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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Scorbutie Er fftions and those meln-e choly diseases which arise from impurity of the Blood and Juices) is prepared and-sold-bY-Mrs Conham, Noi 52,;Berners street, Oxford street, at i1s. a bottleo it is also sold by most of the respectable Medicine Subscribers-only content

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    [JATS.-THlE KING'S LErTERS PATENT have been -LL granted to the undersigned, fo' iinportaht improvements in the manufacture of Mats, wberebyi the weight of Beaver Waterproof Hats is reduced one-half, and the priceof the best qoolity to TWENTY-ONE S ilILLINGS. Subscribers-only content

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    preachers saId, In their sermons they aim at nothing, and hit it." A man, name unknown, was found hanging In Conham Wood, near Bristol, on Sunday morning. He was dressed as a labourer. The directors of the Dablin and Heath Subscribers-only content

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    ever been. BIRAVFRY RhrwARDDn.-On thei Slat of Mlarch, 1S76, John Chiddy, a quarryman, employed on the Great 7 W)esteri Railway, Conham, between Bath and Bistoh, I saw that a large stone had fallen llpon the metals along G which the Subscribers-only content

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    Daily Post. cqli -lA-NTED. by gentlenian. cheerful Ilitting and Be Room, wvith Station. Tereis must be niateo.-Add-resa. If, Snuthfield Read. Conham, Bristol. cR123 SEASIDE AND] COUJNTR-Y QUARTERS. A RRYtSTWITIOL-Plenaatesgectable Apartmenots. fivemninntes Awalk froma seam torms inoderaee. - birs, C., 1s, Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Thomas Wolfenden, of Waterloo, who resold the cow on the 17th to MIrs. Coblam, of the same town. Mrs. Conham caused the animal to be placed in a stable which had been whitewashed the previous day, no cow having Subscribers-only content

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    IV. Atkinson, 2e, Cobdeor-pl.ce. L: Ji Leeds. CanvEie-HUDSOX.-On the 2:ch inst., at the PFrish Church. Leathtey. by the Rev. Hf. Conham, lecter. George, yotuagest scis of Ceerlee Carrer, Spout House. Itietori, Lerds, to ALt, eldust daughter of Willinam leaudon of Subscribers-only content

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    it would honeceosary'to: abandon the works.i MELANCHOLY SUICIDE OF A YOUNG WOMAN AT CONnAl.-An extraordinary case of suicide occurred at Conham, St. George's, on Friday last, the victim being a young girl of nineteen, named Mary Bevan. The unfor- tunate Subscribers-only content

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    be an done. BOATING ACCIDENT NEAR BI USTOIL THREE PERSONS DRON WX.c'D. A boating accident occurred on Saturdav night at Conham, near Bristol, resulting in the deant of Leslie Pearce, son of a woollen merchant: 'Miss South. of Clifton- and Subscribers-only content

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    i G hi" ¾.'l " I' : it) t tO tOl) itO. .l'L %V' 4' *3 t ! C t Conham li 1. 1''ci' ' .l ,'-o -it a' the nun~ichr oief ladll'ctMr.it1 L:'i'4'' 'C. weely Iov 11112, noe jprax Subscribers-only content

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    ,-: Oh'i i AuMist Tellefen, which had partothc. 1 id oniosrd. sind is expected to becomeattimn' 20 The steam yacht Conham. Belle, frmB-o rNe castle, losis boon towel onto Grimth cl htIalt ,q leakingr. a, Pauillac telegram states that the Subscribers-only content

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    the terror of the neighbourhood in lwhich they resided. The scene of thme atrocious crime was a cottage, situated at Conham, a small hamlet five or six miles from Bristol. This cottage is inhabited by a respectable woman, named Alary Subscribers-only content

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    D0curred on the River Avon; about four miles from this city. The spot where the accident occurred is known as Conham Ferry. The following are the de- tails of this most distressing occurrence:- A few months since, a small steamn-tug, Subscribers-only content

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    1 BURGLARY AND ATTEMPTED MURDER. 1Early on Sunday morning a mostolwsingiburglary was effected at Conham,_abouit five miles fromo Bristol, at the house0 ofa elderly lady named, Marv Hunt, which is situated in a roa-antic -en near the side of Subscribers-only content

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    I WWLTsenitEtCharles Windham, of Dunhead, Esq. ; 1 Edward William Leyburne Popham, of Littleot Park, Esq., ~; Paul Ilethuen, of Conham Hlouse, Esq. I M ORCESTtrInuiit .:-ohn Scott, of Stourbridge, Esq.; John Howard Galton, of Hudson House, Esq. ; Robert Subscribers-only content

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    Term Exa- r4ination only.-Fawcett, Ridley, Wilkins; Inge, Orpen, Aigrot. Proceeding in Law.-ThirdiYear: Cowie, Farmer, 1aud, Lascelles, Perceval, Wittrington. Second Year: Conham, Carthew, Sanders, Sewell, Starkie. ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. .FirstYear-FirstClass: Bates,Burbury, Sampson, Foxley, Bailey, H. R., Day, H., Horne, Falkner and Subscribers-only content

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    place, accompanied with the loss aof several lives, on board of a steam tug boat called the lady Emily, at Conham, about four miles distant from that zity. ylt will be remembered that some months ago a paper, for- ks Subscribers-only content

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    not know their me Dames The engine11 was covered. The -vessel pro- the: ded saf I as ts Ilr as Conham. They were coming tal atde 55 lv Mreat speed. I don't know whethe iog t was ulu'1l ed I Subscribers-only content

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    AylmorA Bridge, andlterminati;on sthe p~riohof Wtyzaer5.s, In the oald county, by a Jenction with tlse lIne of raliay lerodin frenm Conham to I'ortsunouth. lronging to the London, Brighten, and South Coast. and Lendion and South Weelern Railway Companion or ooe Subscribers-only content

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    of the humbler classesof the army. - Standard. A most brutal attempt at murder and burglary has taken place at Conham, near Bristol. A maiden lady, named Hunt, aged nearly 70, living alone in a secluded cottage in the midst Subscribers-only content

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