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WELLINGTON.

WELLINGTON.

On Friday the annual supper the members and a few of the friends of the Somerset Volunteers took place at the Half Moon, under the presidency of Capt. Burridge. The annual prizes were distributed after the repast, and purse of sovereigns was presented to Colour-Sergeant Clarke f
14 December 1867 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
BRISTOL AND EXETER RAILWAY —WEEKLY TRAFFIC RETURN. H*«ei Dec. Bth, C"orrexpomiiM/ ll'efk 1867. 1860. Rictipt* for Miles 134}. Milt* 134

BRISTOL AND EXETER RAILWAY —WEEKLY TRAFFIC RETURN. H*«ei Dec. Bth, C"orrexpomiiM/ ll'efk 1867. 1860. Rictipt* for Miles 134}. Milt* 134

J. £ s. d. £ p. d. Passengers 18 8 3,005 4 Goods 2,483 5 7 Parcels 11 425 2 Mails and Specials ... 2 6 Total Week 6,082 11 5 6.046 7 9 22 weeks brt. forward 175,447 15 4 weeks 181,530 6 168.661 4 7 METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS MADE TUK CASTLE, TAUN'TOX. DURING THE MONTH Or DECEMB
14 December 1867 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
Does the moon exercise any influence upon the ' health of man ?"is the interesting topic discussed in a recent

Does the moon exercise any influence upon the ' health of man ?"is the interesting topic discussed in a recent

work Dr. Forbes Winslow. Considering how very limited is the amount of knowledge already possessed on this subject, any additions thereto will be welcomed even by men of science. By the large class, however, by whom sciectiflo deductions are really valued, but whose avocations d
25 May 1867 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
NORTH PETHERTON.

NORTH PETHERTON.

Petty Sessions, Tuesday, May 21st.—Before R. K. M. King and R. M. King, Esqrs.—George Foster, a fanner, of North Petherton, was summoned by Edith Cole, of the same place, for unlawfully assaulting her by kicking and throwing her into a ditch at Northmoor, 011 May the 6th inst. D
25 May 1867 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
HUXLEY'S PATENT MOC-MAIN TRUSS, Entirely devoid steel springs. wliich a flexible band of webb, or padded leather, is substituted. It

HUXLEY'S PATENT MOC-MAIN TRUSS, Entirely devoid steel springs. wliich a flexible band of webb, or padded leather, is substituted. It

pronounced by the J| A profession the most perfect Truss now recommended by the hospital surgeons. ; Send number of inches round the hips, I! and for wliich side required. Price : II Single, 125.; double, 18s. Full particulars on application to Edward ' Huxley, the Patentee, 12,
25 May 1867 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
Mr. MOORE, CHIROPODIST, EXETER, BEGS to inform the Ni hility, Gentry, and inhabitant of T.iunton and the Neighbourhood, that he

Mr. MOORE, CHIROPODIST, EXETER, BEGS to inform the Ni hility, Gentry, and inhabitant of T.iunton and the Neighbourhood, that he

continues ii.i» Periodical visits to ibe Monday every mouth, anivini; iu the evening and remaining uutil the following I hursd.iy. Address, Mr. l.iXToss, arkntreet. SPECIAL NOTICEPARIS UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION. T. HARRIS prepared submit for public approval all the new TRGUSER PATTER
25 May 1867 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
CHARTISM AND THE CHARTISTS.

CHARTISM AND THE CHARTISTS.

The majesty of the law has, for time, laid the evil spirit of anarchy which had assumed the name of Chartism. Real Chartism, however, yet remains in vigor, and will continue to live and grow, because it the result of circumstances over which man has no control. Therelore we resu
24 August 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
BIRTHS. August 18, in Mount-rtreet, in this town, the lady of J. M. J. H ii 'land, son. August 17,

BIRTHS. August 18, in Mount-rtreet, in this town, the lady of J. M. J. H ii 'land, son. August 17,

at Wellington, Mr*. William Rodham, of a son. August 21, the wife Mr. J din Lucas, builder, Dorchester, of twin sons. August 3, »t Castle Cary, the lady of Oeorga Augustus Woodlorde, Esq. of son. MARRIAGES. August 15, the B iptist chapel, in this town, Jane, fifth dauzhter of th
24 August 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
WELLS.

WELLS.

(From our Correspondent.) A Raritt.—Mr. the Swan Hotel, in this place, possession sixty tons of prime hay, made during the few dry days of July, 1838. Seaton is about distribute a large quantity of coals, and give two fat oxen, tile poor beer, nnd (Jolyton. The noble lord made l
14 December 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
NEWPORT RIOTS.

NEWPORT RIOTS.

The Speti.tl Commission opened at Monmouth on ruesday iasl. Chief J us: ice I'ynlall delivered an eloquent and impressive cli.rgeto the Grand Jury, debiting with great simplicity t'ie law of treason. All wis quiet in the (own and neighbourhood, and very little excitement prevail
14 December 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England