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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jesus Col.- legre.-First Class: Smith, King's; Smith, Jolio's; Humphreys, Tri- nity; Fanshawe, Corpus, and Haslam, John's; Manse], Trinity; I-Tart, John's; Kempthorne, John's; Galabin, Trinity, and Sutton, Christ's; Hewitt, John's, and Witt, Peter's; Shuckhburgh, Emmanuel, and Wood, Emmanuel; Crawley, Trinity, and Subscribers-only content

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    travelling a short distance between the Arnold and Grey townships, was speedily followed by the dis- appearance of four men-Mattlien, Kempthorne, Dudley, and Pontius -who had been seen crossing the Maungatapu Range, between the Wakamarina and Nelson. In each case Subscribers-only content

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    1832, therefore, the world generally has accepted this assertion as a fact. But between 1837 and 1846 Commanders Cruttenden and Kempthorne, of the Indian navy, and Surgeon-Major Vaughan, of the Bombay Medical Staff, proved that Arabia and the opposite Soumali Subscribers-only content

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    in tbe after- c noon, she was going to her bedroom to dress, I and when on the landing Mr. Kempthorne came P out of his bed-foom, put his arm around her, and dragged Ii Lher through his dressing-room, and Subscribers-only content

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    of Rene- floes; Status of Assistant Curates. Reader: Mr. Sydney Godge Speakers: Rev. M. R. Neligan and Rev. J. A.- Kempthorne. 4.15 to 5.15 -Perish Cosissdis Bil: Reader: Chancellor Dib- din. Speaker: M-r. P. V. Smith. TauNt HALL.-7.30 to 9.30 Subscribers-only content

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    dealer, d. e. to *ur. Feb 5 and March 9, at 11, at Sie the Somerset Hotel, Wells.-Sods. Naish and Kempthorne, at Glastfnbury.-pet. cr. Wm. Jolliffe Gregory, Klrgweston. id Somerset, innholder. DAY Thomas Starling, of the hamlet of Eaton, in Subscribers-only content

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    Trim. Hewitt, Joh. I Frnshawe, Corpus Witt, Pot. Haslam, Joh. Shuckhlurglh, Emm. Manse], Trin. Wood, Emnm. Hart, Joh. Crawley, Trio. Kempthorne, Joh. Holliwnworth, King's SECO1.D CLAS. Saxby, Trin. ( Casswell, Trin. H. Ebden, Caius Massie, Joh. Maccoll, Dlown. Argles, Trin. Subscribers-only content

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    were attacked, and thirty-five person;-mpor ,Ocu, and children-were indiscriminately masaasred. Iveenty are missing, three of whom-Messrs. Soott, Poyn- toD and Kempthorne (the latter a son of Mr. S. Kernp fobs, of Farnell)-are believed to have been kills . tfeither sex Subscribers-only content

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    it was believed that India was the home of the frankincense. But between 1837 and 18 Co0m- manders Cruttenden and Kempthorne, of the Indian Navy, and Surgeon-Major' Vaughan, of the Bombay Medical Staff, proved that Arabiaaend the opposite Sonmanli coast Subscribers-only content

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    was formed on the arrival of the train to thc churchyard, where it was met by the choir and Arohdeacon Kempthorne, the rector, and as it passed to the church an appropriate hymn was sung. 'ike mourners included Mr. Douglas Subscribers-only content

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    as a aaissionary as far back as the year 1852. The Bishop of MIanoehester yesterday instituted the Rev. John Augutne Kempthorne, MA., to the vicarage of S.. Mi, Rochdale, void by the death. of the Rev. R. N. Sharpe. The Subscribers-only content

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    Levy, the Jew, and two men narned Kelly and Burgess. They are beheved to have murdered four travellers, named Mathieu, Kempthorne, Duid- ley, and Pontius, on their way from the Deep Creek to Nelson, whilst crossing the, Maungatapu. In this Subscribers-only content

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    and thirty-five persons-men, women, and t I children-wereiudiscriminately massacred. Twenty f are missing, three of whom-.Messrs Scott, Poyn. ton, and Kempthorne (the latter a son of MN-ssrs. .. S. Kempthorme, of Parneii)-are believed to have been killed. -Neither sex nor Subscribers-only content

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    March 3, 10 am. Judges-Right Honourables Mr. Justice Morris and Baron Deasy. TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. JUNIOR SOPHISTERS, SUPPLEMENTALISTS. FnRsT CLASS,-Williams, Kempthorne, Car- michael, Barker, Odium. SECOND CLASS -Leslie (Crawley, Stoate), equal; Cahill, Oldham (1MSullivan, Line, Matnsell), equal. THiRD CLASS.-(Easton, Johnston, Subscribers-only content

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    'T'ottenhans-cosst-road, writers on lasss- 3. and J. Dobson, York, woollen-drapers-T. and J. Field, Birming- hamn,whitesiniths-W. N. Allford aiid NV XV. Kempthorne, Sherborne, attorneys-J. Tao lor anet Co., Birmingham, basikers, so far as reonrds F. Lloya-T. Cockcroft and T. Ramsdoni, IHdlifax, Subscribers-only content

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    W. Yule, H. F. Leigh, C. c J. ANWodehouse, M. Graves, J. N. Blagden, T. I H. 1irley, P. H-. Kempthorne, H. H. Skrine, G. H. f Ward, R. Baynall, T. Turner, A. T. Cowie, R. P. I Newhouse, A. Subscribers-only content

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    and 5th uit. a most impressive sermon was preached on the evening of the 4th, by the Rev. John Kempthorne, Is It.1D. Chaplain to the lion. and Right Rev. Lord Bishop of mt Liclifield, from Isaiah, chap. 61), ver. a. Subscribers-only content

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    by the Dean of Gloucester; ,Dr. Ci Hall, Prebendary;, Archdleacons Wetherall and Onslow; Iti Dr.:-Cotske, 4and- the Rev. Messrs. Cornwall, Kempthorne, D Close,. Ford, Sayer. Cooper, T. Keble, Browne, Powell, D Estcourt, and Phillips. and unanimously adopted. The V tenor Subscribers-only content

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    Job.; Jones, D., Trio.; Jones, H. R. hi., ve Trin.; Jones, W., Trin.: Kelly, Trin. H.; Kemp, Trio. U H.; Kempthorne, Trin.; Ker, Joh.; Kinderaley, Jesus; Kirkpatrick, Trio.; Knight, Oath.; Lancheater, Clare; ty Lee, T. W., Triu.; Lee, Magd.; Lias, Subscribers-only content

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    JoHN's CoLL;GI.-The undermentioned ap. r pointments in St. John's College were made on Friday and r Saturday last: d ExHanIrrioNRsa-Johnson's: Kempthorne, Sparkes. Lop- d ton and Hebblethwaites: Pitman, Redhead. Munstaven's : Stokes. Newcome's: Gammon. Somerset: (HerefordSchool), I Bulmer; ditto (Manchester Subscribers-only content

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