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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their names for voluntary loans to the vestry of considerable sums, without interest, until the rate could be collected. EmBsrzZLEMENT.-JOhn Arscott, lately House Steward to the Marquis of Bristol, was fully committed yesterday for having embezzled 1841. entrusted to him Subscribers-only content

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    trousers and flannel shirt, when Mr Cockayne entered with a cane, accompanied by Mr Enrich, who had a walking-stick, and Arscott, a labourer, and the coachman, each having straps. Mr Cockayne said to complainant, " I have a duty to Subscribers-only content

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    very serious outbreak of swine 1 favor Is reported to the police on the farm of Mr. Mere- dith, of Arscott. Twenty animals were attacked, six died, and the other fourteen have been killed. t COVENTRY. f SPRIOUS CHARGE OF Subscribers-only content

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    Okehmp- ton, Devonshire. Robert Arscott, author of the crime, is about sixty-five, and the victim was his wife, who was twelve years younger. They had been married thirty- three years, and there had been fourteen children. Arscott and his wife Subscribers-only content

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    convict any- one. THE, DEVONSHIRE TRAGEDY. A verdict of * W ilful murder " was yesterday returned * against Thomns Arscott for the murder of his wife at .outh T.unton. The prisoner, who also cut his own throat, still lies Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Enrick, who had a walking-stick, and Arscott, a labourer, and the coachman. each isaving straps. Mr. Cockayne said to complainant, " I have a duty to per- form," and then instracted Arscott to seize him, but lio evinced reluctance Subscribers-only content

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    inst., at Northampton Street, in this town, after a long illneso, Martha, youncest daughter of the late Thomas Chilten, of Arscott, Salop,; ntuch beloved. On the Ist iDnt., at Air. J. hlann's. Churoh Street, Warwick, aged 8 dayr, Edward Poeio, Subscribers-only content

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    Otessrs. 7ferfles, Farquo~bar, end Co., 16, St. James's Street, SW., Messrs. Itebarto. Lubboele, sad Co., 28, Lombard Strert, EX.. 801isCITRon.-JOohn. Arscott Bartrumn. Emsq., II, old Jewry Chamboer, RC,0 -AusDIOsyLs.-Jareee Harris, Esq., Chartered Accountant, 8, Old Jewra. 10.0, stiuTieARY' ANre ?rvyANA Subscribers-only content

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    Kendat will sail next week by the White Star steamer Majestic, and join their company in America. A man named Arscott was on Wednesday sentenced by the Westminster magistrates tothree months'im- prisonment as a rogue and vagabond for endeavouring to Subscribers-only content

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    i5i ;ts 4, Iin' it S1te Jerrenglamli Ai ais ins, ShiffiI Salop. Alt Mr Franctis Stuart, ailsittn, stalyrtI1lte 3 Richtard Arscott. of Pyoestmtijs near Exeter, tnitle,, d. s ur. 5Sep.3 28, sod Ocd. 12, 3t1, at Ill, at tile lItlit Subscribers-only content

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    similar circumstances. Anrong the principal cases of saving life recently investi- gated mnay be mientioned that of aI man named Arscott, wisho brs been awarded the silver medal for rescuing f roin a well, 2Oft. deep, whicls had fallen in, Subscribers-only content

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    in the docl; with one of his eyscosod crac >a~fretly from the effects of a very severe blow. beet ,1iipector Arscott, of the E division, said that about in $r'5e on Monday afternoon he was told that a fight was Subscribers-only content

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    Chi ~er Leslie Norris, New; William Wordhip Paine, jiz ire Charles Bickersteth Wheeler, New: Morton James bIO; lee Tomlin, New; Arscott Wmn Harvey Dckinson, Linr tat Waltef Scull, Lincoln: Henry Normnn Hind, Lin2 cry William George Woolsey, All Souls'; Edward Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. Cnarles P. Smith and Fredericx L. Gaul, Queen's; Rev. Bernard (. R. Hale and Rev. Grosvenor G. Knox, ;!ew; Arscott W. H. Dickinson and Josenh E. Little, Lincoln; Rev. Edgar F. C. Noott and Henry P. Cholmeley, Magdalen; Herbert Subscribers-only content

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    n. Okehampton, Devon. Robert Arscott, the author of crime, is about 65, and the victim was bit. wi-e. wvho v.- a few years younger. They had been married 3' vears. and there had been fourteen children. Arscott aui in wife Subscribers-only content

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    Order. 21. It. IOLErT, 'W lL J.7011:0 .1(151, Sec. TIoyal Masonic Lodge No. '28. AlI`C'OTT--May 4. at E'inmonth, Thomllins R1CJIiOlI9 Arscott, Brevoct-Major D1ct on urilly Mitia, aged 4',1 veans. ClUSEEN'S-Mfav 1, at Tliclwct Road,IPongc,Louisa, youngest dauglflter of the latto Janes Subscribers-only content

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    Williain , Itehaird Good win 13Boven Wilsoln, BurIke Cuppage, R bert BUliil, Wi chard Beaumnont Biurinaby, John fuHngerford Grillin, Thoinas Arscott L ethbriilce, Daniel Thorildilco. larry Stow, Williami Fraser, Cliarles Goetling, Ctamlles Henry M\ltc, T heopliiliu Dusbrisay, Charles Bortle Symons, Subscribers-only content

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    Wilson, Borke C., uged Robert Burn, Richard Beaumont Bnrnaby, Retired List, John Hudgerford Ocriefin, William How Benis, Retired List; Themes Arscott Lethebridge, Retired List; Daniel ThorOdike, Harry StowRetiFredeist; William Fraser, Charls Foot stling, Charles Henry MEe, Rndies, tibed List; Generap;ilie Subscribers-only content

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    with the real coin. It was . also stated that there were base threepebny and fourpenny pieces in circulation. I .Arscott Elliott, aged thirty-one, was charged with having, while in the employment of the General Post-offsce, stolent a letter con- Subscribers-only content

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    was assisted by Misses A. atsd H. Horton assd Mr. Lawvsos, wvho sanlg several popular airs, and Messrs. Draper and Arscott, who gave classical performances upon the violin and pianoforte. The room was crowded by the etfte of the island. Subscribers-only content

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