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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dwelling; and we' truist we shall not in future find the magnificent Castle of Aluwvick rated at 2001. per' annutm, Blenheim at 3001., Stowe at 3001., or Appuldercumb (the seat of Lord Yarborough in this island and one of the Subscribers-only content

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    considered by architects as a perfect specimen of grand and beautiful proportion, and has been copied at Chatsworth and at Blenheim. It must have been in this old hall, and not in the present edifice, that Mary Stuart resided during Subscribers-only content

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    next seseion le should move the appointment of a committee to inquire into the system of education in Scotland. The Blenheim palace bill, the church temporalities (Ireland) bill, the Poddle river (Dublin) bill, the rating of stock in trade bill, Subscribers-only content

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    walls of the Faubourg St Antoine on Sunday night. - Nothing has been heard of the two officers of the Blenheim, who were reported some time ago to have been captured by the Chinese ; and it seems but too Subscribers-only content

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    pattern. Upren a tablet, placed between two guns, was the loflowing :-" The kettle-drums in this trophy were taken at Blenheim, on thie 2od of Augurst, 1704, by the British troops under the cono- mand of John Duke of Marlborrough. Subscribers-only content

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    current report all through Oxfordshire, that no less than seventy-three tenants have given naotices to quit their farms under the Blenheim estates !-Mark Lane Express. - An Admiralty order has been issued for the release of the Windsor Castle Indiaman, Subscribers-only content

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    notices of the bat- tles; and as we have mentioned Blenheim and Ramniies, let us see with what a quiet, noble mo- desty, they are mentioned by Marlborough. This, concerning Blenheim, is from a letter to Secretary Hedges. is We Subscribers-only content

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    house that has absorbedi more of the public mosey than lany other subject in England. I vio not speak of Blenheim or MI ariborough house ; they were earned by tho nsilitarv exploits of my ancestor, as Strathlield-aye and Apsley Subscribers-only content

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    ... 620 . - ... 2212 ' ogue, Captain Ramsay ... ... .. 60 ... 500 ... 450 ... 1750 Blenheim, Captain the Hon. F. T. Pelham ... 60 ... 700 ... 450 ... 1747 Ajax, Captain Warden ... ... Subscribers-only content

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    at St Martin's Hall, Long Acre, y dr bale's Library, Circus road, St Johb's Wood, anud at Mrs lekermaa's, 6 Blenheim terr.ce, were Plans of the Stalls may o be en. MAN AND HIS HABITS. 2 )AILY, at Three and Subscribers-only content

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    was her maiden name, was the great granddaughter of a French refugee officer, killed under Marlborough at the battle of Blenheim, and granddaughter, by his only son, of Chenevix, Bishop of Waterford, the friend and correspondent of Chesterfield. Before completing Subscribers-only content

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    soldiers in the Peninsula and at Waterloo differed in no essential particular from those with which their ancestors fought at Blenheim and Rtamilies; and the substitution of the pereussion-cap for a hint-lock took place at a still later period. Xilltary Subscribers-only content

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    which a scene of carnage and of death must inflict. If a man had been present at the battle of Blenheim, for instance, and had inquired the motive of the battle, there was not a soldier engaged who could not Subscribers-only content

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    S. A. D. I. 9. Grace's Fortune. With an Illustration. Chap. V.-Stephen Summers. VL-A aod Business. VI- - Drive to Blenheim. VIIT.-Penitence and Reconciliation. , X.-Goody Fletcher. A X-Sir Ralph's Obstinacy. 10. A rrater in thd Moon. By J. Birmingham. Subscribers-only content

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    lnitebens: garden. £-40. c07574 tl 1IOSELRYI (opposite Cherch.-rlxccliget aceen-roonuest Houms,~ Jtnegr raolwry station. 1tent fl24.-Apply, Wilklnson, Fruel. jSELMY. -Blenhelim Gate, Blenheim Food, drawlv ist dl liebdrooliss, box room, see., two kitchfen;, gZ-' Parxs- lag adn;soft anad. town water. Rent 05-SI. Subscribers-only content

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    'Talbot, Edr'bHtoU eSldt £11.; ereet. nr cS06 A : NRS~t of~ldlY lratn endteol llni an Ilnvalid Lad Y-g~y RMen Valertine, Blenheim a illa; Ble R rY 8 AGE-WautedL Sitoatron Ungderaadds . witaitina. Two yena rs . rchadoter. Aee Ranes Bredout Subscribers-only content

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    -CS936 TE Tlad (Monthly) Want entire Charge of a Bablyeight at NuRsouths old, and to 6"it`,odMu`pon an InvalidLady.-Apply. Mrs, Valentine, Blenheim Vida, Blenbeim Road. ? ?OwICY- O?S548 ng; for a whobastee under a NLrRnotro-b0jIeIe`ted' to-tvToppellrildfreon; 6 on 7. 170, Bristol Subscribers-only content

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    Road21. c5277 id1 (' ENERAL Servant, Wanted, weithi good character, not unodesr 18.- Z, k Apply, Mins. Barclay, Bllenheimn Gate, Blenheim Rood, M0aeley. 57 as G SIN(16RAow]ne, cl.eanly, fond of clhildrenp-3,11oly"Villas. as ~Jl~ h~sIa Road, (iaveley Iill, near Albert Ronmd. Subscribers-only content

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    ..tlare bed rooms; two gardens, Rent £12. c5lOS b MOSEEY.-illsReeidence; fopr bed ronome anod sIreecleg ram-Apply, on Premiees, Summnerfield Villas, Blenheim. 21sd c5734 l/OSELIIY (nltr rail and 'bus) ; lofty reeeption rooms, five- LI chambers, kitehen, cellars, Pump, Yard ;two Subscribers-only content

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    three bed rooms; two gardens. Rent £1.s55 MIOS2LEY.-Ailla Residence; four lied rooms and droswisg ]I room.-Apply, on Premises, Snummerfield Vitlas, 'Blenheim Bead. 06~~~~~~~~~~~~e734 0811 IOY (near rail and 'bus) ; lofty reception rooms, five .V ...,chambers, kitchen, cellars pump, yardl Subscribers-only content

 

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