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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    more extensive allowance should be made for the dictates of conscience." THE LAST OF THE UMFREVIrvES.-The beautiful ruins of Prudhoe Castle, with their surrounding scenery on the south side of the river Tyne, have always been ob- jects of interest Subscribers-only content

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    and was not subsequently afloat. In 1816 he was created a peer by the title of Baron Prudhoe, of Prudhoe Castle, a barony which becomes extinct by his death. He passed many years in travelling abroad, ani for a long Subscribers-only content

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    down with her. The sur- vivors, who worn takes on board Colstrup, were sub- sequentlv transferred to the the Prudhoe Castle, aud landed at Dover. The Cobtrup, which was damaged, Proceeded to London. A Reuter's telegram from New York states Subscribers-only content

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    but without avail. Sromlrxae-Edinbnrgh (ss), outward bound, Slav 4I, lat, 45 11 N., long. 8 29 W., by the Prudhoe Castle (s), at Palmeseth. H-ebo, Dutch ship, from Rangoon far Falmouth, March 290 off the South Andaman, by thre iMadras Subscribers-only content

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    vessels are preparing for Bea hete-The Timesah (B.), for Gmeoa and, Odessa; Diare, Jonasson, for New York and Eiivanua;. Prudhoe Castle (8.), Hendemson, for Revel anad Cronustadt. The Commodore, Jones, for Cronstadt (ca1), wvi~h put beak, to this port 10th Subscribers-only content

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