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    damaged; that she was obliged to put into Dumbarton to repair. The Erin was par- tially injured. Widley House, near Cosham, Hants, the property of Thomas Thistle- 11ws ayte, Esq. was totally destroyed by fire on the 29th ult. The Subscribers-only content

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    his conduct at the destruction of the arsenal and fleet. ViaE-ADItRAL WARREN died on Wednesday, at his seat, East l Cosham, Hants, in his seventy-second year. The deceased entered the service in 1789, and saw a great deal of hard Subscribers-only content

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    head-quarters follow on Thursday, and the battalion will remain in garrison until embarked for Turkey. The 17th Lancers arrived at Cosham, near Portsmouth, yesterday, to await the arrival of the transports which are taken up to embark them for the Subscribers-only content

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    Anne, youngest daughter of tie late J. iB. Yates, Esq., West Dingle, near Liverpsel-On the 18th, F. Wilkins, Esq., of Cosham, B ants, to Priscilla, second daughter of the late W.F. East, of Abbey hiltl House, Bexley, Kent. Denaths.-On the Subscribers-only content

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    AGAINST A SUnrEoN.-At Win- chester, on Wednesday, Frederick Deane, forty, a surgeon in practice at Cosham, was indicted for the manslaughter of Hannah George, at Cosham, in the parish of Wymering, on the 29th October last. This was an obstetric Subscribers-only content

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    EASY.-We take the following from the West Sussex Gazette:-A circumstance which has caused some little ossip in the neigbbourhood of Cosham occurred here last week. On gonday the 6th inst., Mr Lunn, a grocer and draper of this place, lost Subscribers-only content

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    be in a condition to attend the court for neagsy a fortnight. A suolGEoNe NAMED MARMEnTT DIED `oe3t DltUNKRINESS at Cosham near Portsmouth, last weelk. The deceased had, it appeared from the evidence, of late been addicted to drinking, and Subscribers-only content

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    Rood lane, Fenchurch street. John Elliott, Esq., Basset, Southampton. Charles 3. Longeroft. Esq., Havant, Hants. Captain Warren, R.N., East Court, Cosham, Hants. Architect-Edward N. Clifton, Esq., 7 East India-avenne, Leadenhall street, E.C. felicitors.-Messrs Mackenzie, Treherne, and Trinder, 77 Gresham House, Subscribers-only content

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    having been ascertained. At the termination of the march past, two or three divisions of the army will proceed to Cosham by rail, and march to Portsdown Hill, a distance of about a mile. These will represent an enemy besieging Subscribers-only content

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    first division, which will include the regular troops, will march by way of King's Terrace, Landport, and Kingston Cross to Cosham and Wymering, which they will invest. The second division will march by way of Palmerston Road to Kingston Cross Subscribers-only content

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    11. on application, 21. on allotment, 21. one month after allotment. DIRECTORS. Colonel JAMRIES CARHICHAEL, C.B., United Service Club, and Cosham, Iatnts (Chairman.) G. Noble Taylor, Esq., Woodside, Windsor, Director National Bank (Deputy Chairman.) James I. Hopkins, Esq. (of M~essrs Subscribers-only content

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    by sixteen special trains from Waterloo terminus on the morning of Good e Friday, and will be located in the Cosham, X Farbam, and Porchester forts. c The new play by Mr. Henry Arthur Jones, for e which the title Subscribers-only content

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    make in the rates. At the Hampshire Sessions, at Winchester, on Wed- siesday, William Harris Heygate, surgeon, of Coomber House, Cosham, was indicted for receiving into his lhouse, without a license, three lunatic gentlemen named Waring, Peel, and Dearmon. The Subscribers-only content

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    the prisoner fainted. AFiiAY ErwrvsEn SOLDnRES ANDnPoaLcn.-A stabbings affray, in which several soldiers are implicated, occurred on Sacerday night at Cosham, near Portsmouth. One of the men was being arrested by a police-sergeant, when a struggle ensued. The sergeant in Subscribers-only content

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    which was ready at hand, and galloped off at the top of his speed. He was traced as far as Cosham, about four miles from Portsmouth, since which he has not been heard of. The astonishment of the Recorder and Subscribers-only content

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    adjoeurn for that purpose. m I DiATm OF A SURGEON FiOtM DRuNSENTNS-.OOa Friday evening last an inquest was held, at Cosham, near Portsmnouth, on the body of Mr. Thomars Chbrles Aarrett, a suTrgeon. The deceased had, it appeared from the Subscribers-only content

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    our lot to chronicle, Mr. George Peel, an extensive occupier of land and sheep farmer, residing at Wymering Farm, near Cosham, 'within a short distance of Portsmouthe, lost more than a hundred sheep on the afternoon of Saturday last. It Subscribers-only content

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    resist- ance, was rescued withi a rush by a brigade of infantry, supported by field batteries of artillery. Driven froms Cosham andA Wymeing, the eisemy concentrated its forces o.n the south slopes of Portsdown, covered by artillery iii position on Subscribers-only content

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    1666. Elustace C. Prentice, Stownmarket, Suffolk, improvements in preparing and treating gun cotton. Dated April 3, 1868. Frederick P. Warren, Cosham. Hampshlre, Improved cooldng apparatus. Dated March 27, 1866. William Deakin. Great Barr, asd John 1. Johnson, Tettenhall, Staffordshirie, certain Subscribers-only content

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    warsnothing leassthen grossfaud Earl Foulett was called as.a witness.. *He said,. -replying to questions by Mr. Lewis: I reside at Cosham, Hampshire. I never applied for any shares In. the company;-and never gave 'any of the diefendanit authority 0o ineert Subscribers-only content

 

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