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    Volume G 247, January 1648, 01 January 1648-31 January 1648

    Ant. Hillary. Dr. Wren. Knoyle. Wm. Clifford. James Whit ney. Donhead. John Legg. Walter Bisse. Bishopstrow. John Pacey. Rich. Hide. Millsome [Milston ? ] . John Smith. Rob. Tutt. Barford. Thos. Rashley. Edw. Hide. Grimstead. Wm. Warriner. Dr. Newland. Ham. Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    Stainissa-Taylar v. Ifill-Thompson, v. Thompson. At 1lk: Westminster Insurance Society-Cooper v. Read. At 12: Win- ggrove v. Line-Lupton v. Thorutill. Millsome v. Milsome, at I12i-Ito LoCkYer, at I-Solvency Assurance Company, at 2 and 3. a EQUITY COURTS.-MARCR 1M' In (Before Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    D. Ellison, North Kilworth. WESTMORELAND. "Qp to W °U now."- Mra. Tester, Bouneea. WIXTSHIRK "A great deal stronger." -Mr. J. Millsome, Box- hill, WOEOISSTERSHIRE. "Stronger in body snd mind." - Mr. A. J , Bagott, Great Malvern. YORKSHIRE. * Grateful Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    D. Ellison, North Kilworth. WESTMORELAND. "^J" 66 weU now."- Mrs. Tester. Bonnes... WILTSHIRE. "A great deal stronger." - Mr. J. Millsome, Box- hill. WORCESTERSHIRE. "Stronger in body and mind." - Mr. A. J Bagott, Great Malvern. YORKSHIRE. "Grateful thanks. '-Mr. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    v. Mendhain- Werminkc v.uarho -W ebb v. Byng, at half-pust 1 1- Penrioe v. Leatherdale, at half-past 11- Milsome v. Millsome, at 12- Wylie v. Wylie, at half-p-iat 12- Pilchard v. Norris, at 1- Potvell r. Kevse, at 2- Langton Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    v. Bath- Smith v. Wetherell. Fryer v. Beckett, at 12}. At 1 : Laughton v. Laughton- Melton v. Day. Millsome v. Millsome, at IV- March v. Alexander at 2. * EQUITY COURTS.- Feb. 20. (Before the Lord Chancellor.) RIDGEWAY v. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    wife, Ist West India Regiment, Mr. Jos. Francis, Mr. Anderson, Mrs. Sanguinetti, Mrs. Bridge, and the Rev. G. and Mrs. Millsome. From Barbadoes.- Mr. H. Loneg, R.N., surgeon, H.M.S. Vestal. From St. Vincent.- J. Beresford, Esq., and servant. From Demerara.- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    hetworth Goffe, Joseph, jun. Hale House Mill. Sir J. B. Bart. Mottisfont Butlei, William John. Warblington Goldfinch, Richard, Little Faith Millsome, Tho. H. Wonston Button, Joseph, Burton Goldsmith, James, Sobeiton Minchin. Earwaker. Bishop's Sutton 8,.m. Colonel, Warbiogton Goodchild. Thomas, Hartley Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    been said about it.- Tbe policeman proved bis having bad the summons to deliver. -Tbe jnry acquitted tbe prisoner. John Millsome was indicted for stealing a gander, at Sher- field the property of Charles Brown.- A woman, named Winter aaw Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE MOON'S CHANGES-jAiruAsr. Last Quarter, 16th, 3 minutes past five afternoon. New Moon, 24th, 18 minutes past seven evening. ♦ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    t HOUSE OF COMMONS.- THURSDAY. j Mr. Gladstone returned to his place after his reoen» soci- -1 dent, and was warmly welcomed from both sides of the H.>ns . ! At'sw»rin« a q-iesti on frjm Mr. Hasbobt-Tbact, he stated Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    DESTRUCTION OF MAILS. New Yobb, Dbc 22.- 8y tbe deatruction ot the Westward mail van of a train on the New York Central Railway, the Trans-Pacific foreign mail haa been destroyed, aa well as a large portion of the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LOCAL STOCK AND SHABE LIST. J. J, BUBNETT AND SONS. STOCKAND 3HABB BBOKEBS, 2, HIGH-STBBET, SOUTHAMPTON. __BT_>. 1848. ■g 1 Dividend 3-d p. ot. p.aa §3 Name of Stock. Prices. >__ -g „• _**** 2.>* « _"■* 100 Southampton Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ECCLESIASriCAL INTELLIGENCE TBB Bishop of Bly has bean sufferiog front an attack of influenza, bat it making good progress to- wards recovery. , iV _ . Thb Bishop of HoU has received **• Volunteer Officers' Decoration for twenty years Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    AN OFFICIAL VISIT TO THE "BROOKLYN." Early this morning the United States battle- ship Brooklyn, which during the Naval Review has been sojourning at Spithead, and which during the past few days has been coaling in Southampton Water, will Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SOUTHAMPTON CORN EXCHANGE, FRIDAY. _rar market to-day was thinly attended. Wheat met a very slow sale, and prices had a drooping tendency. Barley, oat*, beans, and peas a slow sale, and prices the turn in buyers' favour. Flour Is Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    FAREHAM. November 10. Concbbt.- On Monday tbe same party who gave a concert at Tifchtield gave anotber at the Assembly Rooms ia tbis town, but unfortunately on .account of tbe strange pre .rence for the fireworks that were let Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SOUTHAMPTON DISPENSABY. ra-ients iinciucung dental cases) admitted, during the week) 43 Patients (including dental cases) discharged during the week) 38 Visitors for November.- Bey. Dr. Wright and Mr. C. A. Day. Nov. 16, 1871. Wi_j_A~d Peabce, Besident Dispenser. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SOUTHAMPTON SAILORS' HOME. Numh- r\f k__- #*._. •__ »__ .. _. _. . ... T___ " w *" v "*-* u P«ea ror tbe week ending Oc*. -ttn, 1879 9o N^i^Sf*. < J^_. _? B * i^^ °°° u Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BIBTH3 AND DEATHS BEGISTEBED IN SOUTHAMPTON. Dr. Wellealey Harria. Medical Officer of Health, report* teat for the week ended the 6th nut, apon aa estimated population of 87,913 in the Municipal 3orough, the death rate had been 10*7. The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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