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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aberystwitb, having died from the mange. The complaint seems to be rapidly spreading. Last week an inquest was held at Sevenhampton, in Wiltshire, on the body of a child who had been poisoned by eating some yew berries, which it Subscribers-only content

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    R. Newman, Harrowden; 3rd, Mr. G. S. Foljambe, Osberton Hall. LONO-WOOLLED BREED, NOT BEING LEuCESTERB.-1St prize, £15., Mr. W. Hewer, Sevenhampton, and silver medal as breeder: 2nd, £10., Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester; 3rd, £5., no competition. CaRosS itBREDs.-1st prize, £15., Subscribers-only content

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    amongst the competitors being J. H. Langston. Esq., M.P., Mr. ]. StrattoD, of Broad Hinton, near Swindon, Mr. Hewer, of Sevenhampton, Mr. George Gare, of Churchill Heath, the Duke of Marlborugbh, Colonel North, M.P., a G. Sbeldon,, Esq., Bev, C. Subscribers-only content

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    CLASS IV.-Boars of the Borkshiro breed-1et prize, £10., Sir Robert George Throckmorton, Bart., Bueckland, Farringdon, Berks; 2nd, Lel., William Hewer, Sevenhampton, Highworth, Wilts. CLASS V.-Boare of a breed not eligible for the preceding classes.-Ist prize, £10,, John Parkinson, Glrlinrton Cottage, Subscribers-only content

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    breed, as well as the miscellaneous division; Mr. Crisp, of Butley Abbey, for small blacks; and Mr. NY. Hewer, of Sevenhampton, for Berkehire. In the show of breding sows, the first prize goes to Mr. Wairmman, for large breed, to Subscribers-only content

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    meetings. The following in the prize Wlib:- F ~~~~CATTLE. (ILASS 2.-lIt prize, Mr. W. Woodward, Tewkesbury; 2nd, Mr. W. ewer, Sevenhampton. CLASS 3.-lit prize, Mr. Richard Stratton, Stapleton, 2nd, Mr. Edward Bowley, Slddington. CLASS 4.-lst prize, Mr. P. Stratton, Stapleton Subscribers-only content

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    e2123 dNATIBENER "nlo haqded. Underst-ands Sower ~and ksitchen gardifn; willing to matke himself useful. Single; age 24.-Ad- asee, AV. E., Sevenhampton, near Chalteulsami. e730 (2ARDE ER. tloroebl undrstasla vines peach-houses, ueuom G."br, melon.s, stove andgenos plants, and femis, a Io Subscribers-only content

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    £'3,000-Of lMr. Robertr Curling, of 55, Princes Square, and Gosmore, FHerts; oer £34,000. -Of Mr. Richard Chiilingworth, of Queenslains Farto, Sevenhampton, Wilts; upwqrds of £23,000.-Jltustratrlf SALE OF THZ YACHT VIGtasAT.-NewYork,April 19. -M11essrs. George and Howard Gould have bought the racing Subscribers-only content

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    Slr urnes Carmichael, Bart., Susosx Gardens, Hyde Park, Chas. Farebrother, Esq. Alderman, Lancaster-place, and Moat H ouse. Stockwvell. Lieutenant-ColonolW. Fendall, Sevenhampton, Andoversfford, Gloncestershire. Miles Milef, Esq., Phlilllmore-place. Kensington. Joseph Wilkinson, Esq. St. Mildred's-court, City. Thomas Barushaw, Esq., Talse-Ihill. With Power Subscribers-only content

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    a procession, proceeded in the direction of Heywood and Rochdalc. YEw BElistiES.-A few days since Mr. Whitmarsh held an inquestat Sevenhampton, on the body of a child, who had been poisoned from eatin' some yew berries. -Salisbury Joe arnal. The Subscribers-only content

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    late election, for Sir E. Filmer and Colonel - Anaten, and. returned the same di.; -r. --Elarris was -'born at Sevenhampton, in the parish of ~igleworth,-Wilts, April 17, 1747, and is now m the' enjoyment of good health and clear Subscribers-only content

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    of 15 to No. 112, Mr. William Hewer, of lheaamptounonar 1-ighmsvorth; silver medal to the breeder, Mr.: hSiiam Hewver, of Sevenhampton, near Righworth. , Cblss 18-The priis of 11 to No. 114, the Earl of Barahey, of amhlGravesend; silver medal Subscribers-only content

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    prize of 15 to No.116, Mr. William Hewer, of Sevenbampton,' Highworth, Wilts; silver medal to t\ breeder, Mr. Hewer, of Sevenhampton, Highworth. Close 21 (Heifers).-Ths prize of 10 to No. 121, Mr. John e, of Abbey Print Works, Stratford, Essex; Subscribers-only content

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    J.L Dancer to SELL by AUCTION,-ITis LIVE nnd DEAD FARMING STOCK, on Tuesday, Sept. 21st, 1806. Particulars in due course. SEVENHAMPTON, ANDOVERSFORD. ACOCK and TAYLER H AVE been instructed by the Executors of the to late Mrs. Hurnphris, to SELL Subscribers-only content

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    the premises, by order of the Executors. at ACOCK & TAYLER, L Cold Aston. Chelteniihau. Auctioneers. cc . ____ Si SEVENHAMPTON, ANDOVERSFORD. D ACOCK and TAYLER q1 H-1 AVE been insteucted by the Executors of the Sc JU late Mrs. Subscribers-only content

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    commencing at Bar- rington hushes (near the Fish-pond) at One o'clock. Particulars in hand-bills. ACOCK & TAYLER. Auctioneers. MANOR FARM, SEVENHAMPTON. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, SILVER & PLATED ARTICLES, Large QUANTITY of LINEN and CHINA, KITCHEN and CULINARY UTENSILS.. ACOOK and TAYLER Subscribers-only content

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    of Mr. W. Cooper, of Houghton Regis, Dunstable, Beds. 10 Splendid OXFORDSHIRE DOWN SHEARLING RAtMS from Mr. W. Davis, of Sevenhampton, Highworth, Wilts. 30 Excellent OXFORDSHIRE DOWN R1AM LAMBS, from Mr. W. J. P. Reading, of Langford, Lech- i lade. Subscribers-only content

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    Brewery, Oxford. Offices, 137, High Street, close to Carfax, Oxford. BANBURY STORES-Agent, Mr. GEORGE STEVENS, 24, Bridge Street. MANOR FARM, SEVENHAMPTON. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, SILVER & PLATED ARTICLES, Large QUANTITY of LINEN and' CHINA, KITCHEN and CULINARY UTENSILS. ACOCK and TAYLER Subscribers-only content

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    (Sutton), H. Calcutt (Kirtlington), Clarke (Bath), Church (Bucking. ham), G. Cave (Morten), Canmbrey, W. W. M. Dewar fCotmore), Douglas, Davis (Sevenhampton). Doughty Warwick), Rev. P. R. Egerton (Bloxham), W. Edwvards (Ramsden), WV H. Fox (Bradwell Grove), French (Han- well), Gough Subscribers-only content

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    & COLTS and the IMPLEMENTS,.. a the property of iir, R. Meadows. sp Friday, Sep/temtber 24, 1866 ro MANOR FARM, SEVENHAMPTON, at ANDOVERSFIORD. au .53 COTSWOLD SHLEEP.,I 76 Head of CATTLE, h 27 fllR1SuEsand COLTS, the PIGS, and IMPIM-. a Subscribers-only content

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