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    the same breath a pamphlet on The Social and Econo- imical Condition of the Agricultural Labourer, by the Vicar of Granborough, in Berkshire. If clergymen of the Church of England are not all as they of Chipping Norton, it is Subscribers-only content

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    Seeks Situatlod, In faermhouse, or m..L iiddle-class famifly, wrhere servant ie Inept, Good reference,- F 1- 3. Hill, Woolutcate House, Granborough, Rugby. 03872 - I0PUATION WantedasaHousekeeper, or walt on Invalid lady or -at gentleman; age 26; goad reference.s. . Aington, Subscribers-only content

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    w. Stubbs writes as follows to the Pall Malt done AGazette from Granborough Vica~rage, Bucks:- the cl In There seems some disposition on the part of Lord Sails- bells, 1. bury and the more irresponsible type of Conservatives in . Subscribers-only content

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    Beaufiort Randicsp at nill Nevwm akarket. it July 0, at a.m., Getcle Mtary, ouls of Hnng'erfcrd and Rteadung hc erigagessents; Granborough g., nlit of the Nursery Plate at thb HIungereorl: Try-again, sst of the ('raven Stakes at Ileugerforl ; cir Subscribers-only content

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    a good-service pension. His death creates a- vacancy as Colonel Commandant of the Royal Artillery. The Rev. Arthur Newcombe, of Granborough Vicarage, W~inslow, Bucks, who was drowned whilst bathing at Scar. borough on Friday, was a son of aMr. William Subscribers-only content

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    against Mr. George Oandley to enforce specific performance of an agreemen to pur- chase the "Shoulder of Muttoni pubc-huose at Granborough, near Rugby, for £2,500. Mr. Chandley, the defendant, was a irin put n the box, and said on July Subscribers-only content

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    Walton, both of Leeds. SM1YII-3rcnnmNsore.-March 31st, at All Saints' church, Elton, Lancaablre, by the Rev. J. W. Hayward, vicar of Granborough, the Rev. Edward James Smith, EA., to lizabeth Sarah, onlydaughter of Wmn. Huutchlnson, Req., Woodbanlk, Bury. AINsWonrL-April 3rd, aged Subscribers-only content

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    having oily inCreased 31il'i i, the last ten years. r RErUSING TO FILL UP A CEWSUS PApyRsA " baker of Granborough, named Janmes Seaton, bahi t4 ce finod ;C end 18s. Bd. Costs by the Winslow magishta tfs, t- refusing Subscribers-only content

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    was further decided to take measures for collecting funds for the missions. The Rev. Charles W. Stubbs, B.A., Vicar of Granborough, near Winslow, Bualcs, has been appointed to the Crown living of Stokenham, -near Kingsbridge, Devon, -value £625 per annum, Subscribers-only content

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    place in St. Paul's Cathedral on the let of May. ' The Rev. Charles W. Stubbs, B.A., Vicar of S Granborough, near Winslow, Bucks, has been appointed to the Crown living of Stokenham, near Xingsbridge, v Devou, value X626 per Subscribers-only content

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    and Which at no part was mere than a couple of furlongs a wide of the centre line. t At Granborough, a village about six mixes from Ruoby, , we shifted ourqnarters, bidding farewell to the vine-olad . rendezvous of Subscribers-only content

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    curious ridgy country in search of I the horizontal. Here, again, we struck our tents, leaving behind us the hospitable Granborough, and, followed by our retinae, heavy laden with baggage, for we hire X no gigs, we harried Napton for Subscribers-only content

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    vee~ for e4c local cause, I OLE~GY~t*.N ~ttW~fAT t -me . e~. SSCARBOROUGH. iarg 3 The ne. Arthur Newcombe, of Granborough Vicarae, : W. inslovr, Buc a visitor to Scarborough, yesterday morning was drowned whilo bathing on the sandssouth .of Subscribers-only content

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    Fairwater, Planet, King George, Tippler Argonaut, Astetoid, Little Stag, Union Jack, Blarney, Caroline Lioness, The Knave, La Toucques, Prince Arthur, Granborough and Queen Bertha. Mr. Longfield will hardly run more than one of his tbree-Union Jack, Blarney, and Caroline-and as Subscribers-only content

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    Handicap at 0ev- mnarket. July 6, at 9 a.m., Gentle Mary, out of Hungerford and Reading eugage- meests; at 9a.m,, Granborough g, out of the Nursery Plate at Hlunsger- ford; at 9 anet., Try Agahl, out of the Craven Stokes Subscribers-only content

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    Mlaiden Steeple Cilase Plate conicluded the first day's businteOs, and was carried off by The Ranger, defeating Big ICat, tatcod Granborough, third and six others. The Mats t arranged hetland Crascker and Lfay Lyons fell through, fthe former raceivitg twenty-fiveO Subscribers-only content

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    been ascertained.-On land, the damage is inconceivably great.-In Bucks, at Wootton, nearly 200 loads of wood have been blown down.-At Granborough, 3Ir. Vicars, a farmer, lost 81 sheep.-In a field belonging to Mr. R. Gurney, at Dunsombe, five small Scotch Subscribers-only content

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    M.A., vicar of Newland. Rev. George Davies Spaikes, vicar of Undy, Monmouth- shire. Rh Rev. Charles Williams Stubbs, vicar of Granborough, on Rv. Richard Vickerman Taylor, B.A., curate of All Saints, of Brightside, Sheffield. Rev. William Henry West, M.A., curate Subscribers-only content

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    Rogers, rector of Preston, Rutland. Rev. Thomas Roper, vicar of North Elarborne, Stafford- shire. Rev. Charles lWilliam Stubbs, vicar of Granborough, 7.3 Bucks, fox Rev. H. Twells, rector of Waltham-ou-the-Wolds, Lei- aestersbire. Rev. Bryan Walker, rector of Landbeach, Cambridge. Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    Manchester. Rev. Gordon Salmon; vicar of Overton-witli-Shipton. Patron, the Hon; Payan Danvmay, of Beningborouglh fall. Reo. Edward Sandford; vicar of Granborough, Warwick- shire. Rev. Cea'les Swainson; incumbent of High Hurst, near Uckficld. Patron, the Archbishop of Canterbury.- Rev. G. F. Subscribers-only content

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