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    years later she lost her only son, who was killed by accident ins shooting excursion. On the 19th nlt. at Alwington Horse, Stonebonse, in the 65th yearof hisage, Rear-AdmiralSirJohn Ferris Devonshire, K.C.H. On the 25th nlt. at Dyrham park, Gloacestershire, Subscribers-only content

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    THE UNITED STATES. The Great Western reached Bristol yesterday Il 'weak, having left New York on the 25th, and made the deel passage in twelve days and twelve hours, with rough weather. no She brings fortY-One passengers, £60,6000 in Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. Ed- ward Turner. Patron, the Duke of Marlborough. The Rev. John Thomas Pine Coffin, M.A., to the rectory of Alwington, Devon, vacant by the death of the Rev. William Spurway. Patron, R. P. Coffin, Esq. The Rev. John Baines Subscribers-only content

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    M. Kelly, to Plympton St. Maurice V., Devon. Key. J. Magrath, to Rodbourne Cheney R., Gloucester. Rev. F. Mules, to Alwington R. Rev. W. Octavius Peile, M. A, to St. Paul V., Hampstead Key. A. Penny, to Swindon V., Staffordshire. Subscribers-only content

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    Portland-square, Bristol. Rev. C. B. Drake, to Teversham, R., Cambs. Rev. J. Eckersley, to Wednesbury, V. Rev. J. Frith, to Alwington, R. Rev. E. Angel Gray, to St. John-the-Evangelist, V., Woodley, Berks. Rev. J. X Harrison, to St. Mark, Dewsbury. Subscribers-only content

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    pre- sentation of the Yen. the Dean and Chapter of Exeter. -The Rev. John Thomas Pine Coffin, M.A., rector of Alwington, near Bideford, has been nominated by the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, to the prebendal stall in the Cathe- Subscribers-only content

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    «* John Thornton, Esq., of CUpham, Surrey. ; *^ BENEFICES AND APPOINTMENTS VAoa^. nans. '^ANT. BICTOMXS. Alwington, Devon: dio. Exeter : val. £243- nat. n. „ of the hto B. : the Rev. J. T. Pines Coffin, <£! * *«* Subscribers-only content

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    Barnes, M. A., to the Rectory of Alwington, Devon ; patron, J. R, Pine Coffin, Esq. Rev. Joha Vicars, M. A., to the Rectory of Lapford, Devon ; on his own petition as true patron. -On Saturday the Rev. Dr. Subscribers-only content

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    Perth, (Western Australia). The confirmations will be held as follows .--June 9, Hartherleigh, Merton, and Torrington : 10th. Liftou and Alwington ; llth, Tavistockand Bideford ; 13th, Ashburton and Arlington ; llth, Totnes and Ilfracombe ,- 15th, Dartmouth aud Barnstaple Subscribers-only content

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    gradually gaining pewer. lhe next bulletin will be iaaued on Saturday. A shocking tragedy is reported from the parish ot Alwington, aboat five miles from Bideford. A lad named Harry Hayne, in the employ of Mr Andrewa, of Winaeott Farm, Subscribers-only content

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    On the 31st Jan., after a short illness, John Thomas Pine Coffin, of Port ledge, Devon, aged 61, rector of Alwington, and prebendary of Exeter Cathedral. On the 28th ult., at Croydon, aged 68, Catharine, the wife of the Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    Cathedral 4 7 8 Jewish Offering, per Rev. Michael Rosenthal ... 2 10 0 West Buckland Offertory 2 5 3 Alwington n 3 4 0 Uplyme „ 23 14 0 Poltimore „ 2 0 0 Huxham „ X 10 0 Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. James Eckersley, M.A., Curate of Glossop, Vicar of \VedneBbury. Rev. James Frith, M.A., Vicar of Coalpit Heath, Rector of Alwington. Rev. Ernest Angel Gray, LL.M., A'icor of St. John the Evangelist, Woodley, Berks." Rev. James Knowles Harrison, Pei*i>ctual Curate Subscribers-only content

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    it deserves,"- . (CV+u/c Jowndi ) 4 gmnwjwAfc CWse of Standby.- A cow. the property of Mr. Richard Veale, of Alwington, Devon, in the space of two yearsandniue months, broupht forth ten calves, all of which are in his possession. Subscribers-only content

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    at a farm- house called Winscott, in the parish of Alwington, near Bideford, North Devon, when a lad named Harry Mayne, in the employ of Mr. Andrews, of the same place, during his employer's absence, took down a loaded gun Subscribers-only content

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    At Alwington Villa, Cheltenham, on the 13th inst., the Lady of Graut de Locgueuil, of a son and heir. On the 14th inst., at York-place, Portman-square, Mrs. James de Saumaiez, ofa sou. At Huntsmere Park, Bucks, the Lady Sophia Tower, Subscribers-only content

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    6th inst., at No. 1, Lowndes-street, Belgrave-f quare, the Lady of William Curtis, Esq., ofa son. On the ult., at Alwington Villa, Cheltenham, the Lady of Lionel Place, Esq., Lieutenant, R.N., of a son. On the 3d inst., at Hatherton Subscribers-only content

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    Maiy Magdalene (Barnstaple), Huntshaw (2), Bishops- Tawton (2), Fremiugtou (2), Pilton, Yaniscomte, Holy Tnmty (Barn staph*), Chittlehampton. Atherington, High- hampton, Alwington, and Appledore, in North Devon; by Mr. Rolt, from Aston -Blank, Corsham, Deerhurst, Dowdes- well, Shipton-Moyne, Swindon, West Kington; Subscribers-only content

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    Australia, KE-CTORIE3. Rev. F. "W. Maunsell, to the rectory of Iwerne Courtney, Dorset. Rev. H. Barnes, to the rectory of Alwington, Devon. Rev. W. A. Cutting, to the rectory of Trimingham, Norfolk. Rev. WT "Westall, to the rectory of St. Subscribers-only content

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    - ■ AS Footman-, under a butler; aged -■> ; ff I character. Country uot objected to -S. Beer, I*° Alwington, Bideford. Devon. 1 AS Second Footman, where an imJ^f but'!'' is kept, or Footma.m to travel with a Lady Subscribers-only content

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