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LEDBURY v. WITHINGTON. I

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DYMOCK. ) LOCAL WILL.-The Rev. Reginald Horton, M. A., hon. canon of Gloucester and late viear of Dymock, Gloucestershire, which vicariate he was compelled to resign on account of ill-health and went to reside at Southbourne, near Bourne- mouth. His death took place on the 23rd March last, leaving estate valued at 25,495 13a 5d with net personalty 95,452 4s 6d. Mra Mabel A rbuthnot Horton, his widow, and Mr John Wilfred Hewitt, of the Home Farm, Hope End, Ledbury, Hereford, are the executors. The will is dated 27th October, 1912, wherein testator leaves to his wife, Mabel Arbuthnet Hortot? £ 300 2l each to his children, Rodber, Pemberton rGrace Olive, Christobel Mary Stuart, and Joyce Winifred B5 each to I his grandchildren and E50 to his faithful servant, Alice Cook. He leaves the use of his household effects to his wife for life and then for his children. He gives specific gifts to his two sons, and the residue of his property he leaves as to £ 110 upon trust for his daughter, Grace Olive, for life, with remainder upon trust for his wife for life, and then equally to his children, the share of his daughter, Grace Olive, to be upon trust for life, and then to the others equally. "BJBBY'S ANNUAL," for 1914, edited by Joseph Bibby (Is net, by post Is 4d) is again a publication remarkably well produced. The illustrations in colour can only be described as magnificent, being reproductions of famous paintings to be found in the art galleries IIf Northern Europe. The articles are all of the scholarly type, not the least interesting being A Saunter round the World," being » description of a journey undertaken by Mr and Mrs Bibby.

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ITHE GLOUCESTER YEOMANRY TRAINING.

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IACROSS THE TABLE.

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