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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Westmoreland, Lancashire, Yorkshire, a a Sussex, yn Lloegr, ac hefyd yn Swydd Waterford, yn yr Iwerddon. Euheiddo hwy ydyw Bolton Abbey, a Chatsworth House hefyd, ac fe gyfrifir yr olaf y breswylfod fwyaf pendefigaidd yuy wlad Nid rhy- fedd oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. I I _ ,. . . CHARACTER OF WARRENI HASTINGs.-He (Mr Sheridan) saw nothing great, nothing magnanimous, nothing open, nothing direct, in his mea- sures or in his mind. Oa the contrary, he had too often pursued Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Darisjrefom tile original Sketches by Rubens, in tAe possession of R. P. . Chantrell, Esq."-and " Twelve Views of Bolton .Abbey, Wharfdale, Yorkshire," drawn from Nature, upon stone alsO, by Mr Davis. Anlo the heads from Rubens are those of Subscribers-only content

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    Thomas Wadsworth, 8i, to 'Miss Frances Dalby, 74. The happy couple set off in a chaise and four to Bolton Abbey to spend the honeymoon.-Blackbursn Gazeiie. DEATHS. On the voth nSt.. at Ghent, Camden Gray, Lord Kirkcudbright. The peerage has Subscribers-only content

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    OLDEN TIME; A or, Ohl Esglish Hospitality. Engraved from the celebrettd Picture by GEORGE CATTERMOLE, as tbe Companion to Bolton Abbey in the Olden Tioe, by SAAoIUZL COUSINS, A K.A. This national work has excited intense interest from the scene Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    execution. Near it is placed Barkers "Woodman," which has been so extensively popularised by engravings. Sir E. Landseer's famous "Bolton Abbey" appears among several other examples of his style, transferred from the walls of Chatsworth. There are three or four Subscribers-only content

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    is the Abandoned, among-those of Mr Machse is the Caxton, among those of Sir Edwin Landseer is the popular Bolton Abbey, and so on throughout. The main part of the British gallery con- sists of works abundantly and recently discussed, Subscribers-only content

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    women as if they . were patterns of piety and virtue." Mr Street is engaged in the repair of Bolton Abbey. The ,&ane says it is enabled to contradict the rumour cir- culated by several Italian journals that an interview Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    annoll"CO Adthat they have now ready for delivery the following AqutI * X beoutifully Coloured by Hand, and Mounted. Bolton Abbey ..... (Laondeese). | No Place Like Home .... Digssity and Impudenc lb. Lady and Spaniels . Lion Dog of Subscribers-only content

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    and valuable to the Collector and Connoisseur, because generally thev have all the margin; including the Midsummer Night's Drearn- Bolton Abbey, with the rare date, May a -Return from Hawkisg-Dignity and Impudence-Hunters at Grass-Random Shot-Night (5th proof), and Morning (7th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the mind a grandeur of the wild lochs and rugged passes of Scotland: while his "Night and Morning," "Bolton Abbey in the Olden Time," and a "Highland Break- fast," may well take rank as descriptive subjects of con- siderable Subscribers-only content

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    taken Dfr. Hargreaves country seat for 'the recess. Lord Hartington will prdcceed in a few t n days to Bolton Abbey, .Ycrkehira, for thE Parliamentary t recess, * ! i ., VALUABI.S DISCOVElRY FOnTI. 5m AIF.-, lf yowrhair t isturninggreyor Subscribers-only content

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    discovered. e The picturesque "living" of Bolton Abbey, Skipton-int- y Craven, is vacant owing to the, preferment of 'the Rev. Charles Bellairs, B.A.,' to the rectory of GoadbyMarwood Leieestershire. The benefice of Bolton Abbey, valued ;1, tI £270. per annumi, Subscribers-only content

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    Hlidon HaUl, Bonsal Dale, Miller's Date. BUo- O,. Liverpool. Denct Dale Hardrow Sobeir, Edeu Valley. Edinburgh, COJ°cmjelrn. Iirlesteli Abbey, Bolton Abbey. Morecambe, Clifton, t{aleerne C~ltenham, htc. Frice One Peitny. - ,NtD&N and SOUTH-WESTERN contains Views t nd J bUDescriptions of Subscribers-only content

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    resolved to erect an obelisk to hia Carl memory on some conspicuous site in the neigh. was bourhood of Bolton Abbey. A more fitting place r is for such a memorial could scarcely be found. I in Situated in the Subscribers-only content

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    coultain camnevery ~ choice Works, iaclnudilrcg- "THIE NYmpiH or THE FOREST." X. Bouvier. `AWATERFALL, NORTI NVALES,"P. J. Hill, IX "BOLTON ABBEY" and "DAl. LAKCE," Thomas Whittle, at NEAR DO VEDALE ' (fluuflWor'k), Win. E1. Hanrris. B. L. Herrinig G. Tarneir Subscribers-only content

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    ju AT "1Tt1E NYMPHI OF THE FOREST." J. Bouvier. ex lord 'A WATERFALL. NORTH WALES," J. J. Hill. Mors "BOLTON ABBEY" and `BAhA LA1KE," Thomas Whittle. ti rU "'NEAR DOVEDALE' (fincWork), Wm. B, Harris. 74 Ased others, by '4 II. Subscribers-only content

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    PUBLIa ~AMUS.EMENTS, ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. TENGAGEMENT feoa ThYVR NIUTS OF Iqp. FANK EMERY'S COMPANY, loclurabeg Miss MAUDE JBRANSCOMBE. EVsN~ 7.30, ars OPERATIC BURLE SQUE, alter sal Ij~jec(Music by Ollenhc "LA, VIE; ORt, LIFE IN LONDON,;" resarI producer1 by U1. B. Subscribers-only content

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    GoRna HAnnrRoq, Green Valley Road, Shipley, Yorkshtce, - Lr boot and shoe maker. WILLIAm READ, Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire, farmer, cab pro- prietor, and livery-stable keeper. FnANcrs WsLr.rAssoN and JopTN WILLIAMsON, trading as 4 e Williamson Brothors, Oldfleld, Keighley, Yorkshire, and Subscribers-only content

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    It £14. 3s. 6d. for an oil painting, "Dudley Castle," and 0 a similar sum was given for " Bolton Abbey." '. SESSIONS ANDl) Assizics.-Notice has been issued that L all prisoners committed for trial at the quarter sessions a Subscribers-only content

 

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