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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Judas Maccabeus (Handel), Creation (Haydn), Eear my Prayer (Mendeleshon), Stabat )(ater (Bossdni). Tachwedd yr 22ain, 1877, rhodd. O U I~meyard (Batson), Y Tylwyth Teg (D Emlyn i,~) n; a bydd y gvmdeithas yn rhoddi Mawrth y , 1878, Elijah (Mrndelsshon), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hours. They were hbth buried in one grave. O.n Thursday, at his father's hnose, at Upnood, DOI' setshire, E. 1). Batson, Esq. banker, Lombard.twrect Pritited and publslied byi ,Tost Nh uTr, at the Ex if IT E R Oflioe, li, Subscribers-only content

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    DRURY-LANE.-To-morrow, the Merchant of Venice. Shylock, Hr. Kean. With-the 'Ballet of the Roisignol. And the Pantomime.- Tuesday, Der Freischhitr.-Ash.Wednesday, no performance.-Thurssdy, Hosa- niello, the Fisherman of Naples.-Friday, the Oratorios will commence. COVENT-GARDEN.-To-morrow, Der Freischutz. And the Pantomirne.-Tuesday, the Belle's Subscribers-only content

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    IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. rrHE PATENT METALLIC SHARPENER, for Razors, Surgical j. Instruments, Penknives, &c. Invented by T. A Kniaht, Esq., President of the Horticultural Society} and, by his permission, Manufactured by R. l{IYNTLEY, Optician, to be had only at his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Young Joseph DowSon Johis Lilley George Julian Christ. Richardson Christ. Richardson J. D. Bond Charles Graydon T. S. Williams Alfred Batson F. G. Richardson J. Robertson ThomasVesper B. Biggs W. J. Brown D. Dunbar and Son Thomas Key Henry Dewdney Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the parties render it necessary hereafter, when the specified contingencies shall have oc- curred:-- Batson, Isabella, 1031._to be suspended during the life of her husband, Mr Batson. Wellesley, Marchioness, 3001.-to be suspended during the life of the Marquis Wellesley. Croker, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    many painful reflections. Hle was taken from the bank to the police-office, in the Manors, and placed before Messrs Dunn, Batson, and Potter, the magistrates. The police here made a statement as to the susicions entertained concerning him, for the Subscribers-only content

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    and Eyre, I Bedford row. J, Woedn. Be:l's`buillins. Salisbtiry square, feather merchant. J t.itbaet, lted Liou 4qtarir, Holborni, W. S Batson, J. Wilson, and J. Langhorn, Berwick-upon- Tweed, bankers. [Meggison and Co. King's road, Bedford row. R. Drake, Bristol, engraver. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the schedule.-John Walker, the opposing creditor, a job-master in Hanover street, deposed that a gentleman, who gave his name as Batson, had contracted for a carriage and pair of horses.to go to the hotel de France, in Gerrard street, for Subscribers-only content

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    XV. White, J. Wilkins, J. Willow, J. Witt, G. Young. Died of Wounds-Corporal T. Runyard; Drummer J. King; Privates E Batson, WV. Crosston, T. Dee, J. Dilmore, J. Fleet, J. Jordan, G. Sar0on, W. Smith (of Nottingham), T. Ward, J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bedford row. J. B. Cooke and G. Shaw, Denton, Lancashire, hat manufacturers. [Clarke and Co. Lincoln's-inn fields. J. and W'. Batson, Dudley Port, Stafford, tronmasters. [Motteram and Knowles, Bitmiseghem. J. Alexander, Yeovii, Somersetshdre, druggist. [Treherme and Co. BargeyardL chambers. Jane Subscribers-only content

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    and B. Eyton, Northumberland street, Strand; navy agents-December 22, D. Lees, Wednesbery, Staffordshire, coach iron work manufacturer-January 5, J. . Batson and Son, Dudley Port, Staffordshire firon masters-January 11, B. Moody, jun. Frome Seilood, Somersetshire, ironfounder-Janrmry 7, E. Shute, Bristol, Subscribers-only content

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    Co. Breintree, Chelmoford, bankers; as far as regards W. IWalford, jun.-J. Charlesworth and H. Spencer, Ardwick, Lanncashire, stone- masons-Moyle and Batson, Whralloy, Lancesbiro, cotton spinners-T. Palmer, R. Green, W. Towrner, J. Butt, and W. Palmer, Brighton. ironmongers; as far as Subscribers-only content

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    Capt. Sibley, A.C.G.; Capt. Briggs, 71st N.I. ; Lieut. Waterfield, 23rd N.I. ; Capt. Grindall, 8th N.I. Medical Departmncit-Surgeons Tritton, Batson, and Mactier. Ordnance Department-Capt. J. Young, commissaryof ordnance. Pay Department-Capt. Tytler, 3Sth NAI., in charge of military chest. Baggage Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Baron Dimsdale-On the 22nd, HP R Gill, J-aq, to Maryanne, daughter of the late Mr Gash-On the 27th, 11 Batson, Esq, to Gertrude, daughter of the Right Hon 1H Corrvy, 31 P. DEATHS.-On the 24th, at Kensington, in her Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. George A. Shreasl; I i\nchereds" Mr. B. Rateliffe; ansd the duet, "The no Woon hathlRaised" (Benedict), by Messrs. Shread and en Batcliffe. The violoncello accompanimsasts and solo, by he Mr, C. R. T, Batson, were very cleverly perforued, . Subscribers-only content

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    at this port, has been asked by the tGovernment to resign5 on the ground of having allowed the American schooner Batson to tranship tish in bond on December 7 last, which case has been referred to by the American Consul-General Subscribers-only content

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    to lt-actl shaolrsiioist's l;usaneris.-IOQ, N e Stre t. c2211 I 1ON-TRADI-.-iureacmanau Wanted, for day turn, in lost. siDl- Apply to Batson aidl Katcliff, Ainchor Ironw,orks,_SmeUtiwiek,ell2 R'tOIMOON GEL-WVanted, a young Maon as Lmaprovertothealove. It-St.atc full particulars to Arthux Sm3ith, Ironmtonger, 11igh Subscribers-only content

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    27,- COLMOR~F ROTV. - TO RE SOLD BY AUCTION. TPY 2&". GRIMLEY & SON (by direction of -" Mr. 0. Batson, rapier-msacbd and Japanned Goods Diann- factureri -tFo: 3, Hospital Strkoet5 Birinlogham, who is relinquish- ing the Blusiness), at Pronmises, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Saturday last, before Sir F. E. Scott, Thomas B anll, Thomas Bodington, and J. Sharp, Esqrs., Messrs. Hartland an Batson, of the Anchor Iron Works, were summoned by a man named John Edwards, formerly In their employ as engineer Subscribers-only content

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