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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    number, including several veterans, whio, like Mir. Ornis, shave retired from thie service. The chair was occupied by 1 Quarter-master Hartgrove, and the vice-chair by Serjeant tO'Alarrow. Numerous appropriate toasts were given and e responded to, a.nd th~e companLy eshibited Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mary, Soutbtitetia2eet, Bury St. Edmiand'l -Read Oblale, 1Boniton draper sty Rend John, oiton,- wine merchant Ste BebbackFresEnrina~aue, andnebbek Mkiss Ellen, Hartgrove, Dorset Sti Reod Mrs. Fraeas Jane Gibbs, Dartmouth IS Reed Mrs. REbheca, Brunnton, Devon Heed Mm. Mary, Farway, near Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lodged, named Hartgrove, went to deccased's stable, aboutteu minutes afterwards. The stable was then in darkisess. On a light being obtained, deceased was found, quite dead, lying close to the hoofs of one of the horses. King and Hartgrove were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y bury. sl 2nd ,, (21.)-MiAss Chick, Blandford Farm, Foutmoll a Msgna. d 3rd ,, (11.)- Miss Jesse, Dowdens Farm, Hartgrove, Shaftesbury. 'Three competitors were also highly oommended and five were commended, all of whom received certificates of efficiency from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    outing was borne by Dr. Gardener, the rector. Assault in Cleveland. - Before the Gnisborongh Magistrates this (Tuesday) meaning Thos. Hartgrove, a resolute-looking man, was charged by W. Eden, of Saltburn, with assaulting him on the 15th inst. From the Subscribers-only content

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