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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NAVAL AND MILITARY. THE 100-POUNDEr ABRMSTRONG GUN was tested at Shoebury- ness last week with complete success. At the conclusion of the ex- periments, the gun was found to be as perfect as when the trials commenced. The new Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pri. eoners. Captain Moor furnished them with supplies, but in to doing stated distinctly that they were for the exclusive use of the four gentlemen. The American Lieutenant afterwards said his orders were to take Captain Moor and his papers Subscribers-only content

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    THE PRINCE CONSORT MEMORIAL. On Friday, the Earl of Derby, the Earl of Clarendon, Mr. Cubitt, the Lord Mayo, and Sir ChHles Eastlake, the President of the Royal Academy, who were recently Pominated by the Quiebn to advise her Subscribers-only content

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    Iblic zAmn0iemet0. UW0URL !M MANA1MUNT 0' Mn M. B. SIMPSON. T'HIS EVENING I~aturday), J JNE 13, 183. To ceereeee with 'ARE TRIAL OF EFFIE DEANS, To conclude with JONATC19AN BRADFORD. l.ves Boxsi,. B.: Upper Boxe. 2s. Pi I3, Gallery, Subscribers-only content

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    x, February 8 (8.15 a.m.)-Yesterdav z iaifternzoot ve had a skirnish with the eneny. Thu| . .'-o- -ustralians, under Captain Moor, left i si'-"erusontuin and attackzed the eneuiy at P:i'ts!er'. After a little firing the Australians i fegrmed a retreat Subscribers-only content

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