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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    efficaSciou in Curing Scorbutie Humours, even afteraso years' snffering.-M~ R. Corner, of Wellntoin- forms Professor Holloway, that Hiss Perry, of Ashbrittle. hod been a sufferer for thirty years from Scorbutic humours in the head and face. which seriously affected her Subscribers-only content

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    pork pie maker, March 8, at 11, Nottinghams. D. Evans, Brecon, draper, March 4, at 11, Bristol. as J. Perry, Ashbrittle. grocer, March 4, at 11, Exeter. [le T. W. Mason, Mrarrick, clerk in holy orders, March 3, at 11, Subscribers-only content

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    of the Farnley estate. The death took place on Saturday of Sir Henry Coster Lea Ed(wards, Bart., of The Mansion. Ashbrittle, Somer- setshire, in his 57th year. Deceased was connected with an old Halifax amimily, bemn the eldest son of Subscribers-only content

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    Burslem, H3anley, Northatmpton-22, Br indon. Coheshill, Newcastle, Shenstone, Ashby-de-la- Zouchi, Daventry-23 Bromssgrove,WViveliscombe,Wirks- worth, Towcester-""24, Lichfield, Wallsall, Campden, 'ethury, 'rome, Oundle-25, Ashbrittle, Matlock, Lut- terworth-'27, Worwiels, RAIL; WA FS. Ten years ago, railvfays, as a mneans of general transit for passengers Subscribers-only content

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    of 101. has been offered on the apprehension and of conviction of the burglars. is FAIRS TO BE HOLI)ENM-Feb. 17, Rugby, Bridgwater, in Banbury-18, Nuneaton, Charlbury, Kegworth-21, to Worcester, Langport, Northampton-22, Broonisgrove, 'eWivliscombe-24, Walsall, Frome, Lutterworth, Oundle- 25, Ashbrittle, Diatloek. Subscribers-only content

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    some s- of them are of high repute. *n FAIRS TO BE HOLDEN.-Feb. 24, Walsall, Fronae, Lut- me terworthi, Oumidle-25, Ashbrittle, Matloek-28, Brandon, s- Shenstone, Chesterfield, Daventry.-March 1, Abbot's ee Bromley, Bristol, Duffield-2, Leicester, Brackley-St eoem, Chapel-en-le-Fritb, Hiarrow Inn, Eceleshaill Subscribers-only content

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    Flidington, near Bridgwator, valued t f, a- The Rev. Charles P. Quick ~has been appointed to the ea' Rectory of Ashbrittle, Somerset, value 4U0JParo tea Quick, Esq. Parn..1 lat The Bath C'lronsiele is informed that the Rectory I By of Subscribers-only content

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    Prowkr Vicar of Purton, Wilts, Honorary Canon of b52 many years Rural Dean of Cricklade.- On the 2<H_h „i* at Ashbrittle, near Wellington, Son\em?,^e d 32 Ihe Rev. Nelson B, Corfe. MA. W«r~-.J?. « > A c Oxford, only son Subscribers-only content

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    Bedft ■rd_»;;'- Died.- The Rev. N. Nutcombe, B. C. L. Ch;iic-l'" r of Exeter, Rector of Bishop's Morehead, Devonshire, *■■ Ashbrittle, Somersetshire.- The Rev. W. V/ilton, »gf* .0, Rector of Southstoke, Sussex.- ln his 73d year, ,» Rev. Jonathan Davies, Subscribers-only content

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    Humours, evan after 30 yean suffer- in? - afr. R. Corner, of Wellington, informs Professor Holloway, that ___ss Perry, of Ashbrittle, had been suffering from scorbutic humours is the head and face, which seriously affected her bodily health. Sbs was Subscribers-only content

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    of age who have satisfied the examiners, but who are not included in the foregoing classes : - J. Babb, Ashbrittle, East Devon County School, Robert Clouting. W. Barrett, Truro, Mansion House School, Exeter, Bey. W. H. Dynham, B.A. F. Subscribers-only content

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    an unsound state of mind." A Little " Old English Gentleman."- Richard Garnsey, the son of humble parents, living at Ashbrittle, in this connty, though nearly fourteen years old, is no more than two feet three inches in height. He Subscribers-only content

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    Birmingham, boot and shoe dealer. H. Lees, Leek, silk manufacturer. C. Denver Shipstone-on-Stour, builder. D. Evans, Brecon, draper" J. Perry, Ashbrittle, grocer. J. C. Ramadan, Bradford" reed maker. W. Wise, Northallerton, auctioneer j' M. Burgess, Liverpool, draper. T.Ford, Bootle nob" Subscribers-only content

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    Ireby, Walsall. ' ' Mondy, 25.- Burnham (Bucks), Feversham, Llauerillo, Llanfechel, Matlock, Oundle, Plympton Stoke (Suffolk), Ashbrittle, Chesterfield, Daventry. Pontypool, Usk. " Tuesday, 26.- Adwalton, East Grinstead, Hor- sham, Maluisbury, Rochester, Wiveliscome, Birken- head (Cheshire.) ' Wednesday, 27.- Chesterfield, Truro. Subscribers-only content

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    by the Lord Bishop of Durham, the Bey. Charles Pen- rose Quickc, 8.A., formerly of Barwell, and now rector of Ashbrittle, Somersetshire, to Anna Mary, second daughter of Bobert Bowne Mm turn, Esq., of New York. On the Sth instant Subscribers-only content

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    maintenance of the fabric and services of the church. The preacher woo the Rev. C. P. Quickc, 8.A., rector ot Ashbrittle, Somerset, pre- viously curate of BorwalL The church was decorated with fruit and flowers. Tbe congregations ware huge, and Subscribers-only content

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    White Hart Inn in Wellington ; the Tuns, at Tiverton; the White Hart in Milverton, and the Six Bells in Ashbrittle aforesaid ; _ud of Mr. Clarke, Attorney at Law, in Ciurd, wiiere a Map o! the Premises may be Subscribers-only content

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    Hart Inn in Wellington ; the Tuns, at Tiverton ; the White Mart in Milverton, and the Six Bells in Ashbrittle : aforesaid ; and of Mr. Clarke, Attorney at Law, in Chard, where a Map of tiie Premises may Subscribers-only content

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    that she might not take cold. The prisoner seeing this, said, " Ah ! I see, you are going to Ashbrittle (a village about two miles from the prisoner's house), and I shall go too." On this he took his Subscribers-only content

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    Thomas Et iss, At Hock worthy. Devon, on the 6th inst., by th ". the Rev. John Turner, rector of Ashbrittle au county of Somerset, to Isabella Mary widow William Alder, R.N , of llfracombe, Devon. DIED. ofU. I .^n™!'!„ Subscribers-only content

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