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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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    the Cape of Good Hope for Singapore, with the Melvilte, Blonde, and Modeste, towards the latter end of April. The Blenheim had not yet reached there from England (April 30), but was to proceed directly to the general rendezvous of Subscribers-only content

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    this occasion-viz., her Majesty's ship Mel- ville, 74, bearing the Admiral's flag; the Wellesley, 74, bearing the Commodore's flag, the Blenheim, 74 ; the Blonde, 46; the Druid, 44 ; the Alligator, 28; the Vo- lage, 26; the Conway, 26 Subscribers-only content

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    were blown up by their own crews, and the rest escaped into the inner waters, Next morning her Majesty's ship Blenheim began to throw shells into the batteries at Wantoog, and was preparing to attack the chief fort of Anunghoy, Subscribers-only content

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    loss; 1,360 Chinese surrendered. The Annghoy batteries had 'now been-sileniced by the beautiful precidion with which the fire of the Blenheim, Melville, and Queen had been directed; and perceiving that the enemy were shaken, Sir Le Fleming Senhouse, at the 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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    last Atno- r19,war he was; actively ep d.Thu, deceaced reaptain Was appointed to the command oj her Majesty's 0hip thre Blenheim,. 72,i 1839, sin~ce which be has teen employed mthe Chilia seas. (On the 31st of July, ait Sulauri, Mr Subscribers-only content

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    Mate, H.M.S. Blenheim, to be Lieut.; G. Walker, Mate, H.M.S. Blonde, to be Lieut.; W. R. Rolland, Mate, H.M S. Blonde, to be LDeat.; A. C. C. Denny, Mate, H.M.S. Blenheim,tobe Lieut.; W. H. Synons, Mate, H.M.S. Blenheim, to be Subscribers-only content

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    were observed accidentally viewing at the same time the smouldering embers of the trophies from the two great fields of Blenheim and Waterloo. On Wednesday the Duke of Wellington visited the Tower, but in so private a manner that he 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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    Queen.-Henry Pottinger, her Ma- jesty's Plenipotentiary. I' Dated this 3]st day of August, 1841, on board her Ma- jesty's ship Blenheim, in Amoy harbour." From various accounts we glean the following particu- lars of the movements of the force :-The Subscribers-only content

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    place at one of the river batteries, within Fl s ort distance, by which I regret one man of the Blenheim was killed there is strong suspicion that it uas caused bv a mine intentionally sprung. By official Chinese documents Subscribers-only content

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    George Peach, who came to Birmingham in search of work, were bitten by a small Blenheim spaniel, which they picked up in the street. The wounds immediately healing were taken no notice of; and no serious effects were observable till Subscribers-only content

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    fleet, attacked the Volage, Hyacinth, and Larne, off Lantao. He was buried with military ihonours, Sir Fleming firing from the Blenheim, minute guns, corresponding in number to the old man's probable age. Another mandarin of high rank was also killed Subscribers-only content

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    WnILLIAM HAZLITT, WithCatalogu ofthe Pictures in the following Colltiios. National Gallery, Hampton Court, Windsor Castle, Dulitich,Geo.ee.nt Wilton, Stourhead, Longford, Burleigh. Blenheim, and Bodleian, 0loferd An invaluable work: his criticisms on art ate admirable, such as no other man could write.-Tait's Subscribers-only content

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    opening sketches of this volume, on the picture galleries of Angerstein, Dulwich, Stafford, Windsor, Hampton, Grosvenor, Wilton, Burleigh, Oxford, and Blenheim, are composi- tions as charming as those of the best paintings they celebrate, and throw a light upon them 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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    even agonY to patience. A London alley might produce a more glorify- ing heraldry-if emotions could be quartered-than Poictiers or Blenheim. How many a man, whose only historyi written in a baptismal register and undertaker's accouat, has conquered suffering, stronger Subscribers-only content

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    ensign were acted upon by the Hero of Waterloo. ANECDOTE OF THE DunE OF MARLBoaouGH.-One day, after the battle of Blenheim, the Duke met a soldier, who touched his liat, but said nothing.. Marlborough pas- sed on; but the honest Subscribers-only content

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    officers and men employed in the fol- owsing ships of the Royal navy will be entitled to share -Mthie Algerine, Blenheim, Blonde, Calliope, Columbine, 'Conway, Cruiser, Druid, Herald) Hyacinth, Larne, MeLville . Modeste, Nimrod, Pylades, Sansarang, Volage, sand Wellesley. The Subscribers-only content

 

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