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    men, named Brown, W. Jackson, and Wheeler, were likewise most severely injured: but the chief sufferer was a man named Picket, whose clothes took fire, and his head, chest, shoulders, and back were scorched in a shocking manner. To extin- Subscribers-only content

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    be gien- f by ltter fces of postage) to Fatlows and Adcock, Ilalkiu Str eet West, Beigrave Square, and 19, Picket Strcet, Strand. DEAtCON'S COFFEE-HOUSE, 3, WALBROOK, CITY. TRADESMEN, ManufacturerS,, Solicitors, Ste., having occasion to advertise in the Provincial or Subscribers-only content

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    Talley, Cburch at. Hackney, grocer. [Bennett & Paul, Bucklersbury. 1. Shindler, Brompton, Kent, butcher. [Baxter, Lincown's Wun fields. W. lMason, Picket at. Strand, bookseller. [Le Blanc & Co. New Bridgp at. Blackfriars. r. Warr, Blandford Foram, Dorsetabire, builder. [Berford, Temple. Subscribers-only content

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    most painful to her family and fiiends. M. Dupin, the elder, at the age of 86 years. At his residence, Picket place, Mr Wrench, the veteran comedian, after a short but very oppressive asthmatic com- plaint, He was in his Subscribers-only content

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    THE WAR. OPENING OF THE FIRE AND PROGRESS OF THE BOMBARDDMENT. EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 9.-This morning, at daybreak (writes the 'Times'' correspondent), the allied batteries simultaneously opened fire on the defences of Sebastopol, taking the enemy completely by surprise. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Newchurch

    as the Black Horse Inn . A chapel was erected by Thomas Player on a piece of free land called Picket Close at his own cost, dedicated to St. Thomas and consecrated by Bishop Trelawney in 1719 . 3 By

 

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