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CHARD.

CHARD.

Borough Police, Tuesday. (Before Mr. Sumner Toms (Mayor), aud Mr. Richard Chaffey (ex-Mayor). —Sarah Forsev, residing in Gifford's Row, was summoned Jane Lee tor an assault committed on the 17th inst.— From the evidence it appears that the women are neighbours, and for some time
23 February 1878 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
THE JOWAKI WAR.

THE JOWAKI WAR.

Calcutta, Feb. 16.—Hostilities with the Jowakis have been resumed both sides. Yesterday body of British cavalry attacked and completely defeated the enemy, who retreated, leaving six kuled, including one of their leaders. The English, who lost six wounded, captured six prisoners
23 February 1878 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
'' Whom God hath joined together let no man put asunder" is a Scriptural injuction upon which a large number

'' Whom God hath joined together let no man put asunder" is a Scriptural injuction upon which a large number

of the clergy, and some other persons also, have denounced the Divorce Court. And Scriptural commands, it need hardly be said, should be obeyed. But the injunction is supposed by many to apply to all marriages ; ana here, others contend, is a great mistake. According a common sa
23 February 1878 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
TIVERTON BOROUGH SESSIONS.

TIVERTON BOROUGH SESSIONS.

Thursday.—Before Messrs. F. Snell (Mayor), S. Gath. J. Lane, W. T. Waldy, F. O. Patch and J. Wills. Bad Lanotjaoe.—Daniel Bishop and Henry Bishop were charged with sweariug and using bad language in Gold-street, on the 16th February. Both defendants denied the charge.—-P.C. Alfo
23 February 1878 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

The Taunton Vale Harriers will meet on Monday, February 25, at Creech Bridge; Thursday, February 28, at Bradford Bridge—at 11. The Taunton Vale Fox Hounds will meet Tuesday, February 26, at Monkton House; Friday, March 1, at Whitestaunton Gate—at 11. Mr. Luttrell's Fox Hounds wi
23 February 1878 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
February 21. at Yeovil Marsh. John William James, son of William and Mary Burroush, aged 7. , „ February 20,

February 21. at Yeovil Marsh. John William James, son of William and Mary Burroush, aged 7. , „ February 20,

at Lambrook-street, Glastonbury, the wife of Air February 19, North-street, South Molton, Mr. George Howe, rural postman, aged 25. _ February 19, at EauUstreet, South Molton, Mr. John Bowden, 19, at Mount Lebanon, Clevedsn, Mr. Joseph Victor, of Carmarthen, aged 55. , February i
23 February 1878 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
PERUVIAN GOVERNMENT GUANO. THE PUBLIC ABE HEREBY INFORMED THAT THE PERUVIAN GUANO COMPANY, LIMITED, 57, OLD BROAD-STREET, LONDON, BY the

PERUVIAN GOVERNMENT GUANO. THE PUBLIC ABE HEREBY INFORMED THAT THE PERUVIAN GUANO COMPANY, LIMITED, 57, OLD BROAD-STREET, LONDON, BY the

terms their Contract, are the SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE Agents of the Peruvian Government for importation and sale of ito NO, which the Guano Company, Limited, altne now receive direct from the Peruvian Deposits, and sell GENUINE, WITHOUT CHEMICAL TREATMENT OR ADMIXTURE OF ANY FOREIGN
23 February 1878 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
BEST Black Tea, extreme tine quality, 3a. 2d. per lb. less for 61bs.—T. G. Northam, High-street, Bristol. Procter (late r.

BEST Black Tea, extreme tine quality, 3a. 2d. per lb. less for 61bs.—T. G. Northam, High-street, Bristol. Procter (late r.

Foitracre, formerly Hitchcock and Son), Dispensing Chemist, 56, North-street, Taunton, has all Medicines made up from pure and fresh Drugs, under His personal inspection, by competent assistants, so that the Patient may have the full benefit of the Physician's skill. Orders post
23 February 1878 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
ASSUR A NOES—EN I)()WM ENTS.

ASSUR A NOES—EN I)()WM ENTS.

SOVEREIGN LIFE OFFICE, LONDON. NEARLY ONE MILLION STERLING Has been paid by this Company the representatives of the assured since its foundation, in 1845. LARGE FUNDS Have nevertheless accumulated, ami are steadily iu- creasing each year. The Directors endeavour to meet the requ
28 April 1877 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
WESTON-SUPER- MARE.

WESTON-SUPER- MARE.

The Guardian is informed that there are over 200 candidates for the vicarage of Edale, near Sheffield, in the patronage of trustees. Two names were selected, the Rev. W. Bradbury, mission preacher, of Weston-super-Mare, and another. The Guardian hears that Mr. Bradbury withdraws
28 April 1877 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England