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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ill at that time. There is no doubt that aIt t he time h o was moving shout between Cherry Gardens and Hingstont George IV, Gordon, in my humble opinion, ought to have been nrm-I-steml end been Sent to Mforant Subscribers-only content

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    be satisfactorily accounted for. CHARLTONS 11.30 a.m.-Three flire floats, A from West- minster, C from Limehouse, and D from Cherry Gardens, are still sending inmense volumes of water into tho burn- ijg ship, but with no effect, as the flaUnes Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANNINGS. ;1 "'The Idler" reaches its hundredth performance at hs S St. James's to-morrow. A mani died at Greenwich, yesterday, from beinga~ci dentally shot at a sbooting-gallery. The Irish 'ecretary has agreed to preside at the anznj- dinner of Subscribers-only content

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    father, the Rev. H. J. Ingilby, suitably addressed those assembled, and were very enthusiastically applaudedm before they retired. 'The annual race for " Doggett's coat haud badge," took place yesterday on the Thbmces, Messenger, of Cherry Gardens, was the winner. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lation. The island is 100 miles ins length and 60 minles in bieadth. By Mr. Brusrowsc.-I have heard of Cherry Gardens; it is in the parish of St. Andrew's, about one mile out Of Kiingston. I never met Mfrs. Gordon Subscribers-only content

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