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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOREIGN AND COLONIAL NEWS. FRANCE._COUNT DlP PERSOGTY'S SsPEVot-The 'Moniteur,' by the Emperor's express command, published Cotutt de Persigny's speech on Sunday. The hesitation of the semi-official organs, and the known doubts and fears of certain Ministers, now only serve Subscribers-only content

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    that our public grounds should attest the honour in which we hold the great of every region. In our Central Park we have placed the statue of Shakespeare, the representative of English genius, and that of Scott, who represents the Subscribers-only content

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    William Penn. Philadelphia boasts the possession of probably the finest park in the United States, even taking into consideration Central Park, in New York, or Prospect Park, in Brooklyn. The arrangement of the city is laid out upon a peculiar Subscribers-only content

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    nettings of the small, wiry, long-tailed horses, and the spider-wheeled vehicles that spin along to the Bois de-to the Central Park, that is. Of course when we meet one of those vehicles we keep to the right hand-anybody could have Subscribers-only content

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    infamous for roguery as the one that it supplanted. There was to have been a statue erected in the Central Park of Mr. Tweed, but the idea has been abandoned, and in its place the public are provided with a Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1891-3

    Hall, Assize Courts, Municipal Offices, Technical Schools, Intermediate Schools and new University College. These could be arranged around a Central Park. If Lord Bute found it his pleasure to sell this land for a moderate sum .... we could make

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