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NORTHALLERTON DISTRICT.

NORTHALLERTON DISTRICT.

The Silver King at Northallerton. On Thursday night, Miss Jna Goldsmith's Silver King" company commenced a three nights' engagement in the Town hail, Northallerton. This is the first visit of the Silver King " to Northallerton, and as the fame of the company had preceded it ther
8 September 1888 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, North Yorkshire, England
 
RECEPTION MEETING AT CENTENARY CHAPEL.

RECEPTION MEETING AT CENTENARY CHAPEL.

RECEPTION MEETING CENTENARY CHAPEL. In past years, when a change of ministers ha taken place in the various circuits in York, special meeting was ordained at which the York Methodists might render formal welcome their fresh ministers, and the first meeting of th« character was he
8 September 1888 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, North Yorkshire, England
 
1st VOLUNTEER BATTALION P.W.O. WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT.

1st VOLUNTEER BATTALION P.W.O. WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT.

ORDERS FOR T E WEEK. Monday.—3rd clas sfiring from 4 p.m. till dusk. Sig nailing class at 8.0 p.m. Tuesday.—3rd class firing for Recruits only from 9 a.m. and from p.m. Drill for E company at p.m. Wednksday.—Company drill in plain clothes for Nor. and and signalling class 30 p.m
8 September 1888 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, North Yorkshire, England
 
Narrow Escape prom Drowning.—On Monday afternoon, some little children were around the Spring Well, on the New Walk,-when a perambulator,

Narrow Escape prom Drowning.—On Monday afternoon, some little children were around the Spring Well, on the New Walk,-when a perambulator,

m which was child tender age, charge of one of the children, having been left opposite into the river. ie screams of the affrighted children attracted V M attention of man just the verge of when H ' Dy means of umbrella, caught hold of the handle, and rescued the child from its
8 September 1888 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, North Yorkshire, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE

ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE

OF Ely.— The office of A rchdeacon of V ] lered vacant by the sudden decease of the lamented R * *" anee, has been filled up by the Crown presenting • ' B-L>., Senior Fellow and Tutor of Cor°u u Pr* oUe e * '-Tbis appointment gives general satisfaclt« Ue the same time, it reflec
17 June 1864 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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EPITOME OF NEWS.

EPITOME OF NEWS.

Vane Tempest died on Sunday. •jj^oo est beld a privy council at Windsor od Friday Fleet leftlPlymouth on Monday morning for r? on of the sufferers in the Egham accident, v 01 July the postage of letters to the Australian '•fi 4 ri<i „• . Zealand and Tasmania will be raised to Ma
17 June 1864 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
INSPECTION OF THE EXETER AND SOUTH DEVON RIFLES.

INSPECTION OF THE EXETER AND SOUTH DEVON RIFLES.

... know that this Devonshire climate of yours is very changeable—for one fine day's inspection here we generally have three wet ones. (Laughter.) The movements which I have seen you go through reflect great credit ontli9 battalion ; refer particularly to the wheeling in quarter
17 June 1864 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
... is as probable that has no curate, or scripture reader, or mission woman, provided for him by one of

... is as probable that has no curate, or scripture reader, or mission woman, provided for him by one of

the Church's Home Mission Societies, as that he has, but these helps only bring him to fuller knowledge of how much there is to be done among his parishioners, and how few he can reach, or deal with effectually, as compared with tbe many who most need spiritual instruction and d
17 June 1864 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

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17 June 1864 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LAST NIGHT'S PARLIAMENT.

LAST NIGHT'S PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—Thursday, June 16. Their Lordships met at five o'clock. The Earl of Ellexborough gave notice that he should to-mcrrow ask whether measures had been taken to reinforce the British fleet, so as to render it equal to the blockade of the German ports case events shou
17 June 1864 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England