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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c,,, Ba~~~ueoaers, Doxsi ~LILyne- ~'ham Green; Tuesday, 12, Lower Woeds: Wednesday, I , Shp 11P.t in- ton Moyne; lri'day, 15, Atworth; Saturday, 16, Husliavlngton.a Biccs~srx, (at 11).-This day, December I1, Islip Town End I a TuesA!y, 12, Launton Brickryard;: Thursday, Subscribers-only content

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    11).-Friday, December 15, Brownsoverl Saturday, 16, Arbury. BSAUFORT'S, Duax orF (at 11).-This day, December 13, Ship. ton Moyne; Friday, 15, Atworth; Saturday 16, Hullavington. ,f BrCsrSTR (at 11).-Thursday, December 14, Waddesdon Cross Y Roads; Saturday, 16, HEllidon. COTSWOLD (at i1).-This Subscribers-only content

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    Ceonpanions thec2 went towards thle refreshl- die1 I ment bar, and mvhilst there a Tory official brought them 7s5. toI Atworth of chiecks for drinks. (~reat Ilaughiter.) They were the at told by thle Tory gentlemen to tearoff the Gladetouccbadges Subscribers-only content

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    l'~DVCATON'.-A Ldy renidititIn apianaut ant hebalthy Prart of EI),u',ghror ,,vWa e young LAVIES Cy ou comfort. A~n her own DE1tnghtntrs. Careful traminig antI evrQW, ecniot iteidet evnrtee.Tortan 30 to 40 goitnt'an per anntttn.-jlrOalle apteation, to Beign, BeiwOtio House, Bloh, Subscribers-only content

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    .DUKF. or (at 11).-Ttis day, December 8, Lyne. hari Green: Thursday, 10, Horton ; Friday, 11, Sisipton Mloyne; Saturday, 12, Atworth. BrossEnIM (at 11).-This (lay, December 8, Weston-on-the- G"reen ; Thursday, 10, Eythorp Bridge ; Saturday, 12, Lower Boddlegton. BURTON Subscribers-only content

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    12, Arbury. BEaewOaRT'S, Doss' os' (at 11ll--Thurscday, December 10 , f Buorton ; Friday, 11, Siblpton Mioyne ; Saitufdey, 12, Atworth, 31N BereerTEme- (at 11).-'ihnreday, Becember 10, Eythorp Bridge; Mi Saturday, 12 Lower Iloddine-tomi. BSS-ONay (paySt 10.45).-Tieurmday, December 10, Glentworth; Subscribers-only content

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    February 17, Amington Hall Friday, 19, Newbold Revel; Saturday, 20, &ospel Oak, BZAUsOIaT's, I)uEE or (at 11).-This day, February 17, Atworth; Thursdav, 18. Swallet's Gata; Friday, 10, Trouble IHouse; Saturday, B0, King's Arms, elslksharc. BECOsTzE (at 1l_-Thursday, February 18, Charrdon Subscribers-only content

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    spec- tators were regaled with the jumping competitionleft to Iover from the previous day. Mr. A. C. Daniella ts ic (Atworth) "Newcastle" carded off the rsmier award the Ron. Miss Dillon's (Charebury) "Raumia" being wi placed second, and Mr. S. Subscribers-only content

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    wras a rather alarming incident. A roan gelding, Newcastle, with a splendid action, ridden by Charles .Daniell, of Church Farm, Atworth, attempted to take both hurdles in the in-and-out obstacle, with the result that the fore feet of the animal Subscribers-only content

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    April 15, 2S, aod l May 23, at t.-Aun. Lawledge, tg. d Gray'a inn-lane. Lon. Alexandei Jordan, ot Atfrd. alias Atworth, in the ctotnty of Wilts. IraltsLe, victualler, d. c. to ser. April 2S, ip, atid Sin, i2. at t, Subscribers-only content

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    and April CIi art I, at the Ceurt of I Bankruptcy, Bristol.-Sol. Pinniger,' Clsippenltam. rt of I John Tanner lulbert, Atworth, Wilts , nlam-Pet. or. I TOWNE Jireh, of George-street, Spitaltields in thtocounty of Middlesex, chocolate manufacturer, to nor. Msarrls Subscribers-only content

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    YORKSHIRE RIFLE ASSOCIATION PRIZE MEETING. ml ra I . .- n Lir-Te first prize mieetuing under the auspices of thle loeYos-kbire 'Ride Associa~tiion conureticated on TuesdayI Th'ie morning last,, ujo Strzn',al C01cnntoo, a level waste Of I ad to Subscribers-only content

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    the coroner for Mid Wilts,,Mr. George Sylvester, of the death of a child under the follow. ing singular circumstances :-&t Atworth, near Bradford- on-Avon, an infant was placed under the care pf the w id of the lodge-keeper at Weston Subscribers-only content

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    Edge Tool Mernufactory, at Bedhurn, about nine miles from Bliehop Auckland, ListbRaidinl goun planshiendVpotogaphs P ofl Ettheworkna bhe yAlred PH Atworth CAYemeelia, andeColinnaincia A elintst7hor folk-tret ofa'ok nelieeter;sd F. C SheppintodofAccuntant, Sunder.t ortwooMesr. OWER hafrndo WARDec Sltorsuto hebuiquidnatoral 'Bishop Asland. Subscribers-only content

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    wStfor, tron merchantm henton. Lodge. and t enton, Dewebnry, buildest Jobneen end Thornton. L~ectater, wholseslg shoe Em~anufaturers Titt and Dixon. Atworth, farmera Warwick and Whiting, onuthend. Asureons Wemdd m a ld Eon, Cor Evhanedehattbers coon moerchante tinchirffe andt Oldham, h'tacdeseld, Subscribers-only content

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    seconded by the Itev. 3im HrRST. In the course of the proceedings the PREsmHcie stated . that the PHe. Dr. Atworth, fommerly Principal of the . ollcge, has beer, ill for many weelts past, and that hit Iriands have more Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. J. Graham, M.A., Prebendary of ise Lichfiehlu Cathedr il-patron, the Bishop. Rev. 0. M. io Grin don, Vicar of Atworth with South Wraxall-patrons, 1. the Dean and Chapter of Bristol. Rev. J. Grundy, curate of r, St. Timothy's, Evertoa, Subscribers-only content

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    curate of St. Bartholome;w's, Sydenham, Vicar of Wincanton, Somerset-patron, the Rev. Canon Yeatmanu Rev. Octavius Mdaunsell Grindon, M.A., Vicar of Atworth with South W1raxall- patrons, the Dean and Chapter of Bristol ; Rev. Joseph Wriliam Hardman, LL.D., publie preacher in Subscribers-only content

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    Nicholas, Liverpool. bly the Hon. and Rev. Canon Gordon during vacancy of the Sce of Salisbury-Rov. U. Alford, M.A,, to Atworth with South Wraxall.-Guardian. . UPPOSmD ATTBIMFT TO SmT FrRE TO A MISSION 1 HA.ln.-At the Thaiess Police-court on Wednesday, Subscribers-only content

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    Station; Friday, Iver Heath; at eleven. Bath-Tuesday, Atworth; Friday, Fir Tree, Writhlington; at half-past eleven. Petre's, Hon. F.-Tuesday, High Easter; at balf-past eleven. FoX.ROUNDr. Atherstone-Monday, Red Gate; Wedoesday, Hint's Hall; Friday, Churchover; Saturday, Twycross; at a quarter before eleven. Badsworth-Tuesday, Subscribers-only content

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