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Agents for the sale of the magazine are Richard Eykyn, Mr Hoppett, Mrs Humphreys, William Lloyd. The printers of the magazine are W. Parke, Printer, High Street Wolverhampton but the printers who bound the magazines seemed to have been Steen and Blacket of Queen Square. A list of confirmation candidates is given and there is a list of those holding parish office. The Bishop’s prizes were awarded to Charles Trantram, Mary ann Carter, Mary elizabeth Evers and Thomas Sneyd. Radically, sheep are no longer going to graze the churchyard. It is far too difficult to keep them in. Mr and mrs davenport are returning home, that is Edmund Henry Davenport and his new wife. Mr Warner the organist is leaving and Mr Pinck has taken his place. the organ is to be moved to a new place in the church.

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