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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adeg i ddadleu ei benderfyniad yn y ffurf s gyfnewidiedig. Ond cyn i'r atebiad gael ei a roddi cododd Ardalydd Bartington i egluro i' nad oedd un cyd-ddealltwriaeth rhwng yr y aelod anrhydeddus droi Hackney a blaenor- - iaid y Subscribers-only content

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    ar y bwrdd :gopi .o'r pro- clamasiwn, yr hyn a "rthododd. Yn ddi- weddaf gofynodd Mr. Fawpe t i Ardalydd Bartington a fyddai iddo arfer ei ddylanwad er c.,el-dadi ar y penderfyniad yrhoddasai efe rybudd a hono. Dywedai yr Arweinydd Subscribers-only content

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    gan Mr. Gladstonc(oymeradwyaoth hirfaith se uohel). Nis gallwn gael arweinydd mwy ardderchog (clywck, elywoh). Mae genyf bob ymddiried yn Ardalydd Bartington. Nid yw fy ngyrfa seneddol wedi bod and byr; oto, 70 ynt d yr yohydig wythuosaa yr wyf wedi Subscribers-only content

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    a' r ri dfoa y rhan t on" ihioa-i 'aii 'c afod' el baiar yn unfrvdnl. it;8 ~i l*4b'ryfodadd Aglydid "Bartington, a o hyf- b. roh~did o f aw; dry onl hzdgoflo 'i ddeehren am y li beijbynaa agosa fodolai Subscribers-only content

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    Surrey, fruiterer. J. Lucas, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, postmaster. J. Lowe, Bridport Harbour, Dorsetsbire,lientenant iathenavy. G. Webb, Winterbourne, Gloucestershire. cooper. G. Furnival, Bartington, Cheshire, coal agent. G. Egerton (otherwise G. Egerton Anderton), Liverpool, theatrical manager. April 28, C. Evans, Wbitechapel road, potato Subscribers-only content

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    twelve over 'hi44plxopeit,'Mr- Harveiy. " ' i h' iail de Grey-is appoitnted zthenevwSecetetryfor-War. 'Hissuccessor in thre Under- Secretarysliip'is the.Mdrquit 'of Bartington. -Mr Stais- feld~ M P. fot Halifax, succeeds Lond 11,rtingtion at'the Admiralty.* A ni meeiing coitvened by~ the i!ayor Subscribers-only content

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    }fellm an Joey Jones Calisbrook . Brilliant Dalcibella.. Avalanche Bally Edmond Investment Balhiam Doetoot The Monk,. King of Xent Flexmore,. Bartington Johnny Armetrong Bereby Head Cinierineo Ia rdener Ifrighton Cotda Charles Fox The Knave Portland .. Northern Light C(blre Arnie Subscribers-only content

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    3411h. at. l b Uh~ Zetland . 0 0 . ..i 7 C Caristrook- . S 8 L1.rd Sttanley7 0 Bartington 0I1 , Bnayasotle .,7 0 Desk.1S0Roltsnto ..70 Brighten . , 7 12 Darlington7 0 Earl of Surrsy.. 7 12 Subscribers-only content

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    .. 4 Dulcibella ,, a. G Avalanche . Bally Edmond . 5 King of Kent .. 6 Plexnuore .. 4 Bartington.. 4 Camerino. . 6 Gardener, , The Knavo.. 4 Ch2re Amio . lRenlham Lass . lPizarro 4 Dusk 4 Subscribers-only content

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    . 8 . 8 0 tfordO yrs . ... a 1 . - .. - .. - .. 8 2 Bartington, 4 yrs ........8I 12. - 12i2 7 9 Jeei ,yre . Ia... - .. -. I..a 6 a Attaman Subscribers-only content

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    Captain Grow 4 7 2. Adventurer 4 02 Stanton *.. 5 7 1 Haddington 4 812 Magnum Bonumn 4 011 Bartington 4 812 Rubicon .. 6 6t10 Millionaire. . 0 812 Conk Robin., 4 6D0 Ceriebrooke, . 4 810 Ivolina. Subscribers-only content

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    CVPOIoS SHXOOTING 0ASE.-&lfred Needham, farger,1lidge End, county of Stafford, found guilty, on 4aturday last, of unlawfully shooting Matthew Johnson, bsucer, Bartington, county of Derby, was brought up fox ,g~ce. His Lordship said it had been objected by the Wred counsel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lielatsd cmuld net be called a free country. * The soLiCITOR.GENERATL for InnLAND defended the statemient of the laiquis of Bartington. The question was that the Government could not in the present state of Ireland ,,ffnd to ,I-w uitlh - Subscribers-only content

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    Irrecteem- able Guaranteed Stoele, 004 ; Great Western, COnsoticiatedt, guaranteed 85 per centl., 1244, 41 1l24.il ; North-Eiastera, Stockton and Bartington. B and C, ai per cent., 146 ; ditto, West Hartle- peot, '190.-RIl~c Diotdcctad cocntingpeat oni lice Profits of0 Subscribers-only content

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    can move iln the matter, but meantime depart-i mental investigations may be carried on which will enable the Marq;uis of Bartington, as Secretary of State for India, to communicate the result to Parliament. The sin of wilful omission cannot fairly Subscribers-only content

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    midnlight 'wasted by his sham proposition as. to the business al of the session. Although the reply of Lo-d al Bartington left nothing to be desired by those I vho ap roved of his vigorous corndemnation of the el pr Subscribers-only content

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    beat Mir. Garwoond's Gracibus Sir. Cunnistghale ts Craig Hill beat Mr. Cradock's Christopher Mr. IlLetchison's Clyde Balrs beat Mr. Hyslop's Bartington Earl of Stair's Straight Tip beat Mr. Dunn's Dacre Sir. Percy's Bntsy beat Sir. Iletherington ns Clinlcimbell Sir. Crosby's Subscribers-only content

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    beets due to misfortune or to com- inercial dishonesty. WVhat he complained of was that both Nr, Gladstone andl L1orld Bartington had attributed to him that be charged Russia with dishonesty, he having dis- tiiietly said more thais once its Subscribers-only content

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    to thei maihisils or otiler lsroplcities (if the attlcesteirs of thle stelo, Tlies are sonic u-cil-bred reprcssistiitives if thie Oxford, Bartington, Wild Eyes, Wasterloo, tsvy1iiie, iKirleevingtomm, Usazecie, Midosc-l, 01l 1eaisy, (:haireier, Darlington, J., l've, Cherry Duchess lied 1ioso, ard other Subscribers-only content

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    etiectivclep He has since re- cpsed into thle background, vhither Ie "sports himself with unexpected content. ,e ivithdralial of Lord .Bartington and Mr. 'isamberlain froum the side of Irv Gladstolle has nsght up afreshl, in some circles, the question of Subscribers-only content

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