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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AuCttOnt GLOUCE STE SALE OF FAT AND STORE STOCK. HENRY BRRUTON has received instructions la from Mr. Richard Vick, of Minsterworth, to EELL by AUCTION, in the Cattle Market, on SATURDAY NEXT, the 27th Octeber, co encing nostpunctually at Eleven Subscribers-only content

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    meeting, it the offices of Messrs. Prothero and Fox, attorneys, Newport, April -30, at 12. . Edmund Hampt4. Moorcroft Farm, Minsterworth, farmer and dealer. First meeting, at the offices ,of Mr. Philip Cooke, solicitor, Pitt Street, Gloucester, May 7. at Subscribers-only content

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    F e911ING SEASON.-Salmonl fishing onthe Severn opened on Friday, and two clean fish of 201b. each c, were caught at Minsterworth, in the tidal waters, while at e Holt Fleet, near Worcester, several from 201b. to 261b. ewere landed, CHILDREN'S Subscribers-only content

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    to the advantage of the former, and strongly urged the claims of the Press Fund upon the newspaper-reading public. At Minsterworth, near Gloucester, on Saturday night, a coroner's jury investigated the particulars of the death of a young shepherd, named Subscribers-only content

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    o'clock in the morning. Catalognies may be had from the Auactioneers, No. 28, Wolver. hampton etreet, Dudley. 727 The Elms, Minsterworth, four miles from Gloucester, and one mile from Oakle Street Station, G.W.R.-Important Sale of 178 CHRISTMAS-FED AND OTHER CATTLE, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Close, Rector of Conington, Rector of Childerley, Cambridge; Rev. W. C. Cooke, curate of St. James's, Gloucester, Vicar of Minsterworth, Gloaeceter; Rev. T P. Courtenay, curate of itforetoubampstead, Vicar of Shaugh Prior, Devonshire; Rev. W. Crouch, assistant curate of Subscribers-only content

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    of tue ihetc Tiight Hore. Hegh Elliott. Mansel-Jtlly 31i, at Tenby, Tsabelia, widow of the Rev. Lort MIalnsel, Vicar of Minsterworth, anti eldest daughter of the late Right Rev. Wm. Lort tansel, D.V)., Bisheop of Bristol, and Master of Trinlity Subscribers-only content

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    NORWICH MARRIED. On the 19th ult., at Minsterworth, Gloucestershire, Mr. W. Cramb, of Melton Constable, to Sarah Emma, younger daughter of Mr. C. E. Wells. Minsterworth. On the 20th ult., at Harleston. Edmund David youngest son of D. Coleby, Esq., Subscribers-only content

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    31st ult., at Tenby, aged 76, Isabella, widow of the Rev. Lort Mansel, Vicar of Minsterworth, and eldest daughter of the late Right Rev. William Lort Mansel, D.D., Bishop of Bristol and Master of Trinity College, Cambridge. On the 7th Subscribers-only content

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    he declined to officiate on the second occasion. ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. Rev. J. Bailey, to Abram, Lancaster. Rev. W. Belfour, to Minsterworth V. Rev. C. E. BlencoWe, to Marston St. Lawrence-cum-Wark- worth. Rev. J. W. Bliss, to Ham R. Rev. F. Subscribers-only content

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    E. D. Clarke,) the Rev. Lort Mansel, B. A. of Trinity college, Oxford, Vicar of Minsterworth, Gloucestershire, to Isabella Mansel, eldest daughter of the late Lord Bishop of Bristol. Ou the 12th inst. Mr. John Angood, farmer, to Miss R. Subscribers-only content

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    the Society : The late John Thompson, Esq., of Nottingham. £500, duty free ; the late Jeremiah Hawkins, Esq., of Minsterworth, £->00 duty free ; the late Rev. C. Ingleby, of Cheadle, £10o' duty free ; and the late C. Subscribers-only content

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    boy's emigration is only £10. Fatal Foolhabdiness. - Among hundreds who last Thursday morning went from Gloucester and district to Minsterworth to witness the grand sight of the Severn Bore, wera three excursionists from Bristol. Engaging a small pleasure boat Subscribers-only content

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    in con- clusion, strongly urged the claims of the Press Fund upon the newspaper reading public. KILLED BY LIGHTNING. At Minsterworth, near Gloucester, on Saturday night, a coroner's jury investigated the particulars of the death of a young shepherd named Subscribers-only content

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    invest. The debtor is now a labourer on a farm which had been owned by the family for generations. At Minsterworth, near Gloucester, on Saturday night, a coroner's jury investigated the particulars of the death of a young shepherd named Subscribers-only content

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    the exports 157 millions, against 193 millions. The parcel post exports were six millions, against eight millions in 1892. At Minsterworth, near Gloucester, on Saturday night, a coroner's jury investigated the particulars of the death of a young shepherd named Subscribers-only content

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    of Minsterworth, and a ft* to sport over a very large poriion of the whole parish. t ur further particulars, application may be made to Mr. I?***, the Proprietor, No. 44, Southampton-row, Russell- s***■, London; the Rev. H. B.Evans, Minsterworth, Subscribers-only content

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    suit- able ehbe r for melons er pines ; lawn shrubberies, and other conveniences, at Hygrove. in the pari*h of Minsterworth, about three miles from the City of Glonce ster, forming alto- gether a most desirable residence for a Family Subscribers-only content

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    of Minsterworth, and a right to sport over a very large portion ofthe whole parish. For further particular!), application may be made to Mr.' Evans, the Proprietor, No. 44, Southampton-row, Russeil- Suare, London ; the Rev. H. B. Evans, Minsterworth, Subscribers-only content

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    are agit- able .biter for melons or pines 1 lawn shrubberies, and other cOhv.ni-nces, at Hygrove. in the parish of Minsterworth, about three miles from the City of Gloucester, to ruling alto- gether a most desirable residence for a- Farailv Subscribers-only content

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