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    youngest danghter of Thomas Hill, Esq., North Brixton. On the 4th inst. at St Luke's, Richard C. Harvey, Fsq., Rush Hill, Wandswor h, to Hannab, youngest daughter of Thoams Tegg, EHq., Norwood Hill Lodge, Norwoo l, Surrey. On the l1th Subscribers-only content

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    a little champagne after every spoonful. TIeErE MEN SUFFOCATED NEAR BATH.-On Wednes- clay monning, a dreadful occurrence happened at Rush Hill, ni place situated about two miles from Brth, which involved the sacrifice of three lives. It appears that ai Subscribers-only content

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    Gloucester, major. genoral RICHARD NICHOLAS, Brlidgnorth, Salop, painter. CHARLES LEON WILSIIRS, 2, WIlloughby Park Road, Tottenbam, Middlesex. ALICE LOVE, Rush Hill, Lyncomuco, Bath, Somerset, widow. JOHN RICHARD PACKARD, Greta Hall, Keswick, Cumber. land, gentlemen, now of Eye, Suffolk. THE OVERCROWDING Subscribers-only content

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    spinner Schofield Edward, Springhouse, Saddle- D worth, schoolmaster Sykes Jabez, Valley Cottage, Saddle- Di [at worth, grocer Shaw Hannah, Rush Hill, nusr Upper Ds r Mill. Saddleworth, widow Sbaw Mlary, Furlane, Saddleworth, spin- D ster D r Shackleton Thomas, Boarshurst, Subscribers-only content

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    by es ' of their eniesaies down the hill. TO thseit ,fl~etita p rprgs. - On the west ot Rush Hill are " Weeifallwoods," ddkeivadd rfrom the Saxon words denotieg waste, ravage, and 3 violence0. Again, we have " Tamokerdales,"1 Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Muihall. of B Fle. I e In other classes of hunters there were amongst 5s Tthe txhibittrs--JOio Devenisb, Rush Hill, Diru- 44 mImna; .Joeph Klempsion, Riacecourse. lI.uct nd-rry; of 0 itolmrt N. -att, tuidysburn, elfast ; James anS Ra Subscribers-only content

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    Cottages, Odd Down, Bath) recovered, and went back to her work. She says that a Mrs. Watts, living on Rush Hill, a neighbouring hamlet, having read in the papers of the wondesful reeults achieved all over England by Dr. Williarns' Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. olobert Tumbleson, Belfast, to Martlha, secoud i daughter of Mr. John Graham, Milltown, Banubridge. DEATHS. Davenish-Moarchi 13. st Rush Hill, County Roscommoss, Ro.bert Davenish, Esq., sged 80 years. Ferpseen-lhercll 10, at Brooldyn, New York, U.S., after a short illiess, Subscribers-only content

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    and even more fatal charac ter occurred at Rush Hill, a village near Bath In the latter case a man named Scott had contracted to sink a well at Rush Hill, and a fortnight since he dis- covered evidences of Subscribers-only content

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    Wednesday morning, a catastrophe, resulting in the deith of three men, and the narrow escape of another, occurred at Rush Hill, a hamlet about two miles from Bath. There was a suspicion of foul air in a well at which Subscribers-only content

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    DUNDEE HIGH SCHOOL. The monthly meeting of the Directors of tbe High School was held yesterday - ex-Provost Kobcrtson in the chair. GOVERNMENT INSPECTION. The meeting considered the circular from ihe Scotch Education Department regarding the inspec- tion of Subscribers-only content

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    OUR LONDON LETTER. MU GLADSTONES MANIFESTO- THE NEW CABINET- CO VEKNMENT WHIPS-11E- TUBN OF SIB T. BKASSEY AND MB I'AKNELL- SEW PEEKS AND PAEONETS -THE BANQUET BY THE PEINCE OF I WALES- SANITARY CONDITION OF ! SANDEINGHAM- ENGLISH OPKfcLA. Subscribers-only content

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    SOCIAL AND COMPLIMENTARY PRESENTATION.- Last night the draughtsmen cterks and foremen met in the drawing office of Camperdown Shipyard to do honour to Mr Robert M'lntosh, draughtsman, who is leaving for Grange- mouth. Mr A. B. M«Nidder, in a Subscribers-only content

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    TERRIBLE DKATH OF A RAILWAY" PASSrNOER. THE CONSEQUENCE OF LEANING OUT OF THE WINDOW. Among the passengers on the Midland night ex- press from Scotland were the servants of a family in Bryanston Square, London. They occupied two adjoining Subscribers-only content

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    SENSATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIAL IN EDINBURGH. HOUSEBEEAIQNG AND MURDER. THE BURGLARIES IN DUNDEE. HEAVY SENTENCE A sitting of the High Court of Justiciary took place in Edinburgh yesterday. Lord Young presided, and the Solicitor-General and Mr C, N. Johnston, advocate-depute, Subscribers-only content

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    DUNDEE PEOPLE S P Last night an entirely new •• r_-__. ul » appeared at the People's Palace. -a large attendance, anti from star: '•• programme the efforts of the peftbi : ten emm met with hearty approbation. Highleys Subscribers-only content

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    GERMANY. H-Jf-cnu, December 20. The Austrian troops, intended to be stationed here, continue to arrive. Advices received from Stockholm state that th* telegram ot the Faedrealam.lt, announcing that Scan- dinavian troope wiUUssot to Denmark, isunfcunded. . 4t^Do»k>„-tm-_l__s«, December 20. Subscribers-only content

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    The reported death of Earl Powlett ia unfounded. By the fire in Milk Street, Cheapeide, tha loaa in Msaohcwtat aad other warehouse* ia eathnated at upwards of £100,000. Tbe Shipping Gazette's city article states, the loaa to the insuranca Subscribers-only content

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    «r^^?t tD^Z 1C! ? I^AU ; BIW, T «* AasociATiow.-A circular has been issued by the licensed victuallers ft Jr£ 4 ° n ' »°«!3SFM th * formation of an asaoc ia- £££ aZS&'^i? 1 * *"?>"> ™ wtttra Subscribers-only content

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    PROFESSOR TYNDALL'S LECTURE TO WORKING MEN. MATTER AND FORCE. Last night the Kinnaird Hall was crowded almost to suffocation by an audience of working men, who had assembled together to hear a lecture addressed specially to themselves by the Subscribers-only content

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