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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. Bullock, Esq. East Coker, So- merset. mersee. G. Thomas, Esq. Shaftesbury. R. Chaffey, Esq. Root Stoke, Yeovil St Barbe Tregonwell, Esq. Ander- J. Chapman, Esq, Hlackbeath park son, Dorset. The Chisholm, Chapel street, J. C. Wyndham, Esq. The College, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lar clergy by some, and the disregard felt for them by more, was not always occasioned by degeneracy or misconduct. Tregonwell, Devereux, and others of the morejust and rational commissioners,bear frequent testimony to the piety and learning, not only of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miss Reynolds; 24,000 ditto, E. Sawbridge; 57,000 diti, Mrs J. Streatfield's trustee; 40,000 ditto, MrA J. Streatfield; 50.000 ditto, John Tregonwell; 12,000 ditto, George Wilkts: total, 598,000 florins Dutch Two-and-a-Half per Cent-. - 88 000 flrilns Dutch Tbree-and-a-Half per Cents., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diately. Tuesday, the 27th inst., Is dxed for the execution of Patrick Riley, at Leeds, The appointment of Mr. J. Tregonwell, as Deputy-Lieu. tenant, Dorretahire, is announced. A womaens arm was discovered on Wednesday in a gar. den in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - ceo. 0060 OURNEIMOLITTi. --' Witer Aparti 1101t(, flrtishlI, cICntrial: t house colmlforts. G0od refenecces. Tcrtis looldel'C .-Mrs Losls. Sedgheld, Tregonwell Rood. - Cr6O M~ONEY. IM OfrY. -WItct, n550., stpoi a Teasehol-l Poi-erpty proldllclI a rlloet h1ca1 (of £65. 19s.-Atdrcst, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B ~~~~~in elide fashionable town. 'Winner season has al stabling. he. Ini-ecrningveroy mosdersste.-Apply, at ones, Rogrs 2 at Wolseler Villas. Tregonwell R~oad, Bournemosth. c9632 ec WOUIINEMOQTTH-.-To he Sold, goodlong-leasehold P-remizes. en .)With Bating and Confectisnery- Business attached. doing eithi so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rooms, or Sitting Roo~m and Bed Rooms, and combti~ed -Room if required:; in central piu~tiot,. Lerma mioderate-A A1lien ad Terrace, Tregonwell Roasd. cilso ad B0 T iMUTIC2O furnished Houses to Let, for winter -Estateo. Agetsguiness awek Listsof Whatdey and Son, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c8R25 %SEASIDE MA)b COUKRY QUARTERS. EPOVY Charming Welsh Seaside Resort.-Cheap nod A1 good Apartments Vacant-Apply, at once, Iirs. Leeis. 2, Tregonwell. c8254 AI AIEYSTWITH.-To Let, Furnished Rouse, for six or eight I Li weeks; containiog three reception and four bed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late Colonel Hambro, M.P., was restored by Sir Gilbert Scott in 1865 at a cost of nearly £30,000. Sir John Tregonwell, who was advocate for Henry l VIII: in his famous divorce case, not only secured the ancient structure from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pubic-and private Apirlmnsnr: sea6 sview OUlt?EliiOUH-Aiartuaenta. private house; bonest if en- Bquitev;eery home comforr..-MIslr Heaver, Glenathune. Aparmens. isoCombuiaed itoonr. Terraet. Tregonwell -td- B QR.IOCPOCTTM-Apartmrnets (esupweor. close to sea arid vr~iise~r gardenz_-Mns. Sidiney Gal-emil, Studiley H1oue.vert fU TNT MUT!!T-Osmreondo Boarding fL-tabhxrhrnvi, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c to sur. Fel e8, an,! March 7, 25, at 11, at tite Court house, Leeds-Alts Tetti, & Co. Leeds. Tregonwell Napier, of Hurst-mill, in the perish of Porrerne, W in the county of Wilts, mealman, S c to sur. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Winscott; Sir Lydstone lvewman, of Mambead; and Mr. Geo. Soltace Simons, of Chaddlewood, DoitEmrsne.-Mr. Hector Mouro, of Edmondeham; Mr. John Tregonwell, of Cranborae; and Mr. Edward Joseph Welob, of Lulworth Castle. ruitnsr.-Mr. J ames 0ookson, of Neasham Hall ; Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "AMaster of the Running IHorses" to Charles II. end William ]lI? Many conficting versions of the cruelty ascribed to this Tregonwell Frampton, sometimes dubbed the "Father of the British Tur," have come under my notice, but I think that it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    si 4Sir a. B. xaple's Sardine, 2 nes-car Sit silb............ Calder 0 91 ajofrHELvenwisk'sflargao,S4yrs................... Alliopp 0 f I Mr WVIctsn's Tregonwell 2 lyre .......................Sagan I 91 50 Mr J. Sine'ds Minerval. 4 yrs....................... A. Bizech 5 9 2 ileHP.1.Wild'sTrtidel.5ses .......................svbtne Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. B. Maple's Snrdine, 2 sa'Mjor H. T. Fenwiok's Dargas, 4 a Mr. A. Knowles' Dilston, 2 a MIe-. Welton's Tregonwell, 2 a 3ir. D. lollis' Shemer, a a Hr. J. Riste's Minerala, 4 a Hr. H. P. Wild's Trudel, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr W. Smith Mr Osbaldeston Mr W. EtwaIl Mr Bli-s Mr Bowles Captai ~ Gardnor Mr Gregory Mr H~erbert Mr Tregonwell Mr Dolphin Sir Waller M e Sir Hobson M e The Cup Stakes of 25 Soya each, with u00 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the Cierk of the Course by eight o'clock in the 0'eait= prscodimg the dvQ of cusning. Biwers S. B. Tregonwell S. *w. S. E. Dent C. Finch B. B. Sheridan The Dorsetshire Stakes of 2 Sovs each, 15 ft. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Louden, out of Robinson's Melbourne's dam, 3 yrs Lord Shaftesbury na Arctic, aged Lord Ilchester na Clarion, 4 yrs Mr Tregonwell na Blemish, 3 yrs Mr Strangwvays na ch c by Emilius, dam, Cecilia, 3 yrs Sir E. Ba -er's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    distance. 0 Lord Rivers na Naworth, 3 yrs I _ - Lorl Shaftesbury na Arctic, aged - _ 2 Mrc Tregonwell no Blemish, 3 yrs 3 _ _ _ - 3 Lord Stavordole, Lord Digby, Lord Bentinck, Lord Ilchester, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    added by the Club if three horses start; last mile and a half. Lord March Col. Shubrick Mr Hobson Mr Tregonwell Mr Smith Mr Scobell Mr Osbaldesten Mr Herbert Gen. Gilbert Mr Biggs Lord G. Bentinck The ANDOVeR STAKES of Subscribers-only content

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