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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Freebairn, Portbury, and Mitchell,-frorn designs by SirThos. Lawrence, and Messrs Stephanoff, Stothard, Chalon, Turner, DeVeria, Wilkie, Corbould, Leslie, Prout, Cooper, Bonnington, and Smirke.-Lady Gcorgiaona .4gar Ellis is a portrait, engraved by Mr C, Heath, in imitation of the pencil drawing Subscribers-only content

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    Wallis io. Portrait of Mtiss Croker - - Sir T. Lawrence Thompson II. Don Quixote in his Library - - Bonnington Sangoter 12. The Chevalier de Lauzac and Madame de Montpensier . - E. Deveria Bacon 13. Thb Tuilleries, and Subscribers-only content

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    THE EXAMINER. LONDON, MARCH 25,1832. There have been some disturbances at Grenoble, apparently not premeditated, but arising from a carnival frolic which took a poli- tical turn. All is now quiet. An important point has been carried in favour Subscribers-only content

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    work has recently appeared, containitig the lives of Jameson, Ramsay. R1omney, Runsciusan, Copley, Mortimer, Raeburnh , Hoppner, Owsen, Harlow, and Bonnington. That of Romney occupies the largest space, as it should do: it is among the most interesting that has Subscribers-only content

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    SATURDAY NIGHT. Mr O'Connell has requested that his claims may not obstruct any arrangement; he is ready to yield to prejudice for the good of the public cause; but however becoming in him it may be so to yield, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Forbes and Elizabeth MAsore, the Baron and ltaroness de Roebuck, &t.. Tire happy pair set off after the ceremonry for Bonnington, Falls of Clve. Os the 5th instant, at (;reat Witchinglrani church, the ion. Henry Manners Sutton, secotid son of Subscribers-only content

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    the present volume. The illustra- tions are for the most part poor in design and weak in execution. "Juliana," after Bonnington, is, per- haps, one of the best - albeit the flesh is somewhat smutty. " The Confession" is unworthv Subscribers-only content

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    shortly afterwards expired. In consequence of the continued misconduct of persons visiting the Falls of the Clyde, the grounds of Bonnington have been closed to the public for the remainder of the season. It is a pity, says the ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    guineas; "The Highland Toilet," by Sir David Wilkie, 540 guineas; "A Landscape," by Nasmyth, 400 guineas; ' Coast Scenery," by Bonnington, 220 guineas; " Dead Gamne," by Landseer, was purchased by Mr Graves for 1,200 guineas; The Tower of the Subscribers-only content

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    Dowgate hill, and part used as a billiard room. 27.-A fatal accident occurs at the sugar refinery now building at Bonnington, between Edinburgh and Leith. The building suddenly falls, burying several workmen under the rains, some of whom are taken Subscribers-only content

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    THE "OLD MASTERS" EXHIBITION. (Concluding Notice.) Although the exhibition comprises a considerable propor, tion of English pictures, as it ought to do, comparatively few English masters of oil painting are anything like adequately represented. This department of the collection Subscribers-only content

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    It will suffice to mention that there are figure studies of F. Walker, Wilkie, Landseer, Blake, J. F' Miller, Delacroix, Bonnington, and others, besides many remarkable landscapes that we have had reluc- tantly to pass over. RALPH NICHOLSON WORNUM. On Subscribers-only content

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    PAINTINGS BY F. ;. Sla£MS, and other Works by / Geo. AiRman, R.S.A, . J Lewis James Hardy 1{. .1 Bonnington W. Olieer .J. D. Rarelirsg James Peel B', Hivkunan Thomas Baker . . O imrnes James iricoe C. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    el "I have been reported. e At Leith, the storm continued till about four o'clock. C *t The roof of Bonnington sugar refinery was struck by d y lightning, which also entered the police station at New- ti haven, ignited Subscribers-only content

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    ns Saxon agat Mr. Wilkinson us British Ensign Mr. Stcphenson as Laura Villiers agst Mr. Dodd us Powtross Mr. Young's Bonnington agst Mr. Heddon's Hospitality Air. P!ox's Bab-at-the-Bowster agst Mr. Emerson's Ex-Judge r ir. Stark ns Master Fred agst Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    the coursing judge, met with a serious accident at the Burn- ton meeting yesterday afternoon. While judging the course between Bonnington Maid and Furnessia, and ~alloringaLongide a rugged stone wall on the Almond all Fam, his horse slipped and be Subscribers-only content

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    TIHE INTERNATIO 'AL EXHIBITION. THE PICTURE GALLERIES. No. II. Continuing our notice of the great room, we come upon a series of what may be calledthe English " old masters"- men who saw Nature only through classical models, who Subscribers-only content

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    7 G Wansbeck "3 Wombat . 4 7 1 Liberality ' t Bara Avis.. 6 7 6 Gilelll , 3 Bonnington, late rot Pourri ' ; Zacharialh Taft 4 7 2 HORSES STRUCK OUT OF THEIP ENGE:GAGF.MpNT Aug. 5, at Subscribers-only content

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    12I Grace Cassidy 5 11 7 The Miller 51 12 7 Deception 5 11 4 'Aubone .. a 12 5IS 'Bonnington (h b) 4 11 *Antiquary a 12 5 Jeddart Justice 4 11 0 ' E~ile duNord 5 12 4 Subscribers-only content

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    NEWMAREET CRAVEN MEETING. VESTERDAY. The Pourme NEWMARKET E IBEiCIAL STAKES of 10 SOVe earls, with 100 added, for fonr-year-olds; colts 8st 11b, fillies Sot 3ib; penalties and allowances ; the second to receive a sam equal to 10 per Subscribers-only content

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