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M. Caillaux as one of
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• SIR;you allow me to remind your readers that next Sunday will be the fifty-fourth occasion of the observance of " Hospital Su
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June 28, Monday.-Cathedral : assists at High Mass, to.3
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Major-General Sir Harold Tagart has been appointed a Deputy Lieutenant for Devonshire.
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