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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    came in.-Plysoutnh Telegraph. An eccentric character and'well-known musician in these towns, called Billy Roller, died last night at the New Buildings, aged 69 years, who was always supposed to be id the depths of poverty; Lbut in his miserable looking Subscribers-only content

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    Worcester, the bill of costs was Nixnry PounDs! ! NEW BcILDINu S.-The Committee have presented their Report on the New Buildings at Westminster. They are as sparing as may be ip reproaches, bJUt yet say enough to excite shame, we Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by an immense body guard. Her Majesty's atten- tioh seemed to be particularly attracted on her arrival opposite the New Buildings at Whitehall. A long train of noblemen and gentlemen's car- 5iages followed, which were filled with ladies of distinction. Subscribers-only content

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    esquisitely engraved On steel, of : - LOND)ON in tbe NINETEENTH CENTURY; or, JOleeS', Series of Views of the New Buildings, Improvements, &c. of the Metra' polis, engraved by the most erni oent Artists of the day, from original drawiegs, Subscribers-only content

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    Hart street, Bloomsbury square. ETATION AL LOAN FUND LIFE N ASSURANCE and DEFERRED ANNUITY SOCIETY, 26 Cornhill, London; 67 New Buildings, North Bridge, Edinbhrgh; 36 Westmoreland street, Dublin; 28 South Castle street, Liverpool; 47 Princess street, Manchester; 9 Clare street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Secretary, 11 Waterloo place, Pallmall. NTATIONAL LOAN FUND LIFE l ASSURANCE and DEFERRED ANNUITY SOCIETY, 26 Cornhill, London; 67 New Buildings, North Bridge, Edinburgh 06 Westmoreland street, Dublin ; 28 South Castle street, Liverpool - 47 Princess street, Manchester; 9 Subscribers-only content

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    Directors, WILLIAM WRIGHT, Sec. N ATIONAL LOAN FUND LIFE N ASSURANCE and DEFERRED ANNUITY SOCIETY, 26 Cornhill, London, 67 New Buildings, North Bridge, Edinburgh; 36 Westmoreland street, Dublin; 28 Sooth Castle street, Liverpool; 47 Princess street, Manchester; 9 Clore strett, Subscribers-only content

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    Im- Electric Telegraph; Health of Tos * provements, with Woodcut Illustra- Friendly Seieties; Rise and Foll of tions of New Buildings; Chronicle of Fonda Baths and Wethouses. Occurrences; Bankruptcy Analysis; Part 1.-Abstracts b cts Necrology of 1847. London: Charles Konight, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CE C OOL HISTORIES.- NLOv EDITos. GENERAL HISTORY (Modern), by A. T. TtaTLzI, with Map, 3s. G E N E R A L HISTORY (Ancient), by A. F. TxTErna, with Map, 3s. PALESTINE, by JOHN ItTTO, D.D. Ss. 6d. Subscribers-only content

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    DR CULVERWELL ON MTARRIAGE, INFERTILITY, AND DIVORCE. yps, S d Orthodox, Anti-Empirical, and Original, Is.; by post Is. Sd. I G H T S and S HADESOf "leL cih MARRIED LIFE. lost thtbthtewf I hodts him 0t "-yfewhich that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mails. Public Petitions Production of Cotton. Memorandum of New Stamp Duties. IndusTrial Assoc.tions. Public Improvements; With Woodeut Illustrations Of New Buildings. Industrial Aissoc~latons. Chronicle of Occurrences. Fluctuations of the Funds. Bankruptcy Analysis.-Necrology of 1850. THE UNIONS' AND PARISH OFFICERS' SHEET Subscribers-only content

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    MUSEUM. THE PEOPLE'S ILLUSTRATED JOURNAL, No. III, price 2d. contains the first of a series of Articles on the New Buildings of the British Museum, with Seven Engravings. Also, Canada: Past, Present, and Futore (1lluosraflon)-lfedineval Art (Four Engravings)-The Itookeries of Subscribers-only content

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    William Grew and Son. THE CAMBRIDG UNIVERSITY J.TAL2IANACK with a vosew of Trinity College, Library, and St John' College, New Buildings Engraved by E. B D- OLcrser. from a Drawiniz by B. Rrna. 'Proofs ofth nrvg OIL India Paper, l2g. Subscribers-only content

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    G-DYAL SCHOOL of NAVAL 1 AlCHITrECTUIRE and MARINE ENGINEERING. The Lords of tire Committec Of Council on Education ha-ve determined rinfer communication with the Admiralty snd tire justitnnto of Naval ArChitects, to open at South Kensington a School of Subscribers-only content

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    contains:-A tdne View of the New Town- Hall in Mlelbourne-View of Madiasval Domestic Tower, Cologne-The Condition of Birmingham, and New Buildings there-Vengeance of the Thamnes-Art in Manchester-Social Science Items-Building in Coner te, and ,tler Papers-with Artistic and Sani- tary News.-], Subscribers-only content

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    Woking-History of Italian Sculpture-Royal Institute of Architects-Pauper- ism and Crime-The Dead Year, and various other Papers, with Notices of New Buildings, and all the News, Artistical and Sanitary.-l York street, W.C., and all Newsmen. Just published, in 8vo., price 2s. Subscribers-only content

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    JAMES HOLLAND, Superintendent. L ONDON ARCHITECTURE-- L Tie BUILDER of this week, 4d., or by post 5d., contains-Vies of New Buildings in Mark-Lane -Illustrative Sections and Plan of Holborn Viaduct, with diecriptive particulars-Compensation for Houses and Land-Rotherham Hospital Competition- Water Subscribers-only content

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    SURGICAL COLLEGE. -The ACADEMICAL SESSION for 1871 and 1872 *will commence on MONDAY, the 2nd of October. in the New Buildings on the Albert Emlbaikiuenent, Westminster bridge. To enter and for further particulars, apply to 1R. G. WHITFIELD, Medical Secretary Subscribers-only content

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    OYAL SCHOOL OF MINES.- DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND ART. During the Twenty-second Session, 1872-73, which wtill commence on the 1st of October, the followving COURSES of LECTURES and PRACTICAL IDEMONSTRATIONS will be given: I. Chemistry, fly E. Franland, Pb.D., Subscribers-only content

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    of Council on Educotion the instruction in Chemistry, Physics, Applied Mechanics, and Natural History wil be given in the New Buildings, in the Exhibition-road, South Rensington. THE CHEQUE BANK, LIMITED. Offices-Pallmall East, and 124 Cannon-street, E.C. The GUARANTEE FUND of Subscribers-only content

 

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