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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    own Marlow, who could be as horrible, and yet as grand and true, as any writer ever was. The Guard House at the Queen's Theatre, disarms us of criticism. lWe say with the gallant old Commandant at the close, " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a flag with the inscription "God and the people," upon arriving at Casino, seized the ammunition in the Customs Guard House. The sentinel resisted energetically, and was taken prisoner, but afterwards released. Pursued by the troops and the Cara- bineers, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    behind. He was saluted everywhere and by all classes with the greatest respect. Wlhen Pierri was taken to the Guard House the explo- sion had not yet taken place. In two minutes, however, it reached his ear. . He cried Subscribers-only content

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    north-west coast of Guernsey, and crosses that island to St. Peter's Port, where there is a station in the Guard House, nearly upon a level with the sea. It then runs to Caps Gros Nez, and is landed upon a Subscribers-only content

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    made any progress. Four shells fell in this locality. One large piebe was picked up and exhibited in the Guard House, where' it wvas tho subject of much curiosity." The following is the communication from Beauregard to General Gilmore, protesting Subscribers-only content

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