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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ashurst and Co., Old Jewry, . City, and Bowley and Ashwell, Nottingham. Off assig, Harris Nottingham. si. ars rJOSErH RnDWOOD, Charminster, Dorsetahiro, apothecary, April7 a and May 3, at 11, at Exeter. Sols-, Manfield and Andrews,Dor- t chester, and Stogdon, Subscribers-only content

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    from Bavaria, 1S frons Wurtemburg, 14 from laden, and 9 from Hesse- Darmstadt. A few days ago Mrs. Dyer, of Charminster, having directed the withdrawal of a drawer of honey, weighing apparently about 451bs. from a hive, to which a Subscribers-only content

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    her mother in Dorsetshire, has been, by order of the Secretary of State, sent to Charminster Lunatic AsyIut. T'he action agninst 31r. Whalley, l.P., was continued yosterday, before Viae-Clhanoellor Malins, and at the con- clusion of the cross examination was Subscribers-only content

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    Dorchester. Mr. Bankles, of Wolverton tner has an instrument fixed between his residence and the svorking men's club room at Charminster. It was ,a do by one of his scrvants, and answers so well that even the notes of a Subscribers-only content

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    Thomas Frederick Bruce Nicholas, Moorend Road, Cheltenhan┬▒. journeyman decoratur. John Charles Bromley, Paradise Street, OCventry, railway clerk. HI'enry John Judd, Charminster Rad., Bourne- mouth, ironmon` gear. Owen Lloyd, Blaenaa Featiniog, mineral water manufacturer. James Beesley W'ilson. Garnet Street, Lancaster, cycle Subscribers-only content

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    Mary Diddridge, islartock; Ann Blake, Yateminster; Ann Stafford, Heywuodl, Weatbury; Ellen Hane, Ilchestar; Margaret Jefferies, Westbury Union; Sarah Cooke, Weymouth, Charminster. A HULL STEAMER ON VI5RE.-By Lloyd's tele- gram, received last evening, it was reported that informia- tion had been Subscribers-only content

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    and Edwa~rd Pttterson, Barnlcy, clothiers and boot dealers, executers of Charles ttollinsonl-Barnaoy, January 30th BAN. RUPTCY ANN-ULLED. E. T. Chamen, Charminster, miller LIQUIDATIONS BY ARR.INGEMENT. Wim. Leech and Sons, St. Maxy Axe, London, tobacco aerebanta W. D. Calliss, Drills-lana, London, Subscribers-only content

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    resolved, with but two disseutients, " That, in view of the projected sale by public auction of the advowson of Charminster, the Curates' Allihuce places on record its grave sense of the injury to religion caused by the traffic in Subscribers-only content

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    stoned to death. Five persons were bitten by the dog, one of them severely. SHOCKING CHARGE OF CRUELTY.-A farmer of Charminster, named Dunning, has been charged at Weymouth, with setting a pack of dogs on Uenry Cox, a labourerto drive Subscribers-only content

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    done. ACCIDENT TO A LADY IN THE HUIT-,','ING F I E L D. DosnQUisri.ta, arnAv.-A serioushbnntinge~cident, befell Miss 1.,2Weston, of Charminster, near Dor- chester, this afternoon. Whilst follotining Lord Guildford's hounds she was thrown from her horse in taking a Subscribers-only content

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    Of thbi~o14ceatl'r party, it-was decided atgalnst them.. TisePlay of Mfr.Thomas Foxn the Dorchester, sidde and that~ol Mr. Bun, eru the Charminster tvws universaliy'admired.; The pa~rty adjourned 4amz the " alley,"' int'o tlnej hsouse,'whenMr.,Joshn Day presided,, assisted' a9 17ice by'Mr' Dioy. Subscribers-only content

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    Dunham Massey, Cheshire. Rev. Albert Lewis Willett, vicar of Meriden, Warwick- var- shire. babld Rev. Hubert Brymer Williams, vicar of Charminster and hart Stratton. the Rev. William Thomas Henry Wilson, rector of Burling- JAS. ham St. Peter. is i in Subscribers-only content

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    the Dorchester County Court on Wednesday. Thea debtor was formerly a naval chaplain, and at present is id incumbent of Charminster, near Dorchester. His creditors reside at Plymouth, Torquay, Derby, and other towns. Ch ISThere was a large attendance of Subscribers-only content

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    I had to live on what I got as curate. I applied to Mn. Cambridge an for the living at Charminster. It is put down at 1201. with !re house and garden, and I was also told there was a Subscribers-only content

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    lie answered the letter. Not only that Mr. WVilliaims was at ia the present time incumbent of the parishes of Charminster a lay and Stratton. but had wbl ly neglected the duties of that s position; he had not provided Subscribers-only content

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    gold watch and chain belonlging to the Rev. llubert Brymer Willianns a married clergyman, formerly of Derby, and lIso of Charminster, Dorset, but vvho for some months past has been staying at lintbury, near Hungerford, where the alleged robbery was Subscribers-only content

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    Earl of Guil- n, fr-rd's hounds near Dorchester on Fritdy a serious accident h- happened to Miss A. Weston, of Charminster. After ad taking part in several good runs she was abortt to take a on ditch, when she was Subscribers-only content

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    county of v, 15 Derby; at Little Breedy, in the parish of' Breedy, and in n I.- the parishes of Charminster and Pilsdlon, all in the county b S- of Dorset; in St. Edmund's Chapelry, in the parish of sl Subscribers-only content

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    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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    during a typhoon in the China seas, and the mate and three oi tne crew were drowned. A farmer, of Charminster, named Dunning, has been charged at Weymouth with setting a pack of elaga on Henry Cox, a labourer, to Subscribers-only content

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