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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDUCATIONAL. pI11vIL-Tho HIGH SCJOOL~ ConduActd by KlCL1T.iifK IC. I.3. INtpct wit-h iiformeitcot, j PI"ftt0 o pu is.115lliOif 1:0'f.-oico. a4Lto tindiy perrat~e Li IfhlA.lVAIIJY. 'q,;%., iolo onritoi ~Lxra.if,.1r.10ct ,I -,I.4iictifr 13 i nirtizglintn I haiiv In.,'i consoroi ufti of ohlrf,"iilli Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Antrims ; James Bru'e, .IP., 'Il*rlJh't S. hitlghsmn, J.1'.. fGlen':hinne, CoG ' xt Pv Greer. J.P., \Aotanl;illo, (Jeaumitv Ar:na-''h St Ford Hutchinson, J.p.. Strica min I3 .- ,c Antrim ; James Mate'C-ho, 1).L.. 3':ce'tt I L. llaitrpiinson .1.2., raic lfaust, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PEASE. (From tiie Fifeshire Journal.) St Ford Cottage, Elie, llth Nov., 1845. Sir- The changes have been so rung of late upon bad potatoes that I solicit a column of your valuable paper tor a report of the result of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SCOTLAND. The Earl of Eglintou has presented the poor of the parish of Kilwinning, through the Rev. Mr Sime, with a donation of 100 loads of coal. An old man named Ure, who was severely in- jured on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE WHOLESALE SMUGGLING CASE The four men, Adolphe Silversteiu, H. Goldstein, and B. Goldstein, father and son, and T. Woolf, were charged, on remand, at Worship Street Police Court, London, yesterday with smusgling a ton of tobacco. Mr Macklin, Subscribers-only content

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