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    have told me that they wish it." A correspondence has been published between the Rev. H. T. Dowler, Vicar of Aldeburgh, and Dr Kay, the Se- cretary to the Committee of Council on Education, which strongly illustrates the zeal of Subscribers-only content

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    Holborn, drapers. [Hensman, Basing lane. J. Nail, John street, Tottenlam court read, builder. [Thrupp, WVinchester buildittys, Broad street. B. Thonspson, Aldeburgh, SufibIk, innkeeper. [Weight assd Co. Goldest squarc. S. Pilliig and 1t. t. Watsn Gateshead, mnaltster. [Chisholme and Co. Lincoli's Subscribers-only content

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    tea dealer-April 30, J. Webber, Wood street, Cheapside, waretrouseman-April 29, T. Dean, Chersies street, Tottehlram-court road, victualler-April 29, B. Thonipson, Aldeburgh, Sulfflk, innkeeper-April 30, C. O'Neil, R. Salkeld, and G. S. Dighy, Brinder Works, Glamorganshire, shipowners- April 29, Mary Guy Subscribers-only content

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    Remedies. " In April, at Ir. 1867, Mr. Fawcett married Millicent, the daughter in oer of Mr. Newson Garrett, of Aldeburgh, Suffollh, and IB he in this lady lie found a helpmate, whose tastes and 13 Ir. labours were akin Subscribers-only content

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    Island to Newfoundland, has been lost in a gale with all hands, her passengers and crew. A Lloyd's telegram from Aldeburgh, Suffolk, says that thirteen men have been landed there from the ship Berenogaria, of Greenook, from Melbourne for Sunderland, Subscribers-only content

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    reelects at Stnwnmarleet, on Friday night,. were heard iat great distaisces. In hine cijee they were hoard and seen at Aldeburgh, a dlistance oF ibout twenty-six mileu as tbe orow dlies..- Near itllsnmtngtres, a slightly grelter: disttnce,. .tbey. wetre very Subscribers-only content

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    It J.P., DL., lato of Grove Lall, Nottinghainshirez per- t sonalty under £140,000. Deceased was member of Par-. liament for Aldeburgh from 1516 to 120, and for East Retford from 1831 to 1847. Of the ielht Hon. Theobald n Dominick Subscribers-only content

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    TJNREFOR)ED CORPORATIONS. Lord Rosebery has introduced into the House of Lords r 1hi11 which propOs~es to abolich at theo beginning of neil year the special judicial bodies, the exclusive rights l. tradingt, the exemptions front juries, and the other Subscribers-only content

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    drove to Alder eonse, hllere he will stay with Mr. Newsoll Garrett, He stood the joerney well. The weather at Aldeburgh s very fine just now, slithian easterly wiml, thc air is Ikcen and bracing. T Ta5 LATP, RiOTS AT Subscribers-only content

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    I t gratulatinug Mr. Fa'cett upon his recovery, the right hbo. I '8 gentlemans wrote oel the 11th icst., frorn Aldeburgh, Suf- folk, expressing his thanks for the kindicess and sympathcy I h shosen towards him, especially by his friends Subscribers-only content

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    ci addIress at Aldeburagh yesterday, conrgratulatiing hiiirr criseic iris recovery.. Iii repily, the right lieu,. gemrtlemniai tirailder tire people of Aldeburgh for f-heir address, Before his ill- noes Ilie lian little ktnowvu IrOwV mtany friends Ire liedta. ll0e ilr y Subscribers-only content

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    Prince Blismarck has been decorated by the Shah of Persia with the Order of the Suni. Mr. Fawcett has left Aldeburgh, Suffolk, for Devon- shire. His hcalth continuies to improve. The Amateur Boxing Association' are going to sanction contesta between Subscribers-only content

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    was done which is estimated at £3,000. The Postmaster-General, accompanied by Mrs. Fawcett, has left London on a visit to Aldeburgh, Suffolk, and is expected to be absent from town about three weeks. The first sod of the electric tramway Subscribers-only content

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    night, and yesterday morning. the brig Thankful, of Newcastle, parted her anchor in Aldeburgh Bay, and struck on Thorpe- ness. The crew were rescued by the Aldeburgh smack Tyro. The brig subsequently floated off Thorpeness, but sank in Southuvold Bay. Subscribers-only content

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    and their death is attributed to an oversupply of food in the shape of grasshoppers. During a military tournament at Aldeburgh on Bron- day, a gunner named Charles Christopher, of the Royal Artillery, was killed by a gun falling upon Subscribers-only content

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    Aston, ejectro0pt, manufacturer 1EtasnANE Joni PoLAsNE, Wivenlioe, Essex, out of business Jonis Dovs, Crafton Street, New Clee, smack-owsnsr. SA~dUEL BARLEY, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, smack-owner, 'HENRYcil Bisnoll, Dorsiniett, uear Chard, formerly ca it leigh, Devonshire, dalrymnel RItc&gRD ComtYiN LEAner, c Wood Street, Subscribers-only content

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    THE[ COVENTRY ELECTION. SPEECH BY SIR CHARLES RUSSELLi An enthusiastiO and very large open-air meeting waa held last evening, outside the Reform Club, Coventry, in etppart of the candid'aturo of Mr. Ballantitne. Mr. Joseph Cas. presided * and Sir Subscribers-only content

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    or of breaches of odicial trust. T-wo InEr DaROwmED.-A fishing boat containing two men named Ralph and Cooke, which left Aldeburgh, Suffolk, on Friday, has been discovered at the bottom of the sea, and yesterday afternoon Cooke's body was washed Subscribers-only content

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    W. T. Wolingham, Alderman Martin Coates Yeovil, 'Dr. Colmer Hyde. P. Green York, Aid. Agar(Lord Mayor) Full, Dr. Sberburn CONSERVATIVES. Aldeburgh, J. Eintrbam Lowestoft, W. Maddison Andover, .1. Lee Ludlow, D. Lloyd Arendel, C. Bartlett !Lye Pegis, 'I. Edwards Ashiton, Subscribers-only content

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    three seats at Kingston-on. Thames and one at Crewe. The Conservatives gained two seats at Blackpool, and one each at Aldeburgh, Christchurch, Dorchester, Hertford, Poole, and Clitheroe. The total gains now stand:-Liberals, 93; Conservatives, 66; Independents and -Labour candi- dates, Subscribers-only content

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