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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fed hefyd yn obaitli i ni mewn- blynyddac i ddyfod.' The Christian Conception of Holiness," by Rev. 7r E. 11. Askwith, M.A., (M2acmillan and Co., fs.). Y n u)eddwl sydd yn rhedeg drwy y gyfrol hon, ar yr 'r hwa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    action, the Queen's troops losing seventy, besides several officers wounded, including Henry O'Donnell, the brother of the general, and Licit. Askwith, the British commissary with the army of the centre. Cabrera's baggage-train, military effects, ammO nition, and provisions were seized. Subscribers-only content

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    Tuite, vice Walsh. To be First Lieutenants-Second Lieut. S. H. S. Inglefield, vice Young; Second Lieut. E M. Boxer, vice Askwith; Second Lieut. C. S. Long;en, vice Dunlop; Second Lieut. W. A. Mid- dleton, vice Dick; Second Lieut. R. J. Subscribers-only content

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    Ge::erAl Officer -W. Farineaux, vi e Wytde remov,-d aS a Geecral Officer. Capt. sto be Lieut.- Cols.: Brevet.-Lieut.-Col. V. I Askwith, vice Rawnslev, promoted-Brevot- Mnij r F.Dmusiop, vic Hardinge, promoted-Breret-Mojor i. Dick, vice Andl.encs proineted-Brevet-Major A. Iylee, vice Wilds, pratmosted Subscribers-only content

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    be Capt; Sec-Capt P Bedingfeld to be Capt, v Knox; ieutE Lyou to be SeoCapt v Bediegfeld; Brev-Col W H Askwith (supernumerary) to be Col; Brev.Csl k Dunlop, CB, to be Cal, v Anderson, removed as a General Officer; Capt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lieut. Simpson; Mr. P. H. Scott; Mr. J. M'Gregor; Mr. Houghton l Mr. W. Kirkness; Mr. James Bullock; Miss K Askwith Mr. Towers; Mr. and Miss Kirkwood; Mrs. James and child; Mr. Withers. Steerage Passengers-From Liverpool :-Samael Stevens 49, wife, Subscribers-only content

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    the Bois de Baulogne, in Paris. She is seriously injured. At Sheffield, on Tuesday, I labonring lad named Thomas i Askwith, wits sent to gaol for one mouth with hard labour r foorrueolly illtroeting some ponies grazing in a field. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "WANVTED " CLASS of ADVYERTIS-EAMETS 5'or consecufive insertions of the classes of small Adrertisemgnt piirtieiila eid brlow the feolaiving are tho prepid charges 16 Words, Onjce f~;. ad 1 o2 or~ ~~ .0 Dito . he. nurieo sOL. Ditto, Subscribers-only content

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    TO LET-DWELIG HlOUSES AND LAW.D q~ eveloetie the Lckey, rankley, D2'~ceiic', &e, ollutisilifng bre gii~derlfton oussten bed roonse, bath room; gaq anti o i5 tiero I hoot: sablelJ, coe-ouse, tandI 1 kstores of land. ~j~hehfslflile~rom SelytikSitin ontm letSburban a Subscribers-only content

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    E. Wilson, R. L. G. Pideock, A. H. 11ecauREI i Boyden, F. IV. Burbidge, .J. Long, H. H. Prose, jT, Askwith, anl G. Warne. There were also amongst tl'c present Messrs. Cameron Corbett, It. H Clive E Yates, J. H. Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. RACING NOTES. Y There is every prospect of fine weather being experienced at a Four Oaks Park to.morrow, and though so much rain has fallen is during the past. few days the course will be free of Subscribers-only content

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    candi- dates ore declared to have so acquitted themselves as to deserve mathematical honours :-R. Allen, St. John's; Allen, Jesus; Askwith, Trinisy; , arif, Trinity Hall; C. NV. C. Barlow, Peterhouse; Barnes, St. John's; Bellamy. Qnseen's; Berry, Magdalene; Beurne, Cathermie's; Subscribers-only content

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    6, C. W-. . Barlow, Pctorhouse; 7, Platts, Trinity; 8, Foster, St. John's; g, 11 G. Dawson, Christ's ; 10, Askwith, Trinity, and MLiddletnast, St. John's-bracketed ; 12, Presland, St, John's; 13, Crawford, Trinity; 14, Clark, Pembroke; 15. Josoland, Uhrist's; Subscribers-only content

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    Eliot (vicar of Aston), C. G. Baskerville, E. Dale Roberts (vicar of St. Paul's), M. Parker, K. Kempster. J. EL. Askwith; Messrs. G. A. Thompson, T. White, T. G. Pratt, W. Sherrar. J. Chadwick, B. lane, G. Lane, J. Pellow, Subscribers-only content

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    Addiuse!ll, Mf- B.. of a daughter. MARRIED. MrILLER-FON-S.-On the 1tth inst.. at Aston Parish Chucell thy trie RIev J. IL Askwith), E. Mitclaoi MIller, to Les-, yocucerz; daughter i-f r. Thomas Fones. hotn if A.tos. IOROGAN -EVANS.-On the 21it inst., Subscribers-only content

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    E. easluck, C. C.: Watson, NV. B Wilkineson (bon. secretary), N. R. Cox (organising secretary), IV. a. Badger, J.' I 'Askwith, C. Harrison, S. D, Young, W. B. Carpenter All Mason, '. Head, A. H. Vatts, A. J. Bionic,. J. Subscribers-only content

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    health having been heartily drunk on the proposition of Isr. R. T. Reed, M.P., Ar. Gladstono, in reply, said: Mlr. Askwith, my lords aind gentlemen-I can assuro you therc is one drawback to tse pleasure -and satisfaction *with which a Subscribers-only content

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    Quern's; and P. I, lail, St.' I John's. Division 3: Clarke, Pembroke; and If. G. Dausose christ's. Seconil Class.-Division 1: Askwith, Trinity. Divisio 2 Johiston, Peterhouse: M'Aulay, Caius ; and Nicoli, 'eter, house. Division 3: Pate, St. John's. . Thrd Subscribers-only content

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    into custody. He then became very violent, kicked the oiceer, and bit his finger badly. He also kicked Police- constables Askwith and Ross, who came to their comrade's assistance. He behaved, it was stated, like a madman, end had to Subscribers-only content

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    s a candidate at tho iext election. He is studying at Berlin at present. PstgyERmEN1TS AND AVtPOINTESTN'rS.-Lev, John TMid- eon Askwith, senior curate of Aston; vicar of Chsrst Church, Derby. Rev. E. B. Charleton; vicar of KIsm Brorulev, Iichfeld. Rev. Subscribers-only content

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