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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N.Lyr. 1b~sRZsmscsN= O(MU5ATIO55. hbbotl, Miss Emmis and IRockborne, neon Abbot Mircs~xn!`y 5 Salisbury. Abboth1omas, Creseent. Gts heid,.Durhtarn, esqluwr. Abbott, Thonsas, Awliscombe, near Honiton. veoiman. Abeidelin. William John, jt~a in.Twr{l. eteman. 'I, yEdward, 5, Montleld lams Hereford, gentleman. Abrl as, axus~ Subscribers-only content

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    the meeting separated. LRESIGNATION OF MiL 3USTIC1, PAItgsoN.-The no6n. Mr. Justiea Patteson presided 'on Thursday'at the annual dinner of the Awliscombe, Buckerel, and Ferriton AgiutrlAssociation, ait Ferriton, about 12 mlarest from ~xeter, near which place the learned judge's coointryresi- dneis Subscribers-only content

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    Philip and Scent At Jamtes,' Saint John, Alpibington otherwise Affifighami Tything, Goosford Tytbing, Cadhaty otherwisa Thoramow Tythinig, Olt-. ;:tisham, Iicekcrell, Awliscombe, Haionton, Honiton Birough, d,' leigh, Olfuvell, Widworthy, Wilmington, Cotleigh, Shute, Whit. )I Iforsd otherwise Whiteford, Musbusry, Ruosadown, M~traingtoa, Ax. Subscribers-only content

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    to St. John Evangelist, Toft, near Knutsford. Rev. J. H. Hocking, to Debenham V., Suffolk. Rev. H. H. Jebb, to Awliscombe V. Rev. C. H. Joberns, to Christ Church V., West Brom- wich. , 5 8V ' !' ii uffman Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. James Cattermole, of this town, to Mr. George Hodgkinson, chemist, of the above place. On the 13th inst., at Awliscombe, James H. Patteson, barrister-at-law, of the Middle Temple, youngest son of the Richt Hon. Sir J. Patteson, to Annie, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On Sunday last an admirable sermon was preached by the Hon. and Rev. E. Pellew, at St. James's church, in behalf of the Charity Schools, in this town. The rev. gentleman urged the increased necessity for liberal con- tributions, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    made a few nights ago in Devonshire. Mr. Pring, who is the owner of an estate in the parish of Awliscombe, resides in a house near the vil- lage, which is situated in a retired spot. One night, hearing a Subscribers-only content

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    made a few nights ago in Devonshire. Mr. Pring, who is the owner of an estate in tbe parish of Awliscombe, resides in a bouse near the village, wbich is situated iq a retired spot One night, hearing a noise, Subscribers-only content

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    Board. Burglart and Violence.- A few weeks ago two men were committed to the Devon county gaol for burglary at Awliscombe, and for a violent assault on Mr. Pring, the occu- pant of the house, which they were alleged to Subscribers-only content

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    her nurse, Mary Cadford, aged 25, with seri- ous injury to other members of the family. Besides a stone in Awliscombe churchyard record- ing the servant's death, Lady Graves-Sawle has just presented a handsome oak font cover Mr. Harry Hems' Subscribers-only content

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    present the Rev. Francis Thomas Bedford Willesford, A.8., son of Francis Willesford, Esq., solicitor, of Tavistock, to the Vicarage of Awliscombe, Devon, void by the death of the Rev. Richard Vivian Willes- ford. B.D. The Lord Bishop of Ferns bas Subscribers-only content

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    FIRM. NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK OF ENGLAND. Persons of whom the Company or r'artxiei.-liip consists. Aame - Residence. Occupation. Abbot, Thomas, Awliscombe, near Honiton, Yeoman Aberdem WUUam John, Koyal Mint, Tower HiU, Gentleman Abley Edward 5, Monfield Place, Hereford, GenUeman Aclaud, Subscribers-only content

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    ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE THE CALENDAR. Scndat, April 29.- Fifth Sunday after Easter Morning Lessons. Eveni no Lessons Deut. vi. ; Luke xx. v. 27 Deut. ix., or x v 1 • p A i to xxi. v. 5. | i. Subscribers-only content

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    station. - Yorkshireman. Resignation of Mr. Justice Patteson. - Mr. Justice Patteson presided on Thursday, at the annual dinner ofthe Awliscombe, Buckerel, and Ferriton Agricultural Associa- tion, at Ferriton, about twelve miles from Exeter, near which place the learned judge's Subscribers-only content

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    of Mb. Justice Patteson. - The Hon. Mr. Justice Patteson presided on Thurs- day, at the annual dinner of the Awliscombe, Buckerel, and Feniton Agricultural Association) at Feniton, about 12 miles from Exeter, near which place the learned judge's country Subscribers-only content

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    whom the Company or Partnership consists. NAME OF FIRM SAKE. RESIDENCE. OCCUPATION. Abbot, Thomas, Crescent, Gateshead, Durham, yeoman Abbott, Tuomas, Awliscombe, near Honiton, esquire Aberdein, William John, Royal Mint, Tower Hill, gentleman Abley, Edward, 5, Monfleld Place, Hereford, gentleman Abraham, Subscribers-only content

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    PBOYINCIAL BANK QT«KQ*LAJD fenont of r hoa tht Company or Partnerthip Consists: *Kjt Thomas, Crescent, Gateshead, Durham, esquire ibott Tliomas, Awliscombe, near Honiton, yeoman >crd>*in William John, Royal Mint, Tower BiU, gentleman .ley Edw: ri, 5, Monfield Place, Hereford, gentleman Subscribers-only content

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    of whom the Company or Partnership consists. Abbott Thomas, Awliscombe, near Honiton. gentleman Aberdein WiUiam John, Boyal Mint Tower-hill, gentleman Abley Edward, 5, Alonfield-place, Hereford, gentleman Ackland Mrs. Mm.it, Broadhembury, Devon Acworth Edward, M.D., 3, Regency-square, Brighton Adams Francis. The Subscribers-only content

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    ft Lengfordcum Little Far- rington, per Rev. Al- fred Smith 7 0 • Otteston,Devon,perßev. L. G. Elliott 6 14 8 Awliscombe, do. per the Rev. H. Thorpe 16 0 a Otf well, ditto, by Rev. J. G. Coulestone, 3d sub- Subscribers-only content

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    Somerset Subscription Hounds meet to-morrow at Slowly Wood ; Saturday, at Raleigh's Cross. Mr. Cross's Hounds meet on Wednesday at Awliscombe. The Somerset Vale Hounds meet to-morrow at Dillington House ; Friday, at Pylie Church. The Cadbury Harriers meet to-morrow Subscribers-only content

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