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    to be t expended, at his discretion, for the behefit of the aged and t deservingpoor of the parish of Patrixbourne: audhe makes I this bequest as an expression of his opinion that the money so given will be moro Subscribers-only content

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    dr Trnthfnl beat Ironpleto Glenalmond beat Royal Blue I avy Malahidebeat Broalrd; Peasant Lad beat Master Toen Ducnna, a bye Patrixbourne a bye, Dahlia dr HUNTING APPOINTMIENTS. AE.n1nrovTON (at l).-Tlursday, Batchacre Satur. day, 27, Apley. ATExRnS'OrNE, (at 11).-Thursday, March 25, Subscribers-only content

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    beat TeaPspla BacrIoe Coutsso. Market Bay beat Dalcardo THlE PURSE. Glenalmond beat Hamishl I Truthful beat Duenns. Plheasant Lad bt Patrixbourne Gay halabiel, a bye ; lenalcuond beat Peasant Lad I Truthful beat Gay Mfaletide The stake was divided. THE Subscribers-only content

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    Woodlark beat Coba. Wiiheimlna and Woodlark divided the stakes. The UFFINGTON STAKES, for Al Ages, at £4. 103. es IV. Patrixbourne beat Sentry I Wellington beat Dexterity Patribournes and Wellington divided tho stakes. THE KINGSTON STAKES. Mr. Graham's Glenartney beat Subscribers-only content

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    J. I Hayhoe's Movement, by Malt Liquor-Jessie IMr. S. Ridley ns Access, by Depend on Ale-Amnsement, agSI Mr. E. Cross's Patrixbourne, by Great Gable- Gay Saraband Mr. '. Bache's Buccleuch, by Donald-Battle Cry. agst Mr.H., I Brunwin's First Choice, by Subscribers-only content

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    The christening of the Earl of Mountcharleg, the infant son of the Marquis Coniynghau, is fixed for Saturday next, at Patrixbourne Churcb, isear Blifroll. IHer Majesty the Queen, it is st5ted, will be god-mother. The steam tramway between Bumy~and Manchester Subscribers-only content

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    sponsor ol Saturday, by proxv, at thi christening of the child of Lord Mountrchailes, heiir of the Marrquis Coeynghamn, at Patrixbourne. The central hall all(d courts of the Royal cutert; cl Justice weill hi ope01 to the publie on Thursday Subscribers-only content

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    The jury ordered a steam threshing machine to be handed over to himm. smoicri PRErEM1R3ENTS.-Rev. Francis T. Vine, vicar of Patrixbourne, near Canterbury, chaplain to the Marquis of Coisytgliam, rector of Eastington. near Gloucester; Rev. J. P. A. Bowers, minor Subscribers-only content

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    at 12, and Oct. 8, at half-past 1,-lol. Francis, Birsmngiham.-Official i assigne, Cannan. B PARTNEIBSHIPS DISSOLVED. 8 Garner and Taassli, Patrixbourne, Kent, farmers, IT Tuckett and Son, Bristol, grocers. Clover and Royle. Liverpool and Birkenhead, ship builders; as far as Subscribers-only content

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    .Iarrtaqe5. BAfksee-HrsernoG-Janunary 27tb, at St. Laurence Chusrch, Pudsey by the fev. D. Milligan, William Henry, third son of James Banks, Wet" House, to Mary, third daushter of J. Edward Uininlgs. Pudsay. ( BMIRY-STCIRLErON..-Janusary 27th, at St. John's Church, Andrewv Subscribers-only content

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    MY.; Mr. Wynne, M.P,; Rev. Dr. Ty ng, of New Yorlok; Rev. Robert J. M'Ghee, Rev. Joih Stevenson, Vricar of Patrixbourne; Rev. E. J. Spoci, Itev. I. Bunting (Wesleyan minister); Messrs, Stapleton, R. Baxter, A. Haldane, Wilbraliam Taylor, R. B. Subscribers-only content

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    license, on Tuesday, at the Parish Church of All Saints, Ennismrore Gardens. The Rev. Francis Thomas Vine, M.A., vicar of Patrixbourne, Rent, domestic chaplain to the marquis, assisted by the Rev. J. Blomefield, the vicar, officiated. MARInAGE OF iRINCE5S JEANNE Subscribers-only content

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    THE MARQUIS OF.j CONYNGSRAM. Tin. remains of the late MAarquis of Conyngham: were interred yesterday in the family vault at Patrixbourne, Canterbury. The funeral proces- sion included1 Lord Colville, representing the, Queen, and tenantry on the Kent estates. MEETING OF Subscribers-only content

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    which, wit aftetre d9 found in a fielh. A memorial of tbe late Mlarquis Congnqiha Tn has been erected in Patrixbourne Churcch. it takes tIho fornm of a stained-glase window, whic has been erected near tlhe family pew of ti Subscribers-only content

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    serious case of sheep worrying is reported from Canterbury. During Wednesday night the flock of fat sheep on Hode Farm, Patrixbourne, the property of Mr. Bradbury Tassell, a well-known breeder of prize sheep, was attacked by two greyhounds, and terrible Subscribers-only content

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    Patron, a Lord Lilford. t Rev. E. J. Boxby; incumbent of All Souls', Brighton. s Rev. J. Stevenson, vicar of Patrixbourne; honorary canon . in Canterbury Cathedral. Rev. C. M. Ottley, M.A., rector of Aylesbury; curate in sole charge of Subscribers-only content

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    gtc siadifital. - I e ,m. di di( THE BISHOP OF TRUIZZO. all The Queen hias been graciously pleased to appoint dii the Rev. Edward White Benson, D.D., Canon Residenl in tiary and Chancellor of Lincoln Cathedral, to be Subscribers-only content

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    Ryle.-The inceumbency of n St. James', Edinburgh, vacant by the resignation of the lb Rev. J. H. Crowder.-Thc vicarage of Patrixbourne, in the st county of Kent, and peculiar of Canterburv. Value per se annum .3501., with the glebe-house. Patron, Subscribers-only content

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    Royal Library, Espisnade. Doreheoter t William Barclay; end all Back- sellers. WORKS PUiBLISHED BY THE REV. JOHN STEVENSON, Vicar of Patrixbourne with Bridge, Canterbury. PDERFECT LOVE: Memorials of the late John X and Elizabeth Wolfe. 15th thousand 8vo cloth, price Subscribers-only content

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    or before the day of meeting. Sept. 19. C. C. Mereer, Margate, builder. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Mary Garner and W. Tassell, Patrixbourne, Kent, farmers-Elinor Tuckett and C. Tuckett, Bristol, grocers-G. Clover, G. R. Clover, and J. Royle, Liverpool, and Birken- head, Subscribers-only content

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