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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fonthill, and Mr. L. Loyd, Monk's Orchard, arc the winners for wothere ; Messrs. Palmor, Olbiddesden, and Mr. J. Read, Homington, for owes, and Sir E. Hulse. Beart., cud Mr. . T. Twidell, Mifield, for lambs.-The Shropshiues are an exceedingly Subscribers-only content

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    some watches and chains, bearing his Boya High- ness's arms and crest, and enclosed in morocco Cass The down at Homington, about two miles from id Salisbury,. and in the immediate vicinity of the le race plain, has been inspected Subscribers-only content

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    the best known blood, several of them being by a splendid Ram.from the noted Floeck of Mr. .J. Reade, of Homington, which was pur- chased last year for 65 Guineas. Catalogues-may be had of the auctioneers, Wallingford. OXFORD GREAT RAM- Subscribers-only content

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    j ll and weary, has been admitted into the infirmary at 3 - n Salisbury, and the strange sounds at Homington have r r now oeased, whilst she herself is very munh better than . .; at the time of Subscribers-only content

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    18 miles, and from Crowder's lane thl re - mainder was soon accomplished, the boundary between tme ge parishes of Homington and Castle Doningtont being clearly fa Wdeined by a bank. On roaching home the parish turned to out to Subscribers-only content

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    root sond others in carriages, thle ex- 2 tremoety extenelve and beauitiful view from the field-patha was much admired. At Homington they inspected thev remains of, the religious house8, now the~ proport.~ of Sir John Crewe, now in the occupation Subscribers-only content

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    Derby Road Swifts by I goal to O. It wvaq a hard fought game, neither sido having ecoerd at oalEtinme. Homington baatSawley All Sintei by 3 bofle to 2. II the first; half Hemington scorecd twico, but; drI.y had Lb Subscribers-only content

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    marriage took place at Lockington Church of th bMiss Alice H. Andrews, only daughter of Mr. th Charles Andrews. of Homington (late of Derby), and (E I Mr. Frederick John Greasley, of Ookbrook. The tn church had been prettily decorated Subscribers-only content

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    the Vicarage, Coombe Bissett, the Rev. Henry Smith Pollard, M.A., Line. Coll., Oxford, 27 yeare vicar of Coombe Bissett and Homington, Wilts., in the 75th year of his age. On the 4th inst., at Castle Donington, Leicestershire, the Rev. Robert Subscribers-only content

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    the Ram Lambs have been bred this year. Many of the Young Ewes were obtained from Mr. James Read of Homington, Salisbury, wliose Flock was dispersed last year. The Rams used this year were purchased from the flocks of H Subscribers-only content

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    the Ram Lambs have been bred this year. Many of the Young Ewes were obtained from Mr. James Read, of Homington, Salisbury, whose Flock was dispersed last year. The Rams used this year were purchased from the flocks of H. Subscribers-only content

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    genuine tenant driver, and yet this was given by Mr Dibbin on Monday last at Mr James Read's sale at Homington, near Salisbury. The lamb was cheap at the price, for who can calculate the effect of such a ram Subscribers-only content

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    in the neighbourhood of Salisbury by a case of sup- posed witchcraft at Homington, a village about four miles from the city. The person said to have been bewitched was a little girl named Lydia Hewlett, ased nine, and her Subscribers-only content

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    Benson, Clerk, LL.B., haa been nominated by the Dean and Chapter of Salisbury Ca- M.edral, to the Perpetual Curacy of Homington, void L v the resignation of the Rev. E. Benson, Clerk, M.A. The Rev. J. Corfe, Clerk. M.A., has Subscribers-only content

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    patroness. The ReT - G. L. Benson, LL.B. Vicar of Salisbury Cathedral, has been licensed to tbe perpetual Curacy of Homington, Wilts, void by tbe resignation of E. Benson, Clerk, orr the nomination of tbe Dean and Chapter of Salisbury. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6d. by Major W. Parker, M.P., each to John Hume, Bobt. Eary, Chas. Ardby, George Hume, all of Bures; John Homington, Heuuy; and \. m. Hume. Honey : Wm. Partridge, Newton. Mr. Charles Boggis, of Bures, contributed the only real Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Roe, of Newark ; best Sou'hdowns, to Lord Walsingham ; best Hampshire or Wiltshire downs, to Mr. Read, of Homington ; best Shropshire, to Lord Chesham. The Duke of Edinburgh, attended by Prince Edward of Saxe-Coburg, arrived at the Subscribers-only content

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    Roe, of Newark ; best Sou* bdowns, to Lord Walsingham ; best Hampshire or Wiltshire downs, to Mr. Read, of Homington : best Shropshire, to Lord Chesham. The Duke of Edinburgh, attended by Prinoe Edward of Saxe-Coburg, arrived at tbe Subscribers-only content

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    Exeter, to Eliza Ann, eldest daughter of Lieutenant Charles U ; ll, R.N., of Kensing- ton Jerrell. Kirk dale. At Homington, near Salisbury, an the 29th of July (having been flrst united according to the rites of the Roman Catholic Subscribers-only content

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    Mining Company, at 2. (Before the Chief Clerk.) Thompson v. Bird, at 11- Harper v. Munday, at 11- Wellesley v. Homington. at 12- Douglas v. Andrews, at I- Robsos v. Robson, Lt 2- Timmis v. Brassey, at 2. (Before Master Subscribers-only content

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