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Salisbury and Winchester Journal

Salisbury and Winchester Journal Wiltshire, England

8 Nov 1873

revealed truth. The following extract from paper by Canon Venables on Tho Leadership of Joshua” will show the manner in which the subjects are treated The first two acts Joshua on his entrance as tho leader of Israel ou the Land of Promise were of deep significance

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Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette

Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette Wiltshire, England

4 Oct 1866

Heath, Chairman, Mr. T. H. Chubb, Dr. Salter, Mr. Mr. Handy, Mr. Jennings, Mr. Ferrabee, M /. Jsaac Mr. S. Clark, Mr. G. Hays, Mr. E. Hays, aud Mr. W. The report was read by the Secretary, from which it appearea that debts still owing by the Company amounted

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Wiltshire Independent

Wiltshire Independent Wiltshire, England

7 Jun 1860

late Daubsuy, his year. 7, RewJe, Mr. James aged 83. Sunday, June 10. —First Sunday after Trinity.— Morning Joshua x, St. Mark xi.—Afternoon, Joshua saiii. 2 Cor. 8, SAVINGS BANK AND AN■CITY SOClETY.—Manager appointed to attend the Savings Dank Thursday

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Wiltshire Independent

Wiltshire Independent Wiltshire, England

27 Apr 1837

so I keeps a good look out. So. great is the scarcity of fodder at Wrexham, thut the farmers have been obliged to draw their hay thirty miles off, the enormous expense nine shillings' hundred weight; ami there is little prospect of relief, heavy fall of

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Salisbury and Winchester Journal

Salisbury and Winchester Journal Wiltshire, England

29 Jun 1889

of which were of great merit. Among local exhibitors Cap I. Fife, of Sand ley House, carried off the chief honours. His tine hay mare Mermaid was awarded tbe first prize Class 2, and marked reserved the competition for the champion prise given by the Hunters'

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Salisbury and Winchester Journal

Salisbury and Winchester Journal Wiltshire, England

19 Jul 1845

London. WEDNESDAY, JULY 16. Letters from the south of France describe the present harvest at truly magnificent. All the hay (an immense crop) had been gathered in. The reaping of rye had become general. The wheat and oats promised admirably. In short

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Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette

Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette Wiltshire, England

23 Nov 1871

paying a shilling a year is to be member. Tho death is announced of Sir Joshua Walmsley, who for several years represented Leicester and Boltou in the Liberal interest. Sir Joshua died at Torquay, and was 77 years of age. We glean some particulars, from

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Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette

Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette Wiltshire, England

3 Sep 1857

wether lambs ; Mr. Cleverly, Bratton, two sovereigns, for tbe second best do.; to Mr. Joshua Whitaker, Bratton, three guineas, for the best down rams; to Mr. Joshua Wbitaker, sovereigns, for the best hundred breeding ewes; to Mr. Corton, two sovereigns

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Swindon Advertiser and North Wilts Chronicle

Swindon Advertiser and North Wilts Chronicle Wiltshire, England

19 Mar 1866

half-past two o'clock, about tons lIA V. in four ricks, sunding at the Dance, three of which are superior old hay, one is nek of well-ended hay of lust year's cut, the property Mr. Job Henry llarnes. Mr. Gibbs, at the Dance Pike, will show the lots EARL'S

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Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette

Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette Wiltshire, England

6 Dec 1883

Mr Joshua Pocock, Bean acre entries. Two dairy cows- Ist (given l»y Lord Methuen), Mr J lireaeh, > - n Mr I Clark, Heddington ;c, Mr Jacob tfolledge, Whaddon —5 entries. Two heifers coming four years old, in calf—lst, Mr I Clark ; 2nd, Mr W Hay ward

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Salisbury and Winchester Journal

Salisbury and Winchester Journal Wiltshire, England

28 Jun 1862

Wednesday, including the Ode St. Cecilia’s Day, a chorus from Hercules, and choice pieces from Acisand Galatea, Sainson, and Joshua, Judas iccabt us, and Israel in JZgypt. The entire choral force amounts to 3120. Of these the trebles number 810, tbe altos

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Salisbury and Winchester Journal

Salisbury and Winchester Journal Wiltshire, England

21 Nov 1857

handsome llerefor«l belonging to Mr. Mills ; very useful steer Mr. Tavlor's, of Out marsh; some sheep, bred hy Mr. I'njie and Mr. Joshua Whitaker ; and some equally splendid pigs, lielonging to Mr. Pope and Mr. Blandford. Notwithstanding the general excellence

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Salisbury and Winchester Journal

Salisbury and Winchester Journal Wiltshire, England

25 Mar 1811

Thursday April 4, 1811, the Acorn Inn, in Evershott, —50 or prime OAKS, of a middling size; and 40 or ASH TREES; three Mows of Hay, last year's growth, made without any wet; a Mow of Oats, warranted good; a Lot of Faggots; a small Copse of .Wood, about two

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Warminster & Westbury journal, and Wilts County Advertiser

Warminster & Westbury journal, and Wilts County Advertiser Wiltshire, England

15 Dec 1906

DILTON. Christmas Presents! See our windows.—Stiles Bros., Market-place, Warminster.— Advl. Tub Late Mb. Joshua Gdnbtone.—The funeral of the late Mr. Joshua Gunstone took place at the Parish Church on Thursday last, the service being taken by the Rev. 0. H

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Salisbury and Winchester Journal

Salisbury and Winchester Journal Wiltshire, England

18 Feb 1811

Midshipman; Isle (>: Joshua Row LBV. fourth letter from. Capt. Rowley, to Vice-Admiral Bertie, also of the same date, thus lelates the gallant attack and capture the Venus French frigate, with the re-capture of the Ceylon -After haying anchored in this Bay

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Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette

Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette Wiltshire, England

19 Dec 1833

trouble their heads about Malta. We suspect that Mr. Stanley shares the general ignorance and indifference and that his Under Mr. Hay, is not over anxious to direct his attention to its wants and grievances. Malta, however, containsabove a hundred thousand

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Salisbury and Winchester Journal

Salisbury and Winchester Journal Wiltshire, England

16 Feb 1861

mu' sacre the whole of them. At this time several hundred convicts were free from all control, and, the keys of the cells haying been forced from the warders, those who were in the cells were quickly released. The wildest uproar now ensued, the whole

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Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette

Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette Wiltshire, England

29 Jan 1863

the good folks of Lavington, the public ought be more than thankful that there is such philanthropist in existence as Sir Joshua Jebb. It was in July, 1860, that George Potter heard the hard sentence that was passed upon bim Warminster—three years'

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Swindon Advertiser and North Wilts Chronicle

Swindon Advertiser and North Wilts Chronicle Wiltshire, England

16 Nov 1874

burned death?' asked a teacher, a commanding VOKX.— Joshua knows, said little girl at the bottom the (.lass.— Well, said the teacher, if Joshua knows may tell.— In the fire, replied Joshua looking very grave and wise. gun, but was again awakened

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Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette

Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette Wiltshire, England

14 Jun 1888

display of implements is made Mews A. ana J. Reeves and Son, Bratton Iron Works, Westbnry, whose exhibits comprise one of their hay, corn and «traw elevators, improved manure and seed drill lor mangolds or turnips, fitted with Chambers s barrel and Beeves

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