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TORQUAY.

TORQUAY.

THE BISIIOTS OF EXKTER AND OXFORD ON HOME MISSIONS. The annual meeting in support of Home Missions was held yesterday at the Bath Saloons, Torquay. The Bishop of Exeter presided ; and amongst those also present were the Bishop of Oxford, rchdeacon Earle, and other clergy. In ope
November 30, 1878 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
within the City and County* of City of Exeter, and to apply such rates and any money belonging to or

within the City and County* of City of Exeter, and to apply such rates and any money belonging to or

under the control of the Corporation for or towards all or any of the objects or purposes of the intended Act. 10. To authorise the Corporation to borrow aud raise money by mortgage, bond, annuities, terminable perpetual debentures, Debenture Stock, redeemable or foe- deemable,
November 30, 1878 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
riHARAXACUM AND POD OPHYLLINf A FLUID COMBINATION FOR LIVER DERANGEMENT. AN EFFECTIVE SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL AND BLUE PILL. DOMESTIC MEDICINE

riHARAXACUM AND POD OPHYLLINf A FLUID COMBINATION FOR LIVER DERANGEMENT. AN EFFECTIVE SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL AND BLUE PILL. DOMESTIC MEDICINE

OF GREAT VALUE. The true remedy for Dyspepsia and Biliousness. Prepared in tho Laboratory of John Popper, Pharmaceutical Chemist, 237, Tottenham Court road, London, whose name must be on the label of every bottle. Twelve doses, 2s. 9d.; Twenty-four doses, 4s. Gd. Only oue doso d
November 30, 1878 - Burnley Express - Burnley, Lancashire, England
 
Mr. Holmes, Q.C., Castle Adviser in Dublin, has been appointed Solicitor-General of Ireland. Thomas Clifft, a Solihull cattle dealer, has

Mr. Holmes, Q.C., Castle Adviser in Dublin, has been appointed Solicitor-General of Ireland. Thomas Clifft, a Solihull cattle dealer, has

been fined £10 for having on his premises cow unfit for human food. The Midland Railway Company have given notice to their station porters a reduction amounting to a shilling per week after the 18th of December. The Fentou Colliery, North Staffordshire, has bien stopped ontil mo
November 30, 1878 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
COMBE ST. NICHOLAS.

COMBE ST. NICHOLAS.

The Rev. J. Jones, of Stogumber, preached in the parish church on behalf the Society for the Propagation the Gospel in Foreign Parts on Sunday afternoon, when collection was made.
November 30, 1878 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
THE EAST.

THE EAST.

THE RUSSIAN OCCUPATION. Beblix, Nov. 25.—At Paris, well as at Pesth, Count Schouvaloffi* reported to have laid particular stress, in pleading for an extension of time for the Russian occupation, upon the apprehensions entertained by the Russian Emperor and his Government that th
November 30, 1878 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
TAUNTON POLICE COURT.

TAUNTON POLICE COURT.

Wednesday.— Before the Mayor and Mr. R. A. Kinglake. Assault.—Thomas Wood, of Taunton, was charged with assaulting Henry R. Bartlett, cab-driver, of Taunton, on the 9th of November.—Defendant pleaded guilty.— Complainant stated that the day in question defendant came where he wa
November 30, 1878 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
CASTLE CARY

CASTLE CARY

Night Poachers Prison.— At the Wincanton petty sessions, on Monday, Charles Francis and James Francis, both of Castle Cary, and Joseph Burge, of Ansford, three men, were charged with being on certain lands the occupation Gilford, on the night of the 13th the morning of the 14th,
November 30, 1878 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
HALBERTON.

HALBERTON.

Robert Redwood, old man living at Ash Thomas, attended Tiverton market on Tuesday, and was quietly jogging homeward in his donkey-cart when he met with an accident which terminated fatally on Friday. It appears that the unfortunate man had seated himself on the end of small cask
November 30, 1878 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
TAUNTON MARKET. ME. HENRY C. WEAVER'S STOCK AUCTION. The NEXT SALE will held Saturday, the 30th day of November, 1878,

TAUNTON MARKET. ME. HENRY C. WEAVER'S STOCK AUCTION. The NEXT SALE will held Saturday, the 30th day of November, 1878,

commeitflm punctually at 11.30 a.m. PRESENT ENTRIES 7 prime fat Devon and prime grazing heifert cross-bred heifers 19 ewe and wether laato 20 rare fat wethers 18 fat sheep 21 wether hogs fat heifera 20 wether lambs 11 cross-bred ewes A capital donkey 3 fat sheep 1 hog ram 20 gra
November 30, 1878 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England