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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; and Mr. Mallock, the member for the division, has improved the season by entertaining a party of visitors at Cockington Court, one of the best-wooded parks an the West of England. Torquay is almost as cele- brated for its Subscribers-only content

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    'RSOELLANEOUS WANTS. . VE~RTISEE (experienced in Iircpertsj woulid Thegla tof itManage or Collect Pats for samef-,Actress, S. 86, DaliyPot Birmingham. c7 '. I AltER'S TruhWne Igoit,St to llft.; a1so light Hand-; B cart -Judd.8, Grea RingSree, lionitloy. 66708 BRASS Subscribers-only content

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    lrA>RTNERSMP =U2 by a mallCuplallsd Liitedfor phac o coe mits rudllyThii a H pr cet.; rincpalsonly.-Addrtss. £440. ~~ fli11ng upen 1ronmougers. Sttee8 trs cs Orwa t-o cake uP nsvelties-Addre.MCDal MIsetefn sl Lberal commission -Address. Ifrcn.1c-pool.-- Watd yestablished Londen. firm, Subscribers-only content

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    immediately instruoted re. Sir. Clarke, the messenger, who, acting alertly on the i b a rtructions given him, proceeded to Cockington, near Tor- at quay, and there succeeded In apprehending the bankrupt, fc in who was passing under the name Subscribers-only content

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    the sender. . g~~~Farria~gru. COcN-INGrTO-LoconorToor.-Nov. 21st, at St. James's church, Halifax, by the Rev. W. Rt. Morrison, incumbent, Mr. Thomas Cockington, carpet weaver, to Miss Mary Ann Longbottom, both of Halifax. ErvsxzTIr-BERnY.-Nov. 21st, at Lady-lane chapel, by the Riea. John Subscribers-only content

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    President of Use Conservative Association, consisted ofc Mr. W. B. Fortoscule, J.P., secretary of the Torquay, St. Mary Church, and Cockington Consservative Aseocia- tn ties, and Messrs. WV. Kiteen, Ri. Robinson, Wt. B. Swaen~, ta T. 3. Shapley, 3. Kitsan Subscribers-only content

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    l{Workiagton), hatf baeet; 3. Buokett olirlo'n. nitaiur. I.cLk (Mflorn), jaid IMillom), J. D nidSeo (uspaptri, 2J. tluaupheys (lLrs'port). W. Moore (Cockington;, Cross hEgromozl, Li. B. Atkuaon Ijwitehaeeai, sad J. Todd lAspatriua. forwards. The reserves are as follows:- Ad~list (Fliarbyi, bACk; Subscribers-only content

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    leaving personal estate of the value of £55,000, ap- pointed as executors Mr. Frederick Startridse Eilis,j of the Red House, Cockington, Torquay; Mr. Sydney Carlyle Cockerell, of Ptosemount Cottages, Richmond and. Mrs. Jane Morris, widow of the testatcr. To Mrs. Subscribers-only content

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    Trinity College, Dublin, to l-luish Curacy, Devon. The Rev. Philip 1Walter Doyne, B.A., Trinity Col- loge, Dublin, to Tormnolmu and Cockington Curacy, Devon. The Rev. John Robert Nati ivell, M.A., Trinity College, Dublin. to be Chaplain to Seamen and Fisher- Subscribers-only content

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    tl tsiatstiatl le D. PUSEY ON TRACTAIUANISM. , Dr. Pusey has, in view of Advent, written to the ke members and associates of the English Church Union a le letter, of which the following are the most striking pas- Subscribers-only content

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    to be Lecturer (not curate) of Gally- gaer Charity, and Clerical Superintendent of Schoo!s. Rev. Wm. Fraser, to Tor-Moitun and Cockington Curacy, Devon. Rev. Wm. Thomas Freer, to St. Margaret Curacy, Leicester. Rev. Ralph CummingMorto-, toNewlandCuracv, Gloa- cestershire. Rev. Samuel Subscribers-only content

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    Crediton. Wednesday-Vssit to Ford Abbey; excurason to Ottery St. Mary; Cadhay House. IThursday-Excursion to Newton Abbot, Haccombe; ICompton Castle, by Cockington to Torquay; St. Michael's IChapel; Torr Church and Abbey; visit to Islam Chapel Iand Kent's Cavern. Friday-Excuirsiou to Tiverton; Subscribers-only content

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    Cheshiie. Rev. C. R. Powys, to Yelford R.. Oxon. Rev. T. S. Raffles, to Ashton-upon-Mersey. Rev. T. S. Rundle, to Cockington. Rev. A. J. H. Russell, to Michaelstone-le-Pit R., Glamorgan- shire. Rev. O. E. Story, to Holy Triuity V., Wealdstone. Subscribers-only content

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    On the 22nd ult., at Barwick Rectory, Somerset,, the Key. Rawlyn Mallock, son of the late Charles Mallocfc, .ksq., of Cockington Court, Torquay, Devon, aged- 82. On Good Friday, the 23rd March, at King's Pj*-on V icara°re, the Rev. Thomas Subscribers-only content

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    ot \\ isbecb. On Friday the '23d ult., Mr. John Hubbart. farmer, to Martha Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. Ibomas Cockington, farmer, both of Weston Colvile. On Tuesday last, Mr. J. Dockerell, to Mrs. 1 hurbsne, widow of the late Subscribers-only content

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    RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. The Morning Post states that the Rev. Arthur Wagner, M.A., of St. Paul's, Brighton, and some time Chancellor of Chichester Cathedral, has resigned his preferments and joined the Church of Rome. It is rumoured that several of Subscribers-only content

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    August I, at St. John's, Torquay, by the Bey. B. B. Airy, vicar, aud the Bey. J. Henuing, vicar of Cockington. William Alfred Lewis, of Bristol, son of the late Bey. George Lewie, formerly of Chester, to Emily, elder daughter Subscribers-only content

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    fully choral service, at the pretty church of St. George and St. Mary, Cockington, Torquay, the marriage was duly solemnised, in the presence of a very large and distinguished assembly, of Mr. Edward Lloyd Edwards, eldest son of Mr. James Subscribers-only content

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    M.A., to the Vicarage of Modlury, Devon ; patrons, the Provost and College of' Eton. Rev. George Collycr Harris, 21. A., to be Assistant Curate of Tormoham and Cockington, Devon. Bey. Wvndham Scott Serres, to the Curacy of Morval, Cornwall. Subscribers-only content

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    taken a degree at New College, Oxford, has obtained some repute as a historian. The Bey. Jas. Hennlng, vioar of Cockington, whose positive teaching of the truth about the Church has aroused some controversy at Tor- quay, said on Wednesday Subscribers-only content

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