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EXETER INVESTMENT TRUST INVESTED FUNDS AND ASSETS M 85.000.

EXETER INVESTMENT TRUST INVESTED FUNDS AND ASSETS M 85.000.

W. H. ELLIS, Esq. Trustees. {G. F. TRUSCOTT, Esq. R. P. BISHOP, Esq. MONEY is received on Deposit, and Interest allowed thereon u follows 4 per Cant. withdrawal at me awath'a notice. 43 Par Cont. oa enthdrawal (after one year) at menthe notice. All Interest is paid free of Incom
23 August 1887 - Express and Echo - Exeter, Devon, England
 
A STARTLING DISCOVERY.

A STARTLING DISCOVERY.

The remains of two cavalry soldiers with their horses and equipments were found in an old sunken pond at Carrick-on-Suir. on Monday afternoon, in a remarkable state of preservation.
23 August 1887 - Express and Echo - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE LANGWORTHY CASE

THE LANGWORTHY CASE

In the London Bankruptcy Court, to-day, Mr. Reg~'~stru Linklater granted an order annuhng the banbuptcy of Mr. E. M. Langworthy. The only opposition was made on behalf of two men who claimed damages for wrongtul dismissal. Bankrupt agreed to pay X2OO into Court pending a settlem
23 August 1887 - Express and Echo - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Nairn or One mile and a half, over the Old Course. Panzerschdt, Sgt., t tlb (Watts) t Lasso, Est., zolb

Nairn or One mile and a half, over the Old Course. Panzerschdt, Sgt., t tlb (Watts) t Lasso, Est., zolb

........... ..-....(Snowden) a Beuiag : at to so on Panserschill who waded on his opponent to the distance where be Grew to the trout and won easily by four lengths. Tug BIADGATI PARK Sraw. T.Y.C. Westgate, aged, pat (Wood ) I Fritz, 6 yrs., 9st 81b ... ........... (Platt) 2 Bro
23 August 1887 - Express and Echo - Exeter, Devon, England
 
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Four more bodies of those cir.,wned in the Horseley Down disaster have been recovered, viaking six altogether.
23 August 1887 - Express and Echo - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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NO. 6.116

23 July 1886 - Express and Echo - Exeter, Devon, England
 
NO CORROBORATIVE EVIDENCE.

NO CORROBORATIVE EVIDENCE.

TOPICS OF THE DAY. [From the "Times.") Lord Salisbury is now the central object of political speculation and party expectation. He is already gathering his friends around him. Conseryative chiefs are hurrying to the coming distribution of the honours and the spoils of victory. T
23 July 1886 - Express and Echo - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ASSAULT BY A DEVONSHIRE CLERGYMAN.

ASSAULT BY A DEVONSHIRE CLERGYMAN.

The Rev. Olmius Morgan, of Sidmouth, whose age approached seventy, was, at Ottery yesterday, summoned by his wife, Eliza Harper Morgan, for assaulting her on the 59th July.—Another summons was also heard against Emma Churchill, servant to the last defendant, for assaulting the c
23 July 1886 - Express and Echo - Exeter, Devon, England
 
PAILUU 01 A NZIFTON BUILDER.

PAILUU 01 A NZIFTON BUILDER.

At Newton yesterday, before Mr. T. Andrew (oflicill Receiver) a first meeting of creditors was hell in the estate of William Brock Adams, builder, of 67a, Wolborough-street. There were several creditors present, Mr. F. Watts, Messrs. Francis, Baker, and Watts represented the deb
09 October 1886 - Express and Echo - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ST. THOMAS CRICK:MT CLUB.

ST. THOMAS CRICK:MT CLUB.

Annual Dinner. At the Seven Stars Hotel last evening the members of the above Club, to the number of about fifty, sat down to their first annual dinner. Mr. Sebastian Snow oecupied the chair, and Mr. S. S. Babbage (captain) ithe vice-chair. Among those also present were Dr. Farr
09 October 1886 - Express and Echo - Exeter, Devon, England