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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y marsiandwyr enwog- Baring Brothers:& Co., a roes yteulu hwn i'r bendef- igaeth, ac o'r un gwreiddyn y tyfodd Arglwydd Ashburton, ac esgob presenol Durham, ond gan mai ofer fuasai i mi geisio olrhain amider cysylltiadau y Barings ' holl Subscribers-only content

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    yn cynwys 14 o raeau. Hysbysa Messrs Chapman & Hall argrafflad newydd * weithiau Carlvle, o dan y taitl 'The Ashburton Edition,' mewn 17 o gyfrolau. Mae gan Mr. Elliot Stock lyft yn y wedg eydd yn debyg o fod Subscribers-only content

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    ... - 1 Wilber~floq-518 .. . - - ,, ESSEX, Epping. Ibbetson 4659 .. -'! - 1 Barnard 2915 DEvoNsHIRE, Ashburton. Hlayne 4483 ., .. 1 - - H~rris 8128 TRALDE, Kerry West. Barrington 2607 *-- - - 1 Rowan Subscribers-only content

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    A-lessre. M'sTlnj- MAN and Co. Bankers, London ; ard at the Banks at Kingsbridge, Exeter, Plymouflh, Dar4rnoutt, rotnes;, Newton, and Ashburton. A meeting of Mr. CoaB rTT'S friends hasbeeln called at Manche.cter, to consider of the propriety of appointirtg a Subscribers-only content

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    morning, misses one of his winged shoes, which Venus; with whom he was at that time domesticated, hatl dispatched to Ashburton, to bespeak a similar pair for her- self. Not returning, the God and Goddess agree to go in search Subscribers-only content

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    dauglters. H-e leaves a sum of money, the interest of which is to be d~istrbated annually amongst the poor of Ashburton. He likewise to Exeter College another suim, the foundation of an annual scholarrhip. Three thousand pounds are left to Subscribers-only content

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    q. of Gower street, BedfOrd square, one of the Directors of the East India Company. On the 29th' WCt., at Ashburton, Devon, Lieutenant-,Culoeel Charles Thomas Ilitglos, of the East India Company's Service. ' - On the 26th ult. at Bolton, Subscribers-only content

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    Peacock, Esq., of Chancery lane, in the 78th year of his age. On the 3ist ult., at Holwell House, near Ashburton, Devon, Win. Harper, Esq. aged 71 years. On the 24th ilt., Colonel the Hon. Edward Acheson, brother to the Subscribers-only content

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    Lime street {square, merchants. [Freshfield and.Son, New Bank buildings. M. Wilshere, Woolwich, carrier. [Suter, Greenwich. J. anti R. B. Berry, Ashburton and Ivy Bridge, Devonshire, serge-manu- facturers. [Wilde, Rees, and Humphry, College Hill, W. G. Williams, Throgmorton street, auctioneer. [Dacie, Subscribers-only content

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    street. J. F. Bardwell. King's Arms build., warehouseman. [Legge, Rolls build. P. Walker, Knaresborough, grocer. [Blakelock, Serjeant's inn. R. Carlile, Ashburton, serge-manufacturer. [Anderton, New Bridge st. J. Puckeridge, Draycott, tarmer. [Eyre, Gray's inn square. T'. Allinsen and J. Williats, Manchester, Subscribers-only content

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    lot. 125 Arundel ... Lord D. C. Stuart.Money ............ Inlab.Householders Ald. J. Atkins .... Money ' scot and lot 450 Ashburton .... RtHnC.Arbu tlh Lord.Clincos ....Resident Freehold- Sir L. V. Palk....H 'ims elf . ' ers ........... .Bewd-ey>4- ~ AsRgh-q~j. Subscribers-only content

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    expenses of Lord John Russel's elec- tion for the county. Ashbunrte.-Colonel Torrens opposes Sir Lawrence Palk, the Anti- reformer, at Ashburton ; and there is every probability that the latter will he thrown out, as Colonel Torrens has been extremely Subscribers-only content

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    repre- sented its case, and which had received immediate attention from govern- ment. Colonel TORRENS observed that the people of Ashburton had also memorialized the Secretary of State, and although their prayer was refused, they did not insist upon being Subscribers-only content

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    UNITED PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, July 25. On the motion of the Bishop of LONDON, the churches building bill was read a second time. The Bishop of BATH and WELLS presented a petition against the beer act, particularly Subscribers-only content

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    in consequence of this clhangewere Aldborough, Ashburton (Yorkshire) (a laughJ) Amersbam, East Griustead, Olbehampton, and Saltash. There Was another borough, regarding which, there were some doubts as to the himits of the borough. Supposing Ashburton to beone of the 56, Subscribers-only content

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    J. RUSSELL said that further inquiry had been made respecting Ashburton, and, although some error had been discovered, yet the difference was not sufficient to remove it from schedule B. Ashburton, Eye, Westbury, and Wareham, were then voted into the Subscribers-only content

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    were not nomi- nation boroughs, why was one member taken from them? The LORD CHANCELLOn defended the schedule ; Petersfield, Ashburton, Eye, West- bury, Wareham. Midhurst, Woodstock, Wilton, Malmesbury, Liskeard, Reigate, Hythe, Great Grimsby Totness, Droitwich, Lyme Regis, Laun- ceston, Subscribers-only content

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    the whip frightening the hore a t ful sped.Mr aco pt hs had hroghthe window oftecrswn hishead camei contact with aprojecting branch of a tree, and frred his skull. Mr Bacot was removed to an inn at Ashburton, following evening. Subscribers-only content

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    THEATRICAL EXAMINER. DRUtRY LANE. Shakspeare's tragedy of Rikchard the Second was dragged out upon this stage the other evening; for what earthly purpose we cannot possibly divine. It is the last tragedy in the world that should-be committed to Subscribers-only content

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    LIST OF ELECTION MOVEMENTS. Arundid, Dec. 24.-Mr David Lyon offered himself, but after going to Arundel, found he bad no chance. Ashburton.-The Reformers are certain of Mr Lusbington. Babru.-Mr Tancred and Mr Lloyd Williams are already in the field, Subscribers-only content

 

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