged Si. i EVEN tISI.-Aug. 2M at Charminster, Dorset, the Rev. M. Berenilb, M.A., aged 57. LEWIS.-Aug. 24, at Rhyl, North Wales, Anna Maria, dlughter of the Subscribers-only content

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    Woolsthorpe, Hugglescote, Featling Parva, and Witherley ; by Mr. Floyer, from Symonds- bury, Broadway, Bincombe, Wimborne Minster, Hors- ford, Weston, Charminster, and Stratum ; by Major Allen, from the United Conference of the Kural Deaneries of Bath and Keynsbam, and Subscribers-only content

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    steads, cottages, and farm buildings, being in the parishes of Frampton, Maiden Newton, Sydling St. Nicholas, Froome Vanchuieh, Nether Cerne, Charminster, Betti3combe. Ac, containing together about 8,000 acrea, together with the numerous manors, lordships, fee farm rents, advowsons, next presentations, Subscribers-only content

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    steads, cottages, and farm buildings, being in the parishes of Frampton, Maiden Newton, Sydling St Nicholas, Froome Vanchnrch, Nether Cerne, Charminster, Bettiscombe, Ac, containing together about 8,000 acres, together with the numerous manors, lordships, fee farm rents, advowsons, next presentations, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Blackmore Vale Dairy Company, Lydlinch, Blandford ; 4th, Mr. Edwin C. Sims, Mere, Wilts ; sth, Mr. Jacob Candy, Charminster, Dorchester. In a good show of Stiltons (12 cheeses), Mr. E. A. Moore, of Beeby, Leicester, is first, Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    : poultry, plate, linen maid, modern sanitation^ July or September, Ogs. weekly- Tegwel. RESIDENCE NEAR DORCHESTER. TO LET, Unfurnished, at Charminster, Ik mile from Dorchester, a Compact RESIDENCE, standing in its own grounds, containing three silling and seven bed rooms, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .Mr. Henry Houseman, of 23, Craven-hill-gardeiis, and Mr. Clarence Oliver Ridley, youngest son of the Rjv. Oliver Matthew Ridley, of Charminster, Dorchester, will take place on Wednesday, the 25th of April, at Christ Church, Lancaster- gate. The marriage arranged between Subscribers-only content

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    of that parish, and the last remaining son of Dr. Chard of Winchester. Died, June 14, Mr. John Green, of Charminster Mills, aged 50. Died, June 14, at Blandford, aged 19, Matilda, fourth daughter of Mr. W. S. S trailing, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Piddle, Tincieton, Woodsford, New Bockhampton, Whitcomb, Farringdon, West Stafford, Athel- bampton otherwise Admiston, Stinsford, Lower Bockhampton, Bomston, Duddle, Fordington, Dorchester, Charminster, All Saints, Holy Trinity and Saint Peter in the borough of Dorchester, Win- terborne Herringstone, Winterborne Came, Winterborne Monckton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Piddle, Tincieton, Woodsford, New Bockhampton, Whitcomb, Farringdon, West Stafford, Athel- hampton otherwise Admiston, Stinsford, Lower Bockhampton, Bomston, Duddle, Fordington, Dorchester, Charminster, AU Saints, Holy Trinity and Saint Peter in the borough of Dorchester, Win- terborne Herringstone, Winterborne Came, Winterborne Monckton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAW SUMMARY. The Treason Felony Act op 1848, which provided a modified punishment for the crime of compassing to levy war against tbe Queen, is the law under which the Fenian prisoners will be arraigned at the approaching commission. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FREEMANTLE. July 5 t-RESENTATiON.- On Sunday afternoon an interesting nnd, at the same time, affectii.jr ceremony took place iv the Freemantle Church of England Sunday .Schools, resulting from the retirement of Mr. Sbarpe as superintendent, of the s. hools, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OFFICES ( HIGH-STREET, WINCHESTE_t7" I MARKET-PLACE, SALISBURY. PRICE 2d.; BY POST 2£d. [KEGISTEKED .FOE _K>BEI(_N TKAN3mi33IOS .J SOUTHAMPTON, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1878 COUNTY NEWSPAPER.- ESTABLISHED 1823. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AND WEDNESDAY MORNING, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS n-PirPsf Subscribers-only content

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    Par-solars of the foUowing will be found ln our Advertising Columns.] AMUSEMENTS, MEETINGS. Ao. SATURDAY (to-day).- Marine exou-sion to Seuthaes, leaving tbe Royal Pier, Southampton, at 2.30 p.m.; aad alao on Monday.- Excursion from Southampton to London, leaving at Subscribers-only content

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    AFGHANISTAN At ths India Offioe yesterday the following telegram hss been received (rom tbe Viceroy :- "Simla, August 11.- Following frem Bt. Jobn. * All men wbo bare previously served aa soldiers ara being re-enlisted by Ayonb st Candahar. Subscribers-only content

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    THE LATE CONFERENCE OF SOLENT YACHT CLUBS. The Royal Southampton Yacht Club is to be congra- tulated on the result of the conference of Solent yacht clubs they summoned last week ; and the excellent temper displayed at the Subscribers-only content

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    SOUTHAMPTON BOARD OF GUARDIANS. The usual fortnightly meeting of this board was held on Thursday afternoon, in the boardroom of the Workhouse, St. Mary-street, when there were present the Deputy-President (Mr. J. Burrow), Senior- Bailiff J. White, Junior-Bailiff L. Subscribers-only content

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    HAMPSHIRE ADVERTISER COUNTY NEWSPAPER. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY COURT. A sitting of this Court the first at Southampton after the vacation, was held on Tuesday, before Judge Leonard, when there were 225 new cases and 46 judg- ment summonses on the list for disposal. There Subscribers-only content

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    THE CONTEST FOB THE AMERICA CUP ANOTHER ABORTIVE RACE The third race between the Vigilant and ths Valkyrie for the America Cup was sailed on Wednes- day morning. In the morning the wind blew from the east, bat it Subscribers-only content

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