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Literature, Music, Science, and Art.

Literature, Music, Science, and Art.

Mr. Anthony Trollopehas resigned his post at the Postoffice in order to give himself up to his new magazine, St. Paul's The Prince of Wales has founded two scholarships in the Royal School of Mines, of which Sir Roderick Murchison, Bart., is the director. The three words "On the
October 11, 1867 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
EXETER REGISTRATION.

EXETER REGISTRATION.

The annual court for the revision of the voting lists for the city was opened on Monday, before It. Roope, Esq., the revising barrister. Mr. F. Sanders and Mr. T. J. Bremridge appeared for the Conservatives, and Mr. T. Floud and Mr. Brutton Ford for the Liberals. There was very
October 11, 1867 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CASTLE OF EXETER.

CASTLE OF EXETER.

Friday— Before Rev. J. Buckingham, D. B. Dayy Esq., J. E. C. Walkey, Esq., E. Cartwright, Esq., Rev. J. Hnyshe. Wm. Wood and Henry Marten were summoned for stealing apples from orchard at Pinhoe, on the 29th inst. the property of Mr. Thomas Mitchell.—Richard Coles, shepherd to M
October 11, 1867 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE GIFT of a NORMAN FONT is desired for the Church of St. Mary Arches, Exe** now in course of

THE GIFT of a NORMAN FONT is desired for the Church of St. Mary Arches, Exe** now in course of

restoration. OUR, SUPPLEMENT^ OF TO-DAY CONTAINS:— ANCIENT OBDEB OF FOBESTERS. ELECTION OF TO THE EYE INFIRMARY. —ANNUAL INSPECTION OF IST BATTALION D. B. V. —THE DEVON AND CHAMBEB OF AGRICULLUBE.—EXETEfi REGISTRATIONS ABMY SCRIPTURE READERS' SOCIETY. —TEIC N RAILWAY COMPANY. WE
October 11, 1867 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
The Exeter Funeral Establishment. To supply the qreat want of an economical and complete Furnishing Funeral Establishment for Devon and

The Exeter Funeral Establishment. To supply the qreat want of an economical and complete Furnishing Funeral Establishment for Devon and

adjoining Counties, JAMES PEARSE, m.Fore-st. and SAMUEL PEARSE, 93, Forest. HAYING determined upon undertaking the supply of every requisite for Funerals, the following uniform low scale of charges, including Equipments of the very best description, suitable to all classes, and
September 16, 1872 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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GENTLEMEN'S HOSIERY FOB THE AUTUMN AN]} BHOOTING SEASON. TEE LARGEST ASSORTMENT in the WEST of ENGLAND at ROSS'S, 227, HIGH

GENTLEMEN'S HOSIERY FOB THE AUTUMN AN]} BHOOTING SEASON. TEE LARGEST ASSORTMENT in the WEST of ENGLAND at ROSS'S, 227, HIGH

STREET, EXETER. GENTLEMEN'S SCOTCH HAND KNIT WORSTED KNICKERBOCKER SHOOUNG HOSE. A splendid variety of tsTRIPED MERINO CASHMERE and SPUN SILK HALF HOSE. Also every description of MERINO and LAMBSWOOL UNDEKVESTS, DRAWERS, Ac. J. &G. R. have pleasure in calling the attention Gentl
September 16, 1872 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LShert tad uimormiti of Birtlu, Marriages and Deaths are iaserted gratis for mlj, if they da not exceed ■*g »11

LShert tad uimormiti of Birtlu, Marriages and Deaths are iaserted gratis for mlj, if they da not exceed ■*g »11

** ittmOed u also those t i? l I** P?**'" ° r are afaarged for as advertisements.] BIRTHS. °5J raifT — ? OY . Gobsore Farm, Honiton, the wife Thomas Osment, of a daughter. Stockham.-Nov. 19, at 66, North-street, Exeter, the wife of Mr. John Stock ham, of daughter. MARRIAGES. 6l^
November 21, 1872 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Ecctesinstient Intelligence.

Ecctesinstient Intelligence.

Ecclesiastical Intelligence. The Church Congress is to be held at York next year. A correspondent writes: —Every manner of worship from the ornate and symbolic ritual, the artistic choral down to the intellectual religious, or the unadorned, bald, musicless worship conducted by t
October 13, 1865 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
" Purity and Excellence of Quality." PRIZE-MEDAL MUSTARD Bears their Trade Mark, the Bull's Head, on each Package. IT was

" Purity and Excellence of Quality." PRIZE-MEDAL MUSTARD Bears their Trade Mark, the Bull's Head, on each Package. IT was

the only Mustard which obtained PRIZE MEDAL at the GREAT EXHIBITION, 1862. Their GENUINE and DOUBLE SUPERFINE are Qualities particulary recommended for Family use. For Medicinal purposes nothing finer can be produced. Sold all Grocers and Druggists. J. & J, COLMAN, LONDON. [9035
October 13, 1865 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
The Volunteer Chronicle.

The Volunteer Chronicle.

Prize Rifle Shooting Totnes.—Au All Comers' Rifle Competition was held on the Totnes Range, on Tuesday. There were three classes. class A, at 200 and 300 yards, five shots at each range from the shoulder, standing, long Enfields, the prizes were—First prize, £10; second, £5; thi
May 1, 1868 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England