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WOTTON FITZDAINE.

WOTTON FITZDAINE.

Through the liberality of J. E. Wyndham, Esq., the rector, and the other respectable inhabitants, the poor, 120 in number, were treated with an excellent dinner, at the manor house and in the schoolroom. The village was tastefully decorated. In proposing the loyal toasts, an adm
March 21, 1863 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
LYME.

LYME.

Another Accocxt. —The demonstrations Lyme were of the most hearty description. Notwithstanding the unpropitions state of the weather, from early hour everyone seemed busy preparing for the day rejoicings. The poorer inhabitants had been supplied with tickets, which would entitle
March 21, 1863 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
YETMINSTER.

YETMINSTER.

The day appointed as the one upon which the Royal marriage was to take place was, without, doubt, anticipated by all true Englishmen, yes, and all Englishwomen too, as a day- which would give them a good opportunity for expressing their loyalty, not only to the Prince and his fa
March 21, 1863 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
CAUNDLE PURSE.

CAUNDLE PURSE.

Here, Captain Brown most liberally entertained the villagers in the large Hall of his house, and provided for them a London conjuror, whose feats afforded much amusement.
March 21, 1863 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
KINGTON MAGNA. A lib

KINGTON MAGNA. A lib

eral subscription, supported bj G. D. W. Digby, Esq., the Rev. W. L. Smith, rector, Messrs. Lovel, Huridge, and Raymond, the churchwardens, Messrs. Hayter and Parsons, and the fanners and inhabitants generally, was entered into this parish. Tea for large party of about three hund
March 21, 1863 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 

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EXECUTION AT NEWCASTLE.

EXECUTION AT NEWCASTLE.

On Saturday, the last sentence of the law * executed at Newcastle on George Vass, a youth 10 years of age. His crime, it may be remember* ' was one of great atrocity, as he had first crind" assaulted and then brutally murdered a won Jt, c whom he had found wandering drunk about
March 21, 1863 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
DEATHS AT THE ILLUMINATION*', So great was the pressure to see the the chief thoroughfares of London, on the night

DEATHS AT THE ILLUMINATION*', So great was the pressure to see the the chief thoroughfares of London, on the night

Prince's marriage, that several women were k down, trampled on, and killed. It hardly { credited that persons were foolish as to carry u f infants into these tremendous crowds. ■PJJp ter, and his wife, Charlotte, went with their baby ». that narrow gut the Poultry. A cab passed
March 21, 1863 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

The Distress the Country.—-In answer to Mr. Hubbard, who asked for some confirmation or correction of 'the report that are face face with such a crisis distress as this generation has never known, Mr. Cross said that, though such distress unhappily prevailed among the labouring
December 20, 1878 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
DIOCESE OF BATH AND WELLS.

DIOCESE OF BATH AND WELLS.

The living of Clutton has become vacant, the death, on Friday, at the age 02, of the Rev. T. B. Johnstone, who has been rector of the parish since 1815.
December 20, 1878 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
ILMINSTER.

ILMINSTER.

Willson's Comic Party.—This company visited the town on Monday, and were to have given entertainment the Assembly Rooms, George Hotel. Only two or three put in appearance, that their money was refunded and the performance postponed. Fibe Ford Factory.—On Thursday, mid-day, it wa
December 20, 1878 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England