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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, ENGLISI OPERAJI-lOUSE, STRAND.. io.MFORROW', Ang. -12htb will be preseoteid (sixth time) 1.GORDON, the Gypsey. After wvhich (iith tiroe) OVE -AMONG THE ROSES, or the Master Iev. To ,conclude with (second time in this Theatre) the HtGHLAND REEL. Subscribers-only content

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    the highest credit on the amiabble aed intelligent mind of that Princess. A So017ROTBIeRE "1GHOST" STORY,- The haunted house at Muchelney is one of those extraordinary cases which puzzeh the scientific, furnish food to the super- stitiolfs, and excite the Subscribers-only content

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    in ritU, May last, is about to be restored by its owner, the Rev. and S. Ogilvy Baker, Rector of Muchelney, to its proper resting-place amongst the Scottish regalia at Echo Ifteer burgh. So generous a gift deserves notice. eart, Subscribers-only content

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    on about sixty-five more farms in the Yeovil district. The disease continues to spread in the neighbourhood of Langport. It has also made its appearance on several farms at Muchelney. Three fresh oases have also occurred in the Dorchester division. Subscribers-only content

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    AND APPOINTMENTS. Rev. Austin Charles Adye; vicar of Nun Ormsby, Lin- colnshire. Rev. Samuel Ogelvy Baker, B.A.; perpetual curate of Muchelney. Rev. J. Baly, rector of Falmouth; archdeacon of Cal- cuttat. Rev. J. Bra dsbaw, vicar of Christ Church, West Subscribers-only content

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    felt by several persons, and one woman waa so frightened that she either fell or roUed out of bed. At Muchelney and Kingsbury Episcopi, near Langport, people were awoke by the rattling of lamps and win- dows. The morning was Subscribers-only content

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    people were awoke by the rattling of the windows and the furniture in their bedrooms. Similar noises were heard at Muchelney and Kingsbury Episcopi, near Langport. At Seavington the postman distinctly felt the shock, the noise of which he described Subscribers-only content

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    ford, Babcary, Farringdon Stert, Queen's Camel, West Camel, Yeovilton, Puddimore, Ilchester, Nothover, Charlton Mackrel, Charlton Adam, Charlton Kingston, Somerton, Ham, Muchelney, Long Sutton, Upton, Knowle, Huish Episcope, Langport, Aller Langport, otherwise Langport Es- tover, the common lands appertaining or belonging Subscribers-only content

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    t-»rd, Babcary, Farringdon Stert, Queen's Camel, "est Camel, Yeovilton, Puddimore, Ilchester, Nothover, Charlton Mackrel, Charlton Adam, Charlton Kingston, Somerton, Ham, Muchelney, I<ong Sutton, Upton, Knowle, Huish Episcope, Langport, Aller Langport, otherwise Langport Es- tover, the common lands appertaining or belonging Subscribers-only content

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    ford, Babcary, Farringdon Stert, Queen's Camel, West Camel, Yeovilton, Puddimore, Ilchester, Nothover, Charlton Mackrel, Charlton Adam, Charlton Kingston, Somerton, Ham, Muchelney, Long Sutton, Upton, Knowle, Huish Episcope, Langport, Aller Langport, otherwise Langport Es- tover, the common lands appertaining or belonging Subscribers-only content

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    Nua Ormsby. Lincoln- shire. Rev. Samuel Ogeley Baker, to Pepetual Curacy of Muchelney liev. J. Baly, Rector of Falmauth, to Archdeaconry of Calcutta Rev. George Thos. Orlando Bridgman, to an Honorary Canonrv in Chester Cathedral. ' Rev. Fitzwilliam Wenpoorth Atkins Subscribers-only content

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    characteristic features of the quaint old half-timbered buildings of the County of Cheshire. Similar buildings are also being erected at Muchelney, in Somersetshire ; at Ho^mepierrepont, in Nottinghamshire ; at Staton, in Devonshire; on the Aston Cantlow Estate, Warwickshire ; Subscribers-only content

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    4 0 0 Langport, per the Rev. JobnChard 29 0 9 Drayton, per the Rev. S. Alford 5 16 4 Muchelney, per ditto .. . 10 6 Christ Cburch, Surrey, perthe Rev. Ma- pleton 218 10 7 Ferry Fry stou, Subscribers-only content

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    Street 11.' ,> t Saturday ...1100 Common . 11 o I Langport, V. 8. Wood's Tuesday Sandpits HiU .1_'.!".1M3 Friday Muchelney ... 10,5 ' Lewis's, C.-ipt. H Tuesday.. Glyn Ret Wharf '...11.30 < Priday Round Table USO t Newton, near Subscribers-only content

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    . . Flagg 11. 0 Thursday. Mouldriilge Grange .... 11. 0 .. _, Saturday.. Sheldon 11.0 Langport, Mr. W00d... Monday. Muchelney U. 0 _ ._. Friday Isle Brewers 11. 0 west Street. Tuesday .. . Ripple MiU 10.30 Thursday. . Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. . I I] l X TING APPOINTMENTS. [Masters of hounds are particularly requested to forward ! tbeir hunting ; \-< ointments at latest by Thursday night's ■ post, toon, - .nig correspondent, No. 1, Clements- inn : Subscribers-only content

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    Tuesday, TTeffas Cross • Fri- day, Stonehouse Wen, 11.30. High Peak- Tuesday, Hurdlow House; Satuiday, Pike Hall, 12. Langpoit- Monday, Muchelney ; Saturday, Coot Gate Inn, Montgomery- Wednesday, Old Castle; Friday, Cock Inn, Forden, 10. Newcastle acd Gateshead- Monday, Sunnyside; Subscribers-only content

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    E., D.D., vicar of Christ Church, Ella- coitabc, Torquay ; rector of Selsey, Sussex. Targeit, Rev.' J.; perpetual curate of Muchelney, Langport. Tayloß, Rev. IL, curate ; vicftr of Wrockwardine, Salop - patron, the Hon. R. C. Herbert, Chancellor of Subscribers-only content

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    0 E. Hayes, Esq 3 30 Muss.*. Tarry, Sherlock, Mrs. Le Gros Clark 3 30 and King 26 5 0 Muchelney Cliurch, '■ G. fl. Sanueman, Esq. .. 26 5 U Somerset 3 30 C. Pro bin, Esi 26 5 Subscribers-only content

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    End ; Wednesday, Ingstone ; Satur- day, Pcncoyd Cross, 11. Scotch well- Tuesday, Camrose ; Friday, Tiers Cross, Seavington- Monday, Muchelney; Thursday, Barrington Gate, 11. West Street- Tuesday, Woodnesboro' ; Thursday, Shep- perdswell Mill ,- Saturday, Sutton, 11. Wolverton '_, Subscribers-only content

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