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t J+ + (Stovfrtft* Sir Walter Orlando Corbet, the fourth baronet, of Acton Reynold, Shropshire, died on Tuesday in his 56th year. He E-erved in the Egyptian campaign of 1882, and was at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir. He was a keen sportsman, and rarely missed a meet of cither Sir Watkin Wyrrn'a or the North Shropshire Hounds, and was out with the latter pack only Ia.st Friday. He owned about 7000 acres of land, to which his only son, wlxo is now eighteen, will succeed.

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