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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn a i 11ghanol hyflel y Spanish .Successzon, ac emllodd y o r- 4uc fliddugOlibethau nodedigyn nirwydrau gwaed- w lyd Blenheim, Ramilies, Ouuenarde, a Mal~phaqiet.- c: y ihai a' godasant y wlad hon i'r radd flacuat V P ymhlith galluoedd. Subscribers-only content

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    a thri Ilf-geid ganddo. Mae casgliad y Duc o Marlborough o lyfrsu, y rhai a adnabyddid wrth yr enw Llvfrgell Blenheim, i fyned o dan forthwyl yr arweithydd, xbha yn Rhagfyr, a rhan yn Ebril. Cynwysa ngain mU o gyfrolau, Subscribers-only content

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    foneddigion Indiaidd yn . rhoddi symian mawrion i'r en amean mewn lleoedd eraill. Mae y pediwav darian enwocaf yn nghaegliad: Blenheim wedi ea gwerthu, yr Aesidei Madonna,' Rsphsel, am 70,000p., a Oharles I, gan Vandyck, am 17,OOOp.-y ddau.i'r Criel Genhtdlaetbol. Subscribers-only content

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    y sefydiiad. Cyfeiriwyd wythnos nen ddwy yn: o at werthiant a darlun Van Dyck o Charles I., o gasgliad y Blenheim. y Palaee, am 17,000p., ir National, Gallery. Nid an. nyddorol ychwanegn i'r darlun, yr hwa a dynwyd i'r C Subscribers-only content

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    i'r gwvaiji, Erfyniaf am eich maddeuant am g ery d i lyny gymnaint o le.-Ydwyf, yr eiddech yn ddiffant 41, Blenheim Crescent, yNefynZ. Notting Hill, London, V. ORYDD Mawrth 7fed, 1894. GAIR AT Y PARCH. DR. EDWARDS, Y BALA. At Subscribers-only content

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    pwysig y Meistr, "Ty wedi yn. ranu ya ei herbyn ei hun, ni saif." Ydvayf, yr eiddoch yn ddiffnant, 41, Blenheim Crescent, IYNO!1YDIJ. Llundain, W. PWYLLGOR Y LLYFR TONAU. At Ofygydd y Golecad. Syr,-Mid ydwyf hollol sicr a wnay pwyllgor Subscribers-only content

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    pretliet, eill not be this youing G~nIejnteaj)'s for- tnime. Ct!r King's Bench Hero. too, diTers with tile Con- clieor at Blenheim in tins-that whereas the Victorious tghtter's pracliee Was to hring Lhis enemnies at once to close iartpis, whihe, onl Subscribers-only content

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    to the Duke, that on being told that thle Duke stated that he directed bim to bring the plate from Blenheim for the purpose of having tile arms etugraved on it, lie positively de- tied thle tiUth of Savch staternent,' Subscribers-only content

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    ..~IMP EBIAL PARLIAMENT. - OUSE OF JLORDS. Thursiny, M11arch 24.- Lj ,TH NKS; TQ L V(LD vELLUTGTON. Earl BAiTEIUHSi rese, to miume the thanks of 'the hbouse lo the Ma-4rqis of Vell1iigtun. for thevsictory of Orthes. The halttie was Subscribers-only content

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    tnle Nlailhdotough family prweeeied lihem to do. the hlntoolirs 1f ,le' leim.-Tibe Emperor andd his parts, returned at I've f`ran Blenheim, and then left Oofoi3 feef Loadno. *The Etmperor arrd the Gratd Daclreis did not rearht town tilt bet-A en Subscribers-only content

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    bh his \Vilis hi widow and throe otfhirpyersons exe- cutors anod tardians of his children, aed that'the parties resided it Blenheim, in the countiy of Bedird.-Th&OvidencC produced in the cause went to pove, that the mothier of the jineor highly Subscribers-only content

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    stitlC. which'Mr. SouTtyr se'ems'ambitos of sba~rin'ivitb him in his late defiances e'the ridtidule hieore cast on war ed a iedattie.O Blenheim, and in his indfination atRoN AARPTE'S net having been put to death 'by the -atiosttb whom h- had surrendered Subscribers-only content

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    clever fellow, made a sletch of one of the h*eid j Collegian's faces, one who lid sitnmmoned couriogeto look the Blenheim picture in the Face, while marking R Cats- logneraisonn'ee: we give it to our r eaders, and Uoep they Subscribers-only content

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    the. Lay of the Laureate, 489.. On seeing an old lady Lurse au infant, 5221 Poetry.-Ode on the battle of Blenheim, by Southey, p. 76.. Epitaph by W. Gilford; Esq. 12.-. Greece, from Lord Byron. 140.. Ode; written on a Subscribers-only content

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    first umaguitude, and was savagely and unjustly devoted to death, by those very people who can eulogize the Victor at Blenheim as a truly " great" chara ter. Now hear what Mr. Evelyn says of this Hero, whs l noticing Subscribers-only content

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    was necessary that a Lieutenant-General should supply his place. The great Marlborough, while Master-Gene- ral, had achieved the victory of Blenheim, and the Ilouse wonld not think that the Duke of Wellington, whose tratisceudant talents had ac- quired for hint Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Heaphy, St. John's Wood Road; Mr. Holland, 23, Nesman- strcet; Mr. Clover, 61, Montage-square; or to the Secretary, 19, Blenheim strect, Creat larlborough-street. * 5 Works of Art, in the various departments of Painting, Sculpture, ATchi- Icc4, and Engraving, Subscribers-only content

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    AcE POLITICAL EXAMINER. I party is the Madness of many for the gain of a few.-PoPE. ygI&L OF THE PUPLNISHIER OF THE I" VISION OF JUDGMIET." PI 5T despicable crew, the Mock-Constitutional Association, have toned is triumph which reflects Subscribers-only content

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    Castle-The Royal Gallery at Hampton Court-The Gallery at Cleveland House-Lord E-remon'ts Gallery at Petworth-The late Fouthill Gallery-The Titian Gallery at Blenheim The Gal- lay at Knole Park-The Dulwich Gallery-Mr. Mathews's Theatrical Gallery. N.B. For the convenience of visitors to the Subscribers-only content

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    of contract. The plaintiff had prurchased of the defendapt, for l,5001., the good- will of a pnbli- houne called the Blenheim Arms, in St Luke's, Chelsea, upon condition that the dafendoant should not open any other-1hcuse within a mile of Subscribers-only content

 

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