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AXBRIDGE.

AXBRIDGE.

Petty Session, Monday.—(Before Joseph Wollen, Esq., and others). - Jesse Monk, Blagdon, was oharged with attemptiu -to pass a counterfeit half-crown. On the 15th Feb. the prisoner entered the George Inn, in Blagdon, and tendered base coin for beer. was then warned that if e atte
2 March 1867 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
WELLINGTON.

WELLINGTON.

Police Court, Saturday—(Before T. E. Clarke and S. Fox, Esqrs.) RicnarJ Kidgway, labourer, of Ashbrittle, was brought warrant issued last Seoternber, for having refused to obey a bas-ardy crier obtained by Mary Ann Austin. The defendant admitted his liabilitv, and had money enou
2 March 1867 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

New York., February 2-3. —L'ne House of Reprp. has abolished the tax on Irom September next. New York, February 11. —The of Investigation into the New Orleans riots has reportel a Bill tot'tiie civil g»vernment L'Uisiaos, providing for tae *ppointinent by lent of person not impl
2 March 1867 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
THE YARMOUTH ELECTION COMMISSION

THE YARMOUTH ELECTION COMMISSION

The report of Great Yarmouth Bribery Commission has been issued, and Irom it we extract the following " We find that the said election was conducted by and behalf of ilr. Alexander Broaden and on behalf of Mr. Philip Vanderbyi in corrupt aud illegal manner ; that >Ir. Alexander
2 March 1867 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
NATIONAL EDUCATION.

NATIONAL EDUCATION.

A letter from the Committee of Privy Council Education, to Clerpy man the Established Church, who applied their Lordships for information on certain particulars, has been forwarded for insertion. This letter explains the mode on which their Lordships have determined to conduct t
19 October 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
The Ballot. The following case, furnished correspondent, shows that unless the ballot brought into there is little chauce for freedom

The Ballot. The following case, furnished correspondent, shows that unless the ballot brought into there is little chauce for freedom

01 election in this borough tinst what is called the "legitimate influence of property —"Mr. William Cook, plumber and glazier, engaged Mr. Coleman the house lately occupied by hiin in Northgate-street, ami agreed tor fixtures, &e., subject, however, to the consent of the deputy
19 October 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
The FIELD, the Country Gentleman's Newspaper. LD. THK FIELD «e« THE^IELD. HOUSE see THE FIELD. HESS end CARDS mo THE

The FIELD, the Country Gentleman's Newspaper. LD. THK FIELD «e« THE^IELD. HOUSE see THE FIELD. HESS end CARDS mo THE

FIELD. Q «ee THE FIELD. ROQUET " m« THE FIELII. QUARTERS aee THE FIELD. FIELD SPORTS see THE FIELD. " »«e THE FIELD." (JARDENING FIELD. (the) THE FIELD. UN TING (by "CECIL") see THE FIELD. GUNS THE FIELD. BOOKS see THE FIELD. see THE FIELD. J>OULTRY see THE FIELD. JJIGEONS THE F
2 March 1867 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
Addresses to Parties visiting Bath* Orders can also be forwarded by post. CALICOEB, BLANKETS, FLANNELS. 18 and 14, OLD BOND

Addresses to Parties visiting Bath* Orders can also be forwarded by post. CALICOEB, BLANKETS, FLANNELS. 18 and 14, OLD BOND

STREET. THOMAS RUSSELL JJEGS to announce that he has just returned from Manchester and the Woollen Districts, where he has Pnrchased, under very advantageous circumstances, a largs quantity of the above Goods, and is now offering them on the following terms:— CALICOES, Very supe
2 March 1867 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
LONDON MARKETS, &c.

LONDON MARKETS, &c.

KXGIIAXGB.—Mark Lake, Monday. The weather having been fine for day* h caused nor market to l>e dull this morning, I price. U. 2s. per quarter lower .ince tbia day week. Flour id without change value. The price of b irley ia without alteration. Bean-> and Pease meets hi-avy sale
17 August 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
SOMERSET LAMMAS ASSIZE

SOMERSET LAMMAS ASSIZE

fCONCLUDED FROM OUR LAST PAPER.] FRIDAY.—John Mounttephens pleaded guilty to stealing razor strop, the property of lira masters, Messrs. Acland, at Taunton. mont/is' imprisonment, Kuril labour, first and la-it week solitary. ll'rn. ('oues, was indicted lor stealing a sheet and o
17 August 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England