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    the elevation of his Excellency Sir Frederick Lamb, our ambassador at Vienna, to the peerage, by the title of Baron Beauvale, and the promotion of Ljord Ponsonby, our ambassador at the Porte, to the dignity of a Viscountcy. These promo. Subscribers-only content

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    Ambassador Extraordinary to Vienna, and the heirs male of his body lawfully begotten, by the name, &c., of Baron Beauvale, of Beauvale, Nottingham.- Last Night's Gazette. The Dublin Evening Post concludes its partial report of the great Dublin meeting referred Subscribers-only content

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    Five Powers had as yet, however, come to no decision, that decision being i the hands of Count Figuelment, Lord Beauvale, and .1 de St Aulaire, the Minister and Envoys of the Powers at Vienna. It is understood that M. Subscribers-only content

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    present Earl of Antrim. tin the 25th ult. at the chapel of the English Embassv at Vienna, his Excellency Lord Beauvale, her Britannic Majes- ty's Ambassador to the Court of Austria, to Mademoiselle die Maltzaho, daughter of the Prussian Ambassador Subscribers-only content

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    in the streets through which she had to pass, and at the Bellaria, where she alighted. 'Irho beauty of Lady Beauvale was much admired, as well as the splendid equipages, and the rich liveries in the old English style. Lord Subscribers-only content

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    T-N CONTINENTAL POLITICS. (From oar EL Correspondent.) SPAIN AND FRANCE. Are free and constitutional countries more quar- relsome than despotic ones? We fear they are very much so when young. Fortunately we know from ourselves that long habits of Subscribers-only content

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    historic gravity worthy of the theme. The Emperor, it ap- pears, hearing that the noble Marquis bad applied to Lord Beauvale for an introduction, desired him to come alone. Such a marked remembrance, he owns, surprised him. Recovering the pleasant Subscribers-only content

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    arrived from the British embassy at Paris, on a visit to Viscount Melbourne. the Dowager Lady Holland, Lord and Lady Beauvale, &c., have also been on a visit to the noble ex-Premier. It is currently reported that the Duke of Subscribers-only content

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    by his tenants, Viscount Melbourne was on Sunday morning attacked by symptoms which caused considerable alarm to Lord and Lady Beauvale, who were staying with him at the time. Viscount and Viscountess Palmerston, being 0 town, instantly departed for Brocket. Subscribers-only content

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    the benefit of all nations." On Sunday the following personages joined the royal circle at dinner:-Viscount Melbourne, Lord and Lady Beauvale, Mr Anson, Sir James Clark, Lord and Lady John Russell, and Lord Ellenborough. DEPARTURE OF HIS MAJESTY. On Monday Subscribers-only content

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    ess Palinerston had, in consequence of the dangerous illness of his lordship, repaired to Brocket hall, where Lord and Lady Beauvale had previously arrived from Derbyshire; and the Hon. Mrs George Lamb and Miss Cuyler assembled at the hall to Subscribers-only content

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    title of his'eldest brother, William, the former prime minister, lie was elevated to the peerage, under the title of Lord Beauvale, in consideration of his diplomatic services, for which he had also a pension of 1,7001. a year, which now Subscribers-only content

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    time." Born in Paris, in 1836, she is educated for twestage at t teConservatoire. 8he is a pupil I of Beauvale. She appears at, the Gymnase in 1855, and fails there. She appears at the Vaudeville soon afterwards and fails Subscribers-only content

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    inamatch, atthe Newmarket First October Meeting; but the Judge placed him last for ahandicap at the next meeting, won by Beauvale, and he was beaten off for the Prendergast Stakes also: so that there is a poor chance of his Subscribers-only content

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    ex) *Columbirne Arrogante A SwxErerTAKES of 100 sOVe eaeh, h ft, for three-yeor-olds colts 8St 101b, fillies Set 61b. D.M. Beauvale * *Cerlntha Escape o 1 The PoRT STAKE;Z of 100 sovs each, h *t, for four-year-olds; colts, 8st 101b; Subscribers-only content

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    Alchymist I Gamekeeper Phy'alis colt, 3yra Alabamaz Garotter,- Physalis filly, 4 yrs Almack Highland Plpef Perquisits llarbad6es ' Ireton Practitioner Beauvale i Iphigenia Polynesia Cayslier Little Go Public Opinion Concordia Little Star Folder Corroborater.r' Leetard Quarantine Cherior ' , .Loose Subscribers-only content

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    Golden Pledge Necromancer Zetland AeniTIONAL AlbVLRvAo.9-higs Julia, Spicebor rsnger, MO11 gherry, National Guard, Donnybrook Phys^,lis colt, RVId Rhone, Adventurer, Erin-go-Bragh, Beauvale, Clarion, Goldea Dust, Surbiton. Hill, Torn Fool, Sycophant, Suburban, Tambeva Major, Prince Plausible, Loiterer, Vandervelde, Blckenlisnm. SiRATCuIoNn FOR; T1lii Subscribers-only content

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    Astley's Atheratope, C yrs .F F rdham 0 isr. 1f. Savills's Buckonham, 4 yrs .......... Goater 0 I lord Glasgow's Beauvale, 3 yrs ................ Doyle 0 Mr. Spencer's Blackdown, 3 yrs . ,, . Hibberd 0 Mr. W. Robinson's Stoekownur. Subscribers-only content

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    engagements; at 0.50 p.m., Emily de Lens, out of Epsom engagements, Gardeners -Daughter, out of the Oasi; at 1.40 pam., Beauvale andD ocut of Drakee dam out of the Derby, all Lord Glasgow's Aillies, except the Brown Bess Ailly, out Subscribers-only content

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    snd a half iS1 gabls. Curie Leotard (paid) Selina Gobelins (paid I Clarior (SIb) r by Cannobie - Lady Lang- Beauvale (A1) ton (paid) .Tasseel) Automaton (dead) *Jerry (Sib) 0 by Chevalier d' Induatrie Vivo la ReDine (Sib) Pycrha (,dead) Subscribers-only content

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