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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y RHYFEL YN Y SOUDANI Mae cynlpum y rhyfelgoyrch yn y S&udan we i ei newid gryn lawer yn ystol y dyddian diweddaf. Er deall gwir ystyr y gymiudiadau diweddaf, mae yn angearheidiol myned yn ol at ymdaith feiddgar Subscribers-only content

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    Madras Armny, to Mrs R. Wawnr, widow of the late Lieutenant Waters, Qna -the. nth ult. at Kepnpsey, Lieutenant Phase Bracken, of the Bengal enittlallabet, to .ainoAnt, daughter of Colonel Lud. Grant, of BaUn Hbnuse, eOn the gist talt at Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, March 14. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. 3. James, late of Meeting-house court, Old Jewry, merchant. BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. G. P. Lethbridge, Portsea, Hampshire, linen draper. J. Calvert, Liverpool, flag merchant. 20 BANKRUPTS. D). Gover, Marquis court, Drury Subscribers-only content

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    where they were safely lodged in the police barracks, while their escort proceeded to rouse Mr Bracken, sub-inspector of police for this district. Mr Bracken had the prisoners taken to his house, where they had tea, and washed and shaved. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MA., Rtobert, son of Major Domra, late of 2.21. l5th Royal Irishi, in 'Mary Rtebecca, daughter of the late Thornas Bracken, Fogq, of Belcliramp, St PI l's, Fssex-Orn tile dlst irltr., ao Dauntsey, M1ajor Swyny, 63rd Rgaeetit, to Bertha, second Subscribers-only content

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    Mr E. R. Clark's Punch-box (F. Marson); Sir T. Burke's Grey Plover (J. Osborne); Mr Clarkson's Neville (Bartholomew); Mr Newland's Bracken (J. Holmes): Mr Shepherdson's New Warrior (Ashmall); Mr Gregory's Papageno (Yates); Mr Morris's Knight of St George (Basham); Lord Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    injuries he WvB inflicting were likely to cause death. The jury, after an hour's absence, found Jarnes Bracken Guilty of manslaughter, and Andrew Bracken Guilty of wilful murder, but with a strong recommendation to mercy. The scene that now ensued Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MUISTER AGRICUETURAL SHOW. Thle Annual alhow, held under the auspices of thoe -Leicesterslsire Agricultural Society, was opened yestearday Contheoracecouirso at Loicester. According to the eatalogue in1 -the number of entries vas 931, including 20 -in all exhibi- en -tion Subscribers-only content

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    theskrobbery the prisoner and two other men not in die I custody, went to the house of a woman named Bracken, tlo and induecd her to pawn the stolen coats. The prisoner it w eeas apprehended early that morning by Subscribers-only content

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    Birodie's President, 6 yrs, Ott 131b....... ~'Oble 2 aes Mr. Martin's Aberfoyle, 3 yrs, Ott SIlb.... Tomlinson 3 CB of Bracken (J. Woodburn), Rose of Clifton lRian)sl Tsio, 2ib ; (Tisoroton), Turnbout (Platt), Soplisoisba (F. Blarrett, ,,l ~se.Mettle lilly (Ridley) Subscribers-only content

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    personal character. rroos Edgbaston.-358, Mdoseley Read. e7035 - 6 NOOKS, Parlourniaids, Houoemsaiuds, Nurses, Generals Wanted, '5.. for good Situations.-Apply, bties Bracken. 26, Windsor Street, Leamiogtoos. 0'156 .CONand onaaaidRequired for small quiet family ; fnowseo.. £14 L.. £C12.-Hasd's Registry, 2, New'hall Subscribers-only content

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    While Nun, Luminary, Colon colt, Radius, Camopanile, Cos-mellte, John Jones, Penguin, Acrostic, F~loreisce, North Wind colt, Whitelock, Departure's dam colt, Bracken, Queen's Colour, Hauteur, Sea. weed, Stockholm, Serge, Altiddlethcorpe, Lucerne, Prodigal, Aladdin, Louis d'Or, Wythara, Brag, Golden Ray, Golden Light, Subscribers-only content

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    Marian colt 35 12 Kinsky.. .3 7 6 Magot30 uiltierl.c3 517 Royal Angus... 7 3 North Riding.- -. 32 51 Bracken 7 2I Crran-Bloo .. 3 6 7 ACCEPTANCES FOR Sweetbread Geheimniss . Prism Thcbais Clairvaux Florence St. Gatien Tonans.. Subscribers-only content

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    Adelaidte, Brmsve, Amalfi, Royal Fern, Sweetbread, Goggles, y Beauchamp, Sailor Prince, Eaistern Emperor, Xcma, Grecian C Boost, Ben More, and Bracken. lit. Mceolerge lthen tookc them Y_ In Il and, and liners serer a couple of brealkeaway, inl which triic Subscribers-only content

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    lingh, hlolssicurds Paris, 1.eafield, lo~irpab, Lsco Vlrloe, Lac r Lasdy Jane. Royal Ease, Biutte Mlortes, Scholastic, ltossebs-anels hCC c Oedorhx, Bracken, Gaiety, Zigzag, Eciso, Valjcan, Malivern, Ba Loeyr el, a bcs._______ sic SCiRATCH INGS. roc CsEsTxRnFs's. Cus.-Cochr Robin. PiE DsDEtns Subscribers-only content

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    cacti egol Corrireflle and Pennl Powrier, 100 to finetst Prior Rusts, 141to1 npnt Eastern Em- peror, 100 to 6 aspt Bracken, end 20 to I agat Corusra.-Toast. I m. aster won first away, but seas alnnost inmmrediately pulled hack, ,aned Subscribers-only content

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    Glengyle, Aromatic. Preferment, Plompey, Pepper ano 0Salt, Ladybird, Ben Alder, Irony, Canipphceo, Caorlnna, Stratli- 0 blanc, Conatance, I Shant, Dunbridge, Bracken, Old Gold, ,e Forest Qnnsn, Fabiola, Insignia. lird of Freedom, Pelerine, Mfarie Galante filly, Alexandria. Dut DAne Glergairden, l'etlar Subscribers-only content

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    favoutisrtalsn F souede a hold bid for victory, and only just, failed to -give the 10 141b, to Oriental Girl. Bracken won the De Trafford Handicap, le hut did his party no good, seeing that be. we., scarcely s id Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fern, the s Brittle Bladder Fern, the Mountain Bladder Fern, the Sea l r Spleenwort (upper and under side), the Bracken, Mobn- I wort, Adderstongue, and Little Adderstongue. It would e be difficult to excel the delicate fidelity of these Subscribers-only content

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    comfortable situation, JLI Wages £16. ; Family threa.-Apply, Central Registry, 90, Hew Street, HOUSFMAID)Wanted, immediately.-Apply, persnaly, before Hsin o'clock, The Bracken. Augustus Road, Edgaetun. eS~lI Ef SE .M-Wanted. active Girl. Good charaoter. No wash-. -LI ng.Age ver20-176,_Ifasley Roadt. c3773 1j~OLTSRMAID Subscribers-only content

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