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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; THE 3 EASTER MANEUVRES. : OPERATIONS Atr DOVER.. Superb weather favoured the volunteers who assembled in their thousands on the heights above Dover yesterday. The experien~e of Friday add Saturday, when the genial influence of bright sunshine was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EASTER MANEUVRES. I (From the Iames.) THE FIGHT NEAR DOVER. DOVER, APIUL 11. The mothing was bright, the wind softer and less strong than yesterday, and everything gave a promise, which was fulfilled, of good weather. As early Subscribers-only content

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    (galtsimstial allb g-elligialls'. The Archbishop of Canterbury has conferred the living l1 of Jsfield, in Sussex, on the Rev. S. F. Russell, vicar of E Willesborough, in Kent. The living of willesborougb, which has been placed at the disposal Subscribers-only content

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    ia~tR st~tttiad anb 1i~if REFORM OF CONVOCATION. A meeting of the Council of the Association for Promot- ing the Reform of Convocation was hold on Tuesday, at Leeds, when the Rev. J. BandineQ, Rector of Elmley; one of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . (faltsiastial. ILL ae CONSISTORY COURT OF LICHFIELD, .is TuxSDAv, March 16. ir (Before the Worshipful the CnAiScELLoRs, Bishop 1- ~~~HonuouneL) ie B~~~OLSOVE11 CHURCH. L Ig Mr. Hubert Hodson appeared for the vicar and fi b, churchwardens of this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. At the monthly meeting of the S. P. C. K. on Tues* day, the result of the election of members of the Stand' ing Committee was as follows : - Mr. N. Powell, 355 . Rev. S. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LANDOWNERS IN CORNWALL £Ce«.T--nm>._ The following ia an alphabetical liat of the landowners ] of Cornwall, possessing one acre or more of land, from | the reoent Parliamentary return (1873), classed accord- ing to tbe towna or pariahes in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CLERICAL PREFERMENTS A APPOINTMENTS.! Tbe Itev. H. C. Adams. M.A., i. Saudford. Al.incdon. The _try. J. .1. BxdelfV, 0.A.. r. St. MjrvV. Leeds. ! * The Uev. <;. liarr. X.A.. <-. Towcester. The Itev. Charles Maunsell Benson. E.A.. r. Subscribers-only content

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    CLERICAL PREFERMENTS A APPOINTMENTS The Rev. H. C. Adams, M.A., i. Saudford, Abingdon. Tbe Roy. J. J. Badcl.v, K.A., c. St. Mary's, Leeds. The Boy. G. liarr, Ji.A"., r. Towcester. The Bcv. Charles Mauusell Benson, 8.A., c. St. George's, Subscribers-only content

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    THE MONTHLY PERIODICALS so multiply in name and variety that it is quite out of our power to give a detailed specification of their contents. Messrs. Lever, Dickens, Thackeray, and Albert Smith continue the usual instalments of their respective Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ECCL ESIASTICA L IN TEL LIGENt 'E. The following preferments and appointments have l^en recently m;.de : - Key. 11. C, Adams, to the incumbency of Sandf.rd, Abingdon. Rev. J. J. Baddeley, to the curacy of St. Mary's, Leedj. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOXHOUNDS. Atherstone- Tuesday, the Kennels ; Wednesday, Clifton, 11 ; Fiiday, Brownsover, 11.15 ; Saturday, Kingsbury Wood, 11. Bade worth- Tuesday, Eed House ; Thursday, Crigglestone Sta- tion ; Saturday, Tanshelf Station, 10.30. Beaufort's Duke of- Tuesday, Swalletts Gate Subscribers-only content

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    ARRANGEMENTS FOR THIS DAY. Meeting of Conservative members of Parliament at tho Carlton Club, I__ Opening by the Princess Frederica of Hanover of a fancy fair at two o'clock at Kensington Town-hall on behalf of the Indian Female Normal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. STAOHOCNDS. Her Majesty.-T uesday, White Hart, West End, Hayes ; Friday, Shot te»:. rook, 11.30. Devon and Somerset- Monday, Birchanger; Wednesday, Haddon ; Saturday, Culboue Stables, 10. Mid-Kent.- Wednesday, Farningham, 11.30 ; Saturday, Harriet- sham Station, 12. Subscribers-only content

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    ARRANGEMENTS FOR THIS DAY. Botherhithe Conservative Association, evening meeting at the Grammar School, Deptford Lower-road. National Thrift Society, meeting at Hoxton Hall. 8. London Auxiliary United Kingdom Alliance, 7.30. Sale of Work. Concert, Ac, Ladies' Charity School, Powis- gardens, Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. STAGHOCIi-9. Her Majesty's- Tuesday, Greenford Green ; Friday, White Hart, Winkfleld. 11.30. Devon and So_ner.et- Monday, Monntsey Hill Gate ; Wednesday, siowlev Farm ; Saturday, .lontshaui. 10. 4th Kin^s Own Hussars- Monday, Lodden ; Thursday, Wacton Common, Subscribers-only content

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    ARRANGEMENTS FOR THIS DAY. King's College School, distribution of prizes, C.15. Corporation for Middle Class Education, scholars' entertain- ment at the schools, Cowper-street, Finsbury (three successive evenings). Merchant Taylor's Company banquet, C.50. Jubilee of the London City Mission, St. Subscribers-only content

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    PROD UCE MARKETS. - Yesterday. SUGAR.- OnIy small supplies of grocery were offered in auction, and passed otf slowly without change. Of 1,453 bags crystallised Trinidad, sound, bought in at 12s. 3d., 135., washed realising lis. 9d., 12s. (ki. Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. ENGLISH STAGHOCXnS. Norfolk- Kond ay, Molbarton Common; T curs lav, Stoir Bedon Station, 11.30. "Woivfcrtori'*, Lord- "Wednesday, East Stour, IL3D. ENGLIBH FOXHOUNDS. ■$& Atherstone- Tuesday, Suenton ; Wednesday, Wllleihy ; Friday, .Kingsbury Wood ; Saturday, SailtoD, 11. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EASTER MANCEUVRES. THE DEFENCE OF DOVER. The operations at Dover yesterday were conductei! under the most favourable conditions, and wero brought to a most successful i 8 inasmuch as both the attacking and defending forces appeared to be Subscribers-only content

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