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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW AT SHBEWSBURY. f,' Y esedy, the.Roy5l Agrililturat Show, at Slsrewsbury, ivt was open in all departments, those of live stock, dairy -produce, bee and farm management beiig added to those of irsplemneits, mnanures, and seesd, Subscribers-only content

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    L WARWICKSHIIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. is "THE SHOW AT STRATFORD-ON-AVON. *i The annual show in connection with the Warwiokshlire r 'oAgricultural Society was opened yesterday, at Stratford-I ,) on-Avon. In many respects the exhibition is the best ever 0 experienced Subscribers-only content

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    BERMMlHAM AGRICULTURAL EXEBITION SOCIEKTY. SHORTHORN SHOW AND SALE. The twenty-first annual show and sale of shorthorn cattle held under the auspices of the Birmingham Agricultural Exhibition Society was opened yesterday, at Bingley i-fall, and will be continued to-day and Subscribers-only content

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    ORDINATION FOR THE DIOCESE OF GLOU0ESTER. On Sunday morning the Lord Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol held a general ordination for his diocese, in the Cathedral, at Gloucester. His lordship was attended by the Rev. H. D. Hr. Spenco, Subscribers-only content

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    | STAFFORDSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. SHOW AT UTTTOXETER. The forty-second annual exhibitioi of the Staffordshire Agricultur lSO iietY was opened at Uttoxoter yesterday,and will be continued to-day. The show is a comprehensive one, and includes horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, poultry, Subscribers-only content

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    SHROPSHIRE AND WEST MIDLAND AGRICULTURAL SHOW. For the first time in the history of the society, the show this year is being held in Denbighshire, yesterday wit. neseing the openinz. A lovely spot in Acton Park, Axirrexblam (the birthlplace Subscribers-only content

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    |THE SHORTHORN SHOW AND SALE AT |BINGLEY MALL. I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Shorthorn show and sale was continued at Bingley Fall, yesterday. There was a very Large atterdance of buyers-many of them from abroad-and the bidding for some of the animals Subscribers-only content

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    SHORTHORN SHOW AM) SALE AT I BINGLEY HALL. The twenty eighth exhibition and sale of pure bred shorthorn cattle, held under the auspices of the Bir- mingham Agricultural Exhibition Society, was opened yesterday at Bingley Hall, and will be Subscribers-only content

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    SIHORTHRORN SHOW AND SALE AT 13NGLEY HALL. The thirty-sixth exhitition and sale of pure-bred hsbrt- horn cattle held under the auspices of the Birningeram Agricultural Exhibition So-iety was oplned yesterd.v, at; Iingley Hall, and will be corntinued t )-day. Subscribers-only content

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    SRORTRORN SHOW AN]) SALE.D T BInGLEY HALL,. 5 ,:; The thbity-eighth exhibition and saIe d( oure 'red sborthorns, held under the auspicesi of 'the Birmingbarn Agricultural Exhibition Society, took, place y. da, at Bingley 1all. The entries numbered IS2,-til~sl Subscribers-only content

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    ROYAI4AGRICULTUPA+ W NAMWASTLE 23fEETING. e The complete exhibition of the Royal .Afenlta I; Society was openedeo the public yesterday morrymg. The Town MoIoor, or rather the seventy arem of it. a which have been enclosed. for the 'puzvose, make Subscribers-only content

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    ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY'S SPRING CATTLE SHOW. Dur,m TcuEzsuAYxr F ra.cYO -The annual show of cattle, sheep, horses, poultry, agricultural irn- piementls, &c., under the auspices of the Royal Dablin Society, was opened to-day, at Ball's Bridge, and will he Subscribers-only content

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    GLOUCESTER MUSICAL FESTIVAL. The 136th MEETING of. the THREE CHOIRS (GLOUCESTER, WORCESTER, and HEREFORD). For the Benefit of the Widows and Orphans of the Clergy in the Three Dioceses, SEPTEMBER 13th, 14th, 16th, and 16th. 1869. under the patronage Subscribers-only content

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    3ATH & WEST OF ENGLAND SOCIETY AND SOUTHERN COUNTIEASSOCIATION. -lnrnmmmno-1i I..+ The annual show of this Society, wncn comnencen last week at Bristol, and has been the largest and most im- portiat exhibition ever held by the Society, came Subscribers-only content

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    months old.-Anyone having found the same will have expenses paid by Mr. A. B. Stratton,] Crawley, or Mr. Collett, Great Rissington. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. 77XCURSION TRAINS will run as under : S SATUR DAY, JuLY 3. For WEYM OUTH, Channel Subscribers-only content

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    STOW, CHIPPING-NORTON, MORETON, AND SHIPS'TON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. This Society, wvhich holds an eXnlontion quatirenniaily isa each of tho four towns which forms its constituencey, assembled at Shipston Ou Thursday se'nnight. The day was finst although the sky was overcast Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. BUCKINGHAM, HARVEST TrcANrSoIVINC SERVICES.-ServiCes to comr- memorate the successful ingathering of the harvest were held in the Parish Church on Sunday, October 3. Holy Communion was celebrated at 7 a.m., and again at 8 anm. (with choral Subscribers-only content

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    UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE. UJNIV1IRSITY PREACHERS AT ST. MARY'S. rnth Suindasy, November 7. ng10.30 a.m. TheVen,.ArchdeaconPalmer, ChristChurch. ng 2 p~m. The Rev. F. M. Millard, Magdalen College. anly Ito SERVICES AT THE CATHEDRAL. cent SATURDAY, NOV. 6. irMagniflcat and None Dimittis, Subscribers-only content

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    I WENDLEBURY-. nLEMVRH.-On Saturday evening the 11th inst. a very interesting and instructive lecture was given in the l School-room by the Rev. E. R. Maesey, Vicar of Merton, on "Church History," which was illustrated by many beautiful, picturesque, Subscribers-only content

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    A. __ , ,.1BAMPTOIW. DIED.-Dec. 17, at Lew, Sophia, widow of the late Mr. Edward Smith, aged 86. CnEnSiTxA FAae -Mr. C. Clare, butcher, of the Market- place, Bampton, had his usual Christmas show on Monday last. Included in Subscribers-only content

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