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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House of Commons will now no longer pass Bucklebury and Kingsclere Inclosure Bills. These were considered as cases of pecnisiary injustice to the poor. But there are other kinds of injustice, besides pecuniary; injustice to the whole nation, as well Subscribers-only content

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    the House adjourned. Wednesday, April 20. A long discussion took place upon the motion for the third reading of the Kingsclere enclosure bill. The motion was vigorously opposed by Mr WAKLEY, Mr FIELDER, and Mr GODSON; but, after three divisions Subscribers-only content

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    of the defendant, it appeared that on Satur- day, the 30th of January, a fox was run to ground near Kingsclere. It was dug out and brought to the kennels, when the master ordered it to be chained up in Subscribers-only content

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    the Examiner a fortnight ago, has aroused the indignation of the lovets of the chase residing in the district of Kingsclere, where the cruelty was perpetrated, and a notice has been sent to Mr Marsh prohibiting him from drawing their Subscribers-only content

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    tIle Parsonage, 'awtvl-Phiudee. Pusnjab, the wife of the Rev J K Stutirt, IIA, chaislain, of a set-On the trd, at Kingsclere, Woodlands, Hants, the wife of the 11ev G Cardow, of a sOIe -On the 9thilust, at Clifton, the wife Subscribers-only content

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    stable, but this is tile case now, ol Geheimuiss and Shotover both being under the care of of Porter at Kingsclere. Between them the pair have won ts are TwO Thousand Guineas, Oaks, And Derby, acid as r. the victor Subscribers-only content

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    turf, the beat wishes of all sportsmen should be that the pick of the sale should find their way to Kingsclere, Both Harvester and Busybody ara being sent along in their work, and Harvester, who has grown into a grand Subscribers-only content

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    Gatien and Duke of lichnionsi enlv serv- to increase the farle of lair. Ils1amill, as hc sipi, played with the Kingsclere olt. 'o-nierrew cy relectrons a.e -All-aged Stakes, DourE OFr Picmieoai); YEal S`ak(s 5, Nunr; Old Nursery, )uc.Ar or lJ-nv Subscribers-only content

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    who, after cantering about five furlongs, was ridden by G. Chaloner in a nice-pace gallop of about a mile. The Kingsclere horse, who has undergone a nice preparation for the race, appeared to be well suited by the soft going, Subscribers-only content

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    as the victory of Upset to-day and the running of Orbit in the Jubilee Stakes goes to show that the Kingsclere horses are in form, I shall vote for FRIAR'S BALSAM. For the other races I shaU select the following:- Subscribers-only content

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    less arduous character. Miguel, c howfever, wars, in the opinion of John Porter, soK palpably short of work that the Kingsclere trainer is. confident he will be found mnuch better in the D~erby. In~deed, it is mnore than likely that Subscribers-only content

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    1; ar. Mr. W. Low gave 2,500gs for a grand-loouing colt by C.- 11cr'-iabor, and he, of course, goes to Kingsclere. The 1-c s olt by Gailhard-Lottic made 1,150gs, at which price he S rr cs'0ed by, Mr. -Rose; and Subscribers-only content

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    has held the vicarage of Kingsclere, Hants, for the past forty years. The deceased was ordained in 1836. The vacant living is in the gift of Lord Bolton, and the funeral will tahuplace at kingsclere on Saturday afternoon. Au explosion Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING_ WS. To f.t Edtor of the Daily Post.-Sir,-If Croydon i and Leicester are to be regarded as criterions of I what the cross-country sport is to be like during the I winter the outlook is very poor. Leicester, Subscribers-only content

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    such a style Is to make the afHair appear " all over but slout- big," for it was understood at Kingsclere the old horse could not give him morc than about fl61b. How to account for his performance is imllossiblo, Subscribers-only content

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    the vllage of Brimpton, near Newbury. She was on a visit at the rel. deuce of Mr. Eddward, surgeon, of Kingsclere, Hants, and accompanied that gentleman on a ride in his four-wheel L carriage. Mr. Edwards called upon a patient, Subscribers-only content

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    Sir Joseplh HBiwley cull bloeri thurou rorut the present occasion ; nrd the public will receive an inkling of the Kingsclere foran at Nosrthlamrptons, wherer Woirney, Xi, Fakeir, crud Cetytto arc nearly certain to frulfil their engagements. Before proceeding to Subscribers-only content

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    uinable, I fear, to get clown to Sst Rb1, sisoull tactics be changed, acid( Greecn Sleeve carry the(, fortunes cif Kingsclere. Unless Jolittiy Daley is retainedi by his first master, Beron Rlothischild, to ride thle clunlisy liestitittioct, lie will sport Subscribers-only content

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    Meetings," and " Anticipations of Croydon, Bath, Vye, assl Hlarpenden," by THE WIZARD; Notes of a special visit to thie Kingsclere and Stockliridge e Cracks," biy T Il S SPECIAL COMM ISSIONER ; " Doings at la'ewssrke, " by AN Subscribers-only content

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    of these Iseilig Specn- Ilim, See-5riv, St. Borran, Palol Jones, King Alfred, 1osicrurain, tGreell Sleeve, aird Btle Gown. Of the Kingsclere trio, Blue came osit o0l makillg for Taltenbrlrn torner, at wihicll isoint Cap-a-pie and See-Sinl' retired, and Lady l-lieabetir Subscribers-only content

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