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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ABERTAWE A'R CYLCH0EDD. Seiat GyfTredinol -Nos Fawrtb, Hydref 18fedi yn ysgoldv y Cruglas, cynhaliwyd y cyntaf o sei. adan misol y tymor. Traethwyd ar y testyn gosod- edig, "Gostyngeiddrwydd," gan yv blaenor a'r llenor adnabyddus Pabeliwyson. Cafwyd rhydd-. ymddiddan Subscribers-only content

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    prove successful. Most of those which I have just mentioned, but particularly the '.magnificent chlurches of St Augustin and St Catherine, have nothing but tie bare walls standing, and the splejidid libraries and valuable paintings have beet ,reduced to ashes. Subscribers-only content

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    Queen Victoria on her accession to the throne, and to deliver to her the ribbon of the Order of St Catherine. General Mansurow, it is said, will go to Hanover, to convey to King Ernest Augustus the congratulations of the Subscribers-only content

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    the trumpet shall sound on the tower,' was deservedly encored with scclamationos. The religious music in the chapel of St Catherine is in a grand and solemn ecclesiastical style. The rmost beautiful Morceaze, in our apprehension, is the trio, I Subscribers-only content

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    to read heretical works."' Mr Turnbull and his companion subsequently passed through Laybach, Is tria, Adelsberg, the caverns of St Catherine and Magdalena, and other interesting spots among the mountains of Carniola, until they arrived at Trieste, whence they made Subscribers-only content

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    of Leignitz, the wife of his father; and the Empress of Russia had admitted her into the order of St Catherine. NAPLEs -Letters from Naples, of the 31st ult., are filled with brilliant descriptions of the fetes of St Ferdi- Subscribers-only content

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    EXCISE OFFICE, OLD BROAD STREST, STH MARCH, 1842. OR SALE, by order of the Hoisourable the Comr F mnissioners of her Majesty's Excise Revenue, in a specious Room at the Chief Office, Old Broad street, on WEDNESDAY, :1Oth MARCH, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by several of the clergy of the diocese. It is a handsome structure, in the Gothic style, situated in the parish of St Catherine, about 200 yards from the donor's residence, and five miles from the village of Twy- ford. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    73 " The Rape of Europa," Guido, 550 guineas, bought by SIr Norton. Lot 175, " The Martyrdom of St Catherine," Guercino, 300 guineas, bought by Mr Farrer. Lot 176, "The Village Inn," J. Ostade, from the collection of Lucien Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parties." JERsEr HARBOUR-It is finally determined that the government harbour of safety shall be constructed in the Bay of St Catherine. DEATH OF A DIPLOMATIST. -His Excellency Francesco Carboni, the Senior Diplomatist at the Court of Sweden, died at Stockholm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the undersigned, having very recently visited the island of Jersey, and having minutely inspected the bays of Bouley and St Catherine, and having observed, with much surprise, that the latter has been selected as a site for a harbour of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oasis of WADY FEIRAN, and the neighbouring moimtaie, the SERBAL. The work also embraces notices of the Convent of St Catherine, Mount Hor, and the extraordinary City of Petra Illustrated with Twenty-seven Engravings on Steel, a Map. and numerous Woodeuts. Subscribers-only content

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    of WAD)Y FEIRAN, and the neighbouring mountain, the SER13 AL. Trle work also embraces notices of the Convent of St Catherine, ldount Hor, and the extraordinary City of Petra Illustrated with Twelnty-seven Engravings on Steel, alMap, and numerous Woodcuts. London: Subscribers-only content

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    of WADY FEIRAN. and the neighbouring mountain, the SERB AL. The work also embraces notices of the Convent of St Catherine, Mount Hor, and the extraordinary City of Petra7 Illustrated with Twenty-seven Engravings on Steel, 0Map, and numerous Woodouts. London: Subscribers-only content

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    oasis of WYADY MEIRAN. and the nleighbouring mountain, the SERBAL. The work also embraces notices of the Convent of St Catherine, Mount Hor, and the extraordinary City of Petra. Illustrated with Twenlty-seven Engravings en Steel, a Map. and numerous WVoodeuts. Subscribers-only content

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    may mention in connection with these, two pictures of similar size by Mr O'Neil, I St Cecilia' and ' St Catherine,' which have great beauty of expression, especially the last. Mr Linnell's landscape in the large room, the ' Flight Subscribers-only content

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    with a Frontispiece, Cs. III . TOURNAL of SUM3MER-TIME in the 53 COUNTRY. By P.. A WeuLsIOTT, Incumbent of St Catherine, Bearwood. GOVERNESS LIFE: its Trials. Duties, G'and En ouragegmoents. By tbeAuthor of 'Aids to De- velopment,' kc. Iondon. John Subscribers-only content

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    octavo. With a Frontispiece, 5s. A JOUTRNAL OF SUIMER TIME IN THE COUNTRY. By R. A. WILLMOTT, Incumbent of St Catherine, Bearwood. Ss. THE INTRODUCTORY LECTURES DELIVERED AT QUEEN'S COLLEGE, LONDON, WV. S. Bennett, R1ev. S. Clark, 10ev. C. Kingsley, Subscribers-only content

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    of WADY FERtAN, and the neigh- bouring mountain, the SERBAL. The Work also embraces notices of the Convent of St Catherine, Mount Hor, and the extraordinary city of Petra. London: A. Hall, Virtue and Co. 25 Paternoster row. Third Edition, Subscribers-only content

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    oasis of WADY FEIRAN, and the neighbouring mountain, the SERBAL. T'ea Work also embraces Notices of the Convent of St Catherine, Mount tier, and the extra. ordinary city of Petra. London: A. PlaII, Virtue, ondl Co. 25 Paternoster row. Third Subscribers-only content

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