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... conoluding remarks I think his baker mint be a sufferer as I am PATIENT a trADER LOSSES. EVESHAM EPISODES. To Me Editor of the Journal and dvertiaer. sie,—The Evesham Episodes have been most interesting, and lam quite warty that they bare come to an end ...

Published: Saturday 27 February 1892
Newspaper: Evesham Journal
County: Worcestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 880 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

SHIELD OF HONOUR

... on their worn surcoats and banners And. then to battle! The annum. in a posttript. thanks among others. Canon Jones. Vicar of Evesham, and Mr. By Alice Walworth Graham C. W. T. Huddy of the Evesham Library. for their help in the mat?ria! for her story ...

Footers of Throe Days' Moves

... is now nearly 111C0110 BATTLE OF EVEOHAIOI Aid T. C. Hiden remarked that he had several times notioed that the river was coloured, and added. Mood or something was coming demi the river. There has not been smond battle of Evesham Yet has there? It should ...

Salute to Elizabeth, at Evesham

... Simon de Montfort before the Battle of Evesham, and the visit of King Charles I to Evesham. Mr. Cyril H. Yorke arranged and Produced it all anti the cast was drawn from Evesham Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Scciety. Evesham Young ...

GARDEN PARTY AT

... of the Battle of Evesham. is one of the most beautiful of our country mansions. It contains a museum with relics from the battlefield. and from the old Abbey of Evesham. In the picture gallery can be found works of the old masters—Lely, Reynolds. Franz ...

latrigee and Trier ay

... Weill. An early historian also writes that the old Lord Seauchamp, of Hy-homey, scot throe or four 4 his sum er to the battle of Evesham to bolo Sing Henry 111. aad Prince Edward against times Mosteforte and the Berms; and these brother with their bands ...

SOCIALISTS ROUTED

... their Party's funds, foc year after year they squander a precious portion of its financial resources on waging a vain battle in Evesham for representation on the Borough Council. In unmistakable fashion they have been told, in every ward except Hampton ...

SUNDAY, AUGUST 10

... in now getting fairly good. Private Jack Battle, the Evesham soldier who has been through the war from its commencement. and who has been once or twice wounded, writing to Mr. 0. Bell. of the Royal Oak. Evesham, on August 2, says: Just a few lines to ...

WEST MIDLANDS AND THE WAR

... before very Meg. PRIVATE BATTLE AND THE FORTUNES ABBEY MANOR RED CROSS HOSPITAL. OF WAR. The Commandant prabefailly acknowledges writing to a friend recently, p r i vate the fel:awing gifts: M n, H. Averill, maga- Battle, of Evesham, says: - 'Wo are having ...

ABBEY MANOR AND THE BA'

... day. Augur 4th, 1286. Here, en the actual battlefield, Professor Oman gave an interating and impure re account of the battle of Evesham and the movements d the kw days which preceded it. His description was made all the dearer hr the aid of a map nailed ...

ACROSS THE VALE

... art-painting, drawing, bookbinding. broad pen-prinJng,stencil-cutting. etc. The chief attraction was a scale model of the battle of Evesham. complete with the two churches and the Bell 'Rawer and a drawing of the town and its suburbs. which had been constructed ...

BY RE7ICREE

... thing, but Evesham Town al. seem dna sear to play beater football when they are away from home. Satur• day, an the Midland Amateur League. they bat Western Road House 4-2, after one of the finest and fastens gam ever seen on the ground. Evesham's 'two new ...