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NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

for gunnery duties ; J. H. C. East, to tha Belle- isle : K. L Lang, to the Scout, for navigating duties • and A. E. Saul, to the Shannon. Sub-Lieut. B. G. Godfrey- Faussett, to the Agamemnon. Chaplain tha Rev. C. H. Coates, M.A., to the Rupert. Assist
30 November 1885 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
AGENT FOR THE SALE OF THE " HAMPSHIRE ADVERTISER FOR PORTSMOUTH AND DIS- TRICT, MR. LAMSLEY. 83. HIGH-STREET. PORTSMOUTH. ANY

AGENT FOR THE SALE OF THE " HAMPSHIRE ADVERTISER FOR PORTSMOUTH AND DIS- TRICT, MR. LAMSLEY. 83. HIGH-STREET. PORTSMOUTH. ANY

APPOINTMENTS. APPOINTMENTS. Captain— Henry St. L. B. Palliser to the Edinburgh. Lieutenants— The Hon. Hugh Tvrwhitt Brvan. G. G. Faussett, C. A. Bnckland to the Dolphin : F. S. Rogers to the Imogene, M. Swinger to the Pilot, A. E. Harford to the Cockatrice. P
31 August 1887 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
THE PRIMROSE LEAGUE.

THE PRIMROSE LEAGUE.

'secretary, and Mr. 1 * Turner hon. treasurer. The following ladies and g. „-hu.i-ii were elected to the executive: — Mrs. Faussett, ?? falter, Miss Marginson, Mr. Monk, Mr. Richard 11. ?? Mr. Puiiip Williams, and Mr. Schjoth. The Ruling Li ..uciilor .stated
07 May 1887 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE REVISION OF THE LISTS OF VOTERS.

THE REVISION OF THE LISTS OF VOTERS.

would also include St. John's College, where there were several scholars under Mr. Simms (from the office of the Rev. R. G. Faussett, Treasurer and Overseer of Christ Church) said they bad no means of knowing the ages of the Undergraduates. The Revising
12 September 1885 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

Mr. L. W. Wethered, £5; Mrs. Wethered (Remnantz), £5; Mrs. Fenwick, £2:2; Mrs. Allen, £1:1; Mrs. F. Wethered, £1; Miss E. Faussett, £1:1; Col. Williams, £5:5; Mr. R. Hammond-Chambers, £2:2; Mr. C. Carter, £1:1; Miss Fowler, £1:1; Mr. S. Brandon, £1; Mr
07 February 1880 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
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style by the committee. The following ladies, most of whom. officiated on the committee, presided over the tables : Mrs. Faussett Mr. W. Portaim, J. P., begged to return thanks for the manner in which they had drunk the toast if he might call it such
27 November 1885 - Blackpool Gazette & Herald - Blackpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LICHFIELD MERCURY,

THE LICHFIELD MERCURY,

W. Booth (Bears Hay), Mr. Clitfke (Whittington), Mr. R. Lear, Mr. G.Royds, Major Bedford, Rev. 8. Goldney, Mr. J. T. G. Faussett, Captain Lingbam (Wall), Mr. H. Johnson Mr. Henry Jaggard (Hamstall Ridware), Mr. William Morgan (Stafford), Colonel Webb
24 February 1882 - Lichfield Mercury - Lichfield, Staffordshire, England
 
LICHPUELD PUBLIC BUILDINGS, nfBTIx'UTIONS, bCjaOOLS. &c. Lichfield Theological College—Principal, the Rev. H. Southwell. M. A.; Vice-I'rintipai. Rev, h. K. Hardily,

LICHPUELD PUBLIC BUILDINGS, nfBTIx'UTIONS, bCjaOOLS. &c. Lichfield Theological College—Principal, the Rev. H. Southwell. M. A.; Vice-I'rintipai. Rev, h. K. Hardily,

E. Catherwood. Lichfield Registry High Court Justice, Probate Division, Beacon Street—Open from 10 till 4; J. T. Gouirey Faussett, Esq , KcjiUimr. Registry nfiice for Marriages, Tamworth Street—Mr. A. D. Parker, Superintendent Kegistrar. Licnfield Cricket
28 January 1887 - Lichfield Mercury - Lichfield, Staffordshire, England