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    Index, S, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    ensign, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 541. Slagelse , Slaegens , Denmark, 298. Slanborough , Jacob, preventive officer at Trewarren, 648. Slane (Stanes) , Lord. See Fleming, Christopher. Slann , Andrew, King's waiter, London port, 310. Slater , John, British History Online

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    SPORTING NEWS. i ~~ACING NOTE5S. l ith the Portland Pte always be assoriated t-benaase ofthat rare ohl wamor Erger. La 189S het gaiaf a k stakes in gallant Etyle for .Mr. Faixie, an ot last ye and this he Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    3eameints. 29, at, 2.B5 p.m.. Miocrland, out of September Nrsery- Handicap, Sand own Park. 29, et 2.43 p.m., 'Good Nero, 'Trewarren, 'Coal Mine, 'Bonna 3targery, and "-Pillager out of HEmilrtn Perk engagements. 28, at 2.5 p.m., Ivor, out of all Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ilir 6im"ll (fllaillt. I CORPORUL TWEEDY'S TREASURE CHEST. (The 2V_ t7'ire 1', v( ( Zryo'ro 11 'd1"int iI'aie'dy, relating toe 2' .11's' d reel'vr ry o'f r rfaill n wiblie' nlneat'y& ol tUw. 051 IeW 07t/e IJe/ad. JaI4. !1e, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Ayrshire Handicap : Posterity. Juvenile Handicap, Ayr : Mrs. Onslow. AU handicaps at Ayr : Timon. Newby Nursery, Pontefract : Trewarren. Warwick engagements: Queen of the Plains, Lyn. aven and Bellicose. Two MUes Handicap, Lingfield : Koptica. All handicaps where Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Mtjkdeb ix Hebtfobdshiee.- On Thursday morning last, Webb, gamekeeper to Mr. Greville, of North Mimms, saw a man of singular appearance in one of his master's barley fields, crouching down, and apparently setting snares. On noticing the keeper the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Lion ; Saturday, Little Warley Hall, 1L Oxfordshire, South- Monday, Thame; Friday, Holton Stone-pits, 11. Pembrokeshire- Monday, Cuffern ; Thursday, Trewarren, 10.30. Penrrbsokeshire, South- Tuesday, Quait's Water ; Friday, Tenby Turnpike-gate, 11. Poltimore's, Lord- Monday, Grimstone Gate; Wednes- day, Wynford Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ; Wednesday, Terrier's Gate ; Saturday, Yew Tree, 11. Oiiordshire, South- Tuesday, Pyrton Manor; Friday, Nettle- bed, 11. Pembrokeshire- Monday, Trewarren; Thursday, Rock Bridge, Pembrokeshire, South- Tuesday, Bush ; Friday, Canaston Wood, 11. Percy's, Earl- Will not hunt until further Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Plot. Illustrated with Ti '' Fast and Loose. Illustrated with Four D A Midsummer h Adventure HHisti The Curse of Trewarren. illiv • Who Shall Repay : Ulnstntted with Tw.- l>r.i« -'. An Original Proposal. Hinstrati Told by Two Illustrated Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    wth T« Fast ami Loose. Ilhistrated wi'!. ' n-a^S l A Midsummer's Adventure Illustrated" ' "' ,'w,„i_» The Curse of Trewarren. Illust ■ ivawiu^ Who Shall Repay.- Ilhistrated with Tw* !>', An Ordinal Proposal. Illustrated wit Told hy Two Illustrated Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and Lxise. Illustrated with Four Dra« ng- Tlr%9 ii& A Midsummer's Adventure. Illustrated with 1 »■' '■- The Curse of Trewarren. Illustrated with Three D.i»*^- Who Shall Repay? Illustrated with Two Draw -> An Original Proposal. Illustrated with l'w *. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Zele (dead). August 28, at 2.35 p.m., Moorland, out of September Nursery Handicap, Sandown Park; at 2.43 p.m., Good News, Trewarren, Coal Mine, Donna Mar- gery, and Pillager, out of Hamilton Park engage- ments; at 2.55 p.m., Ivor, out of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Eng., L.S.A. Lond., of 1, Dorset- square, youngest son of the late Mr. Gilbert William Warren Davis, J. P., of Trewarren, Pembrokeshire, and Agnes, widow of the late Dr. Edmund Rickard Gill, of Kirn her lev, South Africa, will take Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    I Pembrokeshire- Monday, Pelcomb Bridge ; Tuesday, Orielten ; ■ Thursday, Letterston ; Friday, Williamston Quarries , Satur- I day, Trewarren, 11. Percy- Monday, Waren House, 11 ; Wednesday, Old Hazclrii: r i 11.30; Friday. South Charlton, 10.45. . Portman's, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Lodge, 12. Oakley- Tuesday, Harrold ; Saturday, Pertenhall, 12. Oxfordshire, South- Monday, Thame ; Friday, Ewelme Common, 11.30. Pembrokeshire- Monday, Trewarren ; Thursday, Trecwn, 11.30. Percy- Monday, Priests' Bridge ; Thursday, Lorbottle, 12. Plas Machynlleth- Tuesday, Penybank, Llanidloes ; Friday, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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