The umlcrmciitionwl have been nominated to compete for naval cadetships Wednesday, the Iftth of June nextW. Id. Abercrombie, 11. K F. Adams, 0. K. Anson, A. Harry, I). Campbell, I, C. Coker, J. J>. C. Coleridge, T. .S. Coode, II Cinse, H. Colesworth, A. F. Crookshank, (}. A. 11.
May 3, 1872 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
A meeting in vestry was held this afternoon, for the purpose of electing three members to the above Board. There was only a small attendance. The Kcv. the Vicar took the chair. Mr Tucker, Mew-road was the first proposed, but declined to stand. The following were then nominated .
May 10, 1872 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
the 6th of Jot* »«*, •* ... Hotel Dartmouth, at 3 o’clock valuable if «>• »ort beautiful marine residence* in the kingdom, known a* « STOKE HOUSE," Situate about mile* from the Town and Bailway station Dartmouth, and from London about eeven the EngUah Channel mid Start Bay, the
May 31, 1872 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
Dartmouth, at 3 oclMk pm. * ESTATE, forming one the most bea residences in the kingdom, known Sitnate mUe« E from aW^even Bay, the shore of which itinn gentleman fond of Close the village of Stokcflem.ng, and near the Church, which has been lately restored. • ’The house very co
May 24, 1872 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
of weakness and disappointment which come to light daily in our rosition as regards the negotiations with America. The official correspondence pub- Wiled this morning places beyond doubt the strange fact that the American Government has from the first viewed the reference to arb
Our Cambridge correspondent writes that Sitarday was the sixth and last evening of the races, and the interest was undiminished. The question Was whether the Lady Margaret crew would maintain their place as " head of the river." They scudded the course with comparative ease well