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Daventry

/ ˈdævəntrɪ /

noun

  1. a town in central England, in Northamptonshire: light industries, site of an important international radio transmitter. Pop: 21 731 (2001)


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He had the charge of the academy for a time after its removal from Daventry, at the resignation of Mr. Belsham.

Mr. Mason did not remain at Daventry more than a year or two, when he removed to Spaldwich, in Huntingdonshire, where he died.

When this was done, the ministers of Daventry and Buckby engaged to preach to them alternately on the Sabbath morning.

During two years, the congregation at Daventry was supplied by neighbouring ministers and probationary candidates.

Mr. Mattock exerted himself to preach the Gospel in the neighbouring villages, as well as to the stated congregation at Daventry.

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