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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the necessities for levies to make good the deficiency between the income and expenditure. The auditors conoludltd by complimenting Mr. Ratclyffe, the 0.S. of the Order, on the clear and accurate manner in which the accounts were kept. The report Subscribers-only content

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    in sound mind.-The jury returned a verdict of "Suicide while in a state of temporary insanity." DrrirmmivD SucitDc -Mr. Robert Ratclyffe, com- mission agent, of Abermaino Villas, Chestnut Road, Mloseley. committed suicide on Sunday morning in a very determined manner. Subscribers-only content

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    Cayhill Tom Eatclyffe (48), commissnon agent, Chestnut Road, Moseley, who committed suicide on Sunday morning by banging himself. Ellen Mary Ratclyffe, the widow of the deceased, stated that on Sunday morning about half-past nine he had some coffee, and remarked Subscribers-only content

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    Armetrong, Miss Cartwvright. (Ai~lllo), Mrs. Cottrell-Dormer"Miss Leslie Mel- Ville, Miss F. Leslie MAelville Cartwright, Mr. Ralph Calttwrught, Air, and Mirs. Ratclyffe, etc. Amongst the dresses, Mirs. No'rman RemenY woie a black and white muslin, trimmed with lace and cerise ribbons, Subscribers-only content

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    on WhittirgtOnl H-eath. Some of thetrsops hbave received caasidera~ble accessions v to their numbers since their last inspection b~y Colonel Ratclyffe, two years ago. The Newcastle troop, however, still maintains its -pre~eminence, mustering upwards of 100. In discipline, the regiment Subscribers-only content

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    Chester, the Grand Master of the Order, presided, supported by Mr. William Norton Western, of Poole, the Vice-President, Mr. Henry Ratclyffe, of Manches- ter, the corresponding secretary, Mr. R. Ginn, of St. Ives, Past Grand Master. Mr. J. S. Banyard, Subscribers-only content

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    Batchelor, 8.A., Mag- dalen Hall, Oxford. Reginald John Buller, One \f\^ Oxford. Thomas HalUweU, 8.A., New Sun Hall, Oxford. Henry Ratclyffe Surtees. 8.A., St. Mary's Hall, Oxford. On Monday last, the Rev. Arthur Leigbton Irwin, Clerk, was instituted to the Subscribers-only content

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    merly "Vicar of Messingham, Lincolnshire. -On the Ist inst., at Newton Abbott, Devon, in his 61st year, the Rev. H. Ratclyffe Soktees, eldest surviving son of the late Wm. V. Surtees, Commissioner in Bankruptcy. -On the 4th inst.. aged 67, Subscribers-only content

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    of John Augustus Stephens, Esq.- The Rev. gentleman read himself iv on Sunday. On tbe 28th inst., tbe Rev. Henry Ratclyffe Surtees, 8.A., waa instituted to tbe Vicarage of Stockland, with Dalwood. Devon, void by the death of John Cox, Subscribers-only content

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    Thomas Batchelor. 8.A.. Magdalen Hall, Oxford. Reginald John Bnller, Oriel College. Oxford. Thomas Halliwell, 8.A., New Snn Hall, Oxford. Henry Ratclyffe Surtces, 8.A., St. Mary's Hall, Oxford. OBITUARY. At Hereford, in the 6-2 nd year of his age, the Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. Goo. Wolseley Collins, to Perpetual Curacy of Chantry. Rev. Thomas Stephen Connolly, to be Lecturer of Keynsham. Rev. Jas. Ratclyffe Dolling, to the Rural Deanery of Ilminster. Rev. Andrew Hunter Dunn, to the Incumbency of the new Church of Subscribers-only content

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    Suffolk - rectory^ SCHOOLROOM MUD: good" T 1 knowledge of dressmaking : age about 20: wages £14; Church- woman.-Address Home, Ratclyffe. Clyst Hydon. Exeter. CAN any Lady RECOMMEND a _ Frencli~oTEturlish SCHOOL- ROOM MAID? Good needlewoman.- Lady Payne, Gallwey, Thirkleby Subscribers-only content

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    The Hon. Mrs. Addington, widow of Major the Hon. Leonard Addington (son of the second Viscount Sid- mouth), died at Ratclyffe, Whimple, De\on, on Sunday. She was the youngest daughter of Mr. Erving Clark, of Eftord Manor, Devon, and married Subscribers-only content

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    good p. rsonal character. IX V. C, post-office. Shoreham, Sevenoaks, Kent. VS Parlourmaid or Useful Maid: g...pd need'ewouiauT- Ellen 8.--r. Ratclyffe, Whimple, Devon. AS Parlour or House-Parlour M aid ; 7 years' character.- C. K. 7. Kewbury-road. Bromley, Kent. A Subscribers-only content

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    season. The marriage of Captain W. L. Addington, the Queen's Regiment, eldest son of the late Hon. L. A. Addington, Ratclyffe, Whimple, Devon, and Augusta, daughter of the late Rev. H. G. Hayter-Hames, rector of Chagford, will take place at Subscribers-only content

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    of Dalton Grange, Lancashire, and Miss Blanche M. Addington, daughter of the late Majca the Hon. L. A. Addington, of Ratclyffe, Devon. The marriage arranged between Mr. John Walmesley, only son of Mr. Wolmesley, of Lacknam, Wilts, and Violet, third Subscribers-only content

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    marriage has been arranged between Captain Hiley Addington, 60th Rifles, «on of the late Hon. Leonard Allen Addington, D.L., of Ratclyffe, Devon, and Miss Nelly Priaulx, daughter of the late Mr. Osmond de Lancey Priaulx, of The Mount, Guernsey. A Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. THE SPRING HANDICAPS. The nominations for the stakes which closed on Tuesday last are unusually numerous. From several places re- turns sufficiently complete for publication have not been received. Should any errors be observed in the nominations, Subscribers-only content

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    Fielding, D, Wint, V G. Barrett, Cobbett, Jabez Bliyh, 17. C. Bd,h igt n. .4- •Snwi'Lines.; ■•.,., Ci. F ■'■ Ratclyffe, Ward, Do Lindsay. Catalogues may be had at Mr. V. -.-. sansome-place, Worcester oni week post free on application. Subscribers-only content

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    - ; examples of Copley Fielding, De ffint, G. Barrett, Cobbett, Jabez Bligh, IF. 1 ' E Saml. Limesjun., thn Ratclyffe, Ward, Lindsay. Catalogues may be had at Mr. sansome-place, Worcester, 1.1 post free on application. ST. ANNE'S HILL, GREAT Subscribers-only content

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