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    his family, and had a coffin made: the latter he had kept in his dwelling-house ever since. Last week, at Coldred, lear Dover, IMr R. Rogers, aged 90, of the small-pox, which disease he had in his boyhood, and both Subscribers-only content

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    present exists, does not permit of their relieving, A farm labourer named Gilbarr. met with an extra- ordinary accident at Coldred, a village near Dover, on Thursday. 3le was driving a number of pigs, when one of them became unmanageable, Subscribers-only content

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    the heights. The ground chosen for the contest was the expanse of undulating table land stretching east to west from Coldred to Martin Mlil, and north so sooth from Waldersbare to Guston, dotted here and there with snug villages and Subscribers-only content

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    yesterday A The first official act of the Bishop of Dover will be to d reopen the ancient church at Coldred, near Dover, which h has been restored at great cost. N A. fund is being raised for completing Holy Subscribers-only content

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    ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. P4V-nTXrvr~ Awn AppomiMNTs. S PREIFEBEENTS AND ApporaT t.vTI. 7 Rev. H. R. 1i' Anketell, Rector of Seagry; Rector of r Wootton Bassett, Wilts-patron, the Earl of Clarendon. Rev. H. Ault, curate of Sharpness; Vicar of Bishopetone, e Subscribers-only content

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    the heights. The ground chosen for tha contest was the expanse of undu- lWting table-laud stretehing east to west from Coldred to Martin Mill anu north to south from Waldershare to Gaston, dotted here and there with snug tvllayes, and Subscribers-only content

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    M. H. Scott, M.A; Arch- deacon of Stafford. Rev. C. B. Shirres, Rector of Fast Chinnock; Vicar of Sibertswold with Coldred, Dover- patron, the Archbishop of Canterbury. Rev. G. Sowden, Vicaz of Hebden Bridge; Honorary Canon of Wakefield, and Rural Subscribers-only content

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    and completely routed the enemy, having. when the cease fire sounded, tic) battalions in Waldershare Park and the position at Coldred strongly held by the cavalry. The troops subsequently dispersed to their respgectve stations. The week's manaeuvres have proved of Subscribers-only content

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    of England.: By :Nuoson. With Illustrations by Wild- rake, Iendensasn, and,41ken,.-.: THE LIFE OF A .SPOILTEMANa By NuarnOD. With 36 Coldred Plates, hansdsomelycbound inrloth, price 5-' Cs - THIE LIFE OP JOHIN MyTToN. By: Naxao, With 19 Colored Plates; handdonmely Subscribers-only content

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    of Godmerslam. Rev. Charles NAtlRat4ie1 Williams, M.A.; rector of Sutton Valence with East Sutt,,n. Rev. Charles Irvine lVimberley, M.A. ; vicar of Siberts- ,wold with Coldred. Rev. Thomas Woodman, I.A.; rector of Kirkby-in- Ashfield, Notts. Patron, the Duke of Portland. Subscribers-only content

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    Coldred got within ten yards of them "the ~eand made a rush for them, but they were nuat with a shower wine V. of heavy stones, Was quite sure the prisoners were two "1red ik Of the men, Harry Subscribers-only content

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    Cacson. B A.; ciirate of -g)O itsetxl otl Rid ev. E. A. Cau.,tonl ; curate (sole thai-)l blety, en :apt Coldred, Kent. in. ev. Frederick Holdehip Cox, vicar of Elmn rillilt deans j, tar- 11ev. Wil liam Farrer, M.A.;- vicar Subscribers-only content

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    Mtann, &k J. Wilson, Northrerat, Yorkshire, atone workers, so far its regard, . at J. Wilson-C. MaIler & R. Miller, Coldred, Kent, farmcrs-F. Potters G. A. AMcoli, R. L. Holt, & NNV. Dunlop, Mancheoter, genjeral comumis- ston agent.-W. Perry, & Subscribers-only content

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    Canterbury; . value, 2461. and residence; patron, Archbishop of Canter- bury.. Rev. R. B. de Chair, deceased. Sibbertswold Vicarage with Coldred Vicarage, Kent, I archdiocese of Canterbury; value, 2551v and residence; patron, Archbishop of Canterbury. Rev. R. B. de Chair, Subscribers-only content

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    Sussex), to the archdeaconry of Chichester; value, 241.; patron, Bishop of Chichester. Rev. N.. A. Garland, to Sibbertswold Vicarago and Coldred Vicarage, Kent; value, 26051., with residence; patron, Archbishop of Canterbury. Rev. J. Winter, to Postling Vicarage, Kent; value, 2461., Subscribers-only content

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    1Parlsh oflBurton Basatt 23 4 T0 0 l Iaseleih. 3 310 0 S 6 Tibberswold ..133 12 9 1 IO Coldred .......6 2 0 o w. B. Dake, HMadlow .. 1 0 0 0 'Ca Per ls Mcsr. S'Groegor. 7 Subscribers-only content

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    Berwick Hill-at half-past 10. Somerset, Friday, Shapwirk-at a quarter to II. Torquay, Tuesday, Cookiegton Village-at half-past 10. West Strect, Tuesday, Coldred; Thursday, Sutton DoWa-at 10. Mr. E. Williams's. Wednesday, Rook Hotel, Roborongh Dowz!u; Saturday, Farmers' Arms, near iocihill and Trmbartaa-at Subscribers-only content

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    catalogest) highls saot~sacndt on, wfie an Mr.t~'a a'csorn of OldTriit- fectlysood fotr-many, oear-stbei ng ctaokedeI atthe flls.which lareso- gone- uel Coldred uphag, Gasreyretoining Ballthe, andutrimen Coffeehouesmat It the Inever resoe% outobf ethe rdc forhems cownsumind Orutputs- ry f Pckaes ncldedIn Subscribers-only content

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    ROYAI4 2XCHANGE ASSURANCE CRIORPOATIOXt.. 1-! . 1720 IChmrtr of K ing George the First, loliust cor ;med iy Special A ets of Parnlalt. Bict OGinc, ItR n si Exclieige, London Branch29, Pall-mall, IoTA VIP WIITSRqGoenr OEORGE "IAIRIKES BARCLAY, Req., Subscribers-only content

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    (except 10 acres, held for a re- sidue of an unexpired term of 500 years), known as Coldred Farm, in the parishes of Coldred, Lydden, and Siberts- would, Kent, with stone-built farmhouse, outbuildings, &e., in all 173a. 3r. 18p., let Subscribers-only content

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