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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Gambia, passed through the kingdoms of Bondon, Kasson, and Kaarta, reached Seao, and there saw the Joliba, or Great Water, the Niger, as broad 'as the Thames at Westtninster, flowing "slowly eastward." He advanced to Silll on thai river, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beasts were drowned upon the hill side. It was a deluge remembered long afterwards by the name of the 'Great Water.' It is said to have been occasioned by a gale on St. Wulfan's day (October 15), the greatest wind Subscribers-only content

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    Royd, lrtliftnds Seveitirdl Inogs. Cat Pits, Mary I Cross, Long lands, t'hree Cot Fihelds, Hard 'lng Well, liusighs Ilottomi, Great Water lLoyd, Water i Rsyd littitoV Wrter Royd. Garl)ridge Fiield, Seves sniall i Closes in G(trhirilge and Chasles Wltitelilg, containilig Subscribers-only content

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    NOTICEJ.3iverb gieta h.PARTNE~R-R SHIP heretolde subs~atiug etween us, CARLES CARoR By JOHN SIMPSON, Sail and Cover Makers;WAXEFIELD, bas J (signed) CHARLES. CARRI, Ct a witpease to JJEP FNLN SIMPSON, N *h JoBE SawxL Nc N.B. he usiess will be Subscribers-only content

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    Ito *ales Ti Mutt~on. GENUINE FOREIGN LEEDRS.-COS tb-TFE, l LEEDRS.-COSStN-TRE Messrs. T. & W. HARD WICK beg to announce that they areW directed by Her Majesty's Officers of Customs, to SELL BY ini AUCTION', oen Monday next, the F'ourth Subscribers-only content

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    171, Do. Oth 'leferencO Stock 181, Great Indila Peanisuls, guaranteed 5 per scnt. 1191 9i, iitto dtitte New 313-D, Great Water of Coanada% 20 8 Oude and lHohilkund 6narantoed 5 per cent. 100 t, Ditto ditto shares 2085, Scinde-Doehi gcuaanteed Subscribers-only content

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    63,553 .. 167,771 Lomdon and North-Western. 111,006 .. 110,608 .. 130,33t GreatNortharn ....... 61,253 .. 70,630 .. 102,103 ; Great Water. 71,149 .. 74,134 .. 64,809 rtEastarn Eo . 78,380 ,. 49,585 .. 65,128 Other LInes ......s......... ot .. 8,506 Subscribers-only content

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    ~NTRI~g 'The Yorkshire.Repmsit7yLde. NTISoi HoitsEs for the 6ALE. on. 2Tuesday next .E14 hould be meace not later tha id,,hnte yb dor tisitd, in bat rday'6, capers, a an ler is xowy,Wgoodb a be and for- useiul horses oi tlt Subscribers-only content

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    79'4 76j -'9% 1222 Great Jo'rthern .........1241.- 125.o. 12 33., 125Y% 103. DO10 o.Jun. .~.......:.0, 19"-4 2073,. 134%~ Pu' !Great Water, ........ 13390 2.9+4. 1583-A 015u fledra ,1nd .rn13C92 ......2_57% 33 .. 7 222 Thoec~hiresnnd oraitre .....0Y 1z51. 24 i Subscribers-only content

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    of the Grreat Star Company. Evers- Re-oinuz untul burtber notice. will h- presented lisa Original OotutineaLa Vcr~ss-i of the Great Water Srpectecle. IS (ET R I A , S O.TE EXTrLES FLIGHT FOR LIFE OR DEATH!I Insroeincinzr the Contonnenml Hippedrome Subscribers-only content

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    DmIING. RIOYAL MIALL LU'l.~ DE LFAIST AND EINGL AND.~ V-A BAlRIOW. Ti-rotno BOIFAt-4T to JIAIMtON (iriel Pier) rEvjt-ItV 11EN1 NISC4 (S-dita- rih-,I-tptd) at 7-1t. kiT-on BARR~OW (pClt lOt-njer I3 inon nt-rival Of tile a lrimlil T'rinH. fromt nll p3art6 Subscribers-only content

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    s1 ITINGS. [ I l l' .- i' F II1'1'7Y NICEI SCOTCI I . il l]J. ?its, lyht inl we ight and volou r, ivviuch I I' Cl ''i) (it Pis and -1Is per Snlt. 111digo L' Lte :, Subscribers-only content

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    SHIPPING. ___ -' T~~lE CUNAIUD LIN 3-f 5,,fulorin NewA York Si'totlida. 1iwtuoI ..r \Nivl '21,1 HeItllyra Ju ro i,7 for JewTuk . li30 1dcv. Au"1135 C111011,a fur Ni-v Xun lr 33 ilr-lac lAsimy ' lor liololt . .. M Subscribers-only content

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    Cam. paign. Our Lawn Tennis Match. Six Illustrations by Arthur Hopkins. Our Haymaking. SiixI11u.tra. tione by Randolph Caldicott. Our Great Water. in, Place. Ten Illustrations by W. R. Ralston Notes in North Wales. Thirteen llustrationsbv J. C. Dollman. Holiday Sketches Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOTIOC TO AD-VERTISERS A RECI:NT order of the Post OfIMeC states thatlettcrs-addressed toluiti:-ls or Ficti- tious Namos tvill be sent to the Dead- Letter Ozce, Dublin. Advertisersshould, consequently, give their fuLl and proper iarncs wiben theydesire to receive-11 nninications Subscribers-only content

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    I - 7Eli tH m 1: IS TI! .1 GRL)IVING\( I)lSIfl' r it), Ie P'bli ler betterl cl1ss Goods. I rq 1c, jri, el Saits a II Tdonser/s AmtS: NOT IN demand. r ,*: il; ,h a terials a<nd Subscribers-only content

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    r VJl li ls' S7YlI.T, A GLO11I7, , DSIRl' .i t h' IP'ablic bert btr ctuas Goods. 1 er i. -: prie-ed Stails l ;d 'rtitrS ATSIi NOT iX ldmntiid. tIrlis} .!altcrils and re ily goode tilling (;araents, T Subscribers-only content

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    TENNIS SHIRITS. W ff172'L iN ,z35R.q 6d t;' 1s Cd (p7aiEn oxW117 .7u0zeed /fonts), Silk Strpes. Zawy _.fords. pie7t &.ybnz'~. aa' Silk, alid other wn- sh?'/gaubl' wmkrai-, i' e re-t ?,ariety. from o 6do to IO.; lUs .T&e .ab.' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of certain desperados | which have been lately so muctt vaunted of at the other side of the " Great Water ?" Bo this as it may, the Djevonlport aflair ought to have set tte officers of every fortress anl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    September. There will also be two poultry shows ill the comse of the season-viz., in August and January. The Great Water Towers are now completed, and arrangements have been made by wehicle, for a small charge, visitors to the Palace Subscribers-only content

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