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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Street; eser'Pnghb Chithia iStreet.; wen Williams, a- Bodtle . ; : i a , ahes ter'.-Parch' T omas Gray,-32, Bignor btret,. v .Cheethim, MknchVstfr; M'Mr 'Rbert iLloyd 113," Brd" r ford Street,eManchester.'!'t A, /' , b.od-d'. aty~w 'r cynychrowri~l Subscribers-only content

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    Calfinaidd, Heywood St., Cheetham, Manchester, gan y Parch. Thomas Gray, gweinidog, Dr. Richard Griffith, Hyde (Caernarfon gynt), a Sosanah Price, Bignor St. Cheetham, merch ieuangaf y diweddar William Roberts, engineer, Astor House, Rhyl. GRIFFITHS--OWEN.-Ar y laf cyfisol, yn nghapel Anfield Subscribers-only content

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    ose of the HlolyFamlily, Ai~r squr by Siguer Gardoni. Overture, Lecraal Roosain." isilfonia in C miner, litethoven; Col- Certiso Contrahosso, Bignor Botlesini, Bottesisi. Overture, The anad Herr Pisehek-. llondnotor, Hrl Costa.-Doors eIpen at half-past Seven. Single tisckets, II. ls. .double Subscribers-only content

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    Signor COAMPI, Tbe Celebrlaoed Bufio, of Her Majeosty's Theatre (Ill l'irst Appearanco in Birmingham). Sole liano-forto .... Hrr KLOSS. eoeil'uceer.S Bignor FOSSI. elbls r l articularn in future announenmento. 606 (REAT WESTERN RAILWAY. W A 1R W I C K Subscribers-only content

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    Blrmingham), *MADAME LEMAIRE, SIGNOR GIUGLINI, SIGNOR GASSIER, AND SIGNOR ANDREOLI, The celebrated and first Pianist of the day. cov'ri't't10 .........,,,,.,.,.,.. BIGNOR ARDTI. Alto by the , hind and courteoun permission of Colonel Bentiack, the IRAND of the DRAGOON GUARDS will Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. E, X.WH ATSL4 in his great ENEOHAITED HASH " towing to his Londou engagemental. In eoaneecuenoe ot the almrnmaesueaefso Bignor OsA.LVINI. the diitirvuished Beritene on kiln lm appeaance in lEngland, the prritesr han, at abn entor~mo~tdus ~expese, s~ecuhred hisoc~h Subscribers-only content

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    CHANTRELL, and his extraordinary PUPILS, The elegant Ridely oreormers. SPLENDID DISPLAY OF FIREWORKCS, Concluding with en unparalleled Set Piece, and Bignor rEItSIANNI'S famous ANTIPODEAN PERFORBMANCE- The SYCAMORE AVENUE and the GROUNDS will be I L LU M I N A Subscribers-only content

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    EVENING CONCERT, TXIURSDA Y NEXT, Noverincr the 11°h, Vo, AIsII ' MADLLE. CARLOTTA PATTI, MADAME FANNY HUDDART, HERB REICHARDT, and BIGNOR 155ERRANTI (Baritone of the Grand Opera, La tfcala, Milan; Ban Car'os, Naples; and the principal Opera Houses of Italy). Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SAINTON.DOLBY, no vill ring "The Nightingale'e Serenade" (a new aong, written for this occasion, by Mr. Ducbemino), ''Meggle's Booret," &o. BIGNOR MARIO, Who will slng " Com 6 Gentll," " Good bye Sweetheart, " &o. MR * P A TE Subscribers-only content

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    was awarded thecomplimentof an enorwe The Weber-quartett, which concAlded te-firztpart of the concert, devolved'en Mdlle. Titiene, Ddlle. Grossi, Bignor Gardou, and Bignor Bsal, by whomn, it Is needless b to ay, It was -unexceptionably sung. 13aving the subati. tution of Subscribers-only content

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    believed that he would be present at the reception of the diplomatic corps at the Vatican on New Year's Day. Bignor Ratazzi has obtained permission to visit Viterbo, on business connected with his family affairs. RUSSIA. ST. PETERSBURGH, DzoEBIBER 27. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and public instruction. He will make his fianolan l atetent on the 20th January, at the request of General Menabrea. Bignor CostW consented to postpono hig interpellation spon the condition of the army until after the discussion of the Bidgoet Subscribers-only content

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    ourcatton, ISIDIBINGHADI D DID ELEOL LSS SCHOOL, PREDR RWE STREET, NF WHALL HLLL. N O T I C E V B £E ERECTION of the NEW SCHOOL ROOM baviug been couoaidtrbly DE-LAYED by, the inolemrnen of the weather. it Subscribers-only content

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    have beenoeaslly suppressed. ITALY. FLORENCE, MArcsr 14 (Evening). In the-Chamber of Deputies to-day, the order of the day proposed -by Bignor Crispi on Thursday, for defining the debate upon the grinding tax, was rejeted by 243 votes against 103, The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHARLES LAURIE, JOHN LAURIE, MADAME LAURIE, If THE SUCCESSFUL BALLET OF TIIE FIRE FIEND. FDWIGHT'S MARYLAND MINSTRELS, Seven in number. BIGNOR PEDANTO. ThtE WONDROUS CEILING WALKER. MDLLE. CERITO TRANSFORMATION DANCER, AND LirTLE MUDLLE. ROSA. Mr. and Mr. FRED. LEE, Comic Subscribers-only content

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    HUNDRED AND FIFTY AETISElt. The whole of this Magnificent Spectacle hae been produced under the entire e rin- tndence of' Bignor GUAREINO and Mr. EDWIN DAY. Return of MIss CLARA PBELPS. theeharmIng Serio-oomicVocallst, In vdditiou to a powerful and Talented Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TREATRE ROYAL BIRMINGHAM. JT. Under the Management of Ir. SL H. SIMPSON. ENOEIIOQUS SUCCESS OF THE GRAND CHRISTMAS COMIC PANTOMIME, ENTITLrD BL U E B E A R D," WITH MR. THOEMPSON'S MAGNIFICENT SCENERY. MORNING PERFORmANCE EVERY THURSDAY. BLUE Subscribers-only content

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    MTHEATRE ROYAL, IN~~ A'1 Under the Managemen of Mr. .d.SM ON TEE UOST MAGNIFICENT PANTOMIME EVER PRY.- SENTED AT THIS THEATRE. GRAND PROCESSIO.N, with the Wonderful Elephant. Getriches. N lpger Minstrels, Guards. &O. Supported by a first-class Company a! Subscribers-only content

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    E&Xl1DOI, Mr.H. STEVIENS, Mr. J. LUVEOu, Mr. POWSALT4 and COUPS DR BALLET. The whole produce under the entire DIrection of BIGNOR OUARR.INO ard Mr. EDWIN D&Y. entUinued SncCess of the Now Seleetlen from Oifenhbach'e OOml3 ODrMa entitled, "MONS. AND MADAME Subscribers-only content

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    OBPI41l OPTN from Eleoen untfi Three o'lock l'nnwrrAL AnvTzaTE Wm=nn TITXIngw hIGNoR BXN&LOIN 39imBic. 80ALOHL MrS W. MORf&N. IffLma. BAUM2EISTER, BIGNOR VANOWIL&J IMDLLU MADIGAN. hOIONR Cl&amL MKLLE. LItON VUVAL, SIGNOR O4RAVOnLIk MIDerL TBREBELLI BIETT'NiI. I uoNo IOAS&BONI EM DLL. nAA Subscribers-only content

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