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    Birch. On his left, were Sir Francis Burdett, Sir Robert Heron, Mr. Alderman Waithman, Colonel Johnson, Colonel Wildman of Newstead Abbey ; and upwards of 400 respectable inhabitants of the town and neighbourhood formed the company. As soon as the Subscribers-only content

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    In 8vo. price 3s. and GENIUS of LORD BYRON. By Sir COSMO GORDON. ] S tortait, and View of Newstead Abbey. In 8vo. 2s. 6d. 11. TNCEiUTY, a Tale. By the Author otsf" Rachel," &c. 2lmo. 6s. bds. 12MDhte dEDICAL Subscribers-only content

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    in Nottingham, and was soon after followed by a large body of his tenantry in mourning. Colonel Wildman, of Newstead Abbey, with some of his tenantry, arrived in a similar manner. The bells were tolled, the shops were chiefly shut, Subscribers-only content

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    Synopsis of Lord Byron's Life-his residence in Greece-the particulars of his friendship with Captain Medwin, and a view of Newstead Abbey, is inserted in Part 11. Vol. IV. of the same W ork. The " Portfolio" is an elegant weekly Subscribers-only content

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    the Pavilion at Brighton, and four other Engravings. in a. earlv Number will be given a fine view of Newstead Abbey, the seat of the bate Lord Byron, drawn expressly for this work, with other original subjects.- To the Admirers Subscribers-only content

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    notite that the Duke of Sussex has been for some time on a visit at Col. Wild- man's at Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamalshire, the late seat of Lord Bytdn, where Mif Dennman has also been a sojourner.-Stamferd News. - RELAKD Amo Subscribers-only content

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    . . S. Prout. 2. Padua . . . Stanfield, A.RA. 3. Tivoli . . J. D. Haxding 4. Newstead Abbey All. Westall, ARA. 5. Countess of Jersey . . . E. T. Parris,o. The'Appendix to the second Eight Parts Subscribers-only content

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    we must part.' ' An' where the deil does your honiour mean to go?' re- plied the other.".-Abbotsfurd and Newstead Abbey, by. the author of tile -Shetch Book." WASHINGTON IitVtNG.-Our distingutrshed fellow-citizen, Washington Irving, has purchased a small property of Subscribers-only content

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    in One B Volnme, wish all the Notes contained in the Seventven Vain. Edition. With aPortrait, a View of Newstead Abbey, and Facsimiles of Lord lyrpon's handwriting at sarious periods of his Life. Splendidly printed in ar entirol, new anrd Subscribers-only content

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    things which Sir James has published are one or two lectures deli- vered to popular institutions. COoNEIa WILDMAN, of Newstead Abbey, died suddenly on the 20th inst., in his seventy-third year. He was out the day previously, but on Tuesday Subscribers-only content

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    attach to it, as his speech intimated, a degrading punishment, such as the tread-, wheel. It is reported that Newstead Abbey, together with the estate, exceeding 3,000 acres in extent, will shortly be brought to the hammer in one lot. Subscribers-only content

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    Thursday, 50th August -Excursions to the Derwent and Wyo Valleos, The Butterley Company, Charuwoed Yoceat, and Beiir Castle. I Newstead Abbey will be open to visitors during the Meet- ing of the Association, except on Saturday, the 25th, and Sunday, Subscribers-only content

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    basely slandered and, I am sure, perfectly innocent people. From the year 1800 to 1819 I was engaged at Newstead Abbey, and had daily opportunities of seeing Lord Byron while he was there, and of knowing as much or more Subscribers-only content

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    cisms. Of Byron, for instance, we are told how he was in the habit of " occasionally retiring to Newstead Abbey, and waking the echoes of that ancient pile with nights of jollity," and how " his muse had much Subscribers-only content

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    and when absent exchanged correspondence. The first letter from Byron to Hodgson that has been preserved is dated from Newstead Abbey, November 3, i8o8. About a fortnight later the poet's favourite dog " Boatswain" died, and the fact is at Subscribers-only content

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    which enquired into the details relating to the death, ti Cambridge, of Mr. Algernon Frederick Webb, the heir b, Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshliri. Deceased hail shot himself with a revolver. A correspondemet says that when Lady Lonsdale i married, she will, Subscribers-only content

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    of foot-and- cc 0e mouth disease has taken place ont the Grange Farm, r, belonging to Mr. Webb, near Newstead Abbey. Northr , Notts. Fifty-three head of cattle and pigs are affected. Twenty-four animals have already been slauqghtered. r-NDrPENDEN'1T ORDER Subscribers-only content

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    and Waterloo. officer, Colonel Thomas Wildman, late of the 7th Hassars, which took place unexpectedly at his resi- dence, Newstead Abbey, near Nottingham, on the morn- ing of Tuesday, the 20th instant. The kindness and liberality with which, as owner Subscribers-only content

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    Tour on the Prairies," pub- lished in 1835. This was followed in the same year by " AbbotEfoid and Newstead Abbey," and " Legends of the Conquest of Spain." . In 1836 he published "Astoria," and in the following year Subscribers-only content

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    Oxford, which took place at his residence in Stanhope Street, Hyde Park Gardens, on Monday last. NEWSTEAD ABBEY.-Yesterday morning, Newstead Abbey, the home of Lord Byron, was offered for sale at the Auction Mart, by Mr. J. Ma. Pott, of Subscribers-only content

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