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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sake of his country,: would desire 'that the minds of her youth, her future Alfreds and Sidneys anud Russells and Bacons and Shahkspeares, should be so trained and nurtured. To such an one, who can feel all that is glorions Subscribers-only content

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    nine o'clock, their Lordsbiips- avigg ta!,i illeir seats on the Benclt:,. and .J, Bacons i, tount, J. Tuir- ofe, E. 'l'srtnr, J. Onfion, .. Mackessick, German Butoll 'and 3; Lebher, were put to the bar. Ml. eitqsA then hInsbhlvrymvetl -their Subscribers-only content

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    Miles, George Milward, Nicholas Rocl, Edward Sampson, jun., Robert Van- sittart, Samuel Whittuck, and Matthew Wood, Esqs. LasBox, OCT. 17.-Brigadier Bacons, late of the Queen's Lancers (absent on twelve months' leave), and Lieut.- Colonel Shaw (absent on sir months'leave), and Subscribers-only content

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    and the Raleighs- the strength and graces of her throne-is recalled beside the crawling presence and cold lip-service of the Bacons and Cecils. It is impossible to read it without deep emotion. MUSICAL EXAMINER. REHEARSAL OF A NEW OPERA. A Subscribers-only content

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    most fertile field for quotations illustrative of Bacon's snacmner ; but the theological and historical works must be taken in combination with them, to afford a clear insight into his modes of thought. Bacon's method of ap- prehending truths was Subscribers-only content

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    In the maxims of the Hara-mal, there was so much of the spirit of the moral philosophy of the Shakspeares, Bacons, Franklins, and.Benthams, that were he to read some sentences of those authors promiscuously with some of the moral code Subscribers-only content

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    this subject: More is in question than the value of rival biographies. The value of no less a thing than Bacon's great bequest to the next ages,-the memory of his life, his words, his thoughts,-depends upon their being faithfully reported Subscribers-only content

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    MURDERS. On Wednesday, Thomas Fuller Bacons and Martha Bacon, his wife, I were brounht from 1iorsernonger-lane gaol to the Lambeth police- court for further examination. The male prisoner was first brought into court, and led to the felons' dock, where Subscribers-only content

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    Store IttEEP ansi LAMBS. ind 40 Grand Fat OXEN and Heifers. are COWS aid CALVE,9, DOWaN-CALVEId. BARRENS, .STEEi8, and ,TIRKlCS. Bacons. Porket, and Siore PIGS. Sale. 'with the Pigs, at 12 o'clock to the minute. 074 Cblpin" C0miaden Stock Sal-WE Subscribers-only content

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    of J M , 00 Fat and Store SHEEP and LAMS. g8 45 Rlead -of Fat and Store CATTLE. tol,- Bacons, Porket, and Stre PIS. 192 Sale with tile Pic at i'EU-patI 92. . . . 675 SALES BY AUCTION. Subscribers-only content

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    50 Fat and Store SHEEP and ILAMeBo.I (But W0 Grand Fat OXEN sad HElPERS, BARRENS, STEERS., STIRNS, and DAIRY STOCK. Bacons, Porket, and Storm PIGGlu dale, with the Pigs, at 12 dclock. 622 Gltb rfH E COVENTRY PUBLIC CATTLE SALES Subscribers-only content

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    Y 460 Fat and Store SHEEP and LMBS. 60 Gread rat OXEN and HEIFERlS. BARRFNS, STEERS, STIJRiS, nnd DAIRY STOCa. Bacons, Porket, and Store PIGS. dale, with the Pigs, at 12 ooloisk. 622 . . E COVENTRY PUBLIC CATTLE SALES Subscribers-only content

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    82 rime Fat and Store SHEEP And LAMbS i o to- 10 Ban, Poret add Store PIGS, inludg- 3 Capital Bacons and JO good Forke: . km. Ssvoral useful:.Wo9$ES and COLTS. W s .5 COwt, of good Enjltsh CHEESE. . Subscribers-only content

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    MONDAY, Deleenbey J.e Present Entry:-De '31 Grand Fot BASTS, fedsceesssly forthis market. 250 Splondid S lEEP, mostly Wethere. _O Cholfce Bacons andi Pocket PIGS._ i XJEISI SMI3TFC ELD.-GreaXT Co RISTMAS * ALE of TDI 120 Grand rat CATTLE, ucneastnug ofripe Subscribers-only content

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    by Auctioli- Gcc .L.L 153] Fat and Store SHEEP. - T 30 Head of Fat and Store C ATTLE,. 'knc Bacons, Pocket, and Store PIGS. Yoc Salle _with the _Pigs 011 o'locke. .* 610 bce, WEDNIISDAY NE XT, Icocemboy 127.-ByActo. Subscribers-only content

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    185 Prlme Fat and Store Wi"EElP. Cans EWES and LAMBS. 6 [ON. 26 FYk LAABS, 2Fatand StoreBEASTS. Fnt CALVES. 150 Bacons, Pcrket, and Store PIGS. Salo at 2 o'clock, with the rigs. 986 W-olverhamlrton Weekly:Stolei Sale.-TO.Mhl'ROW (Wednesday), 345 lESESRS. NOCK Subscribers-only content

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    yastbo Mil, ablout P 8 i mrover to the sabve; maust unsdertostan homses. (lioad opportunity to learn tiade.-Aptply, A. Sates, Bacons Corer, Batrton- Ad on-Trent. net' oilci767 tO TETIR.-wtrttad, acieyuh Iastglitosrledge of town. .[ Thowsta White atid Cit.,. 92, Bish Subscribers-only content

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    isyrs Arineivela, 4 yes l'irate Kiln,, 4 yes Juliuis, 6 vr~s Water R at, 4 yrs O by Outfit-Ele. Lord Bacons, 6 yrc Gamecocie, 5 yes .onfora, 4 yes Redpath, aged Onrevt op leRueescNo.-Selling Steeisierasec, 12.45 ; MaiZden Burdle, 1.20 Subscribers-only content

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    Will Sell by Awticoo- - H. 360 Fat and Store SHEEP. M 55 Head of Fat and Store CATTLE. P Bacons, Porkets, and Store PIGS. hi Sale with the Pigs at Twelve o'clock 5 Horse and Carriage Repoitory Wood Street, Subscribers-only content

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    W. L. Smith, D' .rioll~lF' s; Fc c1 ":lxorvlir T r' n -7 T.E I., SS. n-it'-114 mincluding omoe choice Bacons. 00.r.1.0O O.. ti r;.etos t-. n ns res'e ta ly B t,-1ited. --Su_.T. MES. Auctionneer, P.edditrb. S~Ar.i: t" 'VI'DNIySD;,Y Subscribers-only content

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