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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A barn, containing about five loads of wheat, was wilfully set on fire on the night of Saturday last, at Soberton, near Bishop's Waltham, and entirely consumied. Some unhappy differences between the farmers and the a-ricultural labourers have latelyoccurred in Subscribers-only content

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    a enquiry would be held on the 6th- inst. by the Allotments t Committee of the Rants County Council, at Soberton, h when the applicants would be represented by an honor- b ary agent of the League -A local enquiry Subscribers-only content

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    Barrirne, Birketlhmeda, iit rinosngers, Kotghley and Murgatroyd, Bradfordi, dryoaltsrs. s- ]zaisih and Calverley, L.indley, rag dosslorn. i- Parsons san King, Soberton, frl mezs. h Bcothroyd and Dyqost, If~ltelerroeld. cloth finishers. in Stoale and Bruenkill, Wcstnuireter.hbi(deeroad, upholsterfrs. ArIttiddilton. Mackinitosh, nod Bland, Subscribers-only content

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    a singular breach of pro. miss LNI. marriage action came on for hearing. The tlaintlffW5as a single woman, living at Soberton, near alshop's'Walthai, and the defendant was the eon of a substantiat farmer, and was alleged ho have under cuiltiva- Subscribers-only content

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    WINCHESTER AiSIZES.-At the Winchester Assizes yesterday, the jury, in the breach of promise of marriage actiosr against a farmer of Soberton, near Bisboop-Waltham', who was also alleged to have seduced tire plaintiff, found for the plaintiff; damages X200.-A most amusing Subscribers-only content

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    gentleman was ordained deacon in 1869 and priest in 1872 'in the diocese of Ely, and held assistant curacies at Soberton, H-nts, 1869-70; Eastbosurne, 18T!; St. Mark's Mission Church, Grant- chester, Cambridge, 1872-73. He graduated at Clare College, Cambridge, in Subscribers-only content

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    bandicaps where the weights have appeared-Clorane, Lusoious, Favoloo, and Prose. Holyport Hlenvy weight Handiap, Windsor-Tweeddab. Auteuil eugsgemeate-All -Lord Shrewsbury's horses. Soberton Haindicep, fleurbleton Hunt-Elinor. AlI entgagemeute in Prince Soitykoff'e naame-Dolbouie. Alil engagemnents in Mr. A F. Bassets namne-Filly by Ormne Subscribers-only content

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    jun., Huntingdon, sehoolmaster.-J. NORVILL, Frome, Somersealdre, cmrrier.-J, KIRBY, Weaverthorpe, Yorkshire, tailor.-W. COATES, North Shields, publican,-H. SARLES, jun., Hastings, watchmaker.-H MILLET, Soberton, Hampshire, labourer. FRIDAY, MAacir 4. WAR-OFFICE, M1iA.r 4.-Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, Cornet T. Leslie to be Lieutenant, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Bagshot; Thursday, Greywell- % 's.tSaurday, FinchamPstead Ridges: at half-past ten. ;i-i (d1r alter Ionogs)-Mstnday, Ditrham-park; Wednesday, , 0,k.ptak; Friday, Soberton DOwn; Saturday, Westmeon Hut; at >dIrbefore eieveo. pla rter leoodaY Heythrcp; Wednesdey, Ledwell Village; Friday, 1p 1iterndeie Saturday, Dean Subscribers-only content

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    high figure for a hunter. He is likely to shine mnore i tse Cbield than on the rac-course. For the Soberton Stakes nine cante to tise post. TIle first heat wan won by Mr. Mtorris's Census, priocipally by Quinton's good Subscribers-only content

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    8s. or 8s. Wd. per member. From tie last three annual reports of the friendly society held at the school-room, Soberton, in the county of Southampton, it ap- pears that no less than 258 gallons of beer were consumed during Subscribers-only content

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    and HEVFERS, FAT WETHER SHEEP, and TEGS. Early enlries are respectfully solicikd. Sale at 10.30 punctually. Auction Offices-Bicester and Baubary. SOBERTON STATION, GW.WR. T "HE next Monthly and Christmas Sale of FAT 1' and STORE STOCK will be held at Subscribers-only content

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    Efq. and the Heirs Male of his Body lawfully begotten, by the names, ftyles, and n titles of Baroil Soberton, of Soberton, in. the r:9 county of' Southamptoa, and V'itcount Anfon ne of Shugborough and Orgrave, in the county of Subscribers-only content

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    Townat alf-ast10. ;i Pelloweesg, Mr. W., Monday, Eggesford Kennel; SaturdAy,Shol ,t master Inn-at hs1ba fpst 10, ord 1; Harabledon, Mandy, Soberton Dot~n Wednesday, prllhatiw Houle' Friday Allington-at a quarter to . Hayo Wegay, Whar otges; Satrday, Car Bog- at9. MM.H, Subscribers-only content

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    consolidated [sh chpiyfradasge oS.Adrew's Church, at inMntnWlin ntesipashoWhitchurch Canord- mn, assigned to Trinity Church, at Newtwi h adprs ill, of Soberton; that certain contiguous portioso h a Lty rishes of Fletching and Horsted Keynes, in h onyo of Sussex, have Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. HATmIHOTH, from the congregation of the Methodist I New Connection worshipping at Preston; Lord H. CaOL- I MONDELEY, from Soberton, Bishops Waltham; Sir J. s WAL.MSLEY, from certain magistrates, clergy, dissenting Ii ministers, and other inhabitants of the borough Subscribers-only content

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    12 8 1 blishmncnt of the Vir- ao......2 3 0 gitaTavern Corabl 3 0 0ShedGIeld............1. is C A rot Pcnen Soberton 1o ?87 I, Bed......... ...1 10 UpbAham . 2n 0 .Per Messrs. GlInaoolOc. Warafo rd . 12 4 8'a Subscribers-only content

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    Of. got SALE OF INTOXICATING LoQuoRs ON SUNDAY.-By I Mr. F. NORTHc, from St. Leouards-on-the-Ssa; Lord H. the CHOLDIONDELEY, from Soberton. county Haute; Mr. L. ha, KINGe, from L-3ngfleld, Surrey; Mr. COBarsN, from Bally. han down; Mr. A. L'ELLATT, from Subscribers-only content

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    fse. or Bs, old. per member. From the alast three annual reports of the friendly society held at the school-room, Soberton, in the county of Southampton, it ap- Pears that no less than 208 gallons of bear were consumed 0during Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dedham Street - Frlday, ArltoisGrwn Inn-at 11. Gorerdtlan'(1Mr. Pryse Lovedes, 'Tuesday, Msonachty;v Friday, L=lauia-at 10. Hambledon (Capt. Poiwliet), this day, Soberton: Wednesday, Botley Gate,; Nriday, Aldbiwortb Bridge. Saturday,,Corhampton Downs-at a quarter to IL; 11ereforeshlre (Sir Velters Coernwall and Mr. J. Subscribers-only content

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