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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PYTCOLEY IUNT EORSE SHOW. The eighth annual Pytchlev Hunt Horse Show was held atAltorp i'ark, the seat of Lord Spencer, yester- day. The judges were :-Hunters: Ir. H. Harter, Crendeld Court; Mr. Geo. Lepper, Aylesbury: and Mr. -J M. Subscribers-only content

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    QCOTT'S CONUAN'EL1ARY on the BIBLE.- t.,The proprieolrrsof heRev. Thomas Scott'sCommentarY I Qn tile Holy Bible fild themeelvos under the necessity of ex- T Vling111 to the public their present position. -'. -~ ...- C ID the summer of last Subscribers-only content

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    All Notices of Marriages or DeathAs sert from a 4fsNeacc must be authenthcated by the signature of one of our Agents, or by that of a knowsn correspondentat thlse left at the office, bi the sender. The words " Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. Yorris-June 13, at Ballynafeigh, Belfast, the wife of Mr. A. Morris, of a son. '.Koullin-Jane 10. at Trinity Square, Southwark, the wife of the Rev. D. A. Moullin. of a daughter. M'FerranT-Jnne 13, at o, Fitzwilliam S:reet, Belfast, Subscribers-only content

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    S COTT'S COMMENTARY on the k3 ~~~~BIBLE. The Proprietors of the Rev. Thiowas Scoitt' "1Commlentary Onl t~he Ho, il"find theniselves under tho neceseity of explainIng to the Pub 'to their present position. In the surmmer of I iot sear Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. BELL.-April 14, Mrs. C. Bell, Bridgestreet, Birkenhead, of a son. I CAMPBELL-April 13, at Gllowgate-street, Glasgow, Mrs. A. I Campbell, of a son. t FINZL-April 14, Mrs.8. L. Pinzig Dalby terraoe, City-road, of ason. Subscribers-only content

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    WOR(ESTER and HEREFORD RAILWAY. ti W INCOaPOUATION of CO.NPANY for mahing a RAIL. 'WAY front WVORIJESVER to HERtEFORD, with BRANCHEbS to WoRCESTER and to the SIIR'-SNS IJRY and HEREFORD FRAILWAY, and WORKING ARRANGEMENTS with the MID- L6AND and LONDON Subscribers-only content

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    SHAREHOLDERS IN THE UNITY FIRE AND SH, LIFE ASSOCIATIONS. (I(BNT CCXTINt'lrD.) 'Eastess,.Tolin, and raster'. I'll- U11. ., 17, LeyncoriArcet, Deal.Br John,.Iln. II L~ovoer-tetiiC, is,al B 3iasxeo, J., asid 1-b-tc', II., 17, L.)i,,er-stiroet, Deal, tea doilar flatI Kiastce, 1is6., St.Margaret' Subscribers-only content

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    Preferred.- The Rev. William Nassau Moles worth, M. A., of Pembroke college, incumbent of St. Andrew's, Manchester, to the incumbency of St. Clement's Church, Spotland- The Rev. Sidney Liddersdale Smith, M. A., of St. John's college, to the rectory Subscribers-only content

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    ESSEX. 1 MARRIED. On the 3rd inst., at Romford, Alfred, tliird son of the late Henry llighton, Esip, of Leicester, to Caroline, youngest daughter of the late Henry Tweed, of Romford Lodge, Koinford, Kssex. DIED. On the 28th ult., Subscribers-only content

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    RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE The Archbishop 0 f Canterbury requests the clergy of his diocese to make mention of the troops in Afghanistan mtheir use of the prayer for all conditions of men and in the Litany. On Mmday week the Subscribers-only content

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    RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. The Bishop of Sodor and Man has announced bis intention of resigning at the end of the present year. His Lordship has been in bad health for a long time, and has for upwards of two years Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. Dec. 27th, at Roecliife, Leicestershire, the wife of Sir Fred. Win. Heygate, llart.. ofa daughter. Jan, 4th, at West Farleigh, Kent, the wife of the Key. C. W. Ross, late officiating Minister of Great Bromley, in this county, Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. Jan, 4th, at West Farleigh, Kent, the wife ofthe Rev. C. W. Ross, late officiating Minister of Great Bromley, in this county, ofa son and heir. Jan. 7th, at East House, near Romford, the wife of Wortham Hitch, Subscribers-only content

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    &crlfot„fttiCAl Siticlligntrr. THE CALENDAR Sunday, Aug. 20.- 10rA Sunday after Trinity. Morning Lessons : 1 Kings xii. ; 1 Cor. i. to v. 26. Evening Lessons : 1 Kings xiii., or xvii. ; Matt. xxvi. 57. Thursday, Aug. 24. Subscribers-only content

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    ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. THE CALENDAR. Sunday, January 4th.- Second Sunday after Christ mas. Morning Lessons : Isaiah xlii. ; Matthew iii. Evening Lessons : Isaiah xliii. ; or xliv. ; Acts ii. 22. Tuesday, January 6th.- Epiphany of our Lord. Subscribers-only content

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    CHELMSFORD. Eastern Counties' Hallway*- f 322 miles .rpen.j _ rp.xreH KtTCBN for the wkkk BKI)IR« JCHE 26. l« r >:i K3 „ ,\ P«»wnpers, Parcels, tee 9308 17 n £ 8 . <i Merchandise. Cattle, ice 7,3-iy 4 0-17i>W Subscribers-only content

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    Orton, Rothwell, Rushton, Rushton All Saints' Rushton Saint Peter, Pipewell, Harrington, Desborough' Draughton, Wilbarston, Draybook, Arthingworth, Chapel Brampton, Church Brampton, Brampton Ash, D'-ngley Great Oxenden, Little Oxenden, East Farndon, Sutton Bassett Little Bowden, Saint Mary, Saint Mary in Arden, Saint Subscribers-only content

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    ALL SAINTS' OPEN DISCUSSION CLASS. THB ANNUAL WALK. On Saturday last, tbe A ll B_in_s' Open Discussion class went tbe time-honoured walk to Bradgate. A goodly company met at the "Open," amongst whom were Mr. Atkins, B.Sc, and Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    OPENING OF A NEW CHAPEL AT BLABY. Achapel has recently been erected at the rear of the Blaby rjaion House, and on Tuesday last the opening was cele- brated by divine service therein, the Yen. and Bey. Arch- deacon Subscribers-only content

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