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THE WEEKLY TET EGRAPH FOR WALTHAM ABBEY. CHESHUNT, £ST> DISTRICTS. CHKSHUNT COLLEGE FESTIVAL

... interest on W. Hardy Harwood (of Islington), the pastor of the the money that might be borrowed for such work.” historical King's Wsighhouse Chaps), and the the loan being spread over long period'as following local clergymen: the Rev. D. Thomas possible. —Mr ...

TIME USUAL*

... TIME USUAL*. Oold.—S. Thurlow. time 6hm. 51 nuns. ; W. K- Deeler, fihra. 6mms. ;G. Hardy. Bhr». Hmina. ; H. G. Thomae. Shrs. Ham*. ; A. Stodholme, Shn*. ITmnwv. ; W. Lawrence. 6hra. Xknioa. ; J. .Ttwaon, 6hm. Xkßin*. ; F. Rann. 6hn*. *tmina. ; A. 6hrH ...

ROYA'.TY and thf. chkshdnt bqt non* many mmmmwm, 1 %iuin«d bv tl.Mti 4 m the taecM. V Mctioo He.oiH horti-2SSi

... Boa a few yean sinee. By eroecing with other I kinds they had succeeded in raising aome grand i seedlings, which are very hardy, but which differ . from the ordinary kinds by having seven instead ol | five lobes; and. moreover, they are sweet scented ...

(FVom •’ 7rw/i.“)

... the Congregational Chapel, Bishops Stortford. left this week for America, piaving engaged to fill the pulpit of Dr. Ronen Thomas, of Brooklyn Chapel. Boston, daring next month. Mr Wood is expected to away about seven weeks. - Chetwood. b Tyler bOraaftras ...

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH FOR'WALTHAM ABBEY, DISTRICTS

... in A del side Viewers. -I. Miller. Anderson, ami Co. The Utile nags who carried the bride’* train, M »*ter Gerard Freeman Thomas, looked charming his dainty auit white satin with its applegreen sash. Lady Victoria the mother tlie bride. 1 wore dress goldan ...

HAMPSTEAD HARRIERS

... Dacre. of The Priory. Royston. who died on August 13th last, aged 69 years, daughter of the first Lord Chesham, and widow of Thomas Oroide William. 220 d Baron Dacre. has been proved Charles Compton William. Lord Cheahatn. of Upton House. Banbury, nephew ...

Bank's affairs, as shown in the Books of the Bank. W. F. NARRAWAY, General Manager. JOHN G. GRIFFITHS, ..

... most the nine rider, who had entered tamed out. Tb« ground was a hi* lumpy, hut did not prevent fairly fast riding. George Hardy. 140 yard*, carried off the first jiriie, a clock and barometer ; S. Thurlow. second, iwse cawvera; and C. E. Greenall. third ...

WALTHAM ABlbX

... Solwiu-Ibbeteon. M.P. (who was to Idd farewell to his constituents). OoloDtd Lockwood (the candidate of the Unionist party), Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, and many others. Msjor Tait presided, and warmly •alogiaed the serrioea of Sir Selwi t-Ibbeteon, who, for tbi-ty ...

EEKLY TELEGRAPH tOR Wj

... 4th. Among lbs Bomana lbs gander spooss wws Bsvsll. TI.: Ist. wafiod Growler; faeoorils and fseblooabls dish, hot oom %oA Thomas Oroee; trd. Alfred Woddbooll ; 4tfe. ■mb tors that tbs bud to Ward. Standard let. John ; wblob lbs oommoo woal woo so indebted ...

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH FOR WALTHAM ABBEY. CHESHUST. AND DISTRICTS. l aoconmoff. .™SSTC_.> ffiJRaSKSSfiBSt. ..

... posaesslon lier watch and chain, minerri righte ln •• • ** *• • croee the North the Imperial yacht Uohsn- Hall, Chorlton-cum-Hardy. the founder of the Man- aome rings had. and a por ton of cluing. aU ‘h* Crown Colony 0 Bechuanaland, in the I’rotecto- ggm=a ...

TEE PROSECUTION OP THE BISHOP

... 400 are clergymen. Forms of nomination aod all farlionlare as to the E. O. U. can obtained rom the eecretary, Colonel J. B. Hardy, at office of tho E. 0. U., 34. Wellington-street, Strand, W. 0., hi whom also oootribuUooa for the Biehop of Lincoln's defence ...