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CHEPSTOW. 1 Agent.-Miss Clark A VISIT FROM EX-ETIIR.-The members of the Exeter branch of the Church Defence and Instruc- tion Committee visited Cbepstow on Saturday. They came by a special train, which reached the Wyesxde town at noon, the number of the party, made up of members and friends, being about 200. The party visited the famous old castle of Striguil, and after lunch a special service, with a short address, was held in St. Mary's Parish Church. In the afternoon they visited Tintern Abbey, and after an enjoyable day the return jouruey to Exeter was started shortly after six o'clock. .ELBCTRic LIGHTING.—Electric Lighting Pro- visional Orders (No. 7) Bill came on Tuesd y before the Examiner of the House of Commons for proof of with standing orders. Amongst* the rrovisional Orders which tbe Bill seeks to confirm "te(i by the Board of Trade under the rSfL ^htin« A°ts, 1882 and 188S, to the '"FYirma] Lighting and Power Company, that Staudin been Siv,eri> the Examiner said £ a 2S5a" £ *Si{"- V" T?lied wUhi reading. reported for seoond WmrmsLer8et7LCALRD°.! near Chepstow, died at the Rectorr w"°last<?ue> in the 80th year of his rhnUr'#df,y' late Lord William Somerset aud grandson nf H! fifth Duke of Beaufort, and nftheS 1 Lord Raglan. He had held the living since 1859, being presented to it in that year by the late Duke of Beaufort, whose domestic chaplain he was. Mr Somerset was twice married, his first wife being the daughter of Captain James Donald, and of that marriage one daughter survives. HI" second wife was Georgians Amelia, daughter of the late Lieutenaut-General William Lindsay Darling, of Stroat House, Tidenham. She died iu 1896, and i toy her he leaves two sous aud three daughtere. Up to within the last two years Mr Somerset was able to preach and fulfil his duties without any assistance. The funeral took place at Woolaston, on Monday, in the presence of a large number of parishioners and others. The chief mourners were, Mr and Mrs Raglan Somerset, Mr and Mrs Henty, Mr H. E. H. Somerset, Mr Charles Somerset, Miss Edith Somerset, Dr and Mrs Carter, and Mr and Mrs Charles Jones. The officiating clergy were the Rev A. J. Chepnian and the Rev R. C. Lynch Blosse. The service was choral, Mr Morris James presiding at the I organ.

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